Davenport, Lee are wed

Published 12:00 am Sunday, September 28, 2008

Fred Curtis Davenport and Tracie Trishell Lee were married in a double-ring ceremony at 3 p.m. Aug. 9, 2008, at Vicksburg City Auditorium.

The bride is the daughter of James Bethley of California and Deborah Nunnally of Vicksburg. She is the granddaughter the late Ike and Bernice Lee of Vicksburg.

The groom is the son of Lucy Davenport of Vicksburg and the late Annie Davenport. He is the grandson of Richard Lee Davis and Rosa Conner Davis of Vicksburg.

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The bride was given in marriage by James Bethley Jr. and Therington Nunnally. She wore a satin, halter-style ballgown with a beaded-lace bodice trimmed in beaded, cut-out appliques. A cathedral-length train finished the gown.

Maid of honor was Brenda Hill of Vicksburg. Matron of honor was Angela Knight of Tallulah. Bridesmaids were Victoria Allen, Jacquelyn Nunnally, Ronda Lee and Tommye Kline, all of Vicksburg; and Latonia Whitney, Jessica Whitney and Donna Boyd, all of Tallulah.

Flower girls were Jazmyne Lee and Mi’Kieia Rader, both of Vicksburg.

Charles Washington of Vicksburg served as best man. Groomsmen were Jamal Lee, Mathis Lee, Gabriel Davenport, Jerry Davenport, Herbert Williams, Danny Wilson and James Johnson, all of Vicksburg.

Ushers were Frederick Davenport, Bobby Clark Jr., Xavier Floyd and Charles Washington Jr., all of Vicksburg.

Ring bearer was Jamal Lee Jr. of Vicksburg.

Jamiya Lee of Vicksburg served as miniature bride. Kevin Williams Jr. of Vicksburg served as miniature groom.

Bible carrier was Sean Allen Jr. of Vicksburg.

A reception followed at the auditorium.

Hostesses were Cheryl Lee, Jemera Davenport, Mary Anderson and Debra Potts.

The couple will make their home in Vicksburg. The bride is employed with The Pantry, and the groom is employed at Fred’s Barber Shop.

Out-of-town guests were from Illinois, Tennessee, Louisiana, North Carolina, Georgia, California, Texas, Michigan, Missouri and various areas in Mississippi.