Doing a survey for a couple brothers that need to split ownership to pass to their families. The land was surveyed/resurveyed by the GLO in 1915. Its in Section 1. The west half of the section was included in an 1856 subdivision that ended without going to the township line so that's why the GLO was back in 1915. Section 1, T16S, R3E, SLM. So in the the cleanup 1915 survey they set a pipe and cap for the South Quarter Corner of Section 1 and another about 2 chains away for the North Quarter Corner of Section 12. Both markers are there in good condition, the owner took me to them. Both markers are about a rod north of an old east west fence. There is no fence going south and the same owner owns both sides of the quarter section line going south through Section 12 (State of Utah). There is a boundary with different owners on both sides of the quarter section line going north through Section 1. The one pipe and cap is out in the open, you couldn't miss it. The other pipe and cap is in juniper trees, not hard to find (if you knew to look) but not in plain sight either. This land has been in the same families for at least 70 years. The guy that showed me the markers (owner) said the fence going north has been there at least 70 years (about his age). They have always thought it was the boundary (the pipe and cap is in the fence line). So guess which pipe and cap is in the fence line going north through Section 1. Yup, marked ¼ Sec 12.