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SECTION 4-3-480. Spartanburg County.
.......on the southeast by Union County, from which it is divided by the following lines: beginning at the dead Spanish oak on the north side of the Enoree River, and running N. 12° E. 3 miles and 26 chains; thence N. 17° E. 2 miles and 28 chains; thence N. 6.5°E. 11 miles and 15 chains, crossing Tyger River to Fair Forest Creek; thence N. 33°45'E 6 miles and 37 chains to Pacolet River, a little below Gist's Mill
SECTION 4-3-500. Union County.
......... on the northwest by Spartanburg County from which it is divided by a line, beginning at the corner of Cherokee and Union Counties with Spartanburg County on the Pacolet River, and running thence S. 33.75° W. to the intersection of Fair Forest Creek; thence S. 6.5° W. across the Tyger River to Hackett's Creek; thence S. 17°W. 2 miles and 28 chains to the Cross Keys road; thence S.12°W. to a dead Spanish oak on the north bank of the Enoree River, a little above Nusgrove's Ford, opposite Gordon's Mill;
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