Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Lifestyles

August 14, 2013

Marriage licenses (Published Aug. 14, 2013)

CROSSVILLE — July 29

Raymond Robert Russell Henry, 29, to Whitney Ann Young, 22, both of Crossville.

July 30

James Keith Griffith, 42, to Michelle Jeanene Johnson, 45, both of Crossville.

July 31

Joseph Ryan Skowronski, 29, to Ashley Marie Feltz, 28, both of Lima, OH.

David Blake Shillings, 20, to Colby Jene Bridges, 21, both of Crossville.

Adam Mitchell Clements, 27, to Glenda Leann Sands, 27, both of Crossville.

Aug. 1

William Clayton Coulter, 29, of Jamestown, to Bethany Dawn George, 27, of Crossville.

Aug. 2

Kerry Glen Eller, 39, to Misty Dawn Tucker, 33, both of Crossville.

William Travis Stephens, 26, to Samantha Lyghann Fish, 25, both of Crossville.

Gabriel Lynn Clayborn, 24, to Shannon Marie Larsen, 27, both of Crossville.

Jacob Randall Davenport, 27, to Kelli Grace Tipton, 22, both of Crossville.

Aug. 5

Jeffrey Louis Santiago, 59, to Blythe Marie McColley, 50, both of Homestead, FL.

Michael Amasa Smith, 43, to Tahisha Ann Freeman, 39, both of Crossville.

Shaun Michael Hinds, 24, to Emily Diane Miles, 21, both of Crossville.

Aug. 6

George Robert Davis, 54, to Janis Neal LaFeir, 66, both of Rockwood.

David Carrington Harris, 57, to Terri Lyn Martin, 49, both of Crossville.

Aug. 9

Dustin Cecil Burgess, 23, to Delinda Jewell Moberly, 38, both of Crossville.

Robert Michael Landis, 35, to Carrie Amanda Pedigo, 34, both of Crossville.

Tommy Randal Smith, 24, to Katie Marie Pasquinelly, 21, both of Crossville.

William Everett Benge, 26, to Fawn Marie Norris, 25, both of Crossville.

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