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Mr. Peter Culp Mrs. Bessie Meadow
H. E. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Payne Mrs. Julian T. Brown, Sr.

Athens Banner, Athens, GA, Tuesday morning, February 2, 1892 Culp

Culp, Peter


And he is nearly eighty years old.

Mr. Peter Culp, of this city, has a remarkable record in regard to health. He is nearly eighty yrs. old, and during his entire life has never taken any medicine.

He is opposed to medicine and believes that it brings upon humanity half the ills of which it complains. He is a hale, hearty old man and his only rule is in regard to his diet which he observes with scrupulous regularity.

Many mornings he plunges into a cold water bath, and he is a great advocate of walking as a health exercise. His health records is certainly a wonderful one.


Danielsville Monitor
28 July 1899

The Athens Banner speaks of a marriage that will occur there next month which is of interest to Madison county people. The happy couple are Mrs. Bessie Meadow, of Athens, and H. E. Edwards, of Lawrenceville. Mrs. Meadow is well know here, being the widow of the late Toombs Meadow, and Mr. Edwards once lived in Madison county, having been the popular agent of the S. A. L.
railroad at comer for a long while, and now holds that responsible position at Lawrenceville. We extend congratulations in advance, and wish for them a long and happy life.

Elberton Star, 7 September 1948

Miss Payne Weds Mr. Gaines In Athens

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Payne, of Danielsville, announce the marriage of their daughter,
Elsie to Paul Gaines, of Bowman, on September 5, at the First Presbyterian church in Athens,
with Dr. E. L. Hill officiating.

The bride wore a suit of forest green gabardine with brown accessories.
Her flowers were white rosebuds and valley lilies.

Mrs. Gaines is a graduate of Athens Business College and has been connected with
the post office in Danielsville for a number of years.

Mr. Gaines is a graduate of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and the University of Georgia.

After a wedding trip to the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina, the couple will reside in Tifton,
where the groom is a member of the faculty of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

Elberton Star
September 7, 1948

Mrs. Julian T. Brown, Sr., entertained Sunday at her home on Tusten street with a family dinner in honor of her mother,
Mrs. D. W. Meadow of Athens, who celebrated her 86th birthday.
The home was made lovely with garden flowers.


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