I have found property markers before but never found an old survey for the land where they were located. I usually figured out they were property markers because they were located on the current property boundary and had letters carved in them. I know the West Jersey History Project has a lot of surveys on their site and sometimes the old deeds include a survey but I have never searched for monuments using old surveys.The Samost property, actually two of them, were acquired on December 19, 2001. The total acreage was 948.54. The property near Highbridge consisted of various lots with one surveyed in 1790 and the other in 1775. There was a stone at one location in 2001 but when I arrived a few years later I did not find it even though there were plenty of clues as to where it was. I even dug fairly deep and came up empty. Three trees were blazed and all I had to do was stand in the intersection of the three blazes. I have a photo somewhere of them but as of yet have not found it.
I have more to find out there but the briers and time has kept me from them.