Mr. W. F. King weds Miss Anna Saxon

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
April 16, 1896
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Marriage At Grassdale.

Mr. W. F. King of Calhoun, weds Miss Anna Saxon yesterday.

At Grassdale, at the home of the bride’s father, Col. R. C. Saxon, on yesterday evening at three o’clock, Mr. W. F. King, of Calhoun was married to Miss Anna Saxon. The marriage was a quiet one, only relatives of the bride being present. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. T. Bell, pastor of the Kingston circuit. Shortly after the solemn words making them one had been said the couple drove to Cartersville, where they took the north bound train for their future home, Calhoun.

Miss Saxon is known as one of the most worthy young ladies of Bartow county, possessing all the best graces of womanhood and is popular with all who knew her, while the groom is one of the very best standing.

The Courant American extends its best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. King. May their future be full of happiness and prosperity.


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