- Cullman, Alabama


March 20, 2011

Marriage and divorce licenses from March 5-18

CULLMAN — Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from March 5-18:

‰ Jonathan Kyle McKleroy, 19, and Jessica Lynn Bentley, 20, both of Hanceville.

‰ Michael Albert Armstrong, 26, and Tabatha Lashawn Hill, 25, both of Hartselle.

‰ Joel Clyne Adams, 33, and Mallory August Parris, 33, both of Cullman.

‰ Benjamin Trey Kimbrell, 19, of Hanceville and Trenda Marie Bates, 19, of Cullman.

‰ Eric Wayne Cramer, 23, and Kaleigha Gabreail Moore, 22, both of Arab.

‰ Ron Eugene Pate, 40, and Michelle Lee Hall, 30, both of Blountsville.

‰ William Cecil Bittler, 24, of Vinemont and Katherine Lynn Miller, 23, of College Station, Texas.

‰ Jeremy Daniel Crowe, 25, and Jesica Anna Basenburg, 21, both of Cullman.

‰ Adam Derek Glasscock, 29, and Kristy Lorine Houston, 21, both of Cullman.

‰ Dustin Logan Boone, 22, and Melissa Gail Godfrey Peoples, 29, both of Cullman.

‰ Timothy Edward Davis, 43, and Betty Jean Shaddix Alvis, 38, both of Hanceville.

‰ Jason Andrew Lewis, 24, of Hanceville and Katelyn Blaise Steeley, 25, of Cullman.

‰ Robert Anthony Chapman, 47, and Tina Dawn Brast, 46, both of Vinemont.

‰ Dennis Manuel Hurtado, 41, and Deborah Ann Orr Danielson, 36, both of Cullman.

Here is a look at people who filed for divorce in the Circuit Court of Cullman County from March 5-18:

‰ Benny Gerald Cooper, 43, of Gurley and Deborah Joan Lankford Cooper, 44, of Huntsville.

‰ Abram Keith Stricklin, 29, of Cullman and Alexis Maddox Stricklin, 27, of Vinemont.

‰ William Morris, 51, of Cullman and Gail Durham Morris, 49, of Roanoke.

‰ William C. Self, 20, of Bremen and Jessica Conn Self, 21, of Cullman.

‰ Charles Darrin White, 42, and Vickie Ann White, 41, both of Hanceville.

‰ Daniel R. Holderfield, 43, of Cullman and Lynn D. Corvin Holderfield, 43, of Vinemont.

‰ William Lucas Shaver, 25, and Meagn Lashay Lovvorn Shaver, 24, both of Cullman.

‰ Christopher Bunnell, 41, of Dora and Kay Battles Baggett, 41, of Cullman.

‰ John Edward Mozisek, 47, of Hanceville and Rebecca Faye Ruth Mozisek, 44, of Shiner, Texas.

‰ Jayson L. Greer, 36, and Dawn L. Batemon Greer, 38, both of Vinemont.

‰ Donald Hugh Black, 37, of Falkville and Rebecca Mayhall Black, 40, of Vinemont.

‰ Josh D. West, 39, of Cullman and Tammy Laney West, 33, of Hanceville.

‰ Justin Todd Hill, 23, and Jessica Dean Freeman Hill, 20, both of Cullman.

‰ Steven W. Parmer, 45, and Stacey Johnston Parmer, 41, both of Cullman.

‰ John Wesley Rollins, 41, of Jasper and Bonita Baker Rollins, 47, of Hanceville.

‰ Olen Anthony Lee Wilkins, 28, and Deborah Farrell, 55, both of Cullman.

‰ Ronnie Darrell Williams, 53, and Kimberly Joyce Reeves Williams, 53, both of Crane Hill.

‰ Robert Lee Hall, 24, of West Blockton and Sabrena Leanne Suggs, 26, of Hanceville.

‰ Timothy Leigh Howard, 25, and Amy Christina Christopher Howard, 25, both of Cullman.

‰ David Anthony Watson, 34, of Winder, Ga., and Dangsue Johnson Watson, 33, of Cullman.

‰ Scott Allen Hagemore, 30, and Crystal Leigh Ellis Hagemore, 28, both of Cullman.

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