Mrs. Nancy Redmond Manierre of Halfway, Va. and Howard Langdon McVitty of Middleburg will be married on Saturday, September 24.

Mrs. Manierre, who runs a horse (farm and raises thorough-breds, is a graduate of the Foxcroft School and has been Foxcroft Alumnae Secretary since 1965. She is the widow of Cyrus Edson Manierre and has two sons, Carter Harrison Manierre of Clearwater, Fla. and Redmond Livingston Manierre of Chadds Ford, Pa. Her mother, Mrs. Redmond Toerge of Little Cotland Farm, The Plains, Va., is a well-known foxhunter and owner of show horses and those on the point-to-point circuit. Her father is the late Geraldyn Livingston Redmond of Brookville, L.I.

Mr. McVitty, deputy general manager of Aziziah International, Saudi Arabia, has had a distinguished twenty-year career in the U.S. Foreign Service and later with other foreign government and private international enterprises. An alumnus of the Woodberry Forest School, Lawrenceville School, and The Hun School, he served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. His marriage to the former Suzanne Cushman ended in divorce. He has three sons: Howard Jr., now serving in the U.S. Navy, Thomas Edward II and Philip Quinby. Mr. McVitty is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Quinby McVitty of Garden City, L.I. Mr. McVitty Sr. was a noted horseman who bred and raced Peterski, the 1948 winner of the Maryland Hunt Cup and also bred the famous timber horse, Cormac.

After their marriage the couple will reside in Middleburg.