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2 August 1889 The Republican,
Carroll County,
Tennessee
Fourteenth District

C. F. BREWER and W. G. RAINEY procured license for the latter last Saturday and MISS LAURA BOLEN and JOHN E. FUZZELLE and MISS MATTIE HOLMES to marry. The ceremony took place Sunday morning at the residence of MONROE BOLEN’S, the father of one of the brides. After the ceremony, they worshipped at Farmersville and partook of an elegant repast after the services at THOMAS HOLMES, father of the other bride. The parties live in the 14th district.

October 18, 1889 Carroll County Democrat,
Huntingdon, Carroll
Carroll County, Tennessee
Baptist Association

The Southwestern District Association of Baptists met with Holly Springs Church four miles south of Maple Creek last Friday and was in session four days. ELDER J. C PARK was moderator and D. J. ALLEN clerk.

 

24 December 1891 Carroll County Democrat,
Huntingdon, Carroll
Carroll County, Tennessee

 

Blown into Atoms

A severe accident occurred in Decatur county near the Carroll county line several days ago. JAMES T. BOYD owned and was running a saw mill; his fireman allowed the water to run low in the boiler which resulted in an explosion followed by fatal results. Mr. Boyd… body blown into atoms. A son of WILLIAM RIGGS was also badly crippled. Boyd was about 45 years old, leaves a wife and several children. He is an own cousin of FRANK ROGERS of this place and has other relatives in the county who sadly deplore the unfortunate occurrence.

 December 11, 1896 Carroll County Democrat,
Huntingdon, Carroll
Carroll County, Tennessee
Yuma Notes

GEORGE OVERMAN, LEM STANFORD Jr., and LEM HARE of Lexington paid our little city a visit this week. MISS ETHEL BUTLER, a charming young lady of Westport, visited her cousin, MISS EMMA BUTLER. She was accompanied home by WILLIE FRYER, MISS EMMA BUTLER, and Mr. THOMAS, MISS JO DOTSON, and Mr. L. SMALL, MISS NANNIE ROSSER and JOSEPH RITTER. JO GROGAN of Clarksburg spent several days visiting relatives and friends. MS. I. J. BLOUNT is spending the week at her father’s, WILLIAM RAINEY near Dollar. MRS. S. J WALKER was shopping here Wednesday. MISS LUDE BELEW, who has had a bone felon, is better. BUD GOOCH says walking is not all taken up between Westport and here as Bud’s horse left him Sunday night in that neighborhood. Explanations are not wanted. WALTER QUINN and wife of Westport spent Sunday visiting friends and attending church. Mr. and Mrs. MOORE of Cawthorn spent Sunday visiting their son, PROF. J. T. MOORE. MISS WILLIE CARNAL of Clarksburg was here to visit.

MISS IDA LE of Milan who is teaching at Wildersville. A. J. BUTLER and family went shopping in Huntingdon.

18 Jan 1929 The Republican,
Carroll County,
Tennessee
HORN-BIRDWELL

A wedding of much interest and a surprise to their friends, was solemnized Tuesday, Jan. 1 by ‘Squire C. N. MCMACKINS at Hollow Rock when MISS GERTIE BIRDWELL of this place became the bride of WADE B. HORN of Yuma. The bride is the daughter of J. S. BIRDWELL of this place and has many admirable traits of character. The groom is the son of A. D. HORN of Yuma and is a student at U. T. Junior College at Martin where they will make their home for awhile.

 




 

           

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