Private Acts, 1856
Chapter No 173
That the line as run by Samuel C Young, according to an act of Assembly, passed Feb 20, 1854, Chapter 129, commencing at a point near Powell Harmens thence running north eighty-five degrees, west, to the residence of Coakers, on the top of the mountain, and marked by James Wilson, be, and the same is hereby, declared to be the true dividing line between the Counties of Anderson and Campbell.
That the Surveyors of the Counties of Anderson and Roane, in connection, shall meet and run, and cause to be marked, the dividing line between the counites of Anderson and Roane, from the Double Springs on Poplar Creek, to a point on Clinch River, according to an act of Assembly, passed 1801, Chapter 45, Section 15; and the same when run and marked, shall be the true dividing line between said counties of Anderson and Roane.
That the said Surveyors shall make out a plot of said survey, and file it with the Clerks of the circuit courts of their respective counties, and the same shall be spread on the record books of said courts, at the next terms of their courts. Each county shall pay a proportional part of the expenses of said survey out of their county treasury.
Passed: Feb 25, 1856.