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Tyson's Creek, early name

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  • Martha-Gay Morton
    FYI No Carolina Beaufort County May 16th 1748 Surveyed for Timothy Harris a Tract of Land containing 300 acres lying in Beaufort County & in the Right
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 22, 2010
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      FYI

      No Carolina Beaufort County
      May 16th 1748 Surveyed for Timothy Harris a Tract of Land containing 300 acres
      lying in Beaufort County & in the Right Honorable the Earle of Granvils District
      on the So side of Tar River and Wt side of Lamberts alias Tysions Creek beg'n at
      a Spanish Oak below his grist mill running across the creek east 219 poles to a
      light wood stake on the Et side, then So 219 poles to a pine, then Wt 219 poles
      to a pine, then No 219 poles to the first station Surveyed and platted from a
      scale of 100 poles in an inch. Chain bearers Rich'd Allen & Wm Brantly Ja
      Johnston Surv'r

      Grant housed with the Secretarty of State Land Grants in the Archives in
      Raleigh, NC.

      The plat is a square with the Creek running across the lower right corner. The
      "mill run" is aproximately 105 poles up from the bottom right corner.





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