The Lauderdale County Circuit Court Clerk's Office issued the following marriage licenses last week.
Kevin Ellis Thompson and Elizabeth Lard
Robert Earl Hughes and Olivia Jean Miller
William Robert Williams and Barbara Jean Williams
Adrian Britain Naylor and Consuella Antonja Leflore
Otha Leon Ballard and Martha Carolyn Swain
Rolando Lee Sanford and Alexis Dionne Chaney
Alan Duane Driskill and Patricia Ann Sanders
Tyler Jay Mitchell and Olivia Mae Pilgrim
Cordarle Barcus Portis and Ebony Saundria Wade
Mark Alan Stephens and Teresa Lynne Richardson
Rodger Earl Enzor and Christy Lynn Chatham
Deandre Sedricus Cole and Brittney Ladawn Chisolm
Henry Junior King and Robbyn Latrice Bolton
Terrance Lovell Willis and Cathy Renee Haney
Stanley Ray Shearer and Carrie Lynn Hammond
Kevin Hardy Cox and Sarah Beth Mathis
Joshua Andrew Moore and Meria Ann Moore
Marriage applications may be picked up by anyone, faxed or e-mailed and returned to the circuit clerks office in advance. Both parties will need to be present to sign all final paperwork with the proper identification before the marriage license can be issued. Parental consent is needed if under the age of 21. Licenses issued in Mississippi can only be used in Mississippi. If you have any questions, call the circuit clerks office at 601-482-9731.
The Lauderdale County Chancery Court Clerk's Office recorded the following divorces last week.
Shelia Joiner Lewis and Cary Van Lewis
Van D. Gavin and Tina D. Gavin
Kelley Marie Godwin and Stuart Lyle Godwin
Laura Goldacker and Curt Walter Goldacker
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