Deeds for the week of Monday, Jan. 23

Published 8:48pm Tuesday, January 31, 2012

The following deeds were transferred in Chilton County from Jan. 11-16:

Jan. 11
•James R. Johnson and Gloria June Johnson to Pellie Sue Shaner and James William Shaner, land located in Section 6, Township 23, Range 13.
•Rodney L. Martin and Felicia Martin to David C. Martin and Philip M. Martin, land located in Section 13, Township 23, Range 14.

Jan. 12
•John M. Matherson to John M. Matherson and Lydia Kay Matherson, land located in Sections 14 and 24, Township 23, Range 14.
•Mary Simmons Jones, Alma Sue Williams, Mary Simmons Jones, Joe D. Williams, Paul D. Williams, Charles R. Williams, James Earl Williams and Jean W. Bryant to Sherry Colleen Atkins and James Tyrone Smith, land located in Lot 9, Block 4 of Grandview Estates Subdivision.
•Jimmy Ralph Sanders, Jeffery Lee Sanders and Billy Joe Sanders to Jimmy Ralph Sanders, Jeffery Lee Sanders, Billy Joe Sanders and Virginia Dianne Varden, land located in Section 23, Township 22, Range 14.
•Steve R. Cobb to Ben Lee Hand and Linda C. Hand, land located in Section 16, Township 23, Range 13.
•Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) to Tim Gilliland, land located in the 6000 block of U.S. Highway 31, Clanton.
•Beal Bank to John Flewellen, land located in Lot 14 of Gap Mountain Subdivision.
•Ann Collins to William J. Bouchard, land located in Section 1, Township 23, Range 15; and Section 1, Township 22, Range 13.

Jan. 13
•Jeanette Mims to Michael W. Mims, land located in Section 27, Township 22, Range 14.
•The Bank of New York Mellon to Harrison Price, land located in Section 11, Township 21, Range 15.
•Terry Michael Adams to Jerry Adams, land located in Section 21, Township 22, Range 15.
•Brenda Miller to Maplesville Methodist Church, land located in Lot 1, Block 5 in the town of Maplesville.

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