Thomas P. Trammell weds Miss Rosa Crawford

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
September 8, 1887, page 3
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Trammell and Crawford.

Mr. Thomas P. Trammell, was united in marriage to Miss Rosa Crawford, at the residence of her father, Col. Robt. A. Crawford, in Atlanta, on last Thursday afternoon, Rev. W. A. Dodge, officiating.  No cards were issued, only the immediate family of the bride being present.  The groom is one of the most energetic and promising young farmers in the county. Tom is known and esteemed by everybody in the community, and is as popular as he is clever and whole-souled.  His friends congratulate him on his good luck and admirable taste.  The bride is well known to Cartersville society, and is a young lady of most charming traits.  Her disposition and gentle manners made her a universal favorite. The joyous pair are now happily settled in their pleasant country home.  The Courant American extends to them its heartiest good wishes.


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