Land transactions, March 10-14

Published 5:12pm Thursday, March 20, 2014

The following deeds were transferred in Beaufort County the period of March 10-March 14.

Linda Cox Johnson to Larry Joyner Woolard, Long Acre Township, 2.868 acres.

Linda Cox Johnson to Calvage Lane Cox, Long Acre Township, no details.

Stan Joseph Paszt to Corinna G. Rogerson, Chocowinity Township, lot 9, no details.

Thomas E. Selby to Ronald Glenn Boyd, Pantego Township, land on State Road 1616.

Margaret D. Cohn to Muriel Moore Jr., Long Acre Township, .5 acre.

Margaret D. Cohn to Muriel Moore Jr., Long Acre Township, 13.03 acres.

William A. Arnold to David Earl Harrell, Bradford Estates, lot 3.

Roland W. Grosz to Kyle William Barnes, Long Acre Township, two tracts.

LSL Properties LLC to Lee Family Associates LLC, Washington Township, two tracts.

James Odell Barnes Jr. to Harry Meredith, one acre on State Road 1334.

Benjamin Leggett to Kevin L. Rogerson, Tranter’s Run, lot 5.

Capital Bank NA to David G. Johnston, Catnip Estates, lots 25-27.

Capital Bank NA to Robert L. French, Catnip Estates, lot 23.

Capital Bank NA to Alvin M. Johnston Jr., Catnip Estates, lots 21, 22.

Capital Bank NA to James L. Barnhill, Catnip Estates, lots 11-13.

Capital Bank NA to Jason T. Pair, Catnip Estates, lots 17-19.

Capital Bank NA to Alan Ernest Cook, Catnip Estates, lot 20.

Capital Bank NA to Eldred L. McQueen Jr., Catnip Estates, lots 14,15.

Capital Bank NA to William Gerald Boyd Jr., Catnip Estates, lots 28-30.

Joseph D. Alligood to Dalton R. Alligood, Long Acre Township, two tracts.

Charles F. Maness to Daniel Raymond Maness, Washington Township, Pamlico Village, lot 9, block Q.

Federal National Mortgage Association to James Thomas Elkins III, Long Point Landing, lot 87.

Rick Stevens Builder Ltd. to Bobby J. Boyd, Long Acre Township, Pirate Cove, lot 49.

William A. Goddard Sr. to William A. Goddard Jr., Washington Township, land on Cherry Run Road.

Douglas P. Allbee to Mary M. Allbee, Long Acre Township, .465 acre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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