Re: Easement for the Pleasure of the Community
The OP has told us that the easement in question was created in 1955 by a court order. As it is doubtlessly a matter of public record, it may be valid without being found in other county records. Sometimes easements created by courts are only found in the records of the court. Modern title searches relating to conveyances typically only go back forty or fewer years, and liability is typically disclaimed for older issues, even though they may be in full effect.
It's probably best for the OP to consult a local real estate attorney who should examine the original case in detail in order to better understand the issues addressed by the 1955 court order. As for the location of the easement it created, the court may have ordered a map made, or may have just made up a hazy description of it's extent.
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