As written, the first is nonsensical. Directions begin with a north or
south, then some number of degrees, then an east or west. That's the common
form. Degrees, minutes, and seconds are separated by slashes in DeedMapper,
If you don't have a North or South to start things off, something's missing
from the deed.
I've never seen "laterally". Maybe if you provide some more context someone
can figure out what's being said. Also, what is the location and time
period of these deeds?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Susan Buyer" <susanbuyer(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2007 6:43 PM
Subject: Re: [DMU] How to plot "eleven degrees east"
How would you plot a line which reads "eleven degrees thirty-one
east thirty-five and four tenths perches" ?
e11.5;35.4p does not work.
e11.5n;35.4p will plot a line, as will e11.5s;35.4p. Is there a correct
solution to this, or is it a matter of trial and error?
Another one that I don't know how to deal with: "south 35 degrees
Thanks much for your help--
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