Mr. Thomas weds Miss Emma DeJournette

The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
November 21, 1872, Page 3
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Mr. Thomas, of Nashville, Tenn., who was on a visit to our city to be married to Miss Emma DeJournette, while on his way to celebrate the nuptials at the residence of Rev. J. T. Norris, in the suburbs of the city, at 8 o’clock on yesterday morning, the horses attached to the rockaway in which he was riding took fright and ran away, and in jumping from the vehicle Mr. T. was severely, though not seriously, hurt.  He, however, reached his destination in time, and the union was duly consummated by the Rev. J. T. Norris.   Owing to the injuries received by Mr. Thomas, the happy couple did not reach the train upon which they designed to embark, and are still in the city.  The rockaway was badly torn up and the horse smartly bruised, the driver escaped unhurt.


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