tance of about three fourths of a mile on a line between the plantations of Edward Bradford and T.A. Bradford, hence in a South West direction for the distance of about half a mile along the boundary line of the plantation of Edward Bradford thence for the distance of about half a mile to the Tallahassee and Thomasville road in a South Easterly direction to a point near the residence of Captain William Lester. And we further report that we believe such a road is necessary and should be established and that it would be of the greatest convenience to the inhabitants and of [?] to the interest of any person as circumstances will admit. We further report that the road above marked out is a road that has been used as a neighborhood road for a great many years until within a few months last past.
Joseph B. Christie
John R. Crump
William E. Fisher
And afterwards, to wit: On the 28[th] day of July 1856, the board after reading said report and hearing the testimony of witnesses and the argument of counsel for and against said petition, pronounced their decree in the words following to wit:
On reading and considering the report of the Commissioners appointed by this board to examine and mark out a neighborhood road commencing at the residence of Dr. A. S. Cole and intersecting the Thomasville and