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Moore, Stockton

By Staff
Hear ye! Hear ye!
Family and friends traveled back to 16th century England through the Forest Trails of Covington Glen as Lady Kimberly Stockton and Lord Ripper Moore were united in marriage during a Renaissance wedding at the Castle Gwynn in Arrington, Tenn., on the 23rd day of June in the year of our Lord 2001.
Parents of the bride are Lord Russell and Lady Cathy Stockton.
Lady Kimberly's grandparents are Lord and Lady Edd Switzer of Little Rock. Her uncle and aunt are Lord and Lady Danny Hatcher of Bailey and Lord and Lady Ricky Switzer of Ervin, Texas. She also has many relatives scattered through the Meridian Glen.
Lady Kimberly just returned from a European trip while working with "Disney on Ice." My Lady wore a Renaissance wedding dress of her own design.
The wedding party also wore Renaissance costumes of her design.

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