John L. Hunt weds Miss Estelle Johnson

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 11, 1891, page 8
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The lull in society’s domain has been changed recently by the introduction of cupids, who have been pleasing their vocation successfully. Last Wednesday evening while the nightingale piped its songs of gladness and all nature anew bowed to this occasion as the bright primrose morn of youth, Mr. Jno. L. Hunt, led to Hymen’s altar Miss Estelle Johnson, Rev. A. S. Tatum officiating. The marriage was a quiet one at the residence of the bride’s father, Mr. J. J. Johnson, near here. After the ceremony rounds of good wishes and congratulations were extended from a large number of both relatives and friends, who joined in a pleasant social gathering around the fireside. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt returned to the city where they will in the future reside. The groom is one of Adairsville’s staunch and chivalric sons, who numbers his friends by the score, being the junior partner of the dry goods house of Hilburn & Hunt. The bride is one of our most estimable ladies whose friends are autographed in large numbers. The Courant American offers a cup of rice with the good wishes inside.


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