1901 public laws – Ch.421 Sec.1


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CHAPTER 421 An act te establish high schools in Wesley Chapel School District of Union County and for otber purposes The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That all of the territory embraced within the following boundaries, to-wit: Beginning at J. R. Dees plantation, where he now resides, at a point where his line touches the Davis Mine Road, near Hudsons School-House, and running said Dees line to and including the lands of B. F. Houstons old home place, thence to and including the Wm. Hudson old home place, thence to and including L. G. Howies home place, where he now resides, thence to and including R. H. Howies home place, thence to and including Wm. Fowlers home place, thence the Molly Branch to the Potter Road, thence a straight line to and including R. A. Hudsons plantation where Wm. Helms now lives, thence up Twelve Mile Creek to the first line of J. M. Prices land and including said Prices land, thence to and including D. W. Reids home place to a point where said Reid’s land adjoins J. D. Davis land, thence his southern and western lines to and including A. J. Prices late home place, thence a straight line to the Biggers Mill Road where it crosses the Ridge Road, thence a straight line to and including J. R. Dees home place to the beginning, constitutes a ublic school district for the whites and colored, to be known as Wesley Chapel School District, Union County.

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