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Boyle County property transfers

Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include:

• H&H Family Properties LLC, by Christopher P. and Crystal Hibberd, to Chad D. and Rebecca S. Patterson, property in Highland subdivision, $175,000.

• Chad D. and Rebecca S. Patterson to Nurture Nest PLLC, property on Stanford Avenue and Otter Street, property transfer; fair cash value, $175,000.

• John M. and Kathleen Sirasky to Brandon S. and Lacy S. Gardner, property on Colonial Way, $300,000.

• Emanuel Gray to Adrian L. and Patricia R. Hernandez, property in Meadows subdivision, $94,900.

• Joan and William Boyd Bingham III to Nicholas S. and Susan K. Powers, two lots in Creech subdivision, $7,500.

• Bleed Blue Properties LLC to Malcolm Grundy, property on W. Jefferson Avenue, $85,000.

• Bobby and Vickie Record to Linda Macias, property on Nichols Street, $25,000.

• Richard K. and Cheryl Yates to Richard J. Hamilton, Tammy M. Hamilton, Wendy H. Young and Joe T. Hamilton, one acre in Boyle County, fair market value, $195,700.

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