Private Acts: Boundary Changes, 1819

Private Acts of 1919
Chapter 674

SECTION 1.  That the boundary line between Grainger and Hancock Counties is hereby changed so as to read as follows: “Beginning on the south bank of Clinch River on a sweet gum known as Nancy Jackson and Irvin Green’s corner; thence with said Irvin Green’s line to the top of War Ridge, thence with the top of said ridge eastwardly to the Hancock County line, thence northwestwardly to Clinch River, thence to the beginning,” and all of the tract of land hereinbefore described is hereby detached from Grainger County and attached to Hancock County, Tennessee, and the farm of Winfield Searce is detached from Hancock County and attached to Grainger County.

SECTION 2.  That this Act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiring it.

Passed:  April 14, 1919.

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