1911 Ballard Map of Glynn County
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Page 6 -- from this page to page 46 is all of the measurements taken from stake to stake around the whole county
Page 48 -- "No Title" also: Pleasant I. Williams (1836), James D. Jarrett (1836), Jacob Woodall (1836), Hudson, John G. Bell, R. Grant, J.W. Couper, Wm. D. Jarrett, Doctor Perry, John Burnett Jr., instersected by road to Grant Ferry, O'Cannon, Jno. Burnett, S.M. Burnett
Page 49 -- "Bacon" also: Perry, Grant Ferry Road, Southern railroad, Canal, Helviston, Lemon, Canal, Darnell, New Hope, Petersville, Barnwell
Page 50 -- "No Title" measurement & descriptions of the following lands and those on pgs. 51 & 52: Doctor Perry (1795), W.A. Jarrett (1836), vacant, intersected by Reedy Branch, Gigniliatt, Burnett, Jarrett, Couper, DuPree, James H. Couper (1836), N.S. (not surveyed?), Grant, DuPree, N.S.
Page 51 -- "Perry & Couper" Southern railroad, Grant Ferry Road, DuPree, Pritchard
Page 52 -- "Continued from pg. 50" measurements & descriptions of the various tracts mentioned from pg. 50 to 52 also: Isaac M. Rowls, Loyal Cowls (1836), Lewis Bond (1836), G.G. Holcombe, James Bivens (1836), Nath. B. Juhans (1836), James Wood (1836), Michael Harvey (1836), Charles Smith (1836), William Houston, Dart, intersected by Cowpen Creek, vacant land, Altamaha River, James May, Murray, Forrester, Gigntiat (Gignilliat?)
Page 53 -- "Hooker" also: Honey Gall, Altamaha River, Clarks Bluff, Speight, intersected by Barrington Road, Purvis, Vivian
Page 54 -- "No Title" Information & measurements about Belle Vesta; originally part of the Speight & Hooker tracts
Page 55 -- "Belle Vesta" also: Speight, Southern railroad, Rough Island
Page 56 -- "No Title" also: James May (1812), Barrington Road
Page 57 -- "May" also: Flat Branch, Barrington Road, Sheffield, Foreman, Old Barrington Road intersects, Dewitt, Clarks Bluff
Page 59 -- "Speight" also: Dewitt, Jasmine, Southern railroad, Belle Vesta, Rought Island, Barrington Road
Page 61 -- "Needwood" also: Carterett on two sides, New Hope
Page 63 -- "Caterett" also: Darnell, Barrett, Carterett Marshes, Needwood, New Hope, William McIntosh/Leighton Wilson, Laurens, Spalding, Hampton, Williams, College, New Hope, Laurens
Page 65 -- "Penton Hill" also: Picayune, Butler, Vivian, Purvis, Sumerlin, Rough Island, intersected by Barrington Road, Jas. McGriggor (1795), vacant on two sides, Geo. Purvis, Rich. Prichard, nothing listed on 3 sides, Helviston, David Penton (1818), nothing listed on surrounding sides
Page 67 -- "Vivian" also: Butler, Hooker, Purvis, Penton Hill, Geo. Purvis (1792), McGrigger, Gaines, Houston XIII, vacant, intersected by road to New Hope & Path Williamburg to Burnett, not named, vacant, Gaines, Purvis, Pritchard, Wm. Houston (1796), vacant on two sides, Gaines, intersected by path Williamburg to New Hope, Rolling Williams (1837), Gaines on two sides, vacant on two sides, Moses Hornsby, Palmer, May XIII, May, Williams
Page 68 -- "No Title" also: James May (1819), Huston, vacant, O.S. (not sure what that means), Fowler, vacant, Huston, intersected by Barrington Road
Page 69 -- "Butler" also: Du Pree, Summer Place, Middleton, Honey Gall, Vivian, Penton Hill, Barrington Road, Houston, Franklin, Bonner, Geo. Street (1819), Yeoman, John Honesby, Honesby XIII, O.S. (not sure what this means), May, John Honesby (1819), George Street, Middleton, Jone Honesby, Fred Yeoman (1819), Vacant, Street's XIII, Geo. Street, May, Wm. Huston, Huston's XIII, O.S. (not sure what that means)
Page 71 -- "Houston" also: Champney, Franklin, Butler, Picayune, Wm. Huston (1817), vacant on two sides, crossed by Cowpen, Wm. Huston (1819), Wm. Huston, Yeoman, Mays, vacant land, intersected by Barrington Road
Page 73 -- "Franklin & Champney" also: Picayune, Powell, Southern railroad, Bonner, Butler, Houston, intersected by Barrington Road, John Franklin (1829), intersected by Gum Branch & Honey Gall, vacant on two sides, Huston, Jno. Flynn, Wm. Houston, crossed by Barrington Road, John Franklin, Sr.
Page 75 -- "Thallman" also: Clubb, Mabog, Guinett (Gwinnett), Sacatoo, Harrison, Bladen, Jamaica, Marengo, Townsend, intersected by AB&A and SAL railroad, Isaac McCrary (1836), Jas. G. Pepper (1824), Boyd, Wooley, Moore, Franklin, B. Nichilau (Nicolau), B. Nicolau, McLeod, Boyd, intersected by a road "Wooley's to Green" and "To Nocolau's"
Page 77 -- "Flat Branch & lark's Bluff" also: DeWitt, Hooker, Altamaha River, Rump (as spelled), Sheffield, May, intersected by Barrington Road
Page 79 -- "Rumph" also: Foreman, Sheffield, Flat Branch, Altamaha River, SAL railroad, Waylay, Daniel Bell (1811), Rich'd Bryan (1810), Flat Branch, Vacant land on two sides, insert of Wm. Bryan (1800), River Swamp
Page 81 -- "Waylay" also: Everett, SAL railroad, New Barrington Road intersecting land w/Akin railroad, Old Barrington Road, Wayne County
Page 82 -- "No Title" also: David Rumph, intersection by Brunswick to Ft Barrington Road, Rich'd Bryan, Wm. Bryan, Sr., Altamaha River, Ab Bryan, Wm. Bryan, no name, Jacob Wood, Richard Bryan, David Rumph, Altamaha River, Wm. Bryan, Ab Bryan (1813), Jacob Wood, Wm. Bryan, Wm. Bryan (1779), Vacant, Altamaha River, intersected Brunswick Road, Wood,
Page 83 -- "No Title" also: square with 1826, vacant on all sides, intersected by Waylay Swamp, Pendarvis, Glover Foreman (1852), John R. Rumph, James M. Bryan, F. O'Sullivan, Jacob Rumph
Page 85 -- "Akin" Arnett, Everett, Southern railroad, Wayne County, Arnett, intersected by Mt. Pleasant Road
Page 87 -- "Everett & Red Hammock" also: Sea Board, Joe's Island, Foreman, Waylay, Akin, Arnett, intersected with SAL & Southern railroad, John R. Rumph (1853), vacant, Foreman on two sides
Page 89 -- "Arnett" also: Akin, Wayne County, Post Road, Tucker, Seaboard, Red Hammock, Bailey Forrester, Sherrod Sheffield (1837), only border Post Road
Page 91 -- "Tucker" also: Post Road, Bowling Green, Sea Board, Arnett, Robt. H. Green (1836) w/a square inside that says E.R. Tucker (1825), Wayne County boarder Post Road, B.H. Reynolds, E.R. Tucker, Wayne County
Page 93 -- "Bowling Green" also: Post Road, Popwell, Sea Board, Tucker, B.H. Reynold (1836) w/a square inside that says "Greene Bowling" and Sand Hill Bay, Wm. Burney, Robt. Alston, Robt. H. Green, Post Road
Page 95 -- "Seaboard" also: Linder, Seaboard AL railroad, Joe's Island, Arnett, Tucker, Bowling Green, Popwell
Page 96 -- "No Title" also: Robert Alston (1836), John W.L. Daniels, Robt. Mickeljohn, E.R. Tucker, B.H. Reynolds, John W.L. Daniels (1836), Henry W. Malone, Robt. Micklejohn, Robt. W. Alston, John C. Sumerlin, H. Summerlin (1852), vacant on 3 sides, H. Summerlin, Robt. Mickeljohn (1836), W. Summerlin, U. Dart, Sawyer & Tucker, Alston, Daniels, Malone
Page 99 -- "McLeod & Linder" also: Post Road, Burney, Mobog, Seaboard AL railroad, Seaboard lands, Wallace, Wm. Burney (1854), John L. McLeod (1829), Jno C. Mangham (1829), R. Stafford, Wallace, vacant, Wayne County
Page 101 -- "Oakman" also: Reedy Branch, Miller, Manoe, Laurel Grove, Spring Hill, Big Branch
Page 103 -- "Powell & Picayune" also: Southern railroad, Champney, Houston, Barrington Road, Penton Hill, Rough Island
Page 105 -- "Magnolia" also: East College, Miller, Sallens, Wm. Payne, vacant on 3 sides, Woodworth
Page 107 -- "Sterling" also: Southern railroad, Salem, Barrington Road, Number One
Page 108 -- "No Title" also: Moses Manning (1817), Moses Manning (1806), vacant, John Piles, vacant, Moses Manning, vacant on all other sides
Page 109 -- "Miller" also: College, Manoe, Oakman, Sallens, Magnolia, C.F. Miller (1836), John Piles, Moses Manning, Manning, Higinbotham Chas. F. Miller (1839), F.M. Scarlett, Moses Manning
Page 111 -- "Joe's Island" also: Townsend, Southern railroad, Sea Board line, Luke Sumerlin (1828), John Sumerlin (1817), Wm. Sumerlin (1828)
Page 113 -- "Purvis" also: Hooker, Speight, Sumerlin, Penton Hill, Vivian, intersected by Barrington Road, John Sumerlin (1817), vacant on 3 sides, William's land, Wm. Sumerlin (1838), Reuben King, vacant, O.S. (not sure what this means)
Page 115 -- "Manoe" also: Pelham, Laurel Grove, Oakman, Miller, College, J.L. Higginbotham, intersected by Pelham Swamp, S. Higginbotham, Simeon Beckham (1838), Peter Massie, Thos. Higginbotham, Beckham
Page 117 -- "Sumerlin" also: Speight, Rough Island, Penton Hill, Purvis, Barrington Road
Page 119 -- "Marengo, Jamaica, Richland" also: Yamasee, AB&A railroad, Thallman, Clubb, Bladen, Johnson, Green Creek, intersected by ACL railroad
Page 120 -- "No Title" also: Wm. McKenzie (1767), Sam Gary (1792), Jno. Goode (1792), John Goode (1792), Ed Tolbot, Little Satilla River, marshes, James Clubb
Page 121 -- "Half Moon, Fancy Bluff, Scarlett" also: Fish Hall, Big Branch, Lands End, Little Satilla, Fancy Bluff Creek, Blythe Back River, Fish Hall Creek
Page 123 -- "Burney, Mobog, Gowen, Guinette (Gwinnett), Sacatoo, Harrison" also: McLeod, Wayne County line as Post Road, Stafford, Bladen, SAL railroad, Clubb, Thallman, AB&A railroad intersects part of the property
Page 126 -- "No Name" also: Michael Rudolph (1786), vacant on two sides, marshes, John Whitehead, John Piles, Martin Palmer, Turtle River, John Palmer
For now, I have
links to the images of the book; eventually, I will type in the subject
matter on each page so you won't have to click every single image to
Many pages were blank in the book, I have still listed those pages here, they are just not hyperlinked to any image for obvious reasons.
I have listed all the lands pictured on the pages by underlining the owner's name and also listing what surrounded their plat running counter-clockwise around the plat. It's a bit confusing, but, just remember, the underlined names are the plats pictured on that particular page.
The years in parentheses is presumably an original grant date for that particular plat owner.
Some names were grossly misspelled, one in particular that I corrected throughout was Higganlothan which was obviously Higginbotham and Townsand which should be Townsend. Other names that I know are misspelled I left as written.
The 1911 Ballard Map book is located in Superior Court, Glynn County Georgia and was scanned by the Glynn County GIS office, however, they have yet to get it online for public access and have therefore allowed me to put it online in the interim.
Thanks to Superior Court Clerk, Ronald Adams, I have been provided a copy of the GIS scans to put online so that the public has access to the book which is no longer in circulation at the courthouse. Further thanks to Andrew Strickland for providing the file and Marilyn Proper for running through the file and showing me how it works.
Yes, it sounds "bad" that this book is not in circulation, however, the book is in a very delicate condition and the less handling the better; until a professional archivist can save it from complete destruction.
In the meantime, the GIS office scanned the book in the best way they could. Many pages had to be Xeroxed in sections, taped back together, and then scanned because the book could not be taken apart in order to clean the pages and scan them properly.
Other pages were already falling out of the book and could be scanned in their original format. Thus, you will see the majority of the pages here are in black and white while some are in color.
Also, to save space, pages that only had data covering less than the whole page, have been cropped down to a smaller size instead of leaving them at their full page size.
At one point someone took all of the plats in this book and put them together in one giant county map. Then, later, a GIS agent, Chrissy McGranaham-Chapman, overlaid this map with current highways. Keep in mind, this couldn't be done to scale, therefore, the highways are layered in an approximation to the property locations today.
To read more about Nathaniel Hawyard Ballard, the surveyor and creator of this map, click here.
In order to get the pages online, I had to reformat them into smaller files; therefore, if you want an original copy of a page, please email me directly and we will work out a way to get a copy delivered.
Page 129 -- "Burnett, Dixon, Crispin, Little Crispin" also: Southern & AB&A railroads, the canal
Page 131 -- "Sallens, Fish Hall, Emanuel, Reedy Branch, Palmer, Ratcliffe" also: Oakman, Big Branch, Scarlett, Vis-A-Vis, Hopewell, Magnolia, Miller, not named, John Piles (1785), bordered by marshes of Turtle River
Page 133 -- "Piles Marsh, Greenland, Number One, Lutterell, Morgan" also: Sterling, Buffalo, ACL, ABA, & Southern railroads
Page 135 -- "Hopwell" also: Meyers (Myers?), Bonaventure, Turtle River & Hopewell Creek enter property and Timber Landing
Page 137 -- "Meyers (Myers?)" also: Cabbage Bluff, Bethel, Bona Venture, Hopewell, Vis-A-Vis, Geo. Purvis (1803), Jas. Butler on two sides
Page 139 -- "Bona Venture" also: Bethel, O'Bryan, East College, Hopewell, Meyers (Myers?), Thos. Armstrong, surrounded by Butler Creek & Turtle River, unknown, plot not named, unknown, Thos. Walters, Cooper, plot not named, vacant on two sides, Butler, marsh
Page 141 -- "O'Bryan" also: Bona Venture, Bethel, Georgetown, East College, John O'Bryan (1787), vacant on two sides, College Lands called West Lands, blank plot, John O'Bryan, vacant, Thos. Walters (1794), John Piles, Fulton, Osgood, John M. Tison (1843), Thos. Walters, John O'Bryan on two sides
Page 144 -- "No Title" also: Thos. Beckham (1823), Ratcliffe, Vacant on two sides, duBignon, Jas. Cain (1824), vacant land, John Head, College SW, Thos. Beckham, John Head (1840), vacant on all sides, Melly Manning (1818), vacant on sides, Z. Timmons, Jos. Manning (1820), vacant on two sides, Z. Timmons (1817), vacant on two sides, Z. Timmons, Massie, David R. King (1827), Manning, Massie, Timmons, vacant on one side, John Cooper (Couper) (1785), vacant on all sides, J. Butler, Z. Timmons (1819), vacant on three sides, Timmons, James Meyers (Myers?) (1820), vacant, Wright, College, Jas. Ratcliffe
Page 145 -- "No Title" also: Samuel West, Geo. Whitfield (1765) "resurveyed per S.C. King 1853", John Cooper (Couper?), Sam West, M. Palmer, Sam West, Head Dam comes into property, Z. Timmons, John O'Bryan (1796), Thos. Miller, vacant land, Wm. Swain, John O'Bryan
Page 147 -- "Georgetown" also: O'Bryan, De La Roache, Camp, East College
Page 149 -- "Pelham" also: East College, Pyles, Manoe, Sarah Higginbotham (1838), R.S. Piles & Fancy Bluff Road, vacant, Jos. Manning, Timmons, Vacant on two sides, Longwood to Bethel
Page 151 -- "Dove, Oak Grove, Hermitage" also: ACL railroad
Page 153 -- "Glencoe" also: Gap Branch, duBignon, Longwood, Pyles, James Higginbotham (1838), Wm. Berril, R. Moody, B. Higginbotham, R.S. Piles, plat titled Herron Herron (1799), surrounded on 3 sides by vacant, Wayne
Page 155 -- "Pyles" also: Gap Branch, Glencoe, Buck Swamp, Pelham, East College, Mary Piles (1837), John Hood, S. Moody, Moody & Piles, Wm. Berril, vacant land
Page 157 -- "Gap Branch" also: East College, West College, Satilla, duBignon, Glencoe, Pyles, SAL railroad
Page 159 -- "Buck Swamp" also: Pyles, Longwood, The Dyke, Manoe, Pelham, B. Higginbotham (1836), Higginbotham, Williams, A. Higginbotham (1838), B. Higginbotham, Jas. Higginbotham, Sarah Higginbotham
Page 161 -- "duBignon" also: Gap Branch, Stailla, blue, Camden Couty, Glencoe, SAL railroad, C.P. duBignon (1773 or 75), intersected by Hunter's Path Satilla Neck to Satilla Road
Page 163 -- "Blue" also: Satilla, McIntosh, Camden County, duBignon, James Blue, B. Atkinson, Robt. Piles
Page 165 -- "McIntosh" also: Satilla on two sides, Camden County, Blue
Page 167 -- "Satilla" also: duBignon, Gap Branch, West College, Brown, McIntosh, Blue, R.S. Piles (1830), Wayne County, Ratcliffe, vacant lands, Broom Lands, Robt. Piles (1837), Ratcliffe, Mary Brown, Robt. S. Piles, Houston McIntosh, Jas. Ratcliffe (1837 or 57), R.S. Piles, King on two sides, R.S. Piles, not named w/Little Satilla SW crossing through, H. McIntosh, R.S. Piles, Jas. Ratcliffe, county line
Page 169 -- "Du Pree, Bonner, Pritchard" also: Southern railroad, Perry, Couper, Summer Place, Butler, Franklin, Jos. Bonner (1836), John Franklin, Sr., Griggs, Dupree
Page 171 -- "Brown" also: West College on three sides, Wayne County line Post Road, Satilla
Page 173 -- "Dover Hall, Anguilla, Yamasee" also: ACL and AB&A railroad
Page 175 -- "West College" also: East College, Ward, Wayne County line Post Road, Brown, Satilla, SAL railroad
Page 176 -- "No Title" also: Solomon Morgan (1813), Wayne County line Post Road, vacant on all sides, John Bohannon (1837), Steven King, Jos. Wiggins, peck, R. Hazelhurst, Jacob Lightsey, Palmer, Martin Palmer, Martin Palmer (1786), vacant on 3 sides, Maj. Wish, Martin Palmer (1806), Carrs, O.S. (not sure what this means), Gibson, Steven King (1826) intersected by Fancy Bluff Road and College Swamp
Page 177 -- "No Title" also: R.R. Ratcliffe (1846), South Prong College Swamp, Piles, S.C. King, M. Ratcliffe, Mary Brown, Martha Ratcliffe (1838), vacant on all sides, Harrington Swamp
Page 179 -- "Laurel Grove" also: Oakman, The Dyke, Camden County line Little Satilla River, Spring Hall, Oakman
Page 181 -- "Brookman" also: Water Oak, Ward, West College, Camp, Jos. Wiggins (1839), Jos. McLillan (or James?) (1825) surrounded by vacant
Page 183 -- "The Dyke" also: Longwood, Yankee Landing, Camden County line Little Satilla River, Laurel Grove, Oakman, Buck Swamp
Page 185 --"Water Oak" also: Tison, Ward, Brookman, De La Roache, SAL railroad, Aaron Tison, road from Sand Hills to head of Turtle River, David Highsmith (1837 or 57), M. Peck, Tison, Jos. Wiggins, Jos. Wiggins, R. Hazelhurst, Jos. Wiggins, M. Peck, square with Turtle River Swamp, vacant on 3 sides, Wm. Nelson
Page 187 -- "Big Branch, Spring Hill, Lands End" also: Reedy Branch, Oakman, Laurel Grove, Half Moon, Fancy Bluff, Scarlett
Page 189 -- "Ward" also: Coleridge, Wayne County/Post Road, West College, McNail, Tison, M. Peck (1829), Grantham, vacant on two sides, Anne Webster (1797), vacant on 3 sides, Wm. Nelson, Aaron Tison (1825), vacant on two sides, Woodrough
Page 191 -- "Cabbage Bluff, Bethel, Green Creek" also: Dover Hall, Jamaica, De La Roache, College, O'Bryan, Bona Venture
Page 193 -- "Coleridge" also: Tuscarilla, Wayne County line, Ward, Tison, ACL railroad, Job Tison (1812), Wayne County line as Post Road, Vacant on two sides, Sidney Peck (should be Sidnah) (1837), Job Tison on two sides, Peck, Peacock, Wm. Campbell
Page 195 -- "Johnston, Bladen" also: ACL and SAL railroads intersecting at Bladen
Page 196 -- "No Title" also: Wm. Nelson (1792), vacant on all sides, Wm. Campbell (1836), Wm. Tison, McDonald, Job Tison, Peacock, M. Peck (1824), vacant on 3 sides, Aaron Tison, Tison Road to Turtle River
Page 197 -- "Tison" also: Coleridge, Ward, Water Oak, De La Roache, Bladen, Steven Mood(y) (1837), McDonald on two sides, Vacant, Wm. Campbell, Wm. Tison, plot not named, De La Roache, vacant on two sides, Peacock, M. Peck
Page 199 -- "Dewitt" also: Clark's Bluff, May, O'Bryan's Tram, Jasmine, Speight, Hooker, Barrington Road
Page 201 -- "De La Roache Tract" also: Tison, Grantham Corner, Zuberbuhler Corner, Water Oak Branch, Camp, College, Mary Wright, Morgan Branch, Georgetown, O'Bryan, Bethel, Hix Corner, Green Creek, Turkey Swamp, Johnston, Bladen, De La Roache Corner, ACL railroad, SAL railroad
Page 203 -- "No Title" also: John Grantham (1797), William Nelson, Ann Webster, Vacant on 3 sides, John Piles (1792), vacant on all sides, John Piles (1792), vacant on 3 sides, John Piles, Bartholomew/Zuberbuhler (1765), Wiggins, Unknown, John Piles, Philip Hix, John Butler, note at bottom of page says "Resurveyed per Dr. De La Roache & Wm. M. Riley in 1849"
Page 205 -- "No Title" also A. De La Roache (1832), Piles, Piles, De La Roache, L. Abraham, new survey, John Piles (1785), A De La Roache (1833), Grantham, Johnston's, Vacant, Philip Hix, Wm. Jones (1773), James Butler, P. Houston, Vacant, John Piles
Page 207 -- "No Title" also: R. Hixt (1763), Tison, John Piles, Waters, Hix, Zuberbuhler, Mary Wright, Maj. West, Thos. Waters, Geo. Purvis
Page 209 -- "Georgetown" also: De La Roache, College, O'Bryan, De La Roache, Thos. Waters, John O'Bryan, John O'Bryan, W. Swain, Thos. Waters
Page 211 -- "Camp" also: College, Orme's Corner, College, De La Roache, Water Oak, Brookman, McNail, SAL railroad, R.M. Orme (1836), Saml. West, Moore, De La Roache, Abraham
Page 213 -- "McNail" also: Camp, Brookman, Ward, West College, A.N. McNail (1836), R. Brown, Orme, Wiggins, Jas. Wiggins
Page 215 -- "Tuscarilla, Stafford" also Bladen, Harrison, Sacatoo, Robert Stafford (1817), Robt. Stafford (1837), Mary Brogden (1802), Wm. Manning (1837), S. Moody, Wayne County line, Gowen, McDonald
Page 217 -- "Petersville, New Hope, Hofwyl, Broadfield also: Bacon, Darnell, Carteret, Needwood, Grantley, Barnwell, GC&P railroad
Page 218 -- "No Title" also: Henry Laurens (1768), Broughton Island
Page 221 -- "Elizafield, Grantley, Evelyn" also: GC&P railroad
Page 223 -- "Hopeton, Altama, Middleton" also: Couper, Barnwell, Elizafield, Cars Island, Honeygall, Butler, Summer Place, Du Pree
Page 227 -- "Spalding, Barrett, Monticello, Thornhill, Sedgemoor" also: Carterett (as spelled), Darnell, Lamb, Barlow, Scranton
Page 231 -- "Barlow, Canal, Lemon, Grantland" also: Bacon, Helviston, Scranton, Spalding, Lamb, Darnell, GC&P railroad
Page 233 -- "Lamb, Darnell" also: Bacon, Canal, Grantland, Barlow, Spalding, Carteret, New Hope, GC&P railroad
Page 235 -- "Robinson, Salem, Sterling, Manley, Charlton" also: Southern, AB&A, ACL railroads
Page 238 -- "Jew Town" also: Hamilton, Miller Marsh, Newfield, King Road to Frederica intersects road to Hamilton that runs through the property
Page 241 -- "Frederica"
Page 243 -- "West Point, Pikes bluff, Village, Brailsford, Oatland" also: Frederica, Harrington, Hampton, Laurence
Page 245 -- "Vassar Field, Demere, New Field, Retreat, Miller Field, Postell, Kelvin Grove, Couper Point, East Beach" also: Black Banks, Rainbow, Hamilton
Page 249 -- "Hampton" also: Cannon Point, Laurence, Brailsford, Village, Pikes Bluff, St. Anne
Page 251 -- "Cannon Point & Laurence" also: Oatland, Hampton
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