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My dad said his mother owned mineral rights on land in holiday texas. She got a check each month> How do I find out where the land was?

My dad said his mother owned mineral rights on land in holiday texas. She got a check each month> How do I find out where the land was?

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Start with an old bank statement and see if you can find the issuer or better yet if there are papers who shows the company who paid the dividends. When you find the company who paid the dividends contact them and explain the situation.

 

You might try Archer County TX to see if they have records showing your grandmother's name.

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