Dr. Lindsay Johnson weds M'lle Valentine Goulon

The Cartersville Courant
Cartersville, Georgia
October 21, 1886, page 3
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“Local Pointers.”

Dr. Lindsay Johnson was married last Thursday evening to M’lle Valentine Goulon, of New Orleans.  The ceremony took place at the residence of Mr. A. C. Williams, and was conducted by Rev. W. H. Cooper, pastor of the Baptist church.  The bride is a charming and prepossessing young lady of great culture, and is ardently admired in this community.  Dr. Johnson is a clever gentleman handsome and popular, and one of the first physicians in the section.


The Cartersville American
October 20, 1886, page 3


On last Thursday evening at the residence of A. C. Williams in this place, Dr. Lindsay Johnson was married to M’lle Valentine Goulon, of New Orleans, Rev. W. H. Cooper officiating.

The bride is a young lady of culture, possessing many noble and lovable traits of character, and withal a most charming disposition.  Since her stay in Cartersville she has won many friends by her uniform gentleness of manner.  The groom is one of the most prominent physicians in North Georgia and is universally popular.

No cards were issued – only a few friends of the contracting parties being present.



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