1905 public laws – Ch. 699 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 699 AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE SANDY RIDGE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT, No. 10, WHITE RACE, IN BUFORD TOWNSHIP, UNION COUNTY. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That all the territory embraced within the following boundaries shall constitute a public school district, to-wit: Beginning at J. J. Lockharts plantation on the Plyler Mill road near Emeline Milton, including said J. J. Lockharts plantation; thence to and including L. C. Bickett place; thence to and including the A. A. Laney place, known as the Mine tract; thence to and including S. M. Rogers place; thence to and including Thomas E. Williams place; thence to and including T. N. Gay, Jr.s, place; thence to and including John Broom place, thence to and including Mrs. Queen Helms place; thence to and including J. H. Edwards place; thence to and including Miss Julia and Patterson Belks heirs land; thence with a straight line to and including S. H. Rogers place; thence to and including Columbus Belks place; thence to and including the J. J. Lockhart and C. H. Richardson place; thence to and including J. P. Aycoth place; thence to and including A. Cooks place, known as the Jacob Starnes place; thence to and including C. L. Youngblood place, known as the Simpson and Sikes place; thence to and including W. S. Brantley place; thence to and including W. L. Griffin place; thence with the Plyler Mill road and Mount Prospect school district line to the beginning. The said territory so.bounded shall constitute a public school district for the white race, to be known as the Sandy Ridge School District, Number Ten, in Buford Township, Union County, North Carolina.

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