W. D. Link weds Miss Annie Calhoun

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 25, 1889, page 8
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An interesting marriage took place at the home of the bride’s father, Dr. F. R. Calhoun, at Euharlee, last Thursday evening. The doctor’s lovely daughter, Miss Annie, was united in wedlock with Mr. W. D. Link, of Erie, Pa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. M.. Bailey, of Euharlee, assisted by Rev. D. L. Buttolph, D. D., of Marietta.

The attendants were Mr. Alfred Calhoun with Miss Madge Link, Mr. Ayre Calhoun with his cousin, Miss Gussie Calhoun, Mr. R. N. Holland with Miss Charlotte Calhoun, Mr. C. Marshall and Miss Minnie Logan, Mr. Alfred Jolly with Miss Ida Calhoun, of Greenwood, S. C.; Mr. Fred Milam and Miss Olive Faw, Mr. Richard Franks with Miss Lila Calhoun, of Cartersville.

The wedding march was beautifully rendered by Misses Estelle Calhoun and Kitty Rogers.

The bride is a lady of most lovely character, accomplished in the many things that go to the make up of perfect womanhood. The groom is a young man of sterling business qualities and splendid integrity, and both are to be congratulated on their auspicious union.

There were numerous costly presents among which was a deed by the young husband to the bride of valuable real estate, worth thousands of dollars, situated in Talladega, Alabama.


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