"Beginning at a point in the Westerly boundary of the Dixie Highway which point is in line with the Southerly boundary of the National Cemetery, as marked on the ground by stone monuments on the Southerly corners, thence with the Westerly boundary of the Dixie Highway North 41 deg. .36 Min. West 541.9 feet to the Northeasterly corner of a tract owned by the Evelyn H. Jordan Estate, thence with the Northerly boundary of the Evelyn H. Jordan Estate, South 48 deg. 40 Min. West [section crossed out] 175.0 feet to a point in the Easterly boundary of a tract owned by Will Cole, thence with the Easterly boundary of Will Cole, North 41 deg. 36 Min. West 175.0 feet to the Southwesterly corner of a tract owned by Walter King, thence with the Southerly boundary of Walter King, North 48 deg. 40 Min. East 175.0 feet to the Souther westerly corner of a tract owned by Joseph Harlan, thence withthe Westerly boundary of Joseph Harlan South 41 deg. 36 Min. East 175.0 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.7 acre more or less, and being the same tract devised to George Harlan, John Harlan and Ethel Thornton children of Richard Harlan, deceased by their grandfather, George Harlan as shown by his will which is recorded in Will Book No. 2 page 398, of the County Court Clerk’s Office of Rutherford County, Tennessee The deed conveying this tract to George Harlan, John Harlan and Ethel Harlan, the children of Richard Harlan, by Martha Executrix of George Harlab, is shown in Book 64, page 239, Register’s Office of Rutherford County, Tennessee."