Mr. James Weems and Miss Nannie Woodruff

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
March 15, 1894, Page 1
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A Pretty Church Wedding [Piedmont Inquirer.]

The Methodist Episcopal church of this city was the scene of a pretty wedding last Sunday night, and although hardly any one knew that the event was to take place until about noon, the church was so crowded that it was impossible to seat all who wished to be present.

The contracting parties were Mr. James Weems, of Bartow county, Ga., and Miss Nannie Woodruff, of Oostanaula, Ga., sister of Mrs. A. E. Dickson, of this city.

Mr. Weems is an intelligent young man and well connected, his father having been one of the most prominent farmers of North Georgia. Mr. Weems has for some time had a good position with the East Tennessee railroad, and his prospects for a successful career in life are promising.

The fair bride is a lovely young lady, and while she has only been a resident of Piedmont since last June, she has won the love and esteem of the entire community.

After visiting their friends in Georgia, Mr. and Mrs., Weems will return to this city, and board with Mr. and Mrs. Dixon.


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