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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton, Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 2008
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Budget cuts prompt school district to eliminate over 20 positions


By Carrie A. Mizell
State budget cuts to schools in Gil-
christ County could exceed $377,000
next year, forcing school district of-
ficials to trim the budget by eliminat-
ing more than 20 positions.
According to Buddy Vickers, su-
perintendent of schools, 10 to 12 of
the positions being eliminated will
be teacher's aide positions, after that
teacher's positions will be trimmed.
Teachers who are retiring or leaving
the district at the end of the 2007-
08 school year will not be replaced,
Vickers explained.
The district will lose $130 per stu-
dent next year after already taking


a $4,000 hit this year, David Dose,
director of finance for the Gilchrist
County School District explained on
Monday.
According to Dose, the county's
general operating budget for 2007-08
was $22 million.
While Vickers has not yet instructed
his staff to reduce their 2008-09 bud-
get by a specific percentage, he plans
to present a trimmed down budget to
the Gilchrist County School Board at
a budget workshop on May 12.
"We know we have to save enough
dollars to put into reserves for next
year," Dose said. "We'll make it into
July this year, but we don't know yet


Superintendent Buddy Vickers
about next year."
The school board's 2008-09 fiscal


year begins July 1 and school district
officials are already predicting more
reductions will be made.
The state budget cuts are related
to legislative appropriations derived
from sales tax revenues. State class
size requirements and Amendment 1
will also affect the school district's
budget.
While Dr. Jim Surrency, assistant
school superintendent, said it is the
school district officials' goal to con-
tinue with strong instructional pro-
grams in Trenton and Bell schools,
Vickers pointed out that district offi-
cials are already working to identify
some areas, departments and person-


nel in the district where costs may be
reduced. I
According to Vickers, personnel
costs make up 75 to 80 percent of the
budget through payroll and benefits.
Vickers also pointed out that experts
are predicting fuel costs to rise to
$5 per gallon this summer and Blue
Cross and Blue Shield insurance cov-
erage will increase 10 to 20 percent,
which will cost the school district
over $200,000.
Therefore, Vickers explained that
eliminating positions will not be the
only cost saving measures taken in
preparation of the 2008-09 fiscal
year.


"We will be limiting trips and cut-
ting all unnecessary travel for sports
and clubs," Vickers said. "We will
also be making cuts in the district of-
fice ... it won't just be teachers."
In the past the school district has
offered after school tutoring to stu-
dents from 3:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and
provided bus transportation home for
the students, but that will also have to
be eliminated, Vickers said.
As Surrency pointed out Gilchrist
County School District is not alone.
Every school district and community
college in the state of Florida is cur-
rently preparing for budget woes in
2008-09.


Tyler Grade fire smolders,

70 percent contained


The Gilchrist County Board of County Commissioners were given the
above satellite photograph of the Tyler Grade fire during a Monday
afternoon meeting. The orange line shows the boundary line of the fire.
The fire started on the far right side and is noted with a black circle.
A command post was established near the center and is also marked


with a black circle.
By Carrie A. Mizell
Crews from the Florida Division of
Forestry were mopping up hot spots
that could reignite the Tyler Grade
fire on Monday, which burned 911
acres in the Waccasassa Flats last
week.
According to Ludie Bond, pub-
lic information officer at the Florida
Division of Forestry, the fire which
started as a two acre brush fire north
of State Road 26 on April 15 grew to
over 900 acres last week after the fire
jumped its containment lines and was
fueled by underbrush.
Firefighters made a lot of progress
over the weekend by expanding fire
lines and spraying hot spots with wa-
ter and foam near the interior of the
fire, Bond explained, despite a wind
shift from southeast to west the fire
was 70 percent contained on Mon-
day.
"The fire has been contained, but
because there are still active fires
burning it cannot be considered com-
pletely extinguished," Bond said.
"There is still unburned fuel in the
area."
Fire crews continue to work day
and night monitoring the fire, though
the night crews have been scaled
back to two firefighters due to lower
humidity during the evening hours.
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deemed the largest active fire burning
in the state last week, will continue to
smoke and smolder until the area gets
several inches of rain, Bond said.
"Typically we don't see fires this
large in the area," Bond said. "If w'e
don't get any rain we will see smoke
from this fire all through the month
of May."
According to Ron Mills, chief of
Gilchrist County Emergency Man-
agement, firefighters from the Florida
Division of Forestry were assisted by
Gilchrist County Emergency Man-
agement, all Gilchrist County Vol-
unteer Fire Departments and crews
from Dixie, Suwannee, Alachua and
Levy Counties.
"We are strictly out there to pro-
vide support," Mills said. "A few
homes were threatened when the fire
first started on Wednesday, but as it
progressed the winds changed and
the threat lessened."
According to Bond, the homes that
were initially.considered in danger lie
east of where the fire was burning.
. Though there is no burn ban in
effect, the Florida Division of For-
estry is recommending residents hold
off on outdoor burning due to dry
and windy conditions. According to
Bond, the Florida Division of For-
estry is bracing for an active wildfire
season in 2008.


By Cindy Jo Ayers
Seventeen Relay for Life teams
put up tents and laced up their walk-
ing shoes to participate in the 2008
Relay for Life which was held at. the
Chiefland High School football field
on May 2 and 3.
Among the many tents was one for
the Advocacy Group which assists
the American Cancer Society by lob-
bying for research funds. This tent
also provided refreshments for the
survivors after their first lap which
officially kicks-off the relay each
year.
Longtime Gilchrist County resident
and cancer survivor Donna Hayes
was on hand at the event which was
held in her honor: The rtlay was also
held in memory of Brandy Chewning
who passed away in 2007. Chewn-
ing's mother and sister who live in
Chiefland attended also.
The team that raised the most mon-
ey was Team Margaret Akins. This
Bronson team raised nearly $4,000
for the relay. Two teams were part of
the fundraising club on a Bronze lev-
el. Teams that raised $2,500 or more
rose to the Bronze level. The Cen-
tral Florida Electric Team and Team
Margaret reached that level during
the weeks leading up to and during
the Relay for Life. The 2008 Co-
Chairs for this event, Anni Egan and
Cindy Chadwick, worked tirelessly


Cancer survivors Ron McQueen, Donna Hayes, Peggy Milito, Jim Troke and Wilbur Bush kicked off the
2008 Tri-County Relay for Life by walking in the survivor lap. See additional pictures on page 11.


for several months preparing for the
big event which includes teams from
both Gilchrist and Levy County.
The following teams were part of
the Relay for Life: Capital City Bank,
The Survivor Team, Trenton Medical
Center, Inc., Gilchrist County Team,


Gilchrist County Courthouse Team,
Motivated Methodist, Chiefland
HOSA, Gilchrist County Sheriff's
Team, Chiefland Elementary School,
Central Florida Electric, Trenton
High School Beta Club, Kids World
Preschool and Learn Team, St. John


The Evangelist Catholic team, Team
Margaret, Levy County Sheriff's De-
partment, 7th Heaven Spa and Bell
Elementary.
Relay organizers are planning a
wrap-up party later this month and
awards will be given out at that time.


Jones is '08 Florida Agriscience Teacher of the Year


By Carrie A. Mizell
Bell Middle School agriscience
teacher Debbie Jones was shocked
to learn last week that she has been
selected 2008 Agriscience Teacher of
the Year for the state of Florida.
"I just couldn't believe it," Jones
said.
Jones has worked as the middle
school agriscience teacher at Bell
Middle School since 1998. As a
hands-on teacher, Jones said she in-
structs her students in the classroom
before they go out and put what they
have learned into practice. Agricul-
ture curriculum for middle school
students ranges from horticulture and
tractor, machine and tool safety, to
gardening and animal science. Jones
also coaches Bell's land judging team
and horse judging team each year.
One of Jones' former students, Jef-
frey Williams, who is currently serv-
ing as Area II state FFA vice presi-
dent, presented her with a copy of a


Clemons is candidate for

School Board, Dist. 2


It is my privilege to announce to
the residents of Gilchrist County
that I will seek to continue to serve
as your School Board Member from
District 2. My name is Bob Clemons
and my wife, Wanda, and I have lived
in Gilchrist County for many years.
We were childhood sweethearts and
we have been blessed with thirty-
eight years of marriage. Our children
graduated from Bell High School and
four generations of our family con-
tinue to live on our farm just outside
of Trenton. Wanda has taught many
of your children over the last twenty-
eight years at Bell Elementary, Bell
Middle-High School, and now at
Trenton High School.
I have a bachelor degree in account-
ing and currently I am employed with
the Levy County School Board as the
Director of Finance. The Levy school


Bob Clemons
system has an annual budget of about
seventy million dollars. I am respon-
sible for all the financial activities of
the district, which includes the pay-
(Continued to page 18)


Debbie Jones


press release recognizing her as the
2008 Agriscience Teacher of the Year
last Wednesday night at 10:30.
Williams was instrumental in get-
ting Jones to send in an application for
the award, which required pictures, a
resume, responses to six questions,
and letters of recommendation along
with a six-to-ten-page application.
"She is a very humble person,"
Williams said. "When I first asked
her to apply she told me she didn't
need recognition on the state level to
know that what she is teaching stu-
dents is worth her time."
Ultimately, Williams enlisted the
help of Jones' daughter Erin to help
him with the application. After much
pressure Jones did finally turn in her
completed application.


It was. with great joy that Williams
got to inform Jones last week that she
had been selected out of ten other ap-
plicants from throughout the state.
"Her dedication sets her apart,"
Williams said. "A lot of FFA advisors
are motivated by winning stuff, but
she gets great joy in just seeing her
students succeed in life."
On June 11 Williams will get to
publicly honor his former agriscience
teacher and FFA advisor at the 80th
Annual Florida FFA Convention.
During a session presided over by
Williams, Jones will be honored with
a plaque recognizing her as the 2008
Agriscience Teacher of.the Year.
According to Williams, Jones' ap-
plication will now be sent to the na-
tional competition.


Bethel Baptist breaks ground on FLC
By Cindy Jo Ayers
The membership of Bethel Bap-
tist Church gathered Sunday, May 4
to break ground on their new Fam-
ily Life Center. The dedication and
ground breaking event took place just
after the Sunday morning service.
Bethel's Pastor Jake Cravey said,
"It is our hope that the new building
will be a place where salvation is
prevalent."
Bro. Cravey said that the church
had been blessed tremendously by
a donation by one of their members
Spurgeon Cheek. Some time ago
Cheek donated two river lots to the
church which they sold when real ~
estate sales were at their best in the
area. The amount they received for '
the property will pay for over half the
cost of the new metal building.
The Family Life Center will be
20 feet tall at the center point. The , - . " . -.
10,000 square foot building will have
total of six Sunday School rooms, a A groundbreaking and dedication service was held at Bethel Baptis
large kitchen facility and bathrooms. Church on Sunday, May 4 for a new Family Life Center. The me
The vision of this building came behind the shovels were Spurgeon Cheek, Joe Lander, Gary McKenzie
(Co~ntinued to page 18) Ronnie Sherman, and Pastor Jake Cravey.
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By Carrie A. Mizell
Tears stream down the face of Lynn
Watson each and every time she has
to euthanize an unwanted cat or dog.
Though Watson has worked as an
animal control officer with Gilchrist
County Animal Services for two and
a half years, she says that ending the
life of an unwanted animal does not
get any easier.
"It's a very hard job ... I tend to
get quite attached too quickly to the
animals," Watson said.
While she logs 40 hours each week,
Watson said she often has to answer
calls after hours and on weekends.
Her duties include answering aban-
donment calls, picking up stray dogs
and cats throughout the county and
rescuing animals .that have been cru-
elly mistreated by their owners and
tr.inporting them to the county's ani-
mal shelter on State Road 47.
"I have had turtles, a gecko, a ger-
bil and rabbits here and I have taken
in horses and put them in other plac-
es," Watson explained. "I don't nor-
mally do wildlife, but I have picked
up injured deer."
According to the Gilchrist County
Animal Services call log, Watson and
fellow animal control officer Mike
Burnett answered 255 calls during
the month of March 2008. Watson
explained that the number of calls
fluctLates from month to month, but
Animal Services receives the most
calls during the summer months
because it is the time of year when
more people are at home and when
an increased number of dog bites are
reported.
Once animals are picked up they
are vaccinated, Watson explained,
if they are friendly, but not if they
are overly aggressive. Animals are
then kept in one of 12 kennels at the
shelter for five days, which gives the
owner time to find their lost animals.
After five days, the animals are put
up for adoption.
Watson clearly remembers pick-
ing up a very aggressive little bull-
dog once that was terrified of people.
During the bulldog's first several
days at the shelter Watson said she
would try to crawl up the chain link,
but once a friendly dog was put in
the pen with her she calmed down.
Within two days the bulldog was.
licking Watson's fingers. While the
bulldog spent two months at the ani-
mal shelter, ultimately she had to be
euthanized
Of the animals that have to be eu-
thanized, Watson said the sick" ani-
mals or very aggressive animals do
not bother her like the ones no one
wants.
Bucket is a very loveable dog who
currently resides at the animal shelter.
Though Bucket has been featured as
Pet of the Week in the Gilchrist Coun-
ty Journal, no one seems interested in
him Watson explained. Therefore he
faces an uncertain future.


Gilchrist County animal control officer Lynn Watson is shown with
'Buffy' a cocker spaniel she picked up last week.


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Dogs are barking inside kennels located at the Gilchrist County Ani-
mal Shelter on SR 47 north of Trenton.


"Bucket is a wonderful guy, but he
is not what people are looking for,"
Watson said. "When I first started
this job I must have had 25 cats and
15 dogs at home."
Over the years Watson said she
has learned she cannot take every
animal home with her, and she has
since found good homes for all of the
animals. Today Watson only has two
pets at home. Instead of taking all of
the unwanted animals home Watson
has sought out other forever home
solutions.
Last Thursday Watson transported
10 dogs to a pet rescue service in Or-
lando so they might be adopted at a
weekend adoption event.
Currently, Gilchrist County Animal
Services is attempting to raise funds
to construct a new animal shelter fa-


cility next to Gilchrist County Solid
Waste in Bell. The facility will boast
40 kennels, an indoor cat room and a
separate space for mothers and pup-
pies. Eventually the facility will have
outdoor runs for the animals, Watson
explained.
The National Barrel Horse Associ-
ation FLO8 will hold a.riding benefit
on, Saturday, May .24, . the Gilcu;ist
-FFA Alumni Arena to raise funds for
the new animal facility.
Over the last six months volunteers
from throughout the community have
stepped up and donated their time to
clean kennels and bathe dogs at the
animal shelter, which held half its
maximum capacity last week.
For more information on Gilchrist
County Animal Services call 463-
3158.


Commission agrees to jail improvements


By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commission
took action on Monday to make secu-
rity improvements, place new paint
on the walls and furniture in the Gil-
christ County Jail.
Commissioner SharonAkins Lang-
ford had asked the board in an April
meeting if the county could make
some much-needed improvements
at the jail. Commissioner Langford
visited the jail and met with the su-
pervisor and the sheriff to identify the
types of paint that needed to be used.
Sheriff David Turner agreed that if
the county would purchase the paint
and the supplies the sheriff's office
would work with staff and volunteer
inmates to get the work done. Com-
missioner Langford made a motion
to purchase the specific type of paint
that was designed for correctional fa-
cilities at a cost of $2,416.90. Com-
missioner Randy Durden agreed and
gave a second in favor of the action.
The board voted 4-0 in favor of the
motion.


Gilchrist County Administrator
Ron McQueen explained to the four
commissioners that the surveillance
system at the jail was inadequate
and dysfunctional. McQueen told the
board that the sheriff had contacted
Advanced Systems Limited, Inc. of
Bronson to provide a quote for a new
surveillance system in the jail. The
system included new color cameras,
and electronic operating system with
keyboards, monitors and installation
for $56,562.90.
Kennedy Communications also
provided the county with a bid for
video and voice solutions at the Gil-
christ County Jail. This system in-
cludes new Linksys cameras, indoor
and outdoor camera enclosures, new
keyboards and monitors and tele-
phones with installation and one year
of warranty support for $36,104.
The board discussed the needs in-
volving the jail and how the security
was being compromised at this time
with the current system. Gilchrist
County Chief Deputy Harvey Mont-


goinery was asked what he though
about the new security systems being
proposed for the county jail.
"This system is great and it suits
our needs well," the chief said.
The board asked Gilchrist County
Finance Director Jackie Johnson
where the revenues would come
from to purchase the equipment.
Johnson pointed out that the funds
to purchase the equipment were un-
available in the sheriff's budget, but
the General Revenue Reserve fund
could afford the expenditure. Com-
missioner Langford made a motion
to purchase the security system from
Kennedy Communications that is on
state contract for $36,104. Commis-
sioner Durden agreed with a second
before the board voted 4-0 in favor of
the purchase.
"This is something that is needed
to protect and improve the security
in the jail," Commissioner Langford
added.

Senior citizen's

annual pass to

Hart Springs

reduced to $25
By John M. Ayers
Gilchrist County Commissioner
Sharon Akins Langford requested
the board reduce the Senior Citizen's
Family Pass to Hart Springs to $50
a year. She explained that senior
citizens in Gilchrist County are liv-
ing on fixed incomes and the price of
gasoline has increased by 51 percent
and the price of food has increased by
17 percent in the past year. Commis-
sioner Langford put the request in the
form of a motion and Commissioner
Kenrick Thomas gave a second to the
proposal for discussion.
The County Commission in their
April 7th meeting increased the price
of the Hart Springs Family Pass
to $75. County Administrator Ron
McQueen explained to the board on
Monday that Gilchrist County cur-
rently reduces the price of senior
citizen's daily admission to $1 per
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THURSDAY. MAY 8.2008


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Section A, Page Three


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By Carrie A. Mizell


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It's hard to believe that May is al-
ready here! If your calendar looks
anything like mine then the spring
month is already filling up with cel-
ebrations from weddings and gradu-
ations to Mother's Day.
This weekend I will take time to
celebrate the three women who have
been strong influences in my life, my
mom Cindy Jo Ayers, my late grand-
mother Mary Ayers and my grand-
mother Doris Beauchamp. Each one
is so different, but collectively they
have taught me many life skills.
My grandmother Mary T. Ayers
taught me a love for the color navy, to
never underestimate the importance
of a high thread count when selecting
sheets, and a love for the little town
of Suwannee. Mema also taught me
how to make a delicious pound cake,
and cheer for the Atlanta Braves.
Good manners and graciousness were
stressed by this petite sunshine.
Spotting a good deal at a yard sale
or antique store were among the life
lessons my grandmother Doris Beau-
champ taught me. She also taught me
to value a homemade sock monkey
and a pinecone wreath. According to
Granny, any ailment can be overcome
with a bowl of sausage soup, which I
will never be able to make as good
as she can. Granny also passed on to
me her persistent nature and desire to
get things done. It was Granny who
showed me that it's okay to leave the
boys at home every now and then and
go on a girls' weekend.
Even more influential than my
grandmothers has been my own
mother. If you don't know my mom
personally then you are missing out
on a very colorful character ... Ev-
eryday I find myself acting a little
more like her. It's a little frightening,
but also exciting to think that one day
I may just inherit her creative talents,
cooking skills and social finesse.


As Mother's Day approaches I
can't help but think about the most
important thing my mom, (and dad)
have ever given me ... their time.
When my brother J and I were little,
my mom always saw that we had
elaborate Halloween costumes that
were one of a kind. She made sure we
knew our spelling words, made it to
school on time and had lunch every
day. In high school my mom was my
best Saturday night date. We used to
love to lie in my bed and watch Eng-
lish comedy on Channel 5 to see what
color Mrs. Slocombe's hair was dyed
on "Are You Being Served?"
There was not a homecoming pa-
rade float or junior/senior prom that
mom didn't have a hand in crafting.
My friends love my mom, they have
even deemed her the Martha Stewart
of Gilchrist County.
When I moved to Callahan to go
to college at the University of North
Florida it was my mom that I would
call and beg to come up and spend
the night with me because I had no
friends and was dying of loneliness.
Lavish hardly describes my South-
ern Sisters-produced wedding in
the summer of 2006. My mom was
stressed making flower arrange-
ments, the wedding cake, decorating
and preparing food for the big day,
but she would not hear of letting any,
one else do it.
These days my mom is riding on
cloud nine as she awaits the birth of
her first grandbaby. Adam and I are
so blessed that my mom will come
through for me once again. She has
agreed to stay at home and watch our
little girl on the three days a week
I work in Trenton. Mom's already,
shopping for tea sets and planning
dress-up parties. If there is a way to
quilt and rock a baby at the same'time
I have no doubt my mom will figure
out how. I know it will be h struggle!


( Letters to the Editor )

Hometown Heroes every manner of leaking pipe or au-
My name is Kenneth Daub, I am a tomobile breakdown imaginable.
-former marine who now serves in the Those who are forced to work away
United Staltes Army. I have been de- from home know the hardships that
played for the past six years to many seem to happen to our families when
countries, I am now stationed at Fort we are not there to help.
Dix, N.J. Since moving to Trenton, Florida,
I have chosen to serve my country I feel I have been blessed. Have ex-
through Vietnam to Iraq. I will con- perienced an outpouring of gratitude
tinue to do so where and when I am I could not have imagined during the
needed. While I chose to serve my Vietnam era.
country I have not done so alone. I would like to return this gratitude
During the last five years my wife to the many people in the Trenton
and grandson have braved not only area who have helped my family dur-
hurricanes and power outages, but ing my absence The neighbors and




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May 12, 08 2:53 AM 9:29 AM 2:59 PM 8:41 PM
Tue 0.703 ft. 2.622 ft. 1.258 ft. 2.631 ft.
May 13, 08 3:57 AM 10:18 AM 4:28 PM 10:16PM
Wed 0.902 ft. 2.841 ft. 0.829 ft. 2.660 ft.
May 14, 08 4:55 AM 10:59 AM 5:40 PM 11:35PM
First Quarter: 5/11 11:48 PM


Job complained that God was not listening to his
distress and that he wanted only to speak to the Almighty.
He felt deserted by God. "Know now that God hath
overthrown me, and hath compassed me with his net.
Behold, I cry out of wrong, but I am not heard: I cry
aloud, but there is no judgment" (Job 19:6-7). The desire
of Job's anguished heart came true in Job 38. Whether
Job believed God would hold audience with him, it came
to pass from a whirlwind (Job 38:1ff).
Elihu had reproved Job for failing to consider his place
before God. "Thinkest thou this to be right, that thou
saidst, My righteousness is more than God's? For thou
saidst, what advantage will it be unto thee? And, what
profit shall I have, if I be cleansed from my sin? I will
answer thee, and thy companions with thee. Look unto
the heavens, and see; and behold the clouds which are
higher than thou. If thou sinnest, what doest thou
against him? or if thy transgressions be multiplied, what
doest thou unto him? If thou be righteous, what givest
thou him? or what receiveth he of thine hand" (Job
35:2-7)? How could Job suppose to question the place of
God or the integrity of God to his pitiful condition? As
terrible a condition as Job found himself in, he needed to
stop and consider the respect and honor due to the
Creator.
Job 38-41 is a testimony that all men must read to
understand how great Jehovah is and how insignificant
man is. The achievements of man have led to a false
security that man is the greatest creation of the world.
Pride elevates the nature of man to not need God and to
rely upon his own wisdom for safety and happiness. Man
has ventured far into space, explored the deepest parts of
the ocean, conquered the highest mountains and created
technology that goes beyond the imagination of any time
in history. With this great wisdom comes the pride that
expels any idea of God from the view of man.


* Name: Debby Roberts
Lives: In Bell for the last 30
* years.
Family: Husband of 32 years
Thomas W. Roberts; one daugh-
* ter Deonna Roberts who lives in
Clearwater; and one big baby girl
* Cleo who is a lab/catahoula mix.
Works: Secretary at Bell Elemen-
0 tary School for over 20 years.
0 Started out working at Bell High
School and Bell Elementary
* School combined.
Member of: Bell Missionary Bap-
* tist Chuirch
Home: Bell is now my home. I am
originally from Savannah, Tenn. I
* met my husband while in the ser-
vice.
* Actively involved in: Girl Scouts
and band while my daughter was
growing up.
� Loves: To crochet, cross stitch,
watch Lifetime movies, read mys-
* tery and ancient history books. I
love to garden and cook. .'
* Greatest .joy: Being a mom. I

families of soldiers also serve their
country and their loved ones by their
sacrifice.
I would like to personally thank a
few people who have aided my fam-
ily in my absence. These people have
fixed plumbing, installed air condi-
tioners, and made my family's car
road worthy. They have come at all
hours of the night and day (without
complaint) and just accepting little if
any monetary fee for their services.
In my opinion these people are the
true Home Town Heroes. .
I thank everyone in the commu-
nity but I would like to give a special
thank you to the following people:
Billy Smith of the Trenton Police
Department, for support and service
beyond the call of duty; Alan Travis
of Air Rite air conditioning; Angela
and Danny Powell; Kyle Hebig and
his family; Mr. Ted Henley; Ms. Jerri
at Capital City Bank; Major Stroup
of Veterans Affairs; and the Gilchrist
County Journal for the many names
and prayers you publish each week
free of charge.
Bottom line. "We All Serve," and
I am proud to belong to this commu-
nity.
Sincerely,
Kenneth Daub
McGuire AFB, New Jersey


Looking to the future
I would like to respond to John
M. Ayers (Johns Comments) May 1,
2008 (Where do we go from here?)
First, I would like to thank our elected
officials for not approving Oak Tree
landing. This type of development in
my opinion, would be a disaster for
our way of life.
I am not from south Florida. I
moved here ten years ago from Penn-
sylvania. Ten years is a short time
considering some of the families that
-now live in Gilchrist County can be
traced back to the Civil War or fur-
ther. Gilchrist County has grown in
the short time my family and I have
been here.
However, it has not detracted
from the .agriculture and rural way
of life that so many people moved
here for in the first place. I can tell
you from first hand experience about
roadways so congested that it would
be impossible to get thru your own
town. Imagine sitting in traffic at


God remains in the whirlwind declaring His majesty
and power. "Where wast thou when I laid the
foundations of the earth? Declare, if thou hast
understanding. Who hath laid the measures thereof, if
thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it?
Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? or
who laid the corner stone thereof, When the morning
stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for
joy" (Job 38:4-7)? The answer is self evident. How can
man measure himself before the Almighty? The world was
created by the word of God (Genesis 1). Jehovah created
man (Genesis 1:27)! Paul wrote, "Nay but, 0 man, who
art thou that replies against God? Shall the thing
formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made
me thus" (Romans 9:20)?
Isaiah describes man as grasshoppers in the sight of
Him who "sits upon the circle of the earth" (Isaiah 40:22).
Nations are nothing more than a "drop in the bucket and
are counted as small dust on the balance" before the
Almighty (Isaiah 40:15). "Who hath wrought and done
it, calling the generations from the beginning? I the
LORD, the first, and with the last; I am he" (Isaiah
41:4). Pride will lift the mind of man'to glory in himself
far beyond the honor due the Creator but He who made all
things reminds man who is greatest when he strikes at
man with nature. Can man tame the hurricane, ride the
tornado, calm the seas or stop death? Man is no more than
dust on the balance before the God who made the world.
Job was reminded of who God was and he said,
"Behold, I am vile; what shall I answer thee? I will lay
mine hand upon my mouth" (Job 40:4). What else can
man do before such a great God? What else should man
do but honor a God so loving as sending His only
begotten Son for the salvation of - dust on the balance
(John 3:16)? Oh God how great your ocean, how small
my ship, how great your salvation.


enjoyed my daughter very much.
My mom was a great role model 0
and she set a great example for
me. I lost her eight years ago and 0
.recently lost my second mom, my
mother in law.
What is something not many *
people know about you? My
house is wall-to-wall antiques! *
Blessed: With a wonderful church,
school and family. 0

the construction zone.in Bell on SR
129 everyday. Unregulated industry
polluting our fishing streams, ponds
or rivers, not to mention the. air and
noise pollution.
I am not against some progress, but
the types being proposed by these de-
velopers borders on stupidity and is
nothing more than self interest and to
hell with rest of us. The only place
as far as I am concerned that can al-
low any type of industry would be
County Rd 26 going east towards
Gainesville.
The county needs to control what
type of industry and where it will be
allowed. Zoning State Road 26 for
industry makes sense since there is
already a traffic light in place and is
convenient to Gainesville.
Concerning cluster housing there
is no excuse or reason in my mind to
allow any more of this type of devel-
opment. Future zoning in agricultural
areas should be ten acre minimum to
build period. Mr. Ayers has concerns
about residents driving long distances
to work, our present tax base, school
curriculum,-better paying jobs and
helping business owners get more
customers by allowing cluster devel-
opments and unregulated industry.
We .live in one of the best places
to live in Florida. Do we want it to
be flushed down the toilet because of
greed and selfish people who could
care less about us, our property val-
ues and way of life? My family and
uI'made a EDUCATED decision -to
move here and I will not sit by and al-
low our way of life to'be trampled on.
See, us new comers are not as dumb
as we look!
Regards,
Robert Monica
Bell


AARP Tax Aide
There are so many folks to thank
after, this exceptional season with
AARP Tax Aide.
Gilchrist is one of four, counties in
District 12. Our Trenton host site is
the Gilchrist County Library. Wilma
Mattucci and her friendly staff sched-
ule .appointments throughout the sea-
son and make room for our equip-
ment, counselors and taxpayers. We
appreciate their support.
The Gilchrist County Journal gets
the work out about our services, hours
and need for volunteers. Thanks for
providing the publicity to build a suc-
cessful program.
Our volunteers really got a work-
out this year. Technical and teacher
training began in November 2007.
January counselor classes prepared
us for the February 1st opening. Our
dedicated volunteers bring reliable
service to the public. Special thanks
to Gilchrist Countians Rose Caroselli
and Henry'Andr6.
Finally, thanks to the good folks
that we serve. 235 returns were pre-


Lottery Numbers
Wednesday
April 30
Lotto Drawing:
6-11-29-30-41-48
No winner of the $3 million
jackpot.
5-Digit Winners:
45 at $6,294
4-Digit Winners
3,080 at $74.50
3-Digit Winners:
64,345 at $5
Play 4 Drawing:
3-0-3-5
Cash 3 Drawing:
2-9-8

Saturday,
May 3
Lotto Drawing:
1-13-23-26-41-47
One winner of the $6 million
jackpot.
5-Digit Winners:
72 at $5,353
4-Digit Winners:
4,196 at $74.50
3-Digit Winners:
87,224 at $5
Play 4 Drawing:
8-0-8-0
Cash 3 Drawing:
3-8-4


By Cindy
With Mother's Day this Sunday I
thought all the mothers might have
a laugh at what we have either said
ourselves or what our own mothers
may have said to us. A friend sent me
the following information and I have
to tell you some of them were all too
familiar.
Things That Our Mothers
Taught Us
My mother taught me to appreci-
ate a job well done 'If you're going
to kill each other, do it outside. I just
finished cleaning.'
My mother' taught me religion.
'You better pray that will come out
of the carpet.'
My mother taught me about time
travel. 'If you don't straighten up,
I'm going to knock you into the mid-
dle of next week!'
My mother taught me logic. 'Be-
cause I said so, that's why.'
My mother taught me more logic.
'If you fall out of that swing and
break your neck, you're not going to
the store with me.'
My mother taught me foresight.
'Make sure you wear clean under-
wear, in case you're in :an accident.'
My mother taught me irony. 'Keep
crying, and I'll give you something
to cry about.'
My mother taught me about the sci-
ence of osmosis. 'Shut' your mouth
and eat your supper.'
My mother taught me'about stami-
na. 'You'll sit there until all, that spin-
ach is gone.'
My mother taught me about weath-
er. 'This room of yours looks as if a
tornado went through it.'
My mother taught me about hypoc-
risy. 'If I told you once, I've told you
a million times. Don't exaggerate!'
My mother taught me the circle of
life. 'I brought you into this world,
and I can take you out.'
My mother taught me about be-
havior modification. 'Stop acting like
your father!'
My mother taught mqe loutenvyy.
'There are millions of less fortunate
,children.in this world who don't have
wonderful parents like you do.'
My mother taught me about antici-
pation. 'Just wait until we get home.'
My mother taught me about receiv-
ing. 'You are going to get it when you
get home!'
My mother taught me medical sci-
ence. 'If you don't stop crossing your
eyes, they are going to freeze that
way.' -,

pared at the Trenton site. Refunds
were around $98,900 (not including
stimulus rebates) and 94 percent of
these were E-filed. We hope to see
you next year.
Sincerely,
Bob Burkhardt
AARP Tax Aide
District 12 Coordinator


SJo Ayers
My mother taught me esp. 'Put
your sweater on; don't you think I
know when you are cold?'
My mother taught me humor.
'When that lawn mower cuts off your
toes, don't come running to me.'
My mother taught me how to be-
come an adult. 'If you don't eat your
vegetables, you'll never grow up.'
My mother taught me genetics.
'You're just like your father.'
My mother taught me about my
roots. 'Shut that door behind you. Do
you think you were born in a barn?'
My mother taught me wisdom.
'When you get to be my age, you'll
understand.'
And my favorite: my mother taught
me about justice. 'One day you'll
have kids, and I hope they turn out
just like you.



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4 cups diced potatoes
1 cup minced onions
1/3 cup pimentos
1 1/2 cups grated Cheddar cheese
2 cups white sauce
1/2 cup cracker crumbs
2 tablespoons butter
Cook diced potatoes until just tender
in boiling water with a little salt and
drain. Mix potatoes, onions, salt and
pepper, drained pimientos and pour
into a greased 1 1/2 quhrt casserole.
Add pepper and cheese to the white
sauce and pour over potatoes. Melt
butter and mix with cracker crumbs.
Sprinkle buttered cracker crumbs
over top. Bake at 350 degrees until
brown about 30 minutes. Makes 6
servings.
White'Sauce
2 cups milk
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
4 tablespoons flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
Make a white roux by melting but-
ter over low-medium heat in a thick-
bottomed saucepan. Add the flour,
"stirring constantly ,with a wooden
spoon or whisk to prevent lumps.
Cook for 2 to 3 minutes to cook the
flour and remove the starchy taste.
Remove from heat, then gradually
add a bit of the milk to the roux and
whisk vigorously. Return the sauce-
pan to the heat and bring up to a low
simmer, continuing to add more milk
-and whisk. Cook for 5 minutes until
sauce is thick enough to coat the back
of a spoon. Add salt and pepper.


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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2008


Section A, Page Four GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Mr. and Mrs. John Orenchak were married on April 5, 2008.


Williston Independence Day

* A * Celebration * *


The City of Williston and the Wil-
liston Area Chamber of Commerce
are making big plans for the 2008
Independence Day Celebration. This
year's event will be held on Thurs-
day, July 3, 2008.
The festivities will start with the
annual parade, which will begin at 5
p.m. The line-up will be behind the
Williston High School one hour be-
fore start time. The theme this year
is "HOMETOWN HEROES."
The gates at the Williston Horse-
man's Park will open at 6 p.m. Ad-
mission is free. Donations will be
accepted for parking attendants,
JROTC.
Children's rides will begin at 7


p.m. Booths, exhibits, and lots of*
good food, will line the park. The
opening Ceremony will start at 7
p.m. with musical entertainment end-
ing the evening with a spectacular
fireworks display.
Please remember to bring lawn
chairs or blankets. No coolers or pets
will be allowed through the gates.
Anyone interested in having a
booth, contact Mary Kline at the
Chamber of Commerce at (352) 528-
5552. Booths are open to all non-
profit organizations.
Anyone interested in participating
in the parade, or any questions in gen-
eral, contact Crystal W. Curl at City
Hall at (352) 528-3060.


Abigale Bell
would like to thank
Bret Waters of Golden Peanut, PFG,
Gilchrist County Fair Boosters,
Terry Parrish, Edward & Amanda Bell




Austin Thomas would like to thank

Mr. Tommy Jones - Top Quality Hay,

Dr Bruce and Mrs. Julie Thomas, and

Mr Herman and Mrs. Virginia

Sanchez - Sanchez Farms
for buying my pig 'Patsy' at the
Suwannee River Livestock Fair.


Thank you for being so supportive of

the fair kids.
Austin Thomas
L .


Staff from Lancaster CI Education
Department attended the Department
of Corrections Annual State Wide
Training for Special Education and
Title I staff. We are proud .to an-
nounce that the Lancaster CI Edu-
cation Department received highest
praise and recognition for their in-
volvement in providing outstanding
academic services to Title I students.
Mr. BrianAdams,Academic Teach-


er was awarded the Title I Teacher of
the Year, Mrs. Juanita Philman was
awarded the Title I Teacher's Aide of
the year, Ms. Gloria Myers, Educa-
tion Supervisor was awarded Career
Mentor, and the following received
certificates of appreciation:
Jonathan Reed, Academic Teacher,
Ellen Rist, Academic Teacher, Della
Light, Teacher's Aide, Charlotte.
Swilley, Teacher's Aide, Tracy Bar-
ron,, Teacher's Aide.


Streetwise


Shortly after the Fed announced
its most recent interest rate reduc-
tion, the Dow Jones industrial aver-
age breached the 13,000 level for the
first time since last January. To many,
Wall Street was finally on the path to
recovery. Unfortunately the eupho-
ria evaporated as quickly as it came
about, proving once again that the
wiles of Wall Street can be exasper-
ating. -
Even more gut wrenching is watch-
ing the price of a stock in your port-
folio cascade downward after claw-
ing its way upward for one or more
years. Investing on Wall Street does
call for some emotional fortitude.
Yet, any drop in the price of a stock
translates to a potential buying op-
portunity.
Market performers, whose share
price has fallen due to overall market
trends rather than a specific ailment
within the company, often rise again
like the proverbial;Phqenix. So if y9p,
were not fortunate enough to board
the train the first time, you may have
another chance.
An excellent example is St. Jude
Medical. St. Jude manufactures and
distributes cardiovascular medi-
cal devices. When I wrote about the
company a year ago, my earnings es-
timate for 2007 was $1.76 per share
and $2.10 for 2008. Reported GAAP
net earnings for 2007 were $1.59 per
share. If you exclude one-time charg-
es relating primarily to non-cash
items, the adjusted earnings were
$1.85 per share. So did St. Jude meet
my expectation and is the adjusted
number a better determinate of cor-
porate performance.
Adjusted numbers are a two edged
sword. If the charges are truly one-
time, and in particular are non-cash
charges, then yes, the adjusted num-
ber does give a more accurate por-.
trayal of performance. The difficulty
is that too often companies use ad-
justed earnings as a way of hiding
management blunders. All of which
means that you need to dig deeper.
Adding to the strength of St. Jude's
position is the increase in free cash
flow for 2007, coming in at $1.64 per
share, a five-year high water mark.
Moving ahead to the first quarter
of 2008, St. Jude reported net sales
of $1.01 billion, an increase of 14
percent. Favorable foreign currency
translation comparisons increased
first quarter sales by approximately
$45 million. This is another factor
that should be discounted. Currency
translations are exogenous to the
company and can work against it as'
well as for it.
Net earnings for the first quarter of
2008 were $0.53 per share. This com-
pares favorably to the $0.41 per share
posted a year ago. Passage of the fed-
eral research and development tax
credit would increase that to $0.54
per share.
St. Jude is in a highly competi-
tive industry characterized by short
product life cycles and volatile fluc-


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tuations in market share. At the same
time, potential competitors face sig-
nificant barriers due to the lengthy
FDA approval process and the major
investments required in both R&D
and distribution. Meanwhile, St.
Jud's; primary m#lektpice ,is ex-
pected to grow by about seven per-.
cent in 2008, with St Jude likely to
well exceed that growth rate.
Revised Medicare reimbursement
guidelines calling for an approximate
3 percent reimbursement reduction,
as compared an earlier proposal for
a cut of up to 23 percent, is also a
positive development. For 2008, the
company's gross margin will be ap-
proximately 74 percent, with SG&A
expenses consuming 36 percent of
sales and R&D outlays representing
about 12.5 percent.
The intrinsic value of the shares,
using a discounted earnings ap-
proach, yields a per share value of
$50, while a discounted free cash
flow to the firm model suggests an
intrinsic value of $63. The shares
recently closed at $43.78. I am rais-
ing my 2008 earnings estimate to
$2.13 per share and $2.50 per share
in 2009, with a 12 month target price
of $49 per share, representing a gain
of 12 percent. The company does not
pay a dividend.
You can write to financial colum-
nist Lauren Rudd at 5 Gulf Manor
Drive, Venice, Fl. 34285 or email at
LVERudd@aol.com. Prior columns
are available at.RuddReport.com.


'Mr. and rs. Orenchak wedi


Pictured from left to right are: Gloria Myers, Ellen Rist, Juanita Phil-
man, Tracy Barron, Brian Adams, Jon Reed, Charlotte Swilley and
Della Light.

Lancaster Correctional staff

honored at statewide training


was pleased to name the Woodville
Karst Plain Project as the recipient
of the monetary award from Nestle
Waters of North America and as the
recipient of FWF's Arnual Springs
Protection Award for 2008.

Open House
An Open House Chamber Mixer
will be held on Tuesday, May 20
from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Gilchrist
County Chamber of Commerce Of-
fice, which is located at 220 S. Main
Street in Trenton.
Chamber members don't forget
your business cards for door prizes
that will be given away.
The Open House will be a great
opportunity for members to meet
new executive director Kyle Stone.
For more information, call 463-
3467.

Card Of Thanks
Dear Clients and Friends,
I would like to thank you for your
concern, prayers and support during
my recent illness.
. I'm back at work and seeing cli-
ents. I look forward to seeing you
and thanking you personally.
Jeff Philpot, DVM
Newberry Animal Hospital:

Recorded marriages
in Gilchrist County
Christopher Eron Carver,
2/15/1986, and Amanda Eliza-
beth Summers, 6/16/1987, both
of Trenton, were married on
4/20/2008 in Trenton by Charlie J.
Wilson, notary public.
William Colby Myers,
6/28/1983, and Stacy Michelle
Adkins, 2 8'19qS. both of New-
berry,'\ ere married on 4,29/2008
in Trenton by John McCleese, Jr.,
.notary public.


Preslee Sanders would like to thank
* David Sumrall (Dairy Production Systems)
* Judge DavidA. Giant
* Beach's Janitorial Supply (Papa Jay & Nanny Linda)
* Smith's Septic Tank Service (Roy & Carla Smith)
*.Mike & Lauri Reaves
* County Commissioner Sharon Langford
* County Commissioner Kenrick Thomas
* Bell FFA Alumni
* Sanders Sales & Services (Papa Hughie)
* Smith & Associates, Inc. (Brad Smith)
* Southern Tire & Brake (Doug Crawford)
* Fair Boosters * Terry Parrish * Ronnie Smith
For purchasing my steer.


Special Thanks To:
Both my papas and nannys, Randy Bell
(for carrying me and Louie around),
Edward & Amanda Bell, Aunt Angie
(for my pink rubber boots), Chris &
Tanya Rolling, Kevin Rolling, Scott
Hodge.
Thank you all so much
for everything you did!
L./


Happy Birthday wishes to: Clara Mae Stalvey, Bradley Hart, Alicia Peth,
and Gracie Lynn Parker on May 8; Debbie Langford, William Moffith, Wes-
ley Colson, Lyndsay Parrish Ayers and Troy Breton on May 10; Sue Sholtes,
and Jimmy Sheffield on May 11; Vickie Wiggin, James Lawrence, Sue
Suggs, and Quitman Kincaid on May 12; Aurea Santago, Jim Troke, and Tina
Langford on May 13; Melanie Langford, Stephen Waterman, Brad Surrency,
Joanna Williamson, and Marsha Pence on May 14.
Happy Anniversary wishes to: Mr. and Mrs. James Ozment on May 8;
Barry and Kathy Hilliard on May 9; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Smith, and Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Vaughn on May 11.

Cave divers receive springs

protection grant from Nestle


The Florida Wildlife Federation,
through a grant from Nestle Waters of
North America, has awarded $5,000
to the Woodville Karst Plain Project
(WKPP) to support its outstanding ef-
forts to protect Florida's springs.
In thanking Nestle Waters of North
America for their financial support,
Casey McKinlay, Project Director of
WKPP, stated "WKPP will put this
support towards our growing invest-
ment to safely and effectively explore
the caves systems within the Wood-
ville Karst Plain including Wakulla
Springs while at the same time sup-
porting research and educational ef-
forts that further the understanding
and protection of these incredible
and unique natural and cultural re-
sources."
"The Wakulla-Leon Sinks cave
system is one of the largest underwa-
ter cave systems in the world, and if it
were not water filled, it would surely
be a National Park," said McKinlay
referring to the largest of several un-
derwater cave systems south of Tal-
lahassee.
Recently the dive team, consist-
ing of 75 volunteer cave divers from
around the world, discovered and
confirmed the physical connection
between the Leon Sinks and Wakulla
Cave Systems and, in doing so, es-
tablished the 4th longest underwater
cave system in the world. WKPP div-
ers spent 10 hours at depths over 300
feet and 26 hours total on the big dive
leading up to linking the Leon Sinks
and Wakulla Springs cave systems.
In their seventeen years of work,
WKPP divers have explored 28 miles
of underwater caves in Florida's Big
Bend region. They have been instru-
mental in supporting groundwater
dye trace studies and installing hy-
draulic meters essential to mapping
the flow of water to Wakulla Springs.
Their work has been featured on PBS,
NBC, Discovery Channeli Learning
.(Gannel and by National Geograph-
ic.
The Florida Wildlife Federation


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Austin Bell
thanks

Kenrick Thomas, Bret Waters of Golden Peanut,
PFG, Gilchrist County Fair Boosters,

Terry Parrish, Edward & Amanda Bell









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Editor's note: Gilchrist County
resident Kirsten Bass, 15, wrote the
following letter to her grandmother
Tarie McPhearson to tell her how she
feels about her. Kirsten is the daugh-
ter of Ginny and the late Scott Bass.
She attends school at Fort White
High School.


I don't know how to begin this let-
ter. I guess I can start with a thank you.
I want to tell you that you are a big
part of who I am today and here are
some things that I have not told you
lately (if ever). I want you to know
that you are my rock. I know that no
matter what, you will always be there
for me whether I need a shoulder to
cry on or just a hug.'I want you to
know you are my best friend. I feel
like I could tell you anything. You're
always willing to listen, even if all
I'm doing is complaining. I want you
to know you are my strength. You
are always encouraging me with my
sports and school. You are the person
that makes me want to shoot for the
stars. There are so many different
things you are to me that there is not
enough paper to write then all down.
It amazes me all the things you do;
and I sit hoping that one day I'll be
half the person you are. You hold our
family together. You always have


New power
plants on the

Suwannee River
How will we power our future and
at what cost? Will part of the cost
of powering Florida's future be the
health of the Suwannee River?
Two new natural gas power plants
have been proposed in the Suwannee
River Basin. One will be located on
the same property of an existing gas
power plant that is on the Suwan-
r nee River near Ellaville (Suwannee
h Ta McPhearson County). The second is proposed
Tar McPhearson near Bell in Gilchrist County.
Since the new generators will be
, �most powered by natural gas, it is pos-
sible that they will be "cleaner" than
to listen to kids crying or fighting. I a coal burning plant and will require
don't know how you don't go crazy. less water than a nuclear power plant.
You always give but never take. I However, they will require a lot of
can't even count how many times water in order to produce power.
you've given me a ride or money or There are other effects of power plant
helped me with homework. emissions and effluent that could af-
But most of all you're always lov- fect the quality of our local waters.
ing. I don't think that there is anyone We have asked Professional En-
in this world that is truly loved by gineer Gary Dockter to speak at our
as many people as you. You should May general meeting to explain to us
know that you are a tremendous asset how natural gas power plants oper-
to my education along with hundreds ate. In order to understand whether or
of others. You have more friends than not these new plants will be a threat
o er have m mt ,to the health of the Suwannee or our
I could ever dream of. What can I say, local groundwater we need to under-
you're amazing! stand how they work.
I want you to know that I'm sorry We will meet on May 13 at 7 p.m.
too. I realize that times have been in the meeting room at the Suwannee
crazy and hectic and we never get County Public Library in Branford.
to see each other. But that's going The library is located adjacent to US
to have to stop. We are just going Hwy 129 at 703 Suwannee Avenue
to have to make more time for each NW in Branford.
other because I miss you too much. Please bring your friends and
Just know that you are my hero, neighbors. The public is welcomed
Supeiwoman! And if I don't say it to attend.
enough I love you! I know that there For more information contact An-
is no way that I could ever function nette Long (352) 409-8930 or (386)
withnt vxu ou Yii ou are always oning tn 497-3536.


have a huge place in my heart. And
again thank, you for everything you
have ever done for me. I thank God
every day for blessing me with such
'an amazing, beautiful, caring and in-
telligent grandmother. I love you!
P.S. - I hope you have a great day!en
P.S. - I hope you have a great day!


Mother Goose
Tea Party
The High Spnngs Community
Theater is proud to present a Moth-
er Goose Tea Party for mothers and
daughters. Grandmothers and aunts
are welcome too!
The event is to be heLd on Sat. May
17 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the New
Century Woman's Club on NW 1st
Street in the center of High Springs.
There will be a special presenta-
tion by tea aficionado, Celeste Beck
as Miss Manners. Beck will be show-
casing all the fine elements of a high
tea and demonstrating the proper
decorum for ladies when attending
one.
High 'Springs Harlequin, Shari
King, will be presented as Mother
Goose and will be sharing her comi-
cal twist on some of the classic Moth-
er Goose nursery rhymes.
Tea goers can expect several
Types of teas, finger sandwiches and
sweets.
Tickets are $6 per person and can
be purchased at the Coffee Clutch.
Seating is limited so'get yours soon!
For more information visit www.
myhsct.com or phone (386) 454-
3525.


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.4bov'e: Einployieet Klenni/ Miller
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lihouie at Bell Feed & F atn Sup-
plh. At right: Bell Feed & Farm
Supply it. located one block west
of.Akiwn BBQ in the old Bell Driv-
er and Feed A 7ill location

By Carrie A. Mizell
Daniel and Anne Hart ot Bell
opened Bell Feed & Farm Suppl\
in earl. April after purchasing the
feed store from Bruce Snuth Cur-
rentlN. four members ot the Hart tam-
,il along "ith three employees are
working to revitalize the building.
which h is the old Bell Dryer and Feed
Mill; located one block west of Akins
BBQ.
Prior to purchasing the Bell store,.
the Hart family owned and operated
a feed and farm supply store in High
Springs.
"This is closer to home and I felt
like there was a need here," Daniel
Hart said.
Bell Feed & Farm Supply offers a
full line of feed and farm supplies,
which range in price from premium to
economy. The store carries Seminole,
Nutrena and Central States brands, as
well as a few other brands. Hay, fer-
tilizer, seeds, aIld animal health prod-
ucts are also' available.
According to Daniel Hart, the store
is currently offering a special on
whole corn a 50-pound bag is cur-
rently selling for $8.
All business is temporarily run out
of the warehouse as the Hart family
continues 'to remodel the storefront,
which at one time -was considered
a booming place in Bell, Anne Hart
said. If anyone has any old photo-
graphs of the Bell Dryer and Feed
Mill, Anne Hart would like to get a
copy to put up in the store.
Bell Feed & Farm Supply is open
weekdays from 8 a.m: to 6 p.m.,
Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Suwannee River Youth Fair

thank ouDairy Goat Kidsponsors
thank our FANTASTIC sponsors


Klover Leaf Tack & Western Wear- Williston
Sharon Langford Gilchrist County Commissioner
Kenrick Thomas Gilchrist County Commissioner
Randy Durden Gilchrist County Conimissioner
George and Dale Anderson - Trenton
Thomas and Hazel Bryant - Trenton
Cliff at Thompson's Feed- Cross City
Three Rivers Embroidery & Hat Co. - Trenton
Blazin "R" Farm- High Springs
Satellite Cable Systems- High Springs
Dan Moll Electric- Chiefland
Tractor Supply Company- Chiefland
Winn Dixie- Chiefland
Marilyn Bruce- Tax Collector Gilchrist County
Connie Sanchez- Supervisor of Elections Gilchrist Cc
Joe Gilliam-Gilchrist County Clerk of Court


Bill's Feed- Trenton


Robert Roux- High Springs


Daniel Slaughter- Trenton
William "Billy" Smith Jr- Trenton.
Alan Mikell- Trenton


Central States- Lake City
Damon Leggett- Tax Appraiser Gilchrist County
Raymond Hutchinson-Trenton
Michelle Carter- Gilchrist County School Board
Robert Rankin- Gilchrist County School Board
Robert Clemons- Gilchrist County School Board
Cloud Haley- Gilchrist County School Board
Sheree Lancaster- Trenton
Riverland Mortage Corporation- Trenton
Randy Stefanelli Insurance- Chiefland
Alliance Dairy- Trenton
county Owens Farms- Trenton
Riverwalk of Fanning Springs
Lu Young- In Memory of Vera Lindgren- Trenton
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Please thank our sponsors for their generosity and let them know
how much you appreciate them for supporting our kids.
Without their support prizes and premiums for this show would not have been possible.

Thank you sponsors!
Susan Owens
Suwannee River Youth Fair
Dairy Goat Show Superintendent


THANK YOU

to


Connie Sanchez

Supervisor of Elections

for purchasing my

Swine Project.

Thank you for all your support of

the Suwannee River Youth Fair.

Tyler Parrish


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BES Mock Trial Participants
1st Row: Jacob Robinson, Cody Ellinger, Chad Barnes, Tracey Dennis, Ricky Pinna, Courtney Hayes,
Sarah Blankenship, Robert Monica and Joe Jacobs. 2nd Row: Robyn Messier, Jesse Hunter, Brandon
Richardson, Tina Birchfield, Clay Welch, Katarina Kresovic, Remington Costello, Raychel Thomas, Shel-
bie Hutto and Stephanie Stalvey. 3rd Row: Jan Suggs, Assistant Public Defender; Autumn Ellinger,
Deputy Clerk; Verna Wilson, Deputy Clerk; Anne Alcorn, Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office-Bailiff; Glenn
Bryan, Assistant State Attorney; Judge Edward Philman; and Gary Blankenship, Gilchrist County Sher-
iff's Office-Bailiff.


TES Mock Trial Participants
1st Row: Jordan Hewett, Kylie Johnson, Darian Everett, Drew Dees, Rachel Weeks, Ryan Matthews,
Mi cael Duni and Karina, Turner. 2nd Row: Jake Reed, Corey Barbera, Anthony Milito, Brooks Par-
rish, MasonAMcGall, Nathan..Kearney, Mill Lang, Savannah Pennington and Morgan Jones. 3rd Row:
GqadyS.e ge^rid SamanthaGillick; 4th Roti: Anne AlcorWt, Gilehrist County Sheriffs Office-Bailiff;
Robert Willis, Assistant' State Attorney; Autumn Ellinger, Deputy Clerk; Jeannine Milito, Deputy Clerk;
George Hedrick, Assistant Public Defender; Verna Wilson, Deputy Clerk; Judge Edward Philman; Gary
Blankenship, Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office-Bailiff.



Gilchrist County Schools Project Writing 2008-2009


It is time again for the Gilchrist County Schools to write special projects for
the next year. If you have any questions or input on any federal projects such
as, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Perkins, or projects
funded through No Child Left Behind (NCLB), please call the School Board
Office at (352) 463-3200 and ask to speak to the specific project coordinator.
Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (Part B). Title I Basic Project
(Part A). Title II (Part A). Title V (Part A).


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Front row: Tracie, Kristen, Nicholas, Joshua, Derrick, Jason. Back row:;
Alexis, Noah, Nicole, Rachel, Michele, Haylee, Mr. Thomas, Kaylee,
Kassandra, and Austin.

Bell Pre-I visits the

Thomas Farm


Gilchrist County Judge Edward
Philman and the Gilchrist County
School Administration participated
in mock trials for Gilchrist County
5th grade students on April 30th and
May 1st.
The students were provided with
booklets designed to introduce the
Florida Court 'System to the stu-
dents before their visit to the Court.
They were escorted into the court-
room where two juries composed
of eight students each were selected
to serve on a jury to hear a "mock"
case against their classmate. The
trial was conducted as an actual trial
would be with a judge, a prosecutor,
defense attorney and witnesses all
present. The juries of 10 and 11 year
olds, after hearing all the facts of the
case, deliberated and came back with
a verdict.
Members of the State Attorney's
Office, the Public Defender's Office,
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court Of-
fice and the Gilchrist County Sher-
iff's Department participated to make
the program a memorable experience
for the students.


Bell FFA Alumni news
The Bell FFA Alumni is winding
down for the 2007-2008 school year.
It has been a very productive and ex-
citing year.
The Bell Jr. and Sr. FFA chapters
held their end-of-the-year banquet.
It was quite impressive to see what
our members have done over the,
last year. The kids and the advisors
have certainly worked very hard. It
has been a very successful year. The
banquet was a great way to recognize
the members. The alumni was very
pleased to give out many scholar-
ships to former FFA members attend-
ing college, as well as two graduat-
ing seniors. We would like to thank
all who made this night a big success,
the faculty, parents, alumni, advisors,
and all those "who donated awards to
the kids.
A big congratulations goes out to
Mrs. Debbie Jones, the Bell Middle
School advisor. She has been named
the number one Ag Teacher in the
State of Florida. Mrs. Debbie will be
recognized at the State FFA Conven-
tion in June.
,The FFA Alumni will have their
end of the year meeting on Monday,
May 12, at 7 p.m. in the back room at
Akins. This meeting will be a prepa-)
ration for next years alumni events.
To start the year off there will be the
annual cake auction. This is always
a fun social event for the parents
and kids, as well as a very important
fundraising event for us. Please be
sure to look for upcoming informa-
tion on the cake auction.
We continue to encourage all to
come out and join us at the alumni
meetings. The support we give our
kids helps them to continue to partici-
pate in the many events held through-
out the year. We would like to remind
you again that the next meeting is
Monday, May 12 at 7 p.m. at Akins.
Hope to see you all there.
Bell FFA Alumni members, you
have done a great job. Thank you. ,
Tanya Rolling
Bell FFAAlumni reporter


We then went to the fish pond and,
Mrs. Valerie let each child, feed the'
fish, she then took us and showed us,
her bird and ferrets.
We had a wonderful time and wei
thank them so much for having us'
and Mr. John, thanks so much for let-A
ting us drive the tractor.
We then got on the bus and went to'
the Bell park and had a picnic lunch
and played on the playground before
going back to school. It was a won-;
derful day and we appreciate all who;
set up this trip for us.
Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Honaker,

Irinq Concert ,

10th
Admission is free.
Now, tell me where you can go,
these days as a family, see an award;
winning program, have a snack and
pay nada for the enjoyment.
All Band Program members -and
their families are reminded that the
Awards Banquet is Friday, May 9th at
6:30 p.m. in the Bell Elementary Cafe-.
torium. You should have received a
RSVP .form .and have returned it to'
us by Tuesday, May 6th. The Band;
Boosters will provide the meat, rolls,;
cake, coffee and tea. Each family is,
asked to bring a side dish, salad or'
dessert for 8-10 people.
Awards will be presented to Middlei
School and High School students, a
Senior and Bell Band year- in-review
PowerPoint show will be shown and'
of course, the Senior Wills and Testa-
ments. Good food and fun for all.
Lisa Boutwell'
Band Boosters,


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On Tuesday, April 29 all of the Bell
Elementary School Pre-K classes vis-
ited the Thomas Farm north of Bell.
We arrived at the home of John and
Valerie Thomas and we were greeted
,by Mr. John on the big John Deere
tractor. We climbed on a hay trailer
and Mr. John let all the children take
a turn at driving the tractor around in
the field. We visited the peanut fields
and the watermelon fields. We saw a
lot of cows.
We then went back to the house
and got to see and pet a baby cow,
rabbits, chicks, pig, kittens, and dogs.

Bell Band Sp

MaV
The sound of music will be center
stage when the Bell Band Program
presents their Spring Concert at the
Iris Roberts Auditorium on Saturday,
May 10th at 7 p.m.
We suggest you get there early as
our Winter Concert played to a full
house and the Spring Concert prom-
ises to be the most exciting and lon-
gest in the school's history. HINT:
there will be an intermission period
during this concert.
The Sixth, .Seventh and Eighth
grade Concert bands as well as the
High School Symphonic Band will
perform. There will be solos, du-
ets, ensembles and the new Bell Jazz .
Band for listening enjoyment. Let us
not forget the Crash! Boom! Bang!
Show, the Teacher's Concerto and a
few other surprises for your enter-
tainment pleasure. The Band Boost-
ers will host a cake, punch and coffee
reception following the performance.


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL.


THURSDAY, MAY 8,2008


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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2008


BHS Criminal Justice News


2008 Bell High School Criminal Justice Members with trophies from the FPSA State Conference.


First place FPSA State Parliamentary Procedure Team. Back row:
Kailyn Waldron, Samantha Dennis, Kayla Gurule and Bobby Britto.
Front row: Lauren Hudson, Erica Dahlgren, and Whitney Edwards.


First place Advanced Firearms Team. Dylan Mauzey,
Lee Carlisle, and Bryan Freeman.


Jordan Mehl,


During the week of April 15-19,
a group of Bell High School Crimi-
nal Justice Students attended the
Florida Public Service Association
State Conference. The theme for
this year's conference was "Taking
today's ideals to tomorrow's levels."
The Bell High School students com-
peted against 238 other students from
all over the state. FPSA has been in
existence since 1990 in the state of
Florida. It's been the organization
of choice for the Florida Department
of Education to provide Leadership
training, explore career opportunities
in the field of Public Service and to
host regional and state conferences
for student members of FPSA. Stu-
dents learn through demonstrating
their skills in competitive events
designed by career professionals in
Public Service Education.
A few of the areas of competition
were firearms, forensic investiga-
tion, parliamentary procedure, and
prepared speaking. Firearms instruct
the students in the safe and legal use
of firearms, improves their cogni-
tive, emotional and physical skills
needed for marksmanship and safety.
Forensic investigation encourages
the students to improve their ability
in properly searching a crime scene,
diagramming it, photographing it,
securing evidence, and documenting
the investigation. Parliamentary Pro-
cedure event is designed to develop
leadership ability and the opportu-
nity to develop the basic principles
by conducting a simulated business
meeting. This is a team event and
members learn the importance of
cooperation and working together
through competitive performance.
Prepared speaking encourages stu-
dents to improve their skills in speak-
ing and their abilities in organizing
and presenting facts and information
about a topic.
The Bell chapter participated in
the Community Service competition
where they were judged on what they
give back to their community. The
chapter kept a local portion of road
clean through the states "Adopt a
highway" program. They also con-
ducted a toy drive for Toys for Tots.
It is important that the students learn
a sense of being part and learn to do
things for their surrounding commu-
nity members. Through this involve-
ment, they won 1st place.
Bell High School was very proud
to have a member of the criminal
justice group, Erica Dahlgren, rep-
resent them at the state level as the
new State Vice President. Erica and
Devonte King served as state officers
for the 2007 year also. The students
were also very excited to have Lau-
ren Hudson win and represent their
chapter as Miss Public Service. All
the students put in a lot of hard work
with countless hours of practice after
school. Bell High School was well
represented and there were numerous
people who made comments about
how well behaved the students were.
The chapter placed overall 2nd in the
state trailing the number one school
by only 16 points, this being the mo-
tivation to study hard and come back
and take 1st place next year.


Competition winners from Bell are
as follows: Poster Display, 2nd La-
rana Wingate; Marketing DVD, 1st
Bryan Freeman; Theme Design, 1st
Kailyn Waldron; Prepare Speaking,
3rd Erica Dahlgren; Parliamentary
Procedure, 1st Bell - Kailyn Wal-
dron, Samantha Dennis, Kayla Gu-
rule, Bobby Britto, Erica Dahlgren,
Whitney Edwards, and Lauren Hud-
son; Job Seeking Skills, 1st Bryan
Freeman; Male Obstacle Course, 1st
Lee Carlisle; Community Service,
1st Bell High School; Fingerprinting,
4th Ryan Fisher; Traffic Stop, 1st
Terra Cannon, 2nd Bryan Freeman,
4th Devonte King; Brain Bowl, 5th
Bell Team 1; Traffic Accident Report
Writing, 3rd Kayla Gurule, 4th Erica
Dahlgren; Scrapbook, 3rd Bell High
School; Criminal Incident Response,
2nd Erica Dahlgren and Devonte
King, 3rd Lauren Hudson and Bryan
Freeman; Defensive tactics, 4th Lee
Carlisle and Chris Landrum; Fire-
arms (Novice), 5th Sarah Sundberg;
Advanced Firearms, 1st Bell Team 1
- Lee Carlisle, Jordan Mehl, Dylan
Mauzey, and Bryan Freeman, 3rd
Bell Team 2 - Ryan Fisher, Thomas
Peace, Garrett Hudson, and Travis
Kortessis; Extemporaneous Open-
ing Statement, 5th Kayla Gurule;
Forensics, 2nd Bell Team 1 - Lauren
Hudson, Thomas Peace, Ryan Fisher;
Miss Public Service, Lauren Hudson;
Scholarship, Lauren Hudson; State
Chapter Ranking, 2nd Bell High
School.

Trenton Drama

Club says
"Hello" to "Bye-

Bye Birdie"
Save the date! The Trenton High
School, Middle School and Elemen-
tary School Drama Clubs will com-
bine their talent to perform the hit
musical "Bye-Bye Birdie" on May
15, 16, and 17. Directed by John Yen-
cho and Krista Perryman, this is the
first time that the Drama Club will of-
fer three evening performances!
Bye-Bye Birdie is a comedy of a
tale about Superstar Conrad Birdie,
who has been called to active duty in
the U.S. Army. (The story is loosely
based on Elvis Presley being draft-
ed.) Birdie's farewell publicity stunt
doesn't go as smoothly as planned,
therefore the audience can count on a
whole lot of hilarious fun, with plenty
of singing and dancing by the cast.
The students (grades 4-12) have
been practicing for the performance
since early February. Memorizing
lines for a play might not sound too
difficult, that is, until you throw in
the addition of having to learn a vari-


The Tiers P
by Brandon McElroy
There is nothing like the atmo-
sphere of the playoffs. It's something
in the air that tells you that it's time to
play ball. Playoff games are different
than any other regular season game
and than any other District Tourna-
ment game. The pace is somewhat
faster because you're playing bet-
ter teams and the momentum can be
taken at any given time on any given
play.
For the second year in a row, the
Tiger Baseball team advances to the
Playoffs. Being 1 of the 32 teams left
playing in the State, the Tigers trav-
eled to Jacksonville Providence last
Tuesday to face the Providence Stal-
lions. This game was close according
to stats, but the score shows a totally
different game. Both teams were just
about even in the number of hits,
Trenton had 4 and Providence had 6,
Trenton's overall batting average was
.161 and Providence's was .260....
But the final score says Providence 8
Trenton 2.
*The main reason the score was so
lop-sided is because the Tigers al-
lowed 3 walks and an error in the top
of the first that started the Stallions off
with a 5-0 lead. Providence clinched
this momentum and would not bend
nor break until the 3rd inning when
the Tigers scored 2 runs.
Lead off batter Billy Owens
launched a bomb into left field start-
ing the rally with a stand up triple.
Next batter up, Andy Jones sacrificed


ety of Broadway songs and working
with a genuine dance instructor (Lo-
rie Courtney), who choreographed
several impressive dance numbers
for the show.
Senior THS student, Michael
Hammill, will deliver an Elvis-wor-
thy performance in the role of heart-
throb Conrad Birdie. Peter Crane
promises comedic delight as Albert
Peterson, Birdie's quirky Agent.
Jeni Boland plays Albert's spitfire
of a girlfriend, Rose Alvarez. Alyssa
McElroy swoons as Kim MacAfee,
Birdie's biggest fan, although Kim's
boyfriend, Hugo Peabody (played by
Andrew Martin) is not very happy
about the events that transpire.
"This play is set in the same time
period as 'Grease' and has that style
of really fun music," says Co-Direc-
tor Perryman. "It will really take the
audience back to the 50's, and is just
rock-n-roll enough to appeal to all
ages!"
Tickets for the show are $5 for
adults and $4 for students and chil-
dren. They can be purchased in ad-.
vance, beginning May 12, at the
High School and Elementary School.


lavoll berth
a hit so Owens could score decreas-
ing the deficit by 1 run. Next in the
line-up, CJ Bowers got on base beat-
ing out the throw from the catcher
scoring on a combination of stolen
bases and with a lot of help from
Karson Gilbert's double. These were
the only runs the Tigers could seem
to find as walks and errors continued
to take their toll.
The Stallions had several pitching
changes also, a tactic used to keep
the Tigers off balance with differ-
ent speeds of pitchers. After 7 in-
nings the Tigers were just unable
to take down the Stallions losing to
a very respectable team by the final
score your Trenton Tigers 2 and the
Providence Stallions 8. The Stallions
advanced to the second round of the
playoffs eventually beating the Oak
Hall Eagles 8-1.
Thank you to all those Tiger fans
out there that came out and gave
support throughout the season. Con-
gratulations and thank you to all the
seniors for leading this team the way
it needed to be led and for teaching
the underclassmen what baseball
is really about. Your traditions and
sportsmanship will be carried out
throughout the ages and will never be
forgotten at Trenton High School!
This closes the final chapter of the
2008 Trenton Tiger Baseball season.
As for now, it's back to the batting
cages and weight room training for
next season! This is the voice of Ti-
gers signing out...


Tickets will also, be available at the
door. All 3 performances will begin
at 7:00, and doors will open at 6:15
for advance purchase ticket holders
(6:30 for general audience).
Consider being a sponsor for this
year's production! Various sponsor-
ship levels are available starting at
just $10, with each sponsor receiv-
ing ad space in the show's program
guide. Contact Krista Perryman at
(352) 463-3224 for more informa-
tion.

Mother's Day is
May 11 2008
The driving force behind Mother's
Day was Anna Jarvis, who orga-
nized observances in Grafton, West
Virginia and Philadelphia on May
10, 1908. As the annual celebration
became popular around the country,
Jarvis asked members of Congress
to set aside a day to honor mothers.
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day iiiMay as Mother's Day."Norgift
to your mother can ever equal her gift
to you - life"


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Junior Volunteer of the Year. Left to right: Lauren Simpson, with
Anna Gilliam.


Volunteers of the Year. Betty Schofield (left center) and Donna Van-
dergrift (right) with Angie Wilkinson (left), and Anna Gilliam (right
center).


On Tuesday, April 22, Ayers Health
and Rehabilitation Center threw their
Annual Volunteer Banquet for 150
volunteers they have throughout the
year.
"Mardi Gras" was the theme this
year and Ayers partners put together
a wonderful party to celebrate the oc-
casion. The dietary department pre-
pared an authentic Cajun dish, chick-
en and shrimp kabobs over dirty rice
with pea salad, and key lime pie for
dessert. The request for a beautiful


evening was granted. Entertainment
by an energetic couple "Touched"
was enjoyed by all. Seeing our vol-
unteers together was a treat for all of
the partners who put the special event
together for everyone.
We were able to thank special
people who work with us. weekly,
Wal-Mart trips, mall outings, special
events, bible study, crafts, brunches
and the birthday bash! Our partner
volunteers are also appreciated. They
are always there to help with parties,


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Twelve years as Volunteer Coordinator at Ayers, Helen Roberts (cen-
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Entertainer of the Year. Monnye Brown (center), with Angie Wilkin-
son (left), and Anna Gilliam (right).


like our Volunteer Banquet. A big
thanks to all of you for loving our
residents. They love having you here
too!
This year we were pleased to have
Ms. Geneva Douglas honored as vol-
unteer organization of the year; Jop-
pa Baptist Church was recognized
as church of the year. We also gave
recognition to Woman of the Moose
#494 and VFW Aux. 5625 got special
recognition. Entertainer of the year
was proudly given to Monnye Brown,
volunteers of the year was given to
Betty Schofield and Donna Vanderg-
rift. Our Jr. volunteer of the year went
to Lauren Simpson, then last but not
least we gave a very special award to
a very special person, Helen Roberts,
was given for 12 years of service. We
all love and miss Helen Roberts, it
was a pleasure to recognize her for
all her years of service here at Ayers
Health and Rehabilitation Center.
Again, we'd like to thank all who
made 2007 a success. Thank you to
our local businesses who donated
door prizes for this annual event.


This year has been non-stop with
new volunteers and new activities for
our residents. We love all of you and
are looking forward to seeing you in
2008.


Volunteers needed
- Florida's Long-Term Care Om-
budsman Program needs volunteers
to join its corps of dedicated advo-
cates who protect the rights of elders
residing in nursing homes, assisted
living facilities and adult family care
homes.
The program is comprised of 17 lo-
cal councils throughout the state, and
each council is seeking additional
volunteers to identify, investigate and
resolve residents' concerns.
All interested individuals who care
about protecting the health, safety,
welfare and rights of long-term care
facility residents who often have no
one else to advocate for them are en-
couraged to call toll-free (888) 831-
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SVL Inc. May
board meeting
Suwannee Valley Leagues Inc.
will be having their month of May
board meeting on Monday May
12, 2008 at 6:30 p.m. in the con-
ference room at McArthur Park.
Everyone is invited. Sure do hope
to see you there !

Santa Fe River
cleanup
On Saturday, May 10, we will meet
at the 27 boat ramp outside of High
Springs to conduct a river cleanup.
Please be there no later than 9 a.m.
This cleanup will head downstream
to Poe Springs Park, where we will
take out. Jim Wood is supplying ca-
noes for this cleanup, so I do need
you to let me know if you intend to
come no later than next Thursday
morning in order to reserve a canoe
spot. If you are bringing your own
canoe or kayak, I would also prefer
to know, though it is not so essential.
We should be done by noon as usual.
Hope you can make this one. It's a
great time to be out on the river.
Fritzi S. Olson
Executive Director
Current Problems, Inc
aar@current problems.org
(352) 264-6827

SRWMD
Governing Board
meeting
On Thursday, May 8, 2008, the
Suwannee River Water Management
District's Governing Board will meet
at 9 a.m. at the Steinhatchee Commu-
nity Center on SE Riverside Drive in
Steinhatchee. The meeting is to con-
sider District business and conduct
public hearings on regulatory and
land acquisition matters. A Govern-
ing Board workshop will follow at
1:30 p.m. at Fiddler's Restaurant,
also located on Riverside Drive.
On Friday, May 9, 2008 the Su-
wannee River Water Management
District's Governing Board will meet
at 8:10 a.m. at the Fiddler's Restau-
rant for a continuation of the 'work-
shop.
All meetings, workshops, and hear-
ings are open to the public.

4UZION Teen
Leadership
Program
4UZION Teen Leadership Program
is presenting a series called 'What's
Love Got to do with It?' This series
will be held Tuesdays from 3:30 to
5 p.m. through May 27th at the Fort
White Community Center.
Explore how teens can develop
healthy, lasting relationships by ap-


plying godly principles.
On Tuesday, May 13th 4UZION
participants will be served free ba-
nana splits. All high school teenagers
are invited to join in this time of con-
necting with other students to discuss
life changing issues.
4UZION is sponsored by the
Crossroads Pregnancy Center and the
Fort White High School Fellowship
of Christian Athletes.

Democratic
Executive
Committee
The Democratic Executive Com-
mittee of Gilchrist County will meet
on Tuesday, May 13, 2008 at 5:30
p.m. in the boardroom of the County
Commissioners.
All are welcome to attend. Candi-
dates are encouraged to participate.
For those interested in serving on the
committee there will be an opportu-
nity to fill vacancies.

Bell Class of 1988
reunion
It is hard to believe, but yes it has
been 20 years. The Bell class of 1988
is preparing their 20-year reunion.
At this time we are trying to locate
everyone. Many of you are still in the
area, or know where our classmates
have moved to. Your help in locating
them would be greatly appreciated.
We have set up an email account
for you to send in information. The
address is bellclassof88@yahoo.com.
Please contact us with your phone
number and address, If you have in-
formation on another class member
please send it as well.
Be looking for upcoming informa-
tion and dates on when and where the
reunion will take place. We also wel-
come ideas.
Look forward to seeing you all and
meeting all the families.
Tanya Patterson Rolling
BHS Class of 1988

Old Time Dance
at O'Leno State
Park
Family fun for all ages! Dance con-
tra, circles and squares to live music
hosted by the Flying Turtles String
Band on Sunday, May 11, 2008 from
2 to 5 p.m.
These are the dances that were the
rage in the mid 1800s when the town
of Leno thrived. First time dancers
are welcome, a caller will walk you
through each of iae dances.
The dance will be held in the 1930s
Recreation Hall located on the banks
of the Santa Fe River in O'Leno State
Park located 6 miles north of High
Springs on Hwy. 441 in High Springs.
To learn more about the park, visit
www.floridastateparks.org/oleno.


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-Bargain shoppers flock to Trenton United

SMethodist Church's thrift sale


(Anxious shoppers check out the bargains at the thrift sale on Friday.


By Carrie A. Mizell
Clothes priced as low as 50 cents,
children's toys, Christmas decora-
tions and knick knacks filled nu-
merous tables inside the George L.
McMath Fellowship Hall over the
- weekend as Trenton United Method-
ist Church hosted its biannual thrift


sale and bake sale.
According to Betty Schofield,
president of the United Methodist
Women, a crowd of anxious shoppers
were waiting outside the doors of the
fellowship hall on Friday morning
prior to the start of the 2008 spring
sale.


As the Trenton United Method-
ist Church's primary fundraiser, the
thrift sale and bake sale prompts all
church members to donate items from
their own homes to the sale. Schofield
explained that church members even
call on their family members to give
of gently used items. At the spring
thrift sale, several items for sale came
from as far away as South Carolina,
Schofield said.
Fifteen church members gave of
their time to work the two-day sale,
Schofield explained. Monies raised
benefit missions' projects that the
church funds, as well as senior lun-
cheons held at Trenton United Meth-
odist Church once a month. Accord-
ing to Schofield, the funds are also
used to help pay camp fees for chil-
dren. In the past, the church has do-
nated funds raised to Friends of the
Library, Habitat for Humanity, the
Tri-County Pregnancy Center, Hos-
pice and Pre-K special needs classes
in the county.
Mark your calendar Trenton Unit-
ed Methodist Church plans to hold its
fall thrift sale and bake sale in early
November.


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Mt. Nebo Baptist Church (SBC)
4200 N.W. CR-340, Bell, FL 32619
(3 miles North of Bell on Hwy-340 West)
Sunday School .............................. 9:45 am
Morning Worship ............................ 11 am
(Children's Church and Nursery Provided)
Evening W worship ................................... 6 pm
Wednesday Evening Services:
AWANA 6:15pm, Youth "JAM" night & Adult Bible Study... 7 pm
Pastor: Rev. Jimmy Corbin
Minister of Youth: Matt Holtsclaw
Church Phone: 386-935-3575
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352-463-2151
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Rev. Greg Douglas, Pastor
Rev. Rickey Whitley, Minister of Students
Charles Brock, Music Director
Sunday: Sunday School/Bible Study.............................9:15 AM
Morning Worship...(Early Service 8:00 AM) & 10:30 AM
(Children's Church During Both Morning Services)
Evening Worship Service........................................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday: Prayer Meeting, Youth............................... 7:00 PM
AWANA..................... .......................................... 6:30 PM
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Sunday School - 9:45 AM (classes for all ages)
Sunday Morning Worship & Children's Church - 11 AM
Sunday Night Bible Study - 6 PM
Wednesday Nights:
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Youth Bible Study, Praise & Worship - 6:30 PM
Adult Bible Study & Prayer - 7 PM

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Unforgiveness Part 2
Remember the knot in your stom-
ach? We talked about it last week;
you know, the grudge that you are
holding against someone...I bring
it up again because we talked about
how forgiveness is a choice. Let's
see what becomes of that same knot
if we make the choice to hold on to
unforgiveness.. .Ephesians 4:32 gives
us the instruction to forgive, but the
verses leading up to this show us the
downward spiral that unforgiveness
will lead us down:
"And do not grieve the Holy Spirit
of God with whom you were sealed
for the day of redemption. Get rid of
all bitterness rage and anger, brawling
and clamor, along with every form of
malice." (Ephesians 4:30-31)
Unforgiveness begins with hold-
ing a grudge against another...this
grieves the Holy Spirit of God until
we repent and grant forgiveness. If
we withhold it, that grudge .quickly
turns into bitterness, defined as "cyn-
ical." Know a bitter person? If so,
you are well aware that bitterness
runs deep and a bitter root produces
bitter fruit. It will not stay contained
to one area, nor will it stay small, but
it grows and spreads to every part
of our lives. In short order, we can
become negative and critical of most
everything and everyone.


CHURCH

NEWS

Turning Point
Ministry presents
David Manley
David Manley is returning to
Turning Point next Wednesday,
May 7 to intrigue us, entertain us
and offer a bit of scriptural wis-
dom through song and drama. He
will be singing music to delight
every age level, intertwined with
his own perspective of the life
events of the Apostle Peter..
A free will offering will be tak-
en to support his ministry. Doors
open at 6:30 p.m., the event will
begin at 7 p.m. Light refreshments
will be provided. This is a must
attend event to add meaning and
joy to the routine of your week.
Bring your family and friends,
they won't be disappointed. For
more information call 463-1882
or page 493-6259.


FAITHH BUS in Bell
May 15
The "FAITHH BUS" will again
be at the clubhouse in Bell at 9:30
a.m. on May 15 to distribute non-
perishable food and toiletries for
those in need.
The clubhouse is located next
to City Hall (the old train depot).
If you know someone having a
tough time, please let them know
about this monthly visit.
The "FAITHH BUS" is a
Christian outreach to those in
need. NO CREED, NO DEED,
JUST A NEED. ID's helpful for
quicker service.


Rage and anger are the result or the
"fruit" of bitterness. Rage implies
a "boiling up," while anger denotes
punishment and revenge. Unforgive-
ness left in our hearts will cause us
to become consumed with an offense
and keep it fresh in our minds, even
if it happened ten years ago! We
continue to press rewind and replay
the whole thing over and over in our
minds. Clamor is a synonym for
slander, and we continue this destruc-
tive path until we are "confiding" in
everyone who will listen about how
we have been wronged and try our
best to ruin our offender's name and
reputation...Oh, but it is a story we
love to tell!
Malice is a deadly end...it is de-
fined as wickedness that is not afraid
to break the law...even God's! Our
anger and bitterness consume us to
the point that we no longer fear God
or man.:.and we will do anything to
make sure that person pays for their
offense against us. Still want to hang
on to unforgiveness? Me neither!!
Let's take God's command to forgive
seriously and let's do it quickly.. .that
downward spiral can tend to be slip-
pery! He knows what is best for us...
forgiveness... receiving His, and giv-
ing ours.. .because our hearts matter!
Blessings, Angie


Beck Cason Hodge
and Purvis reunion
The Beck, Cason, Hodge and Pur-
vis reunion will be held on Saturday,
May 17, 2008 at Hart Springs in the
pavilion.
These are the descendents of Gil-
bert Purvis, Willie Purvis, Sarah Pur-
vis Beck, Mattie Purvis Hodge, The-
lis Purvis, and Warren Cason.
Anyone wanting to be a part of
this reunion is welcome and wanted
to help keep it going. We need the
young ones to come in and help.
Come on and help make the best yet.
All friends welcome.
For information call (352) 463-
2319.
Thank you,
JT and Dorothy Beck


Woodmen of the
World Lodge to
honor mothers
Woodmen of the World Lodge 626
in Trenton will honor Mother's Day
on May 20, 2008 at the lodge hall at
7 p.m.
Join us as we honoi our mothers.
Cake and ice cream will be provid-


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Methodist Church
9:30 am - Sunday School
11:00 am - Morning Worship Service
6:00 pm - Wednesday Bible Study
Nursery provided 9-12 Sunday Morning
203 N.E. Second Street, Trenton
Office: 463-2877 * Rev. H.D. "Hank" Cribb, Sr.




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6259 $.E. 75TH AVENUE - NEWBERRY, FL 32669

SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................. 9:45 AM
MORNING WOR$HIP ................................... 11 AM
EVENING WORSHIP ...................................... 6 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICES:
ADULT BIBLE STUDY, CHILDREN, & YOUTH ... 6:30 PM

PASTOR: TRAVIS MOODY
MINISTER OF YOUTH: ROBBIE BEACH
CHURCH PHONE: 352-472-3845
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PRISCILLA BAPTIST CHURCH
(352) 463-1562
5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
(Between Bell & Trenton - 2.5 miles West of SR 129)

Sunday School........................10:00 AM
Morning Worship.................... 11:00 AM "
Evening Worship....................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth...7:30 PM
Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.
Pastor Jerry Milton Youth Director Josh Dease
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The American Legion
Jamerson-Sheffield
Post 91 meeting
Post 91 will have a dinner open to
the public for a donation at the post
home located next to the FFA arena
on Walker curve on US 129 north be-
tween Trenton and Bell on May 15,
2008.
The post will provide the main
dish and members are asked to bring
a dessert to share. The dinner will be
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. with the regularly
scheduled meeting to follow.


Gilchrist County
Historical Society
The Gilchrist County Historical
Society is holding a meeting at Tren-
ton Community Center at 7 p.m. on
Tuesday, May 13, 2008.
We encourage all members to at-
tend and assist us with final plans
for the Memorial Day program at the
courthouse on May 26 at 11 a.m.
We will have a program as usual
and following that, from 12 to 12:15
p.m., all veterans' families and friends
are invited to a luncheon at the Tren-
ton Community Center. .


BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love."
Bible Study - 9:45 a.m.


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Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday,
May 1 at the Levy County Quilt Mu-
seum. It was another day to do some
favorite projects. There is always lots
of joking and laughing.
Pat has finished a wall-hanging
that was started long ago. We have
many quilters who tell us they have
lots of projects started but don't get
finished. I was at a club in N.C. sev-
eral years ago and they took one day
in the month that went to working
on those projects. It is a great feel-
ing when something is finally done. I
started a state quilt two years ago and


I finally got it done, I put it on the bed
and now I can see it and remember all
it took to get it done.
We want to thank Robert Carlton
who lives in Plant City for the big
cucumber so I can make cinnamon
red hots. He also brought blueber-
ries, green beans, squash, and onions.
Thanks Robert.
Lunch was once again so good. We
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worked for the then newly elected Sheriff Roy J. Rogers. From left
to right: Martin Shreve, Harvey Jones, Darrell Williams, Hugh
Martin, Jerry Caraway, and David Turner. The Journal photo was
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has summer jobs for teens
Refuge Manager John Kasbohm servation education programs will be
announced that the Lower Suwannee incorporated into the scheduled eight
Refuge will be participating in the weeks. These programs will provide
Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) information on the natural resources
program again this year. and responsibilities of the National
The Youth Conservation Corps is Wildlife Refuge System.
a summer employment program for Applications for the YCC summer
young men and women age 15 to 18. employment program must be mailed
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resources. 32626, and be received by May 16.
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Assembly of Fine Artists News


The Diana look-a-like banquet was
held on March 30 at Petrello's Res-
taurant in Trenton, just steps away
from the traffic light at 129 and 26
at 2 p.m. together with a variety of
fashion designs, both worn and on
hangers. The designs included six
t-shirts titled: Princess Diana, Spirit
of the Suwannee, Confederate Men,
Cow Mechanic, On the Suwannee,
and Alpha Angel.
-J-we were ,twq ..4-Ileiith. wfd1,
ding dresses, one of pastel light-
weight tapestry with baseball cap of
same fabric and mid-back veil with
hearts woven into the design. The
other short dress was of washable
white satin with a silver braid run-
ning down the left side of the dress
from sparse straps and triangle neck-
line to the hemline. A silver and crys-
tal crown was the headpiece. The
full-length gown's skirt was a circle
of white marshmallow fabric and the
top was a high neck halter of the same
fabric. A hip-length long sleeved flo-
ral quilted jacket was worn over the
dress.
There were three Dixie-County
jumpers to be worn with just as
charming blouses. Equestrian and
boating outfits were also shown.
Imagination was revealed in a cotton
shopping dress with manatees against
a blue-green background with cheer-
ful river flowers. A mixture of suede,
spandex, and rayon crepe made an un-
usual lovely hooded outfit. Designers
were Doreatha DeVeer Smith, Bar-
bara Moore, Tina Celia (LaLonde),
and V.P. Perruzi. Clare MacDonald
brought her handmade gems from
her own designed Exquisite jewelry.
We were very fortunate to have the
display of such gifted talent. These
items can all be purchased.
The Assembly will have the April
meeting on Thursday, the 24th at 6
p.m. with light soup and sandwich-
es, tea, coffee, and ice cream at the
"Club House," our Vice President's
Florida home, 74 S.E. 870 Street
in Old Town. (One half mile on the
right from Maria's Dixie Nut House,
corner of Hwy. 19/98 and C.R. 55A
aka S.E. 136 Avenue by 911 assign-
ment.)
We enjoyed a great luncheon and
meeting with Laura Dickinson from
Belaro Design Group, Inc. in St.
Augustine. Laura felt each garment
was appropriately expressed with the
fabric used and that she couldn't rate
any good, better, best. Pattern maker
Sunan Yreyna was unable to attend


because her son had to be rushed to
the hospital.
Mr. Pauly served a beautiful lun-
cheon. We gave door prizes and
started the raffles according to Miss
Emery's wishes for the large book
about Princess Diana, the deep purple
Fenton vase from Cheek's Pharmacy,
Cross City. Who will win the boat
ride on the Suwannee River offered
by Jeff Raitto of.Williston Marine,
Chiefland? Mr. Panly won the Paln
Beach Beach Diet Book, maybe he'll
find a selection of diets to help keep
our waistlines trim. And I understand
the owner of the Bear's Den, Fanning
Springs won the large ceramic bear.
Our next contest is Millennium
woman vs. Victorian or Renaissance
woman open to anyone of any age in
whatever form you create, such as
cartoon, music, poetry, photography;
clothing, sketches, paintings, carv-
ing, clay.
Call (352) 542-2855 or email
bcrmoorel667@bellsouth.net. Con-
test ends June 20.
We expect to have our private
Tighe Laurest Moore Memorial Re-
search Library open the second week
of July 2008. Keep this in mind, you
may have some books you would like
to donate. This will also be the start
of our "Round table quilting" section
using scraps of fabric as the early
American woman did. They may not;
be as durable or attractive as quilts;
being made today, but as much fuif
to work at. Learn about the five sided,
quilt!
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Trenton High School Beta Club has had a team at the Relay for Life for several years now. From left to
right, Sarah Bussard, Sarah Heaton, Sponsor Sue Reed, Sally Martin, Courtney Martin, Alicia Lovett (in
front), Katelyn Turner and Chelsea Willis.


Left to right front: Barbara Beinlich, Ann
Bill Beinlich is shown in back.


Chewning, Betty Rapp, LaVerne Long, and Gret'n Daughaday.


Haven Hospice honors Chiefland area

volunteers for dedicated service


Haven Hospice recognized out-
standing volunteers in the Chiefland
area during a luncheon on Apr. 30 at
the Tri-Counties Hospice Care Cen-
ter. At the luncheon, themed "Volun-
teers plant the seeds of caring," the
volunteers received praise for their
time and dedicated service to Haven
Hospice as a part of Volunteer Ap-
preciation Month. Volunteers in other
areas were recognized at separate
luncheons in April.
The Dr. Raymond Fitzpatrick Out-
standing Volunteer of the Year Award
recognizes a special -individual who
has shown outstanding leadership and
is a role model to other volunteers.
The award, named after Haven's vol-
unteer medical director from 1979 to
1984, was presented to Barbara and
Bill Beinlich. This husband-and-wife
team spends time in a very rural part
of Haven's service area, and they al-
ways go the extra mile. They truly
are role models to Haven's volun-
teers and staff.
The Administrative Volunteer Ser-
vice Award, given to a volunteer who
assists Haven Hospice staff in an
administrative role, doing anything
from handling paperwork to greeting
visitors, was presented to LaVerne
Long. Long is a reliable volunteer
and brings a smile to everyone she
encounters.
The recipient of the Care Center
Volunteer Service Award was Gret'n


Daughaday, who is in the care center
every Monday and Friday to help pass
out lunch trays and feed patients. She
always provides an ear when a pa-
tient or family member wants to talk.
Betty Rapp, recipient of the Vol-
unteer Liaison Volunteer Service
Award, started at Haven as a patient-
and-family volunteer three years
ago. As a volunteer liaison, she is an
extension of the volunteer staff and
wears many hats. One of her duties is
scheduling volunteers to assist staff.
The Community Outreach Vol-
unteer Service Award recognizes a
volunteer who has helped educate the
community about Haven Hospice and
the services it provides. Ann Chewn-
ing received this award. Not only
does Chewning visit patients during
the week, but she also spends time on
the weekend assisting events held in
the Tri-Counties area. Rain or shine,
Haven can always depend on her!
The Home Care Volunteer Servic-
es Award, given to Val Hutchinson,
recognizes an outstanding volunteer
who spends time in patients' homes.
Hutchinson exhibits an outstanding
level of patience, care and compan-
ionship for patients and families. She
is always available when a caregiver
needs a rest.
Each volunteer plays an integral
role in the daily operations of Haven
Hospice. Volunteers of all ages dedi-
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Florida Museum,
Alachua County
quilters seek entries
for spring 2010
exhibit
Really nice quilt take a great deal
of time to make so the Alachua Day
Guild is spreading 'the word about
an upcoming quilt show planned for
2010 in Gainesville.
The Florida Museum of Natural
History and the Quilters of Alachua
County Day Guild are seeking en-
tries for the exhibit "Quilting Natural
Florida II" planned for spring 2010.
All entries will be reviewed by a
panel of jurors to ensure the quilts
represent or illustrate subjects of na-
ture that are found in Florida. The
subject matter may be representa-
tional or symbolic of Florida's natu-
ral flora, fauna and environment.
"The Quilting Natural Florida
show blends the skills and imagina-
tion of the quilting community with
the mission of the Florida Museum
of Natural History," said exhibit or-
ganizer Gloria Craft Comstock. "The
quilting community will portray the
biodiversity of Florida that the mu-
seum examines through their creativ-
ity and exploration of the fiber me-
dium."
The last show which was held sev-
eral years ago featured really beau-
tiful quilts made-using images our
state's flora and fauna.
Entry forms are available on the
Quilters of Alachua County Day
Guild web site, www.qacdg.org, or
by e-mailing Comstock, rglOOl
bellsouth.net.


Capital City Bank Team from left to right, front row, Denise Hudson, Annie Sims, Kathy Cribbs, Shelly
Irvin and daughter Courtney. Second row, Clif Bradley, H.D. Cribbs, Cyle Brady and Michelle Brady and
Jeff Irvin.


Trenton Medical Center Team from left to right, front row, Sandra Holder, Claudia and Terry Wolfson, and
Susan Woodard. Back row, left to right, Travis Kortessis, Jennifer White, Darlene Swendsen, Ellen Hodge,
Rick Hodge, Mary Allen, Mary Kostessis and Eileen Senecal.


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Section A. Pane Twelve GILCURIST COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, MAY 8,2008


Whitney Hines, Briana Leverette, crowned princess and Amanda


Hines.
'On-April 1 itheqLe,erette's f,RRAv-
er Ranch traveled toitheir state junior,
Angus field day.
This yearly event was hosted at
Southern Cattle company in Mari-
anna with approximately 30 ex-
hibitors present. This year our team
claimed some of the top awards that
are offered at each year's event. Miss
Briana Leverette was crowned the
2008-2009 Florida Junior Angus As-
sociation Princess, as well as being
historian for our association. Josh
was elected the president for a two-
year term. Then when show time
came Josh had the grand champion


bull, tAhe grand champion, cqw-calf
pair, the, reserve junior heifer calf
champion, and finally he won inter-
mediate showmanship. Briana won
her division with her intermediate
heifer and got a call back from her
class of junior showman. Briton re-
ceived second with his junior heifer
calf and got a call back from his class
of junior showman. Finally J.D.
helped Josh show and win the cow-
calf show and he got a call back from
his junior showman class.
All in all we had a great time and
had a wonderful time showing our
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with two days of opportunities to
show you care. At both markets this
week, Friends of the Farmers' Mar-
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for Mom or Grandma. Plus, our lo-
cal growers and crafters have a large
variety of loving gifts to pick from.
Give the gift that keeps on giving...
like a flowering plant, fruit tree and
healthy product for the home or per-
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fresh baked goods, lotions and teas
are all great gifts to show Mom you
care.
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from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Seasonal Sat-
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Alan Marvin Scarboro and the Hel-
en M. Scarboro Estate to Alan Marvin
Scarboro, personal representative's
deed, $10.00, Lot 16 Hart Springs
Estate.
Canaan Ranch to Richard J. Sca-
glione, warranty deed, $13,750.00,
Lot 11 Silver Ridge.
Shirley A. Brantley to Jeffrey J.
Rands and Janice G. Rands, warranty
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Randy Culpepper and Stephen Ev-
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warranty deed, $88,000.00.
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Letter to the
Editor
(Continued from Page 3)
Oak Tree Landing
Dear Editor,
While visiting Gilchrist County
recently, I attended the Planning &
Zoning Board hearing on April 28,
2008. Local politics can be interest-
ing., At issue were the proposed Oak
Tree Landing development and modi-
fications to the county Land Devel-
opment Code to allow high density
Special Area Plans (SAPs). I don't
live in the area, but do wish to see the
beautiful waters and land of Gilchrist
County preserved in good condition
for the enjoyment of all residents and
visitors, as well as prosperity for those
who live and work in the area.
The developer showed some sen-
sitivity to input from the area resi-
dents, but then presumed to rewrite
the county Land Development Code
to suit their project, to be launched
immediately. This did not go over
well. Gilchrist County residents
wrote the plan, and they should be the
ones to review and revise it, perhaps
entertaining some suggestions from
the outside, if they are good ideas
presented in a thoughtful, respectful
manner. The process will not likely
be hurried, nor should it be.
Some of the opposition to the devel-
oper seemed a little angry, and there
was rhetoric that cited selective quo-
tations and some questionable "facts"
which stirred emotions but lacked the
substance and logic needed to make
solid, valid arguments. Some points
in opposition however were good
common sense, like going slowly in
considering a major change, being
very careful not to open a Pandora's
box; and concern for the environment
is certainly in order, if indeed the
threat is real. Supporters had good
points too, citing economic benefits,
jobs, and tax revenues, and new di-
verse opportunities relating to golf
and aviation. Someone did suggest
that now is not a good time to discour-
age people from moving to Gilchrist
County; more people would create a
larger trade base which is normally
helpful to an economy, assuming the
new members are producers and/or
spenders, not dependents.
Turning this rural paradise into
the likes of south Florida, Orlando,
or The Villages doesn't seem to be a
very popular idea; and I understand
that, having lived in the Orlando area
all my life, and watching the post-
Disney growth. However a fly-in
mini-city .with a golf course is cer-
tainly not Disney. World. In Orlando,
higher density development has actu-
ally been promoted of late by some
of our planner types, as the remedy
for urban sprawl. If the Gilchrist
Land Development Code is revised
to allow SAP type developments on
a limited, case-by-case basis, with-
out setting a precedent, then perhaps'
a few upscale developments would
be desirable, compared to some al-
ternatives. It would be good to have
another, closer look at the economic
benefits and tax revenues versus cost
of services relating to this and other
SAPs, with analysis on just how it
would add up in Gilchrist County
specifically. Overpopulation, noise,
pollution, unbridled or excessive de-
velopment are things to be discour-
aged. However, as growth is gener-
ally inevitable, "good growth" could
be a good thing.
I am an avid diver, Water drinker,
and a 14 year veteran volunteer with
the Florida LakeWatch program, and
therefore very sensitive to the springs,
the water, and the environment. A
prudent question is to ask just how
significant the environmental impact
would be with a project like Oak
Tree Landing, compared alongside
the county's existing sources of sew-
age, manure, fertilizers, pesticides,
etc. Some good math and science
should provide the answer and some
perspective. Multiple such projects
would, of course, multiply the im-
pact, and that should be considered
in the big picture. Regarding aircraft
noise, my sympathy lies with anyone
living in an affected area, if they lived
there before the (new) airport.
I am confident the residents and
leaders of Gilchrist County will dili-
gently study all the issues and make
policy that will allow for positive
growth and development, with the
necessary controls to prevent any
harm to the area.
Sincerely,
Lon Wagner

Gilchrist County
land transactions


Whitney Hines, Josh Leverette with the grand bull and judge.

Leverette family competes at

Junior Angus field day


Barrel Race to

benefit Gilchrist

Animal Shelter
The Gilchrist County Animal also striving to improve the adopt-
Control program is in great need of ability of the animals at the shelter
revenues to assist in the completion and reduce the number of animals
and operation of the new animal that are euthanized. The revenues
shelter for Gilchrist County. The provided through this activity will
National Barrel Horse Association purchase needed food and medicine
FLO8 will hold a riding benefit to offset some of the costs involved
Saturday, May 24th to raise funds in the operation of the shelter.
for this new animal facility. This The Animal Rescue Friends have
benefit will provide entertainment accomplished placing 33 pets in
including pet adoption, bake sale, homes over the last 30 days, raised
cake auction, raffles and a 50/50 $1,100 in cash donations, raised
drawing. This day of fun and ex- over $1,500 for purchase of medi-
citement will begin at 10:00 a.m. cations, received donated surgical
and an open race will get underway supplies, received twelve cases of
at 1:00 p.m at the Gilchrist FFA donated pet foods and toys, and
Alumni arena at the intersection of have organized volunteer clean-
US 129 and CR 307. ing crews for the existing animal
The Animal Rescue Friends have shelter. For more information on
set a goal of $15,000 in revenues by the benefit call Penny at (352) 473-
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.The theme, "Healthy Living," will
focus on helping seniors lead richer,
more active and healthier lives. The
event will offer important informa-
tion on topics such as available prod-
ucts and services, health screenings
and other much needed resources to
local seniors.
All attendees will receive a free
continental breakfast along with a
raffle ticket and a chance to win a
door 'prize valued at or more than
$25.
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and more than 20 community orga-
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programs coordinated by S.P.I.C.E.,
which supports local seniors and or-
ganizations dedicated to improving
the quality of life in our community.
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or sponsorships, please call (352)
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LCCC Planned
Gifts Board meeting
The Planned Gifts .Board of the
Lake City Community College Foun-
dation will meet May 13, 2008 at
noon in the Lake City Community
College Foundation Board Room,
downtown Lake City. For more infor-
mation contact Mike Lee, executive
director of the LCCC foundation at
754-4392 or 754-4433.


THURSDAY, MAY 8,2009


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


Section A, Pa2e Twelve


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Tammy Nattiel to Thirlun Primus,
warranty deed, $10.00, Lot 37 Fox-
wood Acres Unit II.
John P. Hoolihan and the John H.
Hoolihan Estate to Nancy Kaye Jor-
dan, statutory warranty deed, $10.00,
Lot 7 Shady Bend Second Addition.
Dustin J. Daube to Clarence W.
Roberts, warranty deed, $55,000.00,
Lots 1 and 2 Block 8 Nannie Homes
Second Addition.
Shermon K. Stickles and Joanne H.
Stickles to Sherman K. Stickles, quit
claim deed, $100.00.
Diane Porter to Larry Ledon Foley,
Jr., general warranty deed, $10.00,
Lot 2 County Line Pines.
Ronald L. Taylor to Suwannee
Lake Plantation, Inc., warranty deed,
$5,119,248.00.
Joy Lynn McDaniel to Joy Lynn
McDaniel, warranty deed, $10.00.
Kay Whittington and Penelope
Ann Wingo to Penelope Ann Wingo,
quit claim deed, $10.00.
Oak Walk, LLC and Anne Barnett
to Oak Walk, LLC and Anne Barnett,
warranty deed, $10.00 Lot 2 Block 5
West Bell.
Anne Barnett to Ryan Jeffrey Bar-
nett, warranty deed, $24,000.00, Lot
2 Block 5 West Bell.
Lomer Rogers, Delma Rogers, Jes-
sie Lee, and Mary Ann Lee to Lor-
rie Ann Akin and Timothy R. Akin,
statutory warranty deed, $10.00.

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Obituaries)


Mrs. Charlotte
Fay Barber
Mrs. Charlotte Fay Barber, 86,
passed away on May 4, 2008 at Ha-
ven Hospice of the Tri-Counties.
Charlotte was born in Wachula on
March 30, 1922 to Harney and Adele
Hancock. She moved to Old Town in
1962. She was a member of United
Methodist Church of Old Town.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, John Mack Barber and her
mother, Adele Hancock.
She is survived by a son, Gary
Michael Barber of Old Town; four
grandchildren and one great-grand-
child.
Arrangements are under the care of
Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.


Mr. Norman W.
Beauchamp
Mr. Norman W. Beauchamp, 70, of
Lake City passed away on May 2 at
the VA Medical Center in Lake City.
He was born in Negaunee, Michi-
gan to Lawrence and Ann Beau-
champ, he moved to Chiefland from
Georgia in 2000 and then to Lake
City. He served his country in the US
Army and was a retired public ser-
vice worker.
He was preceded in death by his
son, Ray Beauchamp.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia
Beauchamp of Lake City; his daugh-
ters, Suzi (Terry) Garate of Sarasota,
and April (Randy Madden) Clark of
Lake City; son, Shawn (Kathleen)
Corneal of Brooklyn, New York;
grandchildren, Tiala Beauchamp,
Crystal Beauchamp, Brandy Noack,
Naomi Stewart, Christine Campisi,
Diane Campisi, and Zachary Gitch-
ell; brother, Lawrence J. (Shirley)
Beauchamp of Chiefland; and sister-
in-law and brother-in-law, Berry and
Robert Mays of Callahan.
Funeral Services were held on
Monday, May 5 at Hiers-Baxley Fu-
neral. Services with Father Joe Mc-
Donnell officiating. Visitation was
held on Sunday at the funeral/home.
Arrangements are under the care
of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.


Mr. Kevin Ross
Folsom, Sr.
Mr. Kevin Ross Folsom, Sr., 57,
passed away-on Saturday, May 3,
2008 at his ibme iri Old Town.


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Mr. Folsom graduated from Lafay-
ette High School in Mayo in 1967
and entered the United States Air
Force, where he served until 1973.
He was a -lifetime resident of the
Lafayette, Taylor, and Dixie County
areas. He was a commercial fisher-
man and was a former member of the
Horseshoe Beach Fire Department.
He is survived by son, Kevin Ross
Folsom, Jr. of Old Town; daughters,
Adrian Wimberley of Old Town, and
Cher Tucker of Perry; brother, Maury
Folsom of Mayo; sisters, Shona Mur-
phy of Perry, and Beverly Renfroe of
Gainesville; and four grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held on
Thursday, May 8, 2008 at 6 p.m. at
the Seventh Day Adventist Church
in Cross City. A graveside memo-
rial service will be held at the Bethel
Cemetery in Mayo, on Saturday, May
10, 2008 at 1 p.m.
Arrangements have been placed
under the care of the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home in Cross City.


Mr. Thomas Henry
"Bill" Parrish
Mr. Thomas Henry "Bill" Parrish,
75, passed away on Friday, May 2,
2008 at Haven Hospice in Chiefland.
He was born on October, 2, 1932
in Trenton.
Mr. Parrish was a member of the
First Baptist Church of Trenton. He
served in the United States Air Force
(1953-1960) and was a heavy equip-
ment operator for most of his life. His
greatest love was his family and fish-
ing.
He was preceded in death by his
father, Thomas Jasper Parrish; his
mother, Caroline A. Parrish of Tren-
ton; and his sister, Marie Concan-
non.
He is survived by his wife, Delores
Parrish of Trenton; his sister, Eloise
Winegart of Ohio; daughter, Carol
(Duke) Lantg of Trenton; four sons,
Johhny Parrish of Trenton, Tommy
(Mary) Parrish of Trenton, Bobby
(Debbie) Parrish of Cross City, and
Pat (Anita) Parrish of Chiefland; and
nine grandchildren.
Services were held on Tuesday,
May 6,-2008 at the First Baptist
Church of Trenton with Brother Gary
Heath officiating. Burial followed at
the Trenton Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care of
Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.


Mrs. Mary Betty Smith
Mrs. Mary Betty Smith, 88, of Old
Town passed away on Wednesday,
April 30, 2008 at the Haven Hospice
in Chiefland.


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She was born in Monroe, Lousi-
ana and was an active member of the
community. Being an avid reader and
painter, she was a member of Friends
of the Library in Dixie County and
was instrumental in setting up the
branch library in Cross City. She was
also a very active member of the Old
Town United Methodist Church.
She is survived by her sons, Frank
Smith, III and his wife Donna of
Monticello, and John Smith and his
wife Janet of Old Town; daughter,
Suzanne Redditt of Old Town; five
grandchildren and four great-grand-
children.
A memorial service was held at the
Old Town United Methodist Church
Tuesday, May 6, 2008 with Reverend
Carl Rainear officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to Haven Hospice, 311 NE
9th Street, Chiefland, FL 32626 or
to the Old Town United Methodist
Christian Women, PO Box 637, Old
Town, FL.
Arrangements have been placed
under the care of the Rick Gooding
Funeral Home in Cross City.


. Mr. Adan "Chico" Torres
Mr. Adan "Chico" Torres
Mr. Adan "Chico" Torres, 81, of
Trenton passed away on Friday, May
2, 2008 at Shands at UF.
He was born March 30, 1927 in
Adjuntas, Puertq Rico.
Mr. Chico moved to Trenton af-
ter living in Connecticut and Puerto
Rico. He was a Deacon in Trenton
First Baptist Church. He was known
for ministering to home and hospital
bound individuals.
He was preceded in death by his
beloved Edith Torres and is survived
by his daughters, ,Brunilda Torres
and Carmen Torres, both of Boston,
Massachusetts; grandchildren, Sean
Murray and Melisa Nettleton, both
of Boston, Massachusetts, and Adam
Nettleton of Denver, Colorado; two
sisters, Angela Torres and Marina
Torres both of Puerto Rico; nephew;
Francisco Toires of Chicago, Illiinois.,
several other nieces and nephews,
and dear friends, Emanuel Harris and
family, and J.C. and Faye Clark.
Service of remembrance was held
on Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at Tren-
ton First Baptist Church with Rever-
end William "Bud" Long and Rev-
erend Mike Killian conducting the
service. Interment followed at Tren-
ton Cemetery. Visitation was held
on Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at Watson
Funeral. Home.
In lieu of flowers, contributions


may be made to Trenton First Baptist
Church, 118 N.E. 2nd Street, Tren-
ton, FL. 32693.
Arrangements under the care of
Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.


Mrs. Ethel Moring Ward
Mrs. Ethel Moring Ward, 71, of
Bronson, passed away on Friday,
May 3, 2008 at North Florida Re-
gional Medical Center.
She was born March 26, 1937 in
Gainesville and was a lifelong resi-
dent of Bronson.
She was a retired banker and en-
joyed spending time with her family,
reading, attending church, and par-
ticipating in church related activities.
She was preceded in death by hus-
band, Jerry Ward; parents, Amon and
Myrtie Moring; sister, Louise Hand
and brothers, Jack, Fred, and Junior
Moring.
Survivors include children, Ger-
ald Ward and his wife, Connie of
Chiefland, and Barry Ward of Sara-
sota; and three grandchildren, Shan-
non Ward of Chiefland, Madison and
Jack Ward of Sarasota.
Funeral services were held on
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 at First
Baptist Church in Bronson.
Visitation was held on Tuesday,
May 6 at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the care
of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services in
Chiefland.

DOF designates
May 4-10 as Arson .
Awareness Week
The week of May 4-10 has been
designated Arson Awareness' Week.
The Florida Division of Forestry
would like to use this week)to draw
awareness to the seriousness of this
crime and the devastation it causes.
The Division of Forestry responded
to 589 wildfires that burned over
109,000 from January to December
.of 2007 that were ignited by wildland
arsonists.
Needing to implement a fire pre-
vention program that would directly
target wildland arson, the Florida
Forestry Arson Alert Association was
born. The Arson Alert Association
was established in 1986. It is a non-
profit organization that was created
under the Florida legislature with a
mission to reduce the incidence of
wildfire arson by offering rewards for
information regarding wildland ar-
sonists. To receive the reward, any-
one with information about a wild-
fire believed to be set by an arsonist
should contact their local Division of
Forestry office or the Arson Alert Ho-
tline. If the information leads to an
arrest, the caller may be eligible for a
reward of up to $5,000.
Wildland Arson is not a victimless
crime. East year, people lose lives,
homes and property due to arson.
If you would like more information
on Florida's Forestry Arson Alert As-
sociation or the Division of Forestry
visit www.fl-dof.com or contact the
Division of Forestry at 352-955-
2010. The Arson Alert Hotline is 1-
800-342-5869.


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Livestock Reports


Receipts at the North Florida Live-
stock Market in Ellisville on Wednes-
day, April 30, 2008 were: this week
452, last week 540, and last year
736.
Slaughter cows and bulls fully
steady. Feeder steers steady to firm.
Feeder heifers 1.00 to 3.00 lower.
Feeder and replacement cows steady.
16 percent slaughter cows, 7 percent
slaughter bulls, 31 percent feeder
steers under 600 pounds, 3 percent
over, 4 percent feeder Holstein steers,
33 percent feeder heifers under 600
pounds, 3 percent over, and 4 percent
feeder and replacement cows.
Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80
percent: 1625-2230 (1.808) 51.00-
57.'50 (53.78).
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 per-
cent: 920-1165 (1032) 49.50-56.50
(53.84); 1275-1425 (1362) 52.00-.
58.00 (54.90); 1275-1535 (1395)
60.00-62.00 (61.16) high dressing.
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1: 1135-1425
(1262) 56.00-65.00 (60.06); 1525-
1795 (1652) 62.00-66.50 (64.41).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium
and Large 1-2: 230-240 (237) 130.00-
135.00 (133.38); 255-260 (259)
130.00-134.00 (131.16); 300-330
(313) 122.00-131.00 (128.51); 355-
380 '(366) 110.00-120.00 (113.45);
425-440(431)98.00-108.00(104.02);
450-485 (465) 97.00-101.00 (98.49);


stock Report
510-535 (520) 86.00-88.00 (87.00);
575-595 (582) 85.00-88.00 (86.98).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medi-
um and Large 2-3: 275-290 (281)
104.00-112.00 (107.49); 310-340
(326) 104.00-110.00 (105.95); 360-
380 (370) 105.00-106.00 (105.51);
410-440 (430) 89.00-95.00 (92.01);
460-495 (472) 81.00-87.00 (84.90);
530-545 (538) 74.00-79.00 (76.65);
675-680 (677) 66.00-73.00 (68.34).
Feeder Holstein Steers Large 3:
265-295 (272) 45.00-51.00 (49.41).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
1-2: 160-190 (176) 140.00-172.50
(159.60); 215-230 (225) 113.00-
120.00 (115.23); 260-280 (274)
97.00-102.00 (99.34); 315-345 (335)
94.00-97.00 (94.55); 360-395 (377)
85.00-86.00 (85.12); 425-440 (432)
85.00-86.00 (85.51); 465-480 (475)
86.00-88.00 (87.35); 555-585 (575)
85.00-88.00 (85.97); 615-645 (627)
80.00-85.00 (81.69).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
2-3: 210-230 (223) 100.00-106.00
(101.88); 260-290 (272) 86.00-90.00
(88.07); 315-335 (325) 89.00-93.00
(91.37); 360-380 (370) 80.00-83.00
(81.38); 415-440 (426) 79.00-82.00
(80.56); 460-475 (465) 77.00-83.00
(79.04).
Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-2:
935-1155 (1041) 60.00-82.00 (70.15)
4-6 months bred.


Receipts at the Ocala Livestock
Market on Monday, May 5, 2008
were: this week 524, last week 335,
and last year 344.
Compared to last week: Slaughter
cows and bulls were steady, feeder
steers and heifers were mostly steady.
Supply was light, demand was mod-
erate. Feeder steers and heifers over
600 lbs -54 percent, (26 percent
steers, 28 percent heifers), over 600
lbs 4 percent, (3 percent steers, 1
percent heifers), slaughter cows and
bulls 30 percent, replacement cows
12 percent.
Slaughter Cows Breaker 75-80
percent: 1290-1435 (1365) 53.00-
57.00 (55.29).
Slaughter Cows Boner 80-85 per-
cent: 835-1140 (983) 54.00-60.00
(56.85); 1240-1385 (1296) 55.00-
60.00 (57.44); 1310-1490 (1370)
61.50-64.00 (62.34) high dressing.
Slaughter Cows Leafn 85-90 per-
cent: 760-780 (770) 50.00-51.00
(50.51); 810-1185 (972) 47.00-54.50
(52.20); 820-960 (887) 45.00-46.00
(45.64) low dressing.
Slaughter Bulls Y.G. 1: 1300-1450
(1368) 63.00-67.00 (64.80); 1000-
1290 (1108) 52.00-57.00 (54.36) low
dressing; 1615-1940 (1767) 66.00-
68.00 (66.94); 1615 (1615) 71.00
(71.00) high dressing; 1580 (1580)
52.00 (52.00) low dressing.
Feeder Steers and- Bulls Medium
and Large 1-2: 175-195 (185) 160.00-
170.00 (164.73); 210-240 (223)
135.00-150.00 (141.34); 250-285
(264) 126.00-136.00 (131.76); 300-
330 (320) 120.00-128.00 (121.03).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Medium
and Large 2-3: 225-240 (233) 120.00-
135.00 (128.46); 275-295 (282)
120.00-125.00 (123.44); 300-345
(314) 110.00-118.00 (112.74); 363-
392 (374) 100.00-102.00 (100.97);
400-425 (407) 98.00-102.00 (98.80);


470-475 (472) 94.00-96.00 (95.01);
500-530 (507) 86.00-92.00 (90.02);
605-635 (620) 80.00-88.00 (84.10);
655-690 (675) 72.00-82.00 (77.28);
765-775 (768) 70.00-78.00 (75.31).
Feeder Steers and Bulls Small 1-2:
400-435 (416) 82.00-90.00 (87.43);
450-480 (465) 86.00-88.00 (87.33).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
1-2: '215-235 (225) 110.00-125.00
(117.17); 250-265 (258) 104.00-
110.00 (106.91); 330-345 (340)
96.00-100.00 (98.65); 400-420 (410)
94.00-96.00 (95.02).
Feeder Heifers Medium and Large
2-3: 260-295 (278) 96.00-100.00
(97.72); 300-345 (326) 88.00-92.00
(89.41); 355-388 (371) 84.00-90.00
(87.08); 415-435 (421) 84.00-88.00
(84.99); 450-490 (475) 82.00-86.00
(83.16); 550-565 (558) 82.00-84.00
(82.99); 615-625 (620) 72.00-78.00
(75.02).
Feeder HeiferTSrftill 1l-2.-2t5d237
(232) 82.00-94.'00' (91.21); 26f295
(275) 88.00-90.00 (89.37); 315-345
(328) 80.00-82.00 (81.03); 350-392
(374) 80.00-82.00 (80.79).
Bred Cows Medium and Large 1-
2: 740-775 (758) 66.00-70.00 (68.05)
4-6 months bred; 800-1180 (1037)
50.00-66.00 (56.66) 4-6 months
bred; 1200-1245 (1230) 55.00-67.00
(58.80) 4-6 months bred.
Cow-Calf Pairs Medium and Large
1-2: 775-635 (698) 575.00-600.00
(591.66); 830-995 (893) 700.00-
825.00 (749.16).

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THURSDAY. MAY 8.2008


14 017030-00 -
JOHNSON MAC RENTALS
JOHNSON MAC
PO BOX 367
NEWBERRY FL 32669-0367


INoiices


2007 Tangible
Personal Property
Taxes
Notice: 2007 Tangible Personal Prop-
erty taxes became delinquent April 1,
2008 and are drawing interest at the rate
of eighteen percent (18%) per year. War-
rants will be issued directing the seizure
and sale of the property if the delinquent
taxes are not paid. The amounts shown
include delinquent taxes, fees and interest
through May 31, 2008. Taxpayers wish-
ing to pay their delinquent taxes must pay
by cash, cashier's check or money order.
The names of the delinquent Personal
Property taxpayers and the cost of adver-
tising are as follows:

1 000190-00 - 58.07
AIR-RITE HEAT & A/C & REFRIG
2979 SW 52ND CT
BELL FL 32619-5365

2 001590-10 - 100.83
BARRIER MEDIA, LLC
STACY BROWN
P.O. BOX 1282
TRENTON FL 32693-1282

3 002250-00 - 179.87
BEARS DEN
RICHARD CHASE
8751 NW 173RD ST
TRENTON FL 32693-9218

4 002700-00 - 44.45
BELLTRONICS
DONALD F MORIN
PO BOX 718
BELL FL 32619-0718

5 003110-00 - 44.26
BIVENS PROPERTIES INC.
8899 SE 66 CIRCLE
TRENTON FL 32693-1999

6.005730-00 - 229.06
CAPTAIN HUGH'S
MARTIN RITA SUE & HUGH
PO BOX 145
BELL FL 32619-0145


7 008930-00 - 464.93
COX, RANDY
COX'S WHOLESALE NURSERY,
INC.
2080 NW COUNTY ROAD 340,
BELL FL 32619-3337


148.28


8 009020-00 -
CRACKER BOX CAFE
203 NE 1ST ST
TRENTON FL 32693

9 009650-00 -


DEWARS ENTERPRISES, INC.
8629 SE 74TH CT
TRENTON FL 32693-2278

10 009640-00 - 41.76
DICKS DONALD
1740 SW 42ND CT
BELL FL 32619-2246

11 009750-00 - 2,248.02
DOUBERLY WILLIAM & DOROTHY
3749 SE 57TH CT
TRENTON FL 32693-4510

12 012354-00 - 160.37
GAINESVILLE ICE SERVICE, INC
RICHARD BUNCH
508 SE 11TH AVENUE
(VARIOUS)
GAINESVILLE FL 32601-8078

13 016150-00 - 435.35
HOLDER JOSEPH & KATHRYN
8200 SE COUNTY ROAD 337
TRENTON FL 32693-2318


15 020000-00 - 959.08
LAB PARTNERS INC
WILLIAM K COATES
8629 SE 74TH CT
TRENTON FL 32693-2278

16 021090-00 - 53.25
LAWSON CONSTRUCTION GROUP
INC
3460 SE CR 337
TRENTON FL 32693-4576

17 021700-25 - 159.17
LINDSEY LAND CLEARING
AND SITE PREP INC.
PO BOX 774
TRENTON FL 32693-0774

18 021800-00 - '44.16
LISA'S FINE GIFTS
LISA MATHIS
3249 W. RAILROAD LANE
BELL FL 32619

19 000860-00 ..- 435.37
LOU'S DRIVE THRU
AVIE LOU SANDERS
1760 N. MAIN ST.
BELL FL 32619-4712

20 024720-50 - 5,500.40
M. D. WHITE, JR., INC.
6530 NW 38TH PL
BELL FL 32619-1071

21 022985-00 - 108.73
MAJIC TOUCH INC.,
6530. NW 38TH PLACE
BELL FL 32619

22 023020-00 - 366.80
MARINE MAINTENANCE SERV,FL
C/O JACK LEE
1307 NE 1ST TERR
CAPE CORAL FL 33909

23 023750-00 - 825.34
MARTIN HUGH D
PO BOX 145
MARTIN FARMS
BELL FL 32619-0145

24 024505-00 - 60.86
MCCOY'S WESTERN OUTFITTERS
PO BOX 2215
CHIEFLAND FL 32644-2215


25 024650-00 -'
MCGEE JIMMY
MCGEE LOGGING
PO BOX 33
TRENTON FL 32693-0033


26 008740-00 -
NEROVE, INC.
DBA COUNTRY QUICK ST(
869 S MAIN ST
208.11 BELL FL 32619-5213


27 027640-50 - 807.37
NORTH FLORIDA PINESTRAW INC.
C/O WILLIAM C. ROBERTS
7340 SW CR 232


TRENTON FL 32693

28 027700-00 -
OLCOTT DAIRY
EARL H OLCOTT
1930 NW COUNTY ROAD
BRANFORD FL 32008-732

29 029620-00 -
PETRELLO'S RESTAURAI
MICHAEL & MICHELLE
105 MOULTRIE CROSSING
ST AUGUSTINE FL 32086-

30 030000-00 -
PHILMAN KELLY JAY
6510 N US HIGHWAY 129
BELL FL 32619-4116

31 022970-00 -
PINE STRAW INC
MOORE JOSHUA D


MAC JOHNSON ROOF


104 Southwest 266th Street, Newberry, FL 3

352.472.4943 or 866.376.49


WWW






U


Website

.maciohnsonroofing.com


44.97 1338 NW 89TH TERR
GAINESVILLE FL 32606


32 030900-00 - 29.86
PLEIMAN CONSTRUCTION CO.
7520 SE 80TH AVE
NEWBERRY FL 32669

33 031085-00 - 1,683.44
PRIME STAKES, INC.
1832 SE 3RDAVE
TRENTON FL 32693

34 031095-00 - 96.56
PROFESSIONAL POOL FINISHING
299 SW 15 CT
BELL FL 32619

35 031200-00 - 173.78
R C A STEEL
RODEN JANIE & CHARLES
1339 SW 80TH AVE
BELL FL 32619-4680

36 031295-00 - 1,657.59
RAZORBACK FIBERGLASS PROD-
UCTS
114 NE 10TH ST
TRENTON FL 32693-3374

37 032055-00 - 8,922.00
RIDGEWAY TIMBER, INC.
9159 SW 15TH CT
TRENTON FL 32693-5696

38 034565-00 - 217.54
RUDDS SAWMILL
3699 SW 20TH ST
BELL FL 32619-2008

39 037560-00 - 28.78
SMITH FEED
MARSHALL PARKER
1159 S PARIS ST
BELL FL 32619-2396

40 037970-50 - 699.59
SOUTHERN TRUSS, INC
536 NE LANCASTER ST
TRENTON FL 32693-3601

41 040100-50 - 46.52
THE BACK PORCH COFFEE HOUSE
DEBORAH PITTMAN
3280 WEST POWERS AVE.
BELL FL 32619-2401

42 040100-75 - 91.35
THE GILCHRIST GRILL
1027 E WADE STREET
TRENTON FL 32693


43 041800-00 - 78.41
79.96 TURCZAK IVAN, INC
IVAN & LINDA TURCZAK
5269 NE 54TH PL
HIGH SPRINGS FL 32643-6115

44 038200-00 - 229.80
217.25 WATSON, CRAIG & CINDY
159 NE 90TH AVE
OP HIGH SPRINGS FL 32643-5146


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,"
FLORIDA
Case No.:' 21-2008-DR-0100
Division: DR


PATTI A. VIODANOFF
Petitioner
1,370.61 and
JOHN M. VIODANOFF
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
138 DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
4 TO: JOHN M. VOIDANOFF
9730 SW 55TH AVE.
323.45 TRENTON, FL 32693
NT YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that you
3 LN are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on PATTI
-5241 A. VOIDANOFF, whose address is 115
- NE 12TH AVE., TRENTON, FL. 32693,
2,723.45 on or before May 14, 2008, and file the
original with the clerk of this Court at P.O.
BOX 37, TRENTON, FL 32693, before
service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
1,079.28 may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office.
G | You may review these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida Family
32669 Law Form 12.915). Future papers
43 . in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
).4 address on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
* 4 of documents and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
(SEAL)
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Kendra Cathey
Deputy Clerk
Pub. April 17, 24, May 1, 8, 2008b.


Steady Income

Can Be Yours

-Sold land?
*Settled a legal case?
*Received inheritance?
*Sold your business?
*Have company pension?
*Have trust assets?


MITH ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LLC


322 E. PARK AVE., CHIEFLAND


(352)493-7700


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 08-000016-CP
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF:
ROSELINE S. COATS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are here-
by notified that an Order of Summary Ad-
ministration has been entered in the estate
of ROSALINE S. COATS, deceased,
File No. 08-000016-CP; by the Circuit
Court for Gilchrist County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is
P.O. Box 37, Trenton, Florida 32693;
that the decedent's date of death was
August, 10, 2007; that the total value of
the estate is $500.00 and that names and
addresses of those to whom it has been
assigned by such order are: MARLENE
PHILLIPS, 8540 SE 66TH Circle, Tren-
ton, FL 32693; CARLENE CROSS, 3179
SE 53rd Court, Trenton, FL 32693; RON-
ALD W. COATS, 2913 Gulfstream Road,
Lake Worth, FL 33461-1815; WILLIE
COATS, a/k/a WILLIE COATES, 6690
SE 82nd Street, Trenton, FL 36293.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the de-
cedent and persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate of the decedent
other than those for whom provision for
full payment was made in the Order of
Summary Administration must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first publication of this No-
tice is May 8, 2008.
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
HOLDEN, RAPPENECKER and EU-
BANK, P.A.
BOBBIE LEE EUBANK
2772-S NW 43rd Street.
Gainesville, FL 32606
(352) 377-5900
Florida Bar No. : 218359
Person Giving Notice:
MARLENE PHILLIPS
c/o Holder, Rappenecker
and Eubank, P.A.
2772-S NW 43rd Street
Gainesville, FL 32606
Pub. May 8, 15, 2Q08b.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GILCHRIST COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO. 21-2008-CP-0017
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF:
JEROME FRANCIS PETRONE,
-Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
JEROME FRANCIS PETRONE, who
was also known as Jerry F Petrone and
Jerry Petrone, deceased, whose date of
death was February 9, 2008, File Number
21-2008-CP-0017 is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Gilchrist County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
P.O. Box 37, 112 S. Main Street, Tren-
ton, FL 32693. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has been served must file
their claims with the court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the'decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is May 8, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
BruceA. Koebe, Esq.
2477 N. E. Dixie Hwy.
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
Telephone No.: (772) 334-4700
Florida Bar No: 168515
Personal Representative
Donna Ney
5407 Oleander Ave.
Ft. Pierce, FL 34982
Pub. May 8, 15, 2008b.


REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS
PROJECT COORDINATOR:
The Suwannee River Economic


Council, Inc. requests qualifications
from individuals and/or firms interested
in providing consulting services for the
initial planning phase through the bid
preparation process for construction of
three Senior Centers located in Dixie,
' Gilchrist and Union Counties.
Desirable Qualification:
Prior experience in project planning
and implementation, permitting, familiar
with construction, conventional and
steel buildings; and ability to effectively
communicate with elected officials,
engineers, building code officials, water
management and building contractors,
appraisers and surveyors.
Firms and/or individuals interested
in being considered must submit the
following:
1. A letter of interest detailing their
qualifications to meet the above


desirable criteria
2. Resume
3. Documentation of examples of
similar past experiences.
4. References from past clients.
5. Other pertinent data
Submit Resume to: Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc., P.O. Box 70,
Live Oak, FL 32064
Deadline for Receipt of Qualifications:
May 19, 2008 - 12:00 p.m.
Pub. May 8, 2008b.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the
Gilchrist County School Board will
conduct a meeting on Monday, May 12,
2008 at 6:00 P.M. in Building 14, Board
Room 14-002 located at 310 NW 11th
Avenue, Trenton, Florida.
Following is the agenda:
OPENING CEREMONIES
1. Approval of Agenda
2. District of Accreditation


3. Budget
4. Reports
NOTE: In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons requiring an interpreter or
special accommodations to enable
them to participate in this meeting are
requested to notify the Office of the
School Superintendent at 352-463-
3200 at least forty-eight (48) hours
prior to the scheduled meeting date so
provisions can be made.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that if a
person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting, he will
need a record of the proceedings and that
for such purpose, he may need to ensure
that a Verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
James E. Vickers
Superintendent of Schools
Pub. May 8,2008b.


From the Desk of


Gilchrist County Sheriff


) David P. Turner


On April ,19, 2008, Jeffrey M.
Thomas, 10/23/88, was arrested on
the charge of Violation of Probation.
On April 19, 2008, Tomas Q.
Amaya, 9/23/85, was arrested on
the charge of Battery/Domestic Vio-
lence.
On April 20, Nicholas L. Conners,
1/1/85, was arrested on charges of
Possession Drug Paraphernalia, Pos-
session of More than 20 Grams of
Cannabis and Possession of Canna-
bis with Intent to Sell.
On April 20, 2008, Norman D.
Forsyth, 11/12/62, was arrested on
the charge of DUI.
On April 21, 2008, Bobby J.
Chaney, 12/29/77, was arrested on
charges of VOP/DWLSR, VOP/Tag
Attached not Assigned and VOP/No
Registration.
On April 21, 2008, Melinda R.
Bergman, 1/8/60, was arrested on the
charge of Violation of Probation.
OnApril 22,2008, Harry H. Rosso,
3/26/73, was arrested on the charge
of Failure to Appear.
On April 23, 2008, Donna J. Wil-
liams, 11/21/66, was' arrested on a
Writ of Bodily Attachment.
On April 23, 2008, Brandi N. Pow-
ers, 12/11/72, was arrested on two (2)
counts of Worthless Checks.
On April 25, 2008, Matthew K.
Cranford, 5/9/8w,,was a.rrstedigqr the
cIaLge of Failure to Appear.
On April 25, 2008, Virgil L. Jack-
son, Jr., 8/2/84, was arrested on
charges of Possession of Drug Para-
phernalia and Possession of Less than
20 Grams of Cannabis.
On April 25, 2008, Jarod Z. Ride-
nour, 8/12/87, was arrested on charg-
es of Possession of Drug Parapher-
nalia and Possession of Less than 20
Grams of Cannabis.
On April 25, 2008, Artiemo
Ramirez, 1/25/88, was arrested on
charges of FTA/Operate Motor Ve-


hicle without Drivers License and
Operate a Motor Vehicle without a
Drivers License.
On April 25, 2008, April Ann C.
King, 7/11/65, was arrested on the'
charge of Child Abuse.
On April 25, 2008, Rebecca A.
Blackerby, 3/3/87, was arrested on
charges of Violation of Probation,
Resist without Violence and Posses-
sion of Drug Paraphernalia.
On April 26, 2008, Matthew J.
Bennett, 4/25/83, was arrested on a'
Writ of Bodily Attachment.
On April 27, 2008, Victor M.
Jiminez, 1/7/66, was arrested on the'
charge of Attached Tag not Assigned,'
DUI, Vehicle not Registered.
On April 28, 2008, Earl J. Rob-;
bins, Jr., 8/16/85, was arrested on the,
charge of Grand Theft.
On April 28, 2008, Kenneth P. Cox
III, 11/22/84, was arrested on the'
charge of Grand Theft.
On April 28, 2008, James T. New-
som, 12/5/57, was arrested on the:
charge of FTA/Worthless Checks..
On April 28, 2008, Susan C. Hill,
12/21/55, was arrested on charges of
VOP/Aggravated Assault, DUI with,
Damage, Leaving Scene with Dam-
age, No Valid Drivers License.
On April 28, 2008, William C.
Walden, Jr., 9/7/67, was arrested on,
charges of FOP/Odometer Fraud,
VOP/Failure to Place Notice of
Odometer Replacement.
On May 2, 2008, Tracy J. Smith,
8/17/73, was arrested on a Levy,
County Warrant with the charge of:
FTA/Tag Attached not Assigned.
On May 2, 2008, William J. Be-
veridge, 1/21/58, was arrested on a:
Sarasota County Warrant with the:
charge of Worthless Check.
On May 2,2008, Matthew S. Buff-;
ington, 11/25/78, was arrested on an
Alachua County Warrant with the
charge of VOP/Assault.


NOTICE

The Gilchrist County State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) Pro-
gram will hold a SHIP educational course at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday May
15, 2008 in the Gilchrist County Commissioners Building at 210 South
Main Street Trenton, Florida. The class is free and open to the public.
Anyone applying for a. SHIP loan is required to attend a SHIP class. If
you have any questions, please call the SHIP Program office at 352-463-
4021.
Charlotte Pedersen
Program Administrator
Pub. May 8, 15, 2008b.


NOTICE
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Gilchrist County SHIP Loan Re-
view Committee will hold a regular meeting on Thursday May 8, 2008 at
3:30 p.m. in the Gilchrist County Commissioners' Building at 210 South
Main Street, Trenton Florida.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a person decides to appeal any de-
cision made at such meeting or hearings, he will need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Charlotte Pedersen
Program Administrator
Pub. May 8, 2008b.


Trenton Community Farmers' Market
At the Depot - 419 North Main Street (Hwy-129)


Open Every Tuesday
from 2pm - 6pm


Farm Fresh

Produce

& Plants


LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Every week: Open Mic 2 pm - 3 pm
May 6 Flying Turtles String Band
May 10 Block Party with Flying Turtles
& Friends (Saturday Noon - 5)
May 13 Back Yard Pickers
May 20 Donna Stacy
May 27 TBA
Spring Produce is In! In May, we will have: Baby
Greens, Bok Choi, Lettuce, Onions, Garlic,
Kohlrabi, Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, Squash, and
Blueberries!
Sign up now for summer
Spinning and Socknitting Classes.
Our Farmers are FMNP Certified
WIC Checks Accepted


http://www.localharvest.org/farmers-markets/M 17375
FMNP Checks are Now Being Accepted by our State Certified Farmers
Drop-Off location for Canned Goods for the Food Pantry
Farmers - Vendors - Artists Call Ellen at
352-472-7632 for more info - **Bring Growers Permit
Sponsored by City of Trenton & Gilchrist County Journal


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Section A, Page Fifteen


[ DONATIONS |
Donations needed for yard sales and
auctions. Proceeds for spay/nenter, vac-
cinations and medical assistance for
low-income families. We have storage
facilities but not a thrift store. 4-Pets
Sake PO Box 1014 Bell 32619 386-935-
0975 or 866 727 2972 email fourpets-
sake@alltel.net
tfnb,3-2


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LOST BEAGLE: Small, fem
offered. Call 352-463-7135
6215.


LOST GLASSES: Reg. bi-
gold chain. Lost around Marc
463-2259.


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THURS.-FRI.-SAT.: 9430 Carolina
Way, Fanning Springs. Some furniture,
linens & dishes.
ltb,5-8

FAMILY YARD SALE: Clothes and
other misc. items. May 9th & 10th, 8am
- ??? 128 NE 2nd Avenue, Trenton.
ltp,5-8


SFor Sale


ir 352-463- PUG PUPPIES: 14 weeks, papers,
cute, adorable, AKC registered, 2 fawn
tfn,5-1 females, $400 each. 352-472-2474.
tfn51 2tb,5-8-5-15
-focals on a
focah 13th. 352- 2004 DODGE DURANGO: Crew
cab, 35,000 miles, bed liner, CD player,

2tb,5-1-5-8 cruise control, lighting wiring for towing,
excellent condition, $8,200. 352-339-
1630 or 386-454-2944.


FOUND DOG: Thursday, April 17th at
GMAC Real Estate Office in Old Town.
Beagle mix? Please call to identify. Ask
for Lindsay, 463-1464, leave message.


Advertising Pays!


2tb,5-8-5-15


WASHER & DRYER: Whirlpool Dryer
large capacity & Kenmore Ultra Fabric
large capacity washer. Asking $100 each.
490-7790, leave message if no answer.
2tp,5-8-5-15


L. Frank Grant Realty
L. Frank Grant
LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
S 701 NE'lst Avenue, Trenton, FL 32693
352-463-2817 FAX (352) 463-7063 E-o0=" U"L
lfgr@bellsouth.net
We List To Sell! tL9
httW://fl.living.net/Realtor/1059837


MLS#752196 - $99,900
5 Acres-SE 71st Place
Street to Street, SE 70th St.
Several nice home sites, scattered
oaks, zoned for home or M/home,
Trenton School District.
MLS#755054
5.23 ac (Parcel C) - Planted pines,
zoned for home or mobile home,
between Newberry & Trenton.
Call for appointment.
Only $79,900.
MLS#758939 -
Emerald Farms
NW 91st Street
5 acres, fecned, wooded, nice
. home sitesJOnly $65,900.,,
t) Fy'p . q " " ' I'. ' " ':


MLS#758812 $179,500
1800 SW 105th St - Trenton
5 BR/2 BA - 5 acres. Country
living at its best. Must see to
appreciate!
MLS#754309
1269 NW 55th Avenue - Bell
9.55 ac homesite, 4" well, septic,
power pole, 16x36 shelter.
$140,000 - Reduced to $129,000;
MLS#758331 - $319,000
Just off of CR-339 Levy County,
2 BR/1 BA brick trim home, 5
acres, fenced, w/ex-large metal '
work-shop 30x50 w/concrete
floors. Shown by "appointment
, onlyu'with-24-'hour notice.


"CLASSEDSSIFIED ADS $550 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD
I CLASSIFIED ADS $5.50 MINIMUM FOR 20 WORDS. 10 CENTS EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. ^


F[ Fr Sale

Dairy Goats-Kids /yearlings/milkers-
$100 up. Fresh milk daily and Colostrum
available. Non medicated Large brown
eggs. BBQ bucks 352-213-4319.
10tb,5-8-7-10

TANNING BED: Like new, low hours,
$1,200. (352) 258-9118.
2tb,5-1-5-8


CITRUS: Many varieties, shade
trees, flowering trees, knockout roses,
blueberries, blackberries, mayhaw trees,
annuals and perennials. Allen's Nursery,
Old Town, Hwy 55A, Hrs 9-5 M-Sat.
542-7254 or 356-0288.


4tb,5-8-5-29


I Services i

STORAGE: Classic cars, boats, or
RVs... tired of watching your valuables
go to waste in the yard? Consider placing
them in dry, indoor storage. Rates vary
with size. Call 352-949-0447.
. ltb,5-8

CLEANING: Commercial or residen-
tial. It's my job, it pays my bills. Lic.
Bonded. Cleaning products supplied, de-
tailed work. Affordable rates. Reliable.
17 years in the business. References.
Monthly, Weekly, Bi-weekly. Call Marci
at 386-965-5617.
15tp,4-24-7-31

WORK WANTED - EXPERIENCED
CAREGIVERS available for day,
night, or overnight. Light meal prepa-
ration. $8/hr. 386-935-6880.
4tb,4-24-5-15


"INC. - SEE OUR LISTINGS
(352) 463-7075 JEAN C. TROKE - Licensed Real Estate Broker ON THE WEB:
(352) 463-7302 FAX E-mail: trokerealty@aol.com ivww.trokerealtyinc.com
730 E. Wade Street (SR-26) * Trenton, Florida 32693
--.QUALITY-BUILT HOMES NOW AVAILABLE --
CUSTOM BRICK-BUILT HOME & ACREAGE NEAR BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Outstanding brick home, on landscaped 9.97-acre property (located about
3/4-mile from the Suwannee, near Wannee). Upgrades throughout inside, including fireplace, custom shelving, wood floors, gourmet kitchen (w/top-line
appliances) & more. Also has a 46x40 garage/workshop bldg. (w/space for horse livestock)-call/email Barabara for details...$374,900.
Reduced (From $339,000)--BIG BRICK HOME ON ACREAGE IN NORTH GILCHRIST: 3 BR/2 BA: Very nice brick home, on a landscaped, treed
9.2-acre tract near Suwannee at Little Lake City area. Has over 2,300 inside sqft., with full garage, enclosed pole barn & outbuilding-call Barbara for full
info;..$324,900.
Reduced (From $295,000 each)--RECENTLY BUILT, SPACIOUS CB/S HOMES NEAR TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA (each): Side-by-side, pasture 2-acre
tracts, these 2006 CB/Stucco-built homes have over 2,500 inside sqft of comfort, along with 2-car detached garage, big/open greatroom & family room,
tiled kitchen & dining area (and breakfast nook), and lots more, with paved frontage within 2 miles of town...Seller motivated...$249,900 (each).
SPACIOUS HOME ON ACREAGE IN EAST GILCHRIST: 3 BR/2.5 BA: Well-built frame home, over 2300 inside sqft. of comfort, on a corner 5-acre
tract near SR-26/CR-337. Property has workshop bldg., RV-sized carport (w/hookups); inside has bonus room (could be 4th BR), real wood cabinetry in
kitchen w/breakfast bar, and lots more; call/email Barbara or office for full information...$229,900.
Reduced (From $225,000)--COUNTRY ACREAGE & HOME NEAR BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Lots of large oak & pine provide plenty of shade, for 1660
sqft. CBS home and 8.7-acre tract, located near US-129. Home has spacious living room (w/fireplace), large kitchen/dining area, roomy BR's & more;
property also has 2-level pole bamrn...$209,900.
WELL-KEPT HOME AT NICE TRENTON NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR/2 BA: Over 1900 sqft. of living space, for this remodeled frame/CB home,
landscaped, in town. Has spacious living/dining area, bonus room, fireplace, full kitchen w/china cabinetry, & more...Sellers VERY motivated...$174,900.
Reduced (From $174,900)--WELL-BUILT FRAME HOME ON ONE-ACRE TRACT: 3 BR/2 BA: Located close to town right by US-129, next tq
other nice homes, this frame/hardyplank home is perfect for growing family or down-sizing retirees. Has full-appliances for kitchen/utility room &
more...$164,900.
NEWLY-BUILT HOME, CLOSE TO RIVER IN DIXIE CO.: 3 BR/2 BA: Brand new frame-built home, on wooded, private one-acre tract near Old
Town. Has open greatroom/dining area, with wood cabinetry for kitchen, fireplace, metal roofing, and 1-car garage attached...great location...$139,900.
NEW FRAME-BUILT HOME IN TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Well constructed frame/hardyplank home, at nice neighborhood in town. Has high ceilings,
lots of kitchen cabinetry, his/her closets in main BR. Could be eligible for "SHIP" program...$99,999.
FRAME 2-STORY HOME ON WOODED ACRES: 2 BR/2 BA: Couple of large oaks dominate this secluded 3.31-acre property, located close to Old
Town near US-19/Chavous Road, with 'fixer-upper' Frame/stucco home all property & contents being sold in 'as is' condition by Seller...$98,000.
Reduced (From $74,900)--'CRACKER' FRAME HOME ON TREED LOT IN TOWN: 3 BR/2 BA: Frame-built home, on spacious 115x164 tract, in
NE Trenton. Owners have priced to sell, in 'as is' condition--home has wood floors, bonus room & attached carport, storage outbuilding...$69,900.
-- MANUFACTURED HOMES ON THE MARKET --
NEW LISTING--WELL-KEPT M/HOME & WORKSHOP IN TOWN: 3 BR/2.5 BANVery nice, roomy 28x48 1990 Manufactured Home, with 14x30
attached bonus room, and 26x30 pole barn/workshop, all on landscaped/fenced 2 lot tract at Ayers Estate. Owner has put in new carpeting/MH
skirting...$79,900.
Reduced (From $174,900)--5-ACRE TRACT, WITH 2 M/HOMES & MORE: 6 BR/5 BA (total): Five pasture acres at end of country drive, with two
3 BR/2 BA manufactured homes, and large frame-bit. Rec-room/workshop building. Has over 2,300 inside sqft. of total living space, and nice extras
include wheelchair-ramp access, sun porch, landscaping/irrigation & more-located just west of Trenton off CR-341...$162,900.
WOODED 5-ACRES & LIKE-NEW MANUFACTURED: 2 BR/2 BA: 2005 24x44 M/Home in showroom condition, split-plan with large
greatroom/kitchen. On an under-brushed 5-acre tract, with perimeter fencing, located just north of Bell; also has 2-vehicle car cover & more...$136,000.
COUNTRY ACREAGE & SPACIOUS M/HOME: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-kept 27x56 manufactured, with pole barn, fenced horse area, large rooms inside.
Located at quiet, wooded 4.18-acres in No. Gilchrist (close to Suwannee/Santa Fe rivers)...$124,900.
VERY NICE, 'MOVE-IN' READY M/HOME ON ONE ACRE: 4 BR/2 BA: Spacious, neat & clean 2000-yr. 24x56 Manufactured Home, on treed,
fenced/gated one-acre tract near Waccasassa; has full living/dining rooms, open kitchen (w/china cabinetry), storage outbldg. & more...$85,000.
NEAT/CLEAN, SPACIOUS M/HOME NEAR FANNING: 3 BR/2 BA: 1990 24x58 Manufactured on open 100x300 tract, with paved frontage along
CR-346A (close to US-19). Has roomy living, family & dining rooms, lots of cabinetry in kitchen & more...Owner-financing possible (20% down
payment, 9.5% yearly interest, 20-year loan term)...$78,900.
UNIQUE M/HOME NEAR BRONSON & ARCHER: 2 BR/2 BA: 24x48 Manufactured Home, w/attached 2-car garage/workshop, bonus-room &
screened porch. Located on a one-acre tract, at University Oaks S/D, in NE Levy (short drive to Gainesville/Alachua Co...$74,900.
AFFORDABLE, WELL-KEPT M/HOME ON WOODED ACRE: 2 BR/1.5 BA: Neat/clean 14x56 Manufactured, on one-acre property with paved
frontage near Bronson. Has all appliances for kitchen/utility-area, two-car metal carport, outbuilding, and large oaks. Priced to sell!!...$62,500.
PRICED TO SELL!! MANUFACTURED HOME EAST OF TRENTON: 2,BR/1 BA: Decently-kept, neat & clean 14x48 M/Home, on .33/acre lot
near to Water's Lake. Has front & back wood-frame attachments, outbuildings & more...$45,000.
-- LOTS & ACREAGE PROPERTIES ON MARKET --
Just Reduced (From $34,500)--AFFORDABLE TRACT, JUST EAST OF TRENTON: A 4.9-acre wooded tract, has paved frontage along SR-47 near
town--Owner has priced to Sell!...$29,900.
44 ACRES--PAVED FRONT, IN EAST GILCHRIST: Quality larger acreage tract, mix of woods & pasture along CR-337...$499,900.
SUWANNEE RIVERFRONT ACREAGE: Naturally-wooded 5-acre tract, w/250' frontage along the river, North of Bell...$169,900.
20 ACRES NORTH OF BELL: Rural, secluded 20-acre tract, just north of Bell and near to US-129; call/email to Barbara for details...$149,900.
15.5 ACRES - COUNTRY ACREAGE NEAR TRENTON: A 15.52-acre tract available, located nearby SR-47 about 10 miles from town. Property has
some 'as is' improvements, including full fence/gated entry, well & septic system & outbuildings; call/email for details...$125,000.
9.73 ACRES--TWO 9+ ACRE.TRACTS--CLOSE TO RIVER, NW OF BELL: Two side-by-side wooded 9.73-acre tract (one w/some improvements),
near to the Suwannee off CR-340...$99,000 (improved)/$89,900 (unimproved).
5.5 ACRES--NEAR WACCASASSA LAKE: Wooded, secluded property, with 'as is' 2 BR M/Home, outbuilding and more...$77,900.
5-ACRE TRACTS AVAILABLE: Seven tracts available in Gilchrist & North Levy, a mix of wooded & pasture...starting from $51,900.
LOTS FROM HALF TO ONE-ACRE TRACTS--We have a variety of city lots & half-acre to one-acre tracts available, all located in the Gilchrist/Levy
County area-check with our office for the full details/locations...Single acre tracts start from $12,500 (Bell); and 1/2-acre Silver Oaks S/D tracts
starting at $34,900 (in Fanning Springs)
You can call our agents after regular business hours, for more information on any of our listings,
at the main office number above, or at our agents' cell numbers below:


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Great Get-A-Way in Camp Azalea a
Suwannee Riverfront Community.
Great Fishing and Hunting area.
There's a boat ramp just down the street
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Lovely A-Frame Cottage on 3 Lots.
which is only a couple blocks from the
Suwannee River. This home has been
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Springside S/D- 2 bedrooms, 2 baths on
nicely landscaped corner lot. Spacious
home has range, refrigerator,
dishwasher, Central H & A. screened
porch, open deck community sewer &
water, and paved streets. A quiet and
peaceful, adult community. $89,000
(LMH- 758171 -D) 352-493-2221


Beautiful 2006 MI on 4.85 Ac. This
home has over 1900 SF with all the
upgrades, tape & textured walls, crown
molding, ultimate kitchen package w/
SS appliances, claw foot tub, walk-in
closets, fireplace and more. Close to the
Suwannee River, Shopping, Gulf of
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BEAUTIFUL,. UPSCALE Suwannee
River Canal I ome. IThis exquisite 3
BR, 2.5 BA split floor plan home,
w/bonus room is in perfect condition
with too many amenities to list, and it is
just minutes from relaxing on the
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know the subject grade levels of your child, along with motivational
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Help Wanted


PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPING/
LAUNDRY RELIEF: 3 days a week
(varies) must be available weekends,
must be able to pass background & drug
cperpsni nlease appnnlv in person at Av-


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Street, Trenton.


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opening. Apply next door at
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GILCHRIST COUNTY
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must..Please Degree and 18 graduate hours in Bio-
references to logical Science, Chemistry, Physics, or
on. related area.
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LOTS & ACREAGE
.18 Acre Lot, Riverwalk $49,900
.23 Acres, Bell City Limits . $30,000
.27 Acre, W/S, River Access $32,900
.46 Acres, Ira Bea Oasis $20,500
.95 Acres, Bell City Limits $29,000
.5 Acre Lot, CR 342. $30,000
1 Acre, Suw Riv Estates $14,000
1 Acre, Suw Riv Estates $14,900
1 Acre, Suw Riv Estates $12,900
1 Acre, Buck Bay $55,000
2 Acres, Pvd Rd. $39,900
2 Acres, Close to River, W/S/P $47,500
2 Acres, W/S/P, Dividable $49,900
2 Acres, Commercial, US 129 $179,900
2,42 Acres, w/ Oaks $40,000
2.67 Acres, Scattered Oaks $49,000
2.9 Acres, Santa Fe River $215,000
3 Acres, W/S/P $39,900
,17Acres�,.rivae,, . $35,99
4.04 Acres, Suwannee River $185,000
S * e-s, 'S9, Dividable $90,000
t lq f tid Pines $56,900:
5 Acres, Dividable, Trenton $78,500
5 Acres, Frame Home & Barns $84,900
5 Acres, Close to Rivers $69,500
5 Acres, Bell City Lim, Dividable $82,500
5 Acres, 1973 DWMH $65,000
'6.24 Acres, Private $70,000
9.23 Acres, North of Bell $74,900
9.37 Acres, Paved CR 341 $125,000
9.5 Acres, CR340 W/S/P $136,000
10 Acres, Bell $66,000
10 Acres, N Gilchrist $99,000
10 Acres, CR 349 Old Town $114,000
10 Acres, Paved, PP & Septic $139,000
17.18 Acres, N Gilchrist $160,000
19.20 Acres, 1/1 Cottage $284,900
20 Acres, Paved US Hwy 129 $304,500
20 Acres, CR 236 $279,000
20 Acres, Cleared $160,000
20 Acres, Wooded $149,000
20 Acres, row crops $255,000
20 Acres, US Hwy 129 $210,000
20 Acres, Planted Pines $150,000
20 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn $170,000
26 Acres, CR 337 E. Gilchrist $340,000
28 Acres, Nicely Treed $336,000
29 Acres, Bell $191,400
30 Acres, Near Manatee Springs $285,000
39 Acres, Bell $257,400
. 40 Acres, W/S/P, Pole Barn $320,000
40 Acres, Bell $469,000
53 Acres, Cleared, Canal Frontage $425,000
70 Acres, Paved Rd. & Cleared $700,000
77 Acres, Paved Rd, CR 236 $859,000


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,Help Wanted I

Maintenance Worker - Journey Level
District Wide
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Three years of experience in building
maintenance and/or A/C service. Must
have EPA Universal Certification for
HVAC.
Substitute Teachers
High School Diploma or Equivalent.
Contact the District Office for an
application and more information.
Bus Driver Trainees;
Substitute Bus Drivers.
High School Diploma.
.40 hours of in-service training
will be provided for qualified applicants.
Flexible training hours.
Part of the training prepares
trainees for the driver portion of
the Class B Florida CDL. For
information or
questions, contact the Transportation
Department at (352) 463-3230.
Highly Qualified
Substitute Teacher Pool
We are accepting applications for our
Highly Qualified Substitute
Teacher Pool. Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree or higher with a
current or former Florida teaching
certificate in a core subject area. Once
approved, highly qualified substitutes
would be eligible for substituting at $130,
a day in pre-approved situations where
there is a long-term absence in a core
subject area. All other daily substituting
would be at current daily rates. Contact
the District Office for an application and
more information.
Obtain and submit application to:


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Natalie Rankin - Licensed Real Estate Broker
1310 North Main Street - Bell, Florida 32619
Office: (352) 463-9001 Toll Free: (888) 463-9001 Fax: (352) 463-9008





Affordable and roomy 4BR/2BA home with over 1800 sq.fl. of living 2005 5BR/3BA, 2091 sqfl home. Features include two master suites with
area. Located on beautiful oak filled .91 acres offering shade for home large bathrooms & walk-in closets, large living area, front & rear
and yard. Quiet neighborhood of SandersO0akslS/D.' uMI.S#75611 under-roof porches, fenced & treed yard, concrete driveway and detached
$79,500 ' 1 1. . ,i .1. 1 .. , I.. " " . ' ."" I


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condition. Home is situated on 6.06scenic acres in private ea. Updates include
paint, capet, cabinets and metal roof. Exterior features include white board
fence along road, utility shed and pole barn with stalls. MLS# 758712 $89,000


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[Help Wanted

Gilchrist County School District,
310 NW 11th Avenue,
Trenton, FL 32693
(352) 463-3200.
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Attach a resume and any
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COMMERCIAL RENT/LEASE: Per-
fect building location with huge billboard
on US-19 in Fanning Springs. Centrally
located between Levy, Gilchrist, and Di-
xie counties. Ready to move into. For
Rent, or Lease, with a purchase option.
Get the exposure needed to boost your
business. Call 352-949-0447.
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COMMERCIAL BUILDING: 2,500
sqft in Bell. Old Roberts' Furniture Build-
ing. 352-463-2288.
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2 BR/1 BA CONCRETE BLOCK DU-
PLEX in Trenton, 209 SW 8th Ave. 6
months lease, $600/month; plus last and
$500 security deposit. No pets, no smok-
ing inside. Call: John Rowe 463-0644.
2tb,5-8-5-15


Gregory V. Beauchamp
Douglas K. McKoy


For Rent

2 BR/1.5 BA HOUSE on two acres. Al-
most new. Turn west on 40th St. at Rodeo
Arena, 6 months lease, $600/month; plus
last and $500 security deposit. No pets,
no smoking inside. Call: John Rowe 463-
0644.
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HOME ON SUWANNEE RIVER: W/
spring in back yard, $850/month. 3 BR/2
BA large yard. Quiet neighborhood.
Fenced property, located on Hwy-129..5
miles North of Bell. Call for appt. (352)
376-0080 or (352) 284-3873.
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FISH CAMP IN SUWANNEE: $350 Brand new 2BR/2BA apartment in
weekly or $850 monthly. Utilities in- Bell. $675/month garbage and water ser-
cluded. 2 BR/2 BA DW with fenced yard vices included. Dish Network available.
on fresh water canal. Call for details 352- First & $500 Security due to move in. 12
949-0447. month lease available. Call Hometown
2tb,5-8-5-15 Realty of North FL, Inc. at 352-463-9001
for application.


3 BR/2 BA DW: In Bell. No pets. $700/
mo, $700 security. 352-215-5694.
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sewer, allowance for appliances!
$100,250 MLS#757700


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beautifully landscaped, 2 car garage,
sreened porches& more! $299,000
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on 9 plus acres,completely remodeled,
pole barn, storage building, greenhouse,
irrigation LEASE WITH OPTION AVAIL-
ABLE $197,500


LAND
17.89 ACRES near Hart
Springs, not buildable,
$59,500 MLS#753163
5 ACRES in Trenton,
Homes Only, $59,900
MLS#753462
1.08 ACRE in Bell, $18,00
I MLS#753658
3/4 ACRE in Fanning
Springs, $15,500
MLS#754778
2 ACRES in Trenton,
Homes Only, $59,500
MLS#754810
5.63 ACRES in Bell,
$55,000 MLS#756535
7.37 ACRES in Bell,
$65,000 MLS#756556
20 ACRES in Chiefland,
$170,000 MLS#758583
34 ACRES in Chiefland,
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By Carrie A. Mizell
As Pre-K coordinator for Gilchrist
County schools, Marilyn Beach
could not be more proud of Trenton
and Bell Pre-K teachers who have
worked tirelessly since the beginning
of the school year to raise funds to
take Pre-K students on a dream vaca-
tion.
"The Pre-K teachers did not think
that a lot of the kids would ever have
the opportunity to go on a family trip
to a theme park, so they decided to do
something about it," Beach said.
According to Trenton Elementary
School Pre-K teacher Laura Brown,
Pre-K teachers have worked since
September to raise money through
yard sales and the sale of donuts, cups
and gift baskets to pay for 75 Pre-K
students to visit Walt Disney World's
Magic Kingdom.
At 5:30 a.m. on April 4, 301 anx-
ious travelers including parents,
teachers and Pre-K students boarded
a bus and traveled to Orlando for a
trip that did not end until the park
closed. Brown explained that the Pre-
K teachers raised over $3,000, which
covered every child's reduced price
ticket, a driver and fuel for the bus.
Pre-K students at Bell Elementary
School have also had the opportunity
to take part in trips to Silver Springs
on March 20 and an upcoming trip to
Wild Adventures on May 16. Accord-
ing to Bell Elementary School Pre-K
teacher Diane Lovett, this is the sec-
ond year Pre-K students have had the
opportunity to go on fun family trips
with the cost covered by funds raised
throughout the year.
"These teachers go above and be-
yond," Beach said. "They are here
early in the mornings and stay late in
the afternoons because they will do
whatever it takes to get the job done
right."
Beach's praise for the Pre-K teach-
ers this week comes as schools and
communities throughout the state
celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week
in recognition of Florida teachers'
commitment to student success.
Digging for wiggly worms was
popular .this week in Pre-K class-
rooms throughout the county. While
teaching a spring unit on things that
grow, Pre-K teachers at Trenton and
Bell have made bird nests with stu-


Blaise Buckner, 4, shows off the bird nest he worked really hard on.


dents out of twigs, odds and ends
picked up on the playground and
crushed up chocolate cookies and
pudding. Students have also col-
lected worms, both real and of the
gummy variety, and built worm and
snail habitats out of vegetable snaps
and husks.
According to Beach, Pre-K utiliz-
es the OWL Curriculum, Waterford
Computer Lab, Handwriting Without
Tears and Second Step Character De-
velopment.
"This year the teachers have used
a monthly checklist to map out stu-
dents skills as they go," Beach said.
"In the past the kids have been tested
at the beginning, middle and end of
the year."
Each day Pre-K students eat break-
fast, work in centers, spend 40 min-
utes in the computer lab, work in


small groups, eat lunch, take a nap �
and play on the playground.
Pre-K has changed drastically in *
the 20 years Diane Lovett has taught
students ages 3 to 5 at Bell Elemen-
tary School. Today Pre-K students �
enter a structured environment where
they learn days of the week, months *
of the year, their first and last name,
the alphabet and sounds. It is now 1
what kindergarten used to be.
Countywide there are 135 Pre-K
students enrolled at Trenton Elemen- *
tary School and Bell Elementary
School. �


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Bethel breaks ground
(Continued from page 1)


when Bro. Cravey encouraged the
church to use the money for the
benefit of the church members and
reaching new people who move
into the area. The suggestion of the
Family Life Center came from Gary
McKenzie who works weekly with
the AWANA program. The church
has seen a steady growth in their
Wednesday evening AWANA pro-
gram which serves between 50 to 80
children each week.
The church family is looking for-
ward to a new larger dining area as
they have outgrown their current Fel-
lowship Hall. Bro. Cravey said dur-


ing the dedication that the Lord had
blessed the church and this project
as members had stepped up to fill in
where they are needed. Joe Lander
will be overseeing the engineer-
ing and building aspect of the proj-
ect while Ronnie Sherman has been
working on the financing aspect.
The church plans to start construc-
tion within the next couple of weeks
and a completion date of December
2008 is expected.
Bethel Baptist was founded in 1876
about a mile from its current location
on the comer of County Roads 334
and 334A.


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Clemons
(Continued from page 1)
roll for more than nine hundred em-
ployees.
Prior to that, I worked for the Audi-
tor General Office and was involved
in auditing local School Boards, the
University of Florida, local Commu-
nity Colleges, as well as, the State
Attorney's Office and the Public De-
fender's Office.
I am a member of the Florida
School Finance Officers Association
and the Florida Educational Negotia-
tors. I am very well acquainted with
the educational requirements each
county must meet as outlined in the
Florida Statutes and the State of Flor-
ida School Board rules. I completely
understand the office of the school
board member and the vital role they
play in the establishment of policy
and vision for the future of the school
system.
Recently I received notice from
the Florida School Board Associa-
tion I have earned their distinction as
a Certified Board Member. A mini-
mum of 96 hours of instruction is
required in areas such as Boardman-
ship, School Finance, Policy Gover-
nance, and Personnel and Bargaining
issues. I feel our School Board mem-
bers should lead by example if we ex-
pect our staff to be highly qualified.
We have solid schools in Gilchrist
County. The educators who work in
our schools, as well as, the employees
who cook, clean, drive the buses and
serve in the district office are the real
strength of the system. Those who
have served in the past have built a
firm foundation. I feel with my back-
ground in school finance, my class-
room insight-via my wife and family,
and suggestions from many of you,
I can continue to make a meaningful
contribution to the future of our edu-
cational system.
It would be a privilege to once
again serve as your representative
on the School Board and continue
to give back a small portion of what
my family and I have enjoyed by liv-
ing here. If elected I will continue
to work hard to earn your confidence
and to maintain your trust. If you
have any questions or I may be of
service to you please call. (352) 463-
8454 or (352) 538-2796.
Sincerely,
Bob Clemfis


Austin Doby put together a puzzle.


Hart Springs senior pass
(Continued from page 2)


person. If Gilchrist County reduces
the Senior Citizen's Family Pass to
$50.00, this would allow three mem-
bers of the family admittance to the
park also at a reduced rate.
"The county needs revenue to sup-
port the park system which is main-
tained by a fee based program," he
added.
The County Administrator further
explained that senior citizens visiting
the park don't impose impacts when
they attend the grounds. On the other
hand, the young people coming into
the park along with the senior citizens
do require supervision and additional
service involving maintenance and
clean-up. These people do impact the
park and require more maintenance
than senior citizens, he added.
At the present time Hart Springs,


through their new camping facility at
the county operated park, is generat-
ing more revenue than what was bud-
geted. Commissioner Randy Durden
reminded the board of the times when
Hart Springs has been impacted by
floods and doesn't meet their annual
projected revenue.
The board discussed the proposed
motion in length. Commissioner
Langford agreed to resend her origi-
nal motion. She then proposed to have
the Senior Citizens pass become a
two member pass which would allow
two senior citizens, 60 years of age
and older to be admitted to the park
for a one time price of $25 a year.
Commissioner Kenrick Thomas sup-
ported the motion' before the board
voted 4-0 to pass the new guideline
that goes into effect June 1, 2008.


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1 241013-00000001-0000 1,720.54
KELLNER LASKY & KIRSHNER 50.000AC
GOVT LOT I OF 24-10-13
109/622 241/007

2 010714-02690000-0010 569.09
SCOTT STEVEN M & 5.450AC
LOT 1 CEDAR RIDGE SUBD.CONT
5.45 AC 62/257 251/290
CONVENANTS & RESTRICTIONS 258/

3 010714-02690000-0020 8,053.56
MIDYETTE STEVENA 12.400AC
LOT 2 CEDAR RIDGE SUBD CONT
12.4 AC 62/257 251/290
CONVENANTS & RESTRICTIONS 258/

4 120714-00000001-0040 HX 195.62
HIGH DONALD M 9.640AC
W 3/4 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 LESS N
456 FT CONT 19.64 AC 62/685
125/421 229/225 252/24 UTIL

5 120714-00670000-0100 HX 1,265.36
WHITE ELIZABETH G 10.240AC
LOT 10 SUWANNEE FORK UNREC
SUBD 13-7-14 OR 68/38 120/508

6 120714-00670000-0170 HX 789.95
MADDEN RICHARD P & JANET A 9.910AC
LOT 17 SUW FORK UNREC SUBD
47/419 71/332 101/188 103/375
203/124 270/17 270/19 283/46

7 120714-00670000-0310 372.14
OSBORNE THOMAS B 3.150AC
LOT 31 SUWANNEE FORK UNREC
SUBD OR 71 PG 190

8 130714-00110000-0030 '327.45
JONES SUSAN P 2.420AC
LOT 3 & 4 UNREC SUBD METES &
BDS OR 49 PGS 597 & 599 & OR
59 PG 429 & OR 73 PG 243 OR


9 130714-0012000B-0060 4,414.62
BOWEN LAWRENCE D & HELEN GAY
LOT 6 BLK B TWO RIVERS
ESTATES 12 & 13-7-14 99/376
131/01 195/706 2000/2224 2004/


0.590AC


10 130714-0122000D-0040 HX 518.01
CREWS EVA J, 1.000AC
LOT 4 BLK D UNIT 2 TWO RIV
ESTATE 83/23 123/47 133/357
133/358 268/472

11 130714-0122000E-0060 154.33
MCMAHON BRIDGET M & PEGGY S 0.990A
LOT 6 BLK E UNIT 2 TWO RIVERS
ESTATE 68/90 109/673 2004/3581


12 130714-0122000E-0100 154.33
RICKARD MAX B 1.000AC
LOT 10 BLK E UNIT 2 TWO
RIVERS ESTATE OR 74/635

13 130714-0122000E-0110 HX 1,079.31
JONES WAYNE DAVID & 1.050AC
LOT 11 BLK E UNIT 2 TWO RIV
ESTATE OR 57/483 & OR 70/92 &
OR 74/607 81/221 133/607 .

14 130714-0122000E-0170 154.33
WARREN KEITH 1.000AC
LOT 17 BLOCK E UNIT 2 TWO
RIVERS ESTATE 69/86 70/404
139/331 153/363 TAX DEED 214/

15 130714-0122000E-0180 154.33
MCCOMAS DARRELL G & EULAH J 1.000AC
LOT 18 BLK E UNIT 2 TWO
RIVERS EST OR 69 PG 84 & OR
70 PG 408 146/13


16 130714-0122000E-0200 390.87
MCCOMAS DARRELL GENE & EULA J
LOT 20 BLK E UNIT 2 TWO
RIVERS ESTATE OR 70 PG 255
83/486 103/94 122/260


17 130714-0380000C-0190 154
VONDERAU DANIEL L TRUSTEE
PART OF REPLAT RIVERVIEW LOTS
LOT 19 BLK C 76/118 230/151
230/152 2000/239 2006/7545


18 130714-0380000C-0200 501.51
VONDERAU DANIEL L TRUSTEE 0.460'AC
PART OF REPLAT RIVERVIEW LOT
20 BLK C 36/186 113/471 113/
623 2006/7546 2006/8016

19 130714-03820000-0010 2,248.84
WHITE JEFF & TAMMY L 5.000AC
SUWANNEE RIVER - 5 AC
RANCHETTES 1 57/656 58/529
201/286 UTILITY EASEMENT 216/

20 130714-03820000-0050 HX 936.58
PITTMAN DONALD M 5.000AC
SUWANNEE RIVER 5 AC RANCHETTE
5 57/586-587 161/245 227/218
255/495 264/112 270/536 276/

21 130714-03820000-0150 HX 1,475.30
WOLFE HELEN L 5.000AC
SUWANNEE RIVER 5 AC
RANCHETTE 15 50/483 64/104
102/261 113/41 124/620

22 250714-00000002-0000 HX 617.79
WHITWOOD ROBERT JAMES & RHONDA
4.000AC
N 200 FT OF NE/4 OF NE/4 E
OF ST RD 49 105/449 125/223-
226 141/389 183/311 & 618

23 250714-00000003-0020 1,471.76
LOPEZ JOSE ISABEL JR 10.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4 GO
N 373.45 FTTO POB GO W 1118.
26 FT TO ERLY R/W OF HWY 129

24 250714-00000004-0000 HX 272.89
SMITH RAYMOND & MONA 9.500AC
NW/4 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 LIFE
ESTATE-MINNIE SMITH 76/46
LESS RD R/W 250/160 250/166

25 250714-00000010-0020 49.23
MOORE JOSHUA D 5.120AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4
25-7-14 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
E LN OF NE/4 OF SE/4 N 707.92

26 250714-00000010-0030 32.42
MCCONNELL JENNIFER M 5.120AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4
25-7-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF NE/4 OF SE/4 N 89 DEG


27 260714-02580000-0010 HX 1,379.00
ONZE JAMES ROBERT 12.000AC
LOT 1 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
C CONT 12 AC 25-7-14 212/002
221/471 RESTRICTIONS 248/564


28 260714-02580000-0020 1,495.44
ONZE JAMES ROBERT 10.OOOAC
LOT 2 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
CONT 10 AC 25-7-14 212/002
221/471 RESTRICTIONS 248/564 .

29 260714-02580000-0030 1,495.44
ONZE JAMES ROBERT 10.OOOAC
LOT 3 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
CONT 10 AC 25-7-14 212/002
221/471 RESTRICTIONS 248/564

30 260714-02580000-0040 1,495.44
ONZE JAMES ROBERT & MARCIA 10.OOOAC
LOT 4 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
CONT 10 AC 25-7-14 212/002
221/471 RESTRICTIONS 248/564

31 260714-02580000-0050 1,294.28
ONZE BRONWYN CAMILLE 6.900AC
LOT 5 SUWANNEE SHORES SUBD
CONT 6.9 AC 25-7-14 212/002
221/471 RESTRICTIONS 248/564

32 350714-00000010-0000 608.62
WATERS LISA & SUSAN FLOYD 0.950AC
N/2 OF LOT 6 BDRY DESC OF LOT
1 UNRECORDED PLAT OF SUW RIV
HGTS SUBD DESC OR 4 PG 24


1.020AC


3 33 350714-00000016-0000 HX 220.13
0.500AC , WATERS LISA 3.200AC
COM AT NE COR OF NW /4 OF SW
/4 GO W 1065.72 FT TO E BK OF
SUW RIV GO S 9 DEG 34 MINE


2007



GILCHRIST COUNTY



DELINQUENT TAX LIST


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS

WILL BE SOLD .......

on the 28th day of MAY 2008 via the

INTERNET at Web Addresses*...........


www.gilchristtaxcollector.com

or

Gilchrist.TaxSale.com


TAX CERTIFICATES will be sold on the

following described land to pay the

amount due for taxes herein set opposite

of the same, together with all cost, interest,

and advertising.


TAXPAYERS WISHING TO PAY THEIR DELINQUENT

TAXES BEFORE MAY 28TH, 2008 MUST PAY BY

CASH, CASHIER'S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER.


40 010814-06210000-0010


790.31


JOHNSON FRANKLIN & STEPHANIE 4.540A
LOT 1 REPLAT OF LOTS 7-12 THE
HILLS UNREC SUBD DESC AS
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF 1-8-14

41 030814-00680000-0070 628.37
WENTWORTH ROSEMARIE L 2.380AC
LOT 7 SUWANNEE OAKS SUBD CONT
2.38 AC 120/26 246/238 2001/
4644 2003/4412 2004/1112 2005/

42 030814-06320000-0030 1,077.43
MCCOOL THOMAS R 5.000AC
LOT 3 SHADY BEND 2ND ADDITION
SUBD CONT 5.00 AC 192/498
215/552 UTIL EASEMENT 227/181

43 030814-06320000-0050 IHX 616.15
GRIFFIS DIANE RENEE 10.010AC
LOT 5 2ND ADDITION SHADY BEND
SUBD CONT 10.01 AC 115/312
2002/3804 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/

44 030814-06320000-0060 HX 478.07
WALTON RENA 10.010AC
LOT 6 SHADY BEND 2ND ADDITION
SUBD CONT 10.01 ACRES 196/148
233/264 250/206 UTIL EASEMENT


45 040814-00000012-0010 HX 583.11
BOUTWELL LISA G 10.OOOAC
E/2 OF E/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 74/
248 248/20 287/126 UTILEASE-
MENT 2000/4057 2007/4434

' 46 040814-00000012-0030 1,199.39
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G 9.730AC
W/2 OF W/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4
LESS .27 AC RD R/W CONT 9.73
AC 102/91 248/21

47 050814-00630000-0040 HX 1,779.62
TANOUS GARY D TRUSTEE 5.050AC
LOT 4 SHADY BEND SUBD 105/261 .
284/467 2000/1311 2006/3596

48 050814-00630000-0100 768.27
O'NEILL FRANK & 5.520AC
LOT 10 SHADY BEND 88/64

49 050814-06310000-0050 876.48
STORY BOOK HOMES OF FLORIDA 5.060AC
LOT 5 SHADY BEND FIRST ADDIT
CONT 5.06 AC 216/625 2003/3329

50 050814-06310000-0070 1,439.17
BOOTHBY RAFAEL A & 5.350AC
LOT 7 SHADY BEND FIRST ADDIT
CONT 5.35 AC 215/748 254/483
293/207 296/96 2001/4405 2003/

51 080814-00000003-0010 . 169.95
RADLEY TONI MARIE 2.510AC
COM AT NE/C OF 8-8-14 & RUN E
ON E LN OF SAID SEC 8 S 18 FT
TO S LN OF CR R/W THENCE RUN

52 080814-00000009-0000 2,525.43
GREEN LINDA C 10.850AC
COM AT NE/C OF 8-8-14 RUN ON
E LN S 01 DEG E 18 FT TO S LN
OF CO RD R/W GO ON SAID R/W S


53 080814-00000016-0010 735.52
CAGGIANOGUIDO & JOAN C 5.100AC
COM AT NE/C OF 8-8-14 GO ON E
LN OF SEC S 01 DEG E 1868 FT
GO N 82 DEG W 389.85 FT TO

54 080814-00000021-0000 634.07
MCSHERRY DECEMBER 10.020AC
COM AT NE/C OF SEC 8-8-14 &
GO ON E LN OF SEC S 1418 FT
TO POB GO S 88 DEG W 124.7 FT

55 090814-00000001-0000 1,177.16
TABER BENJAMIN E 9.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF 9-8-14 GO S 18
FT TO CO RD R/W & POB GO ON
R/ W W 265.96 FT GO S 1469.69

56 090814-00000003-0010 75.06
TABER BENJAMIN E 20.670AC
COM AT NE/C OF 9-8-14 & RUN ON
E LN OF SEC 9 S 18 FT TO CO
RD R/W LN THENCE RUN ON R/W LN

57 090814-00000003-0020 79.69
TABER BENJAMIN E 22.910AC
COM AT SE/C OF E/2 OF NE/4 OF
9-8-14 FOR POB THENCE RUN ON E
LN OF E/2 OF NE/4 N 1132.39 FT

58 090814-02910000-0020 1,193.10
HALL DAVID B & ROBIN L 10.OOOAC
LOT 2 ROCK BLUFF SPRINGS SUBD
CONT 10AC 75/19 91/154 108/
426 142/283 146/421 2001/87


34 350714-00000023-0015 HX 654.50
CHASON NORA DELLANE 1.010AC
COM AT NE/C OF N/2 OF E/3 OF
NW/4 OF SE/4 35-7-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUN S ALG E LN OF N/2

35 360714-00000007-0000 500.89
PHILMAN KEITH L & I J 142.720AC
SE/4 OR 63 PG 58 LESS RD R/W
149/461 2001/1261 LESS 14.278
ACRES 2003/3784 2005/6541

36 01081r4-00000002-0000 6,206.43
PHILMAN KEITH L & I J 49.680AC
NE/4 LESS RD R/W &"LESS 6 AC
TO CHILDREN 63/58-63 & LESS 2
AC TO AT & T 17/62 & LESS .50

37 010814-00620000-0160 543.35
JOHNSON MICHAEL A 2.270AC
LOT 16 THE HILLS UNREC SUBD
DESC AS MTS & BDS 86/646 183/
88 286/736 286/738 2003/1359

38 010814-00620000-0190 HX 195.62
CHAPLIN KATHERINE J 2.490AC
LOTS 19 & 20 THE HILLS SUBD
2.49 AC 111/206-207 123/83 &
200 UTILITY EASEMENT 136/637

39 010814-00620000-0320 HX 794.57
HOVEY KIRK D D 2.270AC
LOT 32 THE HILLS UNREC SUBD
DESC IN MTS & BDS DESC CONT
2.27 AC 214/615 256/287 UTIL


70 110814-00000005-0000 HX 1,152.09.
DOUGLAS ROSALIE 15.000AC.
W/2 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 81/211
UTIL EASEMENT 223/678 LESS 5
AC TO ANTHONY DOUGLAS 266/512

71 ii0814-00000005-000i HiX 914.77
DOUGLAS ANTHONY BENJAMIN 5.000AC
W/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4 OF NE/4.
81/211 UTIL EASEMENT 223/678
266/512 268/608 268/609 268/

72 110814-00000006-0000 895.23
MCGRAW DIANE 20.000AC
W/2 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 52/235
63/677 175/157 198/194 244/
656-660 2005/1722 2006/5597

73 110814-00000006-0010 1,606.38
BOULIANE PAUL F 20.000AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OR 55 PG
249 & OR 63 PG 306, 307 & 534
82/107 83/658 125/07 141/378

74 110814-00000007-0000 513.72
SULLIVAN BECKY J & 3.040AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4 OF
11-8-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF SW/4 OF NW/4 S 621.85

75 120814-00000001-0010 HX 445.77
TRAIL CHARLIE DEAN 9.360AC
AS PT OF REF COM AT NW/C OF
NE/4 OF 12-8-14 GO E 50.63 FT
TO E R/W LN OF U S HWY 129

76 120814-00000012-0000 HX 546.18
BURGESS DANIEL J III & 0.500AC
BEG At NW/C OF NW/4 OF NE/4
OF 12-8-14 THENCE RUN S 70
YDS & E 86 2/3 YDS TO POB

77 120814-00000013-0010 HX 1,386.45
SHERRARD TERESA & 14.980AC
TRACT 1 DESC IN MTS & BDS
CONT 14.98 AC COM AT NW/C OF
SE/4 OF NE/4 OF 12-8-14 AS

78 120814-00000015-0010 930.81
MARTIN HUGH D ETAL 14.940AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF NW/4 LESS 5 AC
TO BOYETTE 81/209 268/610
2002/5128 2005/2926

79 120814-00000015-0011 849.88
MARTIN HUGH D ET AL 5.060AC
S/2 OF SE/4 OF SW/4 OF NW/4
81/209 268/610 2002/5128 2004/
3990 2005/625 2005/2924 2005/ *

80 120814-00000036-0000 810.41
CHOPE DESIREE M & DARROW E & 4.440AC
NW/4 OF SE/4 LESS 21 AC SOLD
TO BOLLINGER & WILSON & LESS
5 AC TO BLOOM & LESS 8 AC TO

81 120814-00000039-0000 867.09
RYDER ROBERT A & CHRISTINAA 5.000AC
PCL 8 DESC AS COM AT NE/C OF
SW/4 OF NE/4 FOR POR THENCE
RUN S ALG E LN OF SW/4 OF NE/4

82 120814-02250000-0110 HX 2,293.39
BUNCE DARYL F & NANNETTE F 10.040AC
LOTS 11 & 12 HUNTERS CHASE
FARMS 183/568 183/570 199/219
228/254 266/698 267/472 267/

83 120814-02250000-0140 870.43
NARSINGH MADHUMATIE 5.020AC
LOT 14 HUNTERS CHASE FARMS


59 090814-02910000-0030 1,085.80
HALL DAVID B & ROBIN L 10.OOOAC
LOT 3 ROCK BLUFF SPRINGS SUBD
CONT 10 AC 75/19 91/154 108/
426 142/283 146/421 2001/87

60 090814-06800000-0070 HX 1,819.54
HUMMEL MICHAEL & 4.790AC
LOT 7 UNIT 2 SUWANNEE OAKS
UNREC SUBD CONT 5 AC 143/233
181/464 2001/3321 2005/1440

61 090814-06800000-0130 HX 1,174.64
RAMEY BETTY L 4.780AC
LOT 13 UNIT 2 SUWANNEE OAKS
SUBD CONT 4.78 AC 121/92 128/
517 135/371 172/668 176/70

62 100814-00000002-0050 867.09
COOPER PHILLIP E & KATHLEEN B 5.000AC
N/2 OF SE/4 OF N/2 OF W/2 OF
NE/4 OF 10-8-14 110/313 248/
679 265/28 2004/1971

63 100814-00000004-0020 HX 473.13
THOMAS CHERYL A & 2.750AC
W,300 FT OF N 400 FT OF S 930
FT OF FOLLOWING DESC PROP COM
AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF 10-8-14

64 100814-01310000-0040 970.28
BURNS PATRICK W & CATHERINE H 5.000AC
LOT 4 JOSHUA ACRES SUBD CONT
5 AC 143/58 2001/4570 2002/
2402 2006/1936

65 100814-01310000-0060 4,421.08
BURNS PATRICK W & CATHERINE H 5.000AC
C LOT 6 JOSHUA ACRES SUBD CONT
5 AC 142/696 161/669 UTILITY
EASEMENT 200/67 207/448 2001/

66 100814-01310000-0120 604.47
BURNS PATRICK W & CATHERINE H 5.000AC
LOT 12 JOSHUA ACRES SUBD CONT
'5 AC 138/513 156/554 159/116
213/40 226/261 UTIL EASEMENT

67 100814-03040000-0010 1,528.64
SAUNDERS WILLIAM L & 5.000AC
LOT I CEDAR HILLS SUBD 56/117
107/51 118/386 2002/5393
2004/2291 2005/5590 2005/5591

68 100814-035040000-0030 1,374.46
ECHEVERRI PAULO & ISMAEL' 7.950AC
LOT 3 CEDAR HILLS SUBD 56/117
107/51 118/386'2002/5393 2003/
3446 2005/5861 2006/2418

69 110814-00000001-0060 867.09
NASH RICHARD JAMIE & REBECCA 5.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NW/4 OF NE/4
OF 11-08-14 AS POR GO WALG S
LN OF THAT FORTY 36 FT TO POB


LOT 5 DESC IN METES & BDS
W 100 FT OF E 500 FT OF NE/4
OF SE/4 & W 100 FT OT E 500

106 170814-00170000-0300 627.53
DANIELS JEREMIAH PATRICK 5.180AC
N 100 FT OF S 1100 FT OF GOVT
LOT 5 CONT 5.18 AC LESS E 50'
LOT 30 62/268 114/442 160/709

107 190814-06420000-0160 757.18
SLATER MICHAEL C 1.540AC
LOT 16 2NDADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 19-8-14 &
30-8-14 89/542 127/448


108 190814-06420000-0170


757.18


CONT 5.02 ACRES 176/136

84 130814-00000008-0010 HX , 195.62
RUSH ROBERT LEE 7.970AC
COM AT SE/C OF NW/4 OF NW/4
13-8-14 FOR POB THENCE RUNALG
S LN OF NW/4 OF NW/4 S 89 DEG

85 130814-00000011-0070 HX 195.62
FONTENOT WELDON J & MARY S 2.500AC
E/4 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SW/4
TRACT 7 OR 31/50 56/189 104/
358 105/41 110/185 116/215

86 130814-03090000-0050 1,157.83
MAZZA LUIS RICARDO & 5.000AC
LOT 5 MAGNOLIA MEADOWS SUBD
51/266 116/162 194/19 194/270
211/307 2001/3312 2004/6831

87 130814-03090000-0110 1,157.83
JAMES MAHLON A & 5.000AC
LOT 11 MAGNOLIA MEADOWS 51/266
116/162 194/19 194/270 211/307
2001/3312 2005/197

88 140814-01970000-003B HX 1,441.83
WOLLFARTH NANETTE .- 5.050AC
TRACT 3-B GRAY SQUIRREL ACRES
UNREC SUBD CONT 5.05 ACRES
147/76 UTILITY EASEMENT

89 150814-00000002-0000 HX 195.62
SMITH SHANE & TIFFANY' 20.090AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4.15-8-14
THENCE RUN S 69.70 FT TO S
R/W OF CR 340 THENCE RUN S 89

90 150814-00000002-0030 63.11
SMITH SHANE & TIFFANY ET AL 9.350AC
W/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF NW/4
15-8-14 THENCE RUN S 69.70 FT
TO S R/W LN OF CR 340 THENCE S

91 150814-00000002-0040 64.20
SMITH SHANE & ROSCOE SMITH 9.680AC
N/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF NW/4
15-8-14 THENCE RUN S 69.70 FT
TO S R/W OF CR 340 THENCE S 89

92 150814-00000002-0045 64.20
SMITH ROSCOE & RHONDA G 9.680AC
S/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF NW/4
15-8-14 THENCE RUN S 69.70 FT
TO S R/W CR 340 THENCE S 89

93 150814-00000002-0050 1,273.14
SMITH RHONDA GAIL & ROSCOE 29.380AC
E/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF NW/4
15-8-14 THENCE RUN S 69.70 FT'
TO S R/W OF CR 340 THENCE RUN

94 160814-01610001-0110 1,959.74
TRIMM STEVE M & LINDA S 0.590AC
LOT 11 BLK 1 SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD 2004/1384 2004/
1385

95 160814-0162000A-0270 HX 264.84
MERCIER BRIAN K 0.550AC
LOT 27 BLK A 2ND ADD SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD 61/331 189/249
2003/3709 2003/3710 2007/4904

96 160814-0162000C-0110 HX 759.55
WHITE PATRICK E . 2.160AC
LOT 11 BLK C 2ND ADD SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD 152/117 UTIL
EASEMENT 153/42 155/498

97 160814-01630000-0130 931.36
SELBY JAMES D & GLENDA F 1.000AC
LOT 13 3RD ADDITION SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD 52/21 162/339
247/16 UTIL EASEMENT (LOT 13)

98 160814-01630000-0150 HX 359.75
SMITH JAMES RANDY& SHELLEY 2.000AC
LOTS 15 & 16 3RD ADD SUW RIV
HIGHLANDS SUBD OR 59/248
119/507 255/503 283/406

99 160814-01880000-0030 211.51
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 5.010AC
TRACT 3 POSTELL ESTATES UNREC
SUBD DESC IN METES & BDS 141/
398 145/432-433 147/85 150/431

100 160814-01880000-0040 381.55
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 33.520AC
TRACTS 4 5 6 & N 8.5 AC OF
TRACT 7 POSTELL ESTATES UNREC
SUBD DESC IN METES & BDS 141/

101 160814-01880000-0091 HX 428.50
MATTHEW KAREN 5.000AC
W/2 OF TRACT 9 POSTELL
ESTATES UNREC SUBD METES &
BDS DESC CONTAINING 5 AC

102 170814-00000001-0010 366.29
HOLIFIELD JASON G 5.000AC
N/2 OF W/2 OF W/2 OF SE/4 OF
SE/4 69/342 2006/4503

103 170814-00000003-0000 479.14
BUTLER ELIZABETH MAYBURY OR 10.000AC
W/2 OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4
116/700 220/328 2004/1882 UTIL
EASEMENT 2006/6362

104 170814-00170000-0012 645.70
HOLLEY SCOTT L & DEANNE 0.860AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF
17-8-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF NE/4 OF SE/4 N 89 DEG

105 170814-00170000-0050 543.66
HOLDEN MARK W & LARK T 4.450AC


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Section B, Page Two


THURSDAY, MAY 8, MAY 15, MAY 22, 2008


SLATER MICHAEL C 1.510AC
LOT 17 2ND ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 19-8-14 &
30-8-14 89/542 127/448

109 190814-06420000-0220 679.78
DEVIL'S ELBOW INC 1.160AC
LOT 22 2ND ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 30-8-14 112/436

110 200814-00180000-0470 876.48
OWENS DENNIS M & DOROTHY M 3.110AC
LOT 47 BRITTON/BAYNARD UNREC
SUBD DESC AS MTS & BDS N 100
FT OF S 2000 FT OF GOVT LOTS

111 200814-00190000-0040 2,876.49
BAILES MILTON LEON & 20.000AC
PCL 4 LONG METES & BDS DESC
OR 51 PG 217 & 218 102/591
113/248 HILL/BAYNARD UNREC

112 210814-00000004-0062 441.32
LEAL DAISY MARIE 2.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4 OF NW/4 OF
21-8-14 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF NW/4 OF NW/4 N 330.60

113 240814-00000002-0000 HX 380.01
SASSER WILLIAM C 5.000AC
W 330 FT OF N/2 OF NE/4 OF
NE/4 150/639 224/118 225/465
246/297 248/146 UTIL EASEMENT

114 240814-00000012-0020 HX 500.39
CURTIS CARLA FAY 10.000AC
FOR A PT OF REF COM AT SW/C
OF W/2 OF SE/4 OF 24-8-14 GO
N 89 DEG E ALG S LN OF W/2 OF

115 250814-00000012-0030 HX 741.75
WILKERSON KEVIN F & SHANNA M 1.260AC
COM AT SW/C OF SECT 25-8-14
GO E ALONG S LN 1529.24 FT TO
POB CONT E 286.26 FT GO N 61

116 250814-00000028-0000 2,742.73 *
CARLSON JANE F 4.820AC
COM 630 FT N OF RR R OF W ON
W SIDE OF PARIS ST RUN N 421
FT W 240 FT S 410 FT SWRLY

117 250814-00000029-0000 845.56
CARLSON JANE F 1.010AC
COM ON W SIDE OF PARIS ST AT
PT 479 FT N OF RR R/W RUN N
210 FT W210 FT S-210 FT E

118 250814-00000040-0000 169.23
COX A RESTATE . 0.230AC
COM 130 FT W OF NW/C OF BLK 5
TOWN OF BELL GO W 100 FT GO S
100 FT GO E 100 FT GON 100

119 250814-00200001-0030 HX 389.92
MARTIN RITA 0.450AC
LOTS 3 & 4 BLK 1 TOWN OF BELL.
FLA 131/477 UTILITY EASEMENT
158/684 219/450

120 250814-00200003-0010 1,263.54
BADGER DELORES J 0.220AC' '
LOT IBLK 3 TOWNOF'BELL FL " .
95/461

121 250814-00930000-0060 HX 2,735.28
DALTON CYN DELEE 5.180AC
PARCEL 6 HIGH COUNTRY SUBD
CONT 5.18 AC 145/136 290/155
UTIL EASEMENT 2000/975

122 250814-00930000-0070 965.39
DALTON CYN DELEE 5.060AC
LOT 7 HIGH COUNTRY SUBD CONT
5.06 AC 104/375 133/37 203/527
277/344

123 250814-00930000-0090 1,018.87
DEPAS WILSON 5.350AC
LOT 9 HIGH COUNTRY SUBD CONT
5.35 AC 101/438 192/596 2003/
6552 2003/6553 2005/1761

124 250814-01190001-0020 1,077.25
CRACE CHARLES DANA & 0.430AC
LOTS 2 & 3 BLK 1 WEST BELL
SUBD 89/63 107/604 108/27
113/43 113/691 134/190-193

125 250814-01190005-0010 554.84
FRASER ROBERT 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 5 WEST BELL 89/63
107/604 108/27 113/43 113/691
134/190-193 159/20-21 291/389

126 250814-01190005-0040 554.84
ABBA INVESTMENTS INC 0.220AC
LOT 4 BLK 5 WEST BELL 89/63
107/604 108/27 113/43 113/691
134/190-193 159/20-21 291/389

127 250814-02600000-0040 174.41
ERGLE DALE & BELINDA 0.990AC
LOT 4 PARK PLACE SUBD CONT .99
AC 72/14 128/592 247/305
RESTRICTIONS 252/194 UTIL

128 250814-02600000-0050 1,392.61
ERGLE DALE & BELINDA 1.000AC
LOT 5 PARK PLACE SUBD CONT 1
AC 72/14 128/592 247/305
RESTRICTIONS 252/194 UTIL

129 250814-03240000-0040 1,565.78
DWELLEY BRENDA & RONALD MARTIN
10.900AC
LOT 4 DEERWOOD SUBD 131/93
150/27 291/389 2005/1278 2005/
4240


130 260814-00000009-0000 HX 195.62
REMYNATHANNA 2.220AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4
GO E 330 FT TO POB CONT E 304
FT GO N 319 FT GO W 304 FT GO

131 270814-00000003-0015 604.52
WHITLEY RODNEY T & LORRIE A 2.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF N/2 OF SW/4
27-8-14 AS POR THENCE RUN ON E
LN OF N/2 OF SW/4 N 01 DEG W

132 270814-00000007-0000 HX 285.80
BROWNE TERESA SUE 0.550AC
COM AT SE/C OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF
27-8-14 FOR A POB GO ALONG E
LN N 30 FT GO W 154.89 FT GO


133 270814-00000007-0020 HX 1,394.28
CARDENAS ANTHONY S & LINDA K 9.900AC
N/2 OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF SW/4 &
COM AT SE/C OF N/2 OF SW/4
27-8-14 FOR POB THENCE N 30 FT '

134 280814-1931000B-0020 1,397.22
BESHAI MAGED 5.210AC
LOT 2 BLK B UNIT 1 SUWANNEE -
GIL FARMS CONT 5.21 AC '
146/273 160/52 162/245 UTIL

135 280814-1931000C-0010 737.22
DAVIS WILBUR A & DEBORAH R 5.010AC
LOT 1 BLK C UNIT 1 SUWANNEE-
GIL FARMS CONT 5.01 146/277
159/688 160/52 162/245

136 290814-00820000-0200 150.59
MARTIN LORRAINE R 1.020AC
LOT 20 OAK HAMMOCK EST SUBD
80/653 TAX DEED 2002/1446

137 290814-00820000-0210 150.59
MARTIN. LORRAINE. R 1.060AC
LOT 21 OAK HAMMOCK EST SUBD
80/653 32-8-14 TAX DEED 2002/
1443

138 290814-06410000-0070 3,470.09
REED CALVIN J & JULIE A 2.910AC
LOTS 7 & 8 1STADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD 79/366 29-08-14
145/510 UTILITY EASEMENT 173/

139 290814-06410000-0100 782.69
ALLRED KATHLEEN HARRELL 1.150AC
LOT 10 1STADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD OR 79/215& 244
29-8-14 OR 80/449 182/150

140 290814-06410000-0150 482.59
DEVIL'S ELBOW INC NKA 1.160AC
LOT 15 1ST ADDIT SUWANNEE
LANDING SUBD OR 79/215& 238
234/308 236/207

141 300814-00640000-0030 1,284.35
CHAMNESS HARRY M SR & ELLA M 1.110AC
LOT 3 SUWANNEE LANDING SUBD
OR 78/108 127/555-556 EASEMENT
128/623 216/69 259/652 2003/

142 300814-00640000-0320 1,035.44
SCOTT ALLEN CD II 2.100AC
LOT 32 SUWANNEE LANDING SUB
OR 77/530 87/482 90/508 91/75
91/559 99/295 252/109

143 300814-00640000-0400 537.16
SCHUTT JEFFREY P & VICKIE B 1.070AC
LOT 40 SUWANNEE LANDING OR
80/298 116/184 120/101-102
121/632 207/112 249/643 2002/

144 300814-00810000-0010 246.23
WHITELY HAZELTON 0.990AC
LOT 1 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 89/294 111/345
119/576 TAX DEED 2004/4087

145,300814-00810000,0060' ,388'.81
SIMMONDS MELVIN 1.000AC
LOT.6 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 TAX DEED 283/
523 2004/2644 2005/7338 2005/

146 300814-00810000-0070 246.23
THOMSON MARIA C 1.OOOAC
LOT 7 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 TAX DEED 2002/
1449 2004/2645 2005/7338

147 300814-00810000-0100 246.23
SLATER MICHAEL C 0.990AC
LOT 10 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 89/541-542
127/448

148 300814-00810000-0110 246.23
SLATER MICHAEL C 0.990AC
LOT 11 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
19-8-14 80/650 89/541-542
127/448

149 300814-00810000-0120 246.23
SUMM INVESTMENTS INC 1.060AC
LOT 12 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD TAX
DEED 2004/4090

150 300814-00810000-0200 246.23
H W INTERNATIONAL REALTY INC 1.040AC
LOT 20 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
TAX DEED 2004/4096

151 300814-00810000-0240 246.23
SELETOS KATHERINE B 1 .000AC
LOT 24 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
81/668 104/222 127/412
163/347

152 300814-00810000-0250 246.23
SELETOS KATHERINE B 1.000AC
LOT 25 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
81/669 104/222 127/412
163/347

153 300814-00810000-0260 246.23
SELETOS KATHERINEB 1.170AC
LOT 26 RIVERVIEW EST SUBD
81/670 104/222 127/412
163/437


154 320814-00000009-0020 HX 807.3
HOWELL CHARLES R & DOROTHY A
N 1320 FT OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF
32-8-14 LESS N 990 FT CONT 10
AC 109/551 123/536 131/125


155 320814-00830000-0030 234.09
COLLINS IVON 5.120AC
LOT 3 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/483
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/

156 320814-00830000-0040 281.36
COLLINS IVON 6.320AC
LOT 4 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/486
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/

157 320814-00830000-0050 312.29
COLLINS IVON 6.320AC
LOT 5 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/489
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/


158 320814-00830000-0060 281.36
COLLINS IVON 6.320AC
LOT 6 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 TAX DEED 118/492
143/501 183/391 206/442 244/

159 320814-00830000-0220 476.32
BEASEY RICHARD D 11.270AC
LOT 22 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 89/344 91/8 108/
409 112/530 143/229 259/443.

160 320814-00830000-0240 384.31
TEASLEY TINA LEE & 10.220AC
LOT 24 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 89/297 2005/1208

161 320814-00830000-0300 HX 195.62
FRAZIER J E 11.900AC
LOTS 30 & 31 FOREST WOODLANDS
EST 80/643 87/277 93/546-547
135/02 169/373 2001/4891 UTIL

162 320814-00830000-0320 243.16
NRLL EAST LLC 5.350AC
LOT 32 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 89/347 2006/2941

163 320814-00830000-0330 247.50
PRITZ PHILLIP J 5.460AC
LOT 33 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 80/643 89/350

164 320814-00830000-0360 241.19
HEIM RONALD A 5.300AC
LOT 36 FOREST WOODLANDS EST'
SUBD.81/287 129/304 297/29

165 320814-00830000-0450 HX 283.35
CZABAN MARK & JULIA 10.320AC
LOT 45 FOREST WOODLANDS EST
SUBD 83/179 91/228 96/73 124/
480 190/104 206/293 251/615

- 166 320814-00830000-0470 108.14.
BLANCHARD WILLIAM GREGG 1.000AC
E 104 FT LOT 47 FOREST WOOD
LANDS EST SUBD 83/155 89/35
174/190 177/500 206/293 222/

167 320814-00830000-0471 326.86
BLANCHARD WILLIAM 1.890AC
W 196 FT OF LOT 47 FOREST
WOODLAND ESTATES 101/293 286/
740 2007/2826

168 320814-00870000-0260 706.53
COOK SHANNON 1.530AC
LOT 26 CAROLINES COUNTRY SUBD
CONT 1 AC 107/64 152/334 163/
564 164/479 177/700 UTILITY

169 330814-19330000-0010 HX 386.56
DAVIS WILBUR A & DEBORAH R 5.010AC
LOT 1 UNIT 3 SUWANNEE-GIL
FARMS SUBD CONT 5.01 AC 157/
508 UTILITY EASEMENT 165/495


170 330814-19330000-0150 HX 1,263.24
WILLIAMS JEFF & LISA i ) ;.. ,' 5.140AC
LOT 15 UT 3 SUWANNEEUJQIL FAM'i
SUBD CONT 5.14 AC 154/468 1'69/' "
131 175/404 185/385 191/78


171 360814-00000001-0010 1,291.14
NEROVE INC 0.590AC
COM AT NE/C OF 36-8-14 AS PT
OF REF GO ALONG N LN OF SD
SEC N 88 DEG 53 MIN 05 SEC W

172 360814-00000002-0010 1,370.39
ZAHARIEV VALENTIN , 1.360AC
COM AT SE/C OF N/2 OF NE/4
36-8-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF N/2 OF NE/4 S 89 DEG

173 360814-00000002-0020 4,632.34
MARTIN HUGH D & RITA SUE 1.510AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF 36-08-14 GO W 665.04 FT TO
WRLY R/W LN OF STRD 49 GO W

174 360814-00000005-0000 130.00
ZAHARIEV VALENTIN 28.020AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 36-8-14
FOR POB SAID PT BEING A
CONCRETE MONUMENT THENCE RUN

175 360814-00000007-0010 1,410.61
MASSINGILL SARAH JEAN & 0.560AC
COM AT NE/C OF 36-8-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF SEC 36
N 88 DEG W 1039.27 FT TO

176 360814-00000007-0020 738.49
MASSINGILL SARAH JEAN & 0.600AC
COM AT NE/C OF 36-8-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF SEC 36
N 88 DEG W 1039.27 FT TO

177 360814-00000012-0035 956.96
CRACE WILLIAM G 2.230AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 36-8-14 &
RUN ON N LN OF NW/4 N 89 DEG W
866.90 FT THENCE RUN S 225.86

178 360814-00210000-0200 456.02
CREWS ROY & DEANNA 0.210 OAC
LOT 20 BHS 57/263 71/417 78/
174 181/215 UTILITY EASEMENT
190/15 275/180 2003/2816

179 360814-00210000-0330 HX 439.67


4 BROWN THOMAS L & MARY LOU RAIN 0.210AC
10.OOOAC LOT 33 B H S 266/199


180 020914-00000007-0000 HX 3,385.04
MARTIN HUGH D & RITA S 38.780AC
SW/4 OF SW/4 122/611 LESS
1.22 AC RD R/W 142/477 257/157
-165 257/166 UTIL EASEMENT

181 030914-00000006-0000 1,124.08
BRUNGER JAMES M 5.OOOAC
BEG AT SW/C OF SE/4 AS POB GO
N 680.62 FT GO E 640.07 FT GO
S 680.62 FT GO W 640.07 FT TO

182 030914-00000007-0000 HX 960.83
TRENT JAMES E & LINDA GALE 5.OOOAC
E/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4
LESS RD R/W CONT 5 AC M/L
56/502 89/219 228/521 2004/


183 040914-00000006-0030 HX
BARBER MARY LYNN


195.62
5.000AC


W/2 OF COM AT SW/C 4-9-14 AS
POB THENCE RUN ON W LN OF SAID
SEC 4 N 454.94 FT THENCE RUN

184 040914-00000006-0031 HX 3,344.26
SULLIVAN CASEY & KIMBERLY 5.000AC
E/2 OF COM AT SW/C OF 4-9-14
FOR POB THENCE RUN ON W LN OF
SEC 4 N 454.94 FT THENCE RUN S

185 050914-00000004-0000 1,119.65
PEATON KEITH V & DEBORAH 40.000AC
SE/4 OF NW/4 262/429 2002/5975

186 050914-00920000-0010 HX 1,733.14
LEONE LOUIS ROBERT 13.890AC
LOT 1 & E/2 OF LOT 2 OAKS OF
WANNEE SUBD 89/460 97/537-538
98/47 R/WEASEMENT 131/90

187 050914-00920000-0100 HX 339.40
WISNISKI LEO WILLIAM 5.OOOAC
LOT 10 OAKS OF WANNEE UNREC
SUBD CONT 5 AC 89/464 92/319
97/532-533 112/03 183/119 275/

188 070914-00220000-0010 HX 1,626.97
RUPP MARY ELIZABETH 2.750AC
BEG AT NE COR OF GOV LOT 1 GO
S 150 FT TO MARKER THEN GO W
60 FT TO POB GO W 500 FT M/L

189 070914-00980000-0050 137.45
MITCHELL JERALD F & PEGGY B 0.520AC
LOT 5 TURKEY POINT SUBD 230/
433 245/270 245/272 286/168
286/174

190 080914-00000002-0011 312.84
MARTIN L W WEEKS ESTATE 1.300AC
E 100 FT OF NW/4 OF NW/4 LYING
S OF SW 10 ST CONT 1.3 AC 17/
286 107/316 & 443 230/433 t38/


191 080914-00000002-0030 173.04
TORRES JEOVANY & DIEGO TORRES
COM AT SE/C 8-9-14 FOR POB
THENCE RUN ALG THE S LN OF .
SE/4 OF SAID SEC 8 S 89 DEG W


68.160AC


192 080914-00000004-0000 HX 412.45
LORD TINA P 4.000AC
BEG AT SW COR OF SE/4 GO N 89
DEG 38 MIN 55 SEC E 66 FT TO
PT GO N 0 DEG 36 MIN 30 SEC W

193 080914-00000008-0010 HX 195.62
RAIN MARY LOU 1.200AC
COM AT SE/C OF 8-9-14 GO W
ALONG CO GRADE 2648.27 FT GO
N 32.32 FT GO N R/W OF SAID

194 080914-0023000A-0290 HX 195.62
HAZELWOOD TAMMY DIANE 0.300AC
LOTS 29 & 30 BLK A WANNEE ON
SUWANNEE 80/117 119/485
155/589 159/263 161/311 229/26

195 080914-0023000A-0370 126.20
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS INC 0.150AC
vi , LOT 37 BLK A WANNEE 180/494
S ' 4/84 ''. '.'. ''. . . .""" ": .


196 080914-0023000B-0180 126.20
CARTER BETTY ANNE & 0.150AC
LOT 18 BLK B WANNEE 4/84 2004/
2864 2005/7396

197 080914-0023000B-0190 763.25
CARTER BET.TY ANNE & 0.260AC
LOT 19 & 20 BLK B WANNEE 216/
72 4/84 TAX DEED 2002/1199
2002/1311 2003/1690 2005/7396

198 080914-0023000B-0210 HX 627.21
WRIGHT BRENDA 0.380AC
LOTS 21 & 22 BLK B WANNEE 65/
144 233/237 233/239 UTIL EASE-
MENT 243/475 4/84 2001/2606

199 080914-0023000C-0150 126.20
RIVAS BARBARA MONROE 0.150AC
LOT 15 BLK C WANNEE 4/84 2003/
418 2003/419

200 080914-0023000C-0280 126.20
KEENE STEVEN EDWARD 0.150AC
LOT 28 BLK C WANNEE 51'/97 87/
483 180/494 213/171 4/84

201 080914-0023000D-0070 126.20
MIDYETTE LILLIE R 0.150AC
LOT 7 BLK D WANNEE 4/84

202 080914-0023000D-0260 219.99
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.300AC
LOTS 26 & 27 BLK D WANNEE 4/84
TAX DEED 2004/4347

203 080914-0023000E-0070 126.20
HERTILIEN JUSTINE & . 0.150AC
LOT 7 BLK E WANNEE 50/126
4/84 2004/6558 2005/645

204 080914-0023000E-0110 126.20
EDWARDS BRANON A OR 0.150AC
LOT 11 BLK E WANNEE 4/84 TAX
DEED 2005/3243 2005/5019

205 080914-0023000E-0160 HX 360.24
STANGER JOHN N 0.300AC
LOTS 16 & 17 BLK E WANNEE 49/
447 4/84 2004/6550 2005/7654
UTIL EASEMENT 2006/5543 2007/


206 080914-0023000E-0240 407.56
GOODMAN MARY ROBERTA ESTATE 0.560,
LOTS 24 25 40 41 BLK E WANNEE
108/390 4/84

207 080914-0023000H-0010 2,383.71
BROWN WILLIAM PERRY 0.430AC
LOT 1 BLK H WANNEE 7-9-14 OR
49/683 98/23 110/301 112/ 366
118/664-665 259/265 4/84 2002/

208 080914-00230001-0030 3,484.14
SOKOLEWICZ EUGENIUSZ 0.260AC
LOT 3 BLK I WANNEE 7-9-14
102/43 112/400 UTLY EASEMT
163/502 4/84

209 080914-01010000-0030 HX 444.47
GAVAN JEFFERY G 0.400AC
LOT 3'LUMBER CAMP SPRINGS
SUBD CONT .40 AC 114/577
170/722 229/633 UTIL EASEMENT


210 080914-01320000-0040 HX 195.62
BROGDON LINDA 15.OOOAC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF 8-9-14
AND RUN ON E LINE OF SAID
NE/4 N 380.50 FT TO POB

211 080914-01370000-0070 782.69
MCCOY JAMES CLINTON JR & 5.OOOAC
LOT 7 WANNEE HIGHLANDS SUBD
133/126 133/621 138/301 138/
661 138/665 140/501 UTIL

212 080914-02030000-0010 3,298.04
RODEN CHARLES A SR & JANIE M 5.240AC
LOT 1 SHADY OAK ESTATES SUBD
CONT 5.24 AC 153/697 153/697
166/256 166/257 183/670 UTIL

213 080914-03750000-0020 . 3,550.26
BUGG MICHAEL W 34.100AC
TRACT 2 MARTIN SURVEY 1995
UNREC DESC IN METES & BDS
CONT 34.10 AC 44/293 106/395

214 080914-03750000-0060 2,347.68
BUGG MICHAEL W 18.990AC
TRACT 6 MARTIN SURVEY 1995
UNREC LYING N" OF SW 17 ST
DESC IN METES & BDS CONT 18.99

215 080914-03750000-0080 3,044:77
LWM INC 29.200AC
TRACT 8 MARTIN SURVEY 1995
UNLREC LYING S OF SW 17 ST
7-9-14 DESC IN METES & BDS

216 090914-02320000-0030 829.59
SAPIENZA-BOLDUE TERI 5.000AC
LOT 3 SUN SPRINGS EST CONT 5
AC 45/182 105/164-165 129/535
172/619 173/358 180/53

217 110914-00000004-0000 HX 334.42
BUNKLEY PAULA NETTLES 10.000AC
SE/4 OF NE/4 OF SW/4 155/529
221/411 281/118 284/283 284/
285 284/287 284/289

218 110914-00000004-0030 854.62
BUNKLEY PAULA N 10.000AC
NW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF 11-9-
14 CONT 10 AC 131/38

219 110914-00000004-0050 HX 630.72
ORKNEY JACKSON & CHRISTINE K 5.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4 OF
11-9-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON
W LN OF NW/4 N 20 FT TO POB

220 110914-00000004-0060 64.30 :
BUNKLEY PAULA NETTLES 10.000AC
NE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 221/411
281/118 284/287

221 120914-00000010-0000 251.68
MARTIN HUGH & RITA 66.800AC
N/2 OF SE/4 LESS 2 A IN SE
COR & LESS RD R/W LESS 10 AC
2002/5893 2005/7464-7466 2006/
'-I-,c. I t ,.' 1 I, , . I
222 120914-00000011i-0030-HX ,' 775.83 . *' ,
VERNON HORACE L & MARLENA V 8.000AC-'
COM AT SE/C OF 12-9-14 GO ON-
S LN W 220.09 FT TO POB CONT
W 837.79 FT GO N 353.27 FT GO

223 120914-00000011-0035 HX 1,070.24
SANDLIN CHRIS W & BRANDY 2.000AC
COMAT SE/C OF 12-9-14 & RUN
ON S LN OF SEC 12 S 89 DEG W
220.09 FT TO POB THENCE CONT S

224 130914-00000002-0025 HX - 1,324.81
RUDD RONALD W JR 14.820AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF NW/4
13-9-14 FOR POR THENCE RUNALG
W LN OF NE/4 OF NW/4 S 18 FT

225 130914-00000007-0030 HX 195.62
HURLEY WILLIAM T JR & ROBIN L 1.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF E/2 OF NW/4 OF
NW/4 OF 13-9-14 AS POB GO E
208.72 FT GO S 208.72 FT GO W

226 140914-00000003-0010 HX 2,067.22
TRAVIESO RAUL R 5.000AC
W/2 OF NW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4
124/437 237/51 UTIL EASEMENT
250/620 252/486 2003/2814

227 140914-00000005-0020 HX 486.28
DAY KEITH D & BONNIE L 10.OOOAC
NE/4 OF NE/4 OF NW/4 OF SEC
14-9-14 10 AC 123/165
EASEMENT 128/622 251/599 2001/

228 140914-00000008-0030 HX 195.62 ;
BASS LINDA 2.360AC
S 3/4 OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4
LESS S 40 FT FOR RD & LESS S
620 FT OF W 330 FT 57/490 107/ .


229 150914-00000003-0010 81.29
WILKERSON DARRYL W & SHELIAA
TRACT 5 DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
NW/4 FOR POB THENCE RUN ON
E LN OF NW/4 N 490.73 FT


14.890AC.


230 150914-00000006-0020 HX 257.69
RIVERS RICHARD L & MICHELE D 10.450AC
BEGIN AT SE/C OF NW/4 OF SE/4
THENCE RUN S 89 DEG W ALG S
LN THEREOF 690.09 FT THENCE

231 150914-00000008-0000 HX 1,497.20
AC TRAVIS ALLEN H 7.140AC
E/2 OF BEG AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF
SE/4 OF 15-9-14 & RUN N 40 FT
TO N R/W LN OF FL ST RD 232 &

232 160914-00000001-0000 351.17
JENKINS MITTIE ILA ETAL 36.500AC
NE/4 OF NE/4 LESS RD R/W
72/463 LESS 1 AC TO MCCOY
134/ 348 145/635 LESS 1 AC TO

233 160914-00000003-0000 HX 968.18
JENKINS MITTIE ILA 140.860AC
N/2 OF NW/4 & W/2 OF NE/4
55/670 LESS 3.14 AC RD R/W
& LESS 10 AC TO JENKINS 145/

234 160914-00000003-0030 HX 333.54
JENKINS LEAH M 4.850AC
COM AT NW/C OF 16-9-14 FOR
POR & RUN ALG W LN OF SAID


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SEC 16 S 40 FT TO S R/W LN OF

235 160914-00000003-0040 HX 868.61
ROBERTS RANDALL ORLANDO JR & 1.000O
COM AT SW/C OF NE/4 OF 16-9-14
FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF
NE/4 E 210 FT THENCE RUN N


236 160914-00000004-0020 HX 919.88
NASH RICHARD & REBECCA 2.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4 OF
16-9-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON
S LN OF SAID SEC 16 N 89 DEG E

237 170914-00000001-0020 639.34
CARTER BETTY ANNE 0.460AC
COM AT SW/C OF NE/4 17-9-14
FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF
NE/4 N 312.63 FT TO POB

238 170914-00000001-0031 264.01
MARTIN L W WEEKS ESTATE 1.120AC
PART OF GOVT LOT I DESC AS BEG
SE/C LOT 9 SUN SPRINGS SUBD
UT 2 (0242) GO SE 90 FT M/L GO

239 170914-00000001-0032 97.14
MARTIN L W WEEKS ESTATE 1.380AC
PART OF GOVT LOT 1 DESC AS BEG
SE/C OF LOT 6 BLK A SUN SPGS
SUBD (0024) GO E 199.39 FT GO


240 170914-00000001-0033 144.95
CARTER BETTY ANNE 1.140AC
COM AT SW/C OF NE/4 OF SEC GO
TO CENTER OF CO GRADE THENCE
GO N 40 FT TO POB CONT N 250

241 170914-00000001-0040 649.17
LWM INC 2.940AC
AS A PT OF REF COM AT NE/C OF
GOVT LOT 1 GO S 985.28 FTAS
POB GO W 206.4 FT GO N 22 DEG

242 170914-00000001-0050 170.89
MITCHELL JERALD F & PEGGY B 1.070AC
COM AT SW/C OF LOT 21 SUN
SPGS SUBD 1STADDIT UT 2 AS
POT GO N 08 DEG W 249.83 FT

243 170914-00000011-0010 89.92
HOLDER JOSEPH A & KATHRYN 10.OOOAC
COM AT SW/C OF NE/4 GO E 266
FT GO N 358.14 FT TO POB GO N
318.14FT E 1369.21 FT GO S

244 170914-02420000-0050 355.05
MITCHELL BUCK & PEGGY 0.200AC
LOT 5 UNIT 2 1 ST ADDIT SUN
SPGS SUBD 72/114 UTIL EASEMENT
228/194 237/416

245 170914-02420000-0200 79.31
MITCHELL JERALD F & PEGGY B 0.110AC
LOT 20 UNIT 2 1ST ADDIT SUN
SPGS SUBD UTILITY EASEMENT
135/159 149/324 166/237 175/

246 170914-02420000-0210 79.31
MITCHELL JERALD F & PEGGY B 0.120AC
LOT 21 UNIT 2 1STADDIT SUN
SPGS SUBD UTILITY'EASEMENT""" ' ' "
13'/159 149/324'fU6/23l175/' TAI n n '

247 180914-00250000-0370 642.02
CAMPEN N BRADLEY 0.460AC
LOT 37 UNIT 1 SUWANNEE ROVERA
ESTATES UNREC SUBD 100/387
2007/4111 2007/4112

248 180914-00250000-0400 HX 445.50
OSTEEN CAROLYN S 0.490AC
LOT 40 SUW ROVERA HTS SUBD LG
METES & BDS DESC 48/136
117/60 293/95

249 210914-00000001-0010 HX 2,925.84
DENNIS JAMES N & SARAH J 38.170AC
SE/4 OF NE/4 118/6 248/547
254/411 291/589 2000/3921
2000/3922

250 210914-00000003-0030 518.76
OVERSTREET WAYNE M & 8.700AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 GO ON E
LN OF SW/4 S 875.95 FT GO W
1733.97 FT TO POB CONT W

251 210914-00000004-0020 1,410.45
CARTER BETTY ANNE 30.000AC
BEG AT SE/C OF SE/4 GO W
64.90 FT TO CM GO N 1054.48
FT TO CM & POB FROM POB GO W

252 230914-00000005-0000 HX 639.22
JONES JAMIE & JARROD DEON 14.550AC
S/2 OF E 3/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
LESS E 30 FT THEREOF LESS RD
EASEMENTS 110/451 113/8 & 240

253 230914-00000005-0023 1,403.10
HERNANDEZ PEDRO & JESSICA 5.010AC
S/2 LOT 3 ANDREW WOODS UNREC
SUBD DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
SE/4 OF SW/4 23-9-14 FOR POR

254 230914-00000005-0026 643.24
HERNANDEZ PEDRO & JESSICA 5.010AC
N/2 LOT 3 ANDREW WOODS UNREC
SUBD DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
SE/4 OF SW/4 23-9-14 FOR POR

255 240914-00000001-0010 HX 675.77
MARTIN SMITTY A 10.000AC
NE/4 OF NW/4 OF NE/4 LESS RD
R/W 90/509 92/366 103/258-261
106/620 107/687-690 108/142-

256 240914-00000011-0010 HX 4,800.41
CRAWFORD DOUGLAS W & 26.460AC
PRCL 2 DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
24-9-14 FOR POR & RUN S 88 DEG
W ALG S LN OF SE/4 OF SAID SEC

257 260914-00000004-0010 1,055.80
WALLS JOSEPH J JR & ELAINE C 10.000AC
W/2 OF W/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4
85/635 205/123 205/124
213/209 UTIL EASEMENT 222/693

258 260914-03000000-0030 61.78
TZOROS DIMITRIOS & 8.950AC
LOT 3 COUNTRY ACRES SUBD 85/
635 205/123 205/124 213/209
242/500 UTIL EASEMENT 257/241


ROBERTS DAVID E & WANDA L 9.540AC
LOT 4 COUNTRY ACRES SUBD 85/
635 205/123 205/124 213/209
.C 242/500 UTIL EASEMENT 257/241

260 270914-00690000-0060 HX 1,946.37
LAW JOEY B 2.060AC
LOTS 6A & 6B CONT 2.06 AC FOX
PATCH UNREC SUBD DESC IN MTS
& BDS DESC 66/32 75/674 2002/


261 270914-03250000-0030 1,204.72
BREAKTHRU PROPERTIES INC 5.OOOAC
LOT 3 EASLEY PLACE 281/594
218/595 2004/5332 2004/5333
2005/2746

262 280914-01920000-0040 HX 321.29
BENNETT MARK S & MICHELE D 5.520AC
LOT 4 SUWANNEE RIVER RANCH
ESTATES SUBD CONT 5.25 AC
162/259 163/598 UTLY EASEMT

263 280914-01920000-0100 HX 298.18
MOZIER LORA 5.390AC
LOT 10 SUWANNEE RIVER RANCH
ESTATES SUBD CONT 5.39 AC
151/142 157/107 UTILITY EASE-

264 280914-01920000-0160 2,805.07
FLETCHER ANGEL L & 5.440AC
LOT 16 SUWANNEE RIVER RANCH
ESTATES SUBD CONT 5.44 AC
151/140 223/143 290/558 291/

265 290914-00000009-0000 HX 295.13
TECKENBROCK L DAVID 1.500AC
COM AT SE COR OF NW/4 GO W
200 FT N 40 FT TO N R/W LN OF
SR 344 FOR POB THEN GO N 435

266 290914-00000013-0000 438.78
STICKLES SHERMAN K & JO ANNE H 1.000AC
COM AT SE COR OF S/2 OF NW/ 4
GO N TO N R/W LN OF ST RD 344
CONT N 890 FT TO POB GO W 300

267 290914-00000014-0000 1,171.86
STICKLES SHERMAN KEITH & 3.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NW/4 OF
29-9-14 GO N 475 FT TO POB GO
W 300 FT GO N 435 FT GO E 300


268 290914-00000019-0000 HX 195.62
LANGFORD JOE WALTER & 1.000AC
COM AT A PT WHERE THE S BDRY'
R/W LN OF ST RD S-344 INTER-
SECTS WITH E BDRY LN OF NE/4

269 30091,4-00880000-0010 46.49
HART DOROTHY - 1.000AC
LOT 1 HART SPRINGS ESTATES
96/233 125/177 NO SEPTIC
PERMIT

270 300914-08810000-0110 125.78
STOKES JOHNNY L 5.530AC
LOT 11 HART SPRINGS ESTATES
1 ST ADDITION SUBD 96/668 176/
83 199/532 200/287 213/588

271 330914-00000001-0010 HX 2,437.94
DURST JOHNLT& PATRICIA T. 11.300AC .-
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF 33-9-14
FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF
SE/4 S 89 DEG W 46.02 FT TO

272 330914-00000001-0013 HX 742.07
WILKERSON ROBERT C & BRENDAA 5.480AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OF
33-9-14 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF NE/4 OF SE/4 S 571.75

273 330914-00000002-0000 10,557.37
JOHNSON MAC C 154.500AC
NW/4 LESS RD R/W 118/599
125/27 161/473,185/371 2005/
7380 2006/2539

274 340914-00000006-0010 HX 1,484.54
MEAHL CHARLES L 73.430AC
S/2 OF SW/4 LESS 1.57 AC TO
CREECH 240/191 258/630 258/632
LESS 5 AC TO RODRIGUEZ 271/458

275 340914-00000006-0035 HX 244.02
SAPP MICHAEL 2.900AC
S 100 FT OF COM AT SW/C OF
34-9-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF SEC 34 N 1353.57 FT

276 340914-01930000-0280 970.28
HOLLAND CHARLES W JR & 10.OOOAC
TRACT 28 SUW RIV RANCH EST
DESC IN METES & BDS CONT 10
AC 200/388 2000/4558

277 350914-00000002-0010 HX 1,809.04
POWERS RONNIE L & BOBBI S 15.610 OAC
SE/4 OF NW/4 LESS 19.39 AC TO
STEPHENS 75/675 167/62
UTILITY EASEMENT 173/439

278 350914-00000002-0020 HX 696.11
EMERSON SANDRA R 5.000AC
COM AT CENTER OF 35-09-14
THENCE RUN S 89 DEG W 664.31
FT TO POB FROM SAID POB CONT S

279 350914-02400000-0030 HX 1,138.46
EWART ALLAN E & P ELAINE EWART 5.OOOAC
LOT 3 STRATFORD RUN SUBD 113/
198 122/64 133/272-273 251/486
263/151 273/473 UTIL EASEMENT

280 360914-00000006-0050 63.72
PARRISH TERRY D & RONDAA 9.540AC
COM AT SE/C OF 36-9-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ON S LN OF SEC 36
S 89 DEG W 671.88 FT TO POB

281 360914-00600000-0150 3,613.41
GOULD PEGEEN 5.000AC
LOT 15 KONSULT SUBD DESC IN
METES & BDS CONT 5 ACRES 209/
183 210/69 254/511 UTIL EASE-

282 360914-02150000-0040 HX 1,693.90
SANCHEZ HENRY J III & PAMELA J 5.000AC
LOT 4 THE MEADOWLANDS SUBD
138/446 145/244 158/141 176/
629 258/644 269/407 2000/2991

283 021014-00000004-0020 1,378.06
FLORIDA MELONS INC 9.570AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF SW/4
2-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG


A


292 101014-00000006-0011 80.10
WILEY MICHAEL E & MAUREEN L 14.530AC
COMBAT NE/C OF SW/4 OF 10-10-
14 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON N LN
OF SW/4 S 89 DEG W 40 FT TO W

293 101014-00000006-0020 1,002.57
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G 1.OOOAC
COM AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
GO N 89 DEG E ALONG N LN OF
SEC 50.73 FT TO POB POB ON

294 121014-00000002-0030 HX 870.79
MOWER KEITH C & VIRGINIA J 1.320AC
COM AT NE/C OF W/2 OF NW/4 OF
12-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG E LN OF W/2 OF NW/4 S 461


295 141014-00000002-0040 6,614.47
BLACK WATER CREEK LLC 3.120AC
COM AT SW/OF'NW/4OF SW/4 OF '
14-10-14 FOR POBTHENOE:RUN ' " " '
ALG S LN OF NW/4'Y WA,/4 N89 ' rrr

296 151014-00000002-0014 HX 1,851.45
REXROAT TARA SHEA 5.000AC
COM AT NE/C 9F NW/4 OF NW/4
15-10-14 THENCE RUN ALG N LN
OF NW/4 OF NW/4 S 89 DEG W ,

297 151014-00000004-0010 HX 509.37
WILEY AARON M 1.11OAC
COM AT SE/C OF NW/4 & GO ON S
LN OF NW/4 W 49.76 FT TO W
R/W LN OF ST RD S-334 CON ON

298 151014-00000006-0010 HX 1,106.02
LAIRSON ALBERT 5.490AC
COMAT SW/C OF SE/4 15-10-14
FOR POB THENCE RUN ON W LN OF
SE/4 N 416.19 FT THENCE RUN N

299 161014-00000001-0040 HX 1,829.09
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G & LISA F 9.490AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF 16-10-14 FOR POR THENCE ,
RUN ALG E LN OF SAID SE/4 OF

300 161014-00000007-0010 4,589.16
MB & CW INC & JOHNSON & SON 53.830AC
COM AT NE/C OF 16-10-14 GO ON
N LN OF SEC W 50 FT TOWR/W
LN OF CO RD C-341 GO ALONG


301 161014-00000009-0010 32.42
MCDOUGAL NATHAN G & LISA F 3.000AC
COM AT W/4 SEC CORNER OF
16-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ON W LN OF SAID SEC 16 N

302 161014-00000010-0000 1,907.95
PARSLOW CAROLYN & 1.900AC
S 165 FTOF SW/4 OF NW/4'
45/12 LESS RD R/W 110/397
LESS THE EAST 3 ACRES TO

303 161014-00000013-0010 808.71
MARTIN JAMES D & 5.650AC
W/2 OF N/2 OF COM AT SW/C OF
16-10-14 GO E 660 FT TO POB
GO E 399.96 FT GO N 2361.48

304 161014-00000013-0020 50.20
GAMBLE JESSYCA ELIZABETH 5.420AC
COM AT SW/C 16-10-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUNALG S LN OF SEC 16
N 89 DEG E 662.05 FT THENCE N

305 161014-00000014-0000 HX ,1,120.30
ROGERS VANCE ALLEN 6.400AC
COM AT NE COR OF SW/4 GO W
17.96 CHS TO POB FROM POB GO
S TO N R/W LN OF ACL R/R GO

306 161014-00000015-0011 HX 269.49
RIDGEWAY DIANE & M G RIDGEWAY 1.000A,
S 225 FT OF FOLLOWING DESC
PROP FOR POR COM AT SE/C OF
SW/4 OF 16-10-14 THENCE GO S

307 161014-00000016-0000 HX 643.89
SNEDEKER ALLISON 0.960AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF
16-10-14 GO S 279.71 FT TO PT
GO E 1070.20 FT TO PT GO S

308 161014-00000018-0000 HX 1,043.28


W LN OF SW/4 OF SW/4 S 325.06

284 021014-00000004-0026 48.84
KAZOO FARMS LLC 5.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF SW/4
2-10-14 FOR POB THENCE RUNALG
W LN OF SW/4 OF SW/4 S 325.06

285 041014-00000001-0025 867.09
MATTHEWS STEVEN E JR 5.000AC
E/2 OF NW/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4
TOGETHER W/EASEMENT 204/95
277/639 R/W 284/40 2005/5727

286 041014-00000009-0030 HX 715.95
HUTCHINSON STANLEY R & KATHY 19.130AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF SW/4
OF 4-10-14 AS POB GO W 954.06
FT GO S 1329.51 FT GO E

287 041014-02380000-0010 HX 1,208.00
GAGNE ROBERT J & MARTHA E 2.500AC
LOT 1 C-232 RANCHETTES CONT
2.5 AC 117/413 207/247
UTIL EASEMENT 210/235 2005/

288 071014-01100000-0100 HX 1,492.35
BRETON TROY & ANGELA E 15.000AC
LOT 10 11 & 12 PINES OF OTTER
SPRINGS CONT 15 ACRES TOTAL
126/88 UTILITY EASEMENT 139/

289 071014-01100000-0130 829.59
WILLIAMS JEFFREY BRYAN 5.000AC
LOT 13 PINES OF OTTER SPRINGS
SUBD CONT 5 AC 128/278 150/398
220/423 2004/3611,

290 071014-01100000-0270 HX 1,921.19
WOOD SAMUEL D & TONI A 5.000AC
LOT 27 PINES OF OTTER SPRINGS
CONT 5 AC 125/100 150/398 268/
538 268/539 294/306 294/307

291 081014-00000006-0000 1,073.23
EASTERLY IVAN & IRIS L 5.000AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF NW/4 OF NE/4
24/589 263/194 263/195 263/197
264/591 2000/4556


318 171014-00000023-0010 1,828.87
CUMMINGS MARGARETH & GARY
COM AT SW/C'OF NW/4 OF SW/4
* 17-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN"
ALG W LN OF SAID NW/4 OF SW/4


319 181014-00000004-0000 HX 58.60
STICKLES ROBERT AII 0.850AC
COM AT NE COR OF S/2 OF 'GOVT
LOT I GO N 89 DEG 46 MIN 07
SEC W 174.66 FT TO RR SPIKE

320 181014-00000007-0010 HX 1,002.95
WILLIAMS PA0UMM & T RACY M' ' 0.950AC
COM AT A PT OF INTERSECTION OF
WLNOF GOVTLT 11 18-10-14 &
N BDRY LN OF FL DEPT OF

321 181014-00000009-0000 HX 195.62
HENDRICKS FRANKLIN D & 0.410AC
BEG AT NE COR OF GOVT LOT 11
18-10-14 & RUN S 50 FT FOR
POB THENCE RUN W 92 FT S 195

; 322 181014-00000010-0000 57.17
DAVISLV V 0.110AC
BEG AT NE COR OF GOVT LOT 11
18-10-14 FOR POB THENCE RUN S
50 FT W 92 FT N 50 FT E 92 FT

323 181014-00000014-0000 8,922.72
KELLNER KIRSHNER & LASKY 132.740AC
GOVT LOT 8 & 9 OR SW/4 LESS
R/W 109/622 & LESS 16.26 AC
TO FL POWER 198/305 198/307

324 181014-00000017-0000 HX 335.48
SULLIVAN MIKE 1.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4
GO S ALONG E SEC LN DIVIDE
SEC 17 & 18 DIST OF 455 FT


325 181014-00000017-0010 1,538.09
CUMMINGS MARGARETH & GARY
COM AT SE/C OF N/2 OF GOVT LOT
11 18-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG E LN OF N/2 OF GOVT LT 11


326 181014-00000022-0010 HX 195.62
WILLIAMS LEWIS J 2.200AC
TRACT 1 DESC AS COM AT NE/C
OF GOVT LOT 10 OF 18-10-14 AS
POB GO W 338.60 FT GO S

327 181014-00000022-0020 482.20
WILLIAMS LEWIS J 2.200AC
TRACT 2 DESC AS COM AT NE/C
OF GOVT LOT 10 IN 18-10-14
FOR APT OF REF GO W 338.60

328 181014-00260001-0010 415.05
KIRBY DARYL S 1.320AC
LOTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 & 8 BLK 1
WEST & JOHNSON ADDIT 8/143
2004/6479-6483 2004/6484 2005/

329 181014-00260004-0060 175.91
KIRBY DARYL S 0.360AC
LOTS 6 7 & 8 BLK 4 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 8/143 2004/
6479-6483 2004/6484 2005/2472

330 181014-00260004-0110"HX 358.46
LONIC BENJAMIN J 0.370AC
LOTS 11 12 & 13 BLK 4 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 53/434 & 435
AC 107/81 141/148 187/323 262/212

331 181014-00260007-0170 175.91
DICKMEYER PAULA JEAN 0.380AC
LOTS 17 18 19 BLK 7 WEST AND
JOHNSON SUBD OR 68 PG 642
152/407 279/239 '

332 181014-00260008-0010 175.91
LINDSEY JONI & CHARLENE LEASOR 0.280AC
LOTS 1 2 & 3 BLK 8 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT TAX DEED 24/148


3.OOOAC


OR 78/74 90/439 105/153 127/

333 181014-00260009-0020 908.77
LINDSEY JONI 0.380AC
LOTS 2 25 & 26 BLK 9 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 86/260 191/57
191/59 270/595-605 288/523


COYER MARCILE 7.740AC
COM AT SW/C OF SEC 16 AS
POREF GO N 89 DEG 42 MIN 42
SEC E 41.90 FT TO PT ON ERLY

309 161014-00000018-0020 250.28
CHAPMAN MADELINE C . 1.010AC
COM AT SW/C 16-10-14 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF SEC 16
N 89 DEG E 59.09 FT TO E R/W

310 161014-00000020-0000 1,599.16
KLAUS JOHN K & VICTORIA L 6.800AC
COM AT SW COR OF W/2 OF SW/ 4
GO N 89 DEG 42 MIN 42 SEC E
662.05 FT GO N 0 DEG 01 MIN

311 161014-00000029-0000 237.23
HOLDER ISABELLE 0.910AC
BEG ON S R/W LN OF ACL RR
WHERE SAID LINE INTERSECTS
WITH SECTIONS 16 & 17-10-14

312 161014-00000030-0000 679.90
WARD JULIE A 0.590AC
BEG ON S R/W LN OF SCL RR
FORMERLY ACL RR WHERE SEC 16
& 17-10-14 INTERSECTS GO S

313 161014-00000037-0000 HX 261.65
WEEKS VIRGINIA LEE . 1.000AC
BEG AT PT 70 YDS N OF ACL RR
GO E 100 FT GO S 70 FT W 100
FT & N 70 FT TO POB IN NW COR

314 171014-00000001-0011 HX 2,077.79
CRAFT ANTHONY W & LESLIE C 1.650AC
N 120 FT OF W 600 FT OF SW/4
OF NW/4 60/265 91/286 2005/
4590

315 171014-00000010-0000 HX 195.62
ERWIN JANE B & NANCY B ERWIN 1.060AC
PARCEL LYING WRLY OF SCL R/W
DESC AS COM SW/C OF SEC GO N
130.9 FT TO POB CONT N 146.89

316 171014-00000012-0000 712.09
LEE WILLIAM 0 1 .000AC
COM AT NW COR OF NE/4 OF SE
/4 AS POB GO S 73 YDS TO N
R/W OF ACL RR GO E 70 YDS GO

317 171014-00000015-0010 HX 195.62
COLSON KIMBERLY S MOONEY 1.000AC
W 1 AC OF 5 AC ON WEST END OF .
PART OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF
17-10-14 LYING & BEING N OF


0.330AC





0.330AC.





0.380AC


337 181014-00260011-0140 128.07
SWEARINGEN JOHN C & SHELLEY 0.250AC
LOTS 14 15 BLK 11 WEST&
JOHNSON ADDIT 2005/4309 �

338 181014-00260012-0030 128.07
REUTER MARK PHILLIP 0.250AC
LOTS 3 &4 BLK 12 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 134/291 156/107

339 181014-00260012-0120 223.74
REUTER MARK PHILLIP 0.500AC
LOTS 12-13-14-15 BLK 12 WEST
& JOHNSON ADDIT 134/291
156/107

340 181014-00260012-0230 128.07
REUTER MARK PHILLIP 0.250AC
LOTS 23-24 BLK 12 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 133/187

341 181014-00260013-0140 128.07
PALACIOS FRANK A & ANA L 0.240AC
LOTS 14 & 15 BLK 13 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 2004/6479
-6483 20.04/6484 2005/2472

342 181014-00260013-0210 80.25
REHMAN IMRAN 0:110AC
LOT 21 BLK 13 WEST & JOHNSON
ADDITION 5/573 8/143 2004/6479
-6483 2004/6484 2005/2472


343 181014-00270002-0010 HX 368.14
4.560AC ROLLISON PAULA 0.720AC
LOTS 1-13 INCLUSIVE BLK 2 SUW
RIV SUBD 43/490 49/475
143/468 201/123 UTIL EASEMENT


344 181014-00270006-0180 513.12
HARVEY GOLDEN V 0.240AC
LOTS 18 19 22 & 23 BLK 6 SUW
RIVER SUBD OR 49/383 56/251-
252 75/667 99/324-325

345 181014-00270008-0250 ' 144 95 '""
EARLYWINE DONALD R & CYNfrTfA:'L .360AC'
LOTS 25 28 29 30 31 & 32 BLK
8 SUW RIVER SUBD 117/297-300
187/200 198/178 236/212

346 181014-00270009-0010 107.45
THOMAS RUTH 0.240AC
LOTS 1 2 3 4 BLK 9 SUW RIV
SUBD OR 43/490 & 75/166'
101/199 111/647 208/12 251/45

347 181014-00270009-0110 88.68
LINDSEY JONI 0.180AC
LOTS 11 14 15 BLK 9 SUW RIV
SUBD TAX DEED 88/395 191/51
270/595 288/523 2005/1746

348 181014-00270009-0160 126.20
KANE DOROTHY H & THOMAS L AS 0.300AC
LOTS 16 17 20 21 24 BLK'9 SUW
RIVER SUBD 58/65 69/08 TAX
DEED 183/490 UTILITY EASEMENT

349 181014-00270009-0180 HX 195.62
FULLER PAUL & MARY 0.360AC
LOTS 18 19 22 23 26 & 27 BLK
9 SUW RIVER SUBD 82/215
70/460 & 461 136/589 150/175

350 181014-00270010-0010 725.23
WALDRON J LUTHER & B G 0.120AC
LOTS 1 & 4 BLK 10 SUW RIVER
SUBD 72/587 91/525 94/250
128/370

351 181014-00270011-0020 69.93
GUNSTEAD DAVID L O.120AC
LOTS 2 3 BLK 11 SUW RIVER
SUBD OR 44/247 113/407

352 181014-00270011-0060 69.93
GUNSTEAD DAVID L 0.120AC
LOTS 6 & 7 BLK 11 SUW RIVER
SUBD 113/409

353 181014-00270012-0260 107.45
LOUIS MONIQUE PIERRE 0.280AC
LOTS 26 27 30 & 31 BLK 12 SUW
RIVER SUBD 82/480 86/244 89/
395-396 91/234 92/582 93/576

354 181014-00270014-0010 HX 195.62
SPEARMAN ANTHONY MICHAEL 0.240AC
LOTS 1 4 5 & 8 BLK 14 SUW RIV
SUBD 72/46 72/48 91/512 104/
195-197 117/203 & 410 172/16

355 181014-00270017-0010 364.76
LAMB FRED & AMY 1.140AC
LOTS 1-17 20 & 21 BLK 17 SUW
RIV SUBD 93/53 122/314-315
145/205 UTIL EASEMENT 148/369

356 181014-00270017-0240 HX 504.69
HUFFMAN JAMES E 0.300AC
LOTS 24 25 28 29 & 32 BLK 17
SUW RIVER SUBD 93/53 209/43
244/506 276/635 2007/4686

357 181014-00270019-0080 359.32
CAMPBELL STANLEY R & DONNA 0.180AC
LOTS 8 9 12 BLK 19 SUW RIV
SUBD 96/163-164 98/610

358 181014-00270021-0020 HX 369.62


259 260914-03000000-0040


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334 181014-00260009-0030 315.19
LINDSEY JONI & CHARLENE LEASOR
LOTS 3 4 & N/2 OF LOT 5 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 53/291 191/55
270/595 288/523 2005/1746.

335 181014-00260009-0050 152.00
LINDSEY JONI & CHARLENE LEASOR
S/2 LOT 5 & LOTS 6 & 7 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 53/291 191/55
270/595 288/523 2005/1746

336 181014-00260009-0200 175.91
LINDSEY JONI & CHARLENE LEASOR
LOTS 20 21 & 22 BLK 9 WEST &
JOHNSON ADDIT 86/260 191/57
191/59 270/595 288/523 2005/









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VERTREES GENEVA 0.720AC
LOTS 2-3-6-7-10-11-14-15-18-19
-22 & 23 BLK 21 SUW RIV SUBD
44/504 275/533 2004/841

359 181014-00270021-0130 927.47
PICKERN KENNETH L & AZIE M 0.360AC
LOTS 13 16 17 20 21 24 BLK 21
SUW RIV SUBD OR 50 PG 9
140/600 193/68 199/54 217/700

360 181014-00270023-0020 69.93
STRUBEL SAMUAL & LILLIAN 0.120AC
LOTS 2 3 BLK 23 SUW RIV SUBD
OR 44 PG 590 OR 62/27 82/131

361 191014-00000002-0000 5,704.50
KELLNER KIRSHNER & LASKY 186.000AC
N/2 OF LOTS 2 3 4 & LOT 5
109/622 241/007

362 191014-02840001-0090 692.58
FLOYD RICHARD DARRELL 2.410AC
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 1 UT 4 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 70/423 72/344 76/663
90/352 124/21 157/169 184/392

363 191014-02840002-0120 / 168.04
FISHER JANIE M 1.370AC
LOT 12 BLK 2 UNIT 4 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 77/609 105/597 2004/
2983 2004/2984 2004/6888

364 201014-00000011-0000 5,752.50
MONTGOMERY F MARK 1.150AC
BEG AT SE COR OF SEC 20 GO W
3465 FT & GO N 148 FT TO N
EDGE OF R/W OF US HWY 19 FOR

365 201014-00000014-0000 5,488.62
TJRR PROPERTIES INC 0.900AC
FRACT SE/4 OF SE/4 LYING SE OF
ST RD 26 LESS ERLY 508.85 FT
44/364-368 72/490-491 108/365-

366 201014-00000016-0000 41.69
MCQUEEN RONALD A & . 0.080AC
COM AT SE COR OF SW/4 OF SEC
20 GON 10.5 FT TO S R/W OF
ST RD 55 GO N 89 DEG 18 MIN W

367 201014-00000020-0000 1,047.52
PADOT DAVID W SR & 5.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4
20-10-14 FOR POB FROM POB RUN
N 88 DEG E 218 FT THENCE RUN S


368 201014-00000020-0010 188.84
RIVER SIDE FANNING SPRINGS LLC 45.680AC
45.68 AC OF THE FOLLOWING DESC
PROP COM AT NE/C OF 20-10-14
FOR POR & RUN ALG N LN OF SAID

369 201014-00000020-0020 8,534.94
RIVER SIDE FANNING SPRINGS LLC 104.450AC
COM AT NE/C OF 20-10-14 FOR
POR & RUNALG N LN OF SEC 20 S
88 DEG W 40.98 FT TO PT INTER-

370 201014-00000020-0030 71.81
THE RIVER-VIEW OF FANNING t 1'(40.Q00QAC ,;
COM.AT.NE/,,QF 20-10-14FOR ,; ;*;y:;,,,; . ,,;
PORA& RUN ALG N LN OF SEC 20 S
88 DEG W 40.98 FT TO PT

371 201014-02810001-0040 1,042.00-
BURNS PATRICK W & CATHERINE H 0.300AC
LOT 4 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUW RIVER
SPGS SUBD OR 46/26 106/563
127/280 129/484 143/351 274/

372 201014-02810001-0340 826.87
JENN CORP 0.160AC
LOT 34 BLK I UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 78/12 213/515 241/
221

373 201014-02810001-0380 527.49
KEARNS GEORGE 0.280AC
LOT 38 BLK 1 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 82/301 174/509
224/497 256/342 261/625 2000/

374 201014-02810001-0390 1,151.49
STEVENS ROBERT J 0.220AC
LOT 39 13LK 1 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 45/535 54/217 86/
156-157 140/638 213/205 2000/

375 201014-02810010-0070 566.30
EVANS OTIS G 0.230AC
LOT 7 BLK 10 UT 1 SUW RIV SPGS
SUBD 45/542 147/472 156/234
174/372 229/147 2004/2834

376 201014-02810010-0080 397.11
WALDRON JOHN & BRENDA 0.200AC
LOT 8 BLK 10 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 48/504 85/158
95/356 167/383

377 201014-02810010-0090 260.53
BEARSS DOROTHEA I 0.230AC
LOT 9 BLK 10 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD OR 45/577 & OR
75/71 126/146

378 201014-02810010-0120 409.29
BASS G W & CORA LEE 0.180AC
LOT 12 BLK 10 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 87/635 88/7 213/515

379 201014-02810010-0130 414.85
BASS G W & CORA LEE 0.220AC
LOT 13 BLK 10 UNIT 1 SUWANNEE
,RIVER SPRINGS SUBD 87/635
213/515

380 201014-02810011-0030 379.99
BASS GW & CORA LEE 0.180AC
LOT 3 BLK 11 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD 19-10-14 OR 63/254
109/524 166/444 195/567 213/

381 201014-02810011-0040 588.18
WALDRON JOHN & BRENDA 0.180AC
LOT 4 BLK 11 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS SUBD OR 45/465 142/509
143/379 213/515

382 201014-02810011-0140 HX 128.29
FULLER RICHARD L 0.360AC
LOTS 14 & 15 BLK 11 UNIT 1
SUW RIV SPGS SUBD OR 75/660
POWER OF ATTORNEY-GLORIA


WILSON PATRICIA 0.190AC
LOT 16 BLK 11 UNIT 1 SUW RIV
SPGS OR 54 PG 253 139/170
160/450 160/451 207/66 253/553

384 201014-02820018-0010 1,092.14
TILLEY JERRY L & THERESA FAYE 2.450AC
LOTS I & 2 BLK 18
UNIT 2 SUW RIV SPGS SUBD METES
& BDS DESC 46/400-401 283/329

385 201014-02830000-0070 HX 527.13
HEDGES CHARLENE A & 1.000AC
LOT 7 & N/2 OF LOT 8 UNIT 3
SUW RIVER SPGS SUBD 90/382
116/501 121/219 2002/3469
1
386 201014-03020000-0070 HX 4,574.98
PADOT DAVID W & MARY ANN H 0.210AC
LOT 7 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

387 201014-03020000-0080 936.85
PADOT DAVID W SR 0.260AC
LOT 8 THE RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/.

388 201014-03020000-0290 936.85
FIORE FREDRICK W JR & LEE 0.1 70AC
LOT 29 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

389 201014-03020000-0300 936.85
J DEANS CONSTRUCTION INC 0.270AC
LOT 30 THE RIVERWALK OF
FANNING SPRINGS PHASE 1 61/485
143/481 157/324 198/565 230/

390 201014-03020000-0520 4,158.55
CUMMINGS MARGARETH 0.210AC
LOT 52 THE RIVERWALK OF
FANNING SPRINGS PHASE I CONT
.21 AC 61/485 143/481 157/324

391 201014-03170000-.1170 1,454.61
ALCHEMY 0.360AC
LOT 117 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 2 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

392 201014-03170000-1390 1,454.61
FIORE FREDRICK W JR & LEE 0.400AC
LOT 139 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 2 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

393 201014-03510000-0110 1,632.43
PADOT DAVID W SR 1.720AC
LOT 11 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

394 201014-03510000-0300 .1,632.43
DOWLING DANA B & DIANE B 0.550AC
LOT 30 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/


395 201014-03519,Qpp :03,;; 1;62.43,,; ;, j
TRI-COUNTY INVESTMENT 0.720AC
LOT 31 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/


396 201014-03510000-0320 1,632.43
TRI-COUNTY INVESTMENT 0.910AC
LOT 32 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

397 201014-03510000-0410 1,632.43
TRI-COUNTY INVESTMENT. 0.450AC
LOT 41 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

398 201014-03510000-0420 1,632.43
TRI-COUNTY INVESTMENT 0.430AC
LOT 42 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

399 201014-03510000-0490 , 1,632.43
TRI-COUNTY INVESTMENT 0.460AC
LOT 49 RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

400 201014-03510000-0500 1,632.43
SACCOMAN MICHAEL A & 0.460AC
LOT 50'RIVERWALK OF FANNING
SPRINGS PHASE 3 61/485 143/481
157/324 198/565 230/356 230/

401 211014-00040000-0100 93.38 *
GOEBEL HENRY & PATRICIA 0.180AC
LOT 10 GARDNER HART UNREC SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS 89/255
EASEMENT TO BELLSOUTH 285/652


402 211014-00040000-0310 714.0(
MCDONALD ROBERT E & 0.3'
LOTS 31 & 32 GARDNER HART
UNREC SUBD DESC IN METES & BDS
6()//96 70/72 RI/675 98/3I 3


6
40AC


u7/Yuu iu! 1/U o/1uV/ 0 /3 JJJ ,

403 211014-01180000-0220 1,592.05
PLENTZ BARBARA A & 5.OOOAC
LOT 22 GILCHRIST GARDEN
ESTATE CONT 10.01 AC 151/505
181/89 240/400 247/649 LESS

404 221014-01280000-0050 1,030.29
AMBROSIA INVESTMENTS INC 5.000AC
LOT 5 RAMBLING RAMBO ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 140/75 152/459
164/292 213/145 233/639 261/

405 221014-01280000-0060 867.09
AMBROSIA INVESTMENTS INC 5.OOAC
LOT 6 RAMBLING RAMBO ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 140/77 152/459
162/435 195/73 214/205 240/388


406 221014-01280000-0090 HX 1,121.53
CAGLE GARLAND R & SUSAN DIANE 5
LOT 9 RAMBLIN RAMBO ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 140/83 151/337
152/457 F/JUDG 173/351 175/458


181/89 240/406 2007/4533 2007/

408 221014-01280000-0120 944.58
JONES PEGGY SUE & 5.OOOAC
LOT 12 RAMBLIN RAMBO ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 142/109 159/80
181/89 227/17 2000/2622 2007/

409 221014-01300000-0060 2,067.54
JENKINS CYNTHIA & THOMAS O 5.640AC
TRACT 6 DESC IN METES & BDS
COMAT SW/C OF SE/4 OF 22-10
14 AS POB GO E 525 FT GO N

410 260615-03400000-0190 426.31
HARRIS HERMAN & MARY- 0.580AC
LOT 19 UNIT 4 UNREC SUBD IRA
BEAS OASIS OR 71 PG 533

411 280615-00290000-0010 358.03
POWERS TIMOTHY D 1.500AC
LOT 1 CYPRESS SHORES UNREC
SUBD 47/540 & 542 & 543
64/636 69/278-279 111/446 111/

412 280615-00290000-0250 98.06
POWERS TIMOTHY D 1.000AC
LOT 25 CYPRESS SHORES UNREC
SUBD 64/636 69/278-279 111/
446 172/630-633 2002/4137

413 280615-00290000-0260 261.26
POWERS TIMOTHY D 1.000AC
LOT 26 CYPRESS SHORES UNREC
SUBD OR 62/545 167/424 190/70
2002/4138 2002/4139 2005/765

414 320615-00000004-0000 330.09
GODBEY DOUGLAS R & REBECCA R 1.380A
FOR POR COM AT SE/C 32-6-15
THENCE S 89 DEG WALG S LN OF
, SAID SEC 276 FT THENCE N 199.

415 320615-00000004-0010 306.56
RITTER GERALD & MELISSA 0.910AC
COMAT SE/C OF 32-6-15 AS PT
OF REF GO W ALONG S LN OF SEC
276 FT TO TRUE POB GO S .15


416 320615-00000005-0000 88.51
GODBEY DOUGLAS R & REBECCA R
COM AT SE/C OF SEC 32-6-15
FOR POREF GO S 89 DEG W 276
FT GO N 99.85 FT TO TRUE POB


0.460A(


417 320615-00650040-0000 654.19
MILLER KEVIN A & PAULA G 2.840AC
PARCEL 4 METES & BDS DESC FLA
WOODLAND UNREC SUBD OR 58 PG
109 (HOLLY SPRINGS) 127/395

418 320615-00650050-0000 1,276.60
GODBEY DOUGLAS R & 2.570AC
PARCEL 5 METES & BDS DESC FLA
WOODLAND UNREC SUBD 58/688
(HOLLY SPRINGS) 178/343 237/

.419 320615-00650060-0000 HX 2,271.77
GODBEY DOUGLAS R & REBECCA R 5.41OAC
PARCELS 6 & 7 MTS & BDS DESC
FLORIDA WOODLAND UNREG SUBD i ' :
(HOLLY SPRINGS) 58/?3 ,g45 ; ;) ;, /,;

420 320615-00650360-0000 HX 308.28
HOWARD DOROTHY P 4.990AC
PARCEL 36 METES & BDS DESC
FLA WOODLAND UNREC SUBD HOLLY
SPRINGS 33-6-15 60/536 71/13

421 320615-00650400-0000 295.01
BRITTON MICHAEL B & DAWN M 5.OOOAC
PARCEL 40 METES & BDS DESC
FLA WOODLAND 33-6-15 iUNREC
SUBD OR 63/466 66/141 75/27

422 320615-00650410-0000 295.01
BRITTON MICHAEL B & DAWN M 5.000AC
PARCEL 41 METES & BDS DESC
FLA WOODLAND UNREC SUBD OR 60
PG 542 33-6-15 (HOLLY

423 330615-02190000-002B 840.42
SHUTTERLY SCOTT ALLEN & 5.040AC
TRACT 2B CONT 5.03 AC DESC IN
MTS & BDS DESC 159/350 191/64
287/108 t

424 330615-02190000-OOAI 822.46
SHUTTERLY SCOTT ALLEN & 5.020AC
TRACT Al CONT 5.02 AC DESC AS
COM AT NE/C OF 33-6-15 AS PT
OF REF GO W 826.01 FT GO S 36

425 330615-02190000-OOCl 324.32
CREWS JEFFERY F & BRENDA L 2.520AC
TRACT Cl CONT 5.04 AC DESC AS
COM AT NE/C OF 33-6-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ON N LN OF SAID SEC -

426 330615-02190000-00C2 581.05
CREWS JEFFERY F &.BRENDA L 5.050AC
TRACT C2 CONT 5.056 AC DESC AS
COM AT NE/C OF 33-6-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ON N LN OF SAID SEC

427 340615-00000007-0010 HX 1,976.58
RAIN MARY ELIZABETH 5.710AC
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4 OF SE/4
OF 34-06-15 FOR POR THENCE
RUN ALG S LN OF SAID NW/4 OF

428 340615-00000010-0000 2,943.30
BRUDERLY DAVID E 14.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF 34-6-15 GO S
ALG E LN OF SEC 276 FT TO POB
GO S 00 DEG 08 MIN 04 SEC W

429 340615-00000010-0010 1,627.28
SULLIVAN ALAN E & MELONEY 1,000AC
COM AT NE/C OF 34-6-15 GO S
276 FT GO W 258 FT TO POB GO
S 210 FT GO W 210 FT GO N 210

430 340615-0086000G-0010 238.73
MITEK DAVID ALLEN & ELISA BETH 0.500AC
LOT I BLK G SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD 157/91 2004/4558


5.000AC 431 340615-0086000G-0020 238.73
MITEK DAVID ALLEN & ELISABETH 0.500AC
LOT 2 BLK G SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD 157/93 2004/4558


432 350615-00000003-0000 2,632.54
MCCORMICK TRUST 2.150AC
COM SW/C LT 12 IRA BEA'S OASIS
UNIT 3A UNREC GO W 396 FT M/L


TO E R/W LINE NE 17 AVE GO N

433 350615-00000009-0000 2,111.22
MCCORMICK TRUSTEE 4.500AC
BEG AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF SEC
35-6-15 GO NO DEG 1831.90 FT
GO N 76 DEG W 479.89 FT GO S -

434 350615-03300000-0020 1,329.40
POGUE JIM W & CAROL 0.520AC
LOT 2 UNIT 3 IRA BEAS OASIS
OR 39 PG 34 OR 72 PG 200

435 350615-03310000-0070 199.83
ALEXIS IMMACULE 0.330AC
LOT 7 UNIT 3A UNREC SUBD IRA
BEAS OASIS 71/572 2004/6552

436 350615-03310000-0200 229.36
MALOY JAMES L & MAE-BELL 0.330AC
LOT 20 UNIT 3A UNREC SUBD IRA
BEAS OASIS OR 60 PG 472

437 350615-03320000-0120 199.83
SIMMONS JEFFREY L 0.500AC
LOT 12 UNIT 3AB IRA BEAS OASIS
63/606 88/696 93/637 154/394
167/478 168/204 174/730 174/

438 350615-03410000-0190 207.25
NEWCOMB CHARLES ALLEN 0.410AC
LOT 19 UNIT 4A UNREC SUBD IRA
BEAS OASIS 64/665 182/635
2000/2290 2001/232

439 350615-07200000-0020 229.36
WOLFORD RICHARD W & KATHLEEN A
0.560AC
AC LOT 2 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD CONT .56 AC DESC IN MTS
& BDS DESC 145/4 2004/4659

440 350615-07200000-0140 HX 195.62
PRIVETTE JOSEPH EARL 5.000AC
LOT 14 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD MTS & BDS DESC 5.00 AC
65/540 72/72 119/137 213/537

441 350615-07200000-0200 229.36
GREENE MIKE & MARIA 0.790AC
AC LOT 20 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD CONT .79 AC 190/190


442 350615-07200000-0230 229.36
GREENE ERLENE 0.510AC
LOT 23 MTS & BDS DESC .51 AC
WOODLAND OASIS UNREC SUBD
69/49 86/217 & 218

443 350615-07200000-0260 229.36,
GREENE MIKE & MARIA 0.510AC
LOT 26 WOODLAND OASIS UNREC
SUBD CONT .51 AC 202/333

444 360615-0086000B-0070 229.36
GODWIN BARBARA. 0.510AC
LOT 7 BLK B SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .51 AC 245/89
2003/103

445 360615-0086000D-0220 229.36
WOLFOR'R..Cg ARD W,& KATHLN \ , _..
0.500AC
LOT 22 BLK-D SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .50 AC 164/244
2004/4658

446 360615-0086000D-0230 229.36
WOLFORD RICHARD W & KATHLEEN A
0.500AC
LOT 23 BLK D SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .5.0 AC 244/218
2005/4026

447 360615-0086000F-0010 229.36
GREEN LINDA C 0.890AC
LOT 1 BLK F SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .89 AC 231/633
2004/5322

448 360615-0086000F-0020 229.36.
DICKINSON TIMOTHY M 0.600AC
LOT 2 BLK F SANTA FE OASIS
UNREC SUBD CONT .60 AC 150/312
2006/2432

449 360615-03210000-0540 229.36
SCHWARTZ JOHN L . 0.570AC
LOT 54 UNIT 2A UNREC SUBD IRA
BEAS OASIS 109/137 2005/2642
2005/3360 2005/3361

450 020715-00000002-0000 2,382.76
THOMAS DAVID A ' 17.390AC.
S 573.33 FT OF SE/4 OF SW/4
70/663 71/269 96/448 2000/2203
2000/4529 2004/6617

451 030715-00000001-0040 HX 1,306.01
HOWELL DONALD L & PAULINE A 9.630AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF 3-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
S ALG E LN OF SAID SEC 3 S

, 452 030715-00000007-0025 HX 1,172.19
PENDERGRAFT EDWARD A & 5.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4
3-7-15 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
N LN OF SE/4 OF NW/4 S 88 DEG

453 030715-00000009-0000 4,252.72
HOYE RICHARD E 50.000AC
N/2 OF NW/4 LESS 30 AC TO
MCQUEEN IN OR 43 PG 318 OR 52
PG 260 137/412 137/413 2005/

454 030715-00000011-0010 962.82
SMITH WILLIAM J & 1.000AC
BEG AT SE/C OF W/2 OF SE/4 GO
N 70 YDS TO POB GO W 70 YDS
GO N 70 YDS GO E 70 YDS GO S

455 030715-03380000-0010 2,173.67
RICHARDS STACIA E & 10.010AC
LOT 1 AMANDA PLANTATION CONT
10.01 AC 178/586 209/46
UTIL EASEMENT 215/419 280/372

456 040715-00000003-0010 HX 820.73
DEES JAMES A & DONNA S 15.050AC
WEST 331 FT OF SW/4 OF SW/4
4-7-15 & W/2 OF E 331 FT OF W
662 FT OF SW/4 OF SW/4 139/500

457 040715-00000004-0020 1,499.92
BOWMAN MATTHEW S 4.180AC
COM AT SE/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4


OF 4-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG S LINE OF SAID SE/4 OF

458 040715-00000006-0040 HX 1,560.51
BRANTLEY JAY R 8.590AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF
4-7-15 AND RUN N ALG W LN
THEREOF 585.86 FT THENCE N 89

459 050715-00000007-0020 895.01
LEWIS GLORIA W & WILLIAM M .10.OOOAC
COMAT SW/C OF SE/4 OF 5-7-15
& RUN N 89 DEG E ALG S LN
THEREOF 40 FT TO PT ON E R/W

460 050715-00000007-0025 HX 543.64
PRICHARD JAMES W M 20.000AC
COMAT SW/C OF SE/4 OF. 5-7-15
& RUNN 89 DEG E ALG S LN
THEREOF 40 FT TO A PT ON E R/W

461 050715-00310000-0010 276.25
COX LEON J & MYRTICE 1.060AC
LOTS 1 & 2 OF ANDERSON SECT
UNREC

462 050715-00310000-0110 HX 195.62
POWELL JERRY F & BROOKE A 0.460AC
LOT 11 OF ANDERSON SECT UNREC
DESC IN METES & BDS DESC
(.459) 48/401 61/282

463 070715-00000001-0000 219.99
OLCOTT EARL 10.OOOAC
NE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 70/436 &
441 78/465-466 216/30 239/458
245/280 288/241 2000/626

464 070715-00000001-0010 219.99
OLCOTT EARL 10.OOOAC
SE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 70/136 &
450 & 1/4 INT IN EASEMENT 85/
160 214/179 221/67

465 070715-00000001-0020 219.99
OLCOTT EARL 10.OOOAC
SW/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 OR 70/
436 & 444 77/313 134/451 190/
392-394 214/373

466 070715-00000001-0040 261.05
OLCOTT EARL ET AL 1.060AC
W 36 FT OF E 50 FT OF SE/4 OF
NE/4 70/504 LESS RD R/W
214/179 214/373 214/379 216/

467 070715-00000003-0010'HX 375.70
PHILLIPS MICHAEL A & JEANIE C 2.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF S/2 OF NE/4 OF
7-7-15 AS POB GO E 417 FT GO
S 208 FT GO W 417 FT GO N 208

468 070715-00320000-0010 810.82
MACHADO MAIDA 4.150AC
LOT 1 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREC
SUBD 34/282 129/115 218/497
256/523 2006/4020-4023

469 070715-00320000-0020 810.82
MACHADO MAIDA 4.150AC
LOT 2 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREG ,
SUBD 34/282 129/116 218/497
256/523 2006/4020-4023

470 070715-00320000-0060 HX 284.36
MACHADO MAGNOLIA & 4.180AC
LOT 6 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREC
SUBD 91/350 156/77 34/282 '
218/497 256/523 284/235 UTIL

471 070715-00320000-0080 HX 1,045.30
SHORT SHEILA C 4.200AC
LOT 8 SANTA FE CORNERS UNRE
80/206 34/282 218/497 255/210
255/208 256/523 290/463 291/

472 070715-00320000-0100 HX 404.83
JONES RICHARD C SR & 2.200AC
W/2 OF LOT 10 SANTA FE COR
UNREC SUBD CONT 2.22 47/369
49/555 120/148 & 155 137/444

473 070715-00320000-0251 764.50
BETHEL HOLLY VIRGINIA & 2.250AC
W/2 OF LOT 25 SANTA FE
CORNERS UNREC SUBD CONT 5 AC
101/457 34/282 218/497 256/523

474 070715-00320000-0420 270.63
DE SOUZA SAULO BENTO & 1.270AC
LOT 42 SANTA FE CORNERS UNREC
SUBD 129/94 PIPELINE EASEMENT
209/401 34/282 218/497 256/523

475 080715-00000005-0010 7,020.71
OLCOTT EARL H 58.240AC
NW/4 OF NW/4 & W/2 OF SW/4 OF
NW/4 LESS S 40 FT RD R/W 70/
318 & 327 72/264 163/205-206W

476 080715-00000005-0020 4,943.79
OLCOTT EARL H 19.500AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF NW/4 LESS S 40
FT OF ST RD R/W 19.50 AC
82/318 163/206

477 080715-00000005-0030 5,573.61
OLCOTT EARL H 39.000AC
SE/4 OF NW/4 LESS S 40 FT RD
R/W 70/318 & 327 72/264 163/
205-206

478 090715-00000002-0000 HX 1,073.54
LOPES-WECKLER VALERIE LYNN 17.480AC
NW/4 OF NE/4 LESS 3 AC TO
CHURCH 140/696 UTLY ESMT
LESS N 639.37 FT 175/183 184/

479 090715-00000003-0010 , 47.04


LANDER JOSEPH T & KIM 13.OOOAC
W/2 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 LESS 1 AC
IN SE/C OF SW/4 OF NE/4
RD R/W & 5 ACRES TO RIVERSIDE

480 090715-00000011-0035 HX 604.88
DRIGGERS THOMAS M & HELEN H 5.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4
CONT 5 AC 121/188 219/667
219/668 235/583 UTIL EASEMENT

481 090715-00000013-0000 806.14
TRIMM JAMES 5.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 OF NE/4 OF SE/4
OR 47 PG 115

482 090715-00770000-0020 148.71
DE HOMAR ISOLINA VELEZ 1.040AC


I


. 383 201014-02810011-0160


467.52


407 221014-01280000-0110 HX 670.47
JONES PEGGY 5.000AC
LOT 11 RAMBLING RAMBO ESTATES
CONT 5 AC M/L 151/255 151/385










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Section B, Page Five


LOT 2 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
CONT 1.01 AC 131/694

483 090715-00770000-0040 148.71
SANTIAGO RAMON 1.030AC
LOT 4 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
135/39

484 090715-00770000-0170 148.71
LOPEZ DE REDRIGUEZ RAFAELA 1.080AC
LOT 17 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 149/416


485 090715-00770000-0210 148.71
FIGUEROA HECTOR MALDONADO
LOT 21 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 187/461


1.020A


486 090715-00770000-0240 148.71
RICKETTS DESMOND & 1.020AC
LOT 24 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 164/277 TAX DEED
2004/4078

487 090715-00770000-0320 148.71
DE ALBA SAMUEL ROLON Y/O 1.020AC
LOT 32 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 244/689

488 090715-00770000-0340 148.71
DIXON MERRICK 1.01 OAC
LOT 34 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 187/459 2003/4682
2005/6985 2006/5026 2007/

489 090715-00770000-0410 148.71
ROSA CARMEN ALEMAN 0.990AC
LOT 41 SANTA FE RANCH ACRES
SUBD CONT 1 AC 133/542

490 090715-00770000-0440 148.71
MALDONADO VANESA E 1.020AC
LOT 44 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 179/446 248/596


491 090715-00770000-0510
RBN PROMISE LAND INC
LOT 51 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 147/583 196/166
196/167 196/419 196/422 TAX


492 090715-00770000-0660


148.71
0.910AC


148.71


ORTIZ JAY & MONICA 1.050AC
LOT 66 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/48 187/457 250/156

* 493 090715-00770000-0670 148.71
TORRES RAFAEL AND/OR 1.010AC
LOT 67 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 241/163

494 090715-00770000-0680 148.71
REYES-PUJOS VICTOR M 1.020AC
LOT 68 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS CONT 1.10.
AC 125/157

, 495 090715-00770000-0840 148.71
HOLMES PAULETTE 1.330AC
LOT 84 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 196/597 TAX EED
2004/4072 " '

496 090715-00770000-0910 148.71
PEREZ RAUL N PEREZ AND/OR ANA 1.030AC
LOT 91 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 163/202

497 090715-00770000-0940 148.71
kOLDAN EDGA 1.020AC
LOT 94 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 2004/4101

498 090715-00770000-0960 148.71
RICKETTS DESMOND & 1.020AC
LOT 96 SANTA FE RANCH SUBD
UNREC 46/481 206/294 TAX DEED
2004/4075

499 090715-00770000-1280 148.71
FELICIANO ALBERTO TORRES 1.020AC
LOT 128 SANTAFE CORNERS
UNREC SUBD 129/236 135/35

500 100715-00000008-0000 3,127.30
MIDYATTE STEVEN & 30.000AC
N/2 OF SE/4 OF SW/4 & NE/4 OF
SW/4 OF SW/4 50/660 56/350 &
599 92/396 2004/6664

501 100715-00000010-0040 HX 574.50
REID BILLY J & BARBARA J 15.840AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF SE/4 OF
10-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON
N LN OF SW/4 OF SE/4 S 89 DEG

502 100715-02220000-0060 HX 406.33
ADAMS NATHANIAL F & LEE ANN 6.010AC
LOT 6 LOWELL ESTATES SUBD CONT
6.012 AC 140/332 2002/967
2002/5360 2002/5361

503 100715-02220000-0080 1,071.98
MIDYATTE STEVEN & 8.110AC
LOT 8 LOWELL ESTATES SUBD CONT
8.11 AC 140/332 2001/1536
2004/6664

504 110715-00000011-0000 918.85
WALKER LEWIS 5.310AC
SW/4 OF NW/4 103/464 LESS 10
AC TO GALLOWAY ET AL 114/89 &
LESS 25 AC TO ROGERS 121/ 246

505 110715-00000011-0010 HX 604.54
WALKER LEWIS 10.500AC
COM AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4
OF 11-7-15 FORAPOB GO ON S
LN OF SW/4 OF NW/4 W 952 FT

506 110715-00000012-0020 HX 676.08
POTTER BONNIE 1.140AC
COM AT NW/COR OF NW/4 OF SW/4
GO S 0 DEG 05 MIN W 659.83 FT
GO S 89 DEG 56 MIN 28 SEC E .,

507 110715-00000012-0060 999.23
HOPKIN MELISSA & 1.000AC
COM AT 2" IRON PIPE BEING
KNOWN AS NW/C OF NE/4 OF SW/4
11-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN

508 110715-00000012-0061 441.32
HOPKIN MELISSA & 2.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
11-7-15 RUN ON W LN OF NW/4 OF
SW/4 S 531.83 FT THENCE RUN S


509 120715-00000009-0010 2,014.55
SOKOLEWICZ EUGENIUSZ & MARK 14.090AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4
GO E 36 FT GO S 36 FT TO S
R/W LN OF CO RD & POB CONT E

510 120715-02000000-0010 HX 487.49
PETRONE DAVID J OR KAREN E 5.000AC
LOT 1 RED BERRY BRANCH
ESTATES CONT 5 AC 150/650
UTIL EASEMENT 159/309 198/680


511 120715-02000000-0050 1,681.85
AC LANDWISE CAPITAL PARTNERS LLC 5.000AC
LOT 5 RED BERRY BRANCH ESTATES
CONT 5 AC 209/217 252/001
2000/4505 UTIL EASEMENT 2001/


512 120715-02000000-0110 1,525.26
BAXTER WILLIAM C 7.450AC
LOT 11 RED BERRY BRANCH EST
CONT 7.45 AC,153/401 189/305
193/669 UTIL EASEMENT 234/30

513 150715-03700000-0140 HX 77.80
WOOLSEY DEBORAH L 4.560AC
LOT 14 UNIT 2 EMERALD FARMS
15-7-15 82/132 85/615 109/322
137/285 160/488 162/691 LESS

514 150715-03700000-0260 HX 216.39
TAVERNIA RICHARD A & RHONA H 5.000AC
LOT 26 UNIT 2 EMERALD FARMS
15-7-15 83/335 150/507

515 150715-03700000-0270 274.27
HANNA JONI A & JOHN W 5.000AC
LOT 27 UNIT 2 EMERALD FARMS
15-7-15 83/178 276/668

516 160715-00340000-0250 806.14
FISHER ROBERT J & PATRICIA A 5.000AC
LOT 25 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
79/514 229/531 241/430 269/57
269/59 UTIL EASEMENT 295/12

517 160715-00340000-0260 HX 1,077.89
FISHER ROBERT J & PATRICIA A 5.000AC
LOT 26 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
79/514 229/531 241/430 269/57
269/59 UTIL EASEMENT 295/12

518 160715-00340000-0780 1,002.51
ROBERTS DAVID E & WANDA L 5.000AC
LOT 78 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
SUBD 48/196 81/655 84/655 84/
685 84/687 101/528 103/195

519 160715-00340000-0900 HX 651.10
MCDONOUGH MIKE & GAYLA 5.000AC
LOT 90 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
OR 70/181 129/419 166/406 292/
102 & 103 2000/2360

520 160715-00340000-0980 HX 705.63
GEIGER JOHN WAYNE 5.000AC
LOT 98 UNIT 1 EMERALD FARMS
76/405 125/311 EASEMENT 128/
610 163/249 164/48 182/461

521 170715-00000001-0060'-' 1,439:17! '
KERSCH NICHOLAS J & MEGAN E 10.000AC
COM AT NE/C 17-7-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF SEC 17
S 88 DEG W 246 FT TO W LN OF

522 180715-00000003-0220 HX 324.87
HEAVENER HANNAH T 5.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF
18-7-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG E LN OF SW/4 S 527.56 FT

523 180715-01940000-0020 1,019.13
BALY MICHAEL & MARGARET 5.010AC
LOT 2 SANTA FE OAKS SUBD CONT
5.01 AC 256/523 271/158

524 180715-01940000-0040 1,019.13
BALY MICHAEL & MARGARET 5.010AC
LOT 4 SANTA FE OAKS SUBD CONT
5.01 AC 256/523 271/158

525 180715-02100000-0010 1,117.16
CHERRY MICHAEL E 7.010AC
COM AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF
18-7-15 FOR POB THENCE RUN
ALG E LN OF SW/4 N 1055.16 FT

526 180715-02710000-0030 1,190.47
BERRY JAMES H 5.000AC
LOT 3 VARGAS WOODS SUBD CONT
5 AC 129/106 PIPELINE EASEMENT
209/413 250/151 256/523 265/

527 200715-00000003-0020 1,439.17
BEMIS MICHAEL 10.000AC
E/2 OF W/2 OF SE/4 OF NW/4 OF
20-7-15 CONT 10AC 147/125
192/600 219/198 2002/1420


528 200715-00000003-0070 HX 858.54
SLOCUM DOUGLAS L & VIRGINIA E 10.000AC
NE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF 20-7-
15 CONT 10 AC 147/130 192/600
219/198 219/199 UTIL EASEMENT

529 300715-00350001-0040 937.89
PIERCE CONNIE AS TRUSTEE 2.500AC
LOT 4 BLK 1 OAKWOOD ESTATES
106/681-682 248/562 2000/
1586 2000/1636 2000/4777 2000/

530 300715-00350001-0050 976.38
RITCHEY SHERI 2.170AC
LOT 5 BLK 1 OAKWOOD EST
77/551 91/527 96/269 102/56
108/427 113/309 113/524 171/

531 310715-00000006-0010 744.37
PHILMAN KELLY J & 60.000AC
S/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4 & SW/4 OF
NW/4 33/346 152/312 156/479-
482 159/314 PIPELINE EASEMENT


532 320715-00000006-0000
FULTZ DARRELL & MONTIE
N/2 OF SW/4 OF NW/4 OF NE/4
OF SE/4 150/670-671 2001/4560

533 320715-00000011-0000
MITCHELL WILL W
N/2 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF SE/4 71/239 191/49 270/595
288/523 2005/1005 2005/1006


313.76
1.250AC


478.80
1.250AC


ROBERTS DAVID E & WANDA L
NE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF SE/4
AND NW/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF
SE/4 56/631 97/136 TAX DEED


535 320715-00000020-0010 1,045.49
BLANKS ODELL L & NANCY H 5.080AC
E 255 FT OF COMAT SW/C OF
E/2 OF NW/4 OF 32-7-15 FORA
POB GO N 868.80 FT GO E 1320

536 320715-00000040-0000 313.76
SCHILTZ LEO ET UX 1.250AC
S/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF SE/4

537 320715-00360000-OOLO 323.15
MCDOUGAL NATHAN 1.060AC
TRACT L CONT 1.06 AC 136/106
223/608 240/344 2001/1655

538 320715-00360013-0090 HX 160.77
SANDERS ELSIE T 0.990AC
LOT 9 BLK 13 SUWANNEE RIVER
EST NORTH 118/261 159/743
166/399 180/244 214/344

539 320715-00360013-0100 323.15
SANDERS ELSIE T 1.000AC
LOT 10 BLK 13 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 150/447 221/41
221/42 229/91 269/99-102

540 320715-00360014-0030 323.15
LAVOIE DONALD SCOTT 1.000AC
LOT 3 BLK 14 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/466 180/239
240/344 2000/2574 2005/4161

541 320715-00360014-0050 323.15
VESTER THOMAS & TIMOTHY VESTER 1.00(
LOT 5 BLK 14 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 154/349
193/317- 326 193/327

542 320715-00360014-0120 323.15
DUROCHER CLAUDE 1.030AC
LOT 12 BLK 14 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 158/176

543 320715-00360014-0130 323.15
WALKER MURIEL T 1.030AC
LOT 13 BLK 14 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/466 180/239
219/70 2007/5555

544 320715-00360014-0150 HX 811.62
KITTS LELAN JACKSON & JOY 1.030AC
LOT 15 BLK 14 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/466 139/412
UTILITY EASEMENT 140/334 147/

545 320715-00360015-0050 487.32
FREEMAN BRYAN M 1.000AC
LOT 5 BLK 15 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 118/466 180/239
240/344 2000/5059 2000/5060


546 320715-00360020-0010 HX 954.84
ANDRE HENRY C & BARBARA J 1.170AC
LOT I BLK 20 iSUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 16/106 223/608
240/344 2001/1655 2006/408

547 320715-00360021-0150 324.07
LANDRUM KATHY L 1.030AC
LOT 15 BLK 21 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES NORTH 108/242 TAX DEED
2004/1348 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/

548 320715-00360022-0030 HX 178.11
BRYANT DANIEL 0O& 2.060AC
LOTS 3 & 10 BLK 22 SUWANNEE
RIVER ESTATES NORTH 136/106
223/608 240/344 2001/1655


549 330715-00000003-0000 89.57
ASHBURN JAMES HENRY 40.000AC
NW/4 OF NE/4 125/237 GRANT OF
EASEMENT 125/246 125/253
139/701-702 233/008 233/13

550 330715-00000005-0000 HX 1,112.74
GEIMAN BARBARA J 10.000AC
W/2 OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
51/146 135/110 172/490 190/205
UTIL EASEMENT 200/68 283/593

551 330715-00000020-0000 474.58
HOBBY TRACYL 1.250AC
E/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4 OF NW/4
OF NW/4 48/422 60/15 73/552
116/53 118/27 257/366 276/

552 330715-00000036-0010 53.96
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 10.710AC
W 357.92 FT OF SE/4 OF NW/4
OF 33-7-15 LESS S 20 FT
THEREOF CONT 10.71 AC 164/191

553 330715-02300000-0010 47.16
WISOLMERSKI ROBERT 7.140AC
PARCEL 1 CONT 7.14 AC DESC AS
COM AT CENTER OF 33-7-15 GO N
20 FT GO W 140 FT TO POB CONT

554 050815-00000007-0000 302.04
FELT DOROTHY 1.250AC
S/2 OF W/2 OF W/2 OF E/2 OF
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 CONT 1
1/4 OR 43 PG 402 & OR 65 PG

555 050815-03600001-0120 323.15
LACERTE JEAN & EVELYN LACERTE 1.030A
LOT 12 BLK 1 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 245/309

556 050815-03600001-0130 323.15
LACERTE JEAN & EVELYN LACERTE 1.030A
LOT 13 BLK 1 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 245/309

557 050815-03600002-0090 528.76
DAY KEITH 1.150AC
LOT 9 BLK 2 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 UTIL

558 050815-03600002-0100 323.15
DAY KEITH 1.030AC
LOT 10 BLK 2 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 266/521


5.OOOAC FOSTER TOUSSAINT & EVELYN
LOT 15 BLK 2 SUWANNEE RIVER
ECTATESC OITT- 4106/9OI


560 050815-03600004-0080 323.15
SWEARINGEN JOHN C 1.210AC
LOT 8 BLK 4 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 149/677 180/238
2005/4310


561 050815-03600004-0120 488.13
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS INC 1.030AC
LOT 12 BLK 4 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 245/309

562 050815-03600004-0140 HX 1,003.23
KELLY DONALD & LELA 1.030AC
LOT 14 BLK 4 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES 136/106 223/608 235/
285 240/344 241/003 266/521

563 050815-03600005-0020 323.15
WICKS RICHARD L & GLORIA J 1.040AC
LOT 2 BLK 5 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 245/

564 050815-03600005-0090 323.15
O'NEAL WILLIAM E 1.190AC
LOT 9 BLK 5 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 245/

565 050815-03600005-0140 323.15
BARROW CURTIS O 1.040AC
LOT 14 BLK 5 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
240/344 2001/1655 2004/2110

)AC 566 050815-03600005-0150 323.15
BARROW CURTIS 0 1.040AC
LOT 15 BLK 5 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
240/344 2004/644 2004/2110

567 050815-03600006-0050 323.15
DAVIS RUTH M 1.030AC
LOT 5 BLK 6 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 152/120

568 050815-03600006-0090 323.15
SWEARINGEN JOHN C 1.190AC
LOT 9 BLK 6 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 154/613 2005/
3577

569 050815-03600006-0150 323.15
SWEARINGEN JOHN C 1.040AC
LOT 15 BLK 6 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 102/9 2005/7457-
7459 2006/2035 2006/2731


570 050815-03600006-0160 640.64
KING JERRY SAMPSON JR 1.200AC
LOT 16 BLK 6 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 266/


571 050815-03600007-0090 323.15
FRANK WALTER M III & NELIA P 1.200AC-
LOT 9 BLK-7 SUWANNEERIVER '
ESTATES SOUTH 139/6721274106

572 050815-03600008-0010 323.15
SWEARINGEN JOHN C 1.230AC
LOT 1 BLK 8 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 152/245 2005/
3578

573 050815-03600008-0050 323.15
PORTER WAYNE & 1.030AC
LOT 5 BLK 8 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 154/16 2005/2985
2005/4548

574 050815-03600008-0160 323.15
CONSUMER PROPERTIES INC 1.200AC
LOT 16 BLK 8 SUWANNEE RIVER-
ESTATES SOUTH 97/610 2006/4215
2006/4216

575 050815-03600009-0090 323.15
TREASURE JANIRE & 1.190AC
LOT 9 BLK 9 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 148/233 2005/
2105 2007/554

576 050815-03600010-0020 323.15
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS INC 1.040AC
LOT 2 BLK 10 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 245/

577 050815-03600010-0030 323.15
SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS INC 1.040AC
LOT 3 BLK 10 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 136/106 223/608
235/285 240/344 241/003 245/.'

578 050815-03600010-0080 323.15
SUTHERLIN ELWOOD THOMAS 1.170AC
LOT 8 BLK 10 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 149/116 UTIL
EASEMENT 2001/2285

579 050815-03600010-0160 323.15
SINCLAIR SHIRLEY S & DELROY A 1.200AC
LOT 16 BLK 10 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 161/449 2005/
3296 2006/5024


580 050815-03600011-0050 323.15
.C GRAHAM WILLIAM L 1.030AC
LOT 5 BLK 11 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 91/171 118/466
180/239 240/344 2000/2573

581 050815-03600011-0070 323.15
.C SWEARINGEN JOHN C 1.030AC
LOT 7 BLK 11 SUWANNEE RIVER
ESTATES SOUTH 154/418 2005/
3002

582 060815-00000005-0040 HX 896.07
HURNE THOMAS J & GINELLE A 5.820AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4
OF 6-8-15 AS POB GO N 660 FT
GO E 165 FT GO S 660 FT GO W

583 060815-00000006-0020 HX 591.67
MOLZEN ERIC GLENN 37.350AC
ALL THAT PART OF NW/4 OF SE/4
LYING W OF NW 22 CT & N OF NW
52 PL IN 6-8-15 46/367-368
-- - - --


1.030AC PHILMAN KEITH L & I J
NW/4 OF NW/4 OR 63 PG 58
149/491


40.000AC


585 070815-00000007-0000 HX 284.35
GOOLSBY RICHARD 5.OOOAC
E/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OF NE/4
39/247 98/407 125/195 131/
420 287/465 287/466 287/467

586 070815-00000015-0000 HX 195.62
BLANKS FREDERICK E 5.OOOAC
W/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4 OF NE/4
85/547 & 548 97/327 156/370
166/56 UTILITY EASEMENT 168/

587 070815-00000018-0021 HX 1,112.61
WARD JENNIFER A & 5.000AC
E/2 OF S/2 OF E/2 OF SE/4 OF
SW/4 LESS RD R/W 93/514
PIPELINE EASEMENT 205/174 224/

588 070815-00000020-0000 HX 369.62
COX RANDY KILE 14.700AC
SE/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 & E/2 OF
SW/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 OR 80 PG
119 81/269 89/ 192 & 482 LESS

589 070815-01420000-0010 968.46
COOPER PHILLIP E & KATHLEEN B 2.250AC
TRACT 1 MTS & BDS DESC UNREC
SUBD 82/514 236/51 237/161
UTIL EASEMENT 243/526 UTIL

590 070815-01420000-0020 924.99
COOPER PHILLIP E & KATHLEEN B 2.300AC
TRACT 2 MTS & BDS DESC UNREC
SUBD 81/600 104/401 236/55
237/161 UTIL EASEMENT 243/526

591 070815-01420000-0050 HX 195.62
WILLIAMS MELISSA L 4.340AC
TRACT 5 CONT 2 AC DESC IN MTS
& BDS DESC & TRACT 6 UNREC
SUBD DESC AS COM AT NW/C OF

592 070815-01420000-0070 HX 1,248.57
CASELLA CHERYL C 3.030AC
TRACTS 7 & S/2 OF 8 UNREC SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS 74/326 &
626 236/689 TAX DEED 2005/2505

593 070815-01420000-0100 558.28 -
BEFORD LEONARD A & MELISSA L 2.670AC
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4 OF
7-8-15 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
N LNOF SE/4 OF SW/4 S 89 DEG E

594 070815-02290000-OOOC 212.03
TRAIL CARL M 5.000AC
PARCEL C DESC AS COM AT NW/C
OF 7-8-15 AS PT OF REF GO S
15 FT GO E 45 FT TO POB CONT

595 070815-02290000-0010 65.24
TRAIL CHARLIE D 10.000AC
TRACT 1 CONT 9.33 AC DESC AS
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4 OF NW/4
OF 7-8-15 AS POB GO E 503.27


59 6080891-00000003-0050 HX') '195.62 ' ""*1 '* I
MONTGOMERY DENNIS : ' 'l$ 0I00AC '
S 3/4 OF E/2 OF' E/4 OF NW1/4
ALSO INCLUDING EASEMENT
105/299 2006/477

597 080815-00000004-0000 HX 407.33
MOORE MICHAEL D & TAMMY R 11.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF S/2 OF NW/4 OF
8-8-15 AS POB GO E 1320 FT GO
S 363 FT GO W 1320 FT GO N

598 170815-00000004-0012 1,030.80
ANDERSON JOE , 5.000AC
E/2 OF W/2 OF S/2 OF S/2 OF
S/2 OF NW/4 DB 15/596 209/20
UTIL EASEMENT 213/398 2002/

599 180815-00000014-0000 2,095.68
REEDER ROBT & BRENDA 20.000AC
N/2 OF SW/4 OF SW/4

600 180815-00000027-0000 114.48
BARISAS ROBERT F & LINDA 1.250AC
W/2 OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF NW/4
OF NW/4 119/369-371 125/502
AKA PART LOT 4 J E THOMAS EST

601 180815-0073000A-0130 379.43
DELEONARDO JOSEPH G & 1.020AC
LOT 13 DESTIN UNREC SUBD
62/639 & 640 82/145 113/574
PIPELINE EASEMENT 209/635

602 180815-02240000-0040 HX 273.21
HIT JASON M & TINA M . 1.000AC
LOT 4 SUWANNEE RIVER OAKS SUBD
168/138 UTIL EASEMENT 177/67 &
632 193/640 193/641 201/269

603 190815-00000001-0020 1,065.09
BOSTON MARK R 10.010AC
COM AT NE/C OF 19-8-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF NE/4 OF
SEC 19 S 89 DEG W 719.96 FT TO

604 190815-00000013-0000 1,561.30
KLAUS KAREN 9.880AC
PCL 4 DESC AS BEG AT NE/C OF
SW/4 OF NE/4 GO S 330 FTAS
POB GO W 1304 FT GO S 330 FT

605 190815-00000013-0040 2,416.62
COATS SYLVIA DIANE 5.780AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF NE/4
OF 19-08-15 AS POR THENCE RUN
S 22 FT THENCE RUN W 392 FT


606 190815-00000015-0011 867.09
SMITH SHELLEY D & JAMES RANDY
E/2 OF N/2 OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF
NE/4 184/220 UTIL EASEMENT
232/71 2004/2260 2006/6917


5.000AC


607 190815-05800000-0070 '540.57
ROACH ROBERT EUGENE 1.080AC
LOT 7 WOODLAND ACRES UNREC
PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS CONT
1.08 AC 158/554 UTLY EASEMT

608 190815-05800000-0090 372.87
YOUNG RONNY M 1.080AC
LOT 9 WOODLAND ACRES OF THE
UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS
MTS & BDS DESC CONT 1.08


609 190815-05800000-0150


, I rl U lkavft 1, IVIA 1 0, Ivit% I I J, lvlt,% I Z-A., d,.Vvu


l l+Y/ +D


546.55


534 320715-00000012-0000


571.68


559 050815-03600002-0150


323.15


584 060815-00000007-0000


163.72










SePction . PRe ~Six


GILCHRIST COUNTY JOURNAL


THURSDAY, MAY 8, MAY 15, MAY 22, 2008


WOOD DONNIE ALEX & 1.140AC
LOT 15 WOODLAND ACRES OF THE
UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS
SUBD CONT 1.14 AC DESC IN MTS

610 190815-05800000-0160 212.95
SPIRIT CHRISTINE 1.1OOAC
LOT 16 WOODLAND ACRES OF AN
UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS
CONT 1.10 AC 95/50 136/164

611 190815-05800000-0170 421.34
SPIRIT DON C & 2.020AC
LOTS 17 & 18 WOODLAND ACRES OF,
AN UNREC PLAT OF HARVEY JARVIS
95/50 136/164 136/166 UTIL

612 200815-00000002-0000 1,439.17
WEBSTER LIBBY 10.000AC
W/2 OF E/2 OF NW/4 OF NE/4
103/284 123/184 2002/5916
2006/3284 2007/537 2007/1364

613 200815-00000005-0020 HX 613.16
BARNES DANIEL A & NICOLE H 5.000AC
FOR POB COM AT SE/C OF S/4 OF
E/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4 OF SEC
THENCE RUN N 89 DEG W ALG S LN -

614 200815-00000007-0000 2,095.68
DAVIS WOODROW & MARSHA 20.000AC
W/2 OF NW/4 OF NE/4 22/23
163/661-662 206/90 246/478
2001/399 2001/655 2001/1550

615 290815-02270000-0040 HX 707.10 "
MCCASKEY IRMA JEAN 5.530AC
PARCEL 4 BRADLAND UNREC SUBD
CONT 5.53 AC DESC IN MTS &
BDS COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF

616 290815-02270000-0070 324.32
THOMPSON JAMES A & THELMA L 8.210AC
LOT 7 BRADLAND UNREC SUBD CONT
8.21 AC 174/436 196/78 196/80
2004/2203

617 300815-00370000-0430 HX 742.04
KAZEE ERIC & CYNTHIA 0.500AC
LOTS 43 & 56 KUSHMERADDIT
49/530 76/357 80/352 TAX DEED
87/71 113/176 128/557

618 300815-00370000-0670 717.63
ARNOLD CHRISTINE M 0.250AC
LOT 67 KUSHMER ADDIT TO BELL
256/333 2001/3231 2002/472
2002/712

619 300815-00370000-0700 HX 1,145.61
SUTTON LARRY & MARY ANN 0.500AC
LOTS 70 & 77 KUSHMER ADD TO
BELL 99/396 124/582 126/47
128/287 150/534 201/205-206

620 300815-00370000-0760 134.85
BROWN THOMAS 0.250AC
LOT 76 KUSHMERADDIT TO BELL
101/628 104/636-637 113/99

621 300815-00370000-0800 134.85
ARNOLD ALFRED D 0.250AC
LOT 80 KUSHMER ADDIT TO BELL
256/333 2001/3231 2002/472
2002/712

622 300815-00370000-0940 237.29
CHAPMAN WILLIAM 0.470AC
LOTS 94 & 95 KUSHMER ADDIT TO
BELL 2007/2319

623 300815-00910000-0130 961.49
KENT JOSHUA 5.000AC
LOT 13 RIDGEVIEW SUBDIVISION
CONT 5 AC 134/36 267/470
2000/3900 2000/3903 UTIL EASE-

624 310815-00000001-0010 1,708.28
THOMAS DAVID A 8.720AC
COM AT SE/C OF NW/4 OF NE/4
OF 31-08-15 FOR POB THENCE
RUN ON S LN OF NW/4 OF NE/4 N

625 310815-0000Q005-0010 1,329.76
SANDERS ROBERT LAVERNE 3.010AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF NW/4
FOR POR THENCE GO S 00 DEG W
1318.64 FT THENCE GO S 89 DEG

626 310815-00000005-0085 HX 387.48
HERRIN BENITA REGAY. 3.020AC
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4
31-8-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
W LN OF SE/4 OF NW/4 S 30 FT

627 310815-02680000-0050 1,841.89
SERRANO VIRGILIO & MARIA H 0.910AC
LOT 5 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 74/310 123/576-577 235/
301 244/252 247/317 259/621

628 310815-02680000-0070 431.92
HERRIN BENITA REGAY 1.040AC
LOT 7 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 259/621 259/626 2003/
3773 2003/4597

629 310815-02680000-0210 HX 754.62
DAVIS BRAD DEAN & TONYA LYNN 0.910AC
LOT 21 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 74/215 123/575 & 578
234/352 235/301 247/317 259/

630 310815-02680000-0230 431.92
DORNEVIL ERIC 0.9 10AC
LOT 23 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 74/215 123/575 & 578
234/352 235/301 247/317 259/


631 310815-02680000-0240 HX 194.60
MKUU SAID & BHAI MKUU AKA 0.890AC
LOT 24 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.89 AC 74/215 123/575 & 578 -
234/352 235/301 247/317 259/

632 310815-02680000-0280 431.92
DORNEVIL ERIC 0.910AC �
LOT 28 SANDERS OAKS SUBD CONT
.91 AC 74/310 123/576-577 235/
301 244/252 247/317 259/621

633 310815-02950000-0010 HX 1,251.36
COTTE MARGARITA R 1.010AC
LOT I CUSTOM ESTATES 74/109
75/606 235/301 UTIL EASEMENT
250/16 247/317 259/109 296/243


634 310815-02950000-0040 932.18
WATSON W R & EILEEN TRUSTEES 0.750AC
LOT 4 CUSTOM ESTATES 74/109
75/606 235/301 UTIL EASEMENT
250/16 247/317 259/109 296/243

635 320815-00000006-0000 867.09
JOHNSTON JAMES H JR 5.000AC
COM ON W BDY LN OF SEC 172 FT
S OF SW COR OF NW/4 OF SW/4 &
GO E 330 FT GO N PARALLEL WITH

636 050915-00000001-0020 464.15
QUALITY CEMENT FINISHING INC 87.260AC
N/2 OF NE/4 & ALSO COM AT
NE/C OF SE/4 OF NE/4 OF
5-9-15 FOR A POB GO W 1307.22

637 050915-00940000-0050 HX 880.21
PELTO JOHN R & LISA A GLOVER 10.200AC
TRACT 5 SANTA FE RANCHETTES
CONT 10.20 AC 98/476 188/291
UTILITY EASEMENT 188/659 255/

638 050915-00940000-0120 HX 794.65
RAJCZI KATHERINE A & 11.020AC
LOT 12 SANTA FE RANCHETTS LG
METES & BDS DESC 11.02 AC
95/546 215/600 217/731 288/557

639 050915-00940000-0201 454.07
HOLLEY SCOTT L & DEANNA E 10.OOOAC
S 660 FT OF W 660 FT OF TRACT
20 SANTA FE RANCHETTES CONT 10
AC 98/77 107/107 187/542 187/

640 050915-01050000-0260 2,168.47
MORIN DONALD F 6.320AC
LOT 26 FLYING HARNESS FARMS
CONT 6.32 AC BEING IN SECT 7
& 8-9-15 109/567-568 110/ 442

641 050915-02080000-0040 1,660.11
SJOHOLM KAREN LOUISE & GARDERE
20.030AC
PARCEL 4 DEERWOOD FARMS SUBD
CONT 20.03 AC 162/176

642 060915-00000004-0001 1,261.08
FUQUAY WILLIAM STUART & 7.940AC
TRACT 4 DESC AS BEG AT NW/C
6-9-15 & RUN ON N LN OF SEC 6
N 88 DEG E 37.92 FT TO E R/W

643 060915-00000004-0041 HX 382.96
GOMEZ NELLY G 1.440AC
COM AT NW/C OF 6-9-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG N LN OF SEC 6
N 88 DEG E 37.92 FT TO E R/W

644 070915-00000004-0040 65.24
MARTIN HUGH & RITA 10.000AC
COMAT SW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
7-9-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF NW/4 OF SW/4 N 88 DEG

645 070915-05250000-0030 1,359.70
STANSBERRY DONALD 5.000AC
LOT 3 OF REPLAT OF LOTS 27 &
28 OF GIL CREST FARM SUBD
CONT 5 AC 145/546 UTILITY

646 080915-00750000-0080 HX 522.11
HODGE BRYAN 10.130AC
LOT 8 -17-9-15- GIL CREST
FARM. SUBD OR 78/275 160/59
256/326 267/84 272/184 UTIL


647 080915-00750000-0241 2,121.84
CARACHI GODWIN & SKOTIS KATINA
S/2 OF LOT 24 GIL CREST FARMS
SUBD 91/376 & 377 101/26
113/388 161/148 163/247 2007/


5.000AC


648 080915-00750000-0420 2,043.62
SCOTT BARBARA 7.160AC
S/2 OF LOT 42 GIL CREST FARMS
SUBD DESC IN MTS & BDS DESC
CONT 7.164 AC 79/642 129/52

649 080915-01240000-0110 1,701:79
MYRICK JAMES R II & LEAH M 10.OOOAC
LOT 11 TROTTER FARMS SUBD
BEING IN 8-9-15 CONT 10 AC
137/99 245/538 263/68 2002/

650 080915-01240000-0120 1,701.79
MYRICK JAMES R & JAYNE M 10.OOOAC
LOT 12 TROTTER FARMS SUBD
BEING IN 8-9-15 CONT 10 AC
147/56 154/23 171/454 196/48

651 080915-01240000-0240 HX 131.05
TRUMBLEY IOLA N 5.OOOAC
LOT 24 TROTTER FARMS SUBD
BEING IN 5-9-15 & 8-9-15 CONT
5 AC 145/563 226/005 UTIL

652 080915-07520000-b010 HX 195.62
WILLIAMS AMELIA & ROBERT JAMES 11.560AC
LOT 1 OF REPLAT OF LOTS 32 &
33 GIL CREST FARM SUBD 96/53 &
313 186/48 233/001 282/518

653 080915-07530000-0020 1,194.88
O'BRIEN JOHN B & 5.Q00AC
W/2 OF LOT 26 GIL CREST FARM
77/392 UTIL EASEMENT 138/677
173/421 221/468 2005/525

654 170915-00000004-0030 911.98
SLAUGHTER RICKY C 5.OOOAC
N/2 OF COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF
17-9-15 FOR POR AND RUN ALG S
LN OF AFORESAID SEC 17 N 89

655 170915-01200000-0010 1,426.94
DENNIS JAMES N & SARAH J 9.640AC
LOT 1 OF REPLAT OF LOTS 9, 10
& 11 GIL CREST FARM SUBD CONT
9.64 AC 138/275-246/659 263/68

656 170915-01200000-0030 1,618.36
DENNIS JAMES N & SARAH J 9.640AC
LOT 3 OF REPLAT OF LOTS 9, 10
& 11 OF GIL CREST FARM SUBD
CONT 9.64 AC 138/277 220/442


657 180915-00000007-0000 HX
PHILMAN KELLY J & CHERRI
SE/4 OF NW/4 DB 1/408 & 470
PIPELINE EASEMENT 202/292
204/358 2001/3069 ORDER OF


195.62
40.OOOAC


658 200915-00000003-0005 HX 3,319.59
JORDAN RHONDA SANTERFEIT 5.OOOAC
W I AC OF E 10.01 AC OF NW/4


OF NE/4 & COM AT NE/C OF NW/4
OF NE/4 20-9-15 FOR POR THENCE

659 200915-00000007-10000 HX 195.62
CANNON DIDYMUS RAY & 2.500AC
COM AT NE CORNER OF SW/4 OF
NW/4 OF 20-9-15 FOR POR THENCE
RUN ON N LN OF SW/4 OF NW/4 S

660 210915-00000002-0020 98.06
ROGERS VANCE ALLEN 20.000AC
N/2 OF NE/4 OF NW/4 OF SEC
61/682 72/9 EASEMENT 75/511
106/517-518 122/331 & 651 271/

661 210915-00000002-0021 136.63
ROGERS VANCE ALLEN 46.000AC
SW/4 OF NW/4 OF SEC & ALSO N
228 FT OF NW/4 OF'SW/4 OF SEC
61/682 72/9 EASEMENT 75/511

662 290915-00000011-0010 65.24
HODGE PHILLIP B & SYLVIA 0 10.OOOAC
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF NW/4
29-9-15 FOR POB THENCE RUNALG
N LN OF SE/4 OF NW/4 N 89 DEG

663 300915-00000003-0000 87.44
BARRON NATHAN D 16.760AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OF
30-9-15 FOR POB THENCE RUN ALG
N LN OF NE/4 OF SE/4 N 89 DEG

664 300915-00000003-0020 HX 435.67
BARRON NATHAN D & KASSIE R 5.160AC
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF 30-9-15
OF A PT OF REFERENCE THENCE
RUN ALG E LN OF SAID SEC 30 S

665 031015-00000008-0000 1,574.20
EDWARDS MICHAEL 5.000AC
BEG AT SE/C OF SW/4 OF SE/4
GO N 621.09 FT TO NRLY EDGE
OF ACL RR R/W GO S 45 DEG W

666 091015-00000007-0060 HX 208.51
WILLIAMS JACK L 5.130AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF SE/4
9-10-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
N LN OF SW/4 OF SE/4 S 89 DEG

667 091015-01080000-0250 HX 1,388.37
WARNER MATTHEW & 0.370AC
LOTS 25 & 26 PINES ESTATES
114/565 127/433 245/527 2003/
3295 2004/2314 2005/1826-1828

668 091015-01080000-0370 HX 736.52
DEETER TONYA K
LOTS 37 & 40 PINES ESTATES
SUBD 114/565 127/433 245/527
293/233 2000/1606 2000/1704

669 091015-01080000-0450 665.13
SANTER CLAUDE 0.540AC
LOTS 45 46 & 47 PINES ESTATES
SUBD 114/565 127/433 245/527
293/233 2000/1606 2000/1704


670 091015-01080000-0480 450.63
SANTER CLAUDE 0.380AC
LOTS 48 & 49 PINES ES'ATES '
114/565 127/433 245/527
2000/1606 2003/2209 2004/1591

671 091015-01080000-0500 236.12
SANTER CLAUDE 0.180AC
LOT 50 PINES ESTATES SUBD
114/565 127/433 245/527 274/
213 2003/5487 2004/3891-3893

672 091015-01080000-0680 236.12
HYPPOLITE HOMERE & JANISE 0.180AC
LOT 68 PINES ESTATES SUBD
32/44 42/582 136/185 164/27
185/213 251/340 2001/5489

673 091015-01080000-0690 HX 426.09
THOMAS JAMES R 0.360AC
LOTS 69 & 70 PINES ESTATES
SUBD 32/44 42/582 136/185 251/
340 2001/5489 2002/636 2002/

674 091015-01080000-0710 HX 719.60
MURPHY DANIEL F 0.360AC
LOTS 71 & 72 PINES ESTATES
SUBD 32/44 42/582 136/185 251/
340 2001/5489 2002/636 2005/

675 091015-01080000-0790 926.76
DAM PROPERTIES LLP 0.360AC
LOTS 79 & 110 PINE ESTATES
SUBD 32/44 42/582 136/185
164/28 222/567 230/003 2002/

676 091015-01080000-0830 236.12
LUCAS DEBRA DENISE 0.180AC
LOT 83 PINES ESTATES SUBD
32/44 42/582 136/185 2001/1704
2002/3640

677 091015-01080000-0840 HX 86.87
LUCAS DEBRA DENISE 0.360AC
LOTS 84 & L05 PINE ESTATES
SUBD 32/44 42/582 125/598
136/185 187/517 292/57

678 091015-01080000-1040 236.12
MEDIAN PROPERTIES & 0.180AC
LOT 104 PINES ESTATES SUBD 32/
44 42/582 125/598 136/185
194/39 280/206 2004/3208 2004/

679 091015-01080000-1060 236.12
LUCAS DEBRA DENISE 0.180AC
LOT 106 PINES ESTATES SUBD
125/598 2002/3639 2002/3640

680 091015-01080000-1220 HX 357.54
THOMAS ELMER & HELENA 0.360AC
LOTS 122 & 123 PINES ESTATES
SUBD 125/598 188/323 2001/1704
2001/1705


681 091015-01080000-1250
DAM PROPERTIES LLP
LOT 125 PINES ESTATES SUBD
127/433 164/22 292/571 2000/
3152 2005/2837


619.51
0.180AC


682 091015-01080000-1260 HX 318.16
HAGAN ROBERT VAN SR TRUSTEE 0.180AC
LOT 126 PINES ESTATES SUBD
127/433 154/300 175/513 175/
564 2000/2500 2000/2785 2001/


683 091015-01080000-1330


DOWNS CHARLES & JACKIE 0
LOT 133 PINES ESTATES SUBD
114/565 127/433 206/455 206/
459 206/461 2007/85


684 091015-01080000-1410
DAM PROPERTIES LLP
LOT 141 EAST PINES ESTATES
SUB 114/565 122/436 123/438
127/433 140/63 142/675 180/401


0.180AC


537.24
0.180AC


685 091015-01080000-1480 774.12
WILKS JERRY C 0.190AC
LOT 148 PINE ESTATE SUBD
115/137 127/433 198/172 2004/
1671 2004/1671 2006/1726

686 091015-01080000-1490 732.49
DA M PROPERTIES LLP 0.190AC
LOT 149 PINE ESTATES SUBD
114/ 565 124/133 127/433 187/
414 2003/854 2005/2337 2006/

687 091015-01080000-1510 653.10
BERG JOHN 0.380AC
LOTS 151 & 152 PINES ESTATES
114/565 124/136 127/433 128/
77 132/308 158/616 162/220

688 111015-02370000-0010 HX 768.38
MCKOY KEITH 5.000AC
LOT 1 OAK HOLLOW NORTH CONT 5
AC 183/540 & 542 199/216
285/509 285/511 285/513 287/

689 111015-02370000-0070 680.43
HIGHLAND TERRENCE I 5.000AC
LOT 7 OAK HOLLOW NORTH SUBD
176/674 2005/6183 2005/6184

690 111015-02370000-0280 665.47
RIVERA MARCELINO MATOS 5.000AC
LOT 28 OAK HOLLOW NORTH SUBD
CONT 5 AC 183/548 2007/4564

691 111015-02370000-0380 HX 1,299.18
BLANKS JIMMY L 5.000AC
LOT 38 OAK HOLLOW NORTH SUBD
CONT 5 AC 183/554 199/216 246/
296 247/466 2000/4081 2005/961

692 111015-02370000-0420 HX 731.43
BEST CHUCK E & PATRICIA A 5.010AC
LOT 42 OAK HOLLOW NORTH CONT
5.05 AC 183/556 & 558 199/216
229/57 245/62 245/417,277/102

693 151015-00000001-0062 5,931.97
MATHERS PROPERTIES INC 0.560AC
COM AT SW/C OF LOT 6 TRENTON
26 EAST 1 ST ADDIT FOR POR SAID
PT BEING ON NORTHERLY R/W LN.

694 151015-00000001-0091 2,823.04
BOHN WARREN W & 10.070AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF SW/4
15-10-15 FOR POB THENCE RUN N
1074.15 FT THENCE RUN S 77 DEG


695 151015-00000001-0092 5,177.21
TRENTON COMMERCIAL PARK LLC ' .240AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF SW/4
15-10-14 FOR POR THENCE RUN N
01 DEG W 768.62 FT TO POB

696 151015-02490000-0010 4,906.48
NAPA AUTO PARTS INC 3.390AC
LOT 1 TRENTON 26 EAST SUBD
CONT 3.42 AC 71/96 82/445
106/171 162/202 219/526 229/

697 151015-02490000-0030 2,219.48
VALDES OSCAR & WILLIAM TERRY 3.420AC
LOT 3 TRENTON 26 EAST SUBD
CONT 3.42 AC 71/96 82/445
106/171 162/202 219/526


698 161015-00000002-0000 1,367.13
SOUTHERN TRUSS INC 2.100AC
COM AT SW/C OF NE/4 16-10-15
FOR POR THENCE RUN N 01 DEG E
2213.15 FT THENCE RUN S 89 DEG

699 161015-00000013-0000 778.61
NEESE JOHN F & DONNA 0.450AC
BEG AT PT 668 FT N OF SW/C OF
SE/4 OF NE/4 OF 16-10-15 GO N
100 FT GO E 200 FT GO S 100

700 161015-00000015-0000 879.00
CHARLES PUI LAM LEUNG 0.850AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF NE/4 OF
16-10-15 & RUN ON S EN OF SAID
SE/4 OF NE/4 N 87 DEG E 682.49

701 161015-00000016-0000 2,369.38
CHARLES PUI LAM LEUNG
COM AT SE COR OF SE/4 OF NE
/4 GO W 330 FT TO POB GO N
210 FT W 100 FTS 210 FT & E

702 161015-00000017-0000 1,268.15
LAWSON PAUL DAVID & 0.410AC
COM 518 FT N OF SW COR OF ,
SE/4 OF NE/4 RUN N & S 150 FT
E& W200 FTOR9 PG 159

703 161015-00000031-0000 1,478.73
JENKINS WILTON EUGENE JR 0.460AC
BEG AT NW COR OF SE/4 OF
16-10-15 RUN E 1116 FT TO POB
GO S 258 FT GO E 100 GO N 258

704 161015-00000033-0010 2,998.29
SCR TRUST 1.130AC-
COM AT NE/C OF SE/4 AS PT OF
REF GO N 87 DEG W ALONG N LN
OF SE/4 210 FT GO S 01 DEG W

705 161015-00000037-0000 HX 86.87
APONE TANYA L 0.110AC
BEG AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF
16-10-15 THENCE RUN S 551 FT
ALG W LN OF NW/4 OF SE/4

706 161015-00000045-0000 HX 216.95
ODER GARY L 0.420AC
COM AT SW COR OF SW/4 OF NE
/4 RUN ALG W BDRY LN OF SW/4
OF NE/4 N 1000 FT THENCE E 36

707 161015-00000048-0000 HX 86.87
DEWEES KASSIE L HOLDER ET AL 0.250AC
COM AT PT 492 N & 606 FT E OF
SW/C OF SW/4 OF NE/4 AS
POB CONT E 112 FT N 100 FT W


708 161015-00000048-0010 HX
HOLDER RAYMOND & LESSIE
COM AT PT 492 FT N & 606 FT E
OF SW/C OF SW/4 OF NE/4 AS
POB CONT E 112 FT GO N 200 FT


86.87
0.250AC


709 161015-00000049-0000 1,045.89
JORDAN RHONDA S & 0.520AC
COM AT PT 492 FT N & 718 FT E
OF SW COR OF SW/4 OF NE/4 FOR
POB CONT E 113 FT GO N 200 FT

710 161015-00000053-0000 2,022.00
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL 0.440AC
COM AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
SAID PT BEING THE INTERSECTION
OF W R/W LN OF NE SEVENTH ST

711 161015-00000054-0000 863.57
SOUTHERN TRUSS INC 0.500AC
COM AT PT 580 FT W OF NE COR
OF NW/4 OF NE/4 RUN S 148 FT
W 297 FT & RUN IN NEARLY DIREC

712 161015-00(00073-0000 964.93
PARRISH TERRY & RONDA
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4
OF 16-10-15 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ONN LN OF SE/4 S 89 DEG E 580

713 161015-00000075-0000 790.97
PARRISH TERRY D & RONDAA 0.240AC
BEG AT PT 580 FT E OF NW/ COR
OF SE/4 OF SW/4 GO S 100 FT
GO E 105 FT GO N 100 FT GO W

714 161015-00000076-0000 HX 210.84
PARRISH L R & HELEN 0.650AC
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF SW/4
OF 16-10-15 FOR POR THENCE
RUN ON N LN OF SE/4 OF SW/4 S

715 161015-00000094-0000 613.46
WRIGHT PATRICIA G TRUSTEE 0.390AC
COM AT CENTER OF 16-10-15 FOR
A PT OF REF GO S ALONG CENTER
LINE 660 FT GO E 240 FT TO

716 161015-00000095-0000 331.91
ROBINSON RILLA WILLIAMS & 0.390AC
COM AT CENTER OF 16-10-15 FOR
A PT OF REF GO S ALONG CENTER
LINE 660 FT GO E 411.25 FT TO

717 161015-0038000A-0230 HX 86.87
JOT LLC 0.110AC
LOT 23 BLK AANDREWS-COLEMAN
SUBD 123/449 201/207-211 2000/
579 2001/3247 2001/5511 2003/

718 161015-0038000A-0380 1,243.23
DALCHAND SAKICHAND 0.110AC
LOT 38 BLK A COLEMAN & ANDREWS
SUBD 122/214-217 129/563 144/
246 165/58 185/560 185/561

719 161015-0038000B-0030 783.04
DISHMAN CHARLES V & MURNA L 0.680AC
LOTS 3 4 5 49 50 51 BLK B
COLEMAN & ANDREWS SUBD
9-10-15 51/53 88/72 In -3''

720 161015-0038000C-0070 844.29
TOOKE MARK 0.240AC
LOTS 7-8 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 63/527 79/566
105/124 124/118 263/229 2000/

721 161015-0038000C-0190 . 567.48
CASTOR PATRICK A & SANDRA 0.240AC
LOTS 19 & 20 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 85/638 90/306
107/394 108/300 232/468 232/

722 161015-0038000C-0210 160.77
JOUVENAS SANDRA 0.120AC
LOT 21 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 108/175 125/356
2002/5496

723 161015-0038000C-0220 HX 383.37
JOUVENAS SANDRA 0.120AC
LOT 22 BLK C COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 91/480 & 482
125/303 2002/5496

724 161015-0038000D-0050 294.86
HIGGINBOTHAM ROSS 0.240AC
LOTS 5 & 6 BLK D COLEMAN &
ANDREWS SUBD 106/684 110/277
115/129 120/327 120/459 182/

725 161015-0038000D-0070 HX 86.87
BROWN MARGARET& THOMAS DAVID E
0.120AC
LOT 7 BLK D ANDREWS-COLEMAN
SUBD 9-10-15 165/433 167/84

726 161015-00390000-0080 885.59
MASON JESSICA 0.540AC
LOTS 8 & 9 RACHELSON UNREC
SUBD DESC'IN 8/234 & 303 ALSO
A STRIP OF LAND 10 FT X 189 FT

727 161015-00400009-0030 1,038.97
JOHNSON & SON LAND 0.340AC
LOT 3 BLK 9 PIEDMONT SUBD DB
17/531 208/227 216/392 216/393
216/394 244/413 2003/1823

728 161015-00400015-0040 2,091.26
LEE CURTIS & HEIDI MOSHER 0.340AC
LOT 4 BLK 15 PIEDMONT SUBD
108/528 110/589-591 146/460
261/463 273/182 2000/1186

729 161015-00400016-0010 HX 1,147.80
REEVES DAVID C & JEANINE L 0.340AC
LOT 1 BLK 16 PIEDMONT SUBD OR
54/667 61/16 67/250 121/289
121/442 214/314 214/522 248/

730 161015-00400018-0030 HX 86.87
CANNON DELL R II 0.380AC


LOT 3 BLK 18 PIEDMONT SUBD
82/70 188/428 234/242 288/266
296/273
=- - - - -- ----=--- --- - -
731 161015-0041000V-0010 393.87
STANLEY TIMOTHY L 0.210AC
LOT 1 & S 35 FT OF LOT 2 BLK V
BEACH ADDIT 138/541 148/696
149/100 282/410-414 2002/3534

732 161015-0041000V-0020 1,529.34
STANLEY TIM 0.180AC
N 5 FT OF LOT 2 & LOT 3 &


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S 20 FT OF LOT 4 BLK V BEACH
ADDIT 138/541 148/696 149/100

733 161015-0041000V-0040 368.12
STANLEY TIMOTHY L 0.190AC
N 20 FT OF LOT 4 & LOT 5 &
S 10 FT OF LOT 6 BLK V BEACH
ADDIT 138/541 148/696 149/100

734 161015-0042000E-0010 1,079.60
WILLIAMS PATRICIA ANN & RILLA 0.340AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK E B F WILLIAMS
(100'X 150') 193/335 2000/
1964

735 161015-0042000E-0030 186.62
WILLIAMS W J MRS FRANCES 0.510AC
LOTS 3 7 8 BLK E B F WILLIAMS
SUBD DB 6/127 4/441 135/117
193/335

736 161015-00430006-0020 HX 1,226.87
BACOM LOLAL 0.170AC
LOT 2 BLK 6 HOLMES 2ND ADDI
TION OR 65 PG 241 & OR 69 PG
352 128/344 137/557 2000/3178

737 161015-00440000-0100 HX 957.14
TROWBRIDGE RONALD 0.250AC
LOT 10 AYERS ESTATES 55/693
76/624 86/431 120/347 121/462
133/246 231/210 231/235 245/

738 161015-00440000-0340 616.78
FLETCHER LEONARD V 0.220AC
LOT 34 AYERS ESTATE SUBD 56/
197 68/31 80/169 90/671 171/
459 171/461 226/357 252/408

739 161015-00440000-0350 503.33
WEAVER CARLIE & TAMMY '0.220AC
LOT 35 AYERS ESTATES SUBD
56/197 68/31 80/169 90/671
156/523 253/426

740 161015-00440000-0530 HX 164.35
BISCHOFF ROBERT T 0.220AC
LOT 53 AYERS EST SUBD 80/169
123/71 141/216 160/230 175/32
183/61 224/226

741 161015-00440000-0610 1,179.56
MATHERS PROPERTIES INC 0.420AC
LOTS 61 & 62 AYERS ESTATES
SUBD 124/460 216/278 217/001
219/28 236/280 276/253 289/523

* 742 161015-00440000-0670 767.00
ROBERTS HENRY 0.210AC
LOT 67 AYERS EST 50/459
57/228 63/636 64/344 211/407
2006/1342 2006/1343 2006/1610

743 161015-00440000-0760 HX 289.48
MOREHOUSE RICHIE ALLEN & 0.430AC
LOTS 76 & 77 AYERS ESTATES
48/81 81/588 & 567 46/236
97/107 101/238 122/406 174/04

744 161015-00440000-0890 553.98
MASON BILLIE M & CHARLES 0.320AC
W/2 OF 89 & LOT-9O.AYERS-EST
102/122 127/285 265/633 270/
651

745 161015-00440000-0910 583.58
NER TRUST 0.210AC
.LOT 91 AYERS ESTATES SUBD
141/145 247/676 279/111

746 1610.15-00440000-1190 HX 86.87
BOWMAN CLAUDE RJR& 0.210AC
LOT 119 AYERS ESTATES SUBD
TAX DEED 244/611 246/370
279/309 2003/4698

747 161015-00440000-1340 HX 204.78
LINDSEY MARIE L ET AL .0.210OAC
LOT 134 AYERS EST SUBD 53/430
258/451 258/453 258/496 2006/
778

748 161015-00440000-1350 HX 821.11
DYE LUANN E 0.210AC
LOT 135 AYERS ESTATES 47/71
51/320-321 58/637 65/673-674
84/507 97/457 108/693 155/349 �

749 161015-00470002-0010 1,688.49
JOHNSON MAC C & 0.410AC
LOTS 1 4 5 BLK 2 ROGERS &
JONES ADDIT DEED BOOK 16/568
28/162 LESS THE S 24 FT OF .

750 161015-00470002-0070 32.60
COARSEY ROBERT & CARLA 0.140AC
LOT 7 BLK 2 ROGERS & JONES
ADDIT 80/72 101/368 185/14
249/98 249/99 252/189 270/24

751 161015-00470002-0100 43.60
COARSEY ROBERT & CARLA 0.280AC
LOTS 10 & 11 BLK 2 ROGERS &
JONES ADDIT 101/368 185/14
249/98 249/99 252/189 270/24

752 161015-00480002-0050 HX 86.87
KITCHENS EUGENE & ELLEN 0.230AC
LOT 5 BLK 2 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 95/433 96/184 VACATED
ALLEY 10 FT 97/294 123/588

753 161015-00480007-0010 887.67
TURNER RALPH J TRUSTEE 0.100AC
E/2 OF LOT 1 BLK 7 TRENTON
ORIGINAL SURVEY 145/524 196/
720 243/209 263/461 2000/1746

754 161015-00480009-0020 I-HX 713.68
CALDERON DALLAS C 0.230AC


LOT.2 BLK 9 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY OR 46 P 615 OR 71/230
91/668 98/406 VACATED ALLEY

755 161015-00480010-0011 1,356.76
TOOKE MARK T 0.120AC
W/2 OF LOT 1 LESS TRA OFF E
SIDE & ERLY 35 FT.OF LOT 2 &
EARLY 35 FT OF N/2 OF LOT 3 &

756 161015-00480010-0050 HX 700.07
FRIER SADIE MAE 0.230AC
LOT 5 & S/2 OF LOT 4 BLK 10
TRENTON ORIGINAL SURVEY 43/678
66/398 86/324 144/360 ALLEY

757 161015-00480022-0061 936.51


HATCH JAMES W 0.120AC
W/2 OF LOTS 6-7 BLK 22
TRENTON ORIGINAL SURVEY
52/410 124/129 130/604 LESS

758 161015-00480029-0030 1,333.16
MYERS WENDY 0.150AC
LOT 3 BLK 29 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY45/583 161/160 161/161
231/241 231/519 240/87 240/90

759 161015-00480032-0010 346.12
LEASOR CHARLENE J 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 32 TRENTON ORIG SURV
241/335 2004/3170

760 161015-00480032-0060 1,276.54
WILKERSON FRED 0.210 OAC
LOT 6 BLK 32 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 49/488 72/372 77/634
94/199 107/411 108/537

761 161015-00480037-0011 HX 86.87
MCGEE KATRINA MARIE 0.130AC
E/2 OF LOT 1 BLK 37 TRENTON
ORIG SURVEY 194/257 2001/4273
2001/4274 2001/4275

762 161015-00480044-0010 892.75
MCGEE JOHNNIE LEE ET AL 0.230AC
LOT 1 BLK 44 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 83/238

763 161015-00480044-0040 HX 113.54
SIMS HELEN G & LEVY A NORRIS 0.230AC
LOT 4 BLK 44 TRENTON ORIG
SURVEY 80/439 210/688 238/178
248/447 273/425

764 161015-00480045-0011 313.38
PERRY CHARLIE & PERRY HENRY 0.230AC
E/2 OF LOTS 1 & 4 BLK 45
TRENTON ORIGINAL SURVEY 2002/
421

765 16,1015-00480045-0020 225.67
RICHARDSON JOHNNY LEWIS & 0.320AC
LOT 2 BLK 45 & THAT PART OF
CHURCH ST LYING BETWEEN LOT 1
BLK 51 & LOT 2 BLK 45 TRENTON

766 161015-00480046-0040 241.62
PERRY CHARLIE 0.230AC
LOT 4 BLK 46 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 2002/421

767 161015-00480046-0050 241.62
WILSON GLEN R 0.230AC
LOT 5 BLK 46 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY PROBATE BOOK 31/320

768 161015-00480046-0060 401.40
BROWN LADONNA 0.320AC
LOT 6 BLK 46 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY & PART OF VACATED ST ON
N DB 9/233 57/597 120/673 214/


769 161015-00480047-0010


'403.61


MCGEE JIMMY & DENNIS MCGEE 0.230A
LOT 1 BLK 47 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY OR 73 PG 210 2000/2245 . , . ..
2000/2246 . ,, , . . ,


770 161015-00480050-0020 HX 537.72
WASHINGTON ELVERT L 0.500AC
LOTS 2-3 BLK 50 LESS R/W ON E
&/THAT PORTION OF FIRST AVE W
OF LOTS 2 & 3 BLK 50 TRENTON

771 161015-00480056-0010 241.62
MCGEE DENNIS & 0.230AC
LOT 1 BLK 56 TRENTON ORIGINAL
SURVEY 282/454 282/405 2000/.
1520

772 161015-00480060-0000 1,998.30'
STUBLEY CHARLES A 0.200AC
ALL OF FRACT BLK 60 & THAT
PART OF 1ST AVE SITUATED
BETWEEN THE S R/W. LN OF ACL

773 171015-00000006-0010 272.40
STUBLEY CHARLES A 0.450AC
ERLY 220 FT OF SE/4 OF NE/4
LYING BETWEEN SCL RR & ST RD
26 IN 17-10-15 27/359 143/248

774 171015-00000007-0000 4,441.85
PADOT DAVID & MARYANN 1.020AC
BEG AT NE COR OF SE/4 AS REF
PT GO S 00 DEG 54 MIN W 58 FT
TO PT ON SRLY R/W LN OF ST RD

775 171015-00000011-0020 2,095.68
WILKS JERRY CECIL 20.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF E/2 OF SW/4 OF
17-10-15 GO N 657 FT GO W
1325.54 FT GO S 657.50 FT GO

776 171015-00000028-0000 637.65
BROWN RODNEY & VICKY 2.000AC
BEG AT SW COR OF SW/4 OF SE
/4 GO ALG W LN N 02 DEG W
249.79 FT TO POB CONT N 02

777 171015-00000030-0000 HX 2,044.19
WILKS JERRY L & ARIENE LILLY 5.380AC
COM AT SW COR OF SW/4 OF SE
/4 GO ALG W LN OF SW/4 OF S
E/4 N 02 DEG W 947.72 FT GO N

778 171015-00000038-0000 1,671.70
MCDOUGAL M E INC 10.000AC
S/4 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 2005/2830 ,
2007/5242

779 171015-00000039-0000- 1,573.78
KIRK KEVIN BLAIR 3.720AC
COM AT NW/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4
AS POB GO S 352 FT GO E 529
FT GO N 250 FT GO W216 FT GO


780 171015-00490004-0010 HX 173.13
BROWN DEBRA L & ANNIE M BROWN
LOTS 1 2 & 3 BLK 4 WADE & BELL
ADDITION 119/177 239/251 253/
510 253/511 253/514 282/405


781 171015-00490004-0040 648.78
MCGEE DENNIS 0.220AC
LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 4 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 119/177 282/405 282/454
2000/1508 2006/636

782 171015-00490005-0010 495.16
LANE L J & MARIE 0.570AC
LOTS 1 2 & 3 BLK 5 WADE & BELL


0.340A(


ADDIT 216/448 238/436 238/437
282/405 282/454

783 171015-00490005-0050 203.38
LANEL J & MARIE 0.110AC
LOT 5 BLK 5 WADE & BELL ADDIT
216/448 282/405 282/454


784 171015-00490005-0070
CARTER WILLIE MERLE
LOTS 7 8 9 BLK 5 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 142/62 165/52 & 60 282/
405 282/454


785 171015-00490005-0100 HX
JACKSON LESSIE BEA 0.11
LOT 10 BLK 5 WADE & BELL
ADDITION 101/55 120/308 165/
634 166/112 176/651 282/405

786 171015-00490008-0040 20
MCGEE JIMMY & KATRINA
LOT 4 BLK 8 WADE & BELL SUBD
91/621 188/552 282/405 282/454
2003/5149 2003/6352

787 171015-00490008-0050 13
MCGEE KATRINA 0.110.
LOT 5 BLK 8 WADE & BELL
118/164 2007/3748


788 171015-00490008-0070
WILSON GLORIA 0.23
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 8 WADE & BELL
47/571 224/518 2004/3591


91.
0A


789 171015-00490008-0090 131.61
BEAVERS FLOYD & ELIZABETH 0.110AC
LOT 9 BLK 8 WADE & BELL SUBD
91/272 121/292 2004/977 2004/
1320

790 171015-00490008-0100 HX 757.01
STOKES JOHNNY & ROSE L 0.230AC
LOTS 10 & 11 BLK 8 WADE &
BELL ADDIT 45/13 52/200
121/292 214/392 238/96

791 171015-00490008-0120 '131.61
STOKES JOHNNY L 0.120AC
LOT 12 BLK 8 WADE & BELL 107/
669 2000/1564 2000/1844

792 171015-00490009-0050 862.55
MCQUEEN HILTON & LOUISE 0.230AC
LOTS 5-6 BLK 9 WADE & BELL
120/33

793 171015-00490009-0070 203.38
SIMS EDWARD E 0.120AC
LOT 7 BLK 9 WADE & BELL 129/
508 2002/858 2004/5138

794 171015-00490010-0030 662.78
YARRELL PAMELA WILSON . 0.230AC
LOTS 3 & 4 BLK 10 WADE & BELL
DEED BOOK 6/8 12/302 12/304
15/187 DEED BOOK 16/56 27/587


795 171015-00490011-0030 HX 362.40
LANE L J & MARIE , 0.230AC, ,.
) LOT 3 BLK 11 WADE <8).t,& , ' ,
LOT 4 BLK 11 WADE & BELL
45/615 136/113 282/405 282/454

796 171015-00490011-0090 313.38
LANE L J & MARIE 0.230AC
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 11 WADE &
BELL ADDITION 72/505 228/001
265/376 282/405 282/454 293/

797 171015-00490012-0030 HX 922.08
MCGEE JIMMY LEE & ELLA MAE 0.690A
LOTS 3 4 5 6 7 8 BLK 12 WADE
& BELL ADD 62/109
DISTRIBUTION EASEMENT 107/638

798 171015-00490014-0110 242.71
BROWN RENA EST 0.230AC
LOTS 11-12 BLK 14 WADE & BELL
OR 73/550


799 171015-00490015-0030
NEAL MARY ELLEN
LOT 3 BLK 15 WADE & BELL


131.61
0.110AC


800 171015-00490015-0070 593.25
MCGEE JIMMY & KATRINA 0.230AC
LOTS 7-8 BLK 15 WADE & BELL
92/408 2002/2444


801 171015-00490015-0090 354.
MCGEE KATRINA 0.110A
LOT 9 BLK 15 WADE & BELL 53/
286 TAX DEED 193/40 210/687
238/178 238/179 2000/3133

802 171015-00490017-0050 131.
MCGEE DENNIS 0.11 OAC
LOT 5 BLK 17 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 282/405 282/454

803 171015-00490017-0060 131.
HEATH WALTE1R MRS (CRESSIE)
LOT 6 BLK 17 WADE & BELL
2006/5178

804 171015-00490018-0070 408.
GASKINS KENNEFTH fl 022


LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 18 WADE & BELL
ADDIT 45/151 SUMMARY ADMINI-
STRATION CASE # 95-42 CP 239/

805 171015-00490019-0070 253.95
MCGEE KATRINA 0.220AC
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 19 WADE'& BELL
45/82 114/340 282/405 282/454
2003/1187


806 171015-00490019-0110 241
GASKINS KENNETH B 0.22
LOTS 11 & 12 BLK 19 WADE &
BELL SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION
C CASE #95-42CP 245/402 282/405


807 171015-00500000-0200 4
CRAWFORD DOUG W &
LOT 20 PINEWOOD SUBD 188/260
202/309-310 252/160 252/161
294/473


.62
0AC


428.63
0.400A


808 171015-00500000-0360 HX 1,450.8
SHINABERRY EUGENE & CRYSTAL (
LOT 36 PINEWOOD SUBD 49/257
62/506 117/596 238/687 290/522
2004/2028 2004/6389 2005/737


362.63
0.110AC


.25
C


809 171015-00510000-0010 HX 330.14
HEATON KENT EVERITT 0.340AC
LOT I SCHOFIELD BROTHERS SUBD
72/408 2002/4828 2002/4829
2002/4830 2005/4532 2006/536

810 171015-00510000-0030 HX 293.85
TROKE PAUL L 0.340AC
LOT 3 SCHOFIELD BROTHERS SUBD
72/408 2002/4828 2002/4829
2002/4830 2004/5048


811 171015-00510000-0060 384.63
- - HAMILL MICHAEL D & 0.340AC
414.46 LOT 6 SCHOFIELD BROTHERS SUBD
O1AC 50/24 61/13 71/413 77/626 107/
471 139/409 257/385 2000/1970

812 171015-00510000-0080 I-HX 641.15
- -= SECRET PATRICIA ANN 0.340AC
3.38 LOT 8 SCHOFIELD BROTHERS SUBD
0.110AC 107/561

813 171015-00510000-0180 384.63
MICK ALICIA M 0.340AC
LOT 18 SCHOFIELD BROTHERS
1.61 SUBD 107/472-473 135/579 257/
AC 383 2004/864 2005/6476

814 171015-00510000-0190 384.63
MCKINLEY KIMBERLY . 0.340AC
2.07 LOT 19 SCHOFIELD BROTHERS SUBD
AC 107/472-473 135/579 257/383
2004/864 2006/8412 2007/494


815 181015-00000008-0010 HX 1,603.44
BENTON CHRIS & LORRAINE Y 1.920AC
COM AT NE/C OF NE/4 OF SE/4
18-10-15 GO ON E LN OF SEC
112.78 FT TO S R/W OF ST RD

816 181015-00760001-0000 223.08
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 0.440AC
LOT 1 LANCASTER ESTATES
17-10-15 77/490 83/676
102/390 102/671 114/609

817 181015-00760002-0000 223.08
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 0.440AC
LOT 2 17-10-15 LANCASTER
ESTATES 78/346 114/609
115/106 118/266 127/354 LESS

818 181015-00760003-0000 223.08
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 0.440AC
LOT 3 LANCASTER ESTATES
17-10-15 77/617 127/360-362
176/12 279/113 2003/1311 2003/

819 181015-00760004-0000 1,731.04
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 2.020AC
LOT 4 & 5 LANCASTER ESTATES
17-10-15 78/185 85/348 88/68
90/166-167 101/559 102/

820 181015-01770000-0060 HX 991.87
PFAFFENBERGER HARLYN 5.130AC
LOT 6 1ST ADDITION LANCASTER
ESTATES SUBD CONT 5.13 AC
91/54 & 58 103/570 139/272


, ' . . 821 181015-01770000=-020--.. --867.09
GILMER JAMES E SR & NANCY 5.000AC
LOT 12 1ST ADDIT LANCASTER EST
SUBD LESS 1.256 AC IN SEC
18-10-15 82/597 88/9 94/534

822 181015-01770000-0130 HX 860.32
PIERSON DONALD & DIANE. 6.270AC
LOT 13 1 ST ADDIT LANCASTER EST
SUBD & A PORTION OF LOT 12
- DESC AS COMAT SW/C OF LOT 13
AC- ---------
823 181015-01770000-0150 HXs 560.07
BOSTIC DOUGLAS R & LINDA L 5.500AC
LOT 15 LANCASTER ESTATES 1ST
ADDITION 17-10-15 CONT 5.50
AC 128/463 131/391 UTILITY


824 191015-00000006-0000 163.72
BROWNING W P 40.000AC
NW/4 OF SE/4 16/301 210/555-
567 PIPELINE EASEMENTS 210/569
210/574 210/579 PIPELINE EASE-


825 201015-00000002-0000
MCDOUGAL M E INC
N 15 AC OF NE/4 OF NE/4 LESS
2 1/4 AC IN NE COR 2005/2830
2005/7415 2007/5242


2,104.03
12.620AC


826 201015-02770000-0010 HX 2,125.26
MASON JESSICA R & 2.000AC
LOT 1 FIFTY TWO TWENTY CONT 2
AC 69/695 116/443 117/372 &
& 471 290/265 RESTRICTIONS


.61 827 211015-00000006-0000 2,675.01
LUTZ ALFRED J & . 0.460AC
COM AT NW COR OF NE/4 OF NW
/4 AS POR GO S 86 DEG E
201.35 FT TO ST RD 49 GO SRLY
61 - --- -
0.110AC 828 211015-00000011-0000 -IX 369.62
LOVETT KENT & SHAWN 2.080AC
COM AT NE/COR OF NE/4 OF SW/4
FOR POB GO S 88 DEG 27 MIN 02
22 SEC W 541.76 FT TO NEARLY RW
OAC


829 211015-00000012-0000 HX
LOVETT KENNETH & PHYLLIS
LONG METES & BDS DESC IN OR
46 PGS 301 & 302 AND ALSO
METES & BDS DESC IN OR 67/427


215.93
1.920AC


830 211015-00590000-0060 HX 445.57
WRIGHT KAREN SUE 1.000AC
LOT 6 ROGERS SUBDIVISION
87/138 118/350 128/450
162/194 226/134


831 211015-00590000-0170 332.52
KINCAID MORGAN BRUCE & TONI R 1.000AC
LOT 17 ROGERS SUBD 121/89
136/248 137/688 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 174/771 280/188
C
832 211015-03350000-0010 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.520AC
LOT I QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
4 EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817


).400AC


833 211015-03350000-0020 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.500AC
LOT 2 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL


EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

834 211015-03350000-0030 626.64
ROBERT LUKE CONSTRUCTION 0.560AC
LOT 3 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

835 211015-03350000-0040 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.700AC
LOT 4 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

836 211015-03350000-0050 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.490AC
LOT 5 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

837 211015-03350000-0060 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.510AC
LOT 6 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

838 211015-03350000-0070 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.490AC
LOT 7 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

839 211015-03350000-0080 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.610 OAC
LOT 8 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

840 211015-03350000-0090 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0.660AC
LOT 9 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659'285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

841 211015-03350000-0100 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR 0,570AC
LOT 10 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105'UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

842 211015-03350000-0110 626.64
DAVIS TREVOR ' 0.500AC
LOT 11 QUAIL RUN SUBD 16/556
155/414 236/659 285/105 UTIL
EASEMENT 2000/4055 2001/4817

843 221015-00000004-0000 3,678.58
MARINE MAINTENANCE SERVICE OF 5.510 OAC
COM AT NW/C OF 22-10-15 FOR
POR THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF SEC
22 S 40.01 FT OF S R/W LN OF

844 221015-00000005-0000 HX 1,095.39
CARVER ERON G JR & MONICA L 1.280AC
COM AT SW/C OF SW/4 OF NW/4
OF 22-10-15 FORA PT OF REF
GO E 10 FT TO POB CONT E

845 221015-00000005-0020 HX 647.13
WILSON ROY MURRAY JR 5.230AC
COMMENCE AT NW/C OF 22-10-15
FOR A POINT I-.REFERENCE, . ,,
THENCE RUN ALONG NORTH LINE

846 221015-00000006-0080 HX 805.41
BALKCOM BARRY & DIANE M 1.240AC
COM AT NW/C OF SW/4 GO S
668.46 FT TO POB CONT S
154.62 FT GO E 350.63 FT GO N

847 221015-00000007-0011 HX 120.44
SARTORI MARY E 2.500AC
COM AT SW/C OF 22-10-15 FOR
POR THENCE RUN ON W LN OF SAID
SEC 22 N 417.74 FT THENCE RUN -


848 221015-00000007-0095 HX 2,916.68
PLEIMAN JACOB C & HEATHER N 5.000AC
COMBAT SW/C 22-10-15 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF SEC 22
N 1876.67 FT THENCE N 86 DEG E

849 221015-03580000-0010 970.28
STALNAKER GWEN S 2.000AC
LOT 1 HAGAN ESTATES PHASE 1
45/594 87/536-540 2005/3075
2006/106 2006/5539 2006/5833

850 231015-00000010-0000 3,365.36
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL 2.000AC
COMAT SE/C OF SW/4 23-10-15
FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF
SW/4 N 89 DEG W 375.78 FT TO

851 241015-00000004-0010 168.34
ROGERS DINA MICHELLE . 6.700AC
SRLY 221 FT OF NE/4 OF NW/4
OF 24-10-15 LESS SRLY 33 FT
PREV DEEDED 119/488 & LESS CO

852 261015-00000004-0033 501.35
RIDGELL TRAVIS MARK 2.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 26-10-15
FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG E LN OF
NW/4 S 420 FT THENCE RUN S 89


853 261015-03150000-0060 HX
STEPHENSON TERESA I
LOT 6 FOX RUN 63/547 70/286
91/205 108/602 112/586 113/596
230/441 236/328 287/270 2003/


1,767.52
2.000AC


854 261015-03220000-0020 1,631.64
TORRES MARIA ET AL 4.060AC'
LOTS 2 & 3 OAK LEAF 63/547 70/
286 91/205 108/602 110/97 112/
586 113/596 230/441 236/328

855 261015-03220000-0040 832.02
MAHON ANTONY - 2.030AC
LOT 4 OAK LEAF 63/547 70/286
91/205 108/602 110/97 112/586
113/596 230/441 236/328 287/


856 261015-03220000-0180
MAHON ANTHONY
LOT 18 OAK LEAF 63/547 70/286
91/205 108/602 110/97 112/586
113/596 230/441 236/328 287/


835.97
2.040AC


857 281015-00000004-0010 IIX 1,440.31
IINDSEY TIMOTHY E & MARIE E 2.500AC
TRACT A DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
NW/4 OF 28-10-15 FOR POB
THENCE RUN ALG E LN OF NW/4 N

858 281015-00610000-0070 HX 1,982.75


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ADKINS JAMES M & ROBIN D 0.910AC
LOT 7 WILMOR UNREC SUBD 52/48
90/627 122/467 128/500- 503
149/561 154/130 UTILITY


859 281015-03070000-0040 HX
AMES RUSTIE & STEVEN L
LOT 4 COUNTY LINE PINES 214/
663 2004/5976 2005/7268 2006/
7333


2,099.99
2.000AC


860 190716-00000001-0040 HX 3,747.87
GEIGER WILLIAM BART & GINA L 40.190AC
COM AT SE/C OF 19-7-16 AS PT
OF REF GO N 2456.36 FT GO N
58 DEG W 254.55 FT GO N59 DEG

861 190716-01720000-OOFO 1,360.64
MCKINNON DAVID C 6.000AC
LOT F BARNES UNREC SUBD MTS &
BDS DESC 65/279 72/474 163/10
208/260 273/519 2000/1927

862 300716-00000002-0010 HX 284.29
DOUGLAS SAMUEL & LINDA 2.000AC
BEG AT NE/C OF NE/4 OF NW/4
GO W 300 FT S 300 FT E 300 FT
& N 300 FT TO POB OR 61/230 &

863 300716-00000002-0040 HX 529.81
DOUGLAS COUNCIL JR & JANICE 19.000AC
NE/4 OF NW/4 N OF CO RD 138
LESS 2 AC TO SAMUEL DOUGLAS
93/498-499 & LESS 2 AC TO

864 300716-00000006-0020 HX 195.62
CREWS STANLEY K 4.870AC
FOR POR COM AT SE/C OF LOT 8
K-K-L&S ESTATES THENCE RUN N
87 DEG E ALG NORTHERLY R/W LN

865 300716-00000011-0015 HX 195.62
MILLER TENNIELLE 5.000AC
FOR POR COM AT NW/C OF NW/4 OF
SE/4 OF 30-7-16 THENCE S 1 DEG
E ALG W LN OF NW/4 OF SE/4 OF

866 300716-00570000-0080 1,550.94
BROAD JANICE E 7.830AC
LOT 8 OF K K L & S ESTATES
CONT 7.83 AC R/W EASEMENT
137/247 138/339 181/73 UTIL

867 360716-00000003-0010 1,758.84
CORBIN RICHARD E TRUSTEE & 10.000AC
FOR A POR COM AT EXISTING
CONCRETE MONUMENT MARKING SE/C
OF 36-7-16 (SAID MONUMENT

868 010816-00000005-0030 HX 480.52
HOLLEY HEATHER RENEE 1.000AC
FOR POB COM AT NW/C OF NE/4
,OF SW/4 OF SW/4 GO S 210 FT
GO E 210 FT GO N210 FT GO W

869 010816-00000009-0000 2,082.79
CORBIN RICHARD E & 3.500AC
COM AT PT OF INTERSECT OF
1-8-16 WITH N R/W LN OF CO RD
NO 340 (100 FT RD R/W) FOR

870V020816-00000005z0000 4,662.89
MINCEY'S EQUIPMENT RENTAL INC 40.000AC
COM AT SW/C OF 2-8-16 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF SAID
SEC 2 N 88 DEG E 418 FT TO POB

871 030816-00000006-000O.HX 381.03
VERNON NORMA J 1.000AC
COM AT SE COR OF NE/4 OF SEC
& GO W 420 FT GO N 30FT TO N
R/W LN OF CTY GRADE TO POB GO

872 040816-00710004-0050 773.32
CLEMONS GERALD & BERNICE 1.240AC
LOT 5 BLK 4 UNIT 1 SPRING
RIDGE SUBD 112/537 233/643
267/302 267/304 282/233 2001/

873 040816-00720005-0050- 1,385.72
THORNE WILLIAM E & SHARON A 4.810AC'
LOT 5 BLK 5 UNIT 2 SPRING
RIDGE SUBD 89/49 267/302 267/
304 297/414

874 040816-07300005-0030 HX 2,806.49
CALVERT JOY L 1.110AC
LOTS 3 BLK 5 UT 3 SPRING
RIDGE SUBD CONT 1.11 AC 99/74
195/517 213/517 UTIL EASEMENT

875 040816-07300005-0060 773.32
ENTRUST MIDWEST LLC 1.020AC
LOT 6 BLK 5 UT 3 SPRING RIDGE
SUBD 87/692 262/187 267/307
2003/6016 2005/6627


876 040816-07400001-0020 HX 4,102.67
FLOYD TODD 4.620AC
LOT 2 BLK 1 UT 4 SPRING RIDGE
SUBD 94/69 161/28 244/166 267/
309 2002/903 UTIL EASEMENT

877 040816-07400001-0090 HX 2,042.18
PARHAM RONALD A & JENNY L 1.020AC
LOT 9 BLK 1 UNIT 4 SPRING
RIDGE SUBD 161/28 176/405 267/
309 2000/2729 2001/1968 UTIL

878 040816-07800000-0060 HX 1,024.95
GRIFFITH JAMES R & DENA ANN 2.320AC
LOTS 6 & 7 SPRING RIDGE
RANCHETTES CONT 2.32 AC 87/691
93/522 198/318 236/243 267/313

879 060816-00000004-0000 HX 524.41
MARNEY SUSAN W 5.540AC
W/2 OF SE/4 OF NE/4 & NE/4 OF
SE/4 OF NE/4 LESS RD R/W LESS
14.85 AC TO JOHNSON 119/ 571


880 070816-01020000-0090 HX
CROSBY THOMAS CARL
LOT 9 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 5.27 AC 213/139


UTIL EASEMENT 215/431 2001/


881 070816-01020000-0300 HX
FLEMMING DANIEL L &
LOT 30 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 5.275 AC 105/267
147/5p77 149/89 212/675 UTIL


195.62
5.270AC


1,472.60
5.280AC


182/ 398 UTLY EASEMENT 184/56

883 100816-00740000,0010 HX 384.67
GUARNERA PADDY N & 5.070AC
LOT I SANTA FE FOREST SUBD
70/ 691 223/449 231/516 235/17
235/18 UTIL EASEMENT 242/355

884 100816-00740000-0110 HX 195.62
SCOTT ALFRED EUGENE & ELLEN 5.030AC
LOT 11 SANTA FE FOREST SUBD
OR 72/625 96/133 222/561
222/563

885 100816-00740000-0140 1,113.51
SIMMONS SELDON W & FLORENCE E 5.030AC
LOT 14 SANTA FE FOREST SUBD
70/694 173/603 208/688 223/449
2000/3021 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/

886 100816-00740000-0170 HX 367.49
RUFF MARY ANN & MAGDALENE MARY
5.010AC
LOT 17 SANTA FE FOREST SUBD
87/641 88/540-542 156/380
UTILITY EASEMENT 200/611 202/

887 110816-00000002-0000 HX 935.53
MOBLEY WILLIAM C JR & JUDITH C 87.000AC
BEG AT NE COR OF NW/4 11-8-
16 E S APP 330 FT TO POB THEN
S TO SE COR OF NW/4 GO W 1510

888 110816-00000007-0010 248.12
SIMMONS SELDON W & FLORENCE 1.000AC
COM AT NE/C OF W/2 OF NW/4 GO
S 1075.4 FT GO W 524 FT GO S
195.6 FT TO POB FROM POB CONT

889 110816-00000008-0020 1,197.22
SIMMONS SELDON W & FLORENCE E 6.000AC
.6 AC M/L DESC AS FOLLOWS BEG
ATAPT 1466.5 FT S & 532.5
FT W OF NE/C OF W/2 OF NW/4

890 110816-00000010-0000 HX 583.85
GERARD KATHERINE KORDANA 10.000AC
BEG AT PT 2248 FT 10 IN S &
190 FT W OF NE COR OF W/2 OF
NW/4 AS POB GO S 391 FT 2 IN

891 110816-00000013-0080 HX 1,162.98
BASS DAVID L 7.810AC
COM AT SE/C OF 11-08-16
THENCE RUN N 00 DEG ALONG E
BDRY OF SECTION 820.63 FT TO

892 130816-00000007-0010 HX 590.98
COX LADONAA 5.620AC
COM AT SW/C OF 13-8-16 GO E
585.83 FT TO POB CONT E
370.58 FT GO N 662.37 FT GO W

893 140816-00000001-0008 HX 272.89
SNYDER.JULIAN B JR & DOLERAS C 2.500AC
NE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4 OF NE/4
2.50 AC 89/518 94/678 95/158
108/669 122/209-210 150/188


894 140816-00000002-0120 1,826.79
SCIPIONE STUART C& KATHLEEN I :10.070AC
SW/4 OF SW/4 OF SEf4LWTi!) '! I I - ? 1 ' 1 *
199/596 212/432 214/622 284/ '
307 2007/2282

895 140816-00000003-0030 HX 399.66
GARCIA CECILIO & NOEL GARCIA 22.120AC
COM AT IR PI AT SW/C OF 14-8-
16 AS PT OF REF GO E ALONG S
LN OF SEC 2644.72 FT TO SE/C

896 150816-00000001-0010 57.17
LANIER MICHAEL T 12.000AC
COM AT NE/COR OF 15-8-16
THENCE S ALG E LN OF SAID SEC
15 663.27 FT TO POB THENCE

897 150816-00000001-0071 937.21
MCLEOD WILLIAM DAVIDSON JR 5.420AC
FORA POR COM AT SW/C OF
15-8-16 GO E 175 FT TO W LN OF
100 FT WIDE POWERLINE EASEMENT

898 150816-00000001-0073 1,212.05
SARJOO BINDRABAN & 6.620AC
PARCEL F DESC AS COM AT SW/C
15-8-16 THENCE RUNN 88 DEG E
ALG S LN THEREOF 307 FT THENCE

899 150816-00000001-0074 1,534.82
DOWST JONI TRUSTEE 6.620AC
PARCEL D DESC AS COM AT SW/C
15-8-16 THENCE RUNN 88 DEG E
ALG S LN THEREOF 307 FT

900 150816-00000001-0076 2,095.68
VOGEL ROBERT M & LAURA R 20.000AC
PRCL C DESC AS COM AT SW/C OF
15-8-16 THENCE RUN N 88 DEG E :
ALG S LN THEREOF 307 FT THENCE

901 150816-00000001-0090 HX 342.46
EDENFIELD RICKY D & RHONDA 5.OOOAC
FOR A POR COM AT SW/C OF SAID
SEC 15 AND RUN N 88 DEG EALG
S LINE OF SEC 15 2243.10 FT

902 150816-00000001-0110 HX 1,036.46
LANIER MICHAEL T 11.800AC
BEGIN AT NE/C OF 15-08-16
THENCE RUN S ALG E LN OF SEC
663.27 FT THENCE RUN S 88 DEG

903 150816-00000001-0130 HX 559.63
DOUGLAS RONALD E & 9.690AC
COM AT NE/C OF SEC 15-8-16
FOR POR THENCE S ALG E LN OF
SD SEC 15 787.23 FT TO POB


904 150816-00000004-0010 2,074.65
STOFEL ROBERT P & DEBORAH J 13.190AC
COM AT CONCRETE MONUMENT AT
NE/C OF LOT 16 OF HIGH SPRINGS
HIGHLANDS FOR POR THENCE RUN N *

905 150816-02200000-0260 1,187.07
MALLOY MARTY 5.200AC
LOT 26 HIGH SPRINGS HIGHLANDS
CONT 5.20 AC 179/195 241/615
258/673 258/674 258/675 UTIL

906 150816-02200000-0270 HX 1,109.81
POWERS DENNIS M & PATRICIA 5.200AC
LOT 27 HIGH SPRINGS HIGHLANDS
SUBD CONT 5.20 AC 202/520
205/482 209/191 UTIL EASEMENT


907 150816-02760000-0030 1,263.72
SARJOO BINDRABAN 6.910 OAC
LOT 3 GILCHRIST RANCHETTES
CONT 6.91 AC 166/250 173/687
181/484 192/218 192/220 193/

908 160816-00000001-0220 HX 233.99
MUSEN DONALD EARL & MITZI K 20.000AC
PARCEL 22 CONT 20.01 AC DESC
AS COM NW/C OF SEC GO E 1966.
13 FT GO S 2670.11 FT FOR POB

909 160816-00000002-OOOA HX 701.17
DEXTER LINDA S 5.010AC
PARCEL A CONT 5.01 AC DESC AS
COM SW/C OF SEC GO N 40 FT TO
POB CONT N 695.28 FT GO E 313.

910 170816-02070000-0001 1,258.00
COX TILLMAN B & DENNIS D COX & 19.800AC
ROADS LOCATED WITHIN APPALOOSA
TRAILS UNREC SUBD

911 170816-02070000-0100 HX 457.60
DEUTSCH SHELBY & DAWN 10.000AC
LOT 10 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
UNREC CONT 10 AC 170/495
2002/4407

912 170816-02070000-0140 HX 317.88
CHANDLEY LEE S 20.030AC
LOTS 14 & 19 APPALOOSA TRAILS
UNREC SUBD CONT 20.03 AC 156/
377 167/6 170/331 171/518

913 170816-02070000-0180 HX 321.61
HUNTER JAMES E 10.000AC
LOT 18 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
UNREC CONT 10 AC 173/308 182/
421 187/529 187/531 241/512

914 170816-02070000-0260 HX 978.98
BLACKFORD FRANCIS E JR & 20.000AC
LOTS 26 & 31 APPALOOSA TRAILS
SUBD UNREC 166/368 UTIL EASE-
MENT 173/46 252/603 264/501

. 915 170816-02070000-0430 HX 195.62
GRECQ LAWRENCE G 10.000AC
LOT 43 APPALOOSA TRAILS UNREC
SUBD CONT 10 AC 87/33-42 104
143/201 190/551 UTILITY EASE-

916 170816-02070000-0580 1,267.91
SANTIAGO LUIS H & ROSA 9.980AC
LOT 58 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
CONT 9.98 AC & DESC IN MTS &
BDS DESC 172/255

917 170816-02070000-0630 HX 217.98
HILL RICKY JUNIOR & KIMBERLY 10.OOOAC
LOT 63 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS DESC CONT
10 AC 87/33-42 & 104 143/201


918 170816-02070000-0720 HX 527.16
JONES JAMES R & KATHERINE 10.040AC
LOT 72 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
DESC IN METES & BDS CONT
10.04 AC 87/33-42 & 104 143/


.1 919 170816-02070000'0S:30H l 1!d910b74
ROBERTS GLENN E - 10.030AC
LOT 73 APPALOOSA TRAILS SUBD
CONT 10.03 AC DESC IN LONG
MTS & BDS.175/110 190/677


920 200816-00000001-0010 1,117.52
LANGFORD DENNIS 5.500AC
THAT PART OF E/2 OF NW/4
LYING S OF SCL RR R/W CONT
5.5 AC M/L 111/565

921 200816-00000005-0010 HX 3,318.00
HALL PATRICIA E 13.OOOAC
COM AT NW/C OF S/2 OF SW/4 OF
SE/4 OF 20-8-16 GO ALONG N LN
OF SAID S/2 N 87 DEG E 20 FT

922 200816-02110000-0100 877.11
SCAGLIONE TONYA 5.060AC
LOT 10 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5.06 AC 2002/399

923 200816-02110000-0150 HX 738.76
BRADY MARK D & ELIZABETH A 5.040AC
LOT 15 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5.04 ACRES 167/9 189/241 189/
243 UTILITY EASEMENT 200/73

924 200816-02110000-0200 867.09
D'AYON MICHELLE 5.000AC
LOT 20 SILVER RIDGE SUBD CONT
5.00 ACRES 211/27 225/624

925 220816-02920000-0040 1,814.48
PANTOJA ALECKSANDRA & IRAMIS J 10.000AC
LOT 4 FOOTHILL FARMS UT 1
87/33-42 104/93-94 107/513
160/106 166/695 171/406 & 409

926 220816-02920000-0080 1,814.48
OPPERMANN BENT & IRAMIS J 10.OOOAC
LOT 8 FOOTHILL FARMS UT 1
87/33-42.104/93-94 107/513
160/106 166/695 171/406 & 409


927 220816-02920000-0090 1,814.48
ROSE SCOTT & CHARLOTTE 10.000AC
LOT 9 FOOTHILL FARMS UT 1
87/33-42 104/93-94 107/513
160/106 166/695 171/406 & 409

928 220816-02930000-0030 HX 4,780.92
ROSE SCOTT W & CHARLOTTE M 12.590AC
LOT 3 FOOTHILL FARMS UT 2
CONT 12.59 AC 199/435 294/637
2000/3617 2002/2858 UTIL EASE-

929 220816-02930000-0050 1,814.48
HULL KATHERINE E 10.000AC
LOT 5 FOOTHILL FARMS UT 2 CONT
10.001 AC 104/93 160/106 166/
695 184/225-233 295/625 2001/

930 230816-03230000-0060 HX 2,220.33
FRASHER SCOTT F & CAROL A 5.140AC
LOT 6 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 2
CONT 5.14 AC 195/518 287/46
287/48 UTIL EASEMENT 2001/2302

931 230816-03230000-0200 HX 456.67
WEIDNER THOMAS J & SHARON M 5.OOOAC
LOT 20 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 2
CONT 5 AC 205/486 UTILITY
EASEMENT 208/298 2003/2038


932 230816-03230000-0210 HX 1,211.31
GILES ELLISON F & ELIZABETH M 5.000AC
LOT 21 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 2
CONT 5 AC 166/695 244/523
UTIL EASEMENT 253/198 281/485

933 230816-03230000-0280 2,245.73
FLEMING TIMOTHY S AND/OR 5.OOOAC
LOT 28 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 2
CONT 5 AC 166/695 245/274
UTIL EASEMENT 250/626 2004/


934 230816-03230000-0290 1,362.85
WEIDNER THOMAS J & SHARON M 5.000A
LOT 29 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 2
CONT 5 AC 205/488 2003/2453


935 230816-03230000-0360 1,086.75
TORDELLA MANUEL SIMON M & 5.11 OAC
LOT 36 MILLHOPPER EST UNIT 2
CONT 5.11 AC 230/612 238/421
2005/2345

936 230816-03230000-0380 1,086.75
FIEDLER TERRY L 5.11OAC
LOT 38 MILLHOPPER ESTATES UT 2
CONT 5.11 AC 226/314 2001/3139

937 240816-08920000-0020 HX 1,028.57
CASON HORACE ALLAN & APRIL M ' 5.000AC
LOT 2 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOOD SUBD CONT 5 AC 200.1/316
2001/2129 UTIL EASEMENT 2002/

938 240816-08920000-0060 HX 329.92
ROSE WILLIAM DAVID 5.OOOAC
LOT 6 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOOD SUBD CONT 5 AC UTLY
EASEMT J72/156 174/130 2001/

939 240816-08920000-0080 HX 232.51
HELTON MICHAEL & DEBORAH 5.000AC
LOT 8 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOOD SUBD CONT 5 AC R/W
EASEMENT 142/146 UTIL EASEMENT

940 240816-08920000-0110 HX 808.26
RENO RAYMOND W & EDIE L 5.000AC
LOT 11 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC UTILITY
EASEMENT 187/54 188/383 2001/

941 240816-08920000-0120 1,064.04
RENO RAYMOND W & EDIE L 5.000AC
LOT 12 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC UTILITY
EASEMENT 187/54 188/383 2001/

942 240816-08920000-0180 HX 425.10
MALAGON ROBERT C 5.000AC
LOT 18 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC 172/303
UTIL EASEMENT 196/705 2657/446

943 240816-08920000-0330 IHX 1,453.21
BIRCHFIELD JAMES DARIN & 5.170AC
LOT 33 2ND ADDIT CAIN MILL
WOODS SUBD CONT 5.17 AC 286/
526 2001/316 UTIL EASEMENT


1,i 44 9260816-00000002-0050 1-X


STO( SMITH CHARLES B &-NANETTE
' COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF NE/4
OF SW/4"OF 26-8-16 FOR THE
POB GO N 472 FT GO E 186 FT


HOGAN THOMAS M & ELLEN R
LOT 4 GILCO SUBD CONT 5 AC
UTILITY EASEMENT 187/59
197/98 212/576 213/442-443


958 040916-02180000-0050 737.22
MILLER VICKIE & DAWN YINGLING
LOT 5 GILCO SUBD CONT 5.01 AC
130/507 159/49-50 171/547
2004/84 2004/85


5.000AC


5.010AC


959 060916-00000002-0030 HX 536.77
WARD DAN E & GAIL C 20.000AC
C N/2 OF NE/4 OF NW/4 20 AC
76/419 & EASEMENT 30 FT ALONG
NRLY BDRY & 15 FT ALONG WRLY


960 060916-00000006-0000 HX 528.48
SCHROEDER ROBERT E 7.540AC
BEG AT NW/C OF SW/4 GO S 400
FT TO POB CONT S 764.53 FT GO
N 59 DEG E 725.21 FT GO N 10

961 060916-00000006-0010 HX 851.76
FARLEY KENNETH 0 10.950AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
OF 6-9-16 FOR POB THENCE RUN
ON E LN OF SAID NW/4 OF SW/4

962 070916-00000003-0011 HX 1,463.53
HARDING MARTY R & ALICE 2.570AC
COM AT NW/C OF 7-9-16 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ON W LN OF SAID SEC
7 S 2633.45 FT THENCE S 70 DEG

963 070916-00000003-0030 1,629.15
PEKKALA CAROLYN E 15.520AC
COMAT SE/C OF 12-9-15 AS A
PT OF REF GO N 1239.57 FT GO
N 67 DEG W 278.36 FT TO POB

964 070916-02140000-0010 HX 1,186.53
WARD DAVID J & TIFFANY A 10.070AC
LOT 1 FOX HOLLOW SUBD & COM AT
SW/C OF SW/4 OF SE/4 7-9-16
AS PT OF REF GO N 505.91 FT TO

965 080916-00000008-0030 441.32
POLK RONALD & HILDA 2.00AC
THE E 132 FT OF W 660 FT OF
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OR 52 PG
437

966 080916-00000008-0060 351.35
POLK ANDY & HELEN 2.000AC.
THE W 132 FT OF E 660 FT OF
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OR 52 PG
445

967 080916-00000008-0070 441.32
POLK JAMES JR & NORMA 2.000AC
THE E 132 FT OF W 264 FT OF
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 OR 52 PG
435

968 080916-00000012-0010 1,064.04
MCDOUGAL NATHAN SR 20.000AC
S/2 OF SE/4 OF SE/4 99/521
2004/4003 2004/4004 2004/4909


575.40 ' ' -t 969 140916-00000001"0033 ',", 364.20
S - 4.03OAC - BOWLANHbtIAIHER , 'I.010'AC
COM AT SW/C OF NW/4 OF SW/4
14-9-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG
S LN OF NW/4 OF SW/4 N 89 DEG


945 260816-00000002-0060 443.36
SMITH CHARLES B & NANETTE 2.010AC
COM AT SE/C OF SE/4 OF NE/4
OF SW/4 OF 26-8-16 FORA POB
GO N 250 FT GO W 350.72 FT GO

946 260816-00000002-0070 572.35.
SMITH CHARLES B & NANETTE S 3.030AC
COM AT SW/C.OF NE/4 OF SW/4
OF 26-8-16 AS POR THENCE RUN
N 660.92 FT TO POB THENCE

947 290816-00000002-0010 HX 762.22
CITIMORTGAGE INC 5.000AC
N/2 OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
58/443 75/523 214/316 2007/
1608 2007/3596 2007/3881 2007/

948 290816-00000002-0030 867.09
THOMAS ARCHIE B 5.000AC
N/2 OF NW/4 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
29-8-16 TOGETHER W/EASEMENT
220/593

949 300816-00000002-0010 HX 195.62
PRIDGEON ALANNA DALE 1,000AC
ONE AC SQUARE IN NW/C OF W/2
OF N/2 OF N/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4
36/438 67/629 138/676 284/11

950 300816-00000002-0020 HX 1,134.83
GREGORY ANDREA 1.000AC
BEING ONE AC SQ IN SW/C OF E/2
OF FOLLOWING DESC PROP IN
67/629 N/2 OF N/2 OF NE/4 OF

951 360816-02130000-0130 1,204.72
PHILLIPS EARL L & JENNIFER 5.OOOAC
LOT 13 HICKORY BLUFFS SUBD
CONT 5 AC 164/234


952 360816-02130000-0190 1,225.83
MORGAN KELLY LARGENT & 5.090AC
LOT 19 HICKORY BLUFF SUBD
CONT 5.09 AC 165/38 2004/2717
2007/756 UTIL EASEMENT 2007/

953 360816-02130000-0210 1,204.72
PEREZ RICARDO E & ROSARIO C 5.000AC
LOT 21 HICKORY BLUFFS SUBD
CONT 5 AC 164/90

954 360816-02130000-0220 HX 1,186.97
NEWELL WALTER J & KELLY C 5.OOOAC
LOT 22 HICKORY BLUFF SUBD
CONT 5 AC 184/295 187/289 UTIL
EASEMENT 231/304 UTIL EASEMENT

955 360816-03640000-0020 1,488.99
MAHN STEPHEN II & DAPHNE A 5.010AC
LOT 2 WOODS OF ALCHRIST 116/
99 & 107 261/305 268/20 268/
21 270/516 292/692 2000/4640

956 040916-00000004-0080 1,128.22
LAMB ANGELAR ET AL 4.840AC
W/2 OF NW/4 OF NW/4 OF NW/4
(AKA LOT 8 TFB PROPERTIES)
CONT 4.84 AC 98/298 & 439 178/

957 040916-02180000-0040 1,325.91


970 160916-00000001-0040 96.57
ADKINS JAMES M & ROBIN D 1.190AC
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF SEC RUN
W 1312 FT M/L THENCE RUN S 518
FT TO IRON ROD ON NW SIDE OF

971 160916-00000003-0000 190.98
ADKINS JAMES M 9.980AC
N/2 OF N/2 OF NE/4 OF SW/4
69/566 71/454 98/252 227/162
229/266 229/688 245/648 2005/

972 170916-0052000A-0050 HX 977.19
DANIELS HOWARD R & MARY F 0.790AC
LOT 5 BLK A WATERS LAKE SUBD
58/669 77/32 UTIL EASEMENT
139/556 210/303 274/423 UTIL

973 170916-00780000-0240 953.90
FUQUAY WILLIAM STUART & 5.520AC
LOT 24 HOLLY FOREST SUBD 96/
378 109/665 115/117 116/603
249/596 2000/3273 2005/2603

974 170916-011H30002-0410 HX 1,884.50
SWILLEYTINAK 5.740AC
LOT 41 UNIT 2 LAKE IN THE
WOODS SUBD CONT 5.74 AC
18-09-16 122/129 139/48 UTIL

975 170916-01130002-0440 1,017.16
BRADLEY RUDOLPH & TERRYE 5.000AC
LOT 44 UNIT 2 LAKE IN THE
WOODS SUBD CONT 5 AC 130/448

976 170916-01130002-0450 1,017.16
BRADLEY RUDOLPH & TERRYE 5.OOOAC
LOT 45 UNIT 2 LAKE IN THE
WOODS SUBD CONT 5.00 AC 130/
443


977 170916-0521000B-0040 981.08
MITCHELL WILLIAM A & CAROLYN D
LOTS 4-5 & 7 BLK B IST ADDIT
TO WATERS LAKE SUBD 2001/3691
2001/3692

978 170916-0521000B-0060 322.20
MITCHELL WILLIAM A & CAROLYN D
LOT 6 BLK B 1 ST ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 60/18 104/325 115/
491 133/132 182/545 2000/2993


1.180AC






0.530AC


979 170916-0521000B-0110 144.95
HALL MARIANNE TAYLOR 0.310AC
LOT 11 BLK B 1ST ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 64/629 2006/981


980 170916-0521000B-0120
YINGLING ROBERT & LESLIE
LOTS 12 & 13 BLK B IST ADDIT
WATERS LAKE SUBD 56/598
102/379 232/129 232/131 294/


83.48
0.680AC


981 170916-0521000B-0150 195.62
YINGLING ROBERT E & LESLIE A 0.360AC
LOT 15 BLK B IST ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 119/478 171/622
UTIL EASEMENT 235/72 262/597

982 170916-05220000-0050 777.59


882 070816-01020000-0320 HX
FLEMMING GALE MARIE
LOT 32 HIGH SPRINGS HEIGHTS
SUBD CONT 5.27 AC 147/573


195.62
5.270AC


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JOHNSON MAC 0.320AC
LOTS 5 & 6 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD 56/653 57/538 &
74/572 86/52 217/282 217/283

983 170916-05220000-0270 182.47
GEORGE CHARLES W & KATIE 0.340AC
LOTS 27 & 28 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD OR 43/343 59/519
74/645 99/59-60 120/624

984 170916-05220000-0,340 HX 195.62
MARTIN BRUCE A & DEBRA L 0.280AC
LOT 34 2ND ADDIT WATERS LAKE
SUBD 43/479 56/573 105/670
124/10

985'170916-05220000-0420 376.47
DYER BILLY E & BETTY L 0.250AC
LOTS 42 & 43 2ND ADDIT WATERS
LAKE SUBD 59/553 69/440
90/347 & 349 94/153 120/644


986 170916-05220000-0520 182.47
MITCHELL WILLIAM A & CAROLYN D
LOTS 52 & 53 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD 2001/3691 2001/3692


987 170916-05220000-0550 HX 195.62
MORT HELEN & BERNARD L 0.430AC .
LOTS 55 & 59 2ND ADD WATERS
LAKE SUBD 54/616 88/141 99/61
& 63 117/640 2005/336

988 170916-05220000-0580 107.45
HOLIFIELD JASON G 0.310 OAC
LOT 58 2ND ADD WATERS LAKE
SUBD 99/523 2004/4003 2004/
4004 2004/4005


989 210916-00000003-0000 HX 1,913.31
DOUBERLY WILLIAM & DOROTHY 42.250AC
S 3/4 OF E/2 OF NW/4 & W/2 OF
SE/4 & NE/4 OF SW/4 LESS THE
LAKES SUBD 12.1/252 LEAVING

990 210916-01140000-0050 HX 2,018.62
MARSICANO KELLY & RICHARD 5.OOOAC
LOT 5 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 TAX DEED 229/88 230/
270 266/359 271/529 2002/3333

991 210916-01140000-0060'HX 524.21
DANIELS JEREMIAH P 5.000AC
LOT 6 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 156/634 UTLY EASEMT
170/157 220/671 278/121 UTIL

992 210916-01140000-0070 1,314.77
SERVIDAS BENJAMIN F & MYRTLE 5.000AC
LOT 7 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 135/259 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 135/692 138/224 UTILITY

993 210916-01140000-0090 1,724.47
WATSON TERRY SR & SHERYL A 5.000AC -
LOT 9 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 128/494 175/685 177/
308 181/661 227/279 265/258

994 210916-01140000-0180.HX. 260.37
SCHROEDERIDAVID C & i! 5iO000AC-'' ,'
LOT 18 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 156/427 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 158/700 226/554 263/206

995 210916-01140000-0190 1,115.66
ZEAGLER WENDELL & 5.240AC
LOT 19 THE LAKES SUBD 5.42 AC
121/257 166/548 180/310 196/
001 UTILITY EASEMENT 202/197


996 210916-01140000-0230 HX , 990.39
POULSEN DENNIS G , 5.000AC
LOT 23 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 166/548 238/79 UTIL
EASEMENT 250/20

997 210916-01140000-0240 HX 720.56
POULSEN KAREN-ANN 5.000AC
LOT 24 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 166/548 226/508 UTIL
EASEMENT 242/331 293/303 2001/

998 210916-01140000-0450 HX 930.67
HAYES JIMMY W AND/OR TINA E 5.000AC
LOT 45 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
28-09-16 121/257 166/548
241/198 UTIL EASEMENT 243/447


999 210916-01140000-0590 HX 1,127.10
BUCKLAND DANNY J & SHERRY A 5.000AC
LOT 59 THE LAKES SUBD 5.00 AC
121/257 166/548 241/346 UTIL
EASEMENT 243/478 2003/776

1000 220916-00000002-0000 HX 1,239.51
BEACH RUTH I 32.000AC
N 533 FT OF S 1599 FT OF NE/4
OR 23 PG 472 & OR 52 PG 74,

1001 230916-00000001I-0000 679.53
LANGFORD ELLA JANE 3.250AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SEC RUN
E 312.8 FT FOR POB CONT E 223
FT THENCE S 04 DEG 40 MIN E

1002 230916-00000001-0020 1,604.22
SULLIVAN TONEY & VONDLA 10.000AC
SE/4 OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OR 55 PG
21 OR 64 PG 82

1003 230916-00000001-0070 HX 339.24
TOTULIS MICHAEL T JR & 5.000AC
COM AT SE/C OF NE/4 OF NE/4
OF 23-9-16 FOR APT OF REF GO
N 43 FT TO POB CONT N 330 FT

1004 230916-00000001-0120 1,615.20
BERRY JANICE 5.010AC,
COM AT NW CORNER OF NE/4 OF
23-09-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN
ALG N LN OF SAID SEC 23 N 89

1005 230916-00000001-0130 HX 577.50
LANGFORD ELLA JANE 2.250AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SEC
RUN E 847 FT FOR POB CONT E .
209 FT THENCE S 521 FT M/L

1006 230916-00000004-0010 8,216.83
GONZALEZ YAIMA 111.370AC
NW/4 LESS 5 AC TO MAUER
48/356 & LESS 18.65 AC TO CYE .
81/666 & LESS 3.03 AC TO BOND

1007 230916-00000004-0035 HX 2,325.10


STANLEY TIM & KIM 5.000AC
COM AT NW/C OF 23-9-16 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF SEC 23
S 2056.95 FT THENCE RUN N 89

1008 230916-00000004-0036 HX 631.41
RAND KRYSTAL 1.740AC
COM AT NW/C OF 23-9-16 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG W LN OF SAID
SEC 23 S 2056.95 FT THENCE RUN

1009 230916-00000006-0010 HX 2,702.88
LUKE ROBERT C & SHIRLEY 7.090AC
SE/4 OFSE/4LESS N 10 FT
CONT 39.70 AC 103/675 107/428
120/72 UTILITY EASEMENT 138/

1010 250916-00660000-0100 462.50
WEEKS LINDA C 17.500AC
LOT 10 ALSO MTS & BDS DESC
SINGER UNREC SUBD 62/366 93/
415 95/454 100/159 & 166 CONT


1011 260916-00000005-0040 1,463.93
0.350AC NEWELL ANDREW H & ANDERSON A
W/2 OF E/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4
LESS 1.52 AC FOR RD R/W TO
nL~rDIT ll)/107 ''2/A ' '^ A/1


8.480AC


1012 270916-00000005-0006 79.31
ENCOMPASS INTERNATIONAL LLC 1.130A
LOT 6 MTS & BDS DESC COMBAT
NE/C OF S/2 OF 27-9-16 FORA
PT OF REF GO W 1245.68 FT TO

1013 270916-00000005-0007 79.31
ENCOMPASS INTERNATIONAL LLC 1.130A
LOT 7 MTS & BDS DESC COM AT
NE/C OF S/2 OF 27-9-16 FOR A
PT OF REF GO W 1481.58 FT TO

1014 270916-00000005-0010 79.31
DURAN JOSE & MARGARITA GOMEZ D 1.131
LOT 10 METES & BDS DESC COM
AT NE/C OF S/2 OF 27-9-16 FOR
A PT OF REF GO W 2189.28 FT


1015 270916-00000005-0014 79.31
FRASSRAND LOUISE M & ROBERT A
LOT 14 MTS & BDS DESC COMBAT
NE/C OF S/2 OF 27-9-16 AS A
PT OF REF GO W 3132.88 FT TO


1.130AC


1016 270916-00000005-0040 79.31
BRAMLEY KATHRYN ANN BERNADETTE
1.180AC
LOT 40 DESC IN METES & BDS
CONT 1.18 AC 167/645 TAX DEED
2005/4282 2005/6125

1017 270916-00000005-0041 79.31
GONZALEZ DELIA CORREA 1.180AC
LOT 41 METES & BDS DESC COM
AT NE/C OF S/2 OF 27-9-16 FOR
APT OF RER GO W 66.18 FT TO

1018 270916-00000006-0010 HX 294.72
CROSBY GARRY DEAN 5.150AC
N/2 OF COM AT NE/C OF S/2 OF
S/2 OF 27-09-16 THENCE RUN S
89 DEG W 1261.98FT TO POB .

1019 270916-00000006-0020 1,783.99
GRIFFITH MARY LOUISE 10.000AC
TRACT 2 DESC IN MTS & BDS COM
AT NE/C OF S/2 OF S/2 OF
27-9-16 GO W 1261.98 FT TO

1020 270916-01350000-0001 32.42
BAILEY SUZANNE D 1.980AC
E 1291.49 FT OF COM AT SW/C OF
NW/4 OF SW/4 OF 27-9-16 FOR
POR THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF


1021 270916-01350000-0030 HX 369.62
BAILEY SUZANNE D 10.000AC
PARCEL 3 SOUTHFORK RANCHES
UNREC SUBD CONTAINING 10.01
AC 137/590 UTIL EASEMENT 143/

1022 270916-01350000-0060 HX ' 615.51
BACOM JAMES 0 10.OOOAC
PARCEL 6 SOUTHFORK RANCHES
UNREC SUBD CONT 10.02 AC 146/
578 UTILITY EASEMENT 158/707


1023 280916-01340000-0200 HX 356.28
ELLISON RANDALL J & LYNNE C 5.000AC
LOT 20 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.00 ACRES 166/99 & 405 189/
316 221/26 227/493 229/689

1024 280916-01340000-0260 HX 1,105.17
FERREIRA STEVE 11.230AC
LOT 26 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
11.23 AC 151/35 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 158/688 196/46 205/356

1025 280916-01340000-0300 HX 385.57
FIELD JOHN E & 5.410AC
LOT 30 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.41 AC 155/383 243/259 249/
679 255/322 UTIL EASEMENT 269/

1026 280916-01340000-0330 HX 478.84
VICKERS BRYAN E 5.060AC
LOT 33 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.06 AC 202/125 221/26
227/493 242/459 UTIL EASEMENT

1027 280916-01340000-0380 HX 586.94
KARASEK KENNETH B , 5.560AC
LOT 38 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
5.56 AC 202/125 221/26 227/493
241/209 UTIL EASEMENT 243/463

1028 280916-01340000-0390 HX 630.16
LINDSTROM BARBARAA 6.730AC
LOT 39 WEIRSDALE SUBD CONT
6.73 ACRES 162/286 170/718
170/720 192/403 192/405 202/

1029 310916-00000002-0000 68.43
BRANNING JAMES O JR & MARY E 0.I60AC
COM AT SW/C OF 31-9-16 GO N
50.40 TO SRLY EDGE OF GRD RD
GO ALONG RD S 86 DEG E 210.27

1030 330916-00000002-0140 HX 195.62
SHORT JOHN W & SUSAN C 10.500AC
TRACT 14 DESCAS COM AT NE/C
OF W/2 OF 33-9-16 AS POR GO S
3026.17 FT GO S 58 DEG W 1182.

1031 330916-01060000-0290 2,248.32
SIGMAN GLEN & JANET ANN 10.010AC
PARCEL 29 GILCHRIST ACRES


UNREC CONT 10.01 AC 131/343
R/W EASEMENT 133/559 231/468

1032 340916-00000004-0016 1,620.63
BREESE KENNETH R 4.970AC
S/2 OF N/2 OF S/2 OF SW/4 OF
NW/4 81/458 98/508 & 673
225/263 225/265 UTIL EASEMENT

1033 340916-02350000-0010 876.48
BENCY KATHY M 5.OOOAC
PARCEL 1 CONTAINING 5 AC DESC
AS COM AT SE/C OF 34-09-16
FOR POR THENCE RUN ALG E LINE

1034 340916-02350000-0020 HX 1,271.21
BENCY KATHY M 5.OOOAC
PARCEL 2 CONT 5 AC DESC AS
COM AT SE/C OF 34-9-16 AS PT
OF REF GO N 2708.87 FT TO

1035 340916-02350000-0070 HX 222.81
TAYLOR AMANDA M & ROBERT L 5.000AC
PARCEL 7 CONTAINING 5.001 AC
DESC AS COM AT SE/C OF
34-9-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN


1036 340916-02350000-0080 HX 1,075.38
DAVIS KEVIN P 4.330AC
LOT 8 PARKER UNREC SUBD DESC
C IN METES & BDS CONTAINING 5
AC 99/124 175/11 UTILITY

1037 340916-02350000-0100 HX 465.14
DAVIS MARCIA 9.310AC
LOT 10 PARKER UNREC SUBD,
C METES & BDS DESC CONT 10.001
AC 99/124 175/9 175/623

1038 340916-02350000-0130 HX 502.93
ROBERTSON JAMIE M 5.050AC
LOT 13 PARKER UNREC SUBD CONT
)AC 5.05 AC 175/7 240/208 UTILITY
EASEMENT 243/437 249/421 2003/


1039 340916-02350000-0170 HX 1,219.43
RHODEN MICHAEL & JULIE 5.040AC
LOT 17-PARKER UNREC SUBD
METES & BDS DESC CONTAINING
5.04 AC 99/124 175/5 217/251

1040 011016-00000012-0000 2,093.80
SULLIVAN TONEY & 10.300AC
BEG AT SW COR OF SEC GO N 89
DEG E 2034 FT GON 01DEG E
550 FT TO POB GO N 89 DEG E,

1041 011016-02040000-0060 HX 720.85
JONES FRED JR & JACQUELINE ANN 5.010AC
LOT 6 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 165/170

1042 011016-02040000-0140 HX 589.45
WEBB TAMMY WILKERSON & HAROLD
5.010AC
LOT 14 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 166/496 182/28
231/81


1043 011016-02040000-0190 HX 1,065.20
STANLEY ROBERT H & MARGARET W 5.OOOAC
' LOT 19 NORELEET PINESSUBD ,, i I
CONT 5 ACRES 170/551 207/499

1044 011016-02040000-0330 HX 482.27
HERRING DONALD L & GLORIA J 5.010AC
LOT 33 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 222/531

1045 011016-02040000-0390 HX 835.61
HANDY MARTHA ANN 5.010AC
LOT 39 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 208/152

1046 011016-02040000-0410 1,207.07
FLORES LLOYD PETER & FLORITA 5.010AC
LOT 41 NORFLEET PINES SUBD
CONT 5.01 ACRES 191/194 2003/
6027 2005/2691

1047 021016-00000008-0000 1,436.88
bCOBB WYLIE & ERMA L 1.000AC
COM ON S LN 1703.45 FT W OF
SE COR GO N 23 1/2 DEG W
APPROX PARAL TO FLA POWER

1048 021016-00000009-0000 HX 453.73
KRAUSE CHARLES EUGENE & 3.390AC
COM AT SE/C OF 2-10-16 FOR POR
THENCE RUN ALG S LN OF SEC 2
S 89 DEG W 856.18 FT TO POB

1049 021016-00000011-0000 3,941.32
JONES ALFRED G & 3.470AC
W 1068.55 FT OF SE/4 LYING S
OF ST RD 26 LESS COM AT SE/C
OF 2-10-16 THENCE RUN S 89 DEG

1050 021016-01890000-0090 HX 352.48
DEL RIO CELIA 5.360AC
LOT 9 GILCHRIST ESTATES SUBD
CONT 5.36 AC BEING IN
SECTIONS 2 & 11-10-16 UTILITY

1051 021016-02960000-0100 2,304.85
LEONARDO DAVID A & DAWNE M 5.OOOAC
LOT 10 WESTLAKE WOODS SUBD
100/283 2005/583 2005/768
2005/793 2005/794

1052 031016-00530010-0000 HX 698.94
ELMORE JIMMIE & WANDA 4.940AC
TRACT 10 ROLLING OAKS UNREC
SUBD OR 66/610 121/621 CONT
4.94 AC 2005/1782

1053 031016-00530013-0000 HX 517.18
MILLER DARRELL L & HAZEL E 3.570AC
PART TRACTS 13 & 14 ROLLING
OAKS UNREC 57/91 & 96 84/629
85/204 110/281 111/469 140/

1054 031016-00530019-0000 HX 124.00
RICHARD LISA M & 4.940AC
TRACT 19 ROLLING OAKS UNREC
SUBD 63/292 66/5 70/82 77/428
120/634 164/490 181/305 202/

1055 031016-00530033-0000 898.41
LOWE ISSIE ANN TRUSTEE 4.860AC
W/2 OF TRACT 33 ROLLING OAKS
UNREC SUBD 62/447 114/327
LESS RD RIW 149/632 153/199

1056 031016-00530035-0001 1,258.06
KNAPP LARRY A 4.820AC
W/2 OF TRACT 35 ROLLING OAK


UNREC SUBD OR 66/163 151/581
UTIL EASEMENT 284/370 2003/

1057 031016-00530040-0001 HX 286.76
SHEPARD JERRY & SHARON 2.380AC
E/2 OF W/2 OF TRACT 40 ROLLING
OAKS UNREC SUBD 63/473 93/366
& 368 266/635

1058 031016-00530041-0000 HX 729.31
STEPTOE MANNING L & BETH A 4.930AC
W/2 OF TRACT 41 ROLLING OAK
UNREC SUBD 66/402 138/511
2000/2293 2000/2294 UTIL EASE-

1059 031016-00530055-0001 HX 659.25
SMITH THOMAS A & JULIE A 2.460AC
E/2 OF TRACT 55 ROLLING OAK
UNREC SUBD 68/442 & 444 71/
365 & 367 99/346 & 348

1060 031016-00530068-0000 HX 1,179.04
GUKANOVICH BRONKO B 4.930AC
TRACT 68 ROLLING OAK UNREC.
SUBD OR 65/138 77/424 143/99
UTIL EASEMENT 143/687 233/281

1061 031016-00530072-0000 HX 1,334.89
HECKERT WILLIAM H & 4.930AC
TRACT 72 ROLLING OAKS UNREC
SUBD 84/153&605 165/323 UTLY
EASEMT 173/55 2006/4680 2007/

1062 081016-00000001-0010 HX 627.74
JOHNS J C 12.420AC
COM AT SE/C OF 8-10-16 FORA
PT OF REF GO W 1164.25 FT TO
ERLY R/W LN OF CO RD C-337 GO

1063 091016-00000001-0010 2,273.12
WILKERSON JAMES CONSTRUCTION 21.72(
BEG AT NE/C OF SE/4 OF NE/4 GO
S 572.8 FT TO NORTHERLY R/W LN
OF ST RD 26 GO S 78 DEG W ALG

1064 091016-00000001-0040 HX 1,702.11.
RICARD DONALD S 10.640AC
TRACT 4 CONT 10.64 AC
DESC AS COM AT NE/C OF SW/4
OF NE/4 OF 9-10-16 AS PT OF

1065 091016-00000001-0050 67.35
RICARD DONALD S 10.640AC
TRACT 5 CONT 10.64 AC DESC AS
COM AT NE/C OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF,
9-10-16 FOR POR THENCE RUN ON


� 1066 091016-00000001-0090 HX 504.17
KOON WILLIAM R & 10.390AC
TRACT 9 DESC AS COM AT NE/C
OF SW/4 OF NE/4 OF 9-10-16AS
PT OF REF GO S 839.90 FT TO

1067 091016-00000006-0000 HX 249.83
HOLDER JOSEPH A & KATHRYN D 45.OOOAC
SE/4 OF SW/4 146/451 213/163
EASEMENT 213/169 UTIL
EASEMENT 227/182


1068 091016-01950000-0030 2,410.47
JOHNS JCJR i , .10.00QAC
LOTS 3 & 4 SUGAR HIli SUIBD,.j .
CONT 10 AC IN SEC 10-10-16
180/118 180/568 UTILITY EASE-


io I ,,


1069 101016-00000004-0000 1,712.09
BASS WILLIE N & BRONICE J 11.940AC
COM AT NE/C OF NW/4 OF
10-10-16 FOR POB THENCE RUN
ALG E LN OF SAID NW/4 S 792 FT

1070 101016-00800000-00A2 1,214.91
YINGLING ROBERT & LESLIE 0.870AC
COM AT NE/C GO W 33 FT GO S
467.42 FT TO NRLY R/W OF SR
26 GO S 73 DEG W 1221.06 FT

1071 101016-00800000-00A6 348.52
LUKE ROBERT C ET AL 0.890AC
COM AT NE/C GO W 33 FT GO S
467.42 FT TO NRLY R/W SR 26
GO S 73 DEG W 640.59 FTALG

1072 101016-00800000-00A8 526.23
MCDANIEL JAMES L 1.200AC
TRACT A-8 DESC AS COM AT NE/C
OF 10-10-16 RUN THENCE W 33 FT
THENCE S 467.42 FT TO NRTHLY

1073 111016-05510003-0020 276.25
MILLER JOSEPH PATRICK 0.960AC
LOTS 2 & 3 BLK 3 UNIT 1 SUN N
FUN 95/48 2001/2507

1074 111016-05510003-0040 HX 195.62
CLARK CLAYTON LEON & 1.420AC
LOTS 4 5 6 BLK 3 UNIT 1 SUN N
FUN 112/462 149/593 159/253
281/248 2000/625 2003/3735

1075 111016-05510004-0010 HX 789.15
WHEAT JONATHON WAYNE & 0.460AC
LOT 1 BLK 4 UNIT I SUN N FUN
37 PG 498 86/140 UTIL EASEMENT
157/29 271/404 2000/3573 2002/

1076 111016-05510004-0040 154.33
RICHBURG TRACY L 0.480AC
LOT 4 BLK 4 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
37/498 2007/889 2007/5915

1077 111016-05510004-0050 983.39
RICHBURG TRACY L 0.960AC
LOTS 5 & 6 BLK 4 UNIT 1 SUN N
FUN 37/498 78/286-287 81/454
102/565 139/204 2007/889

1078 111016-05510005-0020 154.33
BEASLEY MABEL 0.480AC
LOT 2 BLK 5 UNIT I SUN N FUN
OR 37 PG 498 & OR 63 PG 509

1079 111016-05510006-0030 329.85
JOHNSON CHARLOTTE H & TONY D 0.460AC
LOT 3 BLK 6 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
SUBD 37/498 153/414 UTILITY
EASEMENT 188/657 2000/2138

1080 111016-05510011-0020 165.84
WEIGEL CHARLES 0.480AC
LOT 2 BLK 11 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
37/498 63/434 138/624

1081 111016-05510012-0010 847.81
KING ANITA 0.460AC
LOT 1 BLK 12 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
37/498 135/271 192/589


UTILITY EASEMENT 192/593 2004/

1082 111016-05510012-0020 HX 195.62
ROWE JOHN & BARBARA 0.480AC
LOT 2 BLK 12 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
OR 37/498 66/216-217 87/669
116/69-72 & 275-276 2000/1677

1083 111016-05510012-0030 154.33
ROWE JOHN OR BARBARA J 0.480AC
LOT 3 BLK 12 UNIT 1 SUN N FUN
OR 37/498 118/214

1084 111016-05520002-0010 HX 195.62
GARNES EDWARD & BARBARA 0.940AC
LOTS 1 23 & 4 BLK 2 UT 2 SUN
N FUN 37/500 43/468 66/215 &
217 87/669 130/29 140/33 223/

1085 111016-05520002-0050 833.37
SMITH VERA B & SHEILAA SMITH 0.480AC
LOTS 5 & 6 BLK 2 UNIT 2
SUN N FUN (COUNTRY OAKS) 37/
500 47/267 51/77 62/64 73/394

1086 111016-05520002-0070 92.44
SMITH VERA B & SHEILA SMITH 0.240AC
LOT 7 BLK 2 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN
37/500 47/267 51/77 62/64 73/
394.92/573 94/357 125/168 125/

1087 111016-05520002-0080 92.44
SMITH VERA B & SHEILA SMITH, 0.240AC
LOT 8 BLK 2 UNIT 2 SUNN FUN
37/500 47/267 51/77 62/64 73/
394 92/573 94/357 125/168 125/

1088 111016-05520003-0010 212.49
JOHNSON MAC C 0.700AC
LOTS 1 2 3 BLK 3 UNIT 2 SUN N
)AC FUN OR 52/632 115/380 136/150
209/52

1089 111016-05520005-0040 92.44
BARKLEY JESSICA 0.240AC
LOT 4 BLK 5 UNIT 2 SUN NFUN
37/500 268/174 2001/2627


1090 111016-05520009-0035 HX 450.14
JONES DOUGLAS ARTHUR & 0.380AC
W 46 FT OF LOT 3 & LOT 4 BLK
9 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN 97/269
103/619 104/544 120/187 123/

1091 111016-05520009-0070 HX 922.52
YOUNG ROBERT C & SHANNON L 0.600AC
LOTS 7 & 8 & E 40 FT OF LOT 9
BLK 9 UNIT 2 SUN N FUN SUBD
70/237-239 91/428 110/582

1092 111016-05520010-0090 HX 195.62
ASMUS JAY & LAURETTA 0.480AC
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 10 UT 2 SUN N
FUN 37/500 81/272 120/326 137/
479 171/284 171/595 173/619

1093 111016-05520012-0010 518.70
MCQUAIG KIMBERLY 0.460AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 12 UT2 SUNN
FUN 37/500 234/324 234/667
UTIL EASEMENT 242/329 246/663

1094 111016-05550000-0060 173.09
GILBERT MARCIA T 0.930AC
LOT 6 UNIT 5 SUN N FUN 47/611
221/387 223/349 231/30 288/555
2003/4312 2003/4313

1095 111016-05550000-0080 887.29
BRADLEYAARON 0.930AC
LOT 8 UNIT 5 SUN N FUN SUBD
44/550 114/694 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 135/683 146/500 166/306

1096 121016-00000001-0000 ' 108.32
BROWN JERRY F,& MILDRED 23.800AC
W/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 UTIL
EASEMENT 191/396 205/315 208/
592 237/156 237/617 2002/3716-

1097 121016-00000002-0000 1,284.29
BROWN JERRY FRANKLIN 8.090AC
E/2 OF NE/4 OF SE/4 237/156
LESS N 915.26'2003/996 ,

1098 121016-00950000-0160 HX 693.82
JONES ALFRED G & GLENDA A 5.160AC
LOT 16 FOXWOOD ACRES SUBD
CONT 5.16 AC 131/569 132/217
132/226 135/250 135/252 140/8

1099 121016-00950000-0200 HX 518.99
SMITH GREGORY E & LISA D 5.140AC
LOT 20 FOXWOOD ACRES SUBD
CONT 5.14 AC 131/569 136/101
UTIL EASEMENT 156/697 183/197

1100 121016-00950000-0230 1,113.11
GUGGENHEIMER FRED & CAROL 5.010AC
LOT 23 FOXWOOD ACRES SUBD
CONT 5.01 AC 131/569 132/217
132/226 134/250 134/252 157/

1101 121016-00950000-0280 1,910.92
YAFFE JACK C & EVELYN TRUSTEES 5.010AC
LOT 28 FOXWOOD ACRES SUBD
CONT 5.01 AC 109/83 114/47
117/312 148/152 179/525

1102 121016-00960000-0370 1,550.19
SHEARER BRENDA DENISE 5.01OAC
LOT 37 UNIT 2 FOXWOOD ACRES
CONT 5.01 AC 121/10 151/341
199/406 UTILITY EASEMENT 201/

1103 121016-00960000-0560 1,969.37
BYRD NORMAN 5.060AC
LOT 56 UNIT 2 FOXWOOD ACRES
SUBD CONT 5.06 AC 131/569
132/217 132/226 135/250

1104 141016-00000001-0024 1,317.29
COATES WILLIAM K 12.980AC
COM AT NW/C OF NE/4 OF SW/4 OF
14-10-16 THENCE RUN N 89 DEG E
ALG N LN 926.43 FT THENCE S

1105 141016-00000007-0000 650.92
SUGGS SUE BEACH 0.600AC
W 300' OF N/2 OF N/2 OF NW/4
OF SW/4 OF NW/4 13/21 61/321
EASEMENT 128/626 234/627 283/

1106 141016-05530003-0050 92.44
JOHNSON MAC C 0.240AC
LOT 5 BLK 3 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 138/365 138/357


OSBORNE 124/397 53/470 56/319









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162/343 209/52 231/30

1107 141016-05530004-0010 376.54
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT I BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
UTIL EASEMENT 141/241 161/444

1108 141016-05530004-0020 363.61
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 2 BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
UTIL EASEMENT 141/241 161/444

1109 141016-05530004-0030 365.41
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 3 BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
161/444 231/30

1110 141016-05530004-0040 363.61
JOHNSON MAC 0.270AC
LOT 4 BLK 4 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552 .
161/444 231/30

1111 141016-05530006-0130 92.44
JOHNSON MAC C 0.220AC
LOT 13 BLK 6 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 224/122 231/30

1112 141016-055.30006-0140 62.42
JOHNSON MAC C 0.120AC
W 40 FT OF LOT 14 BLK 6 UNIT
3 SUN N FUN 40/495 & 569
138/357 138/365 162/343

1113 141016-05530006-0210 92.44
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.240AC
LOT 21 BLK 6 UNIT 3 SUNN FUN
45/381 134/582 231/30 TAX DEED
2004/4356

1114 141016-05530010-0030 92.44
PATWARY ANWAR 0.240AC
LOT 3 BLK 10 UNIT 3 SUNN FUN
40/495 & 569 73/134-138 TAX
DEED 210/196 231/30 2005/7494

1115 141016-05530010-0050 92.44
MAXIMEA JENNIFER & PAUL 0.240AC
LOT 5 BLK 10 UNIT 3 SUNN FUN
40/495 & 569 73/134-138 TAX
DEED 210/198 231/30 2005/7494

1116 141016-6)5530010-0060 92.44
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.220AC
LOT 6 BLK 10 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 73/134-138 231/30
TAX DEED 2004/4353

1117 141016-05530011-0010 , 378.71
JOHNSON MAC , 0.270AC
LOT 1 BLK 11 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 108/550 & 552
.161/444 231/30

1118 141016-05530011-0020 385.20
JOHNSON MAC 0.300AC
LOT 2 BLK 11 UNIT 3 SUN N FUN
40/495 & 569 19q 55q 552
161/444 231/30

1119 141016-05530011-0030 757.47
JOHNSON MAC 0.580AC
LOT 3 & 4 BLK 11 UNIT 3 SUN N
FUN OR 40/495 & 569 108/ 550
& 552 205/161 231/30

1120 141016-05540003-0010 729.75
JOHNSON MAC C 1.420AC
LOTS 12 3 4 5 6 BLK 3 UNIT 4
SUN N FUN 47/34 51/339
138/357 138/365 150/89 R/W

1121 141016-05540004-0010 255.63
JOHNSON MAC C 0.270AC
LOT 1 BLK 4 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTILITY EASE-

1122 141016-05540004-0020 255.63
JOHNSON MAC C 0.310AC
LOT 2 BLK 4 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTILITY EASE-

1123 141016-05540004-0030 255.63
JOHNSON MAC C 0.310AC
LOT 3 BLK 4 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTILITY EASE-

1124 141016-05540004-0040 92.44
JOHNSON MAC C 0.270AC
LOT 4 BLK 4 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTILITY EASE-

1125 141016-05540005-0010 255.63
JOHNSON MAC C. 0.270AC
LOT 1 BLK 5 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52

1126 141016-05540005-0020 257.39
JOHNSON MAC C 0.310 AC
LOT 2 BLK 5 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/347 138/365
162/343 209/52 UTIL EASEMENT

1127 141016-05540005-0030 92.44
JOHNSON MAC C 0.360AC
LOT 3 BLK 5 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52

1128 141016-05540007-0010 92.44
JOHNSON MAC C 0.220AC


LOT 1 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52

1129 141016-05540007-0040 . 92.44
CARTEE EDWARD W 0.240AC
LOT 4 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/201 2005/721


1130 141016-05540007-0050 92.44
JEFFERSON LORNA & NIGEL BUTLER 0.240A
LOT 5 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/201 TAX DEED 2004/4335

1131 141016-05540007-0200 92.44


47/34 51/339 117/117 136/146
159/181-182 179/327 209/52

1132 141016-05540007-0210 92.44
HOLMES PAULETTE 0.240AC
LOT 21 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 117/117 136/146
159/181-182 179/327 209/52

1133 141016-05540007-0220 92.44
JOHNSON MAC C 0.240AC
LOT 22 BLK 7 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 117/117 136/146
159/181-182 179/327 209/52

1134 141016-05540010-0070 92.44
JOHNSON MAC C 0.240AC
LOT 7 BLK 10 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 138/357 138/365
162/343 209/52

1135 141016-05540010-0130 HX 195.62.
HOLTON CLIFFORD E 0.460AC
LOTS 13 & 14 BLK 10 UNIT 4
SUN N FUN OR 46 PG 557 250/334
251/185 2001/2588 2004/6584

1136 141016-05540010-0170 555.77
ARTHURS CARL 0:720AC
LOTS 17 18 & 19 BLK 10UNIT4
SUN N FUN SUBD 46/47 47/34
51/ 339 68/331 94/94 94/374

1137 141016-05540011-0010 92.44
ROLAND WANDA KAY 0.220AC
LOT 1 BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 113/298 136/281
242/167 283/78

1138 141016-05540011-0020 48.87
VAREIKA WANDA KAY & 0.250AC
LOT 2 BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
47/34 51/339 113/298 136/281
242/167

1139 141016-05540011-0030 195.62
VAREIKA WANDA K 0.250AC
LOT 3 BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUN N FUN
SUBD 47/34 51/339 113/298
136/281 221/339 258/559

1140 141016-05540011-0070 HX 195.62
MURPHY CATHY L HERDON 0.420AC
LOT 7 & 8 BLK 11 UNIT 4 SUN N
FUN OR 44 PG 296 124/302&303
137/23 271/626 2001/3486 2002/

1141 141016-05540012-0020 152.45
SMITH MARIA 0.480AC
LOTS 2 & 3 BLK 12 UNIT 4 SUN
N FUN.52/371 TAX DEED 219/
238 238/329 2004/1856

1142 141016-05540012-0060 152.45
NAPOLEON DEVELOPMENT 0.480AC
LOTS 6 & 7 BLK 12 UNIT 4 SUN
N FUN 46/571 TAX DEED 206/510
2004/6748 2005/3894

1143 141016-05540012-0120 92.44
CAROLLO FREDERICK 0.220AC
LQT 12 BLK 12 UNIT 4 SUN N
FUN SUBD 123/136 194/321

1144 141016-05540013-0010 152.45
NAPOLEON DEVELOPMENT 0.400AC
LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 13 UNIT 4 SUN
N FUN 50/220 TAX DEED 206/
511 2004/6747 2005/3894

1145 141016-0556000A-0100 HX 195.62
BRADLEY EMIL EDWARD JR & 1.020AC
LOT 10 BLK A UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
OR49/221 80/410 120/199- 200
129/67 129/69 129/70 145/179

1146 141016-0556000A-0180 HX 195.62
MANZ RUSSELL F JR & SHARON 1.060AC
LOT 18 BLK A UNIT 6 SUNN FUN
43/409 & 411 44/30 71/36 R/W
EASEMENT 134/485 171/173 183/

1147 141016-0556000B-0090 780.61
DRENNAN ANDY B 1.130AC
LOT 9 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
DESC IN MTS & BDS 42/218 97/
684 177/639 UTILITY EASEMENT

1148 141016-0556000B-0130 HX 195.62
WYER CARL A & LESLIE 1.150AC
LOT 13 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
OR 49 PG 167 & OR 72/423
266/319 273/133 275/173 277/

1149 141016-0556000B-0170 HX 287.09
HODGE DALE T 1.090AC
LOT 17 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
49/213 50/632 220/607 251/644
275/487 275/488 2000/16 UTIL

1150 141016-0556000B-0290 723.50
WILKERSON JAMES C JR 1.000AC
LOT 29 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
SUBD 49/231 73/679 154/344
162/384-386 224/555 239/405

1151 141016-0556000B-0300 204.98
WILKERSON JAMES C JR 1 .000AC
LOT 30 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
49/456 85/544 TAX DEED 259/235
2001/1289

1152 141016-0556000B-0340 918.13
MORRISON JAMES F 5.110AC
LOTS 34 & 35 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN
N FUN OR 49/219 120/388- 389
137/50 158/286 UTILITY

1153 141016-0556000B-0360 4,987.00


MORRISON JAMES F 4.260AC
LOTS 36 37 38 BLK B UNIT 6
SUN N FUN 43/555 46/366 72/
180-182 87/300 101/637 103/57

1154 141016-0556000B-0420 420.47
ZELENSKE ERIC N & 1.390AC
LOT 42 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
OR 44/217 49/162 49/427
120/199-200 A42/374 & 598


AC 1155 141016-0556000B-0430 651.45
LEE PATRICIA ANN 1.380AC
LOT 43 BLK B UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
44/215 54/677 116/495-497
2003/404


RATHER NANCY 1.030AC
LOT 2 BLK E UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
49/227 146/315 285/614 UTIL
EASEMENT 295/26 2001/2013

1157 141016-0556000E-0090 787.73
MATHERS PROPERTIES INC 0.930AC
LOT 9 BLK E UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
49/237 116/147 120/199-200
121/375 123/194 TAX DEED 2001/

1158 141016-0556000E-0120HX 195.62
MITCHELL DAVID 0.970AC
LOT 12 BLK E UNIT 6 SUN N FUN
121/375 129/69 129/70 154/430
155/592 UTILITY EASEMENT 158/

1159 151016-00000003-0010 1,576.77
WALLACE ROBERT PERRY III 9.980AC
COM AT SW/C OF LOT 62 WAC
CAMP SITES UNIT 2 AS POB GO N
372.54 FT GO W 1169.73 FT GO

1160 151016-00000004-0000 HX 343.91
ALBRIGHT ROY E 2.980AC
COM AT NW/C OF LOT 254 UNIT 1
WAC CAMPSITES AS PT OF REF GO
S 360 FT GO W 455.75 FT TO

1161 151016-05610090-0000 685.79
HOGG RUSSELL D & TRENDA D 0.290AC
LOT 9 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
53/151 200/002 216/705
UTILITY EASEMENT 219/66 263/

1162 151016-05610210-0000 HX 252.83
GREEN DARLA J & 0.480AC
LOT 21 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
44/585 73/85 73/686 74/586
80/246 85/465-466 126/132 146/

1163 151016-05610220-0000 653.44
FISCHER TONNA B 0.350AC
LOT 22 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
44/585 73/85 73/686 74/586
80/246 85/465-466 126/132 146/

1164 151016-05610260-0000 750.55
ROBERTS RONALD T 0.550AC
LOT 26 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
70/83 179/440 208/481 209/259
209/260 UTILITY EASEMENT 211/

1165 151016-05610560-0000 HX 195.62
BROWN BRITTNEY L 0.380AC
LOT 56 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
53/149 116/163-165 293/634
294/50 2004/1039

1166 151016-05610570-0000 212.98 �
NRLL EAST LLC 0.260AC
LOT 57 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
128/196 129/353 2005/4624

1167 151016-05610670-0000 HX 1,291.68
BOEMI HAROLD 0.710AC
ERLY PART OF LOT 67 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES DESC IN MTS & BDS
DESC 53/91 86/51 2004/5376

1168 151016-05610750-0000 282.43
LOWE IIEBIE JEAN Q.36QAC
LOT 75 UNIT I WAC CAMPSITE
44/484

1169 151016-05610780-0000 1,160.89
COLLINS DAVID C & DENISE B 0.280AC
LOT 78 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
55/215 97/124-126 133/622

1170 151016-05610980-0000 435.23
TITTEL WILLIAM 0.580AC
LOTS 98 & 99 UNIT 1 WAC CAMP-
SITES 50/411 65/557 74/185
84/155 91/569 105/133 106/158

1171 151016-05611010-0000 HX 195.62
RAMSAY DEANNA 0.230AC
LOT 101 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
OR 60 PG 46 127/575 EASEMENT
128/625 144/173 153/62-63 241/

1172 151016-05611040-0000 HX 58.60
MILLER HELEN 0.250AC
LOT 104 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
* 50/446 79/177 90/521 98/161
111/374 134/578 244/580 244/

1173 154016-05611140-0000 225.54
COATES WILLIAM KEVIN 3.120AC
LOT 114 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
48/11 238/549 TAX DEED 2000/
4655

1174 151016-05611150-0000 313.76
HAGAMAN LINDA G 2.750AC
LOTS 115 116 117 118 119&
120 UNIT 1 WAC CAMP 44/15 46/
461 50/289 2005/2226

1175 151016-05611210-0000 HX 195.62
COATES WILLIAM KEVIN 0.570AC
LOT 121 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
44/679 238/549 TAX DEED 2000/
4652 UTIL EASEMENT 2006/6417

1176 151016-05611220-0000 79.31
COATES WILLIAM KEVIN 0.580AC
LOT 122 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
238/549 TAX DEED 2000/4658
UTIL EASEMENT 2006/6417

1177 151016-05611230-0000 846.63
BIVENS STEPHEN M 0.300AC
LOT 123 & W/2 OF LOT 124 UT 1
WAC CAMPSITES 48/390 66/302
2005/5819 2006/1275 2006/1276


1178 151016-05611240-0000 1,001.42
BIVENS STEPHEN M 0.300AC
E/2 OF LOT 124 & LOT 125 UT 1
WAC CAMPSITES 48/390 66/302
2005/5819 2006/1275 2006/1276

1179 151016-05611270-0000 563.28
BIVENS STEPHEN M 0.200AC
LOT 127 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
48/647 2004/536 2004/4938 UTIL
EASEMENT 2006/5725

1180 151016-05611310-0000 564.78
BIVENS STEPHEN M 0.210 OAC
LOT 131 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
50/298 2002/4046 2002/4047
UTIL EASEMENT 2006/3983


1156 141016-0556000E-0020 HX 532.53


BIVENS STEPHEN M 1.090AC
LOT 151 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
165/61 263/008 263/9 2001/1949
2003/5746 2004/943 2004/945

1182 151016-05611520-0000 HX 1,095.48
BIVENS STEPHEN MALCOLM 5.OOOAC
LOT 152 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
55/321 60/229 120/45 129/317
160/30 161/384 294/391 2000/

1183 151016-05611530-0000 783.01
BIVENS STEPHEN M 1.090AC
LOT 153 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
165/61 263/008 263/9 2001/1949
2003/5746 2004/945 2004/946

1184 151016-05611540-0000 711.58
BIVENS STEPHEN M 0.400AC
LOT 154 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
74/13 165/62 263/007 263/09
2001/1949 2003/5746 2004/948

1185 151016-05611730-0000 HX 195.62
MOORE THOMAS 0.470AC
LOT 173 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
OR 50 PG 554 81/342 84/542
R/W EASEMENT 131/94 160/101-A

1186 151016-05611780-0000 126.20
BURGOS PABLO R 0.580AC
LOTS 178 & 179 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES 50/511 2000/1227
2005/668

1187 151016-05611980-0000 637.04
BIVENS PROPERTIES INC 0.250AC
LOT 198 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
47/485 62/297 UTIL EASEMENT
164/473 2005/2768 2005/4807

1188 151016-05611990-0000 791.61
BIVENS STEPHEN M 0.390AC
LOT 199 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
49/640 105/142 139/72 158/710
174/366 2005/2769 UTIL EASE-

. 1189 151016-05612110-0000 HX 228.83
JORDAN FRANCES T 0.210AC
LOT 211 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
54/574 171/302 UTIL EASEMENT.
173/431 2005/2782 2007/2638

1190 151016-05612200-0000 88.68
KIENLEN JASON J 0.210AC
LOT 220 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
45/237 TAX DEED 2006/2472
2007/2797

1191 151016-05612220-0000 606.02
RODRIGUEZ CARLOS 0.420AC
LOTS 222 & 223 UNIT I WAC
CAMPSITES 46/445 213/305 269/
390 UTIL EASEMENT 281/41 291/

1192 151016-05612310-0000 88.68
JOHNSON CHARLOTTE 0.210 OAC
LOT 231 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
114/440 183/378 210/266 2005/
311

1193 15IQl6-95612539-0000 219,.9
DIBENEDETTO NESTOR E & 1.000AC
LOT 253 UT 1 WAC CAMPSITES 54/
297 70/35 2003/1905 2005/1419

1194 151016-05612560-0000 HX 242.69
BURNETT GLINDA C 0.900AC
LOT 256 & 257 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES OR 52/191 64/309
108/186

1195 151016-05612580-0000 1,175.32
LYNN ARTHUR V JR & SHANNON K 2.700AC
LOTS 258 & 259 & 260 UNIT I
WAC CAMPSITE 48/7 51/686 52/
582 56/291 120/78 2003/6123-


1196 151016-05612950-0000 HX
TRAVIS RUFUS ROBERT SR &
LOT 295 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
4 58/417 95/305 97/425 108/287
UTILITY EASEMENT 188/663 212/


195.62
0.900AC


1197 151016-05613180-0000 HX 195.62
BROCK RICHARD B & 0.660AC
LOTS 318 319 & 320 WAC
CAMPSITE 44/17 46/660 48/645
66/581 83/660 216/398-403 266/

1198 151016-05613250-0000 436.41
ZELENSKE JASON & ERIC 0.940AC
LOT 325 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITE
47/487 85/29 87/335 101/243
102/514 104/634

1199 151016-05613280-0010 79.31
CLARK GENE & JEAN 0.250AC
N 84 FT OF LOT 328 UNIT 1 WAC
CAMPSITES 54/509 230/348


1200 151016-05613350-0000 HX
DISHMAN RICHARD & BRIDGET
LOT 335 UNIT 1 WACCASASSA
CAMPSITE 119/363 133/365 152/
700 153/125-126 184/606


431.79
0.940AC


1201 151016-05613360-0000 HX 195.62
BARKLEY CHEYENNE 0.940AC
LOT 336 UNIT I WAC CAMPSITES
62/128 179/439 UTIL EASEMENT
206/590 2000/1382

1202 151016-05613370-0000 HX 195.62
PERRY CURTIS 0.940AC
LOT 337 UNIT 1 WAC CAMPSITES
62/128 209/260 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 211/116 222/459 227/175

1203 151016-05620130-0000 1,312.06
JOHNSON TONY OR CHARLOTTE 5.890AC
LOT 13 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
61/684 2005/5905 2005/5906
2005/5907 2006/1847

1204 151016-05620160-0000 1,681.84
VERDI IVAN G 13.810 OAC
LOT 16 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
53/173 2005/3891 2005/3892-
3893


1205 151016-05620170-0000 HX
EASTON JAMES WILLIAM &
LOT 17 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITE
74/468 122/470 165/318
166/130 UTILITY EASEMENT


195.62
5.900AC


1206 151016-05620360-0000
BIVENS PROPERTIES INC .
LOT 36 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITE
54/658 70/602-604 162/495
2000/1005 2004/2349 2006/5828


1,530.64
10.650AC


1207 151016-05620370-0000 HX 593.73
CENTER FOR HUMAN DEVEL OUR 5.300AC
LOT 37 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
OR 58 PG 413 OR 64 PG 232
82/600-601 113/163

1208 151016-05620380-0000 . 920.52
GIBSON HARRY JOSEPH 5.320AC
LOT 38 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
63/491 64/643 2004/5508 2005/
5627

1209 151016-05620400-0000 HX 916.32
FELICIANO GLORIA J 6.460AC
LOT 40 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
66/144 212/263 267/137-144
278/193-195 279/170

1210 151016-05620460-0000 1,046.67
GREENFIELD CHARLES & 5.800AC
LOT 46 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
OR 67/34 120/621 137/517 149/
237 149/241 153/137 159/391

1211 151016-05620480-0000 849.68
BIVENS STEPHEN M 1.380AC
LOT 48 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
LESS 4.14 AC 63/11 213/616
214/47 215/115 2002/301 2002/

1212 151016-05620510-0000 1,116.14 ,
SIGMAN GLEN RYAN & JANET ANN 5.000AC
LOT 51 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
64/10 68/338 99/558 102/253
255/708 256/368 278/148 278/

1213 151016-05620520-0000 1,032.13
SIGMAN GLEN RYAN & JANET ANN 5.000AC
LOT 52 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
64/10 68/338 99/558 102/253
255/708 256/368 278/148 278/

1214 151016-05620540-0000 HX 662.82
MATUSIK ROBERT D & BARBARAA 7.480AC
LOT 54 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
68/215 114/464 115/143 155/224
223/472 229/668 2002/2758

1215 151016-05620560-0000 I-X 2,122.14
WILSON EDWARD MICHAEL & 13.200AC
LOT 56 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
65/53 87/171 101/618-619 279/
112 2003/1015 2005/481

1216 151016-05620590-0000 1,404.49
FREEMAN JAMES ET AL 7.340AC
LOT 59 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
55/67 82/437 2002/4423 UTIL
EASEMENT 2006/6429

1217 151016-05620600-0000 972.93
FREEMAN JAMES ET AL 7.470AC
LOT 60 UNIT 2 WAC CAMPSITES
87/358 245/548

1218 151016-05630000-0107 32.42
SWEARINGEN JOHN C & SHELLEY 0.160AC
PART OF LOT 1 OF REPLAT OF
LOTS 1 8 9 10 19 20 21 22 & 23
WAC CAMPSITES UNIT II (AKA LOT

1219 151016-05630000-0108 32.42
SWEARINGEN JOHN C & SHELLEY 0.160AC
PART OF LOT 1 OF REPLAT OF
LOTS 189 10192021 22 & 23
WAC CAMPSITES UNIT II (AKA LOT

1220 151016-05630000-0109 51.17
SWEARINGEN JOHN C 0.350AC
PART OF LOT 1 OF REPLAT OF
LOTS 1 8 9 10 19 20 21 22 & 23
WAC CAMPSITES UNIT II (AKA

1221 161 16-00000001-0020 304.12
HOLDER JOSEPH A & KATHRYN D 161.870AC
NW/4 146/451 213/163 EASEMENT
213/169 UTIL EASEMENT 227/182

1222 171016-00000001-0041 32.42
HOLDER JOSEPH & KATHRYN 1.090AC
N 40'OF COM AT NE/C 17-10-16
FOR POR THENCE RUN ON E LN OF
SAID SEC 17 S 933.39 FT TO POB

1223 251016-01330000-0010 HX 734.42
MENDEZ TONY L & CHARLOTTE S 5.000AC
LOT 1 SPJ SUBDIVISION CONT 5
ACRES 164/498 179/450 250/336
UTIL EASEMENT 276/185

1224 251016-01330000-0100 HX 411.05
HURLEY ADAM E 5.000AC
LOT 10 SPJ SUBDIVISION CONT 5
ACRES 161/57 163/647 259/264
UTIL EASEMENT 263/695

1225 251016-01330000-0120 HX 437.30
THOMPSON ROBERT W 5.000AC
LOT 12 SPJ SUBDIVISION CONT 5
ACRES 160/459 UTILITY EASE-
MENT 164/482 212/534 215/373

1226 251016-02120000-0180 HX 582.64
PARRISH GENE RAY & MARSHA 5.150AC
COM AT SW/C OF SE/4 OF SE/4
OF 25-10-16 FOR POB THENCE
RUN ON S LINE OF SAID SE/4 OF

1227 251016-02120002-0240 HX 1,984.94
DOUGLAS VICTOR H SR 10.510 AC
COM AT NE/C OF 25-10-16 FOR
POR THENCE RUN ALONG N LINE
OF SAID SEC 25 N 89 DEG W

1228 281016-00000008-0000 527.85
G O FARMS INC 80.000AC
S/2 OF SW/4 38/334 64/49 64/
194 174/20 & 605


1229 361016-00580000-0070 1,976.83
MEYER RUSSEL ALAN 10.OOOAC
PARCEL 7 GILCHRIST FARMS
UNREC SUBD 76/616-617
104/399-400 & 433 109/438-439

1230 361016-00580000-0130 HX 1,396.86
WOOD MARJORIE 4.980AC
PARCEL 13 GILCHRIST FARMS LTD
UNREC SUBD OR 77/46&47 89/174
103/202 115/682-683 127/336


JEFFERSON LORNA & NIGEL BUTLER 0.240AC
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