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January 20, 2018

David William Cecil III and Jennifer Emily Aiken

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Jennifer Emily Aiken and David William Cecil III, both of Charleston, were united in marriage, Satuday, January 20, 2018, at the William Aiken House in Charleston.
       The Rev. John Hamilton Smith, Jr. performed the 4p.m. ceremony.
        The bride, who was escorted by her father, is the daughter of Mrs. Dominique Usry Holt of Charleston, and Mr. & Mrs. Jefferson Boone Aiken III of Florence. She is the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Margie Williams Strand of Florence, the late Mr. John Calvin Usry of Savanah, and the late Mr. & Mrs. Jefferson Boone Aiken Jr. of Florence.   
        The bride is a graduate of The University of South Carolina and employed by the Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.
       The groom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. David William Cecil II of Spartanburg. He is the grandson of the late Mr. & Mrs. Edward Smith Tennent III, and the late Mr. & Mrs. David Cecil, all of Spartanburg.
       The groom is a graduate of Clemson University and employed by Port City Homes in Charleston.
        Matron of Honor was Mrs. Mary Margaret Aiken Manning, sister of the bride. Junior Bridesmaid was Miss Ann Bethea Cecil, daughter of the groom.
         Best Man was Mr. David William Cecil II, father of the groom. Junior Groomsman was Master David William Cecil IV, son of groom.
       Music for the ceremony and reception was provided by Finnegan Bell at the William Aiken House.
       The couple will make their home in Charleston and enjoy a wedding trip at a later date.

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