entered on the search criteria screen must match for a document to be found.
2. Grantor and Grantee names are entered in the
form shown by the example: "SMITH JOHN"
3. To find Grantor
or Grantee names where you are not sure if name is first or middle name, search for "SMITH%JOHN".
This will find "SMITH JOHN" and "SMITH
4. The default
search type for Grantors and Grantees is "proximity." This means the names
can be searched in any order and you can find a combination of names even
when more than one name on a single line. For example, a "proximity" search
for "Roger Patterson" will find a match when the Grantor is equal to
"PATTERSON BOBBY RAY JR PATTERSON RACHEL L SHANKS ROGER".
5. The Svy/Blk/Sec
field works like the Subdivision/Blk/Lot Field. You can select the Survey from
the drop down list, then in the next box labeled "Block," you can enter the
Block to search for within that Survey. Then, in the next box labeled "Lot,"
you can search for the Section to search for within that survey.
Sections would be entered as "12" for Section 12 or "NW" for the Northwest
6. You will find
that the Subdivisions and Surveys are listed in the same table.
7. Dates are entered in the form
should be posted throughout.
7. Instrument Number
is posted as a sequential number. For example, the first document posted in
1997 is 90049. This number is not reset from year to year. Sometime, a
prefix year is included. For example, the first document posted in 1995 is
8. Currently the following documents are missing:
Sept 15, 1995 - Oct 23, 1995
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