N. A. Grady weds Miss Annie Veach

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
October 22, 1891, page 5
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A Happy Marriage.

There was a quiet wedding at the home of Col. J. M. Veach, at Adairsville, Tuesday night, and Georgia thereby loses one of her fairest and most popular daughters. Mr. N. A. Grady, of Nevada, Mo., and Miss Annie Veach, of Adairsville, were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock, Rev. M. A. Matthews, of Calhoun, performing the ceremony.

It was a quiet home wedding, only the immediate relatives of the family being present, and the young people left on the night train for the home of the groom in Missouri.

Miss Annie Veach is known to a wide circle of friends in Georgia, and is loved for her many admirable traits of character. Mr. Grady is a young attorney of Nevada, with great promise of a useful career in his chosen profession.

The Courant American joins the friends of the bride throughout this section in best wishes for a happy journey through life.


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