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Land Transactions/Public Salaries

August 14, 2012

Land Transfers 08/14/2012

APPANOOSE COUNTY — Bartt M. Carney and Jane F. Carney conveyed to Brant Ragan and Sheri Ragan land in Udell Township Aug. 3.

Virginia Lindley Brunn conveyed to herself land in Vermillion Township Aug. 3.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation conveyed to Pierson Building LLC land in Centerville Aug. 3.

Virgil E. Peck III and Lisa A. Peck conveyed to Bradley L. Henderson and Andrea S. Henderson land in Moravia Aug. 6.

Turner Lumber Company Inc. conveyed to Brad L. Henderson and Andrea S. Henderson land in Taylor Township Aug. 6.

Wayne A. Wright, Mary Ellen Wright, Richard E. McClure and Mary K. McClure conveyed to Kenneth Blank and Mary Blank land in Pleasant and Franklin townships Aug. 6.

Richard J. Newcomer conveyed to Don Wade and Richard Shiley land in Moulton Aug. 7.

Donald P. Ewing conveyed to Brian W. Felton land in Plano Aug. 7.

Brian W. Felton and Martha W. Felton conveyed to Michael Pickering land in Plano Aug. 7.

Velma Jean Irwin estate and clerk of district court conveyed to Dorman L. Irwin land in Independence Township Aug. 7.

Harold Dale Christian conveyed to Michael Christian and Brenda Christian land in Moulton Aug. 8.

Waldo Stobe Enterprises LLC conveyed to Time Out Lounge LLC land in Centerville Aug. 8.

Tracy Construction Company and Tracy Brothers Construction Inc. conveyed to Bruce E. Tracy land in Vermillion Township Aug. 8.

Freeman M. Beachy and Edna J. Beachy conveyed to Todd A. Miler and Kristen J. Miler land in Franklin Township Aug. 9.

Ellen E. Vanderlinden conveyed to Ellen Sue Mason and Betty Jo Volkamer land in Caldwell Township Aug. 9.

Compiled by Michael Schaffer/Daily Iowegian

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