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This entry is part 5 of 8 in the series Land Records

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    • Apple on October 29, 2009 at 10:08 am

    Thanks Pam! I had most, but not all of these links.
    .-= Apple´s last blog ..Marshall C Warner. July 30, 1908 =-.

    • Joan on October 29, 2009 at 8:58 pm

    I am a map fiend. I love maps. Thanks for a nice concise listing. My favorite of the list is the Rumsey maps collection. Thanks again

  1. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial on land records. The county subdivision maps led me to paperwork concerning the subdivision where I lived as a child and the controversy it caused (I’m working on that post for my In Deeds blog and linking your land record series). The subdivision’s land deal caught the attention of Robert F. Kennedy because it was part of a Teamster’s Union transaction, so Jimmy Hoffa was involved, too. Who said land records are boring!
    .-= Cathy Palm´s last blog ..A Deed Gone Bad in Bexar Co., TX, With Adelicia Acklin In The Middle =-.

  2. Thanks for the comments, ladies. This obviously is not everything, but it it what I use most!

  3. Thanks for the feedback, Cathy. Glad you found something you could use, and sorry you were stuck in the spam-catcher for a day.

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