SC Code of Law: (http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t04c003.php)
SECTION 4-3-370. Lexington County.
“... Chinquepin Falls Creek and then by said creek to a point where it intersects the line drawn from Silver Bluff, on the Savannah River, to the mouth of Rocky Creek, on Saluda River; on the northwest by Saluda County, from which it is separated by a line drawn from Silver Bluff, on Savannah River, to the mouth of Rocky Creek, on the Saluda River…”
SECTION 4-3-470. Saluda County.
“…Saluda County is bounded by a line beginning at the center of Big Saluda River at a point opposite the corner of Edgefield and Lexington Counties; thence the old Edgefield and Lexington line to the corner of Lexington and Aiken Counties…”
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