Mr. C. H. Whitehead and Miss Olive Lukens

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
September 24, 1896, Page 1
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Married in Atlanta

Mr. C. H. Whitehead and Miss Olive Lukens were married in Atlanta last Thursday evening and came up to this city on the Rome Express.

The ceremony was performed at the home of Dr. Lukens, at West End, by Rev. J. B. Robins, and was a very quiet affair, only relatives and a few friends being present.

Mr. Whitehead is a Cartersville boy, but for several years has been connected with the Western and Atlantic railroad, and has made his home in Atlanta, and his bride is a most interesting young lady and is a native of Ohio, but was adopted by Dr. Lukens and has made her home in Atlanta for several years.

Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead came up as stated and remained until Monday evening, the guests of Mrs. Shelby Attaway and Miss Eula Whitehead, when they returned to Atlanta.



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