State of Kentucky Carter County Sct To the surveyor of Carter County you are hereby authorized and directed and ordered to survey for Thomas J. Campbell two hundred acres of the vacant and un appropriated land in Carter County in one or more surveys, he having paid into Court the amount imposed by law made and provided in such case Witness E. P. Davis Clerk of Carter County Court this 8th day of May 1865 E. P. Davis Clerk of the Carter County Court
scale 50 poles to an inch The Commonwealth of Kentucky Carter County Sct Surveyed May 18th 1865 for Thomas J. Campbell Thirty seven acres of land by virtue of part of an order from the Carter County Court: May tenth(?) 1865 Situate on Big Sinking. Beginning at a chestnut oak white oak & beech, on the south side of Sinking also corner to acres ????? toFrederick Mauk, thence with the Harp(?) tract of 200 acres, S 39 E 64 poles to a white oak on a steep hill side, S 25 W 100 poles to two white oaks, S 56 E 28 poles crossing a branch to a beech & maple in line of 140 acre survey of Frederick Mauk & with his line (reversing) N 17 E 15 1/2 poles to 2 spotted oaks on a point. N 27 E 45 poles to a beech N 50 E 22 poles to a chestnut oak and beech below the cliff, N 39 E 18 poles crossing a branch to two beeches, N 64 E 20 poles to a double pine, hickory & black oak N 10 E 36 poles to two ????? hickories & black oak, N 76 W 32 poles to an elm lynn, white walnut & black walnut at the branch, N 69 W 28 poles to a red oak at the point of the cliff, N 3 E 6 poles to a white oak in a line of the 50 acre & with same S 80 W 40 poles to the beginning. James W. Scott for G. W. Prichard, S.C.C.
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