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Sub Division: Laura Lynn Farm Estates, Lot: 13 From: Penny Lee Hunt Weathers, Estate of Everette Lee Hunt To: Penny Lee Hunt Weathers, Marus Lee Hunt, Gale Lynn Hunt, Anthony Howard Hunt, Victor Paul, Dist. 1

From: Buford Wilson, Willa Mae Wilson To: Willa Mae Wilson, Carmella Jean Wilson, Gleen Dean Wilson, Jeffrey Lynn Wilson, Marty Lee Wilson, Teresa Kay Wilson, Dist. 1

From: Rickey L. Brooks, Kenneth David Bishop, Myrtle Adeliah Bishop To: James Henry Zervas, Jr., Dist. 1

From: Cheryl Lynn Chavis, Cheryl Lynn Allen To: Affordable Cabins & Sheds Inc., Affordable Remodel and Sheds Inc., Dist. 1

From: Affordable Cabins & Sheds Inc., Affordable Remodel and Sheds Inc. To: Dony K. Donev, Kathryn N. Donev, Dist. 1

Sub Division: NJ Wilson Subdivision, Lot: 43 From: Mark Wakely To: Robert M. Sellers, Dist. 1

From: Julia S. Witt To: James Stephen Chapman, Debra M. Chapman, Dist. 3, 5 Acres

From: Thomas James Brown To: Miriam Ratcliff, Ronnie Ratcliff, Dist. 3, .25 Acres

From: Christy D. Gargala (Personal Representative), Estate Billy Gene Browder, Estate Billie Gene Browder To: Angela D. Long, Christy D. Gargala, Dist. 1, 21.51 Acres

From: Angela D. Long To: Christy D. Gargala, Dist. 1, 3.18 Acres

From: Christy D. Gargala To: Angela D. Long, Dist. 1, 18.33 Acres

Sub Division: Circle R Estates, Lot: 5; Sub Division: Paul McClary Property, Lot: 2 From: Douglas R. Johnson (Trustee), Paul McClary, Carrie McClary, Dist. 1

Sub Division: Ocoee Riverside, Lot: 9 From: Tracy P. Osborne To: Julia Lynn Osborne, Dist. 1

From: Arnold Weiss (Sub Trustee), Michael A. Cain, Patricia M. Cain To: JC Gemini III, Dist. 1

From: Janice Wilcox Reid, Dennis Wilcox, Gerald Wilcox To: Richard Reid, Tammy Reid, Dist. 3, 1.89 Acres

Sub Division: Ada Moss Estates, Lot: 21 From: Frittie V. Moss Kirkland, Haroldean Moss Wiggins, Heirs of Ada Culberson Moss, Glenda Mardelle Pavia, Stephen Ellis Kirkland, James Madison Kirkland, Heirs of Joy C. Kirkland To: William Ray Wiggins

From: Richard B. Gossett (Suc Trustee), Rodger E. Jones To: Branch Banking and Trust Company, Dist. 3

From: Linda Jane Coley (Executrix), Estate of Elizabeth Lee Davis, Estate of Elizabeth Davis Botts To: Linda Jane Coley, James Ben Davis, Dist. 1, 333.2 Acres

From: Betty Ann Nicholson (Executor), Estate Ruth Hazel Postelle, Estate Ruth Bryant Postelle, Estate Ruth B. Postelle To: Betty Ann Nicholson, Dist. 3

From: Justin B. Beck To: Justin B. Beck, Misty D. Beck, 1 Acre


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