|Birth: ||Apr. 5, 1869|
|Death: ||May 4, 1943|
THE LAMPASAS LEADER
DECEMBER 13, 1907
Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Armstrong, Miss Effie Armstrong became the wife of Mr. A.H. Reagan. The cememony took place in the double doorway between the parlors, and was conducted by rev. Ernest J. Bradley of the Christian church, in the presence of near relatives and a few intimate firends.
Miss Armstrong is a stately and handsome young woman, and never looked more attrative than when becomingly clad in her going-away gown of brown cloth, with hat to match. She has lived here for several years and ahs hosts of friends who will greatly miss her.
Mr. Reagan is a gentleman of the highest type and is a successful merchant of Brady, being a partner in the Broad-Reagan Mercantile Co., both of that place and of Brownwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Reagan left on the 7 o'clock Santa Fe, stopping off at Brownwood where they were entertained at a wedding reception, given in their honor by Mr. and Mrs. Broad. Later they will continue their trip to Brady where their home will be. The young people have been engaged for some time, but as the affair was kept secret the wedding came as a surprise to many friends who will rejoice with them in their newly found happiness.
Effie Frances Armstrong Reagan (1882 - 1978)
Frances Montgomery Reagan (1875 - 1904)*
Live Oak Cemetery
Plot: Section S
Created by: James Durham
Record added: May 18, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70021834
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