Here is a plot from Deed Mappers Help. If you open a new plot and paste
this data in place of that which is created, you'll see that is does
"automatically close a plot."
Dat 14 Aug 1807
Rec 25 May 1808
Frm David Smith and wife Emily
To Branson Davis
Re 20a on Muskrat Creek, with orchards
Pt white oak on Hugh Brown's former survey
Ln n23e; 50p; crossing sd creek
Pt white oak on the bank of sd creek
! The following might be 30p
Ln n34w; 50p;
Pt double black oak
Ln s45w; 67p;
Pt stake, conditional line with Hartwell
Lc s45e; ; with sd conditional line to the beginning
From: Bob Thomas [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 10:20 PM
Subject: [DMU] ...and back to the Beginning.
I read that Deed Mapper automatically closes a plot. Not so. Am I
doing something wrong?
I have one land grant where the Beginning and end are 80 poles
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