Mr. William Sherman was married to Miss Fannie Seals

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 27, 1888, Page 8
Transcribed by 2006

Hall’s Mill.

Our little town was adorned on last Wednesday evening, the 18th inst., with a nice wedding.  Mr. William Sherman was married to Miss Fannie Seals.  The groom is one of our most solid young men, while the bride is one of our most lovable young ladies.  We never witnessed a lovelier scene.  As Rev. Mr. White says, “if such as that doesn’t put a move on the young folks, he doesn’t know what will.”  Mr. Hooper Kitchens and Miss Sallie Kerr, Mr. J. C. Kerr and Miss Sallie Clemons, were the attendants.  After the marriage we were conducted to the dining hall, where we found refreshments suited for a king.  It would be impossible to describe the feelings and happy looks of all at this time.  The various ways in which everything was cooked showed the skill of our cook.  Prof. Kerr was there with his funny sayings and amusing the children, as he says, with comic songs.  We rarely ever get to enjoy such an occasion as this was, and look forward to such with pleasure, hoping somebody else will take a start.  We tender the bride and groom our hearty congratulations and wish for them a long and happy life, free from all trouble.


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