From FM 1119 in Middleston go east on FM 811 a distance of 1.10 miles to CR 112. Take a right on CR 112 and go 1.80 miles to PR 1210. Go to the right on PR 1210 at 0.20 miles cross a cattle guard and follow the oil field road around to the left between the oil storage tanks another 0.20 miles to a point where the road curves to the right.
The surveyor found a big oak tree with parts of an ornamental iron fence around it about 1100 feet south of PR 1210 and about 100 feet west of the fence that seems to be the east line of a very large pasture. This fence when intact would have been about 6 feet by 6 feet and looks like ones that have been seen around some old cemeteries and plots within a cemetery. There was no evidence of graves at this point. This pasture goes all the way from PR 1210 to Boggy Creek. At this point Boggy Creek has a shear cliff that drops straight down at least 100 feet to a beautiful view of the lower bank, woods, and valley on the other side.