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January 8th 1896
The News — Frederick, Maryland
COLONEL BOWIE TO WED.
Colonel Washington Bowie, deputy surveyor of the port of Baltimore, and Miss Katherine Poole Gaither will be quietly married at the home of the bride’s parents, 1716 North Calvert street, Baltimore, this afternoon at 4:30 o’clock. No invitations for the ceremony were issued, and after a brief wedding trip the couple will take up their residence at Colonel Bowie’s pleasant home, 2136 Oak street. The bride is young, attractive, and a daughter of Mr. George Gaither, formerly of Frederick county, but who has for some time past been resident of Baltimore city. Colonel Bowie is known as one of the most popular officials in the customs service at that point.