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Land transactions for the week of Aug. 12, 2013

Published 9:35am Wednesday, August 14, 2013

The following deeds were transferred in Chilton County from Aug. 1-7:

Aug. 1
•Mildred Loraine Babin to Catherine Stephens, land located in Section 21, Township 21, Range 12.
•21st Mortgage Corporation to James N. Crim and Diane D. Horton, land located in Section 19, Township 23, Range 13.
•William C. Mosley to Robert E. Hilyer and Irene B. Hilyer, land located in Section 24, Township 23, Range 14.
•Aubrey Ellis Jr. and Connie Ellis to Troy W. Crocker and Tina Crocker, land located in Lot 143 of the Survey of the Resurvey of Higgins Ferry Subdivision.

Aug. 2
•Aileen Williams to Marshall Williams, land located in Lot 12, Block 1 of Wallwood Estates.
•Carol T. Varden and Audrey T. Coles to Carol T. Varden and Audrey T. Coles, land located in Section 17, Township 23, Range 14.
•Carol T. Varden to Audrey T. Coles and Edgar L. Coles, land located in Section 17, Township 23, Range 14.
•Christopher Paul Lockhart and Brigetta M. Lockhart, fka Melissa Lockhart, to Brigetta M. Lockhart, land located in Lots 8 and 9 of Deer Haven Subdivision.
•Joan Spiess to Daniel S. Minshew and Janet L. Minshew, land located in Section 18, Township 24, Range 13.
•Daniel S. Minshew and Janet L. Minshew to Joan L. Siess, land located in Section 18, Township 24, Range 13.
•Clayton Henson and Kimberly Henson to Christopher D. Gray and Deidra L. Gray, land located in Section 22, Township 22, Range 14.
•James Phillip Austin to Ernest and Minta Noreene Austin, land located in Section 12, Township 23, Range 15.
•Douglas Williams and Betty Faye Williams to Douglas Williams and Betty Faye Williams, land located in Section 32, Township 22, Range 15.
•Baurice Brown to Rodney Brown, land located in Section 28, Township 22, Range 15.
•Daniel S. Minshew and Janet L. Minshew to Mark S. Minshew and Nicole Minshew, exact location of land not given.

Aug. 5
•Margie R. Hay to Jack M. Spurr Jr. and Judy A. Spurr, land located in Section 9, Township 21, Range 14.
•Raymond Len Naughter and Billy M. Naughter Jr. to Joy N. Robinson, land located in Lot No. 4 of the Subdivisions of Lots F-6 and F-7 of the property of Jasper C. Glass.
•Michael W. Mims to C&C Construction Company, land located in Lots 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67 and 68 of Maplewood Garden Homes Subdivision.
•Mary Angela Morgan and Lawrene Robert Morgan Jr. to Jesse D. Cunningham and Kelsie B. Cunningham, land located in Lot 4 of Spring Ridge Estates.
•Jeremy O’Neal Smith to Jordan Tyler Smith, land located in Lots 7 and 8 of the C.N. Parnell Subdivision.
•Phillip D. Gibson, individually and as a Co-Personal Representative of the Estate of Evelyn S. Gibson, deceased, to Len M. Hamm and Beverly Hamm, land located in Lot 14 of Saraland Village.
•John Wesley Gibson Jr., individually and as a Co-Personal Representative of the Estate of Evelyn S. Gibson, deceased, to Len M. Hamm and Beverly Hamm, land located in Lot 14 of Saraland Village.

Aug. 6
•Bancorp South to Cary Evans, land located in Lot 78 or Yellowleaf Park Townhomes.
•Fannie Mae, aka Federal National Mortgage Association, to Katie Lucas, land located in Lots 9, 10 and 11, Block A, St. James Highland.
•Andrew Thomas Kennedy, fka Andrew Kennedy, and Colleen Dion Kennedy to Andrew Thomas Kennedy and Colleen Dion Kennedy, land located in Section 25, Township 23, Range 14.

Aug. 7
•JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, land located in Lot 7, Block B of Deerwood Subdivision.
•Cary Evans and Cathie Evans to Christine Flockerzie, land located in Section 15, Township 22, Range 15.
•Kenneth Dwayne Wadsworth and Andrea Davis Wadsworth to Elizabeth Biel, land located in Section 32, Township 24, Range 13.

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