Geodetic Survey

Kershaw/Lancaster County Line

 

Kershaw Lancaster County Line

 


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

 

SECTION 4-3-330. Kershaw County.

“...on the northwest and north by Lancaster County from which it is divided by the following lines: beginning at a point on Catawba River 1/2 mile above Peay's Ferry, thence N. 54° E. 9 miles 62 chains to stone corner near Russell Place; thence N. 74° E. 1 mile 37 chains and 50 links to corner at Hammond's Springs 75 feet left; thence N. 48° E. 2 miles 63 chains to stone corner near Hanging Rock Bridge; thence south along the Salisbury Road 4 miles 16 chains to corner near Bethel Church; thence N. 66° E. 14 miles 76 chains 16 links to Lynch's River…”

 

SECTION 4-3-340. Lancaster County.

“…on the south by Kershaw County from which it is divided by the line mentioned in Section 4-3-330…”

 

SECTION 4-3-341. Lancaster County.

“That portion of Kershaw County shown on a certain SURVEY OF A PORTION OF KERSHAW COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA, AS PROPOSED FOR ANNEXATION INTO LANCASTER COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA, dated December, 1976, as certified by H. C. Clarkson, Jr., S. C. Reg. L. S. No. 2589, Greenville, W. R. Williams, Jr., S. C. Reg. L. S. No. 3979, Travelers Rest, and William A. Blackwood, Jr., S. C. Reg. L. S. No. 3923, Spartanburg, recorded in the office of the Clerk of Court of Kershaw County in Plat Book 35, at Page 2455, and recorded in the office of the Clerk of Court of Lancaster County as Plat No. 2710, is hereby transferred and annexed to Lancaster County.”

 

 


Re-establishment Survey:

 

 

 Historical and Reference Documents:

 

  • Act 656 of 1908;   Approved the 26th day of February, 1908.
  • Act 348 through 351 of the 1977-78 Session;   Bill S*264; Approved the 10th day of June, 1977 and to take effect December 31, 1977. Bill S*548; Approved the 14th day of June, 1977. Bill S*478; Approved the 14th day of June, 1977 and to take effect December 31, 1977. Bill S*582; Approved the 28th day of June, 1977.
  • Act 273 of the 1979-80 Session;   Bill S*596; Approved the 2nd day of July, 1979 and to take effect December 31, 1979. (This Act has not been entered into the SC Code of Law).
  • Kershaw County Plat Book 2, page 6 and page 7   Map of Boundary Line Between Counties of Kershaw and Lancaster, by Chas. Wilson; Chas. Dwight; and F. Colcock, dated July 7th to August 1st 1908.
  • Kershaw County Plat Book 35, page 2455  Survey of a Portion of Kershaw County, S.C., as Proposed for Annexation into Lancaster County, S.C., by Campbell & Clarkson, Surveyors, Inc.; W.R. Williams, Jr.; and Blackwood Associates, dated December of 1976.
  • Kershaw County Plat Book 36, page 610  Survey of a Portion of Lancaster County, S.C., as Proposed for Annexation into Kershaw County, S.C., by Monroe F. Green; William A. Whitworth; and Larry W. Smith, dated September of 1978.
  • Kershaw County Plat Book 36, page 611  Survey of a Portion of Lancaster County, S.C., as Proposed for Annexation into Kershaw County, S.C., by Monroe F. Green; William A. Whitworth; and Larry W. Smith, dated September of 1978.
     

 

 Monuments:

 

  • 1: 1” Rebar w/Cap Set  
  • 96: Granite Monument Found Disturbed  
  • 40030: “Cunningham” Monument in Summerville Cemetery (Tie Line)  
  • 95: Granite Monument Found  
  • 1735: Granite Monument Found 
  • 144: Granite Monument Found  
  • 1643: Granite Monument Found  
  • 1651: Granite Monument Found  
  • 151: Granite Monument Found Disturbed  
  • 1964: Granite Monument Found  
  • 3001: Granite Monument Found  
  • 10059: Granite Monument Found 
  • 1091a & b: Granite Monument Found  
  • 141a & b: 2” Iron Pipe Found  
  • 142a & b: Granite Monument Found  

 


 

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