Property transfers – 9/26/11

Published 11:07am Monday, September 26, 2011

mick, Lawrence Township, $28,000.

— Linda Brammer and Tracy Brammer, et al, to Brian and Rebecca Gannon, Perry Township, $75,000.

— Citimortgage to David and Paula Conley, Fayette Township, $45,000.

— Michael J. Matt and Toni L. Matt to Amanda Webb, Rome Township, $98,500.

— Joseph and Brittany Stallo to Corey and Ashley Black, Windsor Township, $61,000.

— Christopher Rowe to Rose Kipping and Kandice Napier, Union Township, $50,000.

— Donald Ray Fitzpatrick Sr., to Park Avenue Real Estate, Perry Township, $350,000.

— Mary Maxine Jenkins to Chrissi and Joshua Burd, Rome Township, $10,800.

— Deutsche Bank National Trust to Sarah and Joshua Wilson, Upper Township, $25,000.

— Amcore Bank to Keith Moore, Fayette Township, $17,250.

— Jackie Holland Sr., to Billy Holland Sr., Union Township, $240.

— Thomas Shepherd Jr. and Virginia Shepherd to Joseph and Lesley Van Meter, Mason Township, $1,000.

— Keith and Judy Molihan to Ironton Lawrence County Community Action Organization, city of Ironton, $75,000.

— Timothy and Nancy Ingram to Anthony and Tammy Hayes, Fayette Township, $152,500.

— Freida Haynes and Albert Haynes to Richard and Ann Haynes, city of Ironton, $63,333.35.

— Kenneth and Lavona Browning to Ricky and Angela Browning, city of Ironton, $55,000.

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