2019 Florida Statutes
7.62 Taylor County.—The boundary lines of Taylor County are as follows: Beginning in the mouth of the Big Aucilla River; thence northerly, concurrent with the east boundary of Jefferson County, along the thread of said river to where same is intersected by the middle line of township two south, range five east; thence east on said middle township line, concurrent with the south boundary line of Madison County, across ranges six, seven and eight east to the range line between ranges eight and nine east; thence south on said range line to the township line between townships two and three south; thence east on said township line to the range line between ranges nine and ten east; thence south on said range line, concurrent with the west boundary of Lafayette County to the middle line of section seven, township seven south, range ten east; thence east on said middle line to the east line of said section seven; thence due south on the east line of said section seven and other sections to the township line between townships seven and eight south; thence east on said township line to the east line of section four, township eight south, range ten east, or the northwest corner of Dixie County; thence south, concurrent with the west boundary of Dixie County, on the east line of said section four and other sections to where same intersects the thread of the Steinhatchee River; thence southerly along the thread of the said Steinhatchee River to the mouth of said river; thence northerly through the Gulf of Mexico, including the waters of said gulf within the jurisdiction of the State of Florida, to the place of beginning.
History.—s. 3, ch. 806, 1856; s. 1, ch. 921, 1858; s. 1, ch. 3061, 1877; ch. 3470, 1883; ch. 3625, 1885; s. 1, ch. 3766, 1887; RS 25; GS 23; RGS 25; CGL 27.