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7 MAR 190722 DEC 1967  TX, Tarrant Co, Fort Worth Edmond De St Felix 
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  • Newspaper, 17 DEC 1905: "'WEDDINGS' ….
    The wedding of Miss Mary Gibson Suratt to William Armour Cantrell was solemnized Thursday evening at the residence of Judge A. D. Land, Jr. in Sheveport, La. by Rev. Dr. Boggs of the Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Suratt of Sheveport. Mr. Cantrell was reared in Little Rock, being the younger son of Dr. W. A. Cantrell, deceased, and wife, Mrs. Ellen H. Cantrell of this city. He resides now at Fort Worth, Tex., and is [a] traveling freight agent with the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad. On account of the critical illness of Mrs. Flourney, the bride's aunt, the wedding was very quiet, only immediate relatives of the bride, and D. H. Cantrell, of this city, brother of the groom, being present. Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell will make their home in Fort Worth, Tex."
    --Daily Arkansas Gazette, 17 Dec 1905, Sun, Page 18
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  • Newspaper, 17 DEC 1905: "'WEDDINGS' ….
    The wedding of Miss Mary Gibson Suratt to William Armour Cantrell was solemnized Thursday evening at the residence of Judge A. D. Land, Jr. in Sheveport, La. by Rev. Dr. Boggs of the Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Suratt of Sheveport. Mr. Cantrell was reared in Little Rock, being the younger son of Dr. W. A. Cantrell, deceased, and wife, Mrs. Ellen H. Cantrell of this city. He resides now at Fort Worth, Tex., and is [a] traveling freight agent with the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad. On account of the critical illness of Mrs. Flourney, the bride's aunt, the wedding was very quiet, only immediate relatives of the bride, and D. H. Cantrell, of this city, brother of the groom, being present. Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell will make their home in Fort Worth, Tex."
    --Daily Arkansas Gazette, 17 Dec 1905, Sun, Page 18
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  1. Findagrave William Armour Cantrell
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1910
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1920
  4. (& 5) Book:Daily Arkansas Gazette; Marriage Announcement: Surratt-Cantrell; newspapers.com; originally published Little Rock, AR: the newspaper, 17 DEC 1905, Sun, p. 18; Website
  1. FamilySearch United States Census, 1910
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1920
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1940
  4. Marriage Sources:
    Book:Daily Arkansas Gazette; Marriage Announcement: Surratt-Cantrell; newspapers.com; originally published Little Rock, AR: the newspaper, 17 DEC 1905, Sun, p. 18; Website
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