Marriages for the week of May 24, 2017

Published 2:54 pm Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The following marriage licenses were issued in Shelby County from May 10 to May 16.


May 10

-Matthew Youngblood of Columbiana, to Kasey Benson, of Shelby

-Wesley Ryan of Nashville, to Brittney Holmes, of Nashville

-Faye Brown, of Cullman, to Blake Benson, of Helena

-Stephen Collins, of Wilsonville, to Darla Deshazo, of Wilsonville

-Josi Black, of Birmingham, to Richard McCurdy, of Birmingham


May 11

-Chase McRee, of Helena, to Amber Allen, of Alabaster

-Ralph Ross, of Jemison, to Mary Martin, of Sylacauga

-Ralph Stevens II, of Westover, to Shanna Moshier, of Westover

-Amber Rowland, of Jemison, to William Walker, of Jemison

-Madeline Looney, of Shelby, to Phillips Jones, of Shelby


May 12

-Peter Thomason, of Brandon, MS, to Taylor Johnson, of Helena

-Robert Nutton, of Alabaster, to Amanda Anderson, of Alabaster

-Mark Williams, of Pelham, to Rose Thomas, of Prattville

-Mary Morgan, of Shelby, to John Lemley, of Shelby

-James Brown, of Alabaster, to Jeaneen Mitchim, of Pelham

-Andrew Goodwin, of Alexander City, to Haley Salazar, of Birmingham

-Kathryn Finley, of Calera, to John Walsh, of Calera

-Leighanne Bice, of Thorsby, to Joshua Workman, of Thorsby

-Scott de Clue, of Birmingham, to Karen Lakanen, of Birmingham

-Caleb Vick, of Jemison, to Ashley Jones, Jemison


May 15

-James Boynton, of Montevallo, to Mollie Wyatt, of Montevallo

-Dakota Shepherd, of Sterrett, to Sabrina Hawk, of Sterrett

-Bradley Thomas, of Birmingham, to Katelyn Serio, of Pelham

-Audrey Maynor, of Alabaster, to Twilla Glover, of Alabaster

-Alice Thomas, of Calera, to Eddie Johnson, of Calera

-Nelson Watters Jr., of Pelham, to Lanh Tran, of Pelham

-Allison Farmer, of Childersburg, to Tucker Kornegay, of Childersburg

-Stephen White, of Helena, to Karen Waddell, of Maylene

-Sharley Thomas, of Harpersville, to Joshua Harris, of Harpersville


May 16

-Paul Coker, of Montevallo, to Jillian Zagar, of Montevallo

-Forrest Muir, of Birmingham, to Janiver Jordan, of Birmingham