Marriage License Returned

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Marriage License Returned


Marriage License Returns

Received 12/24/92

John H Viney, 55 Brenda Gayle Barnett, 38; 229 W Michael, Midwest City.

Keith Robert Adams, 32 Barbara Jane Willy, 35; 705 Sagebrush Rd, Yukon.

Mark Alton Williams, 29 Beatrice Louise Roberts, 28; 606 East Lea Terrace, Mustang.

Perry Phillip Wise, 32 Kristi Sue Lloyd, 29; 7101 Dogwood Drive, Oklahoma City.

Doyle Wayne Willis, 49 Talana Ann Cunningham, 31; 2100 N.W. 117th, Oklahoma City.

Ronnie Delray Hunter, 32 Penny E Wilson, 30; 3721 Summerwind Court, Oklahoma City.

Jason D Hill, 21 Kristi Lenn Tucker, 20; 13948 S W 42, Yukon.

Samuel Edwards Myers,jr, 19 Marshette Deshaun Cudjo, 20; 10125 N. Finley {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER } B, Oklahoma City.

David Mark Bolton, 28 Jonna Lea Taylor, 24; 3026 S.W. 63rd, Oklahoma City.

George E Stringer, 46 Retha Mae Bartlett, 36; 303 Tanglewood Dr, Yukon.

Robert Chris Madeira, 29 Judy Kay Dale, 37; 6200 N Gun Hill Way, Oklahoma City.

Shawn Eric Minor, 21 Summer Ann Mead, 19; 125 Sahoma Terr, Edmond.

Shawn Paul Robertson, 22 Esquivelmora M Smith, 25; 6813 N.W. 44th, Bethany.

Boon Loong Chang, 24 Lee Yoong Loo, 24; Po Box 1682, Edmond.

Rawleigh Lee Walker, 23 Melody Sue Curtis, 38; 4004 Sw 24th, Oklahoma City.

Edwin Jay Jackson, 23 Mary Ann Bertholomey, 22; 719 Scott St {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER } 6, Del City.

Tracy Bryan Scott, 25 Dana Noel Berry, 23; 12742 N. Mac Arthur {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER } C, Oklahoma City.

David Russell Eby, 23 Andrea Michelle Bachelor, 19; 6400 Nw Expwy {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER }223, Oklahoma City.

Glen Allen Thompson, 20 Christina Sue Deatherage, 18; 1109 1/2 S.W. 28th, Oklahoma City.

Randell Chad Parks, 22 Leigh Allison Eales, 20; 2301 N W 122 {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER }2908, Oklahoma City.

Paul Brewer Allen, 65 Lu Ann Bransby, 56; 901 N.W. 16th, Oklahoma City.

John C Studebaker, 22 Jennifer Donne Schneider, 22; 412 Summit Ridge Rd {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER } 101, Oklahoma City.

John Nicholas Boisvert, 25 Jacqueline Ann Byrd, 24; 812 N. Ramsey, Stillwater.

Tyler Howard Derebery, 30 Crystal Kay Mathis, 26; 4233 N.W. 36th. {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER } 304, Oklahoma City.

Thomas C. Williams, 24 Tanya A Johnson, 19; Box T 155, Tafb.

David Mark Riddle, 25 Catherine Di-lynne Young, 20; 2509 S.W. 95th, Oklahoma City.

Samuel A Mcclure,ii, 28 Lori Michelle Price, 26; 205 Willow Branch Rd, Norman.

Phillip T Vanbuskirk,jr, 23 Gina Maria Childers, 25; 12901 S Western {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER }

2203, Okla City.

John Paul Huckby, 34 Randi Marie Thacker, 33; 8301 N. Council Rd {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER } 1705, Okklahoma City.

Earl Bradley Nesom, 32 Kristi R Worthington, 29; P O Box 1783, Oklahoma City.

Samuel N Bursch, 21 Jackie Lynn Chance, 29; 8704 Lakeaire Drive, Oklahoma City.

Robert Eugene Jackson, 25 Susan Carol Keesee, 21; 2301 N.W. 122nd {;;

! ERROR ! UNRECOGNIZED CHARACTER } 2915, Oklahoma City.

Gavino Cervantes-ramirez, 35 Susie Lynn Farrow, 25; 3101 S.W. 22nd, Oklahoma City.

David L Clarke, 30 Marcia Anne Villarma, 24; 2021 Shamrock Drive, Edmond.

Sheldon Richard Farber, 44 Robyn Aline Johnston, 31; 6922 Avondale Crt, Oklahoma City.

Leslie C Haworth, 51 Barbara Jean Nelson, 40; 1224 S.W. 47th, Oklahoma City.

Timothy Scott Eck, 24 Julie Lynn Evanko, 23; 7917 Maehs Terrace, Oklahoma City.

Gary Alan Ray, 25 Rhonda Gail Martin, 24; 316 N.E. 10th, Newcastle.

Scott Allan Mcgaha, 21 Charity Leigh Leister, 19; 3721 Summerwind Ave, Oklahoma City.

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