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At 20:33 on November 25, 2009, lisa bailey said…
happy thanksgiving brother!!! love ya
At 4:00 on November 24, 2009, lisa bailey said…
Reply by RBH 8 hours ago
anyone know anything about this company:
State: Texas Record Number: 24850 Volume / Page: 136 / 255
County: San Augustine Record Date: 5/1/2009 Deed Reference Volume / Page /
Instrument Detail

Type: Memorandum of Lease Lease Form: Not Selected
Date: 6/27/2008 Effective Date:
Multiple Leases: no
Lessor / Grantor: BLACK STONE MINERALS CO LP 1001 FANNIN, STE 2020 HOUSTON, TX 77002
Lessee / Grantee: Ivory Working Interests LP 1001 Fannin, STe 2020 Houston, TX 77002
Acres: 40494.0 Depths Covered: unknown
Survey CARTWRIGHT, M A-4 Cartwright
Survey COLEMAN, N A-7 Coleman
Survey COLWELL, W A-8 Colwell
Survey CRON, L W A-11 Crow
Survey HEARFORD, C A-17 Hereford
Survey HOTCHKISS, A A-19 Hotchkiss
Survey HUNT, N A-21 Hunt
Survey MAC MAHON, S D A-28 McMahon
Survey MOSS, J A-32 Neely
Survey MEALY, J M A-33 Parmer
Survey PAYNE, T A-34 Payne
Survey REDMOND, Z A-36 Redmond

Survey NORWOOD, J L A-211 Norwood
Survey MITCHELL, J A A-200 Mitchell
Survey SP RR CO/CARROLL, J A A-628 Sec:2 Carroll
Survey SP RR CO/FROST, E W A-582 Sec:10 SPRR
Survey SP RR CO/FROST, E W A-581 Sec:4 Frost
Survey SP RR CO/FROST, E W A-580 Sec:6 Frost
Survey DAUGHERTY, C A-446 Dougherty
Instrument Terms
Term: 36 months Delay Rental: No Bonus: $0.0
Expiration: 6/27/2011
Only those depths from the surface of the earth to the top of the James Lime Formation and below the base of the Travis Peak Formation. Lease covers tracts in Sabine & San Augustine Counties.

That wasnt the whole comment--i took out a few names becoz i just didnt ya brother..have a great thanksgiving! miss ya
At 0:53 on November 14, 2009, lisa bailey said…
Comment by Aubrey C. Sanders, Jr. on November 10, 2009 at 8:39pm Lisa,

I thinkg it was you who said you own mineral interest around San Augustine and that you were leased to EOG. I do not know anyone at EOG. However, I only hear positive comments about them. You may want to go to their website,
Undoubtedly your property would come under jurisdiction of their Tyler office. You might call them and talk to their landman to find out about any activity regarding your interests.

At present all my interest are in LA and ARK. It has been more than 50 years since I did any work in Tx and it dawned on me that their land survey system is a bit different than most states. Therefore I am not up to speed on identifying your location and I have not really kept up with activity in that area, even though I did considerable work in E. TX in 50's.

You might be able to go to Texas Railrad Commission website and learn something. Strangely to me, they regulate oil and gas resources.

Unless you contact them you probably will never hear anything more from them until and unless they complete producing well in your drilling unit. The exception would be if they drilled on land you own. In that case they would contact you to pay land damages.

Sorry I cannot be of more help. Contact me any time you think I might help. and Good Luck.

Aubrey Sanders
At 23:46 on November 13, 2009, lisa bailey said…
haha sorry Bro...miss ya
At 21:34 on October 21, 2008, JWC said…
We have over 100 acres in the Redmond Survey. Hopefully our time will come. Just gotta wait this economic crisis out. They have leased all around us.
At 20:49 on October 21, 2008, JWC said…
That's about where we are. We are in the Z-Redmond. We are about 1/2 mile south on 103/705.
At 20:42 on October 21, 2008, JWC said…
You have land south of 103?
At 7:22 on October 2, 2008, JWC said…
Not me. I am not familiar with the name Larry Bunting.

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