Prof. John P. Rogan weds Miss Francis J. Young

The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 23, 1884, page 3
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Rogan – Young.

On last Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock at Forest Hill, the beautiful residence of the bride’s mother, Prof. John P. Rogan, Assistant Ethnologist of the Smithsonian Institute at Washington, D. C., was married to Miss Francis J. Young. There were no cards, only the immediate family and a few intimate friends being present. Rev. Mr. Rankin performed the ceremony in the beautiful and impressive service of the Presbyterian church. The groom is a young gentleman of high character, deserving of the splendid position he holds and of the confidence imposed in him by the department he so ably represents, while the bride is a fine specimen of true and noble Southern womanhood and one of Cartersville’s most highly esteemed, popular young ladies. We can but congratulate the fortunate groom and wish for the happy couple a life of unsullied happiness and prosperity.


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