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Cape Regional Medical Center reported the following births:

Amari Nathaniel Mack to Asia Johnson and Jonathan Mack of Cape May Court House, March 21, 2019

Vasiliki Baralos to Ioanna Tsiami and Miltianis Baralos of North Wildwood, March 23, 2019

Demorn Anthony Gales, Jr. to Jessica Mason and Demorn Gales of Cape May Court House, March 26, 2019

Elias Alexander Goodwin to Amber Walker and Michael Goodwin of Rio Grande, March 26, 2019

Carter Grayson Nailon to Ashley Curnell and Connor Nailon of Cape May, March 27, 2019

Aurora Grace Martin to Angela Doughty and Jack Martin of North Wildwood, March 24, 2019

Kaylani Nicole Muir to Rushell Muir of Villas, March 28, 2019

Anthony George Melendez to Gianna Smith and Anthony Melendez of Wildwood, April 1, 2019

Shore Medical Center reported the following births:

 Jovie Rae Madrack to Anita Landis and Jerry Madrack of Cape May Court House, February 22, 2019

Hawk William Herron to Lauren and Brian Herron of Cape May Court House, February 24, 2019

Elias James Beaman to Rebecca McGonagle and James Beaman of Del Haven, February 25, 2019

Genevieve Ann Monastra to Victoria Weinert and Steven Monastra, III, of Cape May, March 1, 2019

Jose Alejandro Guzmán to Maria Guzmán Lockhart of Ocean City, March 7, 2019

 

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