Geodetic Survey

Beaufort/Jasper County Line

 

Portion of Beaufort Jasper Boundary

(Effective Date January 10, 2017)

 


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

 

SECTION 4-3-70. Beaufort County.

“…point on Manigaults Neck where the land line dividing the land now or formerly owned by the Chelsea Club from the land now or formerly owned by Fripp intersect the center line of said creek or waterway; thence following said land line to its intersection with the Fripp public road; thence following the Jasper County side of the said Fripp public road to its intersection with the Hazel road; thence westward following the Jasper County side of said Hazel road to its intersection with a public road at or near Hazel Episcopal Church; thence westward following the Jasper County side of said public road to its intersection with the Charleston and Savannah turnpike; thence following the Jasper County side of the said turnpike to a point opposite its intersection with the southern boundary line of the land now or formerly owned by the Okeetee Club; thence across said road to said boundary line; thence westward following said line to the center line of the New River;…”

 

SECTION 4-3-320. Jasper County.

“…a point on Manigaults Neck where the land line dividing the land now or formerly owned by the Chelsea Club from the land now or formerly owned by Fripp intersect the center line of said creek or waterway; thence following said land line to its intersection with the Fripp public road; thence following the Jasper County side of the said Fripp public road to its intersection with the Hazel road; thence westward following the Jasper County side of said Hazel road to its intersection with a public road at or near Hazel Episcopal Church; thence westward following the Jasper County side of said public road to its intersection with the Charleston and Savannah turnpike; thence following the Jasper County side of the said turnpike to a point opposite its intersection with the southern boundary line of the land now or formerly owned by the Okeetee Club; thence across said road to said boundary line; thence westward following said line to the center line of the New River;…”

 

SECTION 4-3-75Beaufort County; Jasper County area transferred to Beaufort County.

(A)(1) The following described portion of Jasper County is transferred and annexed to Beaufort County:

All that area consisting of approximately 5.95 acres of land more specifically identified and described on those certain plats of survey prepared by Cornerstone Surveying and Engineering, Inc. for the South Carolina Geodetic Survey, R. David Branton, Professional Land Surveyor, entitled "A Plat of a Portion of the Beaufort-Jasper County Line" dated June 15, 2016, and being on file in the South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office and recorded in the Beaufort County Register of Deeds Office in Plat Book 145, pages 162-173, and in the Jasper County Register of Deeds Office in Plat Book 0035, page 0083.

 

SECTION 4-3-325Jasper County; Beaufort County area transferred to Jasper County.

(A)(1) The following described portion of Beaufort County is transferred and annexed to Jasper County:

All that area consisting of approximately 22.34 acres of land more specifically identified and described on those certain plats of survey prepared by Cornerstone Surveying and Engineering, Inc. for the South Carolina Geodetic Survey, R. David Branton, Professional Land Surveyor, entitled "A Plat of a Portion of the Beaufort-Jasper County Line" dated June 15, 2016, and being on file in the South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office and recorded in the Beaufort County Register of Deeds Office in Plat Book 145, pages 162-173, and in the Jasper County Register of Deeds Office in Plat Book 0035, page 0083.

 

Re-establishment Survey:

 

Historical and Reference Documents:

  • Act No. 130 (2018)     An act to amend the Code Of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding sections 4-3-75 and 4-3-325 so as to alter the boundary lines of Beaufort and Jasper Counties by annexing a certain portion of Jasper County to Beaufort County and a certain portion of Beaufort County to Jasper County and make provisions for legal records.  
  • Map of Proposed New County of Jasper     § Hamby, Theod. C.. Map  of Proposed New County of Jasper out of Hampton and Beaufort Counties. Map. Provided by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, <Series S166001>.
  • Map from 1950 Annexation     § McCrady Jr., John; Fripp, Harry M.; Pollard L.W.. Map  of Yemasee Township for Proposed Annexation to Jasper County, S.C. Map. Provided by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
  • Jasper County Plat Book 3, page 99    Map  of Land owned by J.A. Coleman, by Howard Wiswall, dated June and July of 1942.
  • Beaufort County Plat Book 114, page 46    Plat prepared for the Estate of Lucille Fripp Horry, by Gasque & Associates, Inc., dated April 25, 2002, revised March 24, 2006.
  • Beaufort County Deed Book 7, page 571    Chelsea/Fripp Line
  • 1920 Okatie Quadrangle

 

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

  • 1” Rebar w/ Cap: Set  
  • Nail and Washer: Set 
  • A: U-Camp Concrete Monument  
  • B: 1-1/4” Pipe Capped  
  • C: 1” Pipe Capped  
  • AF: 3”x3” Concrete Monument  
  • AG: 4”x4” Concrete Monument  
  • BA: 3”x3” Concrete Monument  
  • BB: 3”x3” Concrete Monument 
  • BC: 3”x3” Concrete Monument  
  • BD: 1-1/2” Pipe  
  • BE: 4”x4” Concrete Monument  
  • BF: Concrete Monument 
  • BG: 1” Pipe  
  • BH: 4”x4” Concrete Monument  

 


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