What's the bearing?
Wow that map looks like pre-1920s, by 1972 the subdivisions were much more sophisticated that that.
Just A. Surveyor??
You have the map; and the bearing between lot 1 and 2 is printed on it. Can you NOT read it?
if the same person owns both lots, it doesn't matter. Use the distances along the south and north lines of the lots.
It appears to be parallel to the other interior lot lines, except the ones running along the creek. These lines all look to be running a little to the right of a 90 degree angle from the southerly perimeter boundary, so I vote for N 23-30 E.
Yeah you have fun with that. I am looking at that plat on a 27" monitor and I couldn't tell you what any of the bearings are.