For me DM provided the proof needed to prove a connection
between a father and his children. I had to take all the
deeds and grants to the father (1700's) and plot them. I
was then able to plot land sold by his descendants.
Combining this information with his will proved the
connection. The prob I was addressing was too many people
in the same area with the same first name.
The learning curve is not bad, except the syntax for
entering data is not very forgiving. Would I gather all the
deeds for a person (YES) and plot them (NO), unless I had a
special reason. At one time I thought about including plots
of most deeds in my decadency narrative, I plan to give to
kin-folk. I decided against it as I felt it would add
nothing except in the case mentioned above. I will include
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2000 11:15 PM
Subject: Re: [DMU] Topozone Maps
In a message dated 10/29/2000 11:10:11 PM Central Standard
> Do you or anyone else think it would be worthwhile for
me to purchase
> a copy of Deedmapper, obtain deed documents and plot my
> TN deeds? Is there a long learning curve with this
> much and where do I get it?
I hope these questions will be answered on the list
because I, too, am
lurking to see if this program is something I can handle.
I'm beginning to
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