Thank you for the update Doug. As I said when I suggested propertymaps.com, you must double check items that are a concern. This is a perfect case in point. Somewhere in a data base that pulls together numbers "something" is causing this erroneous data. As far back as the 1960's it was an axium in the computer world :GIGO. Garbage In, Garbage Out. We have become so dependent on our "click to answer" computers that sometimes we forget to double check.
I will forward this info to propertymaps.com and see if they can trace the error. My suspicion is that the number is buried somewhere in a data base that they pull from somewhere else. I have seen myself when a certain set of data points are attributed to one city but are really from another with the same name, different state.