Texas Professional Surveying was hired to conduct a boundary and improvement survey of the grand, historic 457-acre Neidigk Ranch in Montgomery County.
Covering three separate abstracts, encompassing 15 separate tracts of land, adjoined by unrecorded subdivision tracts and crossed by pipelines and utility towers, the Neidigk Ranch survey required an extensive amount of research. The 15 separate land tracts comprising the ranch have been passed down over the generations from family member to family member. As a result, the deeds lacked detailed descriptions and, in some cases, the tracts overlapped. With part of the massive ranchland following the Spring Branch Creek County Line, the tract has creeks, swamps, heavy brush and a number of scattered buildings.
To ensure complete accuracy, the team at Texas Professional Surveying researched deeds dating back to the early 1900’s in Montgomery and Harris Counties, located the centerline of Spring Branch Creek by boat, used both GPS and conventional surveying technology to locate property corners and improvements, including monumentation of adjoiners, and conducted yet more research to confirm the findings.