Mr. William A. Williams weds Miss Claude Van Epps

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
August 11, 1892., Page 1
 
Transcribed by:  2005
 

An Atlanta marriage.

On the 2d instant, in east Atlanta, at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Van Epps, Mr. William A. Williams, of this city, was married to Miss Claude Van Epps.

The marriage was a very quiet affair, only a few relatives and immediate friends being present. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. White, pastor of Edgewood M. E. church.

Immediately after the ceremony the couple took the train, bound for Fort Worth, Tex., which city they design making their future home.

The groom has many old friends in Cartersville who wish him and his charming companion unbounded happiness and prosperity.

Your correspondent has known Col. Waring and his interesting family for many years and I feel incompetent to speak of them as they deserve. I wish the happy pair a long and happy life and I feel that I am expressing the true sentiment of this entire community.

 

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