Published 10:28am Monday, August 29, 2011

— Gregory Knight and Craig Knight to Priscilla Gray, Rome Township, $60,000.

— Joe Gerges EL Khoury to James Brent and Julie Beth Thompson, Rome Township, $321,000.

— Lawrence Joseph South to Jeffrey and Tami Carpenter, Rome Township, $113,500.

— Kenny Dingess to Jack Clifford Jr. and Rebecca Estep, Rome Township, $25,000.

— Jerry and Stephanie Perry to James and Wilda Martin, Fayette Township, $127,000.

— James McLendon to James Unger, Perry Township, $95,000.

— Riley Development Co., to Gregory Barker, Union Township, $225,000.

— Estate of Ella Rice to Basil and Pamela Hicks, Perry Township, $68,000.

— TruCap REO to Shawn and Robin Murdock, city of Ironton, $15,500.

— Todd and Joelle Boyer to Phyllis Akers, city of Ironton, $1,000.

— Anthony Patrick to Steven Chatterton, Union Township, $40,000.

— Jerry D. McDonald to Jaclyn Jackson, Lawrence Township, $5,000.

— Suzanne Jenkins, et al, to Nicholas Boggess, city of Ironton, $53,500.

— Paul Brooks and Tina Brooks to Stephen and Sandra Morrison, Rome Township, $123,000.

— Deborah A. Wilson to Daniel and Zonia Conley, Fayette Township, $186,300.

— Jackie and Cheryl Nelson, trustees, to David Greene, et al, Rome Township, $25,000.

— Shelton Ramey, executor of the estate of Charles Bandy, to David and Kay Mears, Rome Township, $208,000.

— Tosha Adkins to Pam Bradley, Rome Township, $5,000.

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