Monroe County Courthouse News: May 21 through May 27.

NOTE: No Death or Marriage Certificates were filed in Monroe County between May 21 and May 27.

The following Land Transfers were filed in Monroe County between May 21 and May 27:

  • Helmut H. Steudel and Madeline Steudel to Mark W. Smith and Margo E. Smith: lots 5 & 6, Union District, Map 3 Parcel 7. Filed May 21, 2024.
  • David J. Allgyer and Linda E. Allgyer to Sunset Holding LLC: 1 ½ acres, Union District, Map 1 Parcel 54.00. Filed May 22, 2024.
  • Jason R. Bradley to Steven C. Hancock, Robin D. Hancock, and Ivy J. Hancock: 41,535 square feet, Union District, Map 6 Parcel 35.00. Filed May 23, 2024.
  • Samantha D. Porterfield to William H. Boggs and Beverly C. Boggs: 1.19 acres, Second Creek District, Map 25. Filed May 23, 2024.
  • Vernon C. Collins and Gayle B. Collins to Ronald Stapleberg and Bonnie J. Stapleberg: 128 acres more or less with exceptions, Springfield District, Map 14 Parcel 19.00. Filed May 24, 2024.
  • Wanda P. Smith, Anita M. Wells, and Douglas G. Smith to Wanda P. Smith and Nathaniel D. Hensley: three parcels, Springfield District, Map 16 Parcel 17.00. Filed May 24, 2024.
  • Wanda P. Smith, Anita M. Wells, and Douglas G. Smith toSteve E. Reece and Lane S. Reece: 191.85 acres more or less with exceptions, Springfield District, Map 15 Parcel 19.00.
  • Nancy W. Wilkins to Chastin R. Wickline and Ian T.C. Mann: one tract, Red Sulphur District, Map 32 Parcel 28.00. Filed May 24, 2024.
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