No. The Recorder of Deeds is merely a repository for any deeds that are recorded. If your current deed has been recorded and you subsequently sell a piece of that land on another deed which is then recorded, a title search will reveal these two transactions and allow a person to conclude that the amount of land you own has now changed. If for some reason you wish to reflect that the property's legal description is different, you will need to have a new deed prepared and recorded in this office. It is generally best to have someone with some degree of expertise in this field, such as an attorney, to draft the new deed.