AN ACT TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF FRANKFORD, CHAPTER 144, VOLUME 41, LAWS OF DELAWARE, BY EXTENDING THE LIMITS AND BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN OF FRANKFORD.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware (two-thirds of all the Members elected to each Branch concurring therein):
Section 1. Section 1, Chapter 144, Volume 36, Laws of Delaware is amended by striking the third paragraph relating to the town boundaries, as it now appears and inserting in lieu thereof the following boundary description:
Beginning at a point on the east right-of-way of the County Road leading from Frankford to Selbyville, center of a ditch at a tile crossing said County Road, and corner for land of Francis M. Gum; thence with east side of said Road S. 21 1/2° W. 40 ft. to a cement bounder settled on south side of 40 foot outlet Road, thence with south side of said outlet Road, Seven Courses S. 68 1/2° W. 116 feet; S. 78 3/4° W. 150 ft.; S. 74° 50' E. 69 1/2 ft., S. 81° E. 255 ft., S. 67 3/4° E. 162 ft., S. 19 1/2° W. 116 ft., S. 10° W. 252 1/2 ft., to a cement bounder settled at corner of the two acres cleared land; thence with same with other land of Harry D. Hudson and Florence Hudson, his wife, Five Courses, N. 70° 40' W. 314 1/2 ft. to a cement bounder; thence S. 14° W. 205 ft. to center of a ditch, with cement bounder settled on North Bank; thence down said ditch S. 31 1/2° E. 130 feet; S. 73° 40' E. 222 feet to cement bounder, corner for the two acre cleared land, and the forty foot road; thence S. 77 1/2° E. 248 feet to center of Vines Branch Canal, with a marked white gum on west bank; thence with the meanderings of said canal northerly, to center of an intersecting ditch and corner for land of Francis M. Gum, thence with land of said Gum down a ditch six courses: N. 68 1/2° W. 200 ft.; 63 3/4° W. 162' N 81° W. 255'; N. 74° 50' W. 69 1/2 ft.; N. 78 3/4° E. 150 ft.; N. 68 1/2° E. 100 feet to place of beginning.
The above description being in accordance with a survey by Isaac L. Bennett dated March 13, 1961.
Approved May 22, 1961.