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Joseph Zenophile Lanctot Land Records – Part 7 — 2 Comments

  1. I didn’t notice this in South Dakota last year, BUT in northern Indiana, houses were often placed at the four corners so that you did have neighbors:

    lH|Hl
    __|__
    lH|Hl (Ignore the extra space below the top set. The “l” stands for the land, extending 160 acres away from the House in that direction; 160 acres of farm land and 4 neighbors.)

    Sue

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