"Beginning at the intersection of the Easterly boundary of the Dixie Highway and the center line of Van Cleve Lane; thence along the easterly boundary of said Highway South 41 deg. 36 min East 365.5 feet to a said boundary of Homer Gannon plot and passing over the center of a well owned jointly by Homer Gannon and Ellis Anderson’s heirs, North 25 deg. 43 min East 469.3 feet to the Westerly boundary of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway right of way, North 35 deg. 22 min West 630.1 feet to the center line of said Lane; thence with the center line of said lane, South 6 deg. 31 min West 675.0 feet to the point of the beginning, containing 5.5 acres more or less, and being part of Tract No. 2 of the Nelson Cowan land, which was sold to Ellis Anderson and Quil Wade, October 18, 1902 by the Chancery Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee as shown in Minute Book X page 553, of the records of said court."