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September 29, 2011

Clinton County Property Transfers: Sept. 19 to 23, 2011

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County Sept. 19 through 23, 2011. The buyer, the seller, the community where the property is located and the sale price (listed in that order) were culled from documents in the Clinton County Clerk’s Office:

To Bonnie Houghton and Richard P. Houghton from Bonnie Houghton, fka Bonnie Lacount, and Ida M. Lacount, Champlain, zero dollars.

To Jon Rulfs from George Moore, AuSable, $125,000.

To Giroux’s Grain Farm, LLC, from Nelson L. Leduc and Betty J. Leduc, Champlain, $735,000.

To Donna J. Warner from Dale T. Warner and Donna J. Warner, Beekmantown, zero dollars.

To James Davison and Wendy Davison, as tenant by the entirety, from Philip G. Miller and Deborah A. Miller, Mooers, $4,500.

To Steven D. Roberts from Andrew J. Cavallero, Peru, zero dollars.

To Eugene E. Pelkey and Mary A. Pelkey from Richard T. Shapcott and Jayne Y. O’Reilly, Altona, $12,000.

To Ricky Duprey from Sheila Duprey and Ricky Duprey, Champlain, zero dollars.

To Nathan Judd from Fannie Mae, aka Federal National Mortgage Association, AuSable, $54,600.

To Tammac Holdings Corporation from James E. Maher, Esq, Champlain, $142,012.88.

To Shannon J. Manor and Tracy Corey, as joint tenants with rights of survivorship, from Shannon J. Manor and Mary A. Manor, Beekmantown, zero dollars.

To Jeffrey Logan and Lori Logan, as tenants by the entirety, from Carl Ashline, Saranac, $113,000.

To Patrick J. Verrillo and Michele L. Agnew, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, from Richard D. McIntosh, Ellenburg, $55,000.

To David M. Rougier and Susan A. Rougier from Carolyn Tourville and Beverly Gagnier, Chazy, $32,000.

To Harold Manley and Andrea P. Manley from Harold Manley, as executor of the Estate of Joann M. Manley, who died on the 7th day of September, 2009, Saranac, $59,400.

To Richard H. Leclerc Jr. and Jennifer A. Dejongh-Leclerc, as tenants by the entirety, from Michael Miller and Jessica Miller, City of Plattsburgh, $276,000.

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