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A mile from the mouth of Laurence's creek on the East branch of said creek, it being the first creek below a tree marker IS& IT 1783 that stands on the bank of the Ohio, then to another bank of the Ohio and with its meanders.
On the waters of Bigg Sandy and on the SE corner of Joseph Ellis's 2,067 1/2 acre survey; also 387 1/2 acres, the balance of the same survey, on the NW corner of Ellis's survey and with the line of the 684 acres.
5,000 acres On Licking Creek, and bounded by the NE corner of a 15,000 acre survey of David Leitch, crossing Licking with Leetch's line, and eventually crossing Locust creek to the beginning.
3,000 acres On the SE corner of the above mentioned survey of 5,000 acres, crossing Licking to a 2,000 acre survey in the name of Jacob Myres and John C. Owings, and then going with their line and crossing the corner of the same course with a line of the 15,000 acre survey and two 5,000 acre surveys.
5,000 acres On Licking Creek and bounded by the NE corner of a 15,000 acre survey in the name of David Leitch, following Leech's line and crossing Licking with his line, recrossing the creek twice.
5,000 acres On the above entry and bounded by the SE corner of the above survey, and SE corner of a 2,000 acre survey made in the name of Jacob Myres and John Cocky Owing, and a 15,000 acre survey of David Leitch.
Entered with the surveyor of Fayette County adjoining Edward Williams preemption on Lulbegrud, and bounded by said preemption, corner to Nick's Andersons preemption, and with his lines back to Williams lines.
On the waters of Lulbegrud, and bounded by Lawrence Thompsons survey of 500 acres, Entered with the surveyor of Fayette County adjoining Edward Williams preemption on Lulbegrud, and bounded by said preemption, corner to Nick's Andersons preemption, and with his lines back to Williams lines.
Entered with the surveyor of Fayette County adjoining his former survey of 500 acres on the dividing ridge between Stoners fork of Licking and Howards creek, and bounded by the most northwardly corner of said Harts former survey of 500 acres.
On the North side of the main Branch of Licking about 5 or 6 miles above the mouth of North Licking, adjoining a survey of 1,080 acres of Sd. Henry in the West, crossing Licking twice, and with its meanders.
On the waters of Huston's fork of Licking, on the lines of the Jacoby's land on the line of a Military Survey said to be a certain McDowell's. (Ralph and Henry Jacoby were two of the chain carriers and markers)
On the waters of Bigg Sandy, on the lines of the 6,000 acre survey of the Hon'l William Grason, the western corner of the 10,000 acre survey of Michael Ryan, the north corner of Peter Grant's 8,000 acre survey and his 12,058 acre survey.
On the waters of North Fork of Licking and the Middle Fork of Lawrences creek, on William Wards military warrant survey, Kenton's 2,000 acre survey, the survey of John Craig and Robert Johnston, assignees of John May who was assignee of George Dickens, George Clark's survey, Craig and Johnston assignees of Maswell, Henton assignee of Joseph Frasier, and Craig and Johnston assignees of Jas. McKinley.
On the waters of Little Sandy and on the NW corner of John W. Craig's 9,750 acre survey, being the same place where Bartholemew Dandirdges 15,656 acre survey and James Calloway's 2,592 acre survey begin, and North with Calloway's line.
On the waters of Licking, beginning on the NW corner of Jacob Myres 5,000 acre survey and John C. Owens 2,000 acre survey, crossing Licking and crossing a large branch of Flat Creek and an island in Flat Creek.
On the West side of Bigg Sandy and bounded by on the lower corner (on Sandy) of James Garrard's 23,250 acre survey at the lower side of the mouth of a small creek, and the upper end of a large cane bottom and the upper corner of Lewis Lunsford's 2,725 1/4 acre survey.
On Bigg Sandy, bounded by the SE corner of James Ramms survey of 1,000 acres, John Pollards 2,499 3/4 acre survey and East with his line, and Thos. Allen's survey of 3,681 3/4 acres, and William Petties survey.
On the North Fork of Licking, bounded by John Barnett's lower corner on the S. bank of the No. Fork of Licking of his survey of 1,177 acres, and with his line to a corner, and with the meanders of the creek to the beginning.
Bounded by joseph Strother's 7,221 1/2 acre survey, George Davis's 19,050 acre survey, and the old line of Richard Shepherd's land, the West bank of Bigg Sandy at the mouth of a small branch then up Sandy.
On the lines of Edmond Logwood's 10,000 acre survey, and in the line of Berfords 6,400 acre survey, the line of Alexander Dows 5,000 acres and with another of their lines, and a corner of William Marshall
On the waters of Bigg Sandy, and bounded by Joseph Strothers' 7,221 1/2 acre survey cornering to William Miller's 1,000 acre survey and to another of his lines, and on the line of the 25,000 acre survey of John May and David Ross
250 acres on the waters of Sandy, and on the lines of the SW corner of Samuel Blankenbeeker's 517 1/2 acre survey; also, 250 acres on the SW corner of Edward Mitchall's 250 acre survey. Both, part of same survey.
On the east side of Bigg Slate Creek and adjoining sundry surveys of sd. Myars, and near a large Mudd Lick in the Mountains, and on the lines of Thomas Clark's 5,000 acre survey, Jacob Myars and Edward Owings 1,000 acre survey, Benj. Boman's 600 acre survey, Hugh Sidwell's 1,000 acre survey, George Thompson's 5,000 acre survey, James Patten's 200 acre survey on the old indian Town on Slate Creek, and a branch in the old Indian Fields.
500 acres on Johnston's fork of Licking at the SW corner of sd. Peters settlement, and also 500 acres on the east corner of the 500 acre survey just described, John Peters settlement, and Charles Campbell's 2,000 survey.
Myears (or Myars), William, Assignee of Jacob Rife and Charles Morgan, Assignees of William Myars
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