Mr. Charles T. Shelman and Mrs. K. T. Perry

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
October 29, 1896, Page 1
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At Boston Next Week.

Today Mr. Charles T. Shelman leaves for Boston. Near that city, at Marblehead Neck Mansion, the elegant home of Mr. Ward, on Wednesday, next, 4 th proximo, he will be married to the accomplished sister of Mr. Ward, Mrs. K. T. Perry. Rev. George E. Benedict will accompany Mr. Shelman and will perform the ceremony. The wedding will be quite an elaborate and interesting function.

The couple will take an extensive bridal trip, visiting the chief cities and principal points of interest in the east and north, after which they will be at home to their friends at Shelman Heights. They will build there an elegant new dwelling which they will make their future abode.

The bride is a charming lady, educated and refined. She has made several lengthy sojourns at Shelman Heights, and impressed all who have met her in this locality by rare graces and endowments. Mr. Shelman is an extensive planter of this section and is a young man of sterling qualities, possessing those best attributes of manhood, energy, integrity and a genial nature. May their path be strewn with life’s best blessings.


November 12, 1896, Page 1

The following cards announcing the marriage of Mr. C. T. Shelman, to Mrs. K. D. Perry last week have been sent out.

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ward Announce the marriage of their sister Mrs. Katherine Dexter Perry. To Mr. Charles T. Shelman, Wednesday, November the fourth, Eighteen hundred and ninety-six. Marblehead Neck, Massachusetts.

At Home After December first, Etowah Heights, Cartersville, Georgia.

The couple are now enjoying their bridal tour. They will visit New York City, Albany, Philadelphia and Baltimore, making stays at each point, before returning.


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