2019 Florida Statutes
7.64 Volusia County.—Beginning at a point where the southerly boundary of the Domingo Acosta Grant, also known as section thirty-eight, township thirteen south, range twenty-seven east (said Acosta Grant lying and being in Putnam County) intersects the easterly shore of Lake George, said point being south sixty-five degrees west a distance of thirty-two chains from the southeasterly corner of said Acosta Grant, according to United States Government survey of township thirteen south, range twenty-seven east; run thence north seventy-five degrees fifteen minutes east to a point in the shore of Crescent Lake (see map of boundary line dividing Putnam and Volusia Counties recorded in map book 5, page 87, Volusia County, Florida); thence along the southeasterly shore of said Crescent Lake to the north bank of Haw Creek; thence easterly along the north bank of said Haw Creek to the range line between range twenty-eight east and range twenty-nine east; thence south along said range line to the southwest corner of section nineteen, township fourteen south, range twenty-nine east; thence east along the south boundary of said section nineteen and other sections to the southeast corner of section twenty-two, township fourteen south, range thirty-one east; thence north on the east boundary of said section twenty-two and other sections to the township line between township twelve south and township thirteen south; thence east on said township line to the point where said township line is intersected by Old King’s Road; thence northerly along said Old King’s Road to its point of intersection with the line dividing the Bulow and Ormond Grants; thence northeasterly along said line between Bulow and Ormond Grants to the easterly shore of Bulow Creek; thence following a continuance of said line between Bulow and Ormond Grants, which line now becomes the line dividing lots 7 and 8 as shown on map of partition of the Bulow Tract (Filed in office—September 20, 1867, L. M. Richardson, clerk, Volusia County) according to map recorded in St. Augustine, to the intersection with Haulover or Smith Creek; thence northerly, along said Haulover or Smith Creek, to the intersection with the section line running between sections twenty-nine and thirty and thirty-one and thirty-two, township twelve south, range thirty-two east; thence east along said township line to the Atlantic Ocean; thence southerly along line of the Atlantic Ocean, including the waters of the Atlantic Ocean within the jurisdiction of the State of Florida to the township line between township nineteen south and township twenty south; thence west on said township line to the range line between range thirty-three east and range thirty-four east; thence south on said range line to the township line between township twenty-one south and township twenty-two south; thence west on said township line to the thread of the St. Johns River; thence north along the thread of said St. Johns River, what is known as “Old River,” and running on the south and west sides of what is known on the maps of public surveys as “Huntoon’s Island” and on the south and west shores of Lake George to the mouth of Sulphur Springs (now Salt Springs run); thence northeasterly, in a direct line, across Lake George to the place of beginning.
History.—s. 4, Nov. 23, 1828; s. 1, Jan. 30, 1845; s. 1, ch. 624, 1854; s. 1, ch. 1036, 1859; s. 1, ch. 1764, 1870; s. 1, ch. 2068, 1875; s. 1, ch. 3175, 1879; RS 40; GS 38; s. 2, ch. 5730, 1907; s. 1, ch. 7399, 1917; RGS 41; CGL 43; s. 1, ch. 20888, 1941; s. 1, ch. 67-190; s. 1, ch. 83-217.