Moultrie Observer

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February 21, 2010

Property transfers for the Feb. 24 edition

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

Randy J. Cox of Moultrie; to Johnny W. Cooper of Moultrie and Darlene S. Cooper; 3.06 acre property is located as a portion of map and parcel number C012/063 for $15,300.

Roberto Mora of Moultrie; to Guillermo Alvarez and Anet Sabino Martinez of Moultrie; property is located at 1164 15th St. S.E. for $90,000.

Barnett Mortgage CO, LTD of St. Petersburg, Fla.; to Jlf Holdings, LLC of Moultrie; property is located at map and parcel number M053/007 for $1,685,000.

Larry Franklin Properties, Inc. of Moultrie; to Linda H. Lofton of Moultrie; property is located at map and parcel number M047a/032 for $160,000.

D. Ernest Flowers of Moultrie; to Thayne Mellick and Jane Mellick of Kinsley, Kan.; proeprty is located at 303 Clubview Drive for $48,000.

Brent Durbin of Union Grove, Ala.; to Netosha L. Ward of Moultrie; property is located at map and parcel number M027/107 for $160,000.

John McFarland of Norman Park; to Andrea Boughner Lucas of Newnan, Ga.; 3.624 acre property is located at map and parcel number C028/041 for $25,500.

Randy J. Cox of Moultrie; to William E. Grantham of Doerun and P. Clay Underwood; 22.02 acre property is located at map and parcel number C12/17F for $88,000.

Edgar I. Walden Jr. of Moultrie; to Edward Lee Walden of Moultrie; 53.3 acre property is located at map and parcel number C080 006.

Amanda Leann Walker of Moultrie; to Justin Kelly Walker of Moultrie; 1.91 acre property is located at 4977 Ga. Hwy 33 N. as a deed of gift.

John A. McConahey of Moultrie; to Randall G. Strange as trustee under the John A McConahey and Dorothy Jean McConahey Revocable trust; property is located at map and parcel number M027/113.

W. Leo Porter of Moultrie; to David Lee Porter of Moultrie and Benny L Porter; property is located at map and parcel numbers C0378B 115 and 117.

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