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Hampton Jasper County Boundary (preliminary report)
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HAMP JASP project overview
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S.C. Code of Law
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SC CODE OF LAW:  (HTTP://WWW.SCSTATEHOUSE.GOV/CODE/T04C003.PHP)

SECTION 4-3-300. Hampton County 

Hampton County is bounded as follows: on the northeast by Colleton County from which it is separated by the Combahee and Salkehatchie Rivers; on the northwest by Allendale County; on the southwest by the Savannah River which separates it from the state of Georgia and on the southeast by the counties of Jasper and Beaufort.

SECTION 4-3-320. Jasper County 
Jasper County is bounded as follows: by a line originating at a point in the Savannah River, where the township line between Lawton and Goethe townships on one side and Robert and Coosawhatchie townships on the other in Hampton County intersects the South Carolina-Georgia state line; thence northeastward following said line between said townships to its intersection with the center line of the Coosawhatchie River

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Re-Establishment Survey Files
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Historical and Reference Documents
  • Map of line dividing Jasper and Hampton Counties dated July 1914, signed by Win R. Mew representing Jasper County and W.H Rentz representing Hampton County. Recorded at the Hampton County Register of Deeds Office at Plat Book 1 Pg 076.
  • Plat of the Hampton Jasper County Boundary dated July 1914, signed by Win R. Mew representing Jasper County and W.H Rentz representing Hampton County. Recorded at the Jasper County Register of Deeds Office at Plat Book 6 Pg 5.
  • Plat of 125.45 acres surveyed for Henry Garbade and John P. Wise Estate, surveyed 1967 by Harold R Johnson, recorded in Jasper County Register of Deeds, PB 12 PG 271.
  • Plat of 125.45 acres surveyed for Henry Garbade and John P. Wise Estate, surveyed 1967 by Harold R Johnson, recorded in Jasper County Register of Deeds, PB 12 PG 271.
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Monuments
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Note: See Plat for Geographic Coordinates of Monuments

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