Moultrie Observer

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September 25, 2011

Property transfers for the Sept. 28 edition

MOULTRIE — The following property transfers were recently recorded in the Colquitt County Clerk of Court office:

Russell W. Clarey of Hartsfield; to Kenneth R. Allbrooks and Trista L. Allbrooks of Hartsfield; property is located at map and parcel number M5/47B for $151,700.

Christopher Howard Godfrey of Moultrie; to James Ward Alderman of Moultrie; property is located at 134 Holley St. as a deed of gift.

L&R Orchard, Inc. of Moultrie; to Golden Orchards Pecan Company, LLC; 63.9 acre property is located on Martin Lane for $275,000.

Harold Ellison Sr. of Moultrie; to Patrick Wilder of Moultrie; property is located at 349 Old Berlin Road for $200,000.

Ruby Lee Spimk of Tifton; to Denver Braswell; 48.57 acre property is located at map and parcel number  C036B/029, 030 and 031 for $60,000.

Glenda N. Morris of Moultrie; to Michael A. Morris of Moultrie; 2.01 acre property is located at map and parcel number C015 060A.

Jerry W. Bennett of Moultrie; to Vickie Bennett Clemons of Moultrie; 1.46 acre located on Pierce Road as a deed of gift.

Jerry W. Bennett of Moultrie; to Binh Ngoc Tran of Grayson, Ga.; 0.15 acre property is located at map and parcel number C048-112 as a deed of gift.

Moultrie Colquitt County Development Authority; to International Poultry Breeders LLC of Norman Park; property is located at map and parcel number C060/005.

Michael F. Jones of Moultrie; to Shatarra S. Brown of Moultrie; property is located at 1216 Ninth St. S.W. for $80,000.

Handy Flemming of Moultrie; to Anthony Antonio Walker of Tallahassee; property is located at map and parcel number C044A 006 for $6,000.

Handy Flemming of Moultrie; to Anthony Antonio Walker of Tallahassee; property is located at map and parcel number M011 217 for $9,500.

Earl Stephens, by and through his attorney in fact, South Georgia Banking Company of Omega; to Kathryn Thompson of Norman Park; 1.71 acre property is located at map and parcel number C074/049A as a first transferee foreclosure.

Gary Hall Homes, Inc. of Valdosta; to Benjie E. Conger and Thelma L. Conger of Moultrie; property is located at map and parcel number C055 017.

Benjie E. Conger of Moultrie; to William R. Folsom of Lakeland, Ga.; property is located at map and parcel number C055 017.

Colquitt County State of Georgia; to Eddie Warren of Moultrie; property is located at map and parcel number M012 322.

William H. Smith of Moultrie; to William H. Smith Jr. of Moultrie; 2.28 acre property is located at map and parcel number C047 024A as a deed of gift.

William R. Folsom of Lakeland, Ga.; to Benjie E. Conger and Thelma L. Conger; property is located at map and parcel number C055 017.

Donna Tanner of Moultrie; to Kenneth L. Tanner of Moultrie; property is located at 749 Blasingame Road as a deed of gift.

Anne Castleberry AKA Anne Jearl Castleberry of Moultrie; to Barbara Smith Bennett and Rebecca A. Lawson of Moultrie; property is located at map and parcel number C037B/159.

Sheila L. Smith of Norman Park; to Department of Transportation of Atlanta; property is located at map and parcel number C058A 30-C as a govt./nonprofit public corp.

R. Alan Dismuke of Albany; to Andrew Dismuke of Albany; 1.009 acre property is located at 3194 Ga. Hwy. 37 East Estate for $34,000.

Peggy C. Week et al of Norman Park; to Barbara C. Davidson of Moultrie; 1.5 acre property is located at map and parcel number C68/102.

Beverly J. Ford of Moultrie; to Michael F. Jones of Moultrie; property is located at 337 Cole Road for $65,000.

Commercial Banking Company of Moultrie; to Beverly J. Ford of Moultrie; property is located at 337 Cole Road as a deed of correction.

Loretta J. Lewis of Moultrie; to Robert William Lewis Sr. of Moultrie; 12.18 acre property is located in the 8th Land District in Land Lot 33 as a deed of gift.

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