The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 227-1. Boundaries
All that part of the Town of Whitingham as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of A. C. Stetson's pasture near the watering trough, thence southeasterly on the southerly side of the highway to the lands of Herbert G. Porter, thence northeasterly on lands of said Porter to lands of Mattie E. Corkins; thence easterly and northerly on said Corkins' land to the Roberts farm, owned by La Fill Dickenson; thence easterly on said Dickenson's southerly line and lands of Sarah M. Goodnow to lands of Hollis Stetson; thence southerly on lands of said Stetson, Hulbert Stetson, C. A. Pike, Perry Hall's estate, Joseph Leonard, E. S. and W. S. Allen, to E. J. Corkins' land; thence westerly on land of E. J. Corkins, Edward Boudry, Charles Mitchell, Eva O. Bell, and A. A. Butterfield to the southwest corner of Jane B. Chase's farm; thence northerly on lands of A. A. Butterfield, Wm. H. H. Packer and O. W. Parks to the Carley farm; thence easterly and northerly on the Carley farm to the place of beginning; together with the ratable estate included within said boundary, is hereby constituted a body corporate to be known as the Village of Jacksonville, Vt.