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October 18, 2005

Real estate transactions for Indiana

The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:

Indiana County

Nathan and Dana McElroy, Cresson, from Timothy P. and Suzanne M. Muldoon, Indiana, property in Indiana, $127,500.

Thomas M. Boyd and Christine M. Gonos-Boyd, no address listed, from David W. Grant, White Township, property in White Township, $81,000.

Kenneth S. Coles, Indiana, from Barbara Skupien, Indiana, property in Indiana, $119,400.

Shaun R. and Brittany L. McGinnis, no address listed, from William M. and Connie T. Thomas, West Wheatfield Township, property in West Wheatfield Township, $153,000.

Clifford W. and Diana L. Rupert, Indiana, from Gary E. and Janet M. Brewer, White Township, property in White Township, $272,000.

David W. Grant, no address listed, from Donald and Beverly Miller, Rayne Township, property in White Township, $57,500.

Patrick J. Sr. and Lisa A. Renz, Homer City, from George Popovich, Indiana, property in Homer City, $68,000.

Eric V. and Melissa M. Gromley, no address listed, from Janet M. and Theodore Ryen and Jean and Ed Molash, no address listed, property in Washington Township, $155,000.

James R. and Elaine M. McMullen, Trustees or their successors in trust under the McMullen Family Trust, Green Township, from Andrew T. Bower and Madlyn L. Bower, both of Carlisle, property in Cherry Tree, $23,000.

William J. McCracken, Creekside, from the estate of Susan E. Palella, property in Indiana, $67,000.

Ben M. and Judith M. Cunningham, White Township, from Clyde Thomas and Nina Thomas, Black Lick Township, property in Blairsville, $28,500.

Lisa J. Diefenbach, Little Rock, Ark., from Max S. and Laura A. Mohney, White Township, property in White Township, $131,000.

Robert L. Webber, no address listed, from Charles A. and Lisa B. Knight, White Township, property in Indiana, $81,000.

Vincent Harding, Homer City, from the estate of Anna Jean Sanno, property in Homer City, $55,000.

Brandon P. Marusa and Holly M. Bell, no address listed, from Larry D. and Barbara A. Winkler, no address listed, property in Marion Center, $86,920.

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