Cabarrus Heritage

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Marriage Announcements

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Miss Martha Ritchie and J. T. Walker, of Cabarrus county, were married last Thursday afternoon.  Rev. E. L. Ritchie, of Spencer, a brother of the bride, officiated.   Source: Carolina Watchman, 3 April 1907, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 30 October 2019).


W. T. Wall, of Concord, and Miss Katie F. Barringer, of Mt. Pleasant, were married last evening at 6 o'clock at the home of the bride's father, Rev. Paul Barringer, in the latter place.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. Garver Williams, D.D., pastor of the Reformed church.  No cards had been issued, and the wedding was a quiet home affair.   Source: "Concord and Cabarrus County," Carolina Watchman, 30 March 1909, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 30 October 2019).


Sunday afternoon about 2 o'clock at the home of Mr. Henry Ritz, on East Depot street, Mr. Thos. H. Barringer was united in marriage to Miss Addie May Wallace, daughter of Mr. J. O. Wallace, Rev. C. B. Miller officiating.  Both are residents of this city, and are well known by our people,  It was a quiet marriage, and only a few friends and relatives witnessed the affair.  The Standard extends its congratulatory hand to this newly married couple, and may their life be one of joy and happiness.   Source: "A Quiet Wedding," Daily Concord Standard, 17 January 1898, digital images, North Carolina Digital Heritage Center ( : accessed 31 January 2020).


In St. James Episcopal church, in Concord, Oct. 27th, Mr. Thos. Wilson, a successful young business man of Winston, to Miss Bettie S. Harris, daughter of Mr. R. S. Harris of Concord.  Rev. R. P. Eubanks officiating.  The bride is a sister of Mr. Cicero W. Harris, of Washington D.C., and of Mr. Wade H. Harris, of the Charlotte Chronicle.   Source: "The Marriage Bells Are A-Ringing," The State Chronicle, 3 November 1887, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 26 March 2020).

Carrie WOOD

The many friends of Mr. Daniel A. Miller, on the Eastern side of Cabarrus, will be pleased to learn that he was married on Wednesday night the 16th.  Mr. Miller won for a bride, Miss Carrie, the daughter of Rev. W. A. Wood.  The wedding was a brilliant affair and the happy couple took a bridal tour to New Orleans and probably Texas.   Source: "Mr. Daniel A. Miller Wedded," Daily Concord Standard, 18 December 1896, digital images, North Carolina Digital Heritage Center ( : accessed 6 October 2019).


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