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Wylie, Merriman marry in spring ceremony

  • Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Mrs. Hugh Preston Merriman

Caroline Jennings Wylie and Hugh Preston Merriman, both of Summerville, South Carolina were married on March 24, 2012 at St. Michael's Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The Reverend Alfred T.K. Zadig Jr. officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Wilson Wylie of Summerville. Serving as her maid of honor was Jacquelyn Shea Tankersley; her matron of honor was Christina Walker Elmore. Bridesmaids were Kayce Porter Bates, Shannon Yates Eichorn, Ryan Elizabeth Martin, Catherine Volz Myers, Sara Kinsey Query, Katherine Hackett Rushing, Cay Freihofer Wylie. The flower girl was Lila Merriman Gibbs and the ring bearer was Miller Jaus Baldwin. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Gross Merriman, III of Summerville. His father stood as his best man. Groomsmen were Nathan Gerald Bergeron, Barton Taylor Burford, Justin Randall Goethe, Donald Patrick Janney, Chase Welborn Merriman, Wilson Merritt Merriman, Bryan Robert Vogt, Patrick Wilson Wylie Jr. The bride is the granddaughter of Ann Leonhirth Huffman and the late Harold Lee Huffman of Greenville South Carolina; and the late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilson Wylie of Edisto Beach, South Carolina. The groom is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Merritt of Easley, South Carolina; and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gross Merriman Jr. of Florence, South Carolina. The couple honeymooned in Antigua, West Indies and plan to make their home in Charleston.

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