1911 private laws – Ch. 344 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 344 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH GRADED SCHOOLS IN THE CAMERON GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT. Whereas, the citizens of the Cameron graded school district, em- bracing the town of Cameron and that portion of Moore and Lee counties lying contiguous thereto, did, on the third Monday in May, one thousand nine hundred and seven, vote a special tax, not to ex- ceed forty cents -40 on the one hundred dollars ($100) valuation of property and one dollar and twenty cents ($1.20) on the poll, for the purpose of establishing graded schools in the Cameron graded schoo] district in compliance with an act of the General Assembly enacted February the twenty-sixth, one thousand nine hundred and seven, as shown in certified copy of same; therefore, The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That all the territory lying within the boundaries of the Cameron graded school district, to wit: Beginning at the ford of Herds Creek, between Angus Fergusons and George Coles, and running as the road in an easterly direction to G. S. Coles line; thence as G. 8 Coles and Matthews line in direction of Cameron to J. W. Yows southwest corner; thence as Yows line to his and Rachel Blues corner in Hartsells line; thenee as Hartsells line in direction of Cameron to William Rogers corner in the Cat Tail Branch; thence with the branch, which is Rogers line, to the Keith line; thence with Rogers line in an easterly direction across the Crains Creek and across the 8 A. L. R. R. to Rogers corner; thence with the railroad and Rogers line to Crains Creek; thence up said creek to T. B. Goodwins corner on said creek; thence with his line to southwest corner of John McDonalds land; thence with his line to the 8 W. of the John Kelly land; thence with the south line of the Kelly land to the Fergus Ferguson land; thence with the south and east line of the Ferguson land to Fayetteville road; thence as Fayetteville road in the direction of Cameron to Swans station road; thence as Swans station road in direction of Swans station to a point in the road opposite where the Richardson dwelling was burned; thence as the road leading from said point by way of Mrs. Elizabeth M. McFadyens farm, crossing the Seaboard Air Line Railroad at said farm; and thence as said road to George Browders mill; thence as road leading in a westerly direction to the N. T. Arnolds on Gulf plank road; thence as said road in direction of Gulf about one-fourth mile to road leading to old Carthage plank road; thence as said road in direction of Carthage to the line of the Melver land; thence as northeast boundary of said land to Herds Creek; thence down said creek to beginning, shall be and is hereby constituted a public school district for white and colored children, to be known as the Cameron graded school district.

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