The Lauderdale County Circuit Court Clerk's Office issued the following marriage licenses last week.
Ervin Lee Houston Jr. and Latonya Sharee Bradley
Jeffrey James Vawters and Jerrica Sharnise Jennings
Robert James Manning and Amanda Nicole Sharplin
Jonathan Lee Alen and Daisy Michelle Adcock
Eric Arnold Howington and Debbie Lynn Jordan
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.
Richard Scott Brantley and Veronica L. Brantley
Norvell Hart Johnson and Charmel McKenzie
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