Software or website that has lat/Lon overlays?

So, a non-local mineral owner could identify their section, township,range with gps? Thanks, B

If your minerals are in Texas, the RRC's map viewer shows Lat-Lon coordinates reflecting the cursor's position on the map in the bottom right hand corner. One may also search by Lat-Lon.

That would work, but I’m in OK. Thanks for reply. B

Zoom in on an Oklahoma county and a well of interest. Click on "Measure" at the top of the page. In the drop down box choose the "Degrees" option. Lat-Lon of your cursor on the map will be displayed.