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Cape Regional Medical Center reported the following births: 

Greyson Richard Ackerman to Bobbie Lynn Ackerman of Villas, Dec 25 

Abel Levi Gales to Jessica Hoskins of Cape May, Dec 27 

Madden Jeffrey Morris to Nicole L. Perri Morris and James Morris of Cape May, Dec 29 

Ryleigh Rose Dunlevy to Kaitlynn Dunlevy of Woodbine, Dec 31 

Shore Medical Center reported the flowing births: 

Martin Anthony Perez, Jr. to Emmalisse Sanchez and Martin Perez of Cape May Court House, Nov 27 

Zyla Bland to Bryanna DeHainaut and Zhiair Bland of Cape May Court House, Nov 27 

Grace Beverly Crowley to Lauren and James Crowley of Ocean City, Nov 27 

Theoden Ignatius Gallagher to Aimee and Christopher Gallagher of Wildwood, Nov 27 

Cali Taylor to Aliya Cremin and Zak Taylor of Cape May, Nov 28 

Charlotte Rose Markley to Crystal and Charles Markley of North Cape May, Nov 28 

Saylor Victoria Oliver to Patricia and Daniel Oliver of Cape May, Nov 29 

David Timothy Haring to Sarah and Timothy Haring of South Dennis, Nov 30

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