Real estate transfers in Pike County from July 18-22, 2022

Real estate transactions

Muddy River News transaction information is obtained from Illinois Real Estate Transfer Declaration forms accompanying recorded documents. Dates provided may differ from actual transaction or recording dates. Further details may be obtained from the PTAX form or recorded documents. 

Brian Harris of Hull sold a residence at 29723 2000th in Hull to Robert L. Pettyjohn and Lucinda R. Pettyjohn of Hull for $75,000 on July 20. 

James L. Reynolds and Wilma I. Reynolds of Pearl sold a storage building at 305 Front in Pearl to Polly A. Bugg and Everett Bugg of Nebo for $10,000 in July. 

David C. Jacobs and Robyn M. Jacobs of Sparta, Wis., sold a residence at 31099 Jim Town Hollow Road in Rockport to Lucas D. Fesler and Erin Fesler of Rockport for $435,000 on July 18. 

Logan Harshman of Pittsfield sold a residence at 32097 Highway 106 in Barry to Nathan D. Wegs of Barry and Kaitlyn M. Wegs of Baylis for $204,000 on July 22. 

Gerald W. Kirgan of Griggsville sold a residence at 34902 State Highway 107 in Griggsville to Morgan Westfall of Griggsville for $10,000 in June. 

William T. Booker III of Baylis sold a lot 440 East First in Baylis to Lynda Schwalb and Ricardo Contreras of Baylis for $2,000 on July 7. 

Patrick L. Graham LLC of Lockridge, Iowa sold a 13.09-acre farm at 450 Oak Hill Road in Pittsfield to Robert E. Clark and Sharon L. Clark of Pittsfield for $570,000 on July 20. 

Cindy A. Shaw of Pittsfield sold a residence at 525 Jill in Pittsfield to Tara M. Hammitt of Pittsfield for $100,100 in July. 

Blake A. Clowers of Nebo sold a residence at 608 Clarksville Road in Pittsfield to Cody Allred and Makenna Allred of Pittsfield for $78,000 on July 18. 

Pamela S. Ward and William B. Osborne of Pleasant Hill sold a residence at 901 W. Quincy in Pleasant Hill to The 170 Club, LLC of Oakley, Mich., for $155,000 in July.

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