SECTION 4-3-240. Edgefield County.
“…north and northeast by Greenwood and Saluda Counties …”
SECTION 4-3-470. Saluda County.
“…; thence the old Edgefield and Aiken line to a point three miles north of where the public road crosses said line near Lybrand's old mill; thence a straight line to ten-mile post on public highway leading from Edgefield to Columbia, near the present or former residence of J. W. L. Bartley; thence a straight line to the junction of the public road leading from Pleasant Cross with the Long Cane road near the present or former residence of William Lott …”
- 1927 Hwy 121 Plans (Edgefield)
- 1927 Hwy 121 Plans (Saluda)
- 1942 Hwy S-28 Hwy Plans Asbuilt
- 1948 Hwy s-21 Plans Saluda County
- 1967 Map of the Aiken-Edgefield County Line & Aiken-Saluda County Line, by M.E. Reames & Charles M. Jones, dated May 1967 and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Aiken County in Plat Book 3, page 99; Edgefield County Judgement Roll#18659;
- Judgement - County of Edgefield, Court of Common Pleas, Judgement Roll#18659 filed and recorded February 13th, 1967.
- Order - County of Edgefield, Court of Common Pleas, Order dated November 24th, 1966.
- Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Edgefield County, Federal Aid Project 184-Reop. Sec. I, Route 39 (New Route 23).
- Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway, Saluda County, Federal Aid Project 214-Reop., Route 39 (New Route 23)
- Summons - County of Edgefield, Court of Common Pleas, Summons dated September 30th, 1966.
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