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Marriage applications: Sept. 15-19

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Amber Ann Wilkerson and Timothy Allen Schmaltz, both of Brooksville

Stacey Marie Baker and Eric James Cardenas, both of Weeki Wachee

Barbara Evelyn Morales and Ronald Miles, both of Brooksville

Bethany Marie Gautney and Dennis Alan Schlabach, both of Spring Hill

Sarah Lizbeth Bechtold of Brooksville and James Byron Kimbro of Weeki Wachee

Taylor Paige Janssen and Dustin Yuichi Ballard, both of Spring Hill

Laura Jean Alice Ford and Christopher Kirk Passmann, both of Brooksville

Danielle Nicole Jones and Damian Geraldo Sanchez, both of Spring Hill

Asia Jannelle Curry and Ryan James Rockwell, both of Brooksville

Heather-Ann Ebersole and David George Boyd, both of Nobleton

Whitney Nicole Bragg and Albert Preston Branch III, both of Masaryktown

Katherine Geraldine Mosser and Edwin Bernard Kaprat IV, both of Spring Hill

Jaclyn Migellano and Philip Dabney Seymour, both of Spring Hill

Leslie Ann Thomas and Shawn Lee Willis, both of Brooksville

Alisha Renee Jorden and Jason Robert Juanis, both of Spring Hill

Rosalind Michelle Lawrence and Roscoe Foster James, both of Spring Hill

Pamela Sue Batten of Brooksville and Michael Anthony Davis of Spring Hill

Danielle Zufall and Bryce Abraham Robinson, both of Spring Hill

Christine Marie Wolfe and Jospeh Franklin Wagener, both of Spring Hill

Caryn Elizabeth Clay and Carl Edward Teague, both of Spring Hill

Natalie Ann Carter of Weeki Wachee and Justin Eugene Rooks of Brooksville

Susan Elaine Ward and Paul Michael Munroe, both of Brooksville

Kathleen Ann Chism and Richard George Phillips, both of Spring Hill

Jennifer Nicole Chapman and David Llewellyn Farleigh, both of Ridge Manor.

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