Thurston H. Bradley weds Miss Mamie Catherine McDonald

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 13, 1900, page 1
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December Marriage.
Mr. T. H. Bradley Will Wed Miss McDonald of Sumter.

The Americus Times Recorder has the following notice of a marriage in which Cartersville is interested:

Mr. and Mrs. John A. McDonald have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mamie Catherine McDonald, to Mr. Thurston Bradley, the wedding occurring on Wednesday, 26th at the home of the bride’s parents at The Plains.  This announcement will be received with pleasurable surprise by many here, as both the bride and groom-elect are well known.  Miss McDonald is a member of one of the most prominent families here.  She is a pretty blonde, a graduate of Wesleyan College and withal a cultured and charming young lady.  Mr. Bradley is a well know and successful young merchant of Cartersville, Ga., where he has large business interests.

[Announcement of the wedding is page 1, December 27, 1900 an additional article about the wedding can be found in the issue of January 3, 1901, page 1.]


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