Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


September 25, 2013

Marriage licenses (Published Sept. 25, 2013)


Roger Dean Allen, 55, to Angela Dean Thompson, 51, both of Cookeville.

Aug. 28

Randy Alexander Cochran, 39, of Springhill, FL, to Jennifer Anne Beckett, 42, of Seffner, FL.

Aug. 29

Michael Dean Spigner, 47, to Sheri Gail Crain, 41, both of Crossville.

James Edward Shannon, 55, to Lisa Ann Robinson, 47, both of Crossville.

Aug. 30

Warren James Holton, 43, to Carrie Lynn Fletcher, 38, both of Crossville.

Scotty Ray England, 45, to Lisa Michelle Sherrell, 46, both of Rockwood.

Ernest Gordon Kerley III, 27, to Amanda Brooke Presley, 23, both of Crossville.

Michael Paul Smith, 31, of Crossville, to Iva Lee Norris, 27, of Pleasant Hill.

Larry Dale Hannah Jr., 29, to Abbelonia Divinity Blaylock, 24, both of Crossville.

Sept. 3

Adam Edward Wagner, 28, to Lucinda Sue Moore, 29, both of Crossville.

Michael Robert Webster, 22, to Whitney Nicole Easterwood, 20, both of Crossville.

Christian Alexander Stephens, 21, to Jomary Garcia, 23, both of Crossville.

Roy Mitchell Nieto, 21, to Amanda Deann Wilson, 21, both of Crossville.

Sept. 5

Zachary Dean Stults, 21, to Kimberly Michelle Deck, 19, both of Crossville.

Robert Odeal Looper, 37, to Rebecca Eugenia Brown, 36, both of Crossville.

Sept. 6

Roger Dale Lunsford, 55, to Shirley Patricia Lunsford, 54, both of Crossville.

Jeremy Aaron O'Neal, 32, to Stephanie Renea Lee, 28, both of Crossville.

Sept. 9

Gregory Anthony Pilgrim, 29, to Deena Michelle Hernandez, 30, both of Crossville.

Gary Robert Buie, 61, to Stephanie Lynn Cooke, 56, both of Crossville.

Sept. 10

Kenneth Lee Garriott, 77, of Lincoln, IL, to Linda Jane Tripplett, 66, of Middletown, IL.

Sept. 11

Benjamin Eli Threet, 30, to Kelsey Marie Lewis, 20, both of Crossville.

Sept. 12

Benjamin Chase Breeding, 27, to Allison Brittany Card, 24, both of Crossville.

Anthony Shane Waldridge, 28, to Cayla Rae Hawkins, 24, both of Taylorsville, KY.

Sept. 13

Donald Ryan Gibson, 25, to Alesha Hope Clark, 26, both of Crossville.

William Owen Russell, 30, to Heather Lynn Doss, 23, both of Monterey.

Ryan Christopher Possman, 28, to Melissa Anne Morey, 28, both of Crossville.

Justin Michael McCoy, 25, to Melanie Grace Eaton, 20, both of Crossville.

Sept. 16

Christopher Lee Jenkins, 21, to Corey Ellen Carter, 21, both of Rockwood.

Anthony Jason Pirtle, 33, to Teella Catherine Insco, 31, both of Crossville.

Bruce Terry Horn, 66, to Mary Jane Ware, 62, both of Crossville.

Sept. 19

William Alexander Bryan, 71, of Ten Mile, to Wilma Jean Hall, 66, of Clarkrange.

Stephen Meyer Kraft, 60, to Jean Marie Roise, 53, both of Crossville.

James Anthony Parrott, 41, to Jennifer Nicole Kirby, 29, both of Crossville.

Ronnie Nathan Lewis, 34, to Melissa Ann Green, 37, both of Crossville.

Sept. 20

Brian Thurman Lee Doss, 27, of Jamestown, to Kayla Danielle Ramsey, 24, of Crossville.

Cory Douglas Johnson, 21, of Oakdale, to Shannon Leann Kindred, 23, of Rockwood.

Danny Keith Bilyeu, 59, to Regina Lynne McCartt, 47, both of Crossville.

Carl Douglas Walker, 56, to Georgia Hope Reynolds, 49, both of Crossville.

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