Deeds for the week of Monday, Dec. 19, 2011

Published 7:50pm Friday, December 16, 2011

The following deeds were transferred in Chilton County from Dec. 7-13:

Dec. 7
•Rebecca A. Horton to Regan M. Horton, land located in Section 13, Township 23, Range 13.
•Richard H. Minor and Debra Minor to Richard H. Minor and Debra Minor, land located in Lot 19 of the Mountain Branch Extension of the property of McKee Lumber Company in Section 1, Township 22, Range 15.
•Bessie Gissendaner to Leroy Feagin, Charles W. Feagin and Eric W. Feagin, land located in Section 8, Township 21, Range 14.

Dec. 8
•Danita Jane Barnett to Danita Jane Woods, land located in Section 2, Township 21, Range 14.
•John C. Matherson and Christie P. Matherson to Donny M. Smith and Cathey Smith, land located in Section 23, Township 23, Range 14.

Dec. 12
•Charlisa Brown to Stacy-McCoy Burroughs, land located in Lots 20 and 21, Block B of Liberty Town Addition to the city of Clanton.
•Katrina P. Watson to Katrina P. Watson and Bridget Price, land located in Section 23, Township 23, Range 14.
•The Estate of Joe Earl Gibson by Jackie Day, executor, to Mary Collum Brantley, land located in Lot 2 of Pine Acres Subdivision.
•Hubert H. Shirey and Pauline T. Shirey to Deborah Jean Shirey, land located in Section 14, Township 24, Range 13.
•Estate of Dorothy Reynolds Daniel, deceased, to Joseph Franklin Daniel and Nancy Daniel Ellis, land located in Section 15, Township 21, Range 12.
•Frank M. Moody to Aderholt Farm Properties, LLC, land located in Section 7, Township 21, Range 11.
•Susan Annette Garrett to James Patterson II, land located in Section 33, Township 21, Range 13.
•U.S. Bank, National Association to Undra J. Rush, land located in Section 23, Township 23, Range 13.

Dec. 13
•LaGretchen Sullivan and Patricia Chambless to Eric Brown, land located in Section 2, Township 21, Range 14.

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