D. Gilbert was married to Miss S. J. (Tattie) Leland

The Cartersville Express Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
January 13, 1881 Page 3:
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At “Hardscrabble,” the residence of the bride’s father, on Thursday evening, January 13, by Rev. T. E. Smith, Mr. Alfred D. Gilbert was married to Miss S. J. (Tattie) Leland.

This event was celebrated with unusual; not only because the contracting parties are among our most highly esteemed and respected citizens but that each possessed the admiration and friendship of a large and charming circle. The attendants were: Mr. N. C. Sayre and Miss Lizzie Gilbert; Mr. J. Hugh Young and Miss Fannie Jackson; Mr. J. T, Lumpkin and Miss Lizzie Benham; Mr. Wm. A. Jackson and Miss Lillie Young.

Mr. Gilbert is the eldest son of Mr. W. H. Gilbert, an old veteran in Georgia Mercantile circles and partakes fully of his father’s staunch business qualities. He enjoys the fullest confidence of every person with whom he has come in contact in the social and business relations of life and is looked upon by this community as a rising young man with every promise of success. Miss Leland is the only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Leland and under their competent protection and love has grown into a beauteous womanhood made glorious by a pure heart and Christian spirit. Truly, the whole county people, of high and low estate, heartily congratulate the couple and wish them long lives of usefulness linked with every possible happiness.


The Cartersville Free Press Newspaper
January 20, 1881 Page 3:

A Happy Marriage.

[Marriage of Alfred D. Gilbert and S. J. (“Tattie”) Leland; see Cartersville Express of January 20, 1881]


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