The Laws of Texas, 1925 [Volume 23] Page: 44 of 822
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32 SPECIAL LAWS.
VALIDATING COMMON COUNTY LINE CONSOLIDATED
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3, HENDERSON
AND KAUFMAN COUNTIES.
H. B. No. 176.] CHAPTER 17.
An Act validating Common County Line Consolidated School District No.
3 of Henderson and Kaufman Counties as defined and attempted to
be created by the county board of school trustees of Henderson County
on September 4th, 1923, and the county board of school trustees of
Kaufman County on August 13th, 1923, validating all bond issues
and special taxes which may have been voted by said district, ratifying
all acts of the local board of trustees of said district, placing
said district under the control of Henderson County and declaring an
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. Common County Line Consolidated School District
No. 3 of Henderson and Kaufman Counties as established by
order of the county school trustees of Henderson County, Texas,
on September 4, 1923 and the county school trustees of Kaufman
County on August 13, 1923 is hereby validated in all respects
as though it had been duly and legally established and all bonds
and taxes voted by said district are validated and all acts of the
local trustees of said district as appointed by the county superintendent
of Henderson County are in all respects validated.
SEC. 2. The boundaries of such district as defined in said order
are as follows:
Beginning on the N. B. line of Henderson County and the S. B.
line of Kaufman County and the E. B. line of the W. S. Campbell
320 acre survey at a point 672 vrs. west from the S. E. corner
of said survey. Thence N. 4450 vrs. to the S. W. corner of S. Trousdale
tract on the M. D. Soto survey which point is 1700 vrs. east
and 2480 vrs. N. from the S. W. corner of said Soto survey
Thence east 2550 vrs. to the S. E. corner of the J. M. Pyle tract
on the Soto survey, which corner is 850 vrs. west and 2311 vrs.
S. from the N. E. corner of said Soto survey. Thence N. 2311
vrs. to the N. E. corner of the Wilse Pyle tract on the Soto sur.
which corner is on the N. B. line of the Soto survey and the S. B.
line of the Anglin survey. Thence east with the S. B. line of
the Anglin survey and the N. B. lirfe of the M. D. Soto survey
850 vrs. to the N. E. corner of said Soto survey. Thence south
1085 vrs. to a point, a stake on the N. B. line of the Soto survey.
Thence east with the N. B. line of the B. F. Moore tract on the
John Hubble survey 1938 vrs. to the N. E. corner of said Moore
tract. Thence S. with the E. B. line of the B. F. Moore, the W. S.
Wilkins and the B. P. Mitchellis tract on said Hubble survey
3438 vrs. to the N. W. corner of the John Sweezy survey and
continuing on south with the W. B. line of said Sweezy survey
1712 vrs. to where the same crosses Caney Creek. Thence in a
southern direction with the meanders of said Caney Creek 5560
vrs. to where the same crosses the S. B. line of the J. F. Traylor
survey. Thence west with the E. B. line of said Traylor survey
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