1903 private laws – Ch. 68 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 68 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH GRADED SCHOOLS IN THE VILLAGE AND TOWNSHIP OF SWAN QUARTER, NORTH CARO- LINA, IN THE COUNTY OF HYDE. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the following described territory lying within Swan Quarter Township, Hyde County, to-wit, beginning at Oyster Creek Bridge and running with the Credle Road to the savanna; thence with the New Road to the Swan Quarter Road; thence with the Swan Quarter Road to the line of the land belonging to the Home for the Aged and Infirm; thence with the back line of the lands belonging to the said Home for the Aged and Infirm and along the back lines of the lands of the devisees of Thomas E. Harris, deceased, the lands of Mrs. Jennie Fisher, the lands of W. S. Harris, the lands of Homer Jarvis, John Jarvis, Foster Jarvis, Zacheus Jarvis, R. D. Harris, the heirs at law of Mrs. Sally Griffin, deceased, Mrs. Ida P. Berry and Samuel Weston, William Swindell and the lands of the heirs of George W. Swindell, deceased, to the line of the lands of the heirs of D. K. Credle, deceased; thence with the line of said Credle land to the public road at the Plank Bridge; thence with the line of the Benders Selby land to the leading ditch that empties into Swan Quarter Bay; thence with said ditch to the said bay and thence with the winds of Swan Quarter Bay to Oyster Creek, and thence with the said creek to the beginning, shall be and is hereby constituted a public school district for white and colored children, to be known as the Swan Quarter Graded School District.

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