Deeds recorded

Beaver Meadows

Neal DeAngelo III to Cheryl L. Messer, 63 (rear) Church St., Beaver Meadows, property at 63 (rear) Church St., $112,300.

Kidder Township

Federal National Mortgage Association to Clarence L. Engler, Langhorne, Pa., property at 14 Timberest Lane, Albrightsville, $69,825.

Parryville

James A. Christman to Cody Wescoe, 2321 Cherry Hill Road, Palmerton, property at 2321 Cherry Hill Road, $168,000.

Penn Forest Township

Lisa M. Hanzel to Christopher W. Flint, 259 Petrarch Trail, Albrightsville, property at 259 Petrarch Trail, $151,000.

Mike McArdle to Frank J. Cerminaro III, Douglassville, property at 229-242 Butternut Road, $12,000.

Federal National Mortgage Association to Roxann D. Strohl, 187 Brittany Drive, Albrightsville, property at 187 Brittany Drive, $125,000.

George Strubinger to John Dennis Ivanitch, P.O. Box 259, Albrightsville, parcel No. 22-51-A6.02, $51,000.

Lorraine A. Padgett to Lorraine A. Padgett, 67 Fawn Road, Jim Thorpe, property at 67 Fawn Road, $1.

Donald J. Teefy Sr. to Charles J. Haffey, Virginia Beach, Va., property at 37 W. Cherokee Trail, Albrightsville, $105,000.

Donald W. Lankford to Joseph Mancini, Secaucus, N.J., Lot 1207, Section III, Towamensing Trails, $185,000.

Charles D. Lutz to Carmen E. Porta, Effort, property at 56 Petrarch Trail, Albrightsville, $124,900.

Prime Group Partnership to Scott Guiley, Downingtown, Towamensing Trails Lot V-524A, Section E-V, $15,000.

Alan M. Brenner to Mark Paul Zercie, 60 Robertson Road, Jim Thorpe, property at 60 Robertson Road, $164,500.

Peter Micciche to John R. Goodbred, 29 Tree Loft Circle, Jim Thorpe, property at 29 Tree Loft Circle, $185,000.

Towamensing Township

Rob R. Heath to Laura Y. Green, 885 Station St., Lehighton, property at 885 Station St., $210,000.

Prothonotary's report

A total of 242 cases were started in October in the office of Carbon County Prothonotary Joann M. Behrens, according to a monthly statistical report released by the officeholder. A breakdown of the cases is as follows:

Assessment appeal, 1; civil actions, 36; custody complaints,19; district justice appeals, 4; divorce complaints, 20; ejectment complaint, 2; license appeal, 1; mortgage foreclosure complaints, 10; name change petition, 1; miscellaneous, 2; protection from abuse petitions, 36; tax sale case, 1; court rules,1; judgments, 112; writ of execution, 1; and stipulations/ waivers of liens, 5. The office staff also received and processed 43 applications for U.S. Passports.

Behrens' financial report shows $23,885.57 was generated as follows: prothonotary's fees, $19,141.70; interest income, $6.37; PFA Surcharge, courts, $90; PFA Surcharge, Sheriff, $100; custody fees, $750; and data processing fees, $3,797.50.

The prothonotary also remitted $3,068.82 to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Revenue, representing state fees collected locally, and $42 to the Administrative Offices of the Pennsylvania Courts, this being surcharges on new custody cases in accordance with Act 119 of 1996. Another $840 was deposited in the Prothonotary's Automation Fund for future use in automating the office.