- Cullman, Alabama


October 5, 2012

Marriage and divorce license for Sept. 23-Oct. 5

CULLMAN — Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from Sept. 23-Oct. 5:

‰ Daniel Jerome Thomas, 29, and Leeanna Marie Staples, 27, both of Cullman.

‰ Christopher Michael Brannan, 36, and Misty Partridge Harris, 42, both of Vinemont.

‰ Spencer William Cameron, 22, of Cullman and April Danyale Miller, 21, of Huntsville.

‰ Christopher Terrance Bell, 25, and Melissa Anne Stricklin, 20, both of Warrior.

‰ Charles Edward McDaniel, 50, and Rhonda Marie McDaniel, 45, both of Falkville.

‰ Terry Wade Gilliland, 51, of Cullman and Kimberly Lynn Clayton, 44, of Vinemont.

‰ James Wesley Chambers, 34, and Sophia Margarette Parker Payne, 30, both of Cullman.

‰ Daniel Robert Rothermel, 48, and Teresa Elaine Johnson Tyler, 47, both of Cullman.

‰ Nathan Wayne Cain, 29, and Taylor Renee Parker, 21, both of Vinemont.

‰ Barry Dean Zoetewey Jr., 19, and Brianna Lynn Kendrick, 18, both of Hanceville.

‰ Jerry Wayne Blair, 63, of Boaz and Donna Kay Swann, 50, of Cullman.

‰ Dan Lee Johnson, 35, and Tamela Jo Henderson, 29, both of Cullman.

‰ Matthew Chamberlain Howell II, 25, and Brittany Jade McLeroy, 24, both of Cullman.

‰ Matthew Aubrey Pinkerton, 21, and Natasha Paige Harris, 20, both of Joppa.

‰ Charles Vernon Beam, 33, of Addison and Jessica Lee Handley, 22, of Cullman.

‰ Joshua Seth White, 22, and Heather Rebecca White, 23, both of Warrior.

‰ Brett Mitchell Gurley, 22, and Ashleigh Ann Hacker, 22, both of Mt. Olive.

‰ Brandon Keith Rasco, 25, of Cullman and Jennifer Irene Keith, 23, of Morris.

‰ Joshua Clayton Thacker, 23, and Jessica Christine Grigsby, 19, both of Cullman.

‰ Bradley James Flowers, 26, and Emily Erin Olson, 19, both of Falkville.

‰ Eric Allen Cornelius, 30, and Kelsey Gail Dunagan, 23, both of Cullman.

‰ Benjamin Tanner Scalf, 22, of Crane Hill and Keitha Nikol Swain, 26, of Cullman.

‰ Steven Mathew Smith, 56, of Vinemont and Angela Renee Knighten, 31, of Cullman.

‰ Matthew Wesley Carroll, 27, and Stephanie Lynn Crandall, 24, both of Cullman.

‰ Adam Dan Weaver, 37, of Holly Pond and Jessica Renee Loyd, 27, of Baileyton.

‰ Virgle Glenn Trousdale, 26, and Jessica Megan Lee, 24, both of Hanceville.

‰ Brad Lewis Hamilton, 35, and Kelley Renee Freeman, 35, both of Cullman.

‰ William Blake Addison, 34, and Jennifer Lynn Cornelius Ward, 40, both of Haleyville.

‰ Thomas Wayne Stevenson II, 20, and Chariti Amber Farr, 21, both of Hanceville.

‰ Jerel Wendel Reeves, 45, and Danelle Gagnon Bone, 40, both of Douglasville.

‰ Brent Lee Smothers, 23, and Katherine Nicole Jones, 21, both of Cullman.

‰ James Joseph Spadaro III, 26, of Raleigh, N.C., and Christina Danielle McWhorter, 24, of Bremen.

‰ Jeffrey Clay Byrom, 29, and Kala Lenea Quick, 23, both of Vinemont.

‰ Clyde Valter Saint, 58, and Mary Harris Reid, 60, both of Cullman.

‰ Lawrence Raymond Duffy Jr., 30, and Amanda Faye Haggermaker Kimbril, 37, both of Cullman.

‰ Ronald Todd Noel, 43, of Pinson and Lori Suzanne Cole Clayton, 44, of Vinemont.

‰ Wesley Delone Graham, 21, and Terra Danielle Alger, 20, both of Cullman.

‰ Brijesh Shankarbhai Patel, 30, and Christan Celia Atchley, 26, both of Hanceville.

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