1905 public laws – Ch. 124 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 124 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH GRADED SCHOOLS IN THE TOWN OF FREMONT. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That all the territory embraced within the following bounds, including the town of Fremont, to-wit: Beginning on Nahunta swamp at the mouth of Mill branch in the line between J. W. Aycock and the heirs of Jesse Aycock and running thence up said branch north, or nearly north, to the road near W. G. Peacocks; thence with said road nearly northwest to Applewhite branch where it crosses the road at Jack Flowers; thence down said branch to Aycocks swamp; thence down said swamp to the eastern line of BH. G. Pippins farm; thence north, or nearly north, with the said Pippins line to John Moores line; thence with said Moores eastern line to Bass swamp; thence down said swamp to the western boundary line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; thence south with said boundary line to the line between J. C. Hooks and A. J. Edmundson; thence west, or nearly west, to Burnt swamp; thence up Burnt swamp to a ditch, the line between J. G. Hooks and John Floars; thence with said ditch to the road near Richard Wards; thence south, or nearly south, to the head of Copelands branch, thence down said branch to Nahunta swamp; thence down said swamp to the beginning, shall be and is hereby constituted a public school district for white and colored children, to be known as the Fremont Graded School District.

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