King-Cornwell wedding

Miss Jennings Cornwell and Mr. Robert Brennen King exchanged vows of marriage on Saturday, June 26, 2010, at Saint Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church in Salter Path, N.C. The Rev. Jamie L'Enfant officiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony. Guests attended a reception at the Coral Bay Club in Atlantic Beach hosted by parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harby Cornwell. On Friday evening, the parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burden King Jr., held a dinner following the rehearsal at the Ocean Club Resort in Salter Path, N.C. The bride's aunts and godmother entertained the bridesmaids and family members of the bride and groom with a breakfast at the Coral Bay Club on Saturday morning. Mrs. King is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harby Cornwell of Greensboro, N.C. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Brown Jennings Jr. of Spartanburg and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Bennette Cornwell Jr. She was presented by the Debutante Club of Spartanburg and the Debutante Club of Greensboro. A graduate of Walter Hines Page High School and Clemson University, the bride is a medical sales representative for Pan American Laboratories. Mr. King is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burden King Jr. of Aiken. He is the grandson of Mrs. Jennings Allen King Grimball of Charleston and the late Mr. Samuel Burden King and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donald Bartro. From his youth, the groom played in Junior Golf (AJGA) tournaments and continued his love of golf on the Clemson University Golf Team. A graduate of South Aiken High School and Clemson University, he is national sales manager for Amercare. The bride was escorted and presented in marriage by her father. Attending as matron of honor was Bennette Cornwell Hopper, sister of the bride. Jean Marie Jennings, first cousin and close friend of the bride, of Charleston, was a bridesmaid. The bridal party also included friends from Clemson University: Ansley Crumpton Smith of Walterboro and Lara Clark Winburn of Columbia; Charlotte friends: Pender Davenport Hollmeyer and Laura Knutson McDermott; and friends formerly of Raleigh, Tiffany King Arrington, now of Houston, Texas, and Casey Lewis Steele now of Austin, Texas. Additional cousins of the bride, Mary Patricia Kiser and Ellie Giles Jennings were greeters at the church while Katherine Lanham Jennings was the bell ringer and Donald Lee Kiser Jr. served as crucifer. Mr. King chose his father, Samuel Burden King Jr. as best man. The groom's Clemson golf teammates, Jonathan Currie Byrd of St. Simons Island, John Douglas Engler Jr. of Augusta and Clemson football team player James Henry Owen III of York were groomsmen. Childhood friends, Timothy Christopher Angelos and Raymond DeLoach Dangerfield, both of Charleston, and Russell Allen Padgett and Thomas Weldon Wyatt, both of Aiken, also attended the groom. Additional groomsmen golfers were friends Jeffrey Ryan Martin of San Antonio, Texas, Carlton Allen Sydnor and Todd Galvin Wigfield, both of Charleston, and brother- in-law Anderson Woods Hopper of Morehead City, N.C. Dexter Ralph Davison, family friend, presented a vocal solo. Readings were offered by the Rev. Jamie L'Enfant and groomsman, Raymond DeLoach Dangerfield. Following a honeymoon trip to the Mayan Riviera of Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. King will reside in Charleston.