Wedding: Gregg – McBride

web WEDDING Gregg McBride

Laurie Elizabeth Gregg of Darlington and Bradford Grey McBride of Hartsville were united in marriage at 5:00 p.m. Saturday, June 20, 2015 in Quinby, South Carolina at the home of the bride’s father.

The bride is the daughter of Elizabeth Coke Lawson of Darlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ashby Gregg, Jr. of Quinby. She is the daughter of Mr. Laurie Coke Lawson nd the late Elizabeth Pearce Lawson of Darlington, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ashby Gregg, Sr., of Quinby. She graduated from Coker College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education. She is employed by Clemson University Pee Dee Research and Education Center.

The bridegroom is the son of Mary Ann McBride and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Grey McBride. His maternal grandparents are Mrs. Dorothy Ann Weatherford of Darlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin Weatherford of Timmonsville. His paternal grandparents are Margie Diane Church and the late Richard Church of Darlington. He is employed by Sonoco Products Company of Hartsville.

The Rev. Timothy Rogers officiated the ceremony.

Maid of Honor was Miss Abigail Raynor Gregg of Quinby, sister of the bride.

Bridesmaids were Miss Mary Ashley Gregg and Miss Julia Porcher Gregg of Quinby, sisters of the bride; and Miss Anna James Clanton of Greenville, best friend of the bride.

Honorary bridesmaids were Miss Julia Banks Lawson of Greenville, cousin of the bride; and Mrs. Katie Pierce Morrell, friend of the bride.

Best man was Mr. Sammy Grey McBride of Darlington, father of the groom.

Groomsmen were Thomas Lawson Gregg of Greenville, brother of the bride; Ronald Arthur Goodson, Jr. of Darlington, friend of the groom; and William Brandon Warren of Myrtle Beach, cousin of the groom.

Music for the ceremony was provided by Melanie Patricia McMillan, guitarist.

A reception was held in Quinby at the home of the bride’s father.

After a short trip to Charleston, and a honeymoon in September, the newlyweds will reside in Hartsville.

Author: Jana Pye

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