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  1. #121
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    I know a lot of people from NC who have gone to Gatlinburg, TN to get married. You don't have to live there to get married in SC either. This is from their site about marriage licenses:




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    Do you have to be a resident of South Carolina to get married in South Carolina?


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    No, however, if you apply for and receive a South Carolina marriage license you must marry in South Carolina

    http://www.cherokeecountyprobate.com...aqmarriage.htm


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    Quote Originally Posted by SherlockHomey View Post
    as someone else said, it shows her character in having no regard for law.
    Or for the feelings or good names of the people with whom she was in these relationships! (ETA: Kamille GMTA huh?)

    AY: victim of EB's deception along with AB, or willing participant? He went along with the "brother" story for some time at least--to both AB and the neighbor that we know of.

    Where's that coffee....
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    But perhaps this very holding back is the one suffering you could have avoided.
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  5. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by NcMomma View Post
    I know a lot of people from NC who have gone to Gatlinburg, TN to get married. You don't have to live there to get married in SC either. This is from their site about marriage licenses:




    5.
    Q:
    Do you have to be a resident of South Carolina to get married in South Carolina?


    A:
    No, however, if you apply for and receive a South Carolina marriage license you must marry in South Carolina

    http://www.cherokeecountyprobate.com...aqmarriage.htm
    I think you can have your ceremony there but you have to get your marriage license here first. I am always confused with that one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SherlockHomey View Post
    Here is the timeline I have for NC in Caldwell county (public record) but I don't have the divorce dates. Heck there probably never was any!

    JAW to EB - 1985 - NC Caldwell county

    JRA to EB - 1997 - NC Caldwell county

    AY to EB - 1998 - Cherokee SC
    Yeah, that's right...she was married to JA in 1997, not 1998. AY was 1998. AB was 2008.

    (Really hard keeping all this straight.)
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  9. #125
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    Sounds like a whole web of crazy people!! What I don't get is HOW did EB get all these men to fall for her?? She must have something we don't know about OR she just seeks out the really desperate ones. I don't see where she is such a prize. She's not a knockout, she has no money, no job, no education......I don't get it!


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  11. #126
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    Quote Originally Posted by SherlockHomey View Post
    I think you can have your ceremony there but you have to get your marriage license here first. I am always confused with that one.
    I don't think so. My cousin got married in Gatlinburg. They just went and got the license in Gatlinburg when they got there and got married the next day. A license is only good in the state that issued it.


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    http://www.catawbacountync.gov/depts/regdeed/faqs.asp

    What are the requirements to obtain a marriage license?

    All Ages:
    Both BRIDE and GROOM must personally appear at the Register of Deed office.
    Both BRIDE and GROOM must present a valid government picture ID card (driver's license, State ID, passport/VISA). A Matricular Consular or an Instituto Federal Electoral will be accepted as long as our translator is present or a translation is presented.
    Both BRIDE and GROOM must provide a valid Social Security Number by presenting your Social Security Card or a permanent record showing your social security number (Example: Insurance card; a signed printout from the SSA that shows your name and number; Check stub with company name, your name and SS number; Tax return; DD214 or W-2 form)
    If you do not have a Social Security Number a notarized affidavit that indicates that you are not eligible for one can be picked up at our office.
    You will then need to provide a certified birth certificate that is translated into English and notarized
    Hospital records or photocopies of required documents will not be accepted in place of original documents unless other wise indicated.
    If applicable, Both BRIDE and GROOM will need to provide a filed copy (does not have to be certified) of their divorce papers or the death certificate of their previous spouse if recorded in North Carolina. Please NOTE if divorce took place prior to 1988, allow time for Clerk’s Office to retrieve copy from Raleigh. If the divorce or death took place OUT of STATE, then a CERTIFIED COPY is required. This only applies to your last marriage and is required regardless of how long ago this happened. You will find this change across the state because it’s important and necessary to know that the divorce has been properly finalized. These documents can be found in the county and state or country that the death or divorce took place. Sorry for the inconvenience this will cause, but the following websites will be able to assist you in locating your information.
    IN the STATE of NORTH CAROLINA death certificates are recorded in the Register of Deeds’ Offices in which information can be found at http://www.ncard.us At the Welcome statement click on “please click here”
    IN the STATE of NORTH CAROLINA divorces are recorded in the Clerk of Court’s Offices in which information can be found at http://www.nccourts.org/County Click on the county you need and then to the left click on Court Telephone Directory.
    OUT of STATE offices for either can be located at http://www.vitalrec.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain_Kat View Post
    Yeah, that's right...she was married to JA in 1997, not 1998. AY was 1998. AB was 2008.

    (Really hard keeping all this straight.)
    Who is JA?


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  17. #129
    Quote Originally Posted by NcMomma View Post
    I don't think so. My cousin got married in Gatlinburg. They just went and got the license in Gatlinburg when they got there and got married the next day. A license is only good in the state that issued it.
    So where do they file for divorce, NC or TN?


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  19. #130
    Quote Originally Posted by Kamille View Post
    Who is JA?
    I cannot post the name. You can go here and search for EB's name but use her maiden name that starts with an "F".

    http://rod.co.caldwell.nc.us/resolut...QuickName.aspx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamille View Post
    Who is JA?
    <snipped by me>

    Baker's first marriage was in 1985 to J.A. Winkler in Caldwell County. In 1997, she was married to J.R. Allred in Caldwell County.

    http://www.wbtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=13329351
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  23. #132
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    Quote Originally Posted by SherlockHomey View Post
    So where do they file for divorce, NC or TN?
    If they divorced they would file in whatever state they had resided in for the previous 6 months...whether that was NC, TN or wherever. Its the same with child custody and child support cases.
    I know when we sought custody of my stepdaughters we had to file quickly because their mother had moved them off to NY (without consent) 3 months earlier. The lawyer told us that they were under the authority of NC courts until they had been in NY for 6 months. So, if we waited until after the 6 months we would have to file and fight it out in NY.


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  25. #133
    OT but AB is due in Catawba county court this morning for worthless checks here. Wonder if he will show.


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    [ they huote=Kamille;5819927]Any address check will tell you that it was Phillips Lane. I believe he is still there. Interesting that the neighbour who got AB the job also thought AY was her brother until a month or so before they moved. Perhaps this is why they moved. Was there a falling out when AB found out this news?

    MOO[/quote]
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    My husband is a very even keeled man, but I think if I pulled such a stunt he would tell us both to go to **** and he would most definitely leave I bet AB was not too happy with EB or AY. I find this so bizarre why would AY go along with this sham? I feel sick it's so twisted!


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  29. #135
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    Try to remember the guys EB has married are not suspects, and are innocent bystanders in all this. Do not sleuth them and post their personal info on here, and do try to avoid using full names.

    I fully realize EB's records are also theirs, but please be sensitive to their privacy in your posts.


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