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Kandiyohi County marriage licenses for the week of Aug. 16, 2022

Marriage licenses issued in Kandiyohi County

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Six couples filed for marriage licenses this week in Kandiyohi County.

  • Katie Sue Thompson, Kerkhoven; Michael Bruce Felt, Kerkhoven
  • Kari Sue Hoeft, Lafayette, Indiana; William O’Brien Beardmore, Lafayette, Indiana
  • Kerstin Ann Davis, Willmar; Kishaun Jermaine Henry-Smith, Willmar
  • Juan Lopez Gonzalez, Willmar; Celia Arline Castillo Ix, Willmar
  • Levi Michael Gustafson, Willmar; Madison Lee Fauskee, Willmar
  • Peter James Martin, Willmar; Sarah Lydia Nelson, Prinsburg
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