T. W. Simpson weds Miss Cyrena Buford

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
April 1, 1909, Page 6
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Tuesday morning at the early hour of 8 o’clock, while the earth was yet robed in white, which brilliantly reflected a morning’s sun, the solemn words of the marriage vows were being said that united the happy lives of Miss Cyrena Buford, of this city, and Mr. T. W. Simpson, of Cartersville, Ga.

The wedding was a quiet home affair and came as somewhat of a surprise to many except the most intimate friends of the bride.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. J. Buford, father of the bride, thus adding to the beauty and solemnity of the occasion.

The out of town attendants were: Miss Agnes Stewart, of Spring Garden; Misses Daisy and Florence Harris, of Carrolton, Ga.; Messrs. Hugh Gilreath, A. B. Harrison and Louis Buford, brother of the bride, of Cartersville, who accompanied the groom here Monday.

The wedding party and a number of other friends of the bride were entertained at the home of the bride Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Simpson left immediately for Atlanta, where they spent a short time, proceeding from there to Cartersville, where they will make their home.  A large crowd of friends were at the station here to see the couple depart.

The bride is a beautiful and cultivated young lady, popular in society and is admired by a large circle of friends and Mr. Simpson is to be many times congratulated on his good fortune.

The groom is a progressive and prominent young business man of Cartersville. – Piedmont (Ala.) Journal.


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