R. W. Milam weds Miss Nannie Hood

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 12, 1890, page 1
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Joined In Wedlock.

A quiet marriage of two of Bartow county’s young people took place at the home of the Bride’s mother, Mrs. William Hood, on Wednesday of last week. The couple were Mr. R. W. Milam and Miss Nannie Hood. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. S. Hillhouse, of the Presbyterian church, in his usually beautiful and impressive manner and was witnessed alone by immediate relatives of the contracting parties. The groom is one of Bartow’s most worthy young sons, possessing many manly attributes, while the bride is a most amiable young lady, well known and beloved by scores of friends for her many womanly virtues. The good wishes of the Courant-American follow them in their life-journey.


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