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Marriage Licenses

Jeffrey W. Bonham and Mary Catherine Allen, both of Hilham.

Clyde Dishman Jr. and Tammy Sue Winningham, both of Livingston.

James William Calder III and Megan Brooke Helten, both of Livingston.

Terry Randall Norrod, Crawford, Sherry Lynn Smith, Rickman.

Ralph Brian Lewis and Tabatha Mae Poston, both of Livingston.

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Miss Burgess and Mr. Fields join in marriage September 29

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Andrew Fields

Miss Melissa Ann Burgess, of Cookeville, given in marriage by her family, became the bride of Mr. Stephen Andrew Fields, of Cookeville, on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Christ’s Community Church, in Cookeville. Pastor Myron Greer officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Everett and Jane Burgess, of Cookeville. Her father wore a black suit with royal blue vest and tie, and her mother wore a green skirt and blouse outfit with accented jewelry.

The groom is the son of Ronnie and Jean Fields, of Cookeville. His father wore a black suit with royal blue vest and tie, and his mother wore a blue skirt and blouse outfit with accented jewelry.

The bride wore a full-length ballroom style halter top dress made of Italian silk and embroidered cord and covered buttons.

In her hair, she wore a tiara with a two layered curled tip tulle veil. The tiara was crystals and white stone with matching crystal and white stone earrings and necklace.

Serving as maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Sara Carr, of Lebanon, TN. Bridesmaids were the bride’s niece, Kaitlin Farley, of Anderson, IN.

Each wore an A-line royal blue silk dress with accented white ribbon and simple flat flip-flops.

The flower girl was Kayla Rodriguez, of Rickman, niece of the groom. She wore a knee-length white dress with tulle bottom with blue petals in it with matching royal blue ribbon on the dress and headpiece. She wore the same matching bridesmaid flip-flops.

The groom wore a black suit with royal blue vest and tie.

Serving as groomsmen were Lamar Hughes, of Dunlap, TN, Herman Radke, of Elmwood, TN, and Desiray Mooneyham, of Sparta, TN. Each wore matching black suit with royal blue vests and ties.

The couple’s first dance song was “God Blessed the Broken Road” by Rascal Flatts.

A reception followed the ceremony given by the couple and their families.

After honeymooning in Dayton Beach, FL, the newlyweds are making their home in Cookeville.

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