T. Emory Vaughan weds Miss Annie L. Collins

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 7, 1900, page 1
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Quiet Home Wedding.
Mr. T. E. Vaughan and Miss Annie Collins Will Marry Tonight.

A quiet home wedding will occur tonight at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Collins, when their daughter, Miss Annie L. Collins will be united in marriage to Mr. T. Emory Vaughan.

The ceremony will be performed by Rev. W. R. Branham at half-past eight o’clock after which refreshments will be served.  Only the near relatives and a few intimate friends are invited, and after receiving the congratulations of the guests they will go to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vaughan, where they will reside for a few days, until the house which is being prepared for them, opposite Mr. A. C. Williams, is made ready for their reception.

Miss Annie Collins is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Collins, and is a young lady of many charming traits of character, while Mr. Vaughan, is a steady and enterprising young merchant and a member of the firm of J. W. Vaughan & Co.

Both of these young people have many warm friends who wish them much happiness.


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