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Polk County Register of Deeds

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From: 01/04/2013 To: 01/11/2013


From: Deborah Sue Tinsley (Executor), Estate Edward Wayne Cooper, Sr., Edward Wayne Cooper, Sr. Estate To: Deborah Sue Tinsley.

Sub Division: Riverbend Estates From: Roy D. Carver To: Deborah J. Carver, Dist. 1.

From: Lontrac Inc. To: Lontrac Enterprises LLC, Dist. 3

From: Ray W. Prince, Barbara M. Prince To: Johnny L. Wilson, Marilyn Jeanette Wilson, Dist. 3

From: Native Industry Inc. To: John C. Witte (Co-Trustee), Angela L. Witte (Co-Trustee), The Witte Family Trust, Dist. 3.

From: John Witte, Angela L. Witte To: John C. Witte (Co-Trustee), Angela L. Witte (Co-Trustee), The Witte Family Trust, Dist. 3.

From: John Witte, Angela L. Witte To: John C. Witte (Trustee), The Witte Family Trust, Dist. 3.

From: First Tennessee Bank National Association To: John Bland, Patricia Bland, Dist. 1.

From: Raymond Bates, Ethel Bates To: Kathleen Lillard, Dist. 2.

Sub Division: Ocoee River Mist, Lot: 2 From: Dennis G. Reed To: Judy Anne Skipper, Dist. 3, 1.99 Acres.

From: Brent L. Silbernagel To: Bruce A. Silbernagel, Brian L. Silbernagel, Dist. 3, 36.75 Acres.

From: Herman Rush, Beverly Rush To: Rush Properties, Dist. 1

Sub Division: Hiwassee Preserve, Phase 1 Lot: 12 From: John T. Bobo (Sub Trustee), Arlene Stroker, Gilbert L. Stroker To: Farm Credit Service of Mid America FLCA, Dist. 3

From: JC Gemini III LLC To: John H. Lightsey, Dist. 1

Sub Division: Ladd Springs Crossing, Lot: 4 From: Dewey Edward Ramsey, Sr. To: Tilma Sheldon, Mary Sheldon, Dist. 1.

From: Wilson & Associates PLLC (Trustee), Sandy Gregory, Sandra Gregory, Mark Gregory To: Federal National Mortgage Association, Dist. 3

Sub Division: Arthur Freeman Curbow Property, Lot: 1 From: Tommy Ledford, LeeAnn M. Ledford To: Arthur Freeman Curbow, Nancy R. Curbow, Dist. 1.

From: Betty J. Curbow To: Arthur Freeman Curbow, Nancy R. Curbow, Dist. 1

From: Arthur Freeman Curbow, Nancy R. Curbow To: Tommy Ledford, LeeAnn M. Ledford, Dist. 1.

Sub Division: Cason Heights, Lot: 2 From: Estate Wayne Schlitz, Kathleen Hall, Daniel Schlitz To: Kathleen Hall, Daniel Schlitz, Dist. 1.

From: Peggy Coleman, Peggy Jollett, Anthony W. Coleman To: Robert A. Strang (Co-Trustee), M. Faye Strang (Co-Trustee), Strang Revocable Trust, Dist. 1, 3.61 Acres.

Sub Division: Jimmy Mayfield Property, Lot: 20 From: Phillip Woody To: James R. Payne To: Deborah Payne, Dist. 1, 2.73 Acres.


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