Land transaction week ending Oct. 25

Published 5:38pm Friday, November 8, 2013

The following deeds were transferred in Beaufort County the week ending Oct. 25.

David J. Kent Jr. (trustee) to Lynne C. Kent, Bath Township, 6.56 acres.

William Lee Bennett to William Lee Bennett, two tracts.

Joy Marlene Bennett Mosley to Joy Marlene Bennett Mosley, two tracts.

Joan Marie Bennett Bright to Joan Marie Bennett Bright, two tracts.

Fenner E. Wilson to Deshon Maurice Wilson, Washington Township, .46 acre.

William G. Frey to Anita Rogers, Bath Township, Banjo Creek Estates, lot 14.

Federal National Mortgage Association to Benjamin Davis, Washington Township, 1.35 acres.

Harry Deese to Pamelo Bailey Deese, land in Chocowinity Township.

Angela F. Roberson to Matt E. Respass, Long Acre Township, .78 acre.

Federal National Mortgage Association to Betty Carrow, Bath Township, land on Pungo Swamp Road.

Linda W. Anderson to Philmon Anderson and Linda Anderson Revocable Living Trust, Washington Township, Rosedale, lot 18.

Linda W. Anderson to Philmon Anderson and Linda Anderson Revocable Living Trust, Washington Township, Richland Township, 1.25 acres.

Virginia R. Hollowell to Jeffrey D. Watson, Bath Township, .35 acre.

Coastal Diversified Properties LLC to Herbert R. Carrington Jr., Bath Township, South Bay Pointe, two lots.

Lois Corey to David Mitchell, Washington, land in Wanoca community.

Larry D. Lewis to Glenn H. Bell, Chocowinity Township, .408 acre.

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