- Cullman, Alabama


August 23, 2013

Marriage and divorce licenses for July 24-Aug. 1, 2013

CULLMAN — Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from July 24-Aug. 1:

• Weslie Wayne Tubbs, 25, and Danielle Louise Edge, 24, both of Baileyton.

• Zebulon Reed Ferguson, 31, of Danville and Kerensa Lnn Halbrooks Ford, 32, of Hartselle.

• Cody Alan Reid, 26, and Jasmine Rochelle Malin, 19, both of Cullman.

• Eric Michael Sams, 29, and Kendra Leslie Wilson May, 23, both of Cullman.

• Danny Austin Ray, 26, and Chasity Brooke Chambers, 22, both of Cullman.

• Freddie Dewayne Weldon, 42, and Wynell Day McDonald, 57, both of Hanceville.

• Eric Micheal Hattery, 30, and Katie Renee Bohanon Glover, 29, both of Hanceville.

• Daniel Alexander Ellis, 33, and Halie Shedd Barnett, 31, both of Baileyton.

• William Henry Bynum II, 28, and Jennie Renee Kinard Clapp, 27, both of Hanceville.

• Robert Gene Cordes Jr., 32, and Kristi Leanna Williams, 30, both of Bremen.

• Mark Anthony Thomason, 38, and Sarah R. Mesheimer, 28, both of Cullman.

• Dustin Lee Morgan, 18, and Haley Danielle Roberts, 20, both of Hanceville.

• Gregory Wayne Aycock, 43, and Julie Marie Bright Aycock, 31, both of Cullman.

• Jordan Blake Parker, 18, and Justina Marie Freeman, 18, both of Cullman.

• Spencer Kyle Crumbley, 21, of Cullman and Hannah Brianne Johnson, 20, of Eva.

• Jeffrey Paul Owens, 45, and Bridget Nuss Johnson, 42, both of Hanceville.

• Charles Ronnie Looney, 38, and Kimberly Ann Holmes Jacobs, 37, both of Cullman.

• Nathaniel Ross Hopkins, 27, and Melanie Brooke Sivley, 18, both of Arab.

Here is a look at people who filed for divorce in the Circuit Court of Cullman County from July 25-Aug. 1:

• Leeray Beasley, 40, and Krystal Michelle Close Beasley, 37, both of Addison.

• Joshua Wallace, 26, of Logan and Brittany L. Hopkins Wallace, 26, of Crane Hill.

• Ashley Brock Kent, 36, of Vinemont and Amanda Beth Cooper Kent, 34, of Hanceville.

• James Anthony Dingler, 38, of Vinemont and April Dawn Matson Dingler, 36, of Hayden.

• Thomas M. Holcombe, 49, and Donna J. Morgan Holcombe, 46, both of Cullman.

• Stephen James Crigger, 22, of Falkville and Valerie B. Sylvester Crigger, 21, of Cullman.

• Richard Glenn Winger II, 26, of Clarksville, Tenn., and Heather Lauren Rogers Winger, 28, of Cullman.

• Barry Lynn Childers, 56, of Dora and Donna Marie Salvage Childers, 54, of Hayden.

• William Tyler Auston, 27, of Belmont and Teresa Nichole Williams Auston, 25, of Arley.


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