Prof. J. Will Hawkins weds Miss Lollie Inghram

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
May 12, 1892, page 1
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Happily Mated.

At three o’clock yesterday evening, at the residence of Col. T. C. Milner, Prof. J. Will Hawkins, of Middlebourne, W. Va., and Miss Lollie Inghram, of this city, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, Rev. Edward Baily, of Euharlee, performing the interesting ceremony. Only the immediate family were present, and Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins left on the 4:40 train for Atlanta where they will spend several days with relatives, and returning to Cartersville will leave for the home of the groom in West Virginia next Tuesday.

Prof. Hawkins is principal of the school at Middlebourne and is a highly cultivated popular citizen of his own.

Miss Lollie Inghram is a most charming woman. Gentle, refined kind and one who will win friends wherever she goes. She cannot fail to make the man of her choice a noble wife.

The Courant American extends congratulations.


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