Clicking on the map near an area of interest will return all Survey Subdivision Documents located within a one mile radius.
For your first search, type your search term into only one search box (such as "Subdivision name") at a time and and click "Search" or press "Enter" on your keyboard. Entering search terms in multiple search boxes at the same time will reduce the number of responses and is not recommended until you are very familiar with the system. Since all search terms must be found, entering extra search terms may eliminate some results that you actually wanted.
You can sort the results of the search by clicking on a blue column header at the top of a column (Note: click on the actual column header itself), such as "Latitude" to sort the results in that column from North to South.
Then, scroll down to the desired Latitude or re-sort the results by clicking another column header such as "Subdivision name".
Individual records maybe viewed by clicking on the blue icon.
Note: This program will give results that contain any letter or number used as a search term. For instance, entering the term "erb" in the "Subdivision name" search box will give results for any document in which the subdivision name has the letters "erb", like: "Turnberry", "Aberth", or any other Subdivision name in our archive with the letters "erb" in it.
Click on the large blue "Report" button to download the entire data table you just created, sorted in the order you specified, in an Excel-compatible format