Lancaster, McIntyre exchange vows at Galloway UMC

Elizabeth “Liz” DeLes Lancaster and Andrew Brock McIntyre were joined in holy matrimony the evening of January 7, at Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Neal Lancaster of Corinth, and Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander McIntyre of Jackson.

The Rev. Doctor Connie Shelton conducted the ceremony. Liturgists were Katie Sorey and Mary Evans. Organist Sara Ellington, pianist Ben Tomlinson, and soprano Claire Taylor Leake provided pre-nuptial music. Dr. Robert L. Taylor led in singing at the conclusion of the service.

Matron of honor was the bride’s sister Darrington Lancaster Ludlam of Corinth. Best man was the bridegroom’s brother Nolan Fife McIntyre of Incheon, South Korea. Other attendants included Martha Frances Dalton of Athens, Ga.; Anna Sweat Day, Katie O’Neal Sorey and Laura Adams Jackson of Jackson; Andrea Denniston Guzovsky of Floyd, Va.; Kristen Leanne Fosse of Tallahassee; Katherine Nicholas Fredericks of Dallas; Bryan Scott Horn of Memphis; Kenneth Neal Lancaster Jr. of Corinth; Marsha Christine Mack of Denver; Kathleen Morrison Mitchell of Richmond, Va.; Ivy Kathleen Price of Arcata, Calif.; Virginia Foster Schreiber of Nashville; and Jennifer Gardner Stringfellow of Memphis.

Ushers were Stephen Holland Ludlam of Corinth, and Luke Corrigan McCullen of Chattanooga.


Following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception at the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum.

An engagement party was given by friends of the bride’s family at Hillandale Country Club in Corinth. Jackson friends hosted a party in the home of Carol Biedenharn. A bridesmaids luncheon took place at River Hills Club given by Gail Sweat, Dot Primos and Bill Gober.

The rehearsal dinner, given by the bridegroom’s parents, was held at Iron Horse Grill.

The couple lives in Oxford, where the bridegroom is an instructor in the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Mississippi, and the bride is marketing director for The Inn at Ole Miss.



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