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Lincoln Rhodes Davis



Veleka and Shannon Davis, of Rickman, proudly announce the birth of their son, Lincoln Rhodes Davis, who arrived July 19, 2007, at Livingston Regional Hospital.

He weighed 5 lbs. 15 oz. and measured 19.25 inches in length.

His grandparents are Benny and Reta Davis, of Hilham, Angela Gore, of Algood, Darrel Crisler, of AR.

His great-grandparents are Gladys Davis, Edna Clark, Joyce Lee, Adkins and Retha Crisler, the late Fred Davis, and Orvile Clark.

 

Jayden Edward Kirkpatrick

Amy Borden and John Kirkpatrick, of Allons, proudly announce the birth of their son, Jayden Edward Kirkpatrick, who arrived July 13, 2007, at Livingston Regional Hospital.

He weighed 6 lbs. 3 oz. and measured 20.2 inches in length.

His grandparents are Jerry and Susan Borden, and Johnny and Judy Kirkpatrick.

His great-grandparents are Larry and Ova Lee Johnson, Olyne Borden, Cleo Johnson, the late Edd Borden, Edward Johnson, and Willie and Linda Kirkpatrick.

Welcoming Jayden home was his big sisters Mikala and Kaylee Kirkpatrick.

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Marriage Licenses

Ronald Jay Winningham and Shannon Renea Edmonds, both of Livingston.

Brandon Davis Skiles and Angela G. Adkins, both of Livingston.

Howard Raymon Branham, Hilham, and Edwina Winningham, Livingston.

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Weddings

Miss Mullins & Mr. Henley Wed in May 12 ceremony in Algood

Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Henley

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Simmons proudly announce the marriage of Mrs. Simmons’ daughter, Haley Kye Mullins, to Mr. John Robert Henley on Saturday, May 12, 2007 at 6 p.m. The bride and groom are both graduates of Livingston Academy.

The ceremony and reception were held on the back lawn of the Simmons home at White Plains in Algood, Tennessee in the presence of a large number of friends, family and military friends of the groom.

The bride is the daughter of the late Bryan Douglas Mullins and the granddaughter of Mrs. Carole R. Winningham and the late J.W. Winningham and Mrs. Doris H. Mullins and the late Thomas L. Mullins, all of Livingston.

The groom is the son of Maudie and Steve Lloyd of Sparta, and the late John Thomas Henley.

The wedding vows were read by Rev. Nathan Wilson, the groom’s uncle, of Monterery. The bride was escorted and given in marriage by her stepfather, Bradley J. Simmons, and her brother, Willard Landon Mullins. Doug Carr, brother of the groom, and Mrs. Ashley Bray, sister of the bride, were the best man and matron of honor.

A patriotic red, white, and blue theme was carried out in the flowers and dresses and other decorations, including a large American flag. This was in honor of the groom and his friends who had recently returned from service in Iraq.

The bride wore a strapless white tissue taffeta wedding dress adorned with iridescent beading with a six-foot train in the back. Her silk tulle illusion finger tip veil was edged in the same beading. She wore an antique rhinestone necklace with rhinestone braclet and earrings and carried a bouquet of white roses and gardenias.

The bride’s mother, Mrs. “Lindy” Simmons, wore a long red lace gown with a matching jacket and accessories and a white corsage. The matron of honor, Mrs. Bray, wore a fitted, long royal blue satin gown with spaghetti straps. She carried a bouquet of red roses and wore long white gloves.

The grandmothers, Mrs. Mullins and Mrs. Winningham, wore navy and royal blue with white corsages.

Mrs. Lloyd, the groom’s mother, wore a pale beige linen dress with matching jacket and accessories. She also wore a white corsage.

The bride’s niece, 10 month-old Addison Kate Bray, was brought down to the altar in a little red wagon decorated in flowers and pulled by her young uncle, Ridge Simmons. Addison Kate, the daughter of Wesley and Ashley Bray, wore a red, white and blue smocked dress with a red and white hair bow. Little Gracie Wilson, the groom’s cousin, carried a basket of white rose petals to scatter as the bride came down the aisle. Gracie, the daughter of Rev. Wilson and his wife, Jeanette, wore a white sailor dress.

Immediately following the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Simmons entertained with a beautiful outdoor reception under a large tent with a dance floor.

Music for the wedding and reception was provided by Stuart Parsons, a disc jockey from Livingston. For the processional to the alter the love theme from the movie “Notebook” was used. Other music included World War II favorite love songs and Elvis Presley tunes for dancing. The evening was concluded with a colorful fireworks show lighting up the night sky.

Following a wedding trip across the southwestern states, Mr. and Mrs. Henley are making their home in Twentynine Palms, California. Mr. Henley is a United States Navy Corpsman stationed at Robert E. Bush Naval Hospital in Twentynine Palms. He is in the orthopedic and general surgery departments. Mr. and Mrs. Henley are also attending nearby Copper Mountain College.

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Engagements

Miss Bilbrey & Mr. Nabors to be joined in marriage Sept. 15

Mr. Brandon Nabors & Miss Ashley Nicole Bilbrey

Ashley Nicole Bilbrey and Brandon Todd Nabors announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Jerry and Tammy Bilbrey and Zinie (Staggs) Bilbrey. She is the granddaughter of T.V. and Dora Staggs, Earnest Bilbrey and the late Willene Bilbrey.

She is a 2004 graduate of Livingston Academy and is attending Volunteer State Community College.

The future groom is the son of Stan and Lecia Gantt and the late Greg Nabors. He is the grandson of David and Joyce Hood, Carlena Nabors and the late Horace Nabors.

He is a 2002 graduate of Cookeville High, and attended Tennessee Tech. He is the supervisor of Gantt Concrete and Construction.

The ceremony will take place on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the residence of Greg and Paula Livingston.

 

Miss McCowan & Mr. Reams to be joined in marriage Sept. 8

Mr. Bubba Reams & Miss Miriaha McCowan

Mr. and Mrs. Harlie and Gail McCowan of Monterey, proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Miriaha Dawn McCowan, to Mr. Bubba Reams, son of Russell and Terri Reams of Monterey.

The bride-elect is a 2002 graduate of Livingston Academy and a 2006 graduate of Tennessee Technological University with a B.S. degree in Nursing. She is employed at Cookeville Regional Medical Center and Livingston Regional Hospital as an RN in both emergency rooms. She will begin working on her master’s degree at TTU next spring to become a Family Nurse Practitioner.

The future groom is a 2001 graduate of Monterey High School. He is currently employed at Coca-Cola in Cookeville.

The ceremony will take place at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8 at the home of Harlie and Gail McCowan. Formal invitations have been sent.

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