L. W. Reeves weds Miss Anna E. Davis

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
April 14, 1892, page 5
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Reeves – Davis.
A Birmingham Business Man Wins One of Bartow’s Fairest Daughters.

A most important social event was culminated in the union at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Arthur Davis, near the city, on Wednesday morning, 6th instant, of two young social favorites, Mr. L. W. Reeves, of Birmingham, Ala., and Miss Anna E. Davis.

The evening before the marriage a reception was held at the bride’s home that was a most elegant and enjoyable affair.

The ceremony was performed at 10 o’clock by Rev. E. B. Barrett, of Carrollton, immediately after which the happy couple took the E. & W. train for Birmingham, their future home.

The attendants were Miss Leila York, of Marietta, Mr. E. B. Cottingham, of Birmingham, Ala.; Miss Lydie Rowland, of Cartersville, Mr. M. P. Love, of Chattanooga, Miss Eugenia Small, of Macon, Mr. John A. Elmore, of Montgomery, Ala.

The groom is a very popular and progressive young business man of Birmingham and the bride is one of Bartow’s loveliest and most popular daughters. May happiness ever encounter their way.


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