Miss Fannie Freeman and Mr. Casper G. Quillian

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
October 27, 1892, Page 1
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The pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Freeman at Rowland Springs was the scene of a happy marriage yesterday afternoon at two o’clock, which united their lovely daughter, Miss Fannie, and Mr. Casper G. Quillian, Rev. J. H. Mashburn, in his usual happy style, speaking the words which made them man and wife.

It was a quiet home wedding and none but relatives and a few special friends witnessed the interesting ceremony.

Miss Fannie is one of our most popular young ladies, and by her gifts of charm and intellect has won a host of friends in this the home of her childish days.

Mr. Quillian holds a leading position among our young business men, and has rapidly worked his way to the front rank, having recently become a partner in the firm of T. R. Jones & Co., agents for Georgia and Alabama of the Kentucky Life Insurance company.

Mr. and Mrs. Quillian left yesterday evening on the 4:40 train for Savannah and points in Florida, and on their return will make their home in Cartersville.


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