Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Dec. 30-Jan. 8.

ALEXANDER, Brooklyn Denise, daughter, was born Jan. 4 to Tiffany Alexander of Albany.

ARBUCKLE, Makinzie Leann, daughter, was born Jan. 5 to Stephanie Harrell and Melvin Arbuckle Jr. of Poulan.

BETHEA, Amirah Ma’Kayla Rinne, daughter, was born Dec. 31 to Shacola Bethea of Albany.

BRUCE, Devin RoShun, son, was born Jan. 2 to Megan Bruce of Albany.

CARTER, Gage Banksy, son, was born Jan. 3 to Lisa Deming and Russell Carter of Albany.

CAMP, Zane Alexander, son, was born Jan. 6 to Meagan Henderson and Joey Camp of Albany.

CRAFT, Kayli Grace, daugther, was born Jan. 4 to Kimberly Mchaly and Michael Craft Jr. of Leesburg.

COLLINS, Michelle Cheris’, daughter, was born Jan. 5 to Simone Collins of Albany.

DAVIS, Daniya Karmen, daughter, was born Jan. 8 to Kawajalin Jackson and K.C. Davis of Albany.

DAVISON, Cashlin Bass, son, was born Jan. 2 to Joshua and Jessica Davison of Albany.

ESPINOZA, Graciana Lynndi, daughter, was born Jan. 6 to Rhyann Rodriguez and Jessie Espinoza of Albany.

FREEMAN, Alfred Bernard, son, was born Dec. 30 to Chiquita Freeman of Blakely.

GARDNER, Lily Anne, daughter, was Jan. 6 to Ashley Lewis and Roger Gardner Jr. of Leesburg.

GARDNER, Skylar Grace, daughter, was born Jan. 3 to Timothy and Hannelore Gardner of Albany.

GORDON, Damya Janay, daughter, was born Jan. 2 to Tyshira Price and Devante Gordon of Albany.

GRAHAM, Jaylan Jamarkus Barnard, son, was born Jan. 4 to Montreassa Graham of Albany.

GREEN, Kenya Ashanti, daughter, was born Dec. 31 to Tiffany Bellamy and Kelvin Green of Albany.

HALL, Bentley Colt, son, was born Jan. 8 to Stephen and Teresa Hall of Leesburg.

HARRELL, Kyleigh Marie, daugher, was born Jan. 1 to Kenneth and Jonna Harrell of Baconton.

HAYNES, Jerald Jr., son, was born Jan. 4 to Shakira Roney and Jerald Haynes Sr. of Albany.

HOPE, Kaelynn Charlize, daughter, was born Jan. 3 to Allison Cross and Christopher Hope of Albany.

HUNE, Alexander O’Neil Jr., son, was born Jan.6 to Alexander Jr. and Shaniqua of Albany.

JACKSON, Brayden D’Andre, son, was born Jan. 5 to Shanice Edmonds and Hiram Jackson of Camilla.

JACKSON, DeSean Xavier, son, was born Jan. 3 to Jalessa Jackson of Albany.

JACKSON, Lionel Duran Jr., son, was born Jan. 1 to Lionel Sr. and Jasmine Jackson of Albany.

KIMSEY, Aubrie Kailynn, daughter, was born Jan. 4 to John Jr. and Alysha Kimsey of Albany.

LAFARR, Raymond Michael, son, was born Jan. 6 to Michael Jr. and Amber LaFarr of Newton.

LENNEAR, Madyson Renee’, daughter, was born Jan. 3 to Versita Lennear of Albany.

LEWIS, Brylen Jamar, son, was born Jan. 8 to Chelsea Lewis of Dawson.

MARSH, Abigail Grace, daughter, was born Jan. 5 to Reagan and Kara Lindsey Marsh of Albany.

MCCLUSTER, Malachi, son, was born Jan. 6 to Melvin and Shermeanetter McCluster of Americus.

MCNEIL, Gabriel Ezekiel, son, was born Dec. 31 to Queenesther McNeil of Camilla.

MURPHY, Sterling Maurice James Jr., son, was born Dec. 30 to Geraldine Mulkey and Sterling Murphy Sr. of Albany.

ODOM, Jessiah Quin’Asia, daugther, was born Jan. 2 to Jessica Odom of Albany.

PADGETT, Cannon Dwight, son, was born Jan. 6 to Michael and Lindsey Padgett of Leesburg.

PETERSON, Jayda Sariyah, daughter, was born Jan. 2 to Tineshia Tensley and Joshua Peterson of Albany.

POPE, Riles Akridge, son, was born Jan. 2 to Ryan and Ashlee Pope of Leesburg.

SAPP, Kason A’mir Marshawn, son, was born Jan. 3 to Dominique Sapp of Albany.

SHAW, Chloe Michelle, daughter, was born Jan. 7 to Tabatha Perryman and Phillip Shaw of Edison.

SINCLAIR, Brendan Zayne, son, was born Jan. 7 to Jessica Barker and Jonathan Sinclair of Camilla.

SNYDER, Lucian Gray, son, was born Jan. 3 to Jessica Snyder of Leesburg.

STEVENS, Serenity Latrice, daughter, was born Jan. 2 to Shamara Lontrese of Shellman.

SWINT, Kristian Jeremiah, son, was born Jan. 8 to Liala Swint of Albany.

TABB, Grace Jane, daugther, was born Joey and Robin Tabb of Leesurg.

TAYLOR, Jasper Burnett-Gray, son, was born Jan. 1 to Olivia Taylor of Albany.

TODD, Reese Elizabeth, daugther, was born Jan. 8 to Brandon and Megan Todd of Leesburg.

WALTERS, Kaitlyn Lashay, daughter, was born Dec. 30 to Khadijah Johnson and Draeshawn Walters of Albany.

WATSON, Jayden Chase, son, was born Jan. 3 to Courtney Watson of Albany.

WINSTON, Robyn, daughter, was born Jan. 7 to Sontaya Winston of Albany.

WRIGHT, Ae’Riane R’Yanna, daughter, was born Jan. 5 to Adrianne Davis and Vernon Wright Jr. of Albany.

WYNN, Faith Janicya, daughter, was born Jan. 2 to Sandra Jackson and Jason Wynn of Camilla.

ZUNIGO, Dianna Carrillo, daughter, was born Jan. 3 to Blanca Zunigo Cruz and Raynaldo Carrillo Carrillo of Albany.

Birth announcements are printed Sunday in The Herald’s SouthView section. Announcements are submitted to the newspaper by Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital through a parental release. Out-of-town births with local connections can submit birth notices by asking the hospital where the child was born to submit the information by fax to (229) 888-9357 or by mail to Births, SouthView, c/o The Albany Herald, P.O. Box 48, Albany, Ga. 31702.

Comments

Sister_Ruby 1 year, 6 months ago

Despite all of my tireless efforts to the contrary........the naming situation seems to be getting worse every week. Kind of like the National Debt.

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agirl_25 1 year, 6 months ago

Good thing they don't live in some Europeajn countries....they are very strict there in, oh say, Sweden. Some parents once wanted to name their child Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb111163 (pronounced Albin) and the government said NO...but they did allow Google and Lego as middle names once. Germany, China, New Zealand, and Japan have strict child naming laws too. Denmark is said to have a list of over 7000 approved names, and some in my opinion are lovely names too.....I especially like Anna-Vive...think it rolls off the tongue beautifully. We do live in a free country tho and there is nothing wrong with naming one's child and thinking you are being creative, I guess. However, the parents may want to consider what it will sound like to call an 85-year old woman Miss LaMonicanikita Renee-Nicolita Jackson when she is in sitting in the nursing home in her geri-chair......ya think?

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Sister_Ruby 1 year, 6 months ago

Don't forget, a_girl, that she will still have her "aka street name" which by then will be something like "lump".

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MRKIA 1 year, 6 months ago

TAKE A LOOK AT THE JAIL LIST THIS WEEK. IT WILL LEAVE YOU SPEECHLESS.

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