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Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 2:00 pm

The following couples applied for marriage licenses from the Wilkes Register of Deeds office between Monday, Nov. 12 and Monday, Nov. 19.

Couples are; Neil Michael Poplin, Elkin and Peggy Sue Gang, Elkin.

Randy Clayton Owens Jr., Wilkesboro and Bonica Jakia Wellington, Wilkesboro.

Benjamin King Cooper, Jonesville and Deloris Johnson, Jonesville.

James Dean Wingler, North Wilkesboro and Rebekah Anne Perillo, North Wilkesboro.

Michael Gwyn Mash, Wilkesboro and Kacha Lane Wood, Jefferson.

Lucas Adam Matney, Wilkesboro and Mandy Patrice Brown, Wilkesboro.

Soua Ger Vang, Salisbury and Joua Chang, Salisbury.

Joseph Louis Zuncich, Moravian Falls and Barbara Jane Spieler, Wilmington.

Elijah Burl Howell, Ronda and Brittany Maie Linley, Ronda.

Matthew Steven Jennings, Wilkesboro and Brandie Nicole Burke, Wilkesboro.

James Richard Andrews, Deerfield, Ohio and Tracey Marie Antos, Deerfield, Ohio.

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