J. Pink Walker weds Miss Emma Stipe

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 12, 1889, page 8
 
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Married.

On Thursday afternoon last at the residence of Mr. F. Randolph Walker, near Cass Station, Mr. J. Pink Walker and Miss Emma Stipe were married, Rev. J. W. Stipe performing the ceremony. Miss Stipe is the daughter of Rev. J. W. Stipe, who was pastor of the Kingston circuit several years ago. She has quite a number of acquaintances and friends in the county, all who know her to be a young lady possessing many admirable qualities and worthy of the love and esteem of the one who has been so fortunate as to win her. Mr. Walker is well known in the county. He is one of the foremost farmers of his section and is a young man of excellent character and sterling worth. Their many friends wish for them a long, happy and successful journey through life.

 

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