Luke Ginn weds Miss Carrie F. Franklin

The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
October 16, 1879, Page 3
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Two Marriages Last Night.

Mr. LUKE GINN and Miss CARRIE F., daughter of Mr. A. M. FRANKLIN, of this city, were married last night.  Mr. CHARLIE HOWARD, son of the ordinary, and Miss BETTIE HANNON, were also married last night.  The matrimonial market is lively in these parts.  “There’s life in the old land yet.”


October 23, 1879
Page 3.


Married in this city, on Wednesday the 15th, at the residence of Mr. A. M. Franklin by Rev. E. P. Price, Mr. LUKE C. GINN to Miss CARRIE FRANKLIN, daughter of Mr. Franklin.
Also at the same time and place by Rev. T. E. Smith, Mr. CHARLES HOWARD and Miss HANNON.
Also, near Adairsville on the 9th inst., at the residence of the bride’s mother, by Rev. E. P. Price, Mr. JAS. M. SMITH, of Alabama, and Miss JOSIE TEEMS.



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