Land transactions Feb. 3-7

Published 4:48pm Thursday, February 13, 2014

The following deeds were transferred in Beaufort County the period of Jan3 to Jan. 7.

Ahsan Shafi to Shop & Go LCC, Washington Township, .71 acre.

Robert E. Pester to Alan Gaarder, Chocowinity Township, two tracts.

Michael G. Melvin to Leonard Wayne Edwards, Bath Township, Pungo Shores, lot 118.

Troy Keith Coggins to Donna Pierce Coggins, Washington Township, Mills Farm, lot 8.

William Raynor Waters Sr. to William Raynor Waters Jr., Long Acre Township, 27.94 acres.

Danny R. Buck (executor) to Danny R. Buck, three tracts.

Danny R. Buck (executor) to Danny R. Buck, land at Chandler and Lewis Farm roads.

Thomas Patrick Randolph to Thomas Patrick Randolph, Chocowinity Township, Portside, lots 77 and 77A.

Thomas Patrick Randolph to Thomas Patrick Randolph, Chocowinity Township, Portside, .32 acre.

Deutsche Bank Trust Co. Americas (trustee) to Phyllis R. Hendrickson, Pamlico Plantation, two tracts.

Harry S. Tubaugh to A. Grey Gurkin, Washington Township, two tracts.

A. Grey Gurkin to Harry S. Tubaugh, Washington Township, two lots.

Paul B. McNeil to Diovino J. Sanchez, land on Railroad Street.

Harry J. Simpson to Roy L. Simpson, Washington, land on Respess Street (Gladden Town).

Roy L. Simpson to Harry J. Simpson, land on Davis Alley.

Roy L. Simpson to Harry J. Simpson, land Chocowinity Township, one acre.

Lula L. Cayton to Danny Johnson (trustee), Richland Township, lot on West Road.

Jerry M. Stubblefield to Jerry M. Stubblefield, Bath Township, Bailey Pointe, lot 67.

Florida Lee Cooper to  Delilah Moore, Richland Township, six acres.

Riverfront Associates LLC to Jerry D. Evans, Washington, one lot.

James Bryan Brooks to Sumiko Hamilton, Bath Township, .257 acre.

Richard E. Gerard to Kimber Dr. Shagena, Washington Township, two tracts.

James Bryan Brooks to Guy A. Cutler, Bath Township, .257 acre.

Mary James to Christine James, Chocowinity Township, two tracts; Portside, one tract.

 

 

 

 

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