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July 15, 2012

07-15-12 Marriages & Divorces

MERIDIAN — Marriages

    The Lauderdale County Circuit Court Clerk's Office issued the following marriage licenses last week.

    Timothy Franklin Kelly Jr. and Brikley Stormi-Danyele Fairchild

    Caleb Benson Alexander and Brittney Ann Tomberlin

    Calvin Rushing Mayall and Wende Leigh Estes

    John Michael McDonald Jr. and Juliet Wells Howarth

    Stephen Andrew Nicholas and Rhonda Michelle Reed

    Eugene Raymond Major Jr. and Mildred Faye Cole

    Marshall Robert Covey and Kristye Noelle Baker

    James Brandon Lawson and Janalyn Naomi Zaluda

    Alex Payne and Jaquite Chiquita Johnigan

    Anthony Jared Keene and Rachel Nicole Griffo

    David Spenser Hudson and Ruth Suzanne Carlisle

    Brandon Karl McElroy and Stacy Renee Chambers

    Christopher James Cox and Laura Ann White


    Marriage applications may be picked up by anyone, faxed or e-mailed and returned to the circuit clerks office in advance. Both parties will need to be present to sign all final paperwork with the proper identification before the marriage license can be issued. Parental consent is needed if under the age of 21. Licenses issued in Mississippi can only be used in Mississippi. If you have any questions, call the circuit clerks office at (601) 482-9731.


    The Lauderdale County Chancery Court Clerk's Office recorded the following divorces last week.

    Stephanie Thompson Inshetski and Donald Anthony Inshetski

    Sarah Tabb McElheny and Jeffrey A. McElheny

    Lawanda Smith Nicks and Ricky Nicks Sr.

    Kimberly Watkins Randle and Steven Jerome Randle

    Sylvia Yvonne Alford and Timothy Ray Alford

    Caleb P. Campbell and Crystal Lynn Partaka

    Jennifer Chesney McGlothin and Raymon L. McGlothin

    Shanda L. Cargile and Victor A. Cargile

    Robert Wilson and Racquel Wilson

    Patricia Lacole Hill and Joseph John Hill

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