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Plat of William Waller, 1734 May 24.

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North 63 East 316 poles E North 38 E 106 [illegible] The Great Mountain Road A N 50 W 132 pole B South 63 West 200 pole C South 21 East 180 pole D The Mash Run 317 Acres

A. Is four Corner pines and a white oak of Mr. Hancock Lees on the west side the Marsh Run B. Is a Corner white oak and pine and two Red oak Saplins in the said Lees line near the road, C. Is two Corner red oaks and a pine of Eusibius Stones by a Valley on flatt Ground D Is 3 Corner pines by a Small Valley in Stones lines E Is 2 Corner pines on a hill side F. Is 3 Corner Hickory Saplins and a white oak on the South Side the Marsh Run

Surveyed May the 24th 1734 for Mr. Joseph Hawkins & William Cudy of Spotsylvania County three hundred and Seventeen Acres of King Land According to the above plan lying in Saint Marks parish in Spotsylvania County above the little Mountains and on both Sides the Mash Run

Pr. me James Cox Surveyr. A true Copy Wm: Waller Surveyr Spotsa. Coty.