James D. Rogers weds Miss Mattie Hargis

The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 15, 1884, page 3
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We intended to say in our last week’s issue, but didn’t, that Mr. James D. Rogers, of Atlanta, and Miss Mattie Hargis, daughter of Major Thomas V. Hargis, of Kingston, were married at the residence of the bride’s father on December 31, 1883, Rev. G. S. Tumlin officiating. Mr. Rogers is traveling salesman for F. & G. T. Dodd, of Atlanta, and is a handsome, clever, genial, whole-souled gentleman. Miss Mattie is noted for her beauty, accomplishments and amiable disposition. She was an acknowledged belle of Bartow county, and was loved and admired by a large circle of friends. The American, even at this late day, presents congratulations and best wishes for a life of success and happiness to the newly married couple.


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