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Wedding licenses

Wedding licenses issued from the office of Register of Deeds J. E. Brindle. 

Caleb Moss to Marlaina Hendershot

Bryan Kluttz II to Kristen Johnson

Jenna Minico to Robert Lebaron, Jr.

Kendra Burnette to Sonia Jimenez Viera

Marcus Robertson to Holly Cameron

Charles Wells to Jennifer Tyner

Jonathan Randall to Yen Duong

Ryan Holmes to Sarah Burrell

Alicia Perdue to Tyler Blume

William Davis to Afton Bean

Jacob Connelly to Gabrielle Vogel

Brandi Shaver to Darren Kimball

Nathan Adkins to Teresa McLaughlin

Kelly Lomax to Bryon Robinson

Michael Shaw to Brandy Brandish

Morris Vanvleet Jr. to Lynn McDaniel

Dustin Roberts to Cynthia Watson

Christopher Sherrill to Sarah Lapratt

Sequioya Harris to Rafael Sanders

Justin Jackson to Abbie Crain

Airmuss Nivens to Kentia Smith

Michael Morris II to Cheyanne Hooks

David Smith to Micah Duncan

Darcie Sparks to Robbie McCraw

Jesse Perry to Summer Hall

Daniel Khan to Alicia Manning

Robert Yockey to Megan Brown

Kenneth Patterson to Bernita Bost

Alexander Messinger to Katherine McSwain

Cesar Balbuena Rufino to Dajah Dillard

Joseph Jarrett to Makaylah Johnson

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