2019 Florida Statutes
7.58 St. Johns County.—The boundary lines of St. Johns County are as follows: Beginning at a point on the Atlantic coast, at a point where the section line between ten and fifteen, in township three south of range twenty-nine east, intersects the said Atlantic coast; thence west on the said section line to a point where said section line would intersect the range line between ranges twenty-eight and twenty-nine east; thence south on said range line to a point where said range line intersects the township line between townships four and five south; thence west on the township line between townships four and five south, in range twenty-eight east, to a point where said township line intersects the range line between ranges twenty-seven and twenty-eight east; thence north on said range line to where the same intersects Durbin Creek; thence along the south bank of Durbin Creek to Julington Creek; thence along the thread of Julington Creek to the mouth thereof; thence due west to the west margin of the main channel of the St. Johns River and boundary line of Clay County; thence southwardly along the west margin of the main channel of said river and boundaries of Clay and Putnam Counties to a point due west of the mouth of Deep Creek; thence due east to the mouth of Deep Creek; thence up the center of Deep Creek to the point of intersection of Deep Creek with the range lines between ranges twenty-seven and twenty-eight east; thence south on said range line to a point where the south boundary line of section eighteen, in township ten south, range twenty-eight east, intersects said range line; thence east on said section line to the range line between ranges twenty-nine and thirty east; thence north on said range line to the middle of Pellicer’s Creek; thence easterly on an imaginary line down the middle of said creek to the mouth of said creek; thence northeasterly on an imaginary line extending from the mouth of Pellicer’s Creek to a point on the extension of township line between townships nine and ten south, range thirty-one east and immediately north of Summer Haven on the Atlantic coast; thence northwardly along said Atlantic coast, including the waters of the Atlantic Ocean within the jurisdiction of the State of Florida, to place of beginning.
History.—s. 1, Ord. July 21, 1821; s. 1, Aug. 12, 1822; s. 9, Dec. 29, 1824; s. 1, ch. 289, 1848; s. 1, ch. 2068, 1875; RS 35; GS 33; s. 1, ch. 5730, 1907; s. 1, ch. 7399, 1917; RGS 35; CGL 37.