Engagement: Hannah Lynn Carr + Benton Cole Witt

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Carr of Mooreville,  Miss., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Hannah Lynn to Benton Cole Whitt, son of Mr. Ricky Whitt of Fulton and Mrs. Debbie Whitt of Mooreville, Miss.

Hannah Lynn is the granddaughter of the late Mr. Charles Gene Robins of Tupelo, Miss., the late Mrs. Barbra Basil of New Albany, Miss., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Carr of Tupelo, Miss.

The bride elect graduated from Mooreville High School, where she was named Miss MHS, Homecoming Queen, Class Favorite, and Most Witty.

In December 2014, she graduated from Itawamba Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree. While attending ICC, Hannah Lynn was a member of the Indian Delegation.

Currently, Hannah Lynn works as a chaplain at Camellia Hospice.

Benton is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Marion Devaughn of Mooreville, Miss., and Mrs. Peggy Whitt and the late Mr. Bobby Whitt of Fulton, Miss.

The prospective groom graduated from Mooreville High School in 2010, where he received the All-Division distinction in football.

In 2013, Benton graduated from Itawamba Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree.

He is currently employed at Girlie Girl Originals.

Benton and Hannah Lynn will exchange vows at 4:30 p.m. on November 4, 2017 at Kingfisher Lodge in Verona, Miss. Reception will follow after the wedding ceremony at the same location. Friends and family are invited to attend.

Photos by Marty Petit Photography
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