Courthouse Row for Oct. 29

Home/land transfers

The following home and land transfers were recorded at the Rappahannock County Circuit Court Clerk’s office Oct. 9-16:


Cynthia H. Pryor, formerly known as Cindy Cumins, and Gary L. Pryor, wife and husband, to Francis D. Marcinkowski Jr., 16.8217 acres, $660,000, general warranty, tax map 47-11


Craig W. Silvey and Luann Silvey to Craig W. Silvey, 2.94 acres, no consideration, special warranty, tax map 33-95


LMJ facility LLC to Joseph A. Meuse and Jacqueline A. Bogle-Meuse, a certain lot, $150,000, general warranty, tax map 38A-1-17A


Walter G. Sorrell and Patricia M. Burke, husband and wife, to Daniel E. Shultz, 50 acres, $549,000, deed bargain sale, general warranty, tax map 21-43B

Rebecca Birch to Clinton T. Bunnell, .5492 acres, deed bargain sale, $135,000, general warranty, tax map 1-26  

Building permits

The costs cited with the following permit applications are estimates.

Alan Dranitzke, Washington, PV solar installation, $12,000

Nina McKee, Woodville, accessory building, $232,450

Kevin Weisgerber, Sperryville, new service on pole, $1,000

Lisa Wiley Bennett, Woodville, add five receptacles, $250

Edwin Eastham, Huntly, demolition of dwelling, no consideration

Carol Vennergrund, Huntly, rebuild chimney, $10,000

Catharine Taylor, Woodville, convert garage to living room, $60,000

Brian and Anne Darlington, Amissville, electric for kitchen, $2,000

Chenard, Sperryville, temporary service pole, $1,000

Paul Baldwin, screened porch, $5,548

Jim and Jeanne Haley, Huntly, detached garage, $33,200

Meredith Bolton, Castleton, PV solar installation, $15,000

Ralph Bates, Huntly, PV solar installation, $15,000

Michael McCormick, Washington, PV solar system, $20,000

John Tole, Woodville, PV solar installation, $30,000

Dennis Berry, Washington, wiring to shed, $1,500

Castleton VFD, Castleton, generator installation, $5,400

James Boykin, Washington, solar panel installation, $21,500

Henry Butler, Washington, remodel, $250,000

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