Arbuckle - Caughron Marriage
11 Sept 1902

Source:  Burnet Bulletin, 18 Sept 1902
Transcribed by JoAnn Myers, April 2007



Mr. Will Arbuckle Married

"At the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Compton in this city Thursday afternoon, September 11 at 3 o'clock, Mr. William Arbuckle of Dallas and Miss Pearl Caughron of this city were united in marriage, Rev. J. A. Arbuckle officiating.  Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left on the northbound Katy train for a few days visit at Waco, after which they will go to their home in Dallas, where Mr. Arbuckle holds a position as teacher in Hill's business college.  The groom is a son of Rev. J. A. Arbuckle of the first Baptist church of this city, and the bride is the fascinating young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Caughron of this city."

The above from a Taylor correspondent to the Austin Statesman will be read by the people of Burnet with great interest.  Will was a resident of Burnet for many years and by his gentlemanly conduct won the esteem and regard of our entire citizenship.

The Bulletin extends congratulations to the happy couple and hopes that their voyage through life may be a pleasant one.


Rev. J. A. Arbuckle is visiting his son, Matt and other relatives and friends in Burnet County.  For a number of years Mr. Arbuckle was pastor of the Baptist church at this place, and there has never been a preacher in the town who made more friends among all classes of people.



 

 

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