J. B. Johnson weds Miss Ida M. Carter

 
The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
March 23, 1886, page 3
 
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Married.

It was a happy union.  The contracting parties were Miss Ida M. Carter, of Cassville, to Mr. J. B. Johnson, of Calhoun.  The wedding took place at the residence of the brides brother-in-law, Mr. J. N. Vernon, on last Thursday.  Rev. Jas. S. Hilhouse, of Ringgold, officiating.

The bride is a young lady of many noble qualities, with both personal and mental attractions.  Though she has been a resident in our midst but a short time, she has won many friends and admirers.  The groom is a young man of high character and most successful in business.  The happy couple left immediately after the marriage for Calhoun, their future home.

 

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