2016 Florida Statutes
7.45 Nassau County.—The boundary lines of Nassau County are as follows: Beginning at the mouth of the Nassau River; thence northwesterly up the thread of the main stream of said river to the run of Thomas Swamp; thence southwesterly up the run of said swamp to where it would intersect the prolongation of a line drawn from the southwest corner of township one north, of range twenty-five east, to the southwest corner of township two south, of range twenty-three east; thence on said last mentioned line in a southwesterly direction to where its extension would intersect the range line dividing ranges twenty-two and twenty-three east and the eastern boundary of Baker County, all concurrent with the north boundary of Duval County; thence north on said range line and said eastern boundary of Baker County to the St. Marys River and the boundary line between the States of Georgia and Florida; thence north and easterly along the said river, concurrent with the said boundary line of the States of Georgia and Florida to the Atlantic Ocean; thence southerly, including the waters of said ocean within the jurisdiction of the State of Florida, to the place of beginning.
History.—s. 8, Dec. 29, 1824; s. 8, Nov. 23, 1828; s. 1, Mar. 15, 1844; s. 3, ch. 895, 1858; s. 1, ch. 920, 1858; s. 1, ch. 1185, 1861; RS 32; GS 30; s. 1, ch. 6244, 1911; RGS 32; CGL 34.