The mysterious numbers and letters are information DeedMapper uses for
placing the parcel on our background maps, setting the display font, and
whether the parcel is to be locked. Each parcel in the patent file will
have different location numbers. I'm afraid there's no simple way to relate
this to latitude and longitude. As you move parcels around in the program
these numbers change.
----- Original Message -----
From: "MaryAnn Tyre" <lankford(a)tampabay.rr.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2007 9:59 PM
Subject: Re: [DMU] help with understanding deed.
Hi Jo Lee,
Thank you for the quick response. The part I was wondering about was the
insert of this:
Lunenburg County on the branches of the great Creek loc 15005 28602
I found this in another location and not on Deed Mapper. I really hadn't
looked at the entries on Deed Mapper but that is the first place I should
have looked. I will download those and see if it helps me in my research.
I would still like to know if you recognize what this line is all about. I
wondered if some one could have inserted longitude and latitude?
Again THANK YOU SO MUCH
Lankford, Sterling and related families
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