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July 31, 2011

Marriage and divorces licenses from July 16-22

CULLMAN — Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from July 16-22:

‰ Billy Wesley Thompson, 29, and Adrienne Danielle Taylor Ponder, 27, both of Cullman.

‰ Royal Turner Jr., 56, of Hamilton and Janice Faye Phillips, 62, of Cullman.

‰ Chandler Cramer Sublett, 45, of Calera and Doris Marie Whilhite, 41, of Cullman.

‰ Luke Alford Reeves, 41, and Miranda Michelle Whisenhunt Richardson, 28, both of Cullman.

‰ Adam Conrad Whitley, 29, of Warrior and Kendra Eve Jackson, 36, of Arley.

‰ Benjamin Lee Stevens, 30, and Brittney Tyler Briggs, 25, both of Cullman.

‰ Jason N. Mitchell, 33, and Melea Dianne Echols, 32, both of Bremen.

‰ Gary Lee Armstrong, 32, and Anela Smith Myrick, 41, both of Hayden.

‰ Jeffery Dwight Jones, 41, and Deanna Baker Dingler, 41, both of Hanceville.

‰ Carlos Cervantes, 22, and Cinthia Nuñez Sierra, 19, both of Oneonta.

‰ Presston Shae West, 24, of Hanceville and Janna Kensley May, 28, of Cullman.

‰ Timothy Joe Tice, 39, of Decatur and Cynthia Marie Ard Rice, 39, of Cullman.

‰ Thomas Noryan Morrow, 20, of Arab and Tera Diane Hyde, 18, of Cullman.

‰ Nathaniel L. Taylor, 26, of Cambridge, Mass., and Ainsley Elizabeth Stromberg, 25, of Lake Jackson, Texas.

‰ Cody Daniel McNabb, 20, of Vinemont and Mesha Erlene Stephenson, 23, of Cullman.

‰ Kenneth Dale Smith, 43, of Adamsville and Conitha Davis Roberts, 47, of Cullman.

‰ David Allan Smith, 28, of Vinemont and Misty Marie Cluxton, 24, of Valparaiso, Ind.

‰ Joseph Blake Graves, 26, of Mt. Olive and Megan Lyndley Kaetz, 23, of Hayden.

‰ David Wayne Scott, 32, and Jennifer Renae Crawford, 34, both of Cullman.

‰ Michael Joe Cluxton, 28, and Ann M. Wells, 26, both of Cullman.

‰ Keith Bradley Lyell, 21, and Cami Nichole Pierce, 19, both of Cullman.

‰ Justin Tyler Loveless, 23, and Alisha Gayle Grant, 21, both of Birmingham.

‰ Cody Jo Smith, 21, of Vinemont and Heather Lee Brockman, 21, of Hanceville.

‰ Cecil Daniel Barnett, 24, and Kim Marie Barnett Campbell, 37, both of Hanceville.

‰ Vinton Eugene Rockwell Jr., 22, of Vinemont and Laklee Alexandria Shedd, 19, of Holly Pond.

‰ Christopher Lee Trussell, 25, and Deidre Anne Whatley, 25, both of Hanceville.

‰ Kyle Anthony Frost, 20, of Eva and Christen Kay Cobbs, 21, of Joppa.

‰ John Waye Kee, 40, and Angela Lynnette Denton Burks, 40, both of Cullman.

‰ Michael Andrew Moncrief, 20, and Bobbi Alise Gilkey, 25, both of Bremen.

‰ Anthony Douglas Johnson, 27, and Tiffany Ann Goodwin, 24, both of Hanceville.

‰ William T. Simonton Jr., 63, and Tabatha Rena Bivins Shepherd, 42, both of Jasper.

‰ Matthew Jack Davis, 32, and Krista Overby Borden, 32, both of Cullman.

‰ Raymond Byron Butts II, 31, Carrie Lain Crizer Orinko, 37, both of Cullman.

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