The Lauderdale County Circuit Clerk’s Office issued the following marriage licenses the last week:
Christopher Lewis Stump and Julia Lynne Pollman
William Randolph Peterson and Karie Lynn Pompelia
Lawrence McFarland and Alonda Chinique McFarland
Bryan Christopher Foster and Shannon Jean McKinney
Applicants seeking a marriage license must first obtain a blood test and file for the license within 30 days of the blood test. Applicants also must produce a form of identification, parental consent if under age 21 and $22 before a marriage license will be issued. Licenses issued in Mississippi can only be used in Mississippi.
The Lauderdale County Chancery Court recorded the following divorces in the last week:
Zachary Moton and Robin Campbell Moton
Robert Alan Seep and Tracy William Seep
Ronnie Lee Womack and Merri May Gaither
Keith Alan Slade and Karen Gibbs Slade
Gregory C. Mitchell and Janice B. Mitchell
Calvin Eugene Mills and Tammy Hendon Mills
Johnny Karedose Green and Tekeyla Toole Green
William Demorio Thedford and Tonisha Jackson Thedford
Edwin Edmonds and Brandy Edmonds
James Townsend and Palitha Dorris Townsend
Albert Benjamin Chislom and Stephanie Renee Chislom
Thomas Meek and Paula Perez Meek
Charles O. Gray Jr. and Alicia Reeves Gray
Richard Edward Salter and Betty Ann Salter
Natie Lamar Taylor and Earline Wall Taylor
Willie J. Hedgepeth and Linda D. Thomas
Josh S. White and Ashley W. White
Perry Alan Knight and Dannia Scarbrough Knight
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