Conveyance – Lot Numbers or Land Markers

If adjoining owners purchase with reference to a boundary line, then marked on ground and not by lot numbers, such boundary line, as marked on the ground by common grantor, is binding upon such adjoining landowners and all persons claiming under them irrespective of length of time which has elapsed thereafter. Phillipe v. Horns, 188 Neb. 304, 196 N.W.2d 382 (1972).