A. P. Silva weds Miss Lula Glenn

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 3, 1890, page 1
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A Quiet Marriage.

Mr. A. P. Silva and Miss Lula Glenn were united in the bonds of wedlock at the home of the bride’s mother, in this city, at 8:30 o’clock, on Monday evening, Rev. J. S. Hillhouse officiating. The marriage was a quiet affair and after the marriage ceremony was performed the couple soon boarded the south bound train for Atlanta, from whence they will go on a short bridal trip to Salt Spring.

The groom has made Cartersville his home for about ten years past. He is a native of Spain, but came to New York in his early boyhood. He has been engaged here successfully in various mining enterprises. He is a man of intelligence, energy and force of character and numbers many friends in the community.

The bride is a most amiable, modest and exemplary young lady with many shining graces adorning her nature. May bliss and prosperity attend the union.


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