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WALLINGFORD — Property transfers reported from Jan. 10 to Jan. 21
Zbigniew Janikowski to Omar D. Lopez and Silvina Etchegoyen, 11 Terrell Farms Way, $454,000.
Thomas V. Bukowski to Robert Pallman and Cheryl Perkins, 7 Williams Place, $195,000.
Donna Jakiela to Edward Schreiner, 8 Southside Court, $270,000.
Walter Ernest Eichorn to Nancy L. Morin, 5 Chimney Hill Road, $140,000.
Mitchell R. and Nelida Rivera Gauthier to Diana Ashton, 63 Williams St., $265,000.
Susan Daddio to Thinti Nguyen, 44 Western Sands, $25,000.
Dorothy Daly to Joanne Correia, 380 Main St., $150,000.
Estate of Elma Bates to Lawrence Mordarski, 24 High Hill Road, $128,500.
US Bank, trustee to David Palma, 44 S. Cherry St., $70,000.
Rosemary L. Cummings to Ciro Iannaccone, 17 Sorrento Road, $235,000.
George L. and Gail M. Livingston to Christian V. Mastrianni and Mary Katherine Landino, 32 Brian Road, $210,000.
David W. and Patricia A. Austin to David and Sarah Jones, 61 Hintz Drive, $335,000.
Janice E. and Joseph S. Nemeth Sr. to Ryan and Nicole Parsons, 1266 Durham Road, $350,000.
Timothy Joseph and Grace E. Sullivan to Shane A. and Christopher LaChance, 134 North St., $315,000.
Christopher and Shane LaChance to Justin Adam Cummings, 60 Dutton St., $285,000.
Merlyn and Iyaz Akhtar to Bruce A. Lennon, 82 Brentwood Drive, $142,000.
Peter G. and Janet C. Smith to Anthony and Nazaneen Benvenuto, 5 Kovacs Place, $350,000.
Wells Fargo Bank to Patricia Sorrentino, 863 Clintonville Road, $99,900.
Jessica Gwara, to Brenda L. Franzis, 12 Oak St., $200,000.
First Niagara Bank to Scott Hozebin, 20 Hoffman Court, $80,000.
David and Sarah Jones to Robert and Melissa DiLauro, 6 Quince St., $169,000.
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