- Cullman, Alabama


November 29, 2012

Marriage and divorce licenses for Nov. 22-29

CULLMAN — Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from Nov. 22-29:

‰ Daniel Jay Floyd, 27, of Desmoines, Iowa, and Ashley Lashea Drinkard, 28, of Cullman.

‰ Larry Wayne Cryer, 50, and Robin McCormick Gable, 47, both of Holly Pond.

‰ Justin Richard Smith, 22, and Leah Marie Nuss, 26, both of Hanceville.

‰ Carl Stremel Jr., 54, and Carla Gene Pitts Jackson, 44, both of Warrior.

‰ Mark Wayne Henley, 34, and Kellie Renea Hampton Waldrop, 34, both of Cullman.

‰ Bryan Keith Arrington, 38, of Bessemer and Kristi Craig, 47, of Mt. Olive.

‰ Mitchell Aaron Cupp, 19, and Lesli Sheree Nelson, 20, both of Hanceville.

‰ Barney Clark Breedlove, 38, of Cullman and Chelsea Moray Taylor, 19, of Hanceville.

‰ Samuel Joseph Hook, 23, and Leah Lynn Drinkard, 24, both of Vinemont.

‰ William Michael Dively, 29, Winchester, Tenn., and Kristin Marie Smith, 24, of Madison.

‰ Jason Royce Thomas, 32, and Kasey Nichole Willbanks Bishop, 29, both of Bremen.

‰ Jeremy Tipton Fout, 38, and Terra Jean Redding, 34, both of Cullman.

‰ Johnathon Blake Howell, 22, and Taylor Aleece Brown, 19, both of Cullman.

Here is a look at people who filed for divorce in the Circuit Court of Cullman County from  Nov. 22-29:

‰ William Mark Maddux, 49, and Uneeda Horton Gunter Maddux, 49, both of Cullman.

‰ Scott Anthony Griffin, 34, and Kalina Jo McClellan Griffin, 30, both of Holly Pond.

‰ Harold Williams, 55, and Carolyn Williams, 62, both of Bremen.

‰ David Allen Davis, 24, of Cullman and Allie Lashelle Randolph Davis, 20, of Hanceville.

‰ Joshua A. Cochran, 26, of Vinemont and Brittany L. Haynes Cochran, 23, of Hanceville.

‰ Michael Lambert, 31, of Eva and Jennifer Lambert, 32, of Cherokee.

‰ Kenneth Denoy Kilgo, 55, and Marsha Karen Jones Kilgo, 50, both of Cullman.

‰ William John Gibson, 59, and Geraldine Scott Gibson, 58, both of Hanceville.

‰ Ronald L. Clark, 65, of Tuscumbia and Rhonda Clark, 58, of Cullman.

‰ Glenn T. Boatright, 26, of Vinemont and Windy Boatright, 33, of Holly Pond.

‰ Daniel Norlander, 51, of Arab and Teresa Norlander, 46, of Cullman.

‰ Joshua Andrew Pace, 25, and Stephanie Leanne Allen Pace, 26, both of Cullman.

‰ Merritt Marcus Robbins II, 49, of New Hope and Deleta Mechel Hillis Robbins, 42, of Vinemont.

‰ Kenneth Bryan Elliott, 52, and Angela Renay Johnston, 49, both of Cullman.

‰ Matthew Brian Lancaster, 34, of Kimberly and Amber Day Gardner Lancaster, 32, of Cullman.

‰ Norman Price Clingan, 67, and Melva Gayle Roberson Clingan, 60, both of Cullman.

‰ Jerry Wayne Dingler, 44, and Delana W. Hardin Dingler, 26, both of Cullman.

‰ Gordon Battles, 41, and Heather Grant Battles, 41, both of Cullman.

‰ Glenn Tracy Harris Jr., 27, of Vinemont and Haley Nicole Carter Harris, 26, of Dallas, Texas.

‰ Joseph Giles Steelman, 38, and Nicola Elizabeth Burgess Steelman, both of Somerville.

‰ Jeromy McAnally, 39, and Toni Dinkle McAnally, 34, both of Hanceville.

‰ Stephen Harold Phillips, 38, and Cynthia Dawn Pearson Phillips, 38, both of Cullman.

‰ Jason Matthew Dobbs, 26, and Brittany Michelle York Dobbs, 24, both of Cullman.

‰ Makoto Hashiguchi, 33, and Christen Whaley Hashiguchi, 23, both of Cullman.

‰ Sandip Patel, 29, of Cullman and Allison Lashell Fossett, 24, of Hanceville.


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