Geodetic Survey

Greenville/Laurens County Line

 

Greenville Laurens Boundary

(Effective Date August 5, 2019)

 

 


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

SECTION 4-3-280. Greenville County.

“…on the east and southeast by Spartanburg and Laurens Counties…down the Enoree River to a point about one and three-fourths miles below Anderson's Bridge (the corner of Greenville and Laurens Counties); from Laurens County, by a line commencing at said point (opposite Zadock's Ford) and running S. 17° W. 11 miles and 60 chains to a point; thence S. 4° E. 3 miles and 45 chains to a water oak marked "L. G." on Reedy River; thence running to the mouth of Line Creek where it enters the Saluda River…”

SECTION 4-3-350. Laurens County.

“…on the northwest by Greenville County from which it is divided by a line commencing at the mouth of Line Creek, where it enters the Saluda River, and running 5 miles and 45 chains to a water oak, marked "L. G." on the Reedy River; thence N. 4° W. 3 miles and 45 chains to a point; thence N. 17° E. 11 miles and 60 chains, to the ford on Enoree River opposite Zadock's Ford…”

 


Re-establishment Survey:

 

Historical and Reference Documents:

 

 

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

 


 

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