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From: Tom Bannister <>
Subject: Re: [DMU] Pesky Patent (1704) description 315 a. Chesterfield
Date: Sat, 14 Jun 03 13:56:23 EDT


Thanks for responding. I agree with you as to the plausibility of the Reedy Ck
in question being that on the S side of the James between the falls and Powhite
Creek. But like you, I cannot find adjacent surveys sharing common lines. Also,
if this is the right Reedy Ck, the Easely survey it seems has to be placed
within the lines of Byrds 1687 patent.

If you succeed in finding common lines lines, please let me know.


T.T. Bannister
Dept. of Biology
Univ. of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627-0211
Tel 585-275-8716
Fax 585-275-2070

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