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Quit Claim Deeds


QUIT CLAIM DEEDS Received 3-16-88 26748 - Carol Patrick to Everett D Colclazier et al, $10, L5 B1; L6 B2; L3 & 8 B3; Dobbs Manor Estates Addn.

26749 - Carol Ann Patrick to same, $10, L8 B2 Dobbs Manor Estates Addn.

26756 - Olivia Anne Choate aka Mills to Olivia Anne Mills et al, $10, L22 & 23 B5 A C Anderson Addn.

26772 - Melvin E Hatley et al to Melvin E Hatley et al, $10, pt Sec 6 T11N R2W, etc.

26773 - MOtif Homes Inc to Melvin E Hatley et al, $10, pt L8 L9-11 B3 Lincoln Terr Addn.

26774 - Melvin E Hatley et al to same, $10, pt L37 L38-48 B36 Rockwood Addn.

26777 - James Earl Claunch to Marilyn Rose Claunch, $10, L11 B29 Knob Hill Addn.

26793 - Kenneth G (Jerry) Baker et al to Ben O Abbo et al, $6,000, L1 & 2 B12 Meadow Brook Addn.

26796 - William B Washington to Evelyn L Washington, $10, L42 & 43 B9 Edwards Hgts Addn.

26800 - Susan B Ebert to Thomas A Ebert, $10, L7 & 8 B16 Central Park Addn.

26816 - Virginia A Adams to Hugh G Adams, $10, L14 B5 The Trails Addn.

26831 - Lahoma Belvin Griffin et al to Guaranty B&T Co, L25 B1 Knight Lake Addn.

26849 - FDIC to First Bank & Trust Co (Luther Branch), $10, L21 B2 Town of Luther Addn, etc.

26876 - Patricia I McCune to Darrell Joseph McCune et ux, L10 B18 Linwood Place Addn, Amended.

26889 - Elfreda Krans nka Cummins to Ainslie Krans, $5,000, L4 B1 Arrowhead Hills Subdiv Addn.

26946 - Durant Lamey Jr to Linda Fay Lamey, $10, L19 B7 Ridgeview Hgts replat Addn.

26957 - Paul Arthur Thielker et ux to LaMona A Wilson, $10, pt SW4 Sec 22 T12N R1W IM.

27007 - United Del City Bank to Daniel Wayne Steele, $250, pt L12 B8 Shillings Addn. …

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