J. Warren Tierce weds Miss Jolley Brown

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 27, 1900, page 2
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Sugar Hill.

Mr. J. Warren Tierce, of Sugar Hill, and Miss Jolley Brown, of Stamp Creek, were married Sunday.  It was quite a surprise to Mr. Tierce’s friends here, as all thought him proof against Cupid’s darts.  He is the popular mine superintendent of the Iron Belt Railroad Mining Co.  The bride is young, beautiful and possessed of many noble womanly traits.  Their friends extend congratulations and all kinds of good wishes for a bon voyage o’er the sea of life.


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