If doing that you may want to check and see what the clearance requirements for fencing are. Even the placement of fencing materials can become an issue. Build it for yourself and not someone else later down the road. I have seen it happen before as strange as it maybe that people had no say, jurisdiction to what happens to the fence even on their property if built wrong.Thank you! I feel that I have a little more insight, and comprehension to my plat and land now. You worded things plainly enough that even somebody who has a hard time wrapping their (my) head around this stuff, can follow along and understand pretty well. Honestly, a lot of the stuff the guys were saying above kind went over my head. I appreciate ALL of the information from everybody though!
So, the marker in the SW corner that is visible, can I assume that it would have been placed in-line with the actual marker that's buried in the road and the marker in the SE corner? That way, I could just use that marker as my reference point for a straight line from East to West, along my South border. I don't know if that would be a reliable point of reference though.