Could you tell me the oldest dates these maps you mentioned are? The
ones that come from the Charlotte Tax office. Are they done in the last
few years or do they have them going back decades ago?
Jan, The county tax offices in North Carolina have maps you can purchase
for $4 - $5 that have 50 to 100 adjacent landowners. Often you can see
the outer edges of a large tract, and the subsequent parceling of the
tract to heirs or buyers. You add the parcels together to get the
acreage of the original. The maps are not topographical, but do show
water courses. Good luck, Laverne
----- Original Message ----- From: "Kith-n-Kin" <Kith-n-Kin(a)att.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 4:03 PM
Subject: RE: [DMU] Assistance Needed
You got something up, now let's see who responds.
From: Jan Hood [mailto:hood@shentel.Net]
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 13:40
Subject: [DMU] Assistance Needed
I understand there is some type of map, (a topographical map I think)
that once Deed Mapper had drawn out
the lines of the property, that can then be placed on a map. Then you
can go to the adjoining neighbors
property and do the same thing. Does anyone know what I'm talking about
and can tell me from where these
maps may be available?
Thank you very much.
Jan in Va