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Session Laws, 1945
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1082 LAWS OF MARYLAND. [CH. 859

it is hereby repealed and that a new Section 2 be and it is hereby
enacted in lieu thereof.

2. The corporate limits of the Town of Hurlock shall be
included within the following metes and bounds, to wit: Be-
ginning at a point in the centre of the state road leading from
the Town of Hurlock to Shiloh Camp Ground, in line with the
north line of the county road leading eastward from said state
road to the Penzer Pickle House, if extended in a north 79
degrees, 30 minutes west direction from the intersection of the
northwest corner of said county road with the east side of said
state road; thence north 79 degrees, 30 minutes west across the
lands of Arthur Osborne, 500 feet to a bounder there planted;
thence north 17 degrees, 15 minutes west across the land of
Osborne Brothers; thence across the Cambridge and Seaford
Railroad, the adjoining state road, the lands of J. B. Hurlock
to the Cabin Creek public county road; thence across the Cabin
Creek public county road and the lands of D. C. Cockran and
Sons, Inc., in all 6743 feet to a bounder there planted; thence
north 82 degrees, 45 minutes east, 401 feet across the lands of
D. C. Cockran & Sons, Inc. to the westward edge of the. state
road leading southward from Waddell's Corners to the Town
of Hurlock; thence across the said state road and on the divi-
sion line between the lands of Frank J. Willy and L. A. Brad-
ley, north 82 degrees, 45 minutes east, 2543 feet to the west
edge of North Main Street extended; thence across said North
Main Street extended, the lands of Donah Nichols, south 77
degrees, 30 minutes east, 758 feet to a bounder planted on the
west edge of the B. & E. Railroad property; thence diagonally
across said B. & E. Railroad property, the Andrews land, the
state road leading from Hurlock to Williamsburg, the Cam-
bridge to Seaford Railroad, south 20 degrees, 45 minutes east,
2192 feet to the canning house property of John N. Wright;
thence across said canning house property and the land of
Olin Higgins, south 13 degrees east, 2768 feet to the south side
of the public county road leading from the Town of Hurlock
to Harrison Ferry; thence south 3 degrees west between the
lands of Robert Conway and George Langford, across a public
county road and Taylor Avenue, 2337 feet to the southwest
corner of a lot owned by George Lanford, at its intersection
with the northward edge of said county road leading east from
the said state road to the Panzer Pickle House; thence with the
northward edge of said road, north 79 degrees, 30 minutes west,
1933 feet to the pace of beginning.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall take
effect June 1, 1945.

Approved April 27, 1945.

 

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