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PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Jacob Jesse Howell, 24, 1668 Catawba Ave., automotive technician, and Stephanie Nichole Owens, 21, 1668 Catawba Ave., self-employed.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Joel W. Roediger to Fred Snead and Linda M. Smith, 125 E. McCreight Ave., Springfield; $180,000.

Donald M. Neese to Charmian Neese, 1248 Fyffe Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.

Sandra J. Stoltz and Sally J. Morgan to Sally J. Morgan, 924 Scarff Road, New Carlisle; no fee.

Nicholas Scovanner and Linda E. Eipper to Aaron M. and Amber R. Foster, 4243 and 0 Quwood Road, Springfield; $125,500.

Glenda L. Foster, Trustee, to Marcus Vest and Sandi Golden Vest, 3475 Moorefield Road, Springfield; $470,000.

Ronny L. and Diane S. Rader to Steven C. and Sara A. Malanowski, 3159 Sherwood Park Dr., Springfield; $104,000.

John and Michelle Curtis to Gerald L. and Yvonne D. Bright, 810 E. Rose St., Springfield; $25,000.

Bradley Alan Strawsburg to Steven Swiger, 919 and 923 S. Limestone St., Springfield; $55,000.

Tonya Grogg to TL & NC LLC, 702 E. Madison Ave., Springfield; $25,000.



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