The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 39 of 1,648
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SPECIAL LAWS. 29
CREATING RICHLAND SPRINGS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
DISTRICT IN SAN SABA COUNTY.
H. B. No. 123.1 CHAPTER 6.
An Act creating the Richland Springs Independient School District in San
Saba County, Texas, and defining its boundaries, and providing for
the election of a board of trustees to manage and control the public
free schools within said district, investing said district with all the
powers, and rights and duties of independent school districts formed for
tree school purposes only, and providing that said board of trustees
shall have such authority as is, now or may be hereafter, conferred
by the General Laws of the State of Texas upon boards of public school
trustees of independent school districts, and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislalture of the State of Texas:
SECTION 1. That an independent school district is hereby created
and established in San Saba (onnty, Texas, to be known as the
Richland Springs Independent School District, which said district
comprises the same territory as the common school district now
known as the Richland Springs Common School District No. 11 in
San Saba County, Texas, the same appearing on record in minutes
of school board of education book 1, pace 79, said field notes approved
at a meeting of said board on the first day of August, A.
D. 1921, embracing the following territory to-wit:
Be'inning at the N W clolrner of F thence N about 3 miles to N E corner of
F thence W 1 1/2 miles to center of N B L of F
thence N 2 miles to the center of N B L of H thence W 1 1/2 miles to S W corner of HI thence N 2 miles to S W cor of I 1M HIarkey sur No 38;
thence W 1 mi to N E corner of H thence
S 2 miles to N E eor of G E sur No 678; thence W 1 mi; thence S
] mi this being mid pt. of E B L of F thence S about 21/2 miles to the S E cor of H thence W about 3/4 mi. to a pt. in the N B
L of J H Martin sur. No, 178 and S B L of H thence S 3503 vrs to a pt. in S B L of H thence W 840 vrs to the S W cor. of said H
thencee S J 1/2 miles to S E cor. of J
MI Edwards snr. No. 22; thence W about 1/8 mi. to N E cor. of
snr. No 126 in the names of Mrs. Johann H. Hennings; thence
S 3 mi. to the N W cor. of G C thence
E 2, mi to S W cor of G C thence in
a S E direction about 1/4 mi to N W cor of W K Pautling sur. No.
66; thence E to N E cor of W K Pauling sur. No. 66; thence
S alboUt '250 vrs to the N W cor. of Jeffers. Richard sur. No 65;
thence E about 400 vrs to W B L of W R Doran School sur. this
pt. being S E cor of Friedrick Lock sur. No. 150 and S W cor
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