Deeds for the week of Feb. 6, 2012

Published 1:10pm Tuesday, February 21, 2012

The following deeds were transferred in Chilton County from Jan. 24-30:

Jan. 24

•Susan B. Sims to Nelda M. Baker, land located in Section 5, Township 21, Range 15.

Jan. 25

•Karl W. Smith and Carol Smith to Jonathan Spratlin and Carol Spratlin, land located in Section 35, Township 23, Range 12.

•Cecil E. Cash and Mary Ruth Cash to Ronnie D. Norris and Dinah L. Norris, land located in Section 7, Township 21, Range 11.

Jan. 26

•Elda Shaw and Clayton Wooten to Nicole Gassaway, land located in Section 12, Township 23, Range 15.

•CitiMorgage, Inc., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, land located in Section 21, Township 23, Range 14.

•Ennis L. Easterling to Ennis L. Easterling and Tammy L. Easterling, land located in Section 21, Township 22, Range 15.

Jan. 27

•Keith Minor to Jessica Minor Higginbotham, land located in Section 6, Township 23, Range 15.

•Keith Minor to Ricky Minor, land located in Section 21, Township 22, Range 15.

•Ricky Minor and Keith Minor to Mary Esther Minor, two parcels located in Section 21, Township 22, Range 15.

Jan. 30

•Rebecca Bingham to James H. Glasscock, land located Section 21, Township 23, Range 14.

•Jewel Anita Cates Taylor to Christopher Gray and Ashley Gray, land located in Section 7, Township 20, Range 12.

•Stacy P. Goss and Vera Goss Webster to Stacy P. Goss and Vera Webster, land located in Section 28, Township 21, Range 16.

•Russell Wright and Lillian Wright to Joan Wright Childress, land located in Section 13, Township 22, Range 14.

•Ronnie J. Smith and Dianne Smith to Daniel R. Robitaille and Tracie L. Robitaille, lands located in Section 28, Township 23, Range 13.

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