Cauble, Grace Pearl

Class of 1918

Birth:  Oct. 22, 1897, Rowan County, North Carolina, USA
Death: Apr. 5, 1983, Wilson, Wilson County, North Carolina, USA

Burgess M. Cauble (1870 – 1959)
Eula Ann Cress Cauble (1874 – 1942)

Clarence Anderson Brame (1896 – 1961)
Charles Burgess Brame (1922 – 1977)
Clarence Anderson Brame (1928 – 1957)

Elma E Cauble Isenhour (1895 – 1970)
Charles Lynn Cauble (1899 – 1968)
Burgess Cress Cauble (1905 – 1987)

Buckhorn Cemetery
Wilson County, North Carolina, USA

Source:, # 102912447.


Salisbury Evening Post (Salisbury, NC), July 2, 1921, p. 3.

Cauble – Brame

A wedding beautiful in its simplicity took place at the beautiful and attractive country home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Cauble Wednesday evening at 7 o’clock when their daughter, Grace Pearle, became the bride of Clarence A. Brame, Rev. G. H. L. Lingle, pastor of Haven E. L. church performing the ceremony, assisted by Rev. J. A. Linn.

The home was attractively decorated with ferns, Queen Ann’s lace, white roses, sweet peas and wild flowers, the arch being decorated in the century flower and abundance of ferns, lighted with white candles.

Just prior to the entrance of the bridal party, Miss Bruce Vann, attractively attired in hand embroidered white satin, wearing a corsage of pink sweet peas, sang “At Dawning,” by Cadman, with Miss Winifred Bodie, who wore a lovely dress of white satin and georgette, with peacock blue girdle and wearing a corsage of pink sweet peas, as accompanist. Miss Bodie also played the bridal chorus from Lohengrin, and during the ceremony rendered softly, “To a Wild Rose,” by McDowell. After the ceremony Miss Bodie rendered Mendelssohn’s wedding march.

After the entrance of the ministers, little Misses Rachael and Elma Cauble unfolded the white carpet for the bridal party to enter after which maid of honor entered, Miss Adella Cauble, sister of the bride, gowned in white satin and carrying an arm full of pin sweet peas. she was followed by the groom and his best man, E. T. Brame.

The bride, who entered on the arm of her brother, C. Lynn Cauble, was charming in a handsome traveling suit of poiret twill with accessories to match, and carrying a lovely corsage of bride roses and lilies of the valley with maiden air fern.

The beautiful ring ceremony of the Lutheran church was used.

After the ceremony the bridal party, relatives and friends were ushered into the dining room, where a bountiful supper was spread and refreshments consisting of ice cream and several varieties of cake were served.

The bride’s cake was in the center of the table, banked with sweet peas. All present enjoyed the cutting of the cake, while Miss Lyda Cauble cut the dime, Mr. Everett Cauble, the thimble, and Miss Mary Cauble cut the ring.

Mr. and Mrs. Brame left on No. 4 for Washington and other points north. After a short wedding trip they will go direct to housekeeping in their new and attractive bungalow, which has just been completed. They will them be at home to their many friends at Kenly, N. C.

The bride is an attractive young lady of the brunette type and being the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cauble. She received her education at Mont Amoena Seminary, from which institution she graduated. She has been a successful teacher for the past three years, two years of which she taught at Rock Ridge Farm Life school, Wilson, N. C.

The groom is a well know young man of Wilson, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brame, of Kenly, N. C. He graduated from A. and [?] college. he has been a successful farmer for the past few years, but at this time is engaged in the tobacco business in Wilson.

The popularity of the young couple was attested by the many beautiful gifts which were displayed in the front living room, among them being a gold piece given the bride by the grandfather and a handsome check given the young couple by the bride’s father.

Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were Miss Bruce Vann, Raleigh; Miss Winifred Bodie, Thomasville; Miss Ruth Shearouse, Savanna, Ga.; Miss Mae Earnhardt, Spencer; Mr. E. T. Brame, Stanly; Mrs. J. P. Lentz and Mrs. Elma E. Isenhour, of Salisbury.

The following announcements have been sent out:

Mr. and Mrs. Burgess M. Cauble
announce the marriage of their
Grace Pearle
Mr. Clarence Anderson Brame
Wednesday, June the twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and twenty-one
Salisbury, North Carolina