The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24] Page: 76 of 1,784
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44 SPECIAL LAWS.
Stephens 130 acre tract; thence N 71 W 83 vrs. to the Northeast
corner of A. G. Stephens 25,acre tract; thence S 19 W 380 vrs.
to the Southeast corner of said 25 acre tract in the North line
of the R. N. Cass 1121/2 acre tract; thence S 71 E 214 vrs. to
the N. E. corner of said 1121/2 acre tract; thence S 19 W 11391/2
vrs. to the S. E. corner of said R. N. Cass 1121/2 acre tract in
the South line of the John Lewis Survey and the North line of
the S. C. Fitch Survey; thence S 71 E 105 vrs. to the North East
corner of said Fitch Survey; thence S 19 W 1111 vrs. to its
South East corner; thence N 71 W 1850 vrs. to its South West
corner; thence N 19 E with the West line of said Fitch Survey
and the East line of the John Beall Survey 988 vrs. to the South
East corner of the tract of 11 acres out of their said Beall Survey
in the name of Mrs. H. Andrews; thence N 65 W 260 vrs. to the
South West corner of said 11 acres; thence N 29 W 220 vrs. to
the North West corner of said 11 acres; in the South line of a
100 acre tract in the name of Mrs. H. Andrews; thence N 71 W
at 456 vrs. pass the South West corner of said 100 acres at 717
vrs. corner in the South line of a 200 acre tract owned by Mrs.
H. Andrews; thence N 19 E 5003 vrs. to the center of South
Nolan Creek where the same is intercepted by the West line of
the Lewis Walker League Survey; thence down said Nolan Creek
following the meanders of the center of said creek, at the S. W.
corner of the Henry Sarringer 75 acre tract; thence N 19 E 425
vrs. to the S. E. corner of said Sarringer's 6 acre tract; thence
N 71 W 100 vrs. to the S. W. corner of the same; thence N 19
E 610 vrs. to the N. W. corner of said Sarringer's 20 acre tract;
thence S 71 E 475 vrs. to his N. E. corner in the West line of
the James Bennett Survey; thence N 19 E with said line 3173
vrs. to the N. W. corner of said Bennett Survey and the South
bank of the Leon River, continuing same course across said river
to the place of beginning, containing 17,563 acres of land, being
495 acres out of the J. J. Simmons Survey, 1449 acres out
of the B. Robertson Survey, 3165 acres out of the Nancy Chance
Survey, 665 acres out of the George Givens Survey, all of the
Thomas Boggus Survey, 132 acres out of the Stephen Frazier
Survey, 2671 acres out of the 0. T. Tyler Survey, 2242 acres out
of the M. F. Connell Survey, 132 acres out of the Peter Conrad
Survey, 76 acres out of the James Townsend Survey, 196 acres
out of the James P. Wallace Survey; 100 acres out of the I. T.
Bean Survey, 1004 acres out of the John Lewis Survey; 387
acres out of the S. C. Fitch Survey; 267 acres out of the John
Beall Survey, 313 acres out of the W. M. Head Survey, 3064 acres
out of the Lewis Walker Survey, and 982 acres out of the James
Bennett Survey, which is equal to 27-44/100 square miles.
SEC. 2. The management and control of the public schools
of the said Belton Independent School District is hereby vested
in the present board of trustees of the Belton Public Schools
who shall serve as trustees of the said district until their successors
shall be elected and qualified as provided by General
Law for independent school districts.
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