Abbeville Anderson Boundary

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Abbeville Anderson County Boundary (Effective Date March 12, 2019)

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Abbeville/Anderson County Line
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S.C. Code of Law
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SECTION 4-3-10. Abbeville County.

“…on the southwest by the Savannah River, by which it is separated from Georgia; on the northwest by Anderson County, from which it is separated by a line (the old Indian boundary) drawn from a marked black gum, on the east bank of the Savannah River, at the foot of Grape Shoals, N. 50° E. to a willow oak, marked "A. & P.," on the south side of Saluda River…”

SECTION 4-3-40. Anderson County.

“…on the southeast by Abbeville County, from which it is divided by a line drawn from a marked black gum on the east bank of the Savannah River, at the foot of Grape Shoals, to a willow oak, marked "A. & P.," on the south side of the Saluda River; on the southwest by the state of Georgia, from which it is separated by the Savannah River…”

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Re-Establishment Survey Files
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Historical and Reference Documents
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1766 Pickins Survey - Boundary Line

between the province of South Carolina

and the Cherokee Indian County.

Found at the South Carolina Department

of Archives and History, <Map 9-11>.

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Monuments
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Note: See Plat for Geographic Coordinates of Monuments

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Supplemental Monumentation

Supplemental Monumentation

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