On Taylor Crossing Road at Dog Bar Road, on the left when traveling east on Taylor Crossing Road.
"The country here is all hill & ravine the soil red or yellow mixed with small stones & gravel - Timber mostly pine some oak & cov[ere]d with dried up weeds no grass except in some ravines" - William Edwin Chamberlain, Aug 16, 1849 — — Map (db m149137) HM
On Dog Bar Road at Owl Hill Court, on the left when traveling north on Dog Bar Road.
"Now that we are among the foot hills the pines have disappeared and in their place beautiful evergreen oak is scattered here and there giving the appearance of old apple orchards." - A, J. McCall, Sep 14, 1849 — — Map (db m149156) HM