[From Granville County (North Carolina) Miscellaneous Land Office Records, record 3741.
North Carolina State Archives, microfilm S.108.276.
Transcription provided by Mark James.]
Ploted by a Scale 200 ft
in An Inch
[inside a six-pointed diagram that is essentially a square with an Oklahoma-looking panhandle off to the northwest:]
Survey'd 6th June 1761 for Pacience Tines
700 Acres of Land According to the above Plan
Lying in Granville County & on both sides of
Michaels Creek Beg. at a Pine Run along
Tines line Wst. 192 ft to a pine then N 64 ft to a
Pine then to & along Holleys line E 520 ft to a
Pine then S 304 ft to a pine then W 328 ft
to a pine then along Tines line N, to the
Jwn[?] Chas. Carr
by Wm. Tines Warrt.