Weddings Great and Small
Abstracted by Annette Bramblett

        The following wedding notices were taken from sections of Forsyth County newspapers published from the 1890's through the 1920's. Notations as to the exact dates of the weddings and the books and pages in which they are recorded are taken from the marriage records of Donna Parrish, Bonnye Leary, and Garland C. Bagley.

Allen---Rice
The North Georgia Baptist Leader, November 13, 1896
        [Married on October 25], Clarence Allen to Miss Alice Rice, Rev. J.M. Fowler officiating.
        [Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 51]

Allen---Talbot
The North Georgian, June 13, 1902
        
The wedding of Miss Sallie Talbot and Mr. F.R. Allen is to occur at 8:30 o'clock this (Thursday) evening. Great preparations are being made and the occasion promises to be an interesting affair.
        [June 12, 1902; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 183]

Anglin---Gravitt
The North Georgian, November 23, 1917
        
Married, last Sunday, Miss Bertha Gravitt to Mr. Louis Anglin, Esq. J.H. Pruitt performing the ceremony.
        [November 18, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 213]

Anglin---Holtzclaw
The Forsyth County News, August 2, 1923
        Miss Ada Holtzclaw and Mr. Henry Anglin were happily married on last Sunday, Rev. G.W. Forrist performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [July 29, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 343]

Bagwell---Bagwell
The North Georgian (?), August 30, 1918
        Mr. Bob Bagwell and Miss Gra__e Bagwell were hapily married last Friday evening at Ocee. Mr. Bagwell is the son of Mr. James Bagwell, while the bride is the daughter of Mr. George W. Bagwell, both of this county.
        We wish them a long and happy life.

Bailey----Hall
The Forsyth County News, March 15, 1918
        The first marriage performed by Judge Tidwell since last of the fall was Mr. Andrew Bailey and Miss Delia Hall.
        [February 26, 1918; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 222]

Banister---Hood
The Forsyth County News, February 3, 1927
        Miss Flora Hood and Mr. Jewell Banister, both of Route 3, were happily married last Saturday, Rev. J.P. Smith performing the ceremony. These two young people have a large circle of friends who wish them great happiness on their journey through life.

Banister---Pruitt
The Forsyth County News, June 5, 1924
        
The wedding of much interest was that of Mr. W.H. Banister of Silver City to Miss Hannah Pruitt of near Frogtown. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Silas Pruitt, the fourth Sunday in May at 2 o'clock, Esq. F.H. Pruitt performing the ceremony.
        After the wedding, they left for his home at Silver City.
        They have a score of friends who wish them much happiness through life.
        [May 25, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 364]

Bannister---Bramblett
The Forsyth County News, November 17, 1927
        A beautiful surprise wedding was that of Miss Ruth Bramblett and Mr. Clyde Wilburn Bannister, who were married at the home of J.L. Wyatt, Ball Ground, Georgia, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, November 10, 1927.
        Miss Bramblett is the charming daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rade Bramblett of Cumming, Georgia.
        Mr. Bannister is a promising young man, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bannister of Silver City.
        Rev. Wyatt performed the ceremony.
        The News wishes this young couple a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [November 10, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 434]

Barrett---Brown
The North Georgia Baptist, 1901
        An intereseting marriage occurred at 4 o'clock Sunday evening last at the residence of Mr. P.D. Brown, at which time his beautiful daughter, Miss Leila, was wedded to Mr. Frank Barrett, the Rev. Artemus Lester performing the ceremony. The attendants were: Miss Eula Sutton and Mr. Fuller Callaway and Miss Maud Foster and Mr. Marshall Groover. Among others present were Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Ingram, Mrs. Mashburn and daughter, Miss Alice Hughes, Miss Alice Bettis, Miss Ida Mashburn, Miss Eva Barrett and others. The bride and groom left Monday morning for Acworth, Ga., where they will in future reside.
        [May 12, 1901; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 152]

Barrett---Lucas
The Forsyth County News, May 25, 1922
        
Mrs. Nellie Lucas and Mr. R.W. Barrett were happily married at the home of Mrs. John Edmondson Monday night, Rev. Gaines performing the ceremony.
        [May 22, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 320]

Barron---Jones
The Forsyth County News, January 19, 19(21?)
        
Miss Ida Jones and Mr. Frank Barron were married last Sunday, Rev. W.S. Gaines performing the ceremony. Here's wishing them much happiness.

Bennett---Green
The North Georgian, November 23, 1917
        [Married, last Sunday] Mr. Lucine Bennett and Lurie Green were married, Rev. V.K. Vaughan officiating.
        [November 18, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 210]

Benson---Bagwell
The Forsyth County News, March 15, 1918
        Mr. Medford Benson of Ty Ty and Miss Annie Bagwell of near Buford were happily married the fourth Sunday in February, the bride being the charming daughter of Mr. John Bagwell...

Benson---Montgomery
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Sunday papers carried the announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Ruth Montgomery of Route 7, and Mr. Herbert L. Benson of Jacksonville, Florida, formerly of this county.
        [August 30, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 367]

Blackwell---Reid
The North Georgia Baptist Leader, November 13, 1896
        
November 5 at the residence of the bride's father, C.C. Reid, Rev. J.B. Blackwell to Miss Luna Reid, Rev. J.W. H. Roberson officiating.
        [November 4, 1896; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 59]

Bowlen (Boling)---Dunegan (Donegan)
The North Georgia Baptist Leader, November 13, 1896
        
Married on October 25, Reuben J. Bowlen to Miss Eunice Dunegan , Rev. E.A. Booth officiating.
        [October 18, 1896; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 51)

Bozarth---Mauldin
The Forsyth County News, July 31, 1924
        
Miss Adgie Mauldin of Arcadia, Florida, formerly a teacher in the schools of this county, and Mr. R.C. Bozarth of Arcadia, were happily married recently. We extend congratulations, and wish them much joy and happiness.

Bramblett---Heard
The Forsyth County News, January 19, 1922 (1921?)
        
A marriage of much interest was that of Miss Florence Heard to Mr. Sherman Bramblett, which occurred at the home of Esq. J.E. Norrell, December 15, 1920. The bride was a daughter of Mrs. Sallie Heard, while the groom is a son of Mr. J.W. Bramblett, formerly of this county, but now of Oklahoma.
        The young couple have gone to make their future home in Oklahoma. Here's wishing them much happiness and success.
        [December 15, 1920; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 279]

Brantley---Smith
The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Sunday papers carried the annoncement of Miss Maggie Smith of Silver City and Mr. Ramon Brantley of Statesboro, the marriage to be performed in August.
        [August 7, 1924; Forsyth County Marraige Record H, p. 362]

Brooks---Barrett
The Forsyth County News, November 3, 1927
        Mr. Crafton Brooks of Atlanta and Miss Louise Barrett of Cumming were happily married last Saturday. We wish this young couple a long, happy, and prosperous life.

Buice---Thompson
The Forsyth County News, June 12, 1924
        
Mr. Dosie (Dorsey) Buice and Miss Irene Thompson were happily married at the June singing at Alpharetta Sunday, Esq. E.J. McGinnis officiating. The groom being the son of Mr. Joe Buice of this county, and the bride being the daughter of R.A. Thompson of Barnesville, Georgia. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [June 8, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 357]

Burgess---Bagwell
The Forsyth County News, November 3, 1927
        Miss Grace Bagwell and Mr. Elsy Burgess were happily married last Saturday, Rev. D.M. Nalley performing the ceremony. The News extends congratulations to this happy young couple.
        [October 28, 1927; Forsyth County Marraige Record H, p. 433]

Burruss---Gilleland
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        ...Also on the same date [December 26] by same Esq. [S.P. Pruitt], Miss Willie Gilleland and Mr. Wilford Burruss. We wish...much joy.
        [December 26, 1920; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 281]

Burruss---Strickland
The North Geogian, November 17, 1922
        
Miss Della Strickland and Mr. John Burruss were happily married last Sunday. The North Georgian joins their host of friends in wishing them a long and happy life.
        [November 12, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 331]

The Forsyth County News, November 23, 1922
        Miss Della Strickland and Mr. John Henry Burruss were happily married recently. We wish them a long and happy life.

Callaway---Wallis
The Forsyth County News, May 26, 1927
        
Mrs. Amelia A. Wallis of Cumming, Ga. announces the engagement of her daughter, Elizabeth Estelle, to Rev. Webster Ragan Callaway of Atlanta, the marriage to be solemnized during the summer.---Sunday Constitution
        [August 9, 1927; forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 431]

Carnes---Cain
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1923
        A most interesting event was the marriage of Miss Emily Bell Cain to Mr. Minor Carnes, which occurred on Sunday, June 10 at the home of Rev. John Anderson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.A.J. Cain of Route 4 and is a lovely character, while the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Carnes of Route 1 and was a brave soldier of the late war, and is worthy of the prize he has won.
        The bride was dressed in a suit of lovely gray silk crepe de chine.
        After the ceremony they returned to the bride's home, where the infair supper was waiting; the leading colors were white and red.
        They have many friends who wish them a long, happy and prosperous life.
        [June 10, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 342]

Chambers---Wallis
The Forsyth County News, December 10, 1925
        
A wedding of interest to a wide circle of friends was the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Wallis and Mr. Ford Chambers, which was solemnized on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, December 3, 1925, Rev. Henry Warren performing the ceremony.
        Mrs. Chambers is the charming young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wallis of Forsyth County and has a high social standing in and around her community.
        Mr. Chambers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Chambers of Forsyth County and is a fine young man of sterling qualities and character.
        After the ceremony they returned to Mr. Chambers' home, where a nice supper was spread.
        Mr. and Mrs. Chambers have hundreds of friends who wish them much success and happiness all through life.
[Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 394]

Chamblee---Hendrix
The Forsyth County News, April 20, 1922
        
Sunday papers carried the announcement of the marriage of Miss Allie Mae Hendrix, daughter of Mr. J.G. Hendrix, formerly of this county, to Mr. F.T.Chamblee, the marriage to occur in the summer.

Chatham---Rogers
The North Georgian, November 23, 1917
        
Mrs. Robert N. Rogers of Duluth announces the engagement of her daughter, Clio Antionette, to Mr. Charlie Linton Chatham, the wedding to take place in the early winter.

Coker-Wood
The Forsyth County News, July 14, 1927
        
Miss Pauline Wood and Mr. Ray Coker were happily married Sunday. Here's wishing them well.
        [July 10, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 430]

Collins---Holtzclaw
The Forsyth County News, September 25, 1924
        
Miss Artie Holtzclaw and Mr. Ernest Collins were happily maried Sunday, Esq. B.J. Light performing the cremony. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [September 21, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 368]

Cook---Whitmire
The Forsyth County News, December 20, 1923
        Miss Hattie Whitmire and Mr. Millard Cook were happily married last Sunday, Esq. J.E. Norrell performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [December 16, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 350]

Day---Fields
The Forsyth County News, January 31, 1924
        
Miss Estelle Fields and Mr. Louis E. Day were happily married last Sunday, Esq. Henry Hurt performing the ceremony. We wish for them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [January 1, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 337]

Day---Mullinax
The Forsyth county News, February 3, 1927
        Miss Lessie Mullinax of Gainesville and Mr. Earley Day of Cumming were happily married Sunday, Jan. 30, Rev. Filmore samples performing the ceremony. We wish this young couple a smooth sail over the sea of life.
        [January 30, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 423]

Dempsey---Anderson
The Forsyth County News, September 27, 1923
        
Miss Onnie Anderson and Mr. Gordon Dempsey were hapily married last Sunday, Rev. D.M. Nalley performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy and prosperous life.
        [September 23, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 345]

Dickerson---Phillips
The Forsyth County News, August 10, 1922
        
Miss Lillie Phillips and Mr. Clint Dickerson were married last Sunday.
        [August 6, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 323]

Dimsdale-Merritt
The North Georgian, April 15, 1910
        
Mr. L.P. Dimsdale of Milton county and Miss Fannie Merritt of Route 4 were quietly married Sunday, Judge H.V. Jones performing the ceremony. The North Georgian extends congratulations.
        [April 10, 1910; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 341]

Dinsmore---Hammond
The Forsyth County News, December 8, 1921
        
Married last Wednesday, Miss Minnie Hammond to Mr. John Dinsmore. We offer congratulations.
        [November 30, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 306]

Dollar---Thompson
The Forsyth County News, July 14, 1921
        [Bethel community] A wedding of recent date was that of Miss Mina Thompson and Mr. Burton Dollar, Esq. Beard officiating.
        [July 3, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 295]

Driskell---Carruth
The Forsyth County News, December 13, 1923
        Miss Minnie Carruth and Mr. Clyde Driskell were happily married last Sunday, Rev. J.B. Driskell performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [December 9, 1920; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 324]

Echols---Hendrix
The Forsyth County News, May 23, 1919
        Miss Lillie Hendrix of Cumming and Mr. Roscoe Echols of Atlanta were happily married last Sunday, Rev. J.M. Anderson performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy and prosperous life.

Edmondson---White
The Forsyth County News, June 1, 1922
        
Miss Marguerite White of Marietta and Mr. Rolfe Edmondson of Atlanta, formerly of Cumming, were married last Saturday in Atlanta. We wish them a long and happy life.

Ellison---Hendrix
The Forsyth County News, June 9, 1927
        
Miss Etha Hendrix of Cumming and Mr. Robert Ellison of Flowery Branch were happily married last Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Macon Durham, Rev. G.W. Forrist performing the ceremony. We wish this young couple a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [June 3, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 428]

Evans-Free
The Forsyth County News, May 23, 1919
        
Mr. Henry Evans of this part and Miss Ella Free of Silver City were united in marriage last Sunday. We wish this couple much happiness and success in life.
        [May 18, 1919, Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 242]

Evans---Olivet
The Forsyth County News, _____, 1921
        The marriage of Miss Selena Olivet to Mr. Lee Evans was solemnized by Rev. G.W. Forrist at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Olivet, on Sunday at 2:00; only hte immediate family and a few friends were present. Mr. Evans lately returned from the West. He has about decided to make his future home here for awhile before returning West.
        Miss Olivet is a beautiful and lovely girl. She made many friends while in school here by her amiable disposition.
        [November 27, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 242]

Exum---Pruitt
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        Miss Euna Pruitt of Cumming and Mr. Jesse W. Exum of Atlanta were happily married on Sunday, December 26, at the home of the bride. They left immediately afterwards for their home in Atlanta. They both have a large circle of friends who wish them a long and hap...
        [December 26, 1920; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 242]

Fagans---Hammond
        See Phagan---Hammond

Fleming---Brooks
The Forsyth County News, October 13, 1921
        Sunday papers carried the announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Madge [Riden]Brooks and Mr. Sam Fleming of Atlanta, formerly of Cumming, the wedding to occur at an early date.
        [October 13, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 304]

Fleming---Hutchins
The Forsyth County News, February 16, 1922
        
Of much interest was the announcement of the marriage of Miss Marie Hutchins and Mr. Clarence Fleming, which was quietly solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hutchins, Thursday evening, February 9, at 6:00 o'clock. rev. W.S. Gaines performed the ceremony in the resence of the immediate relatives.
        The only attendants were Miss Czarina Fleming, sister of the groom, and Mr. Randall Hutchins, who acted as best man.
        An informal buffet supper followed the ceremony.
        The bride wore a becoming model of midnight blue Canton crepe, embroidered in grey. Her smart hat was of grey straw combined with tiny flowers in pastel shades, which, with grey accessories, completed her effective costume.
        Mrs. Fleming is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hutchins. she has that rare combination of beauty and character which has endeared her to all who know her.
        Mr. fleming is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Fleming, and is a young man of highest reputation and sterling business worth, who numbers his friends by his acquaintances.
        For the present the young couple will be at home to their friends with the bride's parents on the highway.
        [Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 316]

Gazaway---Vaughan
The Forsyth County News, October 5, 1917
        
Miss Hannah Vaughan and Mr. David Gazaway were happily married Sunday, september 16, Esq. E.J. McGinnis performing the ceremony. We wish them a long and happy life.

Gibson---Fultz
The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1929
        
Information has been received that Mr. Homer A. Gibson, formerly of this county, and Miss Laura Fultz of Philadelphia, Pa. were united in marriage July 2, at belair, Md., Rev. Gilbert E. Turner performing the ceremony at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. J.H. McDonald. The young couple will make their home in Philadelphia.

Gilbert---Gilleland
The Forsyth County News, February 1, 1923
        Miss Esco Gilleland of Dawson County and Mr. Mart Gilbert of Route 1 were happily married recently. We wish them a long and happy life.
        

Gilleland---Holbrook
December 27, 1923
        
Miss Hettie Holbrook and Mr. George Gilleland were happily married last Wednesday, Rev. H.O. Green performing the ceremony. We wish them much joy and happiness.
        [December 19, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 351]

Glover---Porter
The Forsyth County News, August 1, 1929
        
Miss Lorene Porter and Mr. John B. Glover were happily married last Sunday, Rev. J.R. Stone performing the ceremony. We wish this young couple a long and happy life.
        [July 28, 1929; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 480]

Godfrey---Bennett
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        Miss Esther Bennett and Mr. John Godfrey were happily married Sunday, Rev. F.c. Owen performing the ceremony. We wish 'em much joy.
        [January 2, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 286]

Gravitt---Floyd
The Forsyth County News, April 21, 1927
        Mr. DeWitt Gravitt of Cumming and Miss Neva Floyd of Silver Shoals were happily married Sunday afternoon. Rev. R.H. Thompson performed the ceremony. We wish for them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [April 17, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 426]

Gravitt---Fouts
The Forsyth County News, September 13, 1923
        
Miss Ola Fouts and Mr. Ernest (error?) Gravitt were happily married last Sunday, Esq. A.W. Harris performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [Clyde L. Gravitt/Ola Fouts, September 9, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage
        Record H., p. 346]

Green-Bagley
The Forsyth County News, December 7, 1917
        
Miss Mona Bagley and Mr. Carson L. Green were married Sunday afternoon, December 2, by Esq. W.P. Blackstock, the ceremony being performed at his residence in the presence of several relatives and friends.
        Following the ceremony and after motoring to Lawrenceville, they returned for the wedding supper which took place about 5:00 o'clock at the bride's home.
        The bride is an attractive daughter of Mr. W.T. Bagley, while the groom is the popular young son of Mr. P.W. Green.
        They both have many friends who are now wishing them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [December 1, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 215]

Gunter---Vaughan
The Forsyth County News, February 3, 1921
        Miss Ruby Vaughan and Mr. Lee Gunter were happily married Sunday, Rev. J.W. Thomas performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [January 30, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 283]

Hall---Lummus
The Forsyth County News, August 10, 1922
        
Miss Lula Lummus and Mr. Toy Hall were married last Sunday.

Hamby---Parker
The Forsyth County News, May 9, 1929
        
Mr. Toy Hamby and Miss Nellie Parker were happily married Sunday. We wish the young couple a long and happy life.
        [May 5, 1929; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 475]

Hammond---Holbrook
The Forsyth County News, January 13, 1921
        
Miss Ruby Holbrook and Mr. Henry Hammond were happily married during the holidays. We wish them much joy and happiness through life.
        [December 26, 1920; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 280]

Hammonds---Fagan
The Forsyth County News, August 12, 1926
        Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Fagan of Route 6 announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Cletis Fagan, to Mr. Paul Hammonds of Atlanta. Wedding to take place some time this month.
        [August 15, 1926; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 407]

Harrell- Rogers
The Forsyth County News, August 8, 1919
        
Miss Julia Rogers of near Sheltonville and Mr. Charlie Harrell of Route 7 were happily married last Tuesday. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.

Harris---Heard
The Forsyth County News, August 5, 1926
        Mr. Toy Harris and Miss Carrie Heard, both of Cumming, were happily married last Sunday, August 1. Esq. J.L. Norrell performed the ceremony. Here's wishing them good luck.

Harris---Owen
The Forsyth County News, April 19, 1923
        
Sunday Atlanta papers carried the announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Mardelle Owen of Chestatee and Mr. Homer Harris of Cumming, the ceremony to be performed in June.
        [May 6, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 341]

Unknown paper, June 15, 1923
        On the first Sunday in May, Miss Mardell Owen and Mr. Homer Harris motored over to Oakwood and at the home of Rev. L.L. Bennett they were declared to be man and wife. But it was not known to the public until Sunday, June 10. They have many friends who wish them much joy and happiness over life's seas.

The Forsyth County News, June 21, 1923
        
On Sunday, June 10, Mr. and Mrs. I.T. Harris of near Friendship served a delicious six o'clock dinner at their home in complimient to Mr. and Mrs. J. Homer Harris, a bride and groom of recent date. Other guests who were privildged to enjoy the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Chadwick, Misses Kate Pruitt, Mildred Barrett, Villa Milford, Ruth Pirkle, and Messrs. Ray Harris, Glen Pruitt, Harris Moore, Ivan Otwell. Several friends in the neighborhood called in the evening.

Harris---Tribble
The Forsyth County News, June 16, 1927
        
A marriage of much interest was solemnized Sunday, June 12, when Miss Fern Tribble and Mr. Ottis Harris were united in marriage.
        The bride is the lovely daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Tribble. Mr. Harris is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. I.T. Harris.
        A delicious six o'clock dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.T. Harris. Those that were priviileged to enjoy the occaasion were: Mrs. Roxie Williams, Misses Ruth Bird, Katie Blanton, Sylvia Blanton, Mr. Owen Blanton of Chamblee, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harris of Gainesville, Misses Daisy Chadwick and Grace Lummus, Mr. Alman Hill, Carter and Arthur Galloway, Mack Roper, Winford Glover, Olen Chadwick, J.B. Byers, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Chadwick, Mrs. George Byers and daughter, Alice.
        [May 12, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 427]

Harrison---Cain
The Forsyth County News, December 13, 1923
        Miss Hattie Cain and Mr. J.C. Harrison were married on December 8, Rev. R.H. Thompson performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [December 18, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 350]

Hawkins---Hurt
The North Georgian, November 3, 1905
        Married on Sunday at the home of the bride's father, Mr. J.A. Hurt, near Mat, Mr. Arnett Hawkins of Cumming to Miss Arizona Hurt, Judge H.V. Jones officiating.
        [October 28, 1905; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 51]

Hawkins---Pirkle
The North Georgian, October 7, 1894
        A marriage of interest to a wide circle of friends in this county was that of Miss Ada Pirkle and Mr. Harrison Hawkins. The ceremony took place Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Pirkle, Rev. T.T. Twitty officiating.
        The bride was very handsome in a charming gown of white silk with lace and chiffon trimmings. The groom is one of Forsyth's most successful teachers. They will make Cumming their home for awhile.
        The North Georgian extends congratulations.

Heard---Stewart
The North Georgian, July 13, 1923
        Married Sunday, June 24, Miss Lena Stewart of Corinth to Mr. Homer Heard of Shady Grove, Rev. G.W. Forrest officiating.

Herring---Bagwell
The Forsyth County News, December 21, 1917
        Miss Violet Bagwell and Mr. Cecil B. Herring were happily united Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents.
        Rev. R.A. Roper performed the ceremony in the presence of many relatives and friends. The bride was wearing a grey suit. Miss Meda Herring was bridesmaid and Mr. Ben Stone best man. After the ceremony a nice table was set which was enjoyed by all present.
        Miss Bagwell was the charming daughter of Mr. G.W. Bagwell, while Mr. Herring is one of Forsyth's most promising young men, a son of Mr. W.G. Herring.
        The young couple have many friends who wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [December 16, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 216]

Holbrook---Stripland
The Forsyth County News, January 11, 1923
        
Miss Ruby Stripland and Mr. Jay Holbrook were happily married last Wednesday. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [January 2, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 335]

Holland---Merritt
The Forsyth County News, July 7, 1927
        Miss Rhoda Merritt and Mr. Garland Holland of Atlanta were happily married Sunday, Rev. J.W. Thomas performing the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.G. Merritt of near town. Congratulations are in order.
        [July 3, 1926; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 401]

Houze---Benson
The North Georgian, November 21, 1902
        
Married on Sunday evening, November 16, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Benson of Sevier, Col. Houze of Milton County to Miss Nettie Benson, Rev. R.H. Thompson officiating. The North Georgian joins their many friends in wishing them a long life of happiness.
        [November 17, 1902; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 199]

Howard---Collins
The Forsyth County News, January 25, 1923
        Miss Ruby Collins and Mr. Steve Howard of near Salem were happily married last Sunday. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [January 19, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 336]

Hughes---Milford
The Forsyth County News, April 24, 1924
        Miss Octavia Milford and a Mr. Hughes of Chamblee were happily married recently, Rev. C.A. Wallace performing the ceremony. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [William E. Hughes/Octa Milford, April 13, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage
        Record H, p. 356]

Jenks---Saxon
The North Georgian, February 21, 1902
        
Mr. Bartow Jenks and Miss Ammie Saxon were married recently.
        [December 7, 1901; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 177]

Johnson---Elzey
The Forsyth County News, November 2, 1933
        
A wedding of much interest in our community was that of Mr. Hoyt Johnson and Miss Oria Elzey, which occurred at the home of Rev. and Mrs. G.W. Forrist last Sunday morning.
        The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Forrist and their attendants were Mr. Alman Mullinax and Miss Clara Johnson.
        The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Johnson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Elzey. The best wishes of scores of friends are extended to this popular young couple.
        [October 29, 1933; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 583]

Jones---Anderson
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        
A wedding of much interest to their many friends was that of Miss Voncile Carrie Anderson to Mr. Felton Jones, which was quietly solemnized at the home of Rev. D.M. Nalley, Sunday, December 19, at 1:30 p.m. in the presence of only a few relatives and friends.
        The bride is the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Anderson, while the groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Jones, and a prospersous farmer. Both have many friends in Forsyth and Milton counties, who will join in wishing them a long and happy life.
        [December 19, 1920; Forsyth County Marriage Record H,. p. 279]

Jones---Elliott
The Forsyth County News, May 12, 1927
        
A wedding of much interest to their many friends was that of Miss Corinthia Elliott to Mr. Albert Jones, which was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F.Elliott, Sunday afternoon, May 1, 1927 at 2:00 o'clock, amid a large number of friends, Rev. D.M. Nalley officiating. The home was beautifully decorated with spring flowers.
        After the ceremony they returned to the home of the groom's parents, where an informal reception was held and a bountiful dinner was enjoyed by the family and a few friends of the bride and groom.
        The bride was beautifully gowned in orchid Georgette crepe with tan trimmings and accessories to match.
        The bride is the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Elliott of near Cumming, while the groom is the handsome and also youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Jones of near Alpharetta.
        After a honeymoon trip of a few days in Atlanta, they returned to the home of the groom's parents, where they will make their home.
        [May 1, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 427]

Jordan---Mallard
December 1, 1921
        
...the past week was that of Miss Alice Leigh Mallard of Ludowici and Mr. Hubert Cleon Jordan of Tifton. The marriage was solemnized by Rev. Rainey at his residence in Tifton Friday evening, November 11.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Mallard of Ludowici. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Jordan of Tifton, formerly of Forsyth County.---Tifton News.

Kemp---Strickland
The North Georgian, August 24, 1917
        
Our old frirend, Kirby Kemp, has jumped the broom.
        Tuesday afternoon he jumped in his car and hiked himself down to Mrs. R.N. Rogers of near Sheltonville, and he and Miss Ellene Strickland, who was down there on a visit, were happily married; Rev. F.T. Wills of Cumming performing the ceremony in the presence of a few relatives of the bride.
        Miss Strickland is the daughter of Mrs. A. Strickland and is a young lady of charming personality. Mr. Kemp is a son of Mr. C.T. Kemp of Cumming, is connected with the Bank of Cumming as Assistant Cashier, and is considered a fine businessman.
        The News joins the many friends of the happy young couple in best wishes for a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [August 21, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 208]

Kennemore---McClure
The North Georgian, October 19, 1906
        
A pretty home wedding was solemnized at 9:30 Sunday morning at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W.B. McClure. The contracting parties being Miss Lou McClure and Mr. Augustus Kennemore. The ceremony was performed in a very impressive manner by Esq. Elma Bennett, uniting two of Forsyth's most successful teachers.
        The bride wore a lovely dress of gray silk and carried a bouquet of white roses tied with white satin ribbon and wore white rosebuds in her hair.
        Immediately after the ceremony the guests, preceded by the bride and groom, left for Liberty. After preaching, all returned to the home of the bride where a most elegant dinner was served. The evening was made enjoyable by splendid music. At four o'clock all left for the home of the groom, where a most sumptuous wedding super was served.
        The bride and groom leave this week for Atlanta to spend some time with relatives and friends.

King---Connell
The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1922
        
Prof. King went down to Temple last Friday, where he and Miss Virginia Connell happily married. They arrived at Cumming Sunday night, and were given a weddin' supper at the home of Mr. T.J. Pirkle. We extend our best wishes for along, happy, and prosperous life.

Lance-Dempsey
The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        
Mr. Miles Lance and Miss Winie Dempsey were united in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony Saturday. We wish them much happiness and prosperity.

Light---Buice
The Forsyth County News, December 21, 1921
        
A wedding of much interest was that of Mr. Homer Light to Miss Luckie Buice, which occurred at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Minnie Buice, Sunday, November 27 at 2:30 in the presence of only a few relatives, Rev. Nalley performing the ceremony.
        After the ceremony the bride and groom left for the home of the groom's father, where a bountiful supper awaited them.
        The bride is the charming daughter of Mrs. Minnie Buice of near Sharon, who by her loving kindness has won scores of friends, while the groom is th son of Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Light of near Bethel, one of Forsyth County's most promising young men.
        Here's wishing them a long and happy life.
        [November 27, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 307]

Light---Tatum
The North Georgian, November 3, 1905
        [Married Sunday last] at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sallie C. Tatum of Novetta, Mr. A.M. Light of Route 8 to Miss Corrie Tatum.

Little---Bankster
The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        Mr. Oscar Little and Miss Johnnie Mae Bankster were happily married Saturday.

Martin---Jenkins
The Forsyth County News, March 19, 1921
        
Miss Bertie Jenkins and Mr. Charlie Martin were married recently, Esq. W.W. Smith performing the ceremony.
        [March 6, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 288]

Martin---Thompson
The Forsyth County News, January 19, 19(21?)
        
Miss Elvie Thompson and Mr. Webb Martin were happily married last Wednesday, Rev. J.J. Dempsey tying the knot that made them man and wife, and here's wishing them a long and happy life.

Mathis---Nichols
The Forsyth County News, January 19, 1922
        
Miss Lettie Nichols and Mr. Ramon Mathis were happily married last Sunday. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [January 15, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 314]

McBrayer---Holbrook
The Forsyth County News, December 27, 1923
        
Miss Elizabeth Holbrook and Mr. Carter McBrayer were married Tuesday afternoon, Rev. H.O. Green performing the ceremony. Here's wishing them a long and happy life.
        [December 24, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 352]

McGinnis---Buice
The Forsyth County News, December 14, 1917
        
A pretty home wedding of Sunday, December 9 was that of Mr. Grover C. McGinnis and Miss Virgie Buice, which was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Buice. The ceremony being performed by Rev. V.V. Braddy at 2:30 o'clock in the presence of several friends and relatives.
        The bride's costume was of Copenhagen blue taffeta. After singing by the guests, they were ushered into the dining room where a bountiful supper was prepared, which was greatly enjoyed.
        We wish this young couple a long, happy, and prosperous life.

McWhorter---Dempsey
The Forsyth County News, April 22, 1922
        
Miss Irene Dempsey and Mr. Rupert McWhorter were happily married Sunday. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [April 23, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 319]

McWhorter---Mangum
The Forsyth County News, July 10, 1922
        
Miss Myrtie Mangum of Route 3 and Mr. Jesse McWhorter of Route 7 were
happily married recently, Esq. Steve Clement performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [June 15, 1924; Forsyth county Marriage Record H., p. 359]

Meeks---Stancil
The North Georgian, June 29, 1923
        
Miss Mattie Stancil to Mr. V.E. Meeks. Esq. Hurt performed this ceremony. The North Georgian extends best wishes.

Merritt---Callaway
The North Georgian, February 7, 1902
        
Mr. George L. Merritt and Miss Polly Callaway were married at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at the bride's home, "Eastern Heights," the Rev. Artemus Lester officiating. A large party of friends were present, and after the ceremony congratulations and good wishes were showered upon the happy couple, who are among the most popular young people in Cumming, and who start upon wedded life under very happy auspices.
        Mr. Merritt is prominent in mercantile life in Cumming, being a member of the firm of Davenport, Merritt, and Co., and has a host of warm friends. The bride is the daughter of Prof. John J.S. Callaway, and is one of Cumming's prettiest and most attractive women. A large number of beautiful and costly presents were sent the bride and bridegroom, many being from friends in different parts of the state.
        For the present, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt will occupy apartments at Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Hockenhull's on Mulberry Street.
        [February 5, 1902; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 181]

Minor---Wood
The North Georgian, March 28, 1902
        
Miss Lula Wood and Mr. W.H. Minor were married 9th inst. at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. M.V. Wood, Rev. E.M. Taylor officiating.

Montgomery---Hammond
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        Miss Berlin Hammond of Route 1 and Mr. Jack Montgomery were happily married during the holidaiys, Rev. W.L. Singleton performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [December 25, 1920; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 276]

Moore---Harris
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        Miss Ora Harris and Mr. Linton Moore were married December 26 by Esq. S.P. Pruitt.
        [Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 280]

Mullinax---Samples
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        
There was not many weddings in this part during Christmas. Mr. Raymond Mullinax and Miss Hattie Samples were married the fourth Sunday at Mr. Doc Samples. Rev. Thomas tied the knot. We wish for them a long and happy life.

Nix---Dover
The Forsyth County News, October 5, 1917
        Miss Lena Dover and Mr. L.R. Nix were happily married last Sunday, Rev. V.K. Vaughan performing the ceremony. Congratulations.
        [September 30, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 210]

Nix---Ledbetter
The Forsyth County News, October 12, 1917
        Mr. Dennis Nix and Miss Agnes Ledbetter married Sunday at the residence of Esq. N.S. Hawkins. We wish them much pleasure during life.
        [October 7, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 211]

Nuckolls---Henderson
The Forsyth County News, December 27, 1923
        
Miss Gladys Henderson of Westminster, S.C. and Mr. Clyde Nuckolls of Route 5 were happily married Sunday, Rev. R.H. Thompson performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.

Nuckols---Brown
The North Georgia Baptist Leader, November 13, 1896
        At the residence of the bride's father, Hon. P.D. Brown, Miss Laura Brown and Mr. Nathaniel B. Nuckols, formerly of this county but of late of Whitfield County, the writer officiating.
        There was quite a large number of relatives and friends present to witness the ceremony, among whom we noticed Mr. T.L. Nuckols and family, Mr. Alex Nuckols and family, Hon. B.H. Brown and son and daughter, also Mr. Virgil Roark and wife and our old friend, Mr. Clarence Allen and wife of Gainesville, Mr. E.R. Barrett and Miss Kate Foster of Cumming, Miss Eva Barrett of Silver City, Mr. Willis Brown of Atlanta, and others. After the ceremony, many of the friends of the happy couple came forward and extended the hand of congratulations...
        [November 8, 1896; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 46]

Orr---Bagley
The Forsyth County News, June 23, 1927
        Miss Hazel Bagley and Mr. Truman Orr were married Sunday afternoon, April 19, Rev. D.M. Nalley performed the ceremony. Best wishes to them.

        A wedding of much interest was that of Miss Hazel Bagley and Mr. Truman Orr, which occurred Sunday afternoon at Sharon Church, Rev. D.M. Nalley officiating.
        Miss Bagley is the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Bagley of Ocee, and Mr. Orr is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Orr of Cumming, Georgia.
        Their friends wish them much joy and prosperity.
        They are at home in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Orr---Blackstone
The North Georgian (?), August 24, 1917
        
Miss Carrie Blackstone and Mr. Cliff Orr, both of Cumming, were happily married Sunday afternoon at the residence of Judge Tidwell, who performed the ceremony.
        The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Blackstone and is very popular. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Orr and numbers his friends by the score.
        Both the young people are very popular here and have many friends who wish for them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [August 19, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 207]


Orr---Holbrook
The Forsyth County News, December 27, 1923
        Miss Rosie Lee Holbrook of Holbrook Campground and Mr. Heard Orr of Cumming were happily married Tuesday, Rev. John M. Anderson performing the ceremony. We wish them much joy and happiness.
        [December 25, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 330]

Otwell---Barrett
The Forsyth County News, September 7, 1923
        
Sunday's papers carried the announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Mildred Barrett and Mr. Ivan Otwell, two of Cumming's most popular young people. The marriage will be solemnized in the early fall.

The Forsyth County News, October 25, 1923
        Miss Mildred Barrett and Mr. Ivan Otwell motored to Decatur Tuesday afternoon, where they were united in marriage by Rev. C.T. Brown. They left for a few days wedding trip to Athens, Social Circle, Milledgeville and other points, and will return this week and be at home to friends here. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [October 23, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 347]

Otwell---Bennett
The Forsyth County News, October 5, 1917
        
The wedding of Miss Lucille Bennett and Mr. Roy P. Otwell took place Monday afternoon at 2:30 at the First Baptist Church. Rev. J.M. Haymore performed the ceremony. The bride was dressed in a wisteria suit with silver lace hat, shoes, and gloves to match. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Bennett and is popular among a wide circle of friends who will regret to see her leave [Gainesville]. Mr. Otwell is a prominent druggist of Cumming. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Otwell left for a trip South after which they will make their home in Cumming. Gainesville News

Overby---Jones
The North Georgian, November 10, 1903
        
Married on Sunday, July 5, Mr. Clint Overby and Miss Minnie Jones, both of Forsyth County, A.H. Woodliff, Esq. performing the ceremony.

Owen---Banister
The Forsyth County News, March 23, 1922
        
A wedding of much interest to a wide circle of friends was that of Miss Cora A. Banister of Silver City and Mr. Charlie W. Owen of Chestatee District, which occurred last Thursday, Esq. E.A. Bennett performing the ceremony. We join their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life.

Pearson---Fowler
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
On Monday evening, August 18, Mr. Claude Pearson and Miss Lois Fowler were happily married in the presence of a few close relatives and friends, the presiding elder of Marietta performing the ceremony.
        The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pearson. The bride being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Fowler, both of Cumming, Ga.
        The bride was given by her parents.
        We wish them both a long and happy life.
        [August 18, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 364]

Phagan---Hammond
The Forsyth County News, November 30, 1922
        Miss Stella Hammond and Mr. Fletcher Phagan were happily married one day last week, Rev. M.M. Mullinax performing the ceremony. Here's wishing them much happiness.
        [Fletcher Fagans/Stella Hammond, November 22, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage
        Record H, p. 331]

Pope---McAfee
The Forsyth County News, June 20, 1924
        
A very quiet but beautiful wedding Wednesday evening was that of Miss Rosa Knox McAfee and Mr. Henry Pope, both of this city.
        The interesting ceremony was solemnized at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. A.S. Edwards, on Woodlawn Avenue in the presence of the family and a few close friends. Dr. S.E. Wasson, pastor of the First Methodist Church was the officiating minister.
        Artistic decorations of mid-summer flowers added charm to the attractive home.
        The bride is the daughter of a prominent North Georgia family, Mrs. B.F. McAfee and the late Mr. McAfee. She is a graduate of St. Mary's Hospital and has many devoted friends made during her residence there. She is a young woman of many accomplishments and possesses many personal graces.
        Mr. Pope is the son of Mrs. J.E. Pope, and the late Dr. Pope, one of Athens' most prominent physicians. His family is one of the oldest in the South, recognized in the civic and social affairs of the state.
        Mr. and Mrs. Pope left during the evening for Washington, New York and points of interest; on their return, they will occupy Dr. and Mrs. A.S. Edwards' home on Woodlawn for the summer, during which time Mrs. Edwards will be with her mother, Mrs. Pope, on Dearing Street until Dr. Edwards returns from Nashville, Tennessee.

Porter---Terry
The Forsyth County News, January 13, 1921
        Married Sunday, December 26, at 3:30, Miss Mattie Maude Terry and Mr. Tommy Porter. The wedding was solemnized by Rev. D. Nalley at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Terry, in the presence of a large crowd of relatives and friends.
        We wish the young couple a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 280]

Pruitt---Hawkins
The North Geoergian, November 3, 1905
        
[Married on Sunday last] at the home of the bride's father, Mr. F.L. Hawkins, near Heardsville, Mr. Asberry Pruitt of Hightower to Miss Ada Hawkins, Rev. C.S. Hawkins performing the ceremony.
        [October 29, 1905; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 31]

Reid---Day
The North Georgian, November 11, 1921
        
Married last Sunday, Miss Eva Day to Mr. Dow Reid, Rev. J.M. Anderson performing the ceremony. Best wishes.

Rollins---Tallant
The North Georgian, July 13, 1923
        
[Married Sunday, June 24} Miss Ruby Mae Tallant to Mr. Kirk Rollins, both of Friendship, Rev. J.M. Anderson performing the ceremony.

Samples---Montgomery
The Forsyth County News, April 20, 1923
        
The marriage of Miss Virginia Dare Montgomery to Mr. Elbert Samples was quietly solemnized at the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. Luther Holbrook, on Sunday April 22nd at noon. The ceremony being impressively performed by Rev. W.L. Singleton in the presence of the immediate family and a few intimate friends.
        The bride's costume was of white satin and lace with a chaplet of orange blossoms.
        The only attendants were Miss Grace Lattner of Atlanta and Mr. Howell Montgomery of Ball Ground.
        Mrs. Samples is the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.E. Montgomery and is a young lady possessing a rare personality. She has been a successful teacher in Forsyth County Public Schools for the past few years.
        Mr. Samples is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H.F. Samples and is a young man of high character and integrity, full worthy of the bride he has won.
        Mr. and Mrs. Samples will make their home in Atlanta.
        [April 19, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 340]

Sams---Bagley
The Forsyth County News, July 10, 1922
        
Miss Erma Bagley and Mr. Durell Sams were happily married last Saturday, Esq. W.H. Powell performing the ceremony. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [July 5, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 361]

Sams---Hyde
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        Miss Flossie Hyde and Mr. Arthur Sams were happily married recently. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [August 17, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 364]

Smith---Heard
The Forsyth County News, December 15, 1922
        
A marriage of much intereset to the friends of the bride was that of Miss Kate Heard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Linton Heard, formerly of this county, but now of East Point, to Mr. Charles Smith of Atlanta, the wedding occurring Dec. 6. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Ramsey of Nellie Dodd Memorial. We wish them much happiness.

Smith---Pierce
The Forsyth County News, January 12, 1922
        A wedding of much interest happened on the first Sunday of the New Year when Miss Ruth Pierce of College Park and Mr. Homer Smith of Cumming were quietly married at the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. Jeff Pierce, at East Point, Rev. C.A. Norton performing the ceremony. Miss Pierce has for some time held an importnat position with the Chevrolet Motor Company of Atlanta, while Mr. Smith has been engaged in business in Cumming for a few years. This young couple number their friends by the score and here's wishing them much happiness and success.

Stephens---Cox
The Forsyth County News, September 11, 1924
        
Miss Etta Cox and Mr. L.D. Stephens were happily married in Atlanta Saturday night, Rev. C.E. Elmore, pastor of the Capitol View Christian Church performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [September 6, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 367]

Stephens---Nix
The North Georgia Baptist Leader, November 13, 1896
        
[Married October 25], J.F. Stephens to Miss Fannie Nix, Esq. E.M. Castleberry officiating.
        [Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 50]

Stewart---Samples
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Miss Zona Samples and Mr. Hansel Stewart were happily married last Sunday, Esq. H.L. Hurt performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [August 17, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 363]

Stone---Fossit
The Forsyth County News, June 1, 1922
        
A Miss Fossitt of Buford and Mr. General M. Stone were happily married.
        [Eliza Fossett/ General M. Stone, May 28, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage
        Record H, p. 321]

Strickland---Bond
The Forsyth County News, March 2, 1922
        
Miss Estelle Bond and Mr. Harley Strickland of Silver City were happily married on Monday, Rev. W.S. Gaines performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.

Tallant---Godfrey
The Forsyth County News, May 27, 1924
        
Miss Gussie Godfrey and Mr. Joel T. Tallant were happily married last Thursday afternoon, Rev. W.L. Singleton, uncle of the bride, performing the ceremony. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [May 22, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 358]

Tallant---Worley
The Forsyth County News, January 13, 1921
        
Married Sunday afternoon at the residence of Rev. H.M. Sosebee, Miss Arzie Worley to Mr. William M. Tallant, Rev. Sosebee performing the ceremony.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. W.H. Worley, while the groom is a son of Mr. T.S. Tallant, and both have a host of frirends who join in wishing them a long and happy life.
        [January 9, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 286]

Thompson---Gravitt
The North Georgian, September 29, 1921
        
It seems that weddings are getting to be plentiful again as we understand Mr. Jim Thompson and Miss Lizzie Gravitt were married Sunday.
        [September 4, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 301]

Timms---Holbrook
The North Georgian, April 20, 1917
        Miss Fannie Holbrook and Mr. Judge Timms were married Sunday afternoon, Rev. A.J. Henderson performed the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy life.

Townley---Sweatman
The North Georgian, February 7, 1902
        
Mr. Pirkle Townley and Miss Eula Sweatman ran away and married last Sunday, J.C. Buice, Esq. officiating. We wish the young couple a long and happy life.
        [January 26, 1902; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 181]

Tyson---Gilbert
The North Georgia Baptist Leader, November 13, 1896
        
October 24, Robert Tyson and Miss Emma Gilbert, Rev. G.L. Barnwell officiating.
        [October 24, 1896, Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 49]

Vance---Samples
The Forsyth County News, December 8, 1921
        
Miss Thirley Samples, daughter of Mrs. Pearly Samples of Route 5, and Mr. W.A. Vance, son of Mr. J.W. Vance of Route 4, were happily married November 20, Rev. M.M. Mullinax performing the ceremony. We congratulate them and wish them a long and happy life.
        [Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 307]

Vance---Vandivere
The Forsyth County News, August 4, 1921
        Miss Cora Lee Vandivere and Mr. Duffie Vance were happily married June 26, Rev. M.M. Mullinax performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [Duffey Vance/Dora Lee Vandiver, June 26, 1921; Forsyth County Marriage
        Record H, p. 294]

Vaughan---Groover
The Forsyth County News, June 8, 1917
        
A marriage of cordial interest to a wide circle of friends was that of Miss Lorena Groover and Mr. Clifford Vaughan of Roswell, which was quietly solemnized Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Groover. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.W. Gober in the presence of only the immediate family.
        The bride wore a tailored suit of navy blue cloth with an all white hat and blouse of Gerogette crepe. Her flowers were daisies. Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan left for Atlanta where they will stay for several days at the Hotel Ansley. After June 9th, they will make their home in Roswell, Georgia.
        Both have many friends who extend the heartiest good wishes and congratulations.
        [June 2, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 202]

Waldrip---Langston
The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1922
        
Miss ____ Langston of Hall County and Mr. Ray Waldrip, the popular carrier on Route 9 Gainesville were happily married recently. We wish them a long, happy and prosperous life.

Walls---Stripland
The Forsyth County News, December 6, 1923
        Miss Jennie Stripland and Mr. Linton Walls were happily married last Sunday, Rev. R.H. Thompson performing the ceremony. We wish for them a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [November 2, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 345]

Waters---Williams
The Forsyth County News, October 9, 1924
        
Mrs. ______ Williams and Mr. W.A. Waters were happily married last Thursday night in Cumming, Esq. H.L. Hurt performing the ceremony. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [W.A. Waters/Emma Williams, October 2, 1924; Forsyth County Marriage
        Record H, p. 368]

Welch---Patterson
The North Georgian, July 10, 1903
        
[Married Sunday, July 5], Mr. William Welch and Miss Gertrude Patterson of Hall County, A.H. Woodliff officiating.

Wheeler---Heard
The North Georgian, June 29, 1923
        Married last Sunday, Miss Agnes Heard to Mr. Arthur Wheeler, Esq. Henry Hurt officiating.
        [June 24, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 326]

White---Fowler
The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        The marriage of Miss Villie Fowler and Mr. Austin White, which took place Wednesday afternoon, December 22 at 4:00 o'clock, will be of great interest to a number of friends.
        Rev. Vaughan of Buford officiated.
        The bride is a daughter of the deceased Dr. T.A. Fowler, and is well known in all adjoining counties as a most successful teacher. She is of noble and Christian character.
        The groom is a progressive farmer and an example of sterling manhood.
        Mr. and Mrs. White will be at home with the groom's uncle, Mr. George Davis of near Buford, to their many friends.

Whitmire---Hughes
The Forsyth County News, January 11, 1923
        
Married at the parsonage on Sunday afternoon by Rev. H.O. Green, Miss Minnie Mae Hughes to Mr. James F. Whitmire.
        The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Lula Hughes of Route 4, and is a lovely character with a sweet disposition, while the groom is a son of Mr. Sam Whitmire; [he] is a fine young man and is worthy of the prize he has won.
        We join their many friends in wishing for this happy couple a long, happy, and prosperous life.
        [January 7, 1923; Forsyth ounty Marriage Record H, p. 335]

Williams---Stiff
The North Georgia Baptist, 1901
        A romantic wedding occurred at the parsonage of St. Paul's Church on East Fair Street this morning at 10 o'clock, in which H.C. Williams of Cumming was united in marriage to Mrs. B.M. Stiff of this city. Mr. Williams has been surveyor of Forsyth County for 13 years and, in spite of his three score years, is as hale and erect as when he marched to the altar with his first bride 30 years ago.
        Last summer Mr. Williams walked into the store of Captain Cook in Gwinnett County to make some purchases. When he had finished, the storekeeper suggested that he buy a dress for his wife. He replied that his wife had been dead for several years, but that if Captain Cook would procure him another one he would marry her. Captain Cook took up the matter seriously and wrote to Mrs. Stiff that night.
        The letter arrived in due time and was answered. Then other letters were exchanged, and an engagement was the result. Mr. Williams did not meet his bride until last evening.
        "I courted my first wife for several months," said the groom this morning, "And then found out that after I had married that I knew nothing on earth about her, so I thought I would not waste so much time at my second courtship." The couple left this afternoon for their future home near Cumming.
        Mrs. Williams appears to be several years the junior of her husband.---The Atlanta Journal. Thursday, May 9.
        [May 9, 1901; Forsyth County Marriage Record G2, p. 153]

Wingate-Milford
The Forsyth County News, December 7, 1917
        
The many friends of Miss Maude Milford will be interested to know of her recent marriage to Mr. W. Leon Wingate of Fort Meade, Fla.
        Miss Milford has been connected with the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. for the past five years, and has made her home in Atlanta with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Green.
        Mr. and Mrs. Wingate will be at home to their friends at Fort Meade, where Mr. Wingate is a prosperous truck grower.

Wofford---Smith
The Forsyth County News, September 6, 1923
        Miss Annie B. Smith and Mr. Foster Wofford were happily married last Sunday, Rev. G.W. Forrist performing the ceremony. We wish them a long, happy, and prosperous life.

Wood---Andoe
The Forsyth County News, May 26, 1927
        
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emmett Andoe announce the engagement of their daughter, Margaret Prince, to Guy Hinton Wood, the wedding to be solemnized Wednesday, June 22 at St. Mark Methodist Church.---Sunday Constitution

Wood---Smith
The Forsyth County News, December 22, 1927
        Mr. M.Y. Wood of Milton County and Miss Rentie Smith of this county were happily married last Thursday at the residence of Rev. E.A. Cochran. Rev. Cochran performing the ceremony. We wish them a long and happy life.
        [W.Y. Wood/Rinta Smith, December 15, 1927; Forsyth County Marriage Record
        H, p. 438]

Woodall---Martin
The Forsyth County News, October 4, 1923
        Married last Sunday at the home of Esq. John E. Norrell, Miss Ivie Martin to Mr. William Woodall, Esq. Norrell performing the ceremony. We wish for them a long and happy life.
        [September 30, 1923; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 346]

Woodliff---Smith
The Forsyth County News, April 6, 1917
        
The wedding of Miss Mary Smith to Mr. Rush Woodliff was a pretty, although very quiet, affair on Wednesday evening, taken place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Smith.
        The guests included only members of the family. The bride was married in a French blue serge, the waist of georgette crepe and her hat was of blue braid.
        After the ceremony which was performed by Rev. Cherry of Flowery Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Woodliff left in their car for a short wedding trip and on their return they will be at home with Mr. A.H. Woodliff.
        [March 28, 1917; Forsyth County Marriage Record H, p. 200]

Wright---Spriggs
The Forsyth County News, February 16, 1922
        Mrs. Mary Spriggs and Mr. S.B. Wright were happily married at the courthouse on last Thursday, Judge Tidwell performing the ceremony. Here's wishing them much happiness.
        [February 9, 1922; Forsyth County Marriage Record H., p. 315]

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