I'm not sure what you are saying. In the "request" I mentioned, for example,
on Kentucky, I found several
researchers listed, but only one of them had uploaded.
I would be interested in contacting these researchers to find out if, indeed, they had
but not uploaded, some plats of interest. So, that's what I want. I already know what
|From: Rondina7(a)aol.com [mailto:Rondina7@aol.com]
|Sent: Saturday, May 20, 2006 14:00
|Subject: Re: Fw: [DMU] Platting counties
|In a message dated 5/20/2006 3:10:14 PM Central Standard Time,
|If you will go to the site below and scan down to Research
|will find the country, state and location of a lot of researchers.
| These are for deed projects in the works or completed.
|Unless I'm not
|seeing something, anyone who is working on a project not
|already posted to that
|site, may be duplicating some else's work. It would be useful
|if the site
|had a place for people to post the areas they are working on
|DeedMapper. For example, if I wanted to plat McNairy County,
|TN, I would not
|put the plats on the site until I had quite a few. Chances are
| that no one
|else is platting that county, however, in an eastern state I
|would think the
|chance of over lapping projects would be higher.
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