Public Acts: Boundary Changes, 1883

Public Acts of 1883
Chapter 129

SECTION 1.  That the county line between the counties of Grainger and Union counties be so as to run as follows, to wit: Beginning on the county line between the counties on the top of Log Mountain, running eastward with the top of said mountain to the corner of William Hollingsworth’s farm; thence northwardly with said Hollingsworth’s line to Hogskin Creek; thence with said creek to Clinch River; thence from said river to the Union county line.

SECTION 2.  That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of this Act be and the same is hereby repealed.

SECTION 3.  That this Act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiring it.

Passed: March 21, 1883.

[CTAS] COMPILER’S NOTE:  Public Acts of 1890 (2nd Ex. Sess.), Chapter 5, repealed the above act with the purported exception that the farm of V. W. Capps was left in Union County, but note that the Public Acts of 1895, Chapter 104, purports to, also, place the farm of V. W. Capps in Union County.

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