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Missing: Lot 38

The deed is vague, but Michael Kosinski wants to know where the 2 acres his family purchased 49 years ago in Ipswich are located. The town has been collecting taxes on the property but has no records that pinpoint the site. How does land just disappear?

By Bruce Mohl
Globe Staff / October 9, 2005

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IPSWICH -- Michael Kosinski remembers as a teenager driving with his father to look at 2 acres of land his family had purchased west of town. His memories of that trip include turning off at the Clam Box restaurant on High Street and a road covered with shells. (Full article: 1136 words)

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