Survey of 1701, returned 1704

By vertue of a War[ran]t, to me directed, bearing date the twenty third 
Day of the tenth mnth, 1701, to Survey and lay out to the Inhabitants
of New Castle, to lye in common for their accomodation and to their 
onely use and behoofe, one thousand acres of Land adjoying or near to
the said Town of New Castle, Reputed allways to be common, and to 
make Returns of the same into the Generall Surveyrs office att Phila-
delphia.  This may certifie into the Genll. Surveyrs. office, att Philadel-
phia, that I have Resurveyd this Tract of Land (being formerly survey'd
this tenth day of Aprill, 1704, begining att an old corner Black Oake
of Joseph Wood's, standing by the Rode that leades to Christina Fferry
and running along the Rode towards New Castle, S. 9° Easterly 68 
pch. to an old corner Black Oake of Robt. Ffrench Land; then by his
old line of marked Trees, S 85° westerly 182 pch. to an old corner
Black Oake of Robt. ffrench; then by an old -- of marked Trees, S. 20° 
Westerly 109 pch. to another old corner Red Oake of Robt. ffrench;
then along the cripple N. 82° Westerly 18 pch. W. 16 pch. S. 70° 
Westerly 18 pch. S. 23° Westerly 55 pch. S. 68° Easterly 84 pch. to an
old corner White Oake of Robt. ffrench; then along the criple S. 56°

Westerly 44 pch. to a Black Oake, S. 5° Easterly 44 pch. to an old 
corner White Oake of William Houstons, standing near to the Smith
Boom; then along the said Houstons line S 39° Westerly 92 pch. to an 
old corner Spanish Oake of the said Houstons, standing by Maryland
Rode; then by the severall courses of the said Rode N. 84° Westerly 87
pch. N. 75° Westerly 134 pch. over against Joseph Kents House;

then by the severall courses of the Rode that Leads to Christina Bridge, N.
62° Westerly 75 pch. N. 64° Westerly 42 pch. W. 48 pch. N. 85° 
Westerly 30 pch. N. 76° Westerly 34 pch. S. 82° Westerly 62 pch. S. 
58° Westerly 20 pch. S. 80° Westerly 64 pch. to a new corner Hickery
by the said Rode; then by a line of marked Trees N. 36° Eeasterly 33 pch.
to an old corner Tree of John Wilsons; then by the line of Robt. Hutchi-
son and Garrett Garretson, N. E. 329 pch. to an old corner Hickery 
saplings; then by an old line of marked Trees S. E. 200 pch. to an old 
corner Red Oake, being a corner Tree of Robt. Dyers Land and Edward 
Blake; then along their line, N. E. 114 pch. to an old corner Red Oake
of the afforesaid Dyers and Blakes, and still by their line, N. W. 144
pch. to an old corner Hickery of John Husseys Land; then with the said 
Husseys line, N. 68° Easterly 268 pch. to an old corner White Oake of
the said Husseys and continueing the same course 62 pch. to a new 
Corner Black Oake, standing in a line of Josheph Woods Land, and running
by his line S 52° Easterly 28 pch. to an old corner Black Oak of the said
Joseph Woods, and running by his line S. 80° Easterly 155 pch. to the 
begining containing 1068 acres of land,
	Resurveyd the day and year above written,
	
	Pr. G. Dakeyne, Surveyr