Land transactions

Published 4:49pm Thursday, October 24, 2013

The following deeds were transferred in Beaufort County the period of Oct 14 to Oct. 18.

Ruth Waters Hewitt to Jeffrey William Bowes, Bath Township, .28 acre.

Mary Rose Lejman to Paula A. Daughtry, Washington, Oak Ridge, lot 3.

Elizabeth Gassman to Thomas F. O’Brien Jr., Long Acre Township, Pamlico Plantation, block E, lot 24.

Mildred E. Brown to William W. Edgerton, Chocowinity Township, Cypress Landing, lot 74.

Nationstar Mortgage LLC to Harry L. Turner, Kirby Grange Avenue, two tracts.

Howard Douglas Cox to J. David Cox Jr., Washington Township, land on State Road 1129.

Lula Jennette to Granny Branch Farms Inc., Richland Township, land on South Creek.

Graham Keith Toler to Horace Gene Woolard, Long Acre Township, Terrapin Track Road, two tracts.

Mark J. Main to Elizabeth Renee Toppin, Washington Township, Laurcour Farms, lot 66.

Roger E. Belinko to Roger E. Belinko, Bath Township, two tracts.

John L. Weeks to Michael A. Lannon, Richland Township, Isle View Beach, lot 5.

Anne Morrow Harrison (trustee) to Brent A. Skinner, Blounts Creek Landing, lot 1.

Carrie A. Sirois Coogan to Michael P. Googan, Winfield Estates, lot 67.

New Vision Partners LLC to Mohamed Ali Darar, two tracts on State Road 1730.

Roy E. Dail to Kenneth Clyde Alphin Jr., Richland Township, land along Pamlico River.

Willie Milbert Burgess to Ma Leticia Perez Gonzalez, Belhaven, land along Gum Street and Old County Road.

Mid-Atlantic Property Management LLC to Michael D. Jefferson, Chocowinity Township, 1.45 acres.

Donald E. Ayers to James F. Wasko, Chocowinity Township, 53.25 acres.

Ramon Fernando Silvers to Green Eggs and Ham Properties LLC. Bath Township, three tracts.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington, D.C., to Neighborhood Housing Group LLC, Washington .44 acre and .18 acre.

Roxie L. Pulley to Bernard E. Dehood, Bath Township, Woodstock, .044 acre.

 

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