The Moore American


February 15, 2012

Matter of Record

MOORE — Marriages

The following marriage licenses recently were filed in Cleveland County District Court:

Tracy Nicole Landolt, 24, and Cory Shaun Peters, 22

Amy Dawn Linnemann, 36, and Marcus Lee Peters, 34

Kathy Jean McMillan, 52, and Steven Roger Griffith, 54

Rachel Louise Bethke, 24, and John Harold Foster, 25

Manisha Jayesh Ragha, 23, and Bhumil Dilipbhai Patel, 25

Rachel Elizabeth Hall, 31, and Barry Melvin Brown, 36

Lauren Marlee Sikes, 21, and Dillon Ryan Turpin, 20

Crystal Jean Evans, 26, and Javonte Onterrio Gray, 26

Jennifer Lynn Pierce, 37, and Joseph Tyler Proctor, 28

Angela Ann Sewell, 33, and Jeffrey Glenn Dawson, 35

Silvia Lopez Smith, 52, and Michael David Smith, 41

Antonia Iveth Ridriguez Burrola, 26, and Victor Alfonso Becerra Rosas, 25

Elizabeth Jane Box, 21, and Jake Ryan George, 21

Alma Jean McBrayer, 67, and James Pratt, 59

Mikaela Rashae Coy, 25, and Solomon Berhie Gebreyohannes, 26

Carol Lynet Delacruz, 50, and Stanley Wayne Stubblefield, 61

Sarah C. Adams, 28, and Tyler Dee Webb, 27

Ladonna Kay Duke, 51, and Doyle Lynn Eddings, 52

Kailyn Michelle Manalus, 18, and Charles Reid Conat, 19

Kristal Ann Samsel, 40, and Frank Edward Valley Sr., 44


The following divorces recently were granted in Cleveland County District Court:

Spores, Douglass Glenn vs. Jackie Regan

Commuri, Sesh vs. Yerra, Vanama

Wilson, Nancy Gwin vs. David Riley

Hampton, Tammy M. vs. Stephen A.

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