Miss Irene Tumlin and Mr. James Swann Harris

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
September 12, 1895, Page 1
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Marriage in LaGrange.

The Atlanta Journal of Friday the 6 th, inst., has the following notice of the marriage of a young lady well known in this section and who has a large circle of friends and relatives in this city.

The marriage of Miss Irene Tumlin, of LaGrange, and Mr. James Swann Harris, of Carrollton, occurred Thursday morning at the home of the bride on College avenue. The ceremony was performed by the bride’s father, and was most appropriate and impressive. The bride is the second daughter of Rev. G. S. Tumlin, and is a highly accomplished and attractive young lady, while the groom is a son of Hon. James Swann Harris, of Carrollton, and is popular, energetic and wealthy. The happy couple left on the 9:30 train for Atlanta, where they will spend a few days, from thence they will visit points of interest. They will make their home for the present in Carrollton, the residence of the groom’s parents.

The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. E. M. Gilreath, of this city.


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