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Jamie Renee Byrum of Wilson and John Walter Holt Etringer of West Point, New York were married in a 5:30 p.m. ceremony June 22 at The Barn at Cedar Hill in Salisbury. Randy Jessup officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Michele and Doug Inscoe of Wilson and W. Lane and Jan Byrum of Indian Trail. She is the granddaughter of Sarah Propes of Wilson and the late Norris Propes. and Joyce Byrum of Matthews, Marshall and Gloria Garmon of Alachua, Florida and Walter and Barbara Inscoe of Wilson. Parents of the groom are Karen Etringer of Mayodan and the late Walter Etringer. He is the grandson of Alice Etringer and the late Walter Etringer of Merrick, New York, and the late Charles and Josephine Reece of Elkin.

The bride graduated from Fike High School and UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in child development and family studies. The groom graduated from McMichael High School and West Point Military Academy with a degree in law and legal studies. He is employed with the U.S. Army.

The bride was escorted by her father.

Dana Byrum of Wilmington, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Bailey Norfleet of Wilson, Sarah Medlin of Greenville, Taylor Darrow of Durham and Lindsay Packey of Durham.

Flower girls were Mari Wolfe of Wilmington, bride’s niece and Greenlee Wolfe of Wilmington, bride’s niece.

Groomsmen were Sang Bae of Los Angeles, California; Michael Lee of Los Angeles, California; and Sai Kumar of Orlando, Florida.

Saber-bearers were Trudy Bonner of Patterson, New Jersey, Luke Wilson of Radford, Virginia, Nathen Lopez of Chicago, Illinois, Tyler Young of Orlando, Florida, and Malachi Leece of Joplin, Missouri.

Ring-bearer was William Hollowell of Eden.

Chase Schult of Alexandria, Virginia and Trevor Corns of Johnson City, Tennessee, served at best men.

Following the ceremony, a reception was hosted by the parents of the bride at The Barn at Cedar Hill in Salisbury.

A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the mother of the groom at The Barn at Cedar Hill.