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Re: Anybody know Georgetown, TX tractor history
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Posted by Walter on October 15, 2002 at 17:17:28 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: Anybody know Georgetown, TX tractor history posted by Harold H on October 15, 2002 at 11:49:43:
First you need to get the address where they are sitting on. next you go the the city/county taxing office and look up the address and the survey map of the property.. next you copy down the owners name address and phone number. WHY all this. simply stated who ever owns the land most likely owns the tractors now. YOU can look up death certificates and contact surviving relatives. OLD tractors don;t have ownership titles they are sold with bills of sale only.
MY daughters went to Southwestern Univeristy in Georgetown.. and it is a neat little town. That is why I know about the train tracks they went by the university in an norht/south orientattion and you cross them when coming from the east>
I live in Huntsville texas and I have two daughters in Austin.... so do you have any good information to lead me to the tractors or my daughters? landmark.. road signs.. hwy numbers. etc etc. I know of only one rail road going through town but I am sure there is at least one more. was it in town or west, east, norht, soutn of town or right in town? You could also call the chamber of commerce and ask them about the tractors .. they may be a histroic item in town and well known to the community.
hope this helps you.. Give me something to go on so the next 4 day weekend I get I can look them up for you.
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