Pocahontas County Courthouse News: November 18 through November 24

NOTE: No Marriage Certificates were filed in Pocahontas County between Nov. 18 and Nov. 24.

The following Death Certificates were filed in Pocahontas County between Nov. 18 and Nov. 24

  • Thomas Buster Clevenger: filed Nov. 20, 2023.
  • Betty Dare Mullenax: filed Nov. 20, 2023.

The following Land Transfers were filed in Pocahontas County between Nov. 18 and Nov. 24:

  • Gerard T. Leen to Noah Dicenso and Cristin Flick: unit no. 211, Expedition Station, Edray District. Filed Nov. 20, 2023.
  • Ebrahimi Family Trust (by trustees Merdad Ebrahimi and Patricia A. Ebrahimi) to Landon M. Arrington III and Caitlin M. Arrington: unit no. 311, Expedition Station, Edray District. Filed Nov. 20, 2023.
  • Robert T. Frost Trust Agreement (by trustee Robert T. Frost) to George M. Watkins and Ashley C. Watkins: lot 113 West Ridge Subdivision, Edray District. Filed Nov. 20, 2023.
  • Mark Young and Peggy Young to Esmerelda Aguilar: 1,820 acres, Town of Cass, Green Bank District. Filed Nov. 21, 2023.
  • Gregory A. Mosesso and Catherine Mosesso to James A. Hemme and Melanie D. Simpson: 1.81 acres, less outconveyance, Greenbrier River, Edray District. Filed Nov. 21, 2023.
  • Ronald J. Maddalena and Nancy D. Maddalena to Nathaniel D. Sizemore and Hanna G. Sizemore: lots 1, 2, 3 & 4, North Fork, Deer Creek, Green Bank District. Filed Nov. 21, 2023.
  • Earnest R. Smith III and Dianne L. Smith to David E. Cunningham and Kathleen G. Cunningham: unit no. 245, Alleghany Springs Condominium, Edray District. Filed Nov. 21, 2023.
  • Max L. Gum Revocable Trust (by trustee Lynn Cochran) to Lynn R. Cochran: 211.75 acres, Little Levels District. Filed Nov. 21, 2023.
  • Lynn R. Cochran to Lunn R. Cochran Revocable Trust: 211.75 acres, Little Levels District. Filed Nov. 21, 2023.
  • Scott Lewis and Donna Lewis to Kendall R. Cundiff: unit no. 2310, Lodge at Silver Creek, Green Bank District. Filed Nov. 21, 2023
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