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May 20, 2014


The following information was obtained in conjunction and reprinted with permission of The Versailles Republican.

Ripley County

Real Estate Transfers

Ripley County Sheriff to BMO Harris Bank NA, property in Laughery Twp., filed March 21.

James A. Ertel to Keith B. Bobb, property in Jackson Twp., filed March 19.

Martha Ann Dilk to Martha Ann Dilk, property in Hooton Troy Addition Section 2, filed March 18.

Danita R. Yeomans to Matthew G. Eggleston, property in Hooten Section 3, filed March 19.

Melissa A. Evans to Melissa A. Evans, property in Delaware Twp., filed March 18.

Ripley County Sheriff to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., property in Center Twp., filed March 21.

Ripley County Sheriff to Federal National Mortgage Association, property in Center Twp., filed March 21.

Teresea D. Hanna to Friendship State Bank, property in Brown Twp., filed March 21.

MAC Development Inc. to Martin M. Gbur, property in Washington Twp., filed March 19.

Rita Ann Lambert to Linda Hall, property in Koenig’s Addition, filed March 20.

Wells Fargo Delaware Trust Co. NA to David Kessen and Sarah Kessen, property in Brown Twp., filed March 18.

Debra McQueen to Herbert M. McQueen, property in Sunman, filed March 21.

Vince H. Hils to Brandy M. Meyer and Steven R. Meyer, property in Jackson Twp., filed March 21.

Talia M. Wagner to Clark Moore, property in 1/1,500 interest in Phase 4 of Indian Lakes Wilderness Preserve, filed March 19.

Barbara A. Murrone to James A. Murrone, property in Franklin Twp., filed March 20.

Ripley County Sheriff to Napoleon State Bank, property in Jackson Twp., filed March 19.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. to Allen Redelman, property in Johnson Twp., filed March 19.

Mary A. Nealis to Lisa G. Shelton, property in Otter Creek Twp., filed March 18.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Winding Road Management LLC, property in Joseph Hartman’s Addition, filed March 18.

Mary Ann Dilk to Betty Ann Wirtz, property in Hooton Troy Addition Section 2, filed March 18.

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