Kinston May 1st 1851
Mrs Ann Bond at your suggestion of letter of 6th July last, has concluded to have the tract of land which she owns in your county resurveyed, and will be obliged to you to have it done as early as convenient. I will thank you to inform what the expenses, including a charge for your trouble are, and I will remit your payment – please inform me also what amount will be necessary for the taxes now due and will fall due New Years […] I will give you this […]
Located on the Red Hill fork of Lick Creek, Beginning at a Pine […] corner, thence running North 30 West 160 poles to a pine + hickory […] […] corner, thence north 60 east 300 poles to a poplar thence north 60 degrees one hundred poles to a pine supposed to be in […] and […]
line, thence south along that line 320 poles ^to a pine^ thence south 60 degrees west 100 poles to a pine thence north to Luthers corner, thence south 119 degrees west 190 poles including the Big Spring to the first station containing five hundred acres more or less.
In the 3rd corner there is one […]– the […] […] what the surveyor will be able to supply to make the survey clear. JCW
[Survey of Ann Bond land at request of Robert Faucette]