News of record 5/7/12

Published 10:46am Monday, May 7, 2012

Marriage licenses

— Jeremy Scott Shamblin, 30, and Haley Nicole Fuhr, 21, both of Lawrence County.

— Timothy Joe Blagg Jr., 24, and Brittany Nicole Norris, 20, both of Lawrence County.

— Michael Eugene McKenzie, 40, and Pebbles Lynn Bowman, 36, both of Lawrence County.

— David Michael Knipp, 20, and Ashley Nicole Baisden, 19, both of Lawrence County.

— Jared William Thomas, 23, and Stephanie Elaine Mach, 25, both of Cabell County, W.Va.

— Kevin Ray Wilson, 31, and Tiffany Ashley Coventry, 18 both of Lawrence County.

— Sean Zachariah Wears,, 22, and Kristen Olivia Hall, 20, both of Greenup County, Ky.

— Mitchell Todd Setliff, 44, and Linda Ann Maddox 41, both of Lawrence County.

— Ronald Vernon Saunders, 61, and Pamela Faye Johnson, 56, both of Lawrence County.

— Mark Avery Aliff, 28, and Jennifer Lynn Castle, 25, both of Scioto County.

— Daniel Joseph Pickens, 34, and Samantha Nicole Carpenter, 27, both of Cabell County, W.Va.

— Charles William Curtis, 58, and De Etta Lee Leonard, 57, both of Lawrence County.

— Roger Eugene Gosselin, 46, of Scioto County, and Kathryn Mae Brock, 43, of Lawrence County.


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