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SECTION 4-3-170. Darlington County.
“… thence following said line to Lynch's River; thence down said river to Sander's Bridge; thence by an air line running to the point where the Cheraw and Darlington Railroad crosses High Hill Creek; thence down High Hill Creek …”
“…thence up Black Creek to Muse's Bridge; thence following the direction of a straight line running from Muse's Bridge to Cashua's Ferry until Back Swamp is reached; thence down Back Swamp to Herring Creek…”
SECTION 4-3-260. Florence County.
“…by a line beginning at Sanders' Bridge on Lynch's River running in an air line to a point where the Cheraw and Darlington Railroad crosses High Hill Creek; thence down High Hill Creek …”
“…...thence up Black Creek to Muse's Bridge; thence following the direction of a straight line running from Muse's Bridge to Cashua's Ferry to Back Swamp; thence down Back Swamp to Herring Creek...”
- Map showing the periphery of what is left of Darlington County after cutting off the part establishing the County of Florence, by Geo. W. Earle, surveyed June 4th, 1889 and recorded in the office of the ROD for Darlington County in Book17 PG 610
- Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Darlington and Florence County, Federal Aid Project No. 270, Sec. “A” & Sec “B”.
- Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Fed. Aid Secondary Project No. 4I-B(I), Docket No. 16.222, Darlington County Route No. 34.
- Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Florence County, FIle No. 21.662, Proj. C-662, Road S-1134
- Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Darlington County, FIle No. 16.515, Proj. C-515, Road S-1018.
- An Act To Re-Establish The Boundary Line Between The Counties Of Darlington And Florence… Acts and Joint Resolutions of The General Assembly of the State of South Carolina Passed at the Regular Session of 1889.
- Act To Establish New Judicial & Election County From Portions Of Darlington Marion Williamsburg & Clarendon Counties To Be Known As Florence County Acts and Joint Resolutions of The General Assembly of the State of SC Passed at the Regular Session of 1888
- Plat prepared at the request of Mr. W.D. Coggeshell, by T.E. Wilson, dated January 5, 1911
- The History of Sanders Bridge
- Plat of 330 Acres owned by J.S. Parnell, by Harmon D. Moise.
- Plat representing a tract of land surveyed at the request of Mr. J.C. Stokes, by H.W. Shaw, dated August 18, 1933.
- A Plat representing a section of territory in Darlington County, designated as the Lamar section, proposed for annexation to Lee County, by J.C. Perrin (sp?) dated February 28, 1907. Provided by the SC Department of Archives and History, <Series S166001>
- Deed from George Byrd into Sutton Byrd and Bartlett Sanders dated November and December of 1817.
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