The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Ga,
June 6, 1883
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Cedartown, June 5--There was gathered together yesterday at 12:30 o'clock,
in the Presbyterian church, a concourse to hear the music of the marriage
bell. The birde was Miss Maggie Jones, the daughter of MR. A.R. Jones,
brother of the ex-treasurer, a stylish and attractive young lady. Mr. R.D.
Vann, of Atlanta, was the groom. This was his former home.
The ceremonies were performed by the Rev. Mr. Kennard, Episcopalian, in a
unique manner. The attendants were: Miss Sallie Bugg Jones, Maggie Waddell,
Augusta; Sallie Downer; Mamie Reed; Mattie Waddell, Rowena Dodds; Lorena
Young, Annie Trawick; Carrie Ledbetter; Prairie Harris; Annie Harris; Ida
Pressley, Rockmart, Messrs. Charlie C. Vann, J.A. Dodds, J. Fulton Colville;
Robert E. Parker, Atlanta; Walter Tomlinson, Atlanta; R.T. Gamble, Atlanta;
W.H. Wikle, Cartersville; W.C. Dawson, Atlanta; W.A. Graham, Atlanta; Herman
Van Devender, Pennsylvania; Isham Daniel, Atlanta; W.A. Camp, Atlanta. The
reception given last evening at the residence of the bride's father to the
attendants was most sumptuous, elegant and bountiful.
After the ceremonies, the happy pair were escorted to the train by their
friends. After their tour to Washington, Long Branch and New York they will
return to Atlanta and make it their home. (The Atlanta Constitution,
Atlanta, Ga, June 6, 1883)