1913 private laws – Ch.96 Sec.1
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CHAPTER 96 AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 362, PUBLIC LAWS OF 1899 The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
That section one of chapter three hundred and sixty-two of the Public Laws of one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine be repealed and the following substituted in lieu thereof: The town of Maxton and vicinity as embraced in the following description, except such part thereof as lies in Scotland County, is hereby constituted a special school district for both white and colored schools: Beginning on Lumber River where the public road leading from Maxton to Harmony Schoolhouse crosses the same and runs down the various courses of said Lumber River to H. C. MacNairs eastern corner; thence running with his southern line to the bridge over the public road leading from Maxton to Lumberton, about two hundred and fifty yards below H. C. MacNairs residence; thence running with the line of the lands belonging to the estate of W. S. MacNair to his southern corner; thence running a direct line to Rachels Pond, J. W. Carters line; thence running with J. W. Carters line to Shoe Heel Creek; thence up the various courses of Shoe Heel Creek to a point one-quarter of a mile above the public road leading from Laurinburg to Campbells Bridge where the same crosses Shoe Heel Creek at Rocky Ford; thence running parallel with said public road leading from Rocky Ford to Campbells Bridge, onequarter of a mile north of the same, to Lumber River; thence running down the various courses of Lumber River to the beginning.