Miss Nell Crumbliss and Mr. George C. Stiles

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
February 25, 1897, Page 4
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“Matters Social and Otherwise.”

Crumbliss—Stiles.

A quiet but pretty home wedding occurred Monday afternoon at three o’clock at the residence of the bride’s father in Kingston, Tenn., when Miss Nell Crumbliss and Mr. George C. Stiles were united in marriage.

The attendants were: Miss Mamie Roberts, maid of honor; Miss Gillespie, and Mr. Henry Stiles, best man.

Mrs. Stiles is the daughter of Maj. Henry Crumbliss, one of the most prominent and wealthiest men in Kingston, and is a young lady endowed with unusual beauty and charms.

Mr. Stiles is one of our popular young men, and is connected with many of the wealthiest and aristocratic families in the state.

Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Stiles left for a short tour. They arrived Tuesday afternoon to be the guests of Mrs. Henry Stiles at Mabone for a few days after which they will go to Marietta, their future home.

 

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