J. E. Patton weds Miss Liza Venable

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
August 15, 1889, page 8
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Cass Station.

On Thursday morning, at the residence of the bride’s father, near Cassville, Mr. J. E. Patton and Miss Liza Venable were married, Rev. Mr. Lowe performing the ceremony. Mr. Patton is a successful merchant of Lafayette, Ga., and is prominent among the business men of that place. His bride is one of Bartow’s sweetest young ladies, and by her many noble traits of character has endeared herself to a large circle of friends, whose best wishes for a long life of unalloyed happiness follow the happy pair. Mr. and Mrs. Patton left immediately after their marriage for a bridal tour of three or four weeks at the different summer resorts among the mountains of North Carolina, after which they will return to their home in LaFayette.


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