- Cullman, Alabama


November 22, 2013

Marriage licenses and divorces for Nov. 6-20, 2013

CULLMAN — Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from Nov. 6-20:

• Chase Aaron Crider, 27, and Helen Marie Marks, 34, both of Cullman.

• Joseph Trennon Adams, 28, of Cullman and Kayla Danielle Hudgins, 19, of Eva.

• T.J. Jerome Owens, 23, and Stacy Renee Smith, 23, both of Cullman.

• Daniel Lee Keenum, 26, and Heatherly Summer Williams, 27, both of Eva.

• Lucas Van Jordan, 21, and Elisabeth Caroline Kern, 19, both of Cullman.

• Matthew Jon Teichmiller, 24, of Vinemont and Anne Therese Gil, 20, of Hanceville.

• Stephen L. Williams, 53, of Jasper and Michelle Chandler Stacks, 49, of Cullman.

• Joseph Paul Mallory, 30, and Jan Denise Foreman Miller, 42, both of Cullman.

• Colton Lee Maples, 18, of Hartselle and Brandi Lecole Hunter, 21, of Vinemont.

• William Harold Brannon, 48, of Trafford and Stacy Jane Alverson, 48, of Cullman.

• John Jason Smith, 43, and Sarah Evelyn Lenning Hagood, 43, both of Vinemont.

• Walter Scott Morrison, 29, of Cullman and April Elizabeth Mae Thornton, 20, of Hanceville.

• Tyler Justin Kelsoe, 24, of Holly Pond and Spencer Elizabeth Johnson, 20, of Arab.

• Timothy Ryan Pigman Jr., 18, and Kimberly Ivenia Kitts, 18, both of Vinemont.

• Thomas Michael Warren, 37, and Heather Marie Perreault, 37, both of Cullman.

• Terry K. Lowry, 64, and Deborah Seibert Steeley, 58, both of Cullman.

• Roy Miller Ramsey, 56, and Jamie Taylor Trimble, 36, both of Cullman.

• Jeremy Taylor Hollingsworth, 38, of Hanceville and Amanda Sharp Bunch, 35, of Cullman.

• Jesse Dwight Gregory, 19, and Nirvana Mercedez Lynn Durham, 18, both of Cullman.

• Matthew Terry Jones, 22, and Ashley Dawn Cooley, 24, both of Cullman.

• Robert Gregory Speegle, 50, and Sheryl Lynn Laatz, 45, both of Vinemont.

• Richard Franklin Scruggs, 23, and Sylvia Leatrice Carter, 22, both of Cullman.

• Joe Nathan Glover Jr., 44, and Carline McCutcheon Cruce, 38, both of Hanceville.

• Kenneth Shane Guthery, 37, and Candice Lorraine Brown, 33, both of Hanceville.

• Raymond Webster Jewett, 76, and Alma Denise Russell Hubbard, 55, both of Florence.

• Breon Ravi Ford, 28, of Cavesprings, Ga., and Courtney Sorrell Corley, 24, of Cullman.

• Joseph Lynn Harris, 26, and Brandy Marie Dingler, 21, both of Eva.

• Dylan Matthew Green, 18, of Hayden and Angela Marie Sanders, 191, of Oneonta.

• Malcolm Kirby Jr., 56, and Rebecca Wright Hampton, 60, both of Hartselle.

• Jason Emerson Busby, 32, and Leigh Ann Speer Jordan, 28, both of Cullman.

Here is a look at people who were granted a divorce in the Circuit Court of Cullman County from Nov. 6-20:

• Brian Eugene Breed, 40, and Cathy Louise Lowe Breed, 56, both of Warrior.

• Timothy Dale Lollar, 51, and Cheryl Lee Ragland Lollar, 46, both of Pinson.

• Robert Keith Hooper, 39, and Monica Michelle Adams Hooper, 36, both of Holly Pond.

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