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Description: Married - Cockerham & Sandifer, Burris & Prestridge,
Pray & Turner, Cruise & Hamilton,
Griffin & Thompson, Anderson & Whittington,
Kirkland & Causey
Newspaper published in: Liberty, MS
Page/Column: Page 2, Column 4
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December 11th, 1895, at 6 p.m., at the home of Mr. H. D. Sandifer, by Pastor Lane, Mr. JAMES COCKERHAM to Miss ADDIE SANDIFER.
Attendants Mr. Marshal Hughey and Miss Katie McKnight.
At the residence of the bride's father, Wednesday, December 18th, 1895, by Rev. J. H. Lane, Mr. GEORGE E. BURRIS to Miss CORA PRESTRIDGE.
Attendants Mr. Iverson Jones and Miss Katie Martin.
At Bro. Rob't. Brown's, December 18th, 1895, at 8 p.m., by Pastor Lane, Mr. H. O. PRAY to Miss EULAH TURNER.
Attendants Mr. C. Guy and Miss Katie Pray.
December 18th, 1895, at the residence of Mr. John Hamilton, near Eastfork, Amite County, Miss., by Rev. J. H. Lane, Mr. B. F. CRUISE, of Gloster, and Miss DORA S. HAMILTON, of Eastfork.
Attendants—Mr. Lee Hamilton and Miss Alma McMillin.
December 19th, 1895, at the residence of the bride, near Liberty, Miss., by Rev. N. B. Young, Mr. D. G. GRIFFIN and Mrs. MOLLIE THOMPSON.
Our sincere congratulations are tendered the above happy couple. We wish them many returns of the anniversary of their wedded love, and may they always find affection's chain so bright and lasting as to defy the corroding band of time.
December 23rd, 1895, at the residence of Mr. John Hinson, in Liberty, Miss., by Mayor Chas Carroll, Mr. JOHN S. ANDERSON to Miss NELLIE WHITTINGTON.
Both of the contracting parties are citizens of Gloster, though once residents of Liberty. Miss Nellie is one of the twin-daughters of the late A. J. Whittington. We wish them happiness.
At the home of the bride's father, Mr. David Causey, Amite County, at 7 p.m., December26th, 1895, Mr. A. J. KIRKLAND and Miss MARY R. CAUSEY.
Attendants Mr. Louis Smith and Miss Willie Corcoran.
Candle-bearers—Misses Susie Causey and Bessie Corcoran.
A number of relatives and friends were present, who partook of an elegant supper prepared by Mrs. David Causey.
May sunshine and joy mark their wedded life, and may they be useful in the Master’s service, is the wish of a friend and ex-pastor,
T. C. SCHILLING.