Geodetic Survey

Aiken/Edgefield/Saluda County Line

 

Aiken & Edgefield Boundary and a

Portion of Aiken & Saluda Boundary

(Effective Date August 22, 2018)

 


SC Code of Law:  (http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t04c003.php)

 

SECTION 4-3-20. Aiken County.

 “…on the northwest by Edgefield and Saluda Counties from which it is divided by a straight line commencing at the mouth of Fox's Creek, where it empties into Savannah River, and running thence to where the south branch of Chinquapin Falls Creek (a tributary of the North Edisto River) intersects the Saluda and Lexington line…”

 

SECTION 4-3-240. Edgefield County.

 “…on the southeast by Aiken County…

 

SECTION 4-3-470. Saluda County.

 “…the corner of Lexington and Aiken Counties; thence the old Edgefield and Aiken line to a point three miles north of where the public road crosses said line near Lybrand's old mill…”

  


Re-establishment Survey:

 

Historical and Reference Documents:

  • 1967 Map of Aiken–Edgefield County Line & Aiken–Saluda County Line   Map of the Aiken-Edgefield County Line & Aiken-Saluda County Line, by M.E. Reames & Charles M. Jones, dated May 1967 and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Aiken County in Plat Book 3, page 99; Edgefield County Judgement Roll#18659; and Saluda County Plat Book 9, page 165A.
  • Summons  County of Edgefield, Court of Common Pleas, Summons dated September 30th, 1966.
  • Order  County of Edgefield, Court of Common Pleas, Order dated November 24th, 1966.
  • Judgement  County of Edgefield, Court of Common Pleas, Judgement Roll#18659 filed and recorded February 13th, 1967.
  • Lexington County Slide 137, Plat 2  Plat of Property Surveyed for Dwight E. David, Jeffrey L. Davis, and Harold S. Davis, by William J. Schumpert, dated July 7, 1995 and recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Lexington County on Slide 137, Plat 2.
  • Highway Plans  Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Aiken County, Docket No.s 5.485 and 2.483 pts 1 & 2, Route I-20.

 

Monuments: (See Draft Plat for Geographic Coordinates of Monuments)

  • A: 3-1/4 Inch Mark in Stone
  • A: 3-1/4 Inch Mark in Stone
  • B: Mouth of Fox’s Creek 
  • C: Concrete Monument 
  • D: Concrete Monument 
  • E: Concrete Monument 
  • F: Concrete Monument 
  • G: Concrete Monument 
  • H: Concrete Monument 
  • I: Concrete Monument 
  • J: Concrete Monument 
  • K: Concrete Monument
  • L: Concrete Monument  
  • M: Concrete Monument 
  • N: Concrete Monument 
  • O: Concrete Monument 
  • P: Concrete Monument 
  • Q: Concrete Monument 
  • R: Concrete Monument  
  • S: Concrete Monument 
  • T: Concrete Monument  
  • U: Concrete Monument  
  • V: Concrete Monument 
  • W: Concrete Monument 
  • X: Concrete Monument 
  • Y: Concrete Monument
  • Z: Concrete Monument 
  • AA: Concrete Monument 
  • AB: Concrete Monument 
  • AC: Concrete Monument  
  • AD: Concrete Monument 
  • AE: Concrete Monument 
  • AF: Concrete Monument 
  • AG: Concrete Monument 
  • AH: Concrete Monument
  • AI: Concrete Monument  
  • AJ: Concrete Monument
  • AK: Concrete Monument 
  • AL: Concrete Monument
  • AL1: Concrete Monument
  • AM1: Concrete Monument 
  • AN: Concrete Monument 
  • AO: Concrete Monument 
  • AP: Concrete Monument 
  • AQ: Concrete Monument 
  • AR: Concrete Monument 
  • AS: Concrete Monument 
  • AT1: Set Monument  
  • AT: Set Monument 
  • AT2: Set Monument 
  • AU: Concrete Monument  
  • AV: Concrete Monument  
  • AW: Concrete Monument  
  • AX: Concrete Monument  
  • AY: Concrete Monument  
  • AZ: Concrete Monument 
  • BA: Concrete Monument 
  • BB: Concrete Monument 
  • BC: Concrete Monument 
  • BD: Concrete Monument  
  • BE: Concrete Monument  
  • BF: Chinquapin Creek  

 

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