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Title: Ground-water records of Seminole County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 34 )
Series Title: ( FGS: Information circular 34 )
Alternate title: Groundwater records of Seminole County, Florida
Physical Description: iii, 148 p. : maps (1 fold.) ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Barraclough, Jack T
Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1961
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Subjects / Keywords: Groundwater -- Florida -- Seminole County   ( lcsh )
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General Note: "Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey, the Board of County Comissioners of Seminole County, and the City of Sanford."
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Full Text







STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. Vernon, Director





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 34





GROUND-WATER RECORDS

OF

SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA


By
Jack T. Barraclough
U. S. Geological Survey





Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY,
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF SEMINOLE COUNTY,
and the
CITY OF SANFORD




TALLAHASSEE
1961






J1o. 34
AGRI.
CULTURAL
LIBRARy































Completed manuscript received
July 14, 1961
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee











CONTENTS


Page


Introduction. ...................


Figure

1


2

3


Florida Peninsula showing the location of
Seminole County .......... .............. 3

Latitude-longitude well-numbering system 4

Seminole County showing locations of
wells................................. facing 4


1 Water levels and artesian pressure in welis
in Seminole County. ...... ............ ...

2 Chloride analyses of water from wells in
Seminole County ........................

3 Records of wells in Seminole County ......











































































































































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GROUND-WATER RECORDS
OF
SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA

By
Jack T. Barraclough


INTRODUCTION

The primary purpose of the investigation leading to
the report of which this is the basic data section was to
determine the extent to which salt water had encroached
into the water-bearing formations of Seminole County and
to evaluate the factors governing encroachment. Field
work for this study, begun in 1951 by the U. S. Geological
Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey,
the Board of County Commissioners of Seminole County,
and the city of Sanford, was completed in 1956. The inter-
pretive results of the study are given in a report entitled
"Ground-Water Resources of Seminole County, Florida, "
by Jack T. Barraclough, published by the Florida Geological
Survey as Report of Investigations No. 27.

Seminole County is in the east-central part of the
Florida Peninsula (fig. 1). The well-numbering system used
in this report is based on the latitude-longitude grid system
(fig. 2). The locations of the wells are shown on a map of
Seminole County (f:g. 3).

Water levels and artesian pressures, in feet above
mean sea level, measured during the study are given in
table 1.

Field determinations of the chloride content, in parts
per million, of water from wells in Seminole County are
S'given in table 2.









Samples of water were periodically collected from
selected wells and analyzed for chloride content in order
to determine trends of mineralization and to investigate the
possibility of correlation between changes in concentration
of chloride and changes in water level.

Records of 874 wells in Seminole County are given in
table 3.





















































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Table 1. Water Levels and Artesian Pressure in Wells in Seminole County

(All measurements are in feet above mean sea level)

N. F.: Water not flowing from well on date of visit.
P: Well pumping at time of measurement.
Note: Other water level measurements are in table 3.


II

Well Water Water Water i.ater
number Date level Date level Date level Date level


837-102-3


838-107-1



838-113-1


838-113-2












838-114-1




838-114-2


838-114-4






838-119-1










839-113-1


839-113-2


2- 3-55
1-19-56

10-19-51
11- 2-51
2- 6-52

5- 8-37
6-26-37

5-16-33
1-18-37
3-25-37
5- 8-37
6-29-37
7-30-37
8-31-37
10-19-51
11- 2-51
2- 6-52
2- 8-52

1-19-37
3-25-37
5- 8-37
6-29-37

1-19-37
5- 8-37

4- 4-52
9-30-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53
1-23-54

11- 2-51
12-19-51
2- 5-52
4- 2-52
9-30-52
1-16-53
9-23-53
11- 2-53
11-30-53

3-20-37
5- 8-37
7-28-37
11- 2-51
12-21-51
2- 6-52
4- 4-52
5-17-52
7-18-52
10- 2-52
11-25-52

3-20-37


29.83
28.62

38.53
38.40
37.59

40.92
41.89

43
44.10
43.57
44.97
45.37
45.37
46.07
43.84
43.73
N.F.
N.F.

44.15
44.10
45.60
45.60

50.69
51.29

43.34
46.38
46.42
46.80
46.80
44.95

56.9
56.7
55.9
58.2
57.4
55.5
63.1
60.5
61.6

35.24
38.27
44.07
43.0
43.0
40.7
36.8
39.4
36.86
41.1
42.5

41.85


4- 9-56
4-24-56

4- 4-52
5-17-52
7-18-52

7-27-37
8-31-37

4 -4-52
9-30-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53
1-23-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54

7-30-37
8-31-37
4-29-39
4- 4-52

6-29-37
7-28-37

2- 4-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54

12-29-53
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-30-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54

1-27-53
4-11-53
9-30-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53
1-23-54
2-18-54
3- 1-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54

6-29-37


26.74
26.56

38.04
36.69
36.66

42.87
43.47

N.F.
45.18
44.91
45.14
44.98
43.44
N.F.
N.F.
N.F.
N.F.
42.41

45.60
46.70
41.60
43.3

51.46
51.54

43.88
43.10
42.46
44.22
43.75
43.24

61.0
55.8
56.1
56.4
56.2
56.1
57.1
57.2
56.5

38.1
38.9
40.7
44.3
44.3
44.2
40.8
35.84
40.9
35.63
42.4

44.60


1| 5- 8-37 | 43.75 1| 7-30-37 44.35


6-23-56


1-23-56
2- 1-56
3-14-56

4-22-39
6- 4-56

9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55
5-12-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55

11-25-52
9-30-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53

6- 7-56


8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55

12- 8-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-13-55
9-22-55
12-20-55

6-16-54
7-21-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55

8-31-37
4-22-39


26.99


35.53
35.46
34.58

38.99
38.06

43.00
42.31
42.45
42.76
40.19
39.29
39.82
41.30
41.82
42.54
41.87

41.91
45.4
44.0
43.8

45.12


43.14
44.05
43.72
43.88
43.78
41.83

56.6
55.6
54.9
53.0
52.7
59.1
59.1
59.1
58.3

39.2
38.61
39.0
39.1
39.3
40.0
35.27
38.42
38.93
39.5
39.9

45.35
39.83


4-27-56
11-27-56
12-29-56




12-23-55
2- 1-56
3- 5-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
6- 8-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-29-56


6-11-56







5-12-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55


1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 3-56
7- 9-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-29-56



9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 1-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
6-11-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56


33.64
36.34
35.47




41.38
41.58
39.11
39.25
39.71
39.82
40.01
40.89
41.51
40.60


39.35








N.F.
40.8
42.17
42.59
43.13


58.8
52.3
51.9
51.2
53.4
53.5
53.7



40.6
40.2
40.3
40.7
38.7
39.3
39.1
38.2
39.1
40.6







Table 1. Continued
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839-122-1












339-126-1


340-103-2



840-108-1










840-112-1


Water
Date level

1-27-37 57.88
2- 9-37 57.75
3-12-37 57.85
10-19-37 58.25
10-24-51 56.58
11- 2-51 56.70
12-19-51 56.93
4- 2-52 56.46
9-30-52 55.36
9-23-53 55.13
10-30-53 56.72

9-30-52 53.2
1-11-54 80.1

9-29-53 20.1
12- 1-53 19.9
3- 1-54 17.69

1-19-37 33.47
7-28-37 34.34
10-27-37 35.74
11- 2-51 30.13
10- 2-52 29.93
11-25-52 29.78
9-29-53 30.98
11- 2-53 30.70
12- 1-53 31.02

5-18-33 40
5-30-33 42
4- 9-37 41.95
5- 8-37 40.23
5-31-37 41.10
7-30-37 41.05
8-31-37 41.85
4-22-39 39.10
LI- 2-51 40.33
11- 3-51 40.44
12-21-51 40.60
2- 6-52 39.87
4- 4-52 38.53
5-17-52 37.94

10-23-51 56.68
12-19-51 55.56
2- 4-52 55.40
4- 2-52 56.10
9-30-52 54.61
11-25-52 54.88
9-23-53 60.22
10-29-53 59.49
11- 2-53 58.12
11L-30-53 60.26
12-29-53 59.01
1-11-54 58.55

1-27-37 57.44
3-12-37 57.34
4-10-37 58.04
5-15-37 57.89
6- 5-37 57.04
10-23-51 57.56
11- 2-51 56.54
12-19-51 56.99
2- 4-52 56.10
4- 2-52 56.97
6- 3-52 55.19


"at, r
Date Level


11- 2-53 56.85
11-30-53 56.69
12-29-53 58.00
1-11-54 58.06
2-17-54 57.90
4- 5-54 57.23
4-30-54 57.05
6-15-54 56.20
7-20-54 55.79
8-23-54 55.60
9-27-54 55.42

2-17-54 79.9
6-23-54 72.9

6-16-54 18.06
11- 9-54 17.96
1-17-55 17.88

12-30-53 31.05
1-23-54 30.10
2-18-54 29.29
7-13-54 28.90
8-24-54 28.87
9-29-54 29.30
11- 9-54 29.17
12-10-54 29.17
1-17-55 28.84

7-18-52 38.57
10- 2-52 39.77
11-25-52 40.02
1-28-53 38.61
9-30-53 41.97
11- 2-53 41.59
12- 1-53 41.74
12-30-53 40.63
1-23-54 39.77
2- 2-54 38.79
2-17-54 37.80
4- 6-54 37.42
4-30-54 39.04
6-16-54 39.26

2-17-54 55.46
4- 5-54 55.24
4-30-54 55.58
6-15-54 54.46
7- 6-54 54.93
7-15-54 54.92
7-20-54 54.84
8-12-54 56.56
8-23-54 55.87
9- 3-54 54.83
9-27-54 54.95
10-27-54 54.85

9-30-52 55.70
11-25-52 55.65
9-23-53 60.27
10-30-53 59.27
11-30-53 60.07
12-29-53 59.73
1-11-54 58.87
2-17-54 56.78
4- 5-54 55.92
4-30-54 56.07
6-15-54 55.86


Water
Date' level


11- 8-54 56.86
12- 8-54 56.85
1-13-55 56.60
3- 2-55 56.09
5- 6-55 55.34
6-10-55 55.00
7-11-55 54.71
8-13-55 54.57
9-22-55 54.78
11- 8-55 54.75
12-20-55 54.55

5- 6-55 65.9
6-10-55 51.5

7-12-55 16.95
12-22-55 16.57
1-20-56 16.23

2- 3-55 28.65
2- 4-55 28.32
5- 7-55 27.35
6-11-55 27.10
7-12-55 27.87
8-12-55 28.27
9-23-55 28.61
11- 9-55 28.45
12-24-55 27.68

7- 7-54 38.90
7-21-54 39.20
8-24-54 39.06
9-28-54 39.65
11- 9-54 39.32
12-10-54 39.29
1-17-55 38.58
3- 4-55 37.72
5-12-55 35.93
6-11-55 36.46
7-12-55 38.08
8-12-55 38.39
9-23-55 38.89
11- 9-55 38.29

11- 8-54 54.47
12- 8-54 55.59
1-13-55 54.36
3- 2-55 53.08
5- 6-55 51.63
6-10-55 51.12
7-11-55 53.84
7-19-55 53.64
7-19-55 53.14
7-19-55 53.25
8-13-55 53.10
9-22-55 54.05

7-20-54 55.85
8-23-54 56.40
9-27-54 56.51
11- 8-54 56.01
12- 8-54 56.14
1-13-55 55.50
3- 2-55 55.05
5- 6-55 53.54
6-10-55 53.43
7-11-55 55.15
8-13-55 55.27



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Date lev, l


1-31-56 54.33
3-15-56 53.96
3-23-56 53.86
5- 3-36 53.43
7- 9-56 52.84
10- 1-56 52.40
11-26-56 52.40
12-29-56 53.46




2-23-56 52.4
12- 1-56 54.9

4- 9-56 14.65
5- 7-56 14.58


1- 8-56 28.12
1-23-56 27.77
2- 1-56 27.79
2-21-56 27.54
3-14-56 26.79
4-27-56 25.85
7- 9-56 26.82



12-23-55 37.72
2- 1-56 37.46
2-14-56 37.45
2-22-56 36.90
3- 2-56 36.37
3-14-56 36.09
5- 4-56 35.95
6-15-56 35.80
7- 9-56 36.77
10- 3-56 37.70
11-27-56 38.09
12-29-56 37.32



11- 8-55 53.02
12-23-55 53.61
1-31-56 52.95
2-20-56 51.80
3-15-56 50.97
5- 3-56 50.21
7- 9-56 50.94
10- 1-56 52.44
11-26-56 52.95
12-29-56 52.74



9-22-55 54.26
11- 8-55 54.86
12-20-55 54.80
1- 4-56 54.66
1-31-56 54.41
3-15-56 53.74
5- 3-56 52.66
7- 9-56 53.23
10- 1-56 54.02
11-26-56 55.24
12-29-56 54.12


840-120-1













840-120-2







Table 1. Continued


840-125-1










841-106-1










841-109-2









841-110-1













841-110-9







841-110-12







841-111-1


Date


4- 5-54
5- 1-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 8-54
1-13-55

12-30-53
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54


Water
level


53.95
53.70
53.12
52.89
53.76
53.66
53.98
53.31
52.62

22.21
20.09
20.28
20.21
19.97
20.26
20.53
20.40


Dat


av:er
] evel


Date


Water
level


12-19-51
2- 5-52
4- 2-52
6- 3-52
9-30-52
10-30-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
2-17-54

4- 4-52
7-18-52
10- 2-52
11-25-52
1-28-53
9-29-53
11- 2-53
11- 4-53
12- 1-53

4- 4-52
9-29-53
12-30-53
1-23-54
2- 3-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54

5-26-33
5-30-33
12- 5-33
12-12-51
2- 6-52
4- 4-52
5-17-52
7-18-52
10- 2-52
11-25-52
1-27-53
4-11-53

1- 1-53
11- 5-53
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54

1- 1-53
11- 5-53
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54

1-26-37
2- 4-37
4- 3-37
7-27-37
10-21-37
2- 6-52
4- 4-52
7-18-52
11-25-52
1-27-53
4-11-53


Well
number


53.13
52.58
53.56
52.48
52.14
56.18
55.93
55.48
54.48

20.97
19.70
20.92
20.93
20.10
22.30
22.07
22.12
22.15

24.94
26.52
26.28
25.21
24.97
23.54
23.83
24.58

38
39
39
31.7
30.89
30.84
29.51
29.99
31.16
31.06
29.34
30.34

18.5
21.7
17.9
13.24
14.01
19.3
19.0

25.8
28.2
25.3
23.9
24.4
26.6
25.6

31.35
30.88
33.18
30.43
32.93
25.4
22.1
21.47
28.1
19.6
27.4


Date


Date


Water
level


24.45
24.40
24.36
24.82
24.47
24.72
24.27
24.03

30.58
32.3
31.82
32.5
32.2
30.82
29.42
30.35
29.19
30.39
30.02
29.63

18.6
21.6
13.32
12.19
12.57
12.81
12.85

26.0
27.1
23.8
16.49
16.74
17.26
17.37

27.8
28.6
28.7
27.7
21.4
17.81
20.1
26.4
23.4
23.7
24.2


3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
7-21-55
8-13-55
9-22-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55

1-17-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
10-19-55
11- 9-55

3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-24-55

8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55

9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-24-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
6-23-56

9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-24-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
6-23-56

9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
2- 5-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55


6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
2- 5-55

8-20-53
9-29-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53
1-23-54
2-18-54
3- 1-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54

12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55

12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55

9-29-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53
1-23-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54


52.36
51.08
50.62
51.69
51.60
52.04
52.11
51.81
51.66

20.11
19.72
18.67
18.42
19.13
19.45
19.91
19.75
19.54

23.64
21.40
22.51
23.50
23.86
24.49
23.67
23.29

29.87
30.50
30.21
30.44
30.04
29.04
28.18
27.90
29.02
29.37
30.08
29.41

17.7


11-27-56
12-29-56


14.77
13.56


11- 9-55
12-24-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
4- 2-56
5- 4-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-29-56


24.6
20.3
25.0
21.4
22.3
25.4
24.8
25.3
18.9
19.3


--f ,, T-


~- --


1-31-56
3-15-56
3-23-56
5- 3-56
7- 9-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-29-56


12-22-55
2- 1-56
3-14-56
5- 2-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-29-56


2-15-56
3-14-56
4-13-56
5- 3-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56



12-24-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
4-13-56
5- 3-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-29-56


51.00
50.24
50.09
49.07
49.49
49.72
51.91
50.76


19.09
18.55
17.71
17.17
17.93
19.07
19.56
18.79


23.41
22.32
21.85
21.75
23.02
23.86



28.84
29.04
27.64
27.15
27.22
28.00
29.16
29.14
28.38





13.27


7- 9-56


10- 3-56 I 19.1


18.90
12.58
18.4
14.48
17.33
13.27

20.6
20.12
16.96
20.9
17.64
19.54
17.16

27.4
25.1
23.4
26.4
21.9
22.8
19.43
18.88
19.87
20.07
27.0


7- 9-56 18.17
10- 3-56 21.2
11-27-56 18.42
12-29-56 16.30


12-10-54 20.47






Table 1. Continued



i KLL Water Wtater Water I/ster
number Date level Date level Date level Date 11el

841-111-2 11- 2-51 19.2 11- 2-53 21.3 9-28-54 22.2 11- 9-55 21.1
2- 6-52 19.5 12- 1-53 21.6 11- 9-54 21.4 12-24-55 16.39
4- 4-52 16.21 12-30-53 23.2 12-10-54 21.3 2- 2-56 18.83
5-17-52 16.10 1-23-54 16.68 1-17-55 23.4 3-14-56 15.41
7-18-52 17.06 2-18-54 15.15 3- 4-55 15.90 3-30-56 19.0
10- 2-52 19.3 4- 6-54 15.89 5- 7-55 15.93 5- 4-56 21.0
11-25-52 20.8 4-30-54 19.9 6-11-55 15.88 7- 9-56 19.4
1-27-53 14.72 .6-16-54 18.9 7-12-55 16.38 10- 3-56 21.2
4-11-53 19.3 7-21-54 17.43 8-12-55 16.87 11-27-56 19.3
9-29-53 22.2 8-24-54 18.22 9-23-55 21.7 12-29-56 16.34

841-112-1 2- 4-37 35.88 4- 3-37 36.73 3-19-36 31.34
3- 1-37 36.48 6-23-37 35.98

841-112-2 1-18-37 34.5 5- 8-37 37.00 4- 4-52 35.5 3- 1-54 34.2
2- 4-37 35.83 6-23-37 36.20 9-29-53 38.0 3-20-56 30.48
3- 1-37 36.05 7-27-37 36.75 11- 2-53 35.6 5- 4-56 32.9
3-20-37 35.25 11- 3-51 36.8 12- 1-53 37.2
4- 3-37 36.25 2- 6-52 35.4 12-30-53 37.7

841-113-1 3-20-37 35.61 11-25-52 35.9 8-24-54 35.0 12-23-55 33.8
4- 3-37 37.11 1-27-53 34.3 9-28-54 35.7 2- 1-56 33.9
5- 8-37 37.11 9-30-53 37.6 11- 9-54 35.1 3-14-56 32.9
6-23-37 36.86 11- 2-53 37.5 12-10-54 35.0 3-19-56 32.6
7-27-37 36.61 12- 1-53 37.5 1-17-55 36.0 5- 3-56 32.3
8-31-37 37.31 12-30-53 37.8 2- 5-55 35.3 6-19-56 32.6
4-15-39 34.61 1-23-54 36.2 3- 4-55 34.7 7- 9-56 33.6
11- 3-51 36.6 2-18-54 34.5 6-11-55 32.8 10- 3-56 32.9
12-21-51 36.5 4- 6-54 34.9 7-12-55 34.0 11-27-56 32.9
2- 6-52 35.7 4-30-54 35.6 8-12-55 33.9 12-29-56 32.6
4- 4-52 35.7 6-16-54 35.0 9-23-55 34.8
5-17-52 34.1 7-21-54 34.9 11- 9-55 34.0

841-120-1 9-21-51 53.6 2- 4-52 50.9 11- 2-53 56.7 9-27-54 51.6
10-23-51 52.5 2- 6-52 50.8 1-30-53 56.6
11- 2-51 52.1 4- 2-52 51.8 1-11-54 54.2
12-19-51 51.9 9-30-52 50..8 2-17-54 52.6


- I ii _____ I _____ 1 _____ I _____







Table 1. Continued
Well 841-121-1
1951


Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. epnt. r. Nov. n- e
1__ __47.69
_49.41 _4772
3 __ __ 47.73 _47.69
47.64
S47.68
S48.15 __47.64
7 47.61
8 ____ ___ 47.62
9 47.60
1 __ I 47.63
11______ 47.53
12 47.99 47.47
13 _I 47.89 47.47
14 47.89 47.47
15 14 .64 1 47,861 47,43
16 _____ 47.79 47.42
17 79 47.42
l______ 47,82 47.42
19 _47.88 47.39
20 __47.97 47.39
1 _47.941 47.44
S_ _47.901 47.44
23 ____47.85 47.39
24 47.83 47.44
25 47.89 47.32
2 ______ ___47.88 47.34
27 47.85 47.34
2B 47.75 47.34
S__47.78 47.34
30 4.4447.74 47.38
it 47,37







Table 1. Continued


Well 841-121-1.--Continued
1953

Mar. Apr. y June iJuly Au. Sept. T oct lov.


47.09
47.02
46.94
46.98
46 85


47.12 47.55
47.14 47.49
47.11 47.41
47.05 47.41
47 03 47T 12


46.54 47.LZ
46.51 47.07
46.36 46,99
46.36 46.92
46. 10 46 01


47.46.

C..47,444
4 ,. 6


z.*L ".?! >
_52.12 _51.42.
.9.--.. 51.41
25.l 0 5- 14.
4? 1911 r I 1


51.85
51.79.
51.75
_51.,72 .
r1 71


47.26

: 47.39
47.29
5- 47.24
47 24
47.09
"7.14
47.34
I 47.133
II 47. 9
i2 47.24
4 7. 24
47.24
417.2/

; 47.17
S., 47.17
4? 47.22
,.11 1 47.19
S 47.29
2 41.16
47.18
3r 47.27
5 47. 14


46.69 47.89
46.69 47.79
46.65 47.76
46.59 47.76
46.49 47.71


47.23 46.49
47.19 "46.76
47.19 47.03
47.26 47.15
47.26 47.23


47.15
47.09
47.07
47.07
46.97


47.75 4 46.91
47.72 46.86
47.65 46.85
47.64 46.80
47.61 46.77


46.89 J 46.83 _
46.99 46.89
47.06 1 46.93 -
47.C2 i 46.89 j
46.96 46.87
46.94i 46.89
46.90 46.92 1
46.96 46.94
47.04 4 46.99 0
47.11 47.02 1


11,04
5_ L19_
51.54
51.84


2_.2 |_.51,19 ,
_12,09_L Li13
_52.03 51.04
52. 04 50.98
52.09 50.94


51.85 52.09 50.87
51.82 52.06 50.85
51.69 52.05 50.90
_ .2 t 52.04 5LP02
51.87 51.94 51.24


51.42
51.34
51.24
51.18
51.19
51.16
51.09
51.12
51.23
51.42,


ar 47.16 47.26 47.23 47.58 46.74 47.16 47.09 51.92 51.82 51.55 51.54
. 47.22 47.19 47.25 47.65 46.68 47.15 47.11 51.99 51.80 51.59
,: 47.25 47.1 47.27 47.64 46.56 47.17 [47.20 52.14 51.72 51.90 51.65
9 47.19 47.19 4_7.67 46.53 47.17 i 47.29 52.22 51.68 51.90 51.59
i 47.7 47.- 47.18 .63 46.52 471 47 33 5214 1.63 5189 51.53
_-. 7 47 14- 46.54 47,36 I 515 j 51.39





1954

Tiny im-J Feb- Mar. Apr. j- aJ .June July Aut-. Qet t Nov nm-
1 .20 50.04 494Q 48.73 48.72 48.02 47.81 48.87 48 48.44 48.35 48.74
L l.25 50.08 49.29 8 48.64 i 48.80 [8.3 47.80 8.86 4 .88 48.84
l 1.24 50.09 49.30 48.61 48.83 48.06 47.82 48 1 ;44 2 48.82 48.79
5: -: 0.06 49.19 48.57 48.81 48.19 '47.83- 8.76 48.14 48 48.84 48.71
.27 9.95 49.20 48.59 48.79 48.41 47.87 48.75 48.15 |48.44 -48.85 48.71
S24 9 863 48.77 8.49 4 47.86 87 48.18 48.40 48.2 "'48:82'
S1.10 49.81 49.21 48.70 48.74 '48.56 47.86 48.69 48.18 J 48.34 48.75 48.64
8 51.03 49.81 49.27 48.83 48.62 48.57 47.89 48.71 48.18 1 48.41 48.69 48.67
_, 50.97 49.81 49.37 48.94 48.54 48.55 48,04 48.84 T 48 15 ~ Tl ~ 48.88 48.69 48.73
I1 50..9 49.82 49.38 48.95 48.47 48.49 48.14 48.98 48.06 49.34 48.68 48.65


5U.9b 49.19 49.J3
30.76 49.65 49.30
50.11 49.52 49.20
S0.73 49.53 49.18


48.97 48.42
48.98 48.43
48.94 48.42
48.90 48.33


48.40 48.19 49.04' 47.99 49.59 48.69
48.29 48.27 49.04. 47.98 49.69. 48.78
48.22 48.34 48.981 J_47.97 49.69 48.88
48.22 48.30 48.a88T 48. 04i 40.77 4 001


15 .7ti 49.54 49.04 48.82 48.27 48.22 48.30 48.80t 48.07 149.81 49.21
i, o0.80 49.52 48.93 48.81 48.24 48.19 48.29 4__8.4 48.13- 49.62 49.29
1; 50.68 49.52 48.94 8.71 48.24 48.12 .48.26 48.67.L-A48.19_ .49A.5'1_-.49.31
30.54 4,..5 48.87. 48.61 48.24 48.09 48.17 ._48L55. 4.22_..-49.44. 49.33
!, 50.51 49.39 49.02 48.59 48.17 48.21 48.11 48.47 48.27 49.40 49.37
u_ 50.46 9.38 ,q.009 48.55 48,14 48.23' 48.-02- 4-8.46 4.29 -49,29 49,37
2! s0.45 49.41 4911 48.56 48.06 48.20 47.96 48.421 48.28 49.19 49.27


49.41 49.05 48.57 48.00
49.45 49.07 48.60 47.97
49.56 49.02 48.64 47.94
49.54 43.99 48.69 47.88
49.i2 4894 48.75 47.84
49.50 48.92 48.81 47.85
49.53 48.89 48.83 47.91
4_8.85 48.76 47.89
48.82 48.71 47.91
48.79 47.94


S48.16 47.91
48.14 47.87
48.11 47.86
48.07 47.94


48.08
48.09
48.08
47.99
47.90


--;-- -.-
.48.3j 482?5 49.09 j 49.28
48.35.1.4827- 1 48.99 '49.20
48.35 48,4.448,,98_ 49.19
48.32, 48.25 48.97 49.16


48.07 48.27 A8..11 4-8,_L 49.69
48.34 48,22L 4842 .L48.94 '49.07
48.65 48.17 4844 i 48.96 49.04
48.88 48.27 "48.43 8.99 48.87'
43.84 4 8. 2 i --4 48.74 '
48.83 T 48-.3"1---,- I 48.8


48.63
48.63
48.70
48.69
48.66
48.58
48.62.
48.71
48.73
48.74
48.74
48.74
48.69
48.68
48.64
48.62
48.64
48.65
48.63
48.55
4.8,50


reb.
47.18
47.24
47.33
47.43
47 40


47.4 46.82 47.13 i 47.29 46.45 46.89 L 71 52,1L 01.26, 51.86
47.52 46.81 7.24 1 47.32 46.57 46.87 47.68 52.30. _51.23 51.85
47.47 46.83 47.20 47.39 46.64 46.79 7.70 52.33 51.23 51.85
47.40 46.78 47.24 47.43 46.69 46.75 47.761 52.44 51.23 51.89
7.44. 1 6.78 47.29,1 47.42 46.74 46.75 47.86 ____ 52.49 51.24i 51.82
47.49 6.77 47.24 47.39 46.77 46.84 .48 06 _1__51.22 51.74
47.57 46.72 47.30 47.35 46.78 46.94 -48.23 51 .6 _52~..43 51.20 51.68
47.43 46.72 47.43 47.30 46.79 6.92 48.26 51 52.32 51.19 51.68
47.41 46.699 7.5 47.25 46 51.02 52.28 51.17 51.61
47.39 i 46.69 i 47.78 47.20 i 46.84 i 6.84 50. 99 8 52.274 51..18' 51.44


47.32
47.32
47.24
47.28
47.28


.: 50.46
iJ 50.37
4 50.2b
2, 50.25
.27 50.24
; 0.26
2I 50.27
50.21
I'. 50.12
-I 50.06


I- ~ ~ -


I


-'---L







Table 1. Continued


Well 841-121-1.--Continued


Doy Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Au. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
_L 4 48, 47.75 47.27 46.69 46.52 46.78 47.37 47.09 47.32 47.05 46.87
2 48.41 48.15 47.68 47.35 6 46.l 2 46. ._46 47,A 47. 71 4.A LL .4L 46,
3 48.3.6. ..489.. _47. 4 7.1_ A6..4 _4,L4.._ 6._.2 4.47A4 72 L 47 _4 L33_ -4-_l_46a.-
- 48.38 7Z.90 47.L3 A47Z9 46.63L .A.46 .46.6.8-4 4.3AL 474 47.3 46
1 48.39 47.92 47L48 4.19 46.61 74644 464r 47 47.4 47.39 46
6 48.33 4 .3 47.43 8 -A6.7 .4 .422. 4L4.4
7 48.26 48.02 47.44 47.19 46.49 j46 6 A6.89- -47,32 .ALl2 47L5 47.02-
_ 48.21 47.97 47.31 47.10 4647 4632 46.97 47.36 Z7.j .4744_ 4L.0
9 48.1 A71 J _AL2_4 7.49 AZ_ 0-0 AM A _. 4- A722L 4. A 2.42- _A69_ 46.SL
10 48.19 48.03 47.30 47.01 46.36 46.17 47. 3 47.27 47.5 47-42 47. 2 46.8 '4
1 48.1 7 48.07 47.27 47.04 46.35 46.13 47.11 47.26 47.69 47.47 47.25 46 .86
12_ 4. 13. 47.88 47.26 47.23 46.32 46.18 47.07 47.20 47.86 47.54 47.26 46.89
13 L48.12_ 47.L 9 l _4. 22_ AZ 3_ 4 .46.J- .19 .1.01 47.13 _4.81 AL.62 47.27 _46.9f9I
.14 ._48,06 4._7.01- 47.-19 47.40 _4.6 6..1 47.O. A Z.. 1 4.4.64 74.
15I 48.09 148.05 47.16 47.44 46.30 46181 47.02 47.13 47.78 47.54 47.39 1 47.01
16. 48,12 _148.04 47._10 47L_4 46.36 j.4619 47.04 47.17 47.73 47.53 47.34 1 46.91
7 48.06 8.04 4707 4744 .4,42 46.24 47.04 47.09 47.68 47.58 47.26 46.89
1_, 48.12 48.01 47 02 47.44 46.44 46.30 47.01 46.99 47.68 47.55 47.19 46.88
19 48.14 I4 48.01 46.98 47.43 46.43 46.32 1 46.98 46.91 47.68 47.50 47.23 46.86
20 L 47. 99 | 47.96 46.91 47.40 146.43 46.37 46.96 46.93 1 47.61 47.44 4713 46.87
2i _.48.~04 47.97 46.93 47.532 6 46.44 46.42 46.95 46.95 .Z47.53 47.44 47.14 46.88
22 48.11 47.99 46.92 47.28 46.63 46.42 46.95 46.96 47.47 47.43 47.14 46.87
23_ 48 15 _47. 93 ,.83_ AL.22 46.75- 4.6.3. -46,.94 4F.99 47.44 47.39 47.07 i 46.84
24 4J.6 464 L.8 48 47.15 46.0 80. 46.42 46.95 46.99 47.44 47.37 47.02 46.80
5 4.13 4777 4.99 47.13 4679 46, 4 4A.698 46.92 47.47 47.34 47.04 46.80
26 48.224 Z7. 757 4604 47. JL 6.7 14 L A68 _A6,-92L 47.47 47.30 47.01i 46,85
27 8i- ,6. 4. i 46.8 4 42A 6.2 46,64_ L3 46.97 _-4.3 4.24 4. AZ. 7. 07 46.i_9J
2- -4,31 .4 __ 47.19 46.82 46.69_ 44.86 47.16 4.04 4739 47.19 46.93 46.72
30 48.21 47.19 75 46.71 4674 476 47.07 47.39 47-16 46.84 1 46.80
iLLA 48.17 8479.25-- 4- A 44.47.30 47704 47 46.79




1956

Pay v i | Feb. M Ap-. iMa June July- u Spt f Nov. D,
_- .46_.76 A64_ -.45.92 A Z 45-L 44.. -45,1_ S 1 4,92 45.48 _453_ 47.64 _462
-- 46.69 46.4 45.99 44.95 45. 06 44.80 45.03 44.95 45.50 4574 47.58_ 46.81
46-L67 46. 61L 45.96 44.96 .45.04- -44.79- 45.0.5 44.913 45.51 i45.7.1 47. 4679
4_ 4.73 46.6-1 i ..88 L4,95_ 45.04_ 44,82. ____ 44.91 -45A5 45.6 47.43 46
5 46.65 46.62 45.84 44.91 45.01 44.94 45.14 44.89 45.51 45.64 47.37 46 67
6 46.59 46.65 45.84 I 44.89 45.02 44.96 45.14 44.89 45.58 45.72 47.39 46.64
7 _46.69 46.58 45.84 44.92 45.21 44.91 45.15 44.89 45.58 45.81 47.39 i 46.61
8 46.64 46.59 1 45.76 44.89 445.26 44.87 | 44.82 45.56 45.79 47.44 46.54
9 46.65 46.64 j 45.65 44.89 _45.24 44.79 45.19 44.76 45.62 45.75 147.43 1 46.53 j
I 46.71 46.66 45.68 45.17 45.29 44.70 45.16 44.94 45.75 45.73 47.40 46.57
11 46.62 46.63 45.70j 45.12 45.28 44.64 45.19 45.06 45.81 45.71 j 47.42 |46.56
12 46.54 :46.51 45.74 45.03 45.27 | 44.62 45.23 45.13 45.79 45.73 47.43 46.52
13 46.44 46.49 45.73 1 45.02 45.26_ _44.62 5.23 45.14 45. 4 5.75 47.41 46.53
14 4 .37 6. 49 4 6. .4 I 45.02 45.24 44.58" 45;23 45.23 45.68 45.80 I 47.34 1 46.48
15 146.40 46.48 i 45.61 45.07 45.17 I44.58 45.21 45.29 45.60 46.04 i47.30 I 46.46
16 46.44 46.44 45.61 45.08 45.15 44.62 45.21 45.32 45.57 46.82 1 47.28 i 46.46 I
S LA. .94 A .0. 44 19 4Al 31 45.52 -47.48 47.25 62
11l 46.24 46.5 1 45,4 44.6 44.94 44.70 4 45,18 45.29 4. 63 4.7 A 147.22 46,32
19 46.33 j46.29 45.59 44.88 44.84 44.72 45.10 45.30 45.84 47.85 47.19 46.26
20 46.31 46.27 1 45.55 44.77 44.82 44.71 45.02 45.31 45.86 47.99 1 47.12 i 46.27
21. 46.21 46.20 4 45.45 144.75 44.79. 44.70 45.00 45.35 45.82 48.10 147.13 46.33
2 A6.21 46.14 45,43 44.82 .44.,2 44.72 44.95 45.39 45.76 4809 i 4711 46.32
2 46.37 46.12 45.39 44.78 44,73. 44,71 1 44.92 45.37 45.82 48.05 47.03 i 46.30 1
24 46.42 1 46.06 45.41 44,67 _44,66 .4469_ 44.91 45.33 45.89 48.00 47.03 46.31 I
25 46.47 j46.11 45.33 44.75 44.55 44.69 44.97 45.30 45.94 47.94 47.05 1 46.28
2 6 46.49 46LA07 45.29 44.93 44-.560 44.71 44.84 45.32 45.89 47.89 47.10 46.27
27 46,52 I 46.10 45.27 44.99 4488 44.82 45.31 45.85 47.84 4699 4629
2S-L 46.55 46.10 45.23 45.02 44.71 44,89 44.87 45.27 45,75 47.79 46.87 46.34


L& 1i


L4 nfA


AA 77


129 LA6.60


47.71 4693 46.42
7.7 I I 9 4621 /


1. 44.89
44.87
4.4A7






Table 1. Continued



Well Water Watater Water Water
number Date level Date level Date level Date level


841-121-2


11- 2-51
12-19-51
2- 6-52
4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52
9-30-52
11-25-52
9-11-53
9-23-53
10-30-53

1-23-54
3- 1-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
7-26-54
8-24-54
9-28-54

4- 3-37
5- 8-37

3- 1-37
3-25-37
4- 3-37
5- 8-37
6-23-37
7-27-37
10-21-37
4-15-39
11- 2-51
2- 6-52
4- 4-52
5-17-52
7-18-52

4- 4-52
5-28-52
7-18-52
10- 2-52
11-25-52
4-11-53
9-30-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53

5-28-52
7-18-52
10- 2-52
11-25-52
4-11-53
9-30-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53
1-23-54


75.19
74.91
74.51
75.46
73.89
73.67
72.82
73.83
76.46
76.93
76.49

23.5
23.6
23.6
23.0
22.4
21.6
21.6
23.0

31.46
31.16

31.00
31.50
33.25
32.90
33.00
32.75
33.75
31.00
29.7
28.9
29.3
28.1
29.0

42.1
39.1
39.4
39.9
39.6
40.2
43.8
43.1
43.1

35.62
36.30
37.51
37.71
37.18
40.99
40.38
40.36
39.93
38.66


842-110-2








842-111-1


842-112-1













842-118-1









842-116-4


11-30-53
12-29-53
2- 1-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-30-54
6-14-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-17-54
11- 8-54

11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
2- 5-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55

6-23-37
7-27-37

10- 2-52
11-25-52
1-27-53
4-11-53
8-20-53
9-29-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53
1-23-54
2-18-54
3- 1-54
4- 6-54

12-30-53
2-18-54
2-26-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54

2- 2-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54


76.35
76.42
75.35
75.01
74.26
74.47
73.91
73.60
74.20
74.07
75.12

22.8
23.1
23.8
23.2
20.78
19.57
19.45
21.47

32.56
31.96

29.6
29.4
27.9
29.4
29.6
31.5
31.2
30.8
31.0
29.5
28.3
28.8
28.5

43.2
39.6
41.1
40.7
41.2
40.6
39.8
40.1
40.7

38.12
37.06
36.93
37.29
37.28
36.99
37.14
37.49
36.98
37.15


12- 8-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-13-55
9-22-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55
1-31-56

7-29-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-24-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
4-11-56

10-21-37
3-29-56

4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55

11- 9-54
12-10-54
1-17-55
3- 4-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-21-55
11- 9-55

1-17-55
3- 4-55
5-12-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-21-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
1-27-56


75.08
74.64
73.76
71.24
75.11
75.55
76.23
76.40
75.80
75.59
75.41

21.3
21.75
22.51
21.84
21.4
21.7
20.13
19.98

33.21
21.8

29.6
28.4
28.5
28.9
29.2
28.5
28.1
29.6
28.3
26.3
26.5
27.1
26.8

39.5
40.0
40.9
38.9
37.6
39.2
39.4
39.6
38.0

36.27
35.30
34.01
34.45
36.00
36.40
36.80
35.64
35.83
35.84


3-15-56 74.67
3-23-56 74.48
5- 1-56 76.45
6-25-56 75.77
7- 9-56 76.48
10- 1-56 76..77
11-26-56 77.55
12-29-56 76.59




5- 3-56 18.87
7- 9-56 21.6
10- 3-56 21
11-27-56 21.4
12-29-56 20.6







9-23-55 28.1
11- 9-55 27.6
12-24-55 26.6
2- 2-56 27.7
3-14-56 25.9
3-27-56 25.4
5- 4-56 26.2
6-23-56 26.6
7- 9-56 27.2
10- 3-56 26.6
11-27-56 26.1
12-29-56 25.6


12-23-55 38.9
1-25-56 39.2
3-14-56 37.5
5- 3-56 38.0
6-23-56 38.3
7- 9-56 38.7
10- 3-56 37.5
11-27-56 37.3
12-29-56 37.8

2- 1-56 35.78
2-14-56 35.77
2-21-56 35.36
3- 5-56 34.73
3-14-56 34.29
5- 3-56 34.54
S7- 9-56 35.28
10- 3-56 35.88
11-27-56 36.70
12-29-56 36.00






Table 1. Continued



Well Water Water Water i'acr
number Date level Date Level Iia< level Date letel

842-117-1 5-18-33 28 4- 4-52 32.45 6-16-54 31.78 11- 9-55 30.98
5-30-33 29 5-17-52 30.99 7-21-54 31.44 12-23-55 31.16
2- 4-37 31.32 5-28-52 31.28 8-24-54 31.57 1-25-56 31.36
3-25-37 30.77 11-25-52 31.79 9-28-54 32.09 2- 1-56 31.19
4- 3-37 31.59 9-30-53 34.35 11- 9-54 31.86 3-14-56 30.43
5- 8-37 30.92 11- 2-53 33.84 12-10-54 32.09 5- 3-56 30.23
6-23-37 31.62 12- 1-53 33.65 1-17-55 31.71 7- 9-56 30.24
7-27-37 31.40 12-30-53 33.43 3- 4-55 31.34 10- 3-56 30.51
8-31-37 32.02 1-23-54 32.51 5-12-55 30.40 11-27-56 31.13
4-15-39 30.17 2-18-54 31.73 6-11-55 30.49 12-29-56 30.82
11- 3-51 32.23 2-26-54 32.03 7-12-55 31.54
12-21-51 32.34 4- 6-54 31.70 8-12-55 31.56
2- 6-52 32.11 4-30-54 32.15 9-21-55 31.75

842-117-2 1-13-37 35.86 3-20-37 36.11 4-15-39 38.9 1-26-56 40.5
2- 4-37 39.31 6-23-37 39.68 1-23-54 43.2

842-119-6 1-11-54 52.25 1-24-56 47.69 2-28-56 47.30
8-23-54 49.88 2-23-56 47.29 12- 1-56 48.32

842-123-1 4- 2-52 42.8 8-19-54 41.8 7-11-55 40.5 5- 4-56 39.0
9-30-52 41.0 9-27-54 41.8 8- 1-55 40.63 7- 9-56 39.4
9-23-53 44.8 11- 8-54 42.1 9-22-55 40.6 10- 1-56 39.0
12-29-53 45.0 12-24-54 42.4 11- 8-55 40.1 11-26-56 40.1
2-24-54 43.5 1-13-55 42.7 12-20-55 39.6 12-28-56 39.3
4-29-54 42.9 3- 2-55 42.3 1-31-56 40.2
6-15-54 41.9 5- 6-55 40.09 2-13-56 40.6
8-18-54 41.9 6-10-55 39.4 3-15-56 39.4

843-103-4 1-17-55 13.24 7-12-55 12.45 2- 1-56 12.27 10- 3-56 12.27
2- 2-55 13.29 8-12-55 12.90 3-14-56 11.46 11-27-56 12.97
3- 4-55 12.98 9-23-55 13.11 5- 4-56 10.76 12-29-56 12.23
5- 7-55 12.08 11- 9-55 12.85 6-25-56 10.76
6-11-55 11.77 12-22-55 12.49 7- 9-56 .1.23

843-106-2 4- 4-52 21.89 12-30-53 23.22 11- 9-54 21.45 10-18-55 20.67
5-17-52 20.67 1-23-54 22.57 12-10-54 21.47 11- 9-55 20.03
7-18-52 20.64 2-18-54 21.92 1-17-55 21.06 12-22-55 19.63
10- 2-52 21.57 4- 6-54 21.28 2- 7-55 21.00 2- 1-56 19.37
11-25-52 21.96 4-30-54 21.40 3- 4-55 20.64 3-14-56 18.61
1-28-53 21.15 6-16-54 21.26 5- 7-55 19.60 5- 2-56 17.82
4-11-53 21.59 7-21-54 21.25 6-11-55 19.31 7- 9-56 18.36
9-28-53 23.21 8-24-54 21.29 7-12-55 19.80 10- 3-56 19.36
11- 2-53 23.08 9-28-54 21.38 8-12-55 20.10 11-27-56 20.02
12- 1-53 23.15 10-29-54 21.77 9-23-55 20.31 12-29-56 19.36

843-106-6 4-25-48 22.84 11- 9-55 19.95 3-14-56 18.52 10- 3-56 19.42
9-23-55 20.21 12-22-55 19.40 5- 2-56 17.77 11-27-56 20.04
10-18-55 20.55 2- 1-56 19.28 7- 9-56 18.34 12-29-56 19.38

843-110-1 2- 6-52 22.7 10- 2-52 22.9 9-29-53 24.6 4-12-56 19.50
4- 4-52 23.3 11-25-52 22.9 11- 2-53 22.6
5-17-52 20.8 1-27-53 22.3 12- 1-53 24.6
7-18-52 21.8 4-11-53 22.4 3- 1-54 23.4
843-111-1 1-11-37 27.53 5- 8-37 27.66 8-31-37 29.16 11- 2-51 27.0
3- 4-37 28.81 6-23-37 27.76 10-21-37 29.41
4- 3-37 27.21 7-27-37 27.66 4-15-39 25.51

843-116-2 3- 8-37 33.78 5-13-37 34.78 1-21-54 34.8 5- 1-56 31.1
4- 5-37 34.78 4-17-39 32.88 2-23-54 34.0


I_ __ L_ t I_ _






Tab Cont nued.
Ca4ing Meaduring point Water livel YiVld ChlorIdw concuen



24 2 I3


I. l a 4. .. .. .


8486118-6 H, Wite 140? 110? 3 Tcb 0.0 31.67 3.12 4-11.52 85 17 4-11.52 72 Ir
4,53 1-18.54
2,19 11-28-55

848-118-7 Sanford-Ovido 1918 6 345 5- -52 In
Truck Orovwur
648-118-8 I, D, Kirchhoff 178 2 Tcb 1.0 22,03 6.25 4-14-52 25 580 4-14.52 74 U
m 7,9 1-18-54
6.31 11-11-55

846-118-9 J, Standifer 2 Tv .0 19.63 5.1 4-14-52 265 4-14-52 73 D
5.16 1-18-54
1,18 11-3f-55

848-118-10 7. Heaich 19101 300 90? 2 TC 1.5 26.81 4.30 4-14-52 15 310 4-14-52 74 Ir
Tv 1.5 26,83 6.7 1-18-54
3.48 12- 1-55

848-118-11 P. Chapman 2 Tdp .5 26.55 5.69 4-17-52 20 14 4-17-52 73 Ir
6.7 1-18-54

848-119-1 Mrs. A. King P. Eggers 1922 100 60 2 Tv .5 30.2 3.95 9-26-51 45 16 4-12-3 s2 Ir WL
Tv 29.91 4.02 11-15-55 15 9-26-51

848-119-2 E. M. Cain 150 70 2 Tv :.0 28.83 6.0 9-22-51 40 15 9-22-51 73 D C, WL
30 10 2-23-54 72

848-119-3 Bach Brothers 120 100 3 Tv 1.0 26.70 7.9 9-22-51 90 16 1-28-37 73 Ir WI
m 16 4-12-39
16 9-21-51

848-119-4 Mrs. C. Carlson Mahoney-Walker 168 90 2 Tv 2.0 29.24 4.01 9-26-51 45 16 4-12-39 73 Ir WL
15 9-26-51 D
13 4- 2-52

848-119-5 W. B. Shippy 1251 3 Tv 3.0 25.29 8.5 4-15-52 45 17 4-15-52 73 Ir
10.1 1-18-54 D
7.9 11-14-55

1 II I







Table 1. Cont



Well
n .i,.bcr


844-115-8













844-116-1














844-117-1


844-117-2











844-117-18








845-107-3









L


inued




Dat


5-27-33
2-15-37
4- 7-37
5- 6-37
5-20-37
5-31-37
6-25-37
7-14-37
8-30-37
11- 3-51
12-21-51
2- 7-52
4- 5-52

1-18-37
2-15-37
3-24-37
3-27-37
4-24-37
5- 6-37
5-20-37
5-31-37
6-25-37
7-14-37
8-30-37
2- 7-52
4- 5-52

5- 6-37
5-20-37

1-18-37
2- 9-37
3-27-37
5-20-37
6-28-37
4-17-39
11- 3-51
12-21-51
2- 7-52
4- 5-52
5-14-52

1-11-54
1-21-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-23-54
9-27-54

4- 4-52
5-17-52
7-18-52
10- 2-52
11-25-52
1-28-53
4-11-53
9-28-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
12-30-53


Water
level


32.5
33.72
32.27
34.25
34.02
33.77
33.87
33.17
34.02
31.0
31.3
30.2
30.6

33.38
35.13
33.38
34.28
34.83
35.78
35.38
34.78
34.53
34.68
35.28
33.9
34.3

37.67
37.32

37.88
36.83
37.23
37.98
37.38
35.31
36.60
36.77
35.87
36.56
35.30

38.58
38.02
36.78
36.33
36.25
36.33
36.60

14.47
13.38
13.28
14.21
14.61
13.79
13.99
16.35
16.83
16.74
16.72


Da l 1.
. .


5-14-52
7-17-52
9-30-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-24-53
10-31-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
1-21-54
2-18-54
2-23-54

5-14-52
9-30-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-24-53
10-31-53
12-30-53
1-21-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54

5-31-37
6-25-37

9-30-52
9-24-53
10-31-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
1-11-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-23-54

11- 8-54
12- 8-54
1-14-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55

1-23-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
6-28-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
10-29-54
11- 9-54


29.5
30.0
30.4
30.8
29.8
30.4
32.8
32.4
32.5
32.8
31.6
30.5
30.8

32.96
33.9
34.3
33.23
34.1
36.4
36.2
36.5
35.6
34.4
34.1
34.6
34.4

37.02
37.02

36.02
38.72
38.51
38.60
38.55
38.15
36.05
36.28
35.78
35.30
35.92

36.43
36.62
35.78
35.45
34.48
34.29
34.45

16.09
'5.40
14.63
14.62
14.25
14.25
14.21
14.23
14.28
14.68
14.33


WaLer
S level


I


e


4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 8-54
1-14-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55

7-21-54
8-24-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 8-54
1-14-55
2- 3-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55
8-13-55
9-23-55

7-19-37
4-17-39

9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 8-54
1-14-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55
8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55

8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56
2-28-56
3- 3-56

12-10-54
1-17-55
2- 7-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
10- 5-55
11- 9-55


30.5
30.9
30.9
30.2
30.3
30.6
30.4
30.8
30.6
30.2
28.1
28.0
29.4

33.67
33.71
34.2
33.74
33.98
33.03
33.17
32.68
31.70
31.63
32.87
32.95
33.35

36.62
34.98

35.71
35.45
36.03
34.88
34.65
33.38
33.42
34.90
34.84
35.20
34.64

35.49
35.89
35.41
34.95
34.98
34.38
34.22

14.31
13.90
13.81
12.51
12.55
12.26
12.73
13.12
13.31
13.50
13.24


11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
6-25-56
7-10-56
10- 3-56
12- 1-56
12-30-56







12-23-55
2- 2-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 2-56
11-26-56
12-30-56




3-15-56
4-23-56
5- 4-56
10- 2-56
11-26-56
12-30-56


12-22-55
2- 1-56
2-20-56
3-14-56
5- 2-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-29-56


32.41
32.31
32.37
30.91
30.71
30.69
31.30
31.93
32.46
31.61







34.44
34.51
33.34
33.02
33.39
34.10
34.83
33.91




33.70
33.02
33.34
34.55
35.31
34.38


12.85
12.56
12.64
11.90
11.12
11.50
12.38
13.26
12.60


La Lc


8-13-55 29.2
9-23-55 29.6
11- 9-55 28.9
12-23-55 28.9
2- 2-56 28.8
3-15-56 27.8
5- 4-56 27.6
7-10-56 28.5
10- 3-56 28.4
11-26-56 28.2
12-30-56 27.2






Table 1. Continued


Water
level


number

845-113-1












845-113-3




845-113-10









845-117-10



845-117-12







845-118-1


845-119-1











845-t19-2







!


Date atr
Date level
Do ff il__--~


2-16-37
4- 1-37
4-24-37
5- 7-37
7-14-37
4-13-39
11- 3-51
2- 7-52
4- 5-52
9-30-52
11-24-52
9-24-53

4- 5-52
5-14-52
7-17-52
9-20-52

2- 7-52
4- 5-52
5-14-52
7-17-52
9-30-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-24-53

11- 9-51
12-20-51
5-10-52

10- 1-52
11-24-52
9-23-53
12-29-53
1-12-54
2-17-54
4- i-54

2-11-37
.2-12-37

12-20-51
2- 6-52
4- 3-52
5-10-52
7-17-52
10- 1-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
6- 4-53
9-24-53

7-17-37
7-21-37


25.59
25.74
25.34
25.94
25.74
23.79
27.6
26.8
27.3
26.1
27.0
28.8

27.4
25.7
26.3
26.5

28.02
28.63
27.05
27.48
28.03
28.46
27.53
28.20
30.31

36.89
37.26
35.92

35.99
36.45
38.49
38.64
38.37
37.34
3i.89

41.52
44.57

44.79
44.03
44.07
43.52
44.85
42.04
43.73


42.62 I 4-29-54 42.73


42.90
41.49
46.42

39.87
39.77


5- 3-54
6-15-54
7-20-54

12-20-51
2- 6-52


43.21
42.49
41.66

42.29
41.59


I Du


10-31-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12- 9-54

11-24-52
1-29-53
9-24-53
6-16-54

10-31-53
12-30-53
1-21-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-27-54

1-13-54
7-18-55
7-18-55

6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-29-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-17-55

5- 8-37
7-21-37

10-31-53
11- 5-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-13-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54


K._-


28.7
28.9
28.8
25.6
27.1
27.5
27.1
26.8
.26.8
26.9
25.'
26.8

27.2
26.2
28.8
26.7

30.06
30.27
29.26
27.70
27.77
27.89
27.79
27.84
28.11

38.02
35.20
34.92

35.97
35.67
35.91
36.04
35.84
36.12
35.60

45.47
44.52

46.35
46.31
46.56
46.12
45.97
45.03
44.90


Date


1-14-55
2- 2-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55
8- 5-55
8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56

7-21-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54
1-14-55

11- 9-54
12- 9-54
1-14-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55
8-13-55
9-23-55

7-18-55
7-18-55
9-21-55

3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
11- 8-55

5- 4-54
5- 7-54

8-23-54
9- 1-54
9-24-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 3-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55

1-13-54
5- 3-54


11 II?


Water
level

25.7
26.7
26.8
24.1
23.7
25.9
25.9
25.6
26.5
25.2
25.7
25.6

26.4
26.7
26.1
25.5

27.55
28.00
27.01
26.80
25.79
25.72
27.04
27.14
27.58

35.01
34.96
35.28

35.57
34.02
33.68
35.19
35.04
35.47
34.49

40.7
40.35

40.17
42.17
42.24
42.61
42.85
42.05
41.51
39.67
39.49
42.05
41.71

43.15
42.25


9- 1-54


41.20


__ II


llter
Date 1veIl

2-24-56 24.9
3-15-56 23.6
5- 4-56 24.1
5-14-56 24.7
6-25-56 24.6
7-10-56 25.1-
10- 3-56 24.6
11-27-56 24.8
12-30-56 23.9




5- 6-55 24.53




11- 9-55 26.59
12-23-55 26.33
2- 2-56 26.60
3-15-56 24.97
5- 4-56 24.92
7-10-56 25.56
10- 3-56 26.15
11-27-56 26.53
12-30-56 25.74

2-23-56 34.20
4-23-56 32.63


12-20-55 34.50
2- 2-56 35.06
2-27-56 33.88
3-15-56 33.21
5- 3-56 33.04
7-10-56 33.05
10- 1-56 33.78

5-24-56 35.76


9-23-55 42.05
11-10-55 41.70
12-24-55 40.97
2- 2-56 40.78
3-14-56 38.41
5- 3-56 38.85
7-10-56 38.91
10- 2-56 39.86
11-26-56 41.11


L






Table 1. Continued



Well Water Water Water \ter
number Date level Date level Date level Date Ievel

845-120-3 12-20-51 42.67 4-29-54 42.93 5- 6-55 41.03 3-14-56 39.67
2- 6-52 42.07 6-15-54 42.28 6-10-55 40.58 5- 3-56 38.96
4- 3-52 42.67 7-20-54 42.08 7-11-55 41.31 5-24-56 38.67
10- 1-52 41.69 8-23-54 42.14 8-11-55 41.48 7-10-56 39.08
11-24-52 42.79 9-27-54 42.26 9-23-55 41.46 10- 2-56 39.61
1-29-53 42.05 11- 8-54 42.55 11-10-55 41.08 11-26-56 40.61
4-10-53 42.33 12-14-54 42.58 12-20-55 40.65 12-28-56 40.08
1-13-54 44.37 1-13-55 42.08 2- 2-56 40.57
2-17-54 43.56 3- 3-55 41.72 2-24-56 40.07

846-112-1 1-25-37 23.41 4- 1-37 27.46 6-14-37 25.26
2-16-37 24.86 4-24-37 26.66 1-21-54 24.64

846-112-4 1-25-37 22.04 .4- 1-37 24.29 5-17-37 25.09 7-14-37 24.44
2-16-37 24.64 4-24-37 24.59 6-15-37 24.54 4-13-39 22.75

846-112-5 1-25-37 22.08 8-30-37 25.05 2-18-54 23.24 1-14-55 22.37
2-16-37 24.65 4-13-39 22.88 2-23-54 24.07 3- 3-55 22.54
3-22-37 23.05 2- 7-52 23.73 4- 6-54 23.62 5- 7-55 21.58
3-27-37 23.80 4- 5-52 24.41 4-30-54 24.14 6-11-55 21.59
4- 1-37 24.30 5-14-52 22.81 6-16-54 23.65 7-11-55 22.95
4-24-37 24.70 7-17-52 23.39 7-21-54 23.77 8-13-55 23.15
5- 7-37 25.15 11-24-52 24.26 8-24-54 23.69 9-23-55 23.51
5-19-37 24.98 10-31-53 25.5 9-29-54 24.02 5- 4-56 20.91
6-15-37 24.60 11-30-53 26.1 11- 9-54 23.11 5-14-56 21.26
7-14-37 .24.50 12-30-53 26.0 12- 9-54 23.64

346-112-6 2- 7-52 23.7 10-31-53 25.6 2- 2-55 23.9 2- 2-56 21.8
4- 5-52 24.0 1-21-54 24.7 3- 3-55 23.5 3-15-56 20.8
5-16-52 22.5 4- 6-54 23.7 5- 7-55 21.4 5- 4-56 20.9
9-30-52 23.8 6-16-54 23.6 6-11-55 21.2 5-17-56 20.9
11-24-52 24.1 8-24-54 23.5 7-11-55. 22.2 7-10-56 21.6
1-29-53 23.0 9-29-54 23.5 9-23-55 22.7 10- 3-56 21.3
4-10-53 23.6 11- 9-54 23.2 11- 9-55 21.6 '11-27-56 21.3
9-24-53 25.4 1-14-55 23.6 12-23-55 22.1 12-20-56 20.7

846-116-10 2-18-37 35.10 5-17-37 33.40 6-28-37 32.48
3- 2-37 33.78 5-31-37 34.23

846-116-11 2-18-37 36.19 12-29-53 37.60 11- 8-54 34.91 9-23-55 34.34
3- 2-37 35.74 1-12-54 37.08 12- 9-54 35.15 11- 8-55 33.39
5-17-37 35.84 2-17-54 35.97 1-13-55 34.51 12-23-55 33.64
5-31-37 35.86 4- 5-54 34.87 2- 6-55 34.38 2- 2-56 33.72
6-28-37 35.14 4-29-54 35.27 3- 2-55 34.50 3-15-56 32.07
2- 4-52 35.21 6-15-54 34.87 5- 6-55 33.03. 5- 3-56 31.87
4- 2-52 35.89 7- 6-54 34.63 6-10-55 32.60 7-10-56 32.17
5-10-53 34.39 7-20-54 34.56 7-11-55 34.01 10- 1-56 32.90
11-16-53 37.39 8-23-54 34.85 7-18-55 33.91 11-26-56 33.70
11-30-53 37.52 9-27-54 35.15 8-12-55 33.98 12-29-56 32.88

846-122-1 12-18-51 44.1 5-15-52 48.3 11-30-53 49.5 2-25-54 45.9
2- 4-52 45.8 6- 3-52 49.1 12-29-53 48.6 4- 5-54 48.1
4- 2-52 50.1 10-30-53 47.1 2-17-54 47.2 4-29-54 46.5

846-123-2 12-29-53 43.15 8-23-54 40.66 6-10-55 38.78 1-31-56 38.75
1- 3-54 42.66 9-27-54 40.72 7-11-55 39.77 3-15-56 37.84
2-17-54 41.64 11- 8-54 40.97 8-11-55 39.97 5- 4-56 37.11
4- 5-54 40.87 12- 9-54 41.01 9-21-55 39.74 7- 9-56 36.92
4-29-54 40.88 1-13-55 40.39 10-11-55 39.67 10- 1-56 37.86
6-15-54 40.27 3- 2-55 40.04 11- 8-55 38.99 11-26-56 39.01
7-20-54 40.41 5- 6-55 39.29 12-20-55 38.87 12-28-56 38.30


II I II I -






Table 1. Continued


Wel L
number

847-104-L



847-110-1









847-112-1





847-112-2









847-113-5


4- 4-52
9-29-53
6-28-54

4- 4-52
7-18-52
9-28-53
10-14-53
10-16-53
11- 2-53
12- 1-53
1-23-54
2-18-54

3-10-37
4- 1-37
4-24-37
5- 7-37
5-19-37

10-26-35
1-27-37
2-16-37
3-10-37
4- 1-37
4-24-37
5- 7-37
6-12-37
7-14-37

2- 8-52
4- 5-52
5-16-52
10- 1-52
10-29-52
11- 6-52
9-24-53
9-25-53
9-26-53
9-28-53
9-29-53
9-30-53
9-30-53
10- 1-53
10- 1-53
10- 2-53


Water
level


12.9
14.4
12.2

21.5
20.7
22.7
23.5
23.3
22.7
22.8
21.3
20.8

23.00
23.85
24.60
25.00
24.80

25.1
23.20
24.47
23.12
24.12
24.52
25.12
24.62
24.62

22.65
23.53
21.88
23.06
23.93
23.16
25.5
25.6
25.7
25.8
25.7
25.5
25.4
25.7
25.8
25.8


Date


8-24-54
11- 9-54
1-17-55

3- 2-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7 -21-54
.-24-54
9-28-54
11- 9-54
12-10-54

6-14-37
7-14-37
8-30-37
4-13-39
5-16-52

4-13-39
11- 3-51
12-21-51
2- 7-52
5-16-52
7-17-52
11-24-52
4- 6-54
4-30-54

10- 2-53
10- 3-53
10- 5-53
10- 5-53
10- 6-53
10- 6-53
10- 7-53
10- 7-53
10- 8-53
10- 9-53
10- 9-53
10-10-53
10-10-53
10-11-53
10-14-53
10-15-53


Lcevil


12.3
12.5
12.1

21.1
21.0
21.2
20.9
20.5
20.8
21.2
20.7
20.7

24.52
24.45
24.85
22.72
22.4

22.87
23.6
23.9
23.3
22.2
23.1
23.8
23.5
23.8

25.7
25.9
26.1
26.1
26.1
26.0
25.7
25.6
25.9
26.3
26.4
26.3
26.2
26.1
25.9
25.5


Dat


3- 4-55
7-12-55
2-21-56

1-17-55
3- 4-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
8-12-55
9-23-55
10-10-55
11- 9-55

7-17-52
10- 1-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
9-24-53

6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54
12- 9-54
1-14-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55

10-30-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
1-20-54
2-18-54
2-23-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54
12- 9-54
1-17-55
3- 3-55


ii- -____ 11 __ __ JI ____ __ _


Date


Water
level


11.9
11.2
11.2

21.4
21.1
19.0
18.5
19.3
19.7
19.5
20.1
19.6

23.2
23.5
24.0
23.3
25.9

23.5
23.4
23.3
23.6
23.2
23.5
23.3
23.4
21.01

25.5
25.6
25.5
24.43
21.83
22.77
22.71
23.23
23.39
23.41
23.43
23.77
22.71
23.03
F.48
1.27


" --n-------t----------~-


9.5


5- 7-56



12-22-55
2- 1-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
7- 9-56
10- 3-56




10-31-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
2-18-53


6-11-55
7-11-55
8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
11-27-56



5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55
8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
5-21-56
6-25-56
7-10-56


---,-- '"- a


I


19.7
19.5
18.7
18.0
19.1
18.7




25-0
25.7
26.1
22.8


21.04
22.5
22.2
22.4
21.6
22.2
21.5



20.79
20.97
22.59
22.73
23.18
22.24
21.26
22.00
19 84
20.20
20.1'
20.3/
21.26


'.-tecr
ie',' i






Table 1. Continued


Well 847-113-6

1952

ay June July i Au,. Sept. [Oct. T Nov. _.


-- 23.11
..... I- ..... 1 .. .. ^ .. ._.... 4 4. 23.19
_--_ .. ..I .. -- __ .... .... ..... 23 0
.... ____ .____ ....... .... .. _23.._ 23,19
SI 23.01
2323,3 23,19
- .- -- .. . ......... _23.12
S22.88 7
2272


D=v Jan Mar. Apr. Ma- June u- Au- B ep.- e. n Nv. v ec
1 22.81 23.13 22.69 23,04 23.71 22.01 22.50 23.21 25.03 25.84 25.22
9 22.86 23.06 22.56 22.91 23.66 21.91 22.42 23.27 25.01 25.93 25.15
3 2.46 23.33 22.21 23.06 233.56 21,81 22,30 23.24 25,10 25.95 24.89 25.22
.4 22 4A6 23 5 22,16 23.16 23.26 21.78 22.28 3.23 25.19 24.70 1 25.17
5 2 46f 1 3 S4 ?22.01 23.19 23.01 21.93 22.31 23.39 25.23 26.32 25.11
S 22.26 23.51 22.01 23.11 22.90 22.13 22.26 23.39 25.29 26.37 _
7 22.09 23.71 22.21 i23.46 23.11 22.31 23.31 25.23 26.04
8 22.16 123.71 22.41 23.46 23.31 _22.41 23.36 25.22 26.10
9 23.01 2343 22.01 23.46 23.50 1 22,45 23.46 25.24 26.39 i
10 23.41 !23.41 21.81 23.56 23.61 22.33 23.49 25.34 26.45
11 23.49 i23.43 21.93 23.56 23.41 22.33 23.56 25.33 26.33 | _
12 23.36 23.51 22.16 23.76 23.29 22.35 23.60 25.26 26.21 i1
13 23.26 23.51 22.21 23.81 23.19 22.41 23.62 25.23 25.97 1
14 23.22 23.13 22.21 23.66 23.11 22.49 23.62 25.19 25.71 25.80
15 23.06 23.41 22.36 23.71 22.95 22.51. 23.66 25.18 25.63 25.51
16 22.96 23.38 22.11 23.83 22.91 22.51 23.66 25.51 25.50
17 23.01 23.36 21.81 23. 71 22.99 22.61 23 70 2 41 7 1 2S 29
- 23.10 23.11 1.59 23.81 22-R1 22 ___ 23.79 25.51 24.89 24.74
19 23.11 22.86 21.51 23.91 22.71 22.59 23.91 24.92 25.50
20 -23.21- 22.91 21.41 23.76 22.61 22.56 24.00 24.89 25.92
21 23.34" 23.11 21.61 23.76 22.41 22.56 24.04 24.92 i
2 23.28 23.21 22.51 23.73 22.51 22.51 24.15 24.92 1
23 23.21 23.11 22.91 23.66 22.66 22.46 24.27 25.12 _
24 23.49 123.28 23.20 23.56 22.69 22.43 24.36 ___
25 23.41. 23.30. 23.21 23.61 22.51 22.34 24.40 __
2h7" 23_,. 3.16 __23.16 23.79 22.36 22.43 24.46
S2 3. 22.91 23.213,23.761122.23 22.4.9 22 4.3,53 ____ __
2j 23.01 22.71 36 23.81 22.01 22.49 24.68 .- -I


22.91


29a3R 23 81


I71 RA8


227 -1


71 1 ; 2& R2


30 223______ 9~- 3721.91 22.46 23.14 24.96
S121.96 ______ 23.17 125.04





Table 1. Continued


Well 847-113-6.--Continued


P TT T. F reb. r. Apr. Hay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. .
1 2391 23.50 23.09 23.94 23.53 23.69 23.51 22.87j
2 -23.89 2,, 3.57 23.01 23.94 23.49 23.78 23.0 23.16
3 "23.68 23.51 23.01 23.91 23.43 23.81 23.31 23.20
4 23.52 23.41 23.01 23.87 23.40 23.78 23.31 2307 .
S 23.43 23.45 23.09 23 23.42 23.66 23.38 23.05
S23.02 23.31 23.16 23.90 23.47 23.53 23.37 23.39
7t 22.93 23.02 23.16 23.20 23.93 23.53 23.41 23.21 23.50
."6 2 3.36 23.31 22.86 ___ 23.24 23.93 23.51 23.69 22.99 .23".-39 j
9 3.51 23.45 22.53 23.31 23.97 23.53 24.06 22.83 23.26"-
T10 t 227 23.52 22.60 23.39 23.38 24.24 22.89 23.10
11 23.63 22,80 23.45 23.21 24.34 23.01 23.02
T1L t 23.53 22.78 23.51 23.26 2428 23.22 23.11
13 23.49 22.81 __ 23.56 23.28 24.20 23.33i 23.27!
i4 iL 23.58 22.70 23.56 23.39 24.34 23.64 23.54
1 23. 3 23.56 23.51 24. 48 23.92 23.54 i
16 __ 23.52 2323.57 2348 24.07 24.01 _23.24 i
7 2346 2342344 351 23.38 23.90 23.86 23.21 L
i. __ ____ 23.43 23.47 1 2351 23.41 23.79 23.81J .23,5 .
1 22.25 23.40 23.61 23.51 23.56 23.68 23.83 .23.,7
20 22.71 23.21 23.71 -23.49 23-57 2 3. 291L 23.56
tL 24.33 23.49 23.26 23.69 23.44 23.50 23.61 23.81 23,22J
22 24.6 23.34 23.32 23.61 23.44 23.43 23.49 23.69 23.26
2 24.29 .309 23.36 23.6 23.47 23.54 423.38I 23.86 _j23.11
Z 2_ 23- 2. 3.33 251 23.58 23.50 23.89 -23.~30
Z5 21 4L L 2363_ 23.52 _. 23.51 23.53 23.46 23.64 23.51 23.74 23.28
Z 244 l L 123.53 __ 231,_ 23-57 23.46 23.78 23.40 23.47 23.26
2-4,Q.0.6 i 23.65 3 2A5 23.-64 23.40 23.84 23.28 23.2 2..42._10
27 2. ~ I 23.66 23.41 23. 23 23 23. 23.86 23.29 23.57 23.41
_29 23,71 t 23.48 __ 23.31 23.87 23.51 23.89 23.34 2333 23.42
30 i 2.0 2319 23.85 2.1 23.69 1 .59 1 22.99I 3.1_
14 23-93 -1 1 -1 23--7 1_23--- 1 1 23^ 61



1955

1 a Feb. Mar. Apr. May June JulY- Aug. Sept.- Oct.--ov neC..
_L 22-79 .33 2. ___ JJL.56. 2___ 22.31 22.63 22.68 23.01 22.0o7 21.43
_2,72 22.79 230 2200 __Zq32
2 2.85 l2.i 2.L ___ 21.38_ _21,286 L 22.32 22.72 22.79 23.00 22.00 .J.- ;-
tZ l 22.16 21,65 21.30 21.89 235 2.227 2.87 23.10 21.85 21.6
2 L 21.97 21.5 21.27 21.72- 22.37 22.76 22.91 23.19 21.73 -21.72I
S22.58 22.12 21.52 21.24 21.74 22.35 22.75 22.91 23.18 21.74 21.80
S22.61 22.42 2.3 __ 2 1. 6 5 22.37 22.75 22.92 23.05 21.89 22.07
22.47 227 21.51 21.07 2150 22.38 22.81 22.95 22.78 21.82 22.27
8a 22.49 22.79 21.34 21.03 21.28 22.41 22.89 22.96 22.56 21.79 22.30
_L2244 22 21.3Q ,10 22,50 22,87 23.02 22.61 21.91 j 22.29
1L 22.39 231 21.28 20.69 20.91 22.57 22.8 23.10 22.80 22.78 22.01
11 22.32 ,23,14 21,24_ 21.00 :21.11 122,60 22.85 23.15 22.98 22.84 21.85
12 22.26 22.81 21.25 22 .. 21,16 21.35, 22.55 22.73 23,15 23.08 22.85 22.19 I
3 22.2 22.61 21,30 22.20 21.19 21.45 22.48 22.70 23.09 23.34 22.81 22.30
S 220 22,6 21.12 22.30 21.39 21.54 22.49 22.68 23.07 23.42 22.77 "22.3
1t 2 I 22.63 21.06 22.37 21,49 21.51 22.51 22.70 23,11 23.21 22.81 122.33
t 2Z.04 22 .20.95 22.54 21.35 21.60 22.58 22.76 231 23,09 22.73 22.10
LZ^ 2-6 2- 2 70 0o ?7. 22. 21-49 21.71 I 2 .59 22.73 23.22 23.26_ 22.55 21.90
22.99 22.80 20.81 22,46 21.63 21.76 22.55 22.61 23.35 23.32 22.51 21.86
23.t10 --2.82 20.79 22.43 21.71 21.82 22.50 22.54 23.35 23.03 22.56 21.56
S 22.67 22.81 20.86 22.46 21.76 21.80 22.43 22.51 23.23 22.71 22. Z .
lJ_ 22.50 22.64 20.93 22.35 21.86 21.86 22.36 22.56 23.07 22.61 22.25 21.64
2. 22.91 22.59 20.8 !22.29 21.91 21.86 22.21 22.54 23.08 22.67 22.08 21.68
L. 23, 224u9 20.4 22.26 1.72 21.82 22.22 22.53 23.15 22.58 21.83 121.50
2.. 23.29 22.39 21.15 22.27 21.80 21.89 1 22.23 22.51 23.14 22.61 21.86 21.51
25 23.18 22.37 21.40 22.11 21.85 22.00 22.29 22.49 23.11 22.40 21.93 21.72
L 23 22.32 22.08 21.81 2208 T 22.51 2.07 22. 21.9
_2_ 23.14 *22.36 __ 22.03 21.85 22.09 22.37 22.56 22.98 22.13 22.42 21:93
L 23.13 22.21 21.74 22.00 22.13 i 22.41 22.62 23.00 22.00 22.51 21.98
S23.02 ____ 21.65 L22.08- 22.20 22.50 22.61 23.18 22.25 21.97 21.96
- 2. 21.55 21 22.26 22.55 22.58 23.19 22.42 21.47 21.81
52185 22. 22.60 1 22.34 21






Table 1. Continued


Well 847-113-6.--Continued


1956

Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. De
1 21.39 22.13 21.02 19.98 20.61 20.52 20.93 20.89 21.58 23.18 22.01
2 21.37 22.28 21.10 20.00 20.58 20.55 20.96 20.93 21.59 23.20
3 21.19 22.33 21.03 19.81 20.59 20.45 21.11 20.98 21.61 23.03
4 21.54 22.41 21.08 19.64 20.58 20.44 21.11 21.02 22.06 23.01
5 21.31 22.41 21.08 19.58 20.53 20.49 21.20 21.07 22.15 23.21
6 21.27 22.38 20.95 19.63 20.61 20.57 21.21 21.14 22.28 23.22
7 21.45 22.32 20.78 19.71 20.80 20.64 21.26 21.11 22.35 22.93
8 21.54 22.28 20.67 19.88 20.88 20.71 21.29 21.05 22.31
9 21.50 22.20 20.46 19.91 20.90 20.55 21.31 20.94 21.82 21.67
10 21.11 22.42 20.60 20.41 20.98 20.48 21.32 20.93 21.92 21.51
11 21.15 22.21 20.72 20.49 21.00 20.43 21.34 20.94 21.97 21.55
12 21.19 20.82 20.44 21.01 20.25 21.32 20.98 22.07 21.33
13 2101_ 2049 20.51 21.06 20.13 21.31 21.01 22.17 21.41
14 20.98 20.33 20.58 21.09 20.09 21.1 21.21 22.39 21.46
15 20 99 0.29 20.65 20.99 20.08 21.38 21.28 22.82 21.37
16 21.09 2051 20.69 20.90 20.17 21.41 21.31 23.21 21.41
17 21.01 20.52 20.40 20,67 20.24 21.41 21.33 23.24 21.41
18 20.88 20.34 20.37 20.53 20.26 21.39 21.26 23.29 21.34
19 20.97 20.40 20.21 20.54 20.22 21.29 21.29 23.31__ 21.07
20 21.00 20.33 20.11 20.62 20.28 21.28 2131 23.3121.15
21 20.99 20.22 19.96 20.55 20.43 21.25 21.35 23.60__ 21.31
22 21.28 20.07 20.07 20.39 20.50 21.25 21.40 23.63 21.39
23 21.73 20.04 20.07 20.17 20.50 21.23 21,42 23.67 21.35
24 2 ____ 19.91 19.927 20.11 20.51 21.20 1. 2.45 2_4 21.67
25- 21.95 19.95 20.27 2001 20.51 21.21 21.41 23.28 21.71
26 __2 2. 19.95 20.39 2 20.7 53 21.16 21.39 23.45 21.71
27 _220 21.40 19.86 20.45 20.30 20.64 20.94 21.40 23.48
28 -22.08 21.29 19.71 2054 20.39 2079 20.91 21.43 21.81 23.48 21.61
29 22.15 21.25 19.64 20.59 20.51 20.82 21.04 21.56 21.87 23,48 21.72
30 _2Z7_ 19.93 20.61 20.54 20.88 21.07 21.58 22.12 23.45 21.97
11 21.98 20.00 20.522 20.89 2160 23.30 21 22






Table 1. Continued
F--

Well Water Water Water Water
number Date level Date clvel Date level Date levIel

847-113-17 4- 5-52 24.04 9-24-53 15.94. 1-17-55 22.91 5- 4-56 N.F.
5-16-52 N.F. 1-21-54 24.65 5- 7-55 N.F.
10- 1-52 23.48 6-16-54 23.63 6-11-55 N.F.
1-29-53 23.23 9-28-54 23.97 7-12-55 22.82

847-113-21 12-12-51 23.4 1-24-54 24.72 11- 9-54 23.40 11- 9-55 22,65
2- 7-52 23.5 2-18-54 23.16 12- 9-54 23.87 12-23-55 22.83
11-24-52 24.18 2-23-54 23.93 1-14-55 22.41 2- 2-56 22.57
1-29-53 23.47 4- 6-54 23.50 3- 3-55 22.51 3-14-56 N.F.
4-10-53 24.11 4-30-54 24.05 5- 7-55 N.F. 5- 4-56 N.F.
9-24-53 26.11 6-16-54 23.81 6-11-55 N.F. 7-10-56 N.F.
11- 2-53 25.71 7-21-54 23.89 7-12-55 22.97 10- 3-56 N.F.
11-30-53 26.05 8-24-54 23.86 8-13-55 23.17 11-27-56 N.F.
12-30-53 26.23 9-29-54 24.15 9-23-55 23.59

847-113-22 12-21-51 24.45 4- 5-52 24.33 7-17-52 23.46 5-16-56 21.26
2- 7-52 23.68 5-16-52 22.66 10- 1-52 23.79

847-116-1 12-20-51 31.59 10-31-53 33.03 9-27-54 31.12 11-10-55 29.88
2- 6-52 30.85 11-30-53 33.06 11- 8-54 30.53 12-22-55 28.24
4- 3-52 31.50 12-29-53 33.32 12- 9-54 30.80 2- 2-56 29.76
5-10-52 29.78 1-20-54 32.07 1-13-55 30.11 3-14-56 27.97
7-17-52 30.28 2-17-54 30.75 3- 3-55 29.52 5- 3-56 27.42
10- 1-52 30.78 4- 5-54 30.26 5- 6-55 28.38 5-29-56 27.60
11-24-52 31.28 4-29-54 30.94 6-10-55 28.43 7-10-56 27.70
1-29-53 30.50 6-15-54 30.60 7-11-55 30.06 10- 2-56 29.03
4-10-53 30.84 7-20-54 30.41 8-12-55 30.22 11-26-56 29.48
9-24-53 33.19 8-23-54 30.61 9-24-55 30.46 12-28-56 28.41

847-116-2 12-20-51 28.80 4-10-53 28.15 7-20-54 27.92 8-12-55 27.30
2- 4-52 28.16 6- 4-53 26.69 8-23-54 27.94 9-23-55 27.60
2- 6-52 28.06 9-23-53 30.32 9-27.54 28.24 11- 8-55 27.57
4- 2-52 28.91 10-31-53 30.18 11- 8-54 27.85 12-23-55 26.42
4- 3-52 28.77 11-30-53 30.33 12- 9-54 28.17 2- 2-56 26.64
5-10-52 27.23 12-29-53 30.45 1-13-55 27.44 3-14-56 25.13
5-15-52 27.12 1-12-54 29.99 2- 7-55 27.43 5- 3-56 24.97
7-17-52 27.47 2-17-54 28.05 3- 2-55 26.94 7-10-56 25.51
10- 1-52 28.09 4- 5-54 27.75 5- 6-55 26.07 10- 1-56 26.32
11-24-52 28.52 4-29-54 28.35 6-10-55 25.73 11-26-56 26.82
1-29-53 27.67 6-15-54 27.91 7-11-55 27.08 12-29-56 25.91

847-116-8 5-15-52 23.34 6-25-54 24.36 11- 8-54 24.31 12-22-55 23.02
9-24-53 26.66 7- 6-54 24.11 12- 9-54 24.65 2- 2-56 23.10
10-31-53 26.64 7-20-54 24.37 1-13-55 23.89 2-23-56 22.51
11-30-53 26.68 8-11-54 24.79 3- 3-55 8.09 P 3-14-56 21.66
12-29-53 26.72 8-20-54 24.39 5- 6-55 22.55 5- 3-56 21.36
1-20-54 25.64 9- 1-54 24.46 6-10-55 9.22 P 7-10-56 21.94
2-17-54 24.26 9-15-54 9.79 P 7-11-55 23.51 10- 2-56 22.84
4- 5-54 24.17 9-15-54 24.19 8-11-55 23.78 11-26-56 23.42
4-29-54 24.62 9-22-54 24.32 9-24-55 23.98 12-28-56 22.55
6-15-54 24.25 9-27-54 24.69 11- 8-55 23.14

847-116-9 11-11-52 24.72 6-15-54 24.15 9-27-54 24.57 11- 8-55 23.03
11-24-52 24.70 6-25-54 25.25 11- 8-54 24.21 12-22-55 22.92
9-24-53 26.54 7- 6-54 24.02 12- 9-54 24.55 2- 2-56 23.02
10-31-53 26.53 7-20-54 24.27 1-13-55 23.78 2-23-56 22.39
11-30-53 26.58 8-11-54 24.68 3- 3-55 22.26 P .3-14-56 21.53
12-29-53 26.63 8-20-54 24.28 5- 6-55 22.44 5- 3-56 21.30
1-20-54 25.56 9- 1-54 24.35 6-10-55 21.30 P 7-10-56 21.82
2-17-54 24.20 9-15-54 23.46 P 7-11-55 23.41 10- 2-56 22.74
4- 5-54 24.16 9-15-54 24.15 8-11-55 23.68 11-26-56 23.30
4-29-54 24.52 9-22-54 24.22 9-24-55 23.86 12-28-56 22.45






Table 1. Continued


Water
Date level I Dati-


We11
number

847-117-1


847-118-2










847-122-2








847-123-2






848-112-2


848-113-1











848-113-5









848-114-1


848-114-2


1-20-37
4-12-37

12-20-51
2- 6-52
4- 3-52
5-10-52
7-17-52
10- 1-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-24-53

1-13-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54

4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54

4- 1-37
4-24-37

2- 7-52
2- 8-52
4- 5-52
5-16-52
7-17-52
10- 1-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
6- 3-53
9-24-53

5-16-52
10- 1-52
1-29-53
11-17-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
1-21-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54

4- 5-37
5- 7-37

2-15-37
3-10-37
3-27-37


34.99
36.47

39.96
39.31
40.07
38.59
38.73
39.14
40.03
39.30
39.52
42.28

42.27
41.22
40.52
40.65
40.12
40.24
40.47
40.49

45.70
44.15
45.16
46.53
45.15
46.71

21.87
23.17

23.28
23.14
23.99
22.31
23.10
23.41
23.82
23.14
23.86
22.06
25.8

21.8
23.3
23.1
25.5
25.6
26.0
24.6
22.7
23.3

24.78
25.20

24.79
22.94
23.69


5-18-37
6-28-37

10-31-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
2-17-54
4- 5-54
5- 1-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54

12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55
9-21-55

12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55

5- 7-37
6-14-37

10-31-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
1-21-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-29-54

4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54
12- 9-54
1-14-55
2- 7-55

5-19-37
6-14-37

4- 1-37
4-24-37
5- 7-37


1. :


37.12
36.47

42.21
42.08
42.13
40.47
39.68
39.95
39.14
39.07
39.57
39.95

40.69
40.10
39.74
39.00
38.46
39.18
39.42
39.38

46.21
45.25
45.20
44.72
43.37
44.06

22.87
22.07

25.5
25.9
26.1
24.58
22.75
23.19
23.80
23.59
23.65
23.65
23.92

23.8
23.8
23.6
23.4
23.7
23.2
23.6
23.1
23.6

24.20
24.45

24.19
24.44
25.34


level

7-20-37 36.24
1-19-54 36.03

11- 8-54 39.75
12- 9-54 39.89
1-13-55 39.23
3- 3-55 38.55
5- 6-55 37.83
6-10-55 37.23
7-11-55 38.77
8-11-55 38.22
9-23-55 38.88
11-10-55 38.44

10-14-55 39.56
11- 8-55 38.69
12-20-55 38.65
1-31-56 38.56
2-23-56 38.19
2-27-56 38.12
3- 6-56 37.91
3-15-56 37.61

8-11-55 45.42
9-21-55 44.91
10-11-55 44.15
11- 8-55 43.31
12-20-55 42.95
1-31-56 42.83

7-16-37 21.87
4-13-39 20.37

11- 9-54 23.24
12- 9-54 23.69
1-14-55 22.24
3- 3-55 22.05
5- 7-55 21.36
6-11-55 21.33
7-12-55 22.77
8-13-55 22.92
9-23-55 23.38
11- 9-55 22.42
12-23-55 21.95

3- 3-55 22.8
5- 7-55 21.1
6-11-55 20.9
7-12-55 22.5
8-13-55 22.3
9-23-55 22.7
11- 9-55 21.9
12-23-55 21.7
2- 2-56 22.3

7-16-37 24.40
4-13-39 N.F.

5-19-37 25.69
6-14-37 24.69
7-16-37 24.74


Dale

11-21-55


12-22-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 3-56
7-10-56
10- 2-56
11-26-56
12-28-56



5- 4-56
7- 9-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56




2-27-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56




2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
5-22-56
7-10-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-30-56




3-14-56
5- 4-56
5-18-56
6-25-56
7-10-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-30-56





8-30-37
4-13-39


33.45


38.06
37.90
36.35
36.25
36.24
36.93
37.64
36.85



36.98
36.89
37.68
38.78
38.13




42.46
42.00
40.67
41.46
43.51
42.23




22.41
20.39
20.70
20.36
21.46
22.08
22.12
21.48




20.6
20.8
20.7
21.3
21.7
20.7
20.9
20.6





24.94
23.04






Table I. Continued



Si. Water *. Water :':ter
number Date eve level Date l vl U lat level Date I.-el

848-114-4 11-24-52 23.9 8-24-54 23.3 3- 3-55 23.2 2- 2-56 22.23
1-29-53 23.2 9-29-54 23.8 6-11-55 21.25 3-14-56 18.99
4-10-53 23.9 11- 9-54 23.6 7-12-55 22.63 5-23-56 19.90
9-28-53 26.1 1-14-55 23.5 11-10-55 22.76 11-27-56 21.77
12- 1-53 25.8 2- 7-55 23.7 12-23-55 21.52

848-115-1 10-16-51 24.3 2-18-54 23.23 1-13-55 22.77 2- 2-56 22.09
11- 3-51 24.2 4- 5-54 23.06 3- 3-55 22.22 3-15-56 20.49
12-21-51 24.3 4-29-54 24.1 5- 6-55 21.49 5- 4-56 20.38
2- 4-52 23.42 6-15-54 23.28 6-10-55 21.11 6-18-56 20.28
7-17-52 22.96 7-20-54 23.30 7-12-55 22.47 10- 3-56 21.86
9-28-53 25.8 8-23-54 23.30 8-13-55 22.58 11-27-56 22.18
10-31-53 26.4 9-27-54 23.45 9-23-55 23.02
12- 1-53 25.6 11- 8-54 23.31 11-10-55 22.69
12-30-53 25.8 12- 9-54 23.64 12-22-55 21.96

848-116-1 4- 7-37 25.03 5-24-37 24.81 6-19-37 24.36
4-20-37 24.36 6- 7-37 24.51 4-11-39 N.F.

848-116-2 3- 4-37 21.26 5-15-52 21.05 2-17-34 22.4 7-11-55 21.67
3-27-37 21.46 6- 3-52 22.1 4- 5-54 22.5 8-11-55 21.81
3-31-37 22.21 7-17-52 22.5 4-29-54 22.4 9-21-55 21.3
5-11-37 22.71 9-24-52 22.0 6-15-54 22.8 11- 8-55 20.75
5-29-37 21.96 9-29-52 22.4 7-20-54 22.2 11-15-55 21.72
6-19-37 21.41 11-26-52 22.8 8-23-54 22.3 12-20-55 20.82
7-20-37 21.96 1-29-53 22.1 9-27-54 22.9 1-31-56 20.77
8-30-37 22.96 4-10-53 22.3 11- 8-54 21.8 3-15-56 19.62
4-11-39 20.27 9-23-53 24.7 12- 9-54 22.9 5- 4-56 19.11
11- 2-51 23.3 10-30-53 24.9 1-13-55 21.9 7-10-56 20.30
12-18-51 22.5 11-30-53 24.9 3- 2-55 22.2 10- 1-56 20.98
2- 4-52 22.3 12-29-53 25.0 5- 6-55 20.38 11-26-56 20.85
4- 2-52 23.3 1-18-54 23.7 6-10-55 19.92 12-28-56 20.45

848-116-3 3- 3-37 20.71 11-30-53 23.7 12- 9-54 21.9 11-15-55 20.7
3-27-37 20.66 12-29-53 24.1 1-13-55 20.9 12-20-55 20.1
5-11-37 21.46 1-18-54 23.2 2- 4-55 21.9 1-31 56 20.4
7-20-37 20.91 2-17-54 21.9 3- 2-55 21.6 3-15-56 19.3
4-11-39 19.91 4- 5-54 21.5 5- 6-55 19.4 5- 4-56 18.7
12-18-51 21.7 6-15-54 21.7 6-10-55 19.3 7-10-56 20.0
2- 4-52 21.4 7-20-54 21.6 7-11-55 20.8 10- 1-56 19.9
4- 2-52 22.2 8-23-54 21.5 8-11-55 20.6 11-26-56 19.8
9-25-52 21.2 9-27-54 22.0 9-21-55 20.9 12-28-56 19.1
10-30-53 24.2 11- 8-54 21.1 11- 8-55 20.0

848-116-12 7- 6-54 23.92 11- 8-54 24.11 8-11-55 23.43 5-23-56 20.94
7-20-54 24.06 1-13-55 23.67 9-24-55 23.69 7-10-56 21.69
8-11-54 24.47 3- 3-55 22.93 11- 8-55 22.84 10- 2-56 22.64
8-20-54 24.07 5- 6-55 22.39 12-22-55 22.72 11-26-56 23.19
9- 1-54 24.14 6-10-55 22.02 2- 2-56 22.81 12-28-56 22.29
9-15-54 24.09 7-11-55 23.33 2-23-56 22.25
9-22-54 24.12 7-19-55 23.20 3-14-56 21.42
9-27-54 24.47 7-20-55 23.06 5- 3-56 21.16

848-116-13 9- 1-54 24.4 9-22-54 24.3 6-18-56 21.2
9-15-54 24.0 9-27-54 24.6

848-117-1 3- 8-37 22.11 5-24-37 23.01 4-11-39 N.F.
3-31-37 23.51 1-20-37 22.78 12- 2-55 N.F.

84-117-3 2-17-37 22.48 7-20-37 22.08 1-19-54 24.36
4-20-37 21.63 4-11-39 20.68 12- 2-55 21.19






Table 1. Continued


Well
number

848-117-4


848-117-7


848-117-8


848-117-9


848-118-1


848-119-1


848-119-2




848-119-3


848-119-4


3-31-37
4-20-37

3- 4-37
5-19-37

3- 4-37
4-12-J7
6-28-37
7-20-37
4-11-39
10- 2-51
4- 3-52
5-10-52
9-25-52
11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-30-53

1-20-37
4-12-37

11- 2-51
12-18-51
2- 4-52
4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52
7-17-52
9-25-52
11-26-52
1-29-53

2-22-37
3-12-37

1-16-37
1-28-37
2-22-37
3-12-37

1-28-37
3-12-37

5-26-33
2-11-37
3-12-37
3-27-37
5-11-37
5-22-37
6- 7-37
7-20-37
8-30-37
4-12-39
11- 2-51
12-18-51
2- 4-52
2- 6-52


Date


I vv. I
vote, I


Water
1Dat,' level


ater
Date 7E \


Water
level


23.23
22.83

34.62
36.47

35.48
36.10
36.03
35.83
33.97
36.4
35.22
33.65
34.09
34.77
34.06
34.61
37.5

34.18
35.94

27.59
30.8
29.7
30.56
26.74
29.63
29.36
28.43
27.12
30.57

35.41
32.66

34.53
34.62
35.10
32.20

34.48
31.18

30.2
34.36
31.06
34.16
34.16
34.16
33.96
34.31
34.91
31.99
33.34
34.19
33.92
33.71


5-22-37
6- 7-37

6-28-37
7-20-37

10-31-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-18-54
1-19-54
1-20-54
2-17-54
2-22-54
2-23-54
3- 2-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54

5- 6-37
6-28-37

9-23-53
10-30-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-18-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54

5-11-37
6- 7-37

3-27-37
5-11-37
5-22-37
6- 7-37

3-27-37
5-11-37

4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52
7-17-52
9-25-52
9-30-52
11-26-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-23-53
10-30-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-18-54


22.98
23.08

35.52
35.13

36.9
37.1
37.0
35.83
35.65
35.66
34.26
34.55
34.50
34.64
34.31
34.58
34.31

36.64
35.94

30.76
32.9
32.8
33.7
29.95
27.86
27.75
28.48
29.28
29.90

34.86
34.61

34.45
34.70
34.70
34.30

34.18
34.18

34.60
30.95
33.49
33.66
33.06
32.44
32.45
33.46
34.18
35.94
37.04
36.14
36.54
35.34


7-20-37
1-19-54

4-11-39
4-17-52

7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 3-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55
9-23-55
11- 8-55

4-11-39
11-21-55

8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55

6-19-37
7-20-37

6-19-37
7-20-37
1-18-54
2-23-54

6- 7-37
6-19-37

2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55


I ~ ~ ~ ~ r


--I


23.03
25.54

33.47
34.2

34.62
34.78
35.10
34.36
34.77
33.56
32.86
32.37
32.34
33.76
33.95
33.94
32.74

33.88
33.20

30.34
31.11
27.88
30.87
27.43
27.26
26.60
27.66
29.89
28.73

34.36
34.88

34.05
34.70
35.93
33.96

34.03
33.85

32.01
33.26
32.22
33.24
33.52
33.51
34.14
32.49
34.19
31.42
30.12
29.82
29.97
33.04


12- 2-55


1-18-54
11-21-55

11-21-55
12-22-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 3-56
6-25-56
7-10-56
10- 2-56
11-26-56
12-28-56







9-21-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55
1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56

4-19-39


11-15-55




1-18-54
11-15-55

8-11-55
9-21-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55
1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56


22.34


35.73
32.98

33.43
32.90
33.34
31.36
31.79
31.77
32.26
32.64
33.01
32.23







26.71
25.99
26.86
28.72
26.15
26.44
27.49
27.42
26.36
26.98

32.53


33.77




35.5
33.29

32.83
31.19
30.07
31.27
32.24
29.42
29.93
31.26
30.87
30.35
30.95


I II





Table 1. Continued


well


848-120-1









841-t24-2









849-117-1














849-1a8-i



849-118-2


849-118-3







849-118-5


Water
level


Date

2-17-37
3-12-37
3-27-37
4-12-37
5-11-37
5-22-37
6- 7-37
6-19-37
7-20-37

t -26-52
9-23-53
10-15-53
11-30-53
1-13-54
1-25-54
2- 1-54
2-23-54
4- 5-54

2-18-37
3-27-37
4-20-37
5-11-37
5-22-37
6- 9-37
6-19-37
7-20-37
8-30-37
11- 2-51
12-18-51
2- 4-52
4-12-52
5-15-52

2-18-37
3-27-37
4-20-37

5-11-37
5-24-37

5-11-37
5-24-37

1-14-37
1-28-37
3- 4-37
3-12-37

1-14-37
1-28-37
2-11-37
3- 4-37
3-12-37
6-19-37
4-12-39
12-19-51
2- 4-52
4- 2-52
9-25-52


Date


36.25
34.10
35.45
35.60
35.80
35.70)
35.57
35.25
35.45

18.90
20.35
20.69
19.88
19.56
19.40
19.24
18.92
18.42

21.00
21.40
21.65
22.15
22.15
22.00
21.80
21.90
22.15
22.0
21.9
21.4
22.1
20.2

23.02
23.75
22.00

24.75
25.20

23.52
23.72

21.83
25.93
22.53
21.38

22.95
26.21
26.00
23.93
22.58
26.03
24.88
26.2
25.2
26.2
25.2


Water Water
level Date leII l


8-30-37
4-12-39
12-18-51
2- 4-52
4- 2-52
5-15-52
9-25-52
9-30-52
11-26-52

6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
4- 4-55

6- 3-52
7-17-52
9-25-52
9-29-52
11-26-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-23-53
10-30-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-18-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54

5-11-37
5-28-37
6- 9-37

6- 9-37
6-19-37

6- 9-37
6-19-37

3-27-37
5- 7-37
5-22-37
6-19-37

9-23-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-18-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54


36.05
32.99
34.46
34.81
35.51
32.95
34.41
34.11
33.89

18.26
18.22
18.27
18.46
18.28
18.56
18.23
18.08
18.01

20.9
21.4
20.9
21.2
21.9
21.2
21.6
23.6
23.9
23.7
23.8
22.8
21.5
21.2

24.00
24.40
24.45

25.35
24.20

23.82
22.87

26.08
26.58
26.08
25.48

28.0
27.7
28.3
26.0
23.6
23.6
24.7
25.6
25.9
25.8
25.9


1-29-53
9-23-53
12-29-55
1-1854
6-15-54
11- 8-54
5- 6-55
6-10-55



7-11-55
8-11-55
9-21-55
10-25-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55
1-31-56

4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
2- 4-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55

6-19-37
7-20-37
8-30-37

7-20-37
4-11-39

7-20-37
4-11-39

7-20-37
4-12-39
1-18-54
11- 7-55

11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
2- 4-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
7-26-55
8-11-55
9-21-55


Water


34.01
37.1

36.32
34.30
34.06
32.01
31.23
33.96

17.59
16.61
17.98
18.08
18.08
18.04
17.76
17.75
17.73

21.8
21.7
21.6 -
20.7
21.6
21.0
21.6
20.6
21.8
21.2
19.4
19.3
20.3
20.2

23.65
24.85
24.85

25.35
23.27

23.97
21.93

26.18
23.58
24.82
19.88

24.2
25.9
23.5
25.6
22.4
22.5
22.3
24.7
23.4
23.6
21.8


11i 8-55
11*15*55
12-23-55
2-14-56
5- 4-56
10- 1-56




2-27-56
3-15-56
4-18-56
5- 5-56
7- 9-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56


9-21-55
11- 8-55
12- 1-55
12-20-55
1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
6-25-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56


32.15
34,23
32.91
33.41
31 34
32.55




17.46
16.85
16.72
16.71
16.95
17.35
18.02
17.68


20.2
19.7
19.3
19.6
19.9
18.5
18.4
18.9
19.8
19.5
19.6
18.8


4-11-39 23.00


11-11-55




11- 8-55
11-11-55
12-20-55
1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56


23.82




21.79
23.9
22.62
23.13
20.94
21.64
22.63
23.3
23.05
22.84







Table 1i Continued


849-119-2




849-119-3















S849-120-2













849-121-1


849-121-3


Water
. level


1-16-37
1-28-37
2-11-37
2-17-37

3- 4-37
5- 7-37
6-19-37
7-20-37

3- 4-37
3-12-37
3-31-37
6-19-37
7-20-37
8-30-37
4-12-39
11- 2-51
12-19-51
2- 4-52
2- 6-52
4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52

2- 2-37
3-12-37
6-19-37
7-20-37
4-12-39
12-19-51
2- 4-52
4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52
9-25-52
11-26-52

3-12-37
3-22-37

12-19-51
2- 4-52
4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52
7-17-52
9-25-52
11-26-52
1-29-53
9-23-53
10-30-53


27.84
31.45
30.94
31.07

30.16
33.11
30.81
32,91

25,59
24.09
27.84
26.59
27.34
27.59
24.09
25.1
26.6
26.0
26.0
26.8
24.0
26.0

27.52
25.56
27.11
28.18
25.81
27.43
27.28
27.78
25.26
27.08
26.86
26.43

27.05
27.05

30.2
29.5
30.9
27.0
29.9
29.6
30.0
30.1
29.2
31.83
32.8


number


Water
level


Dat


3- 4-37
3-12-37
3-27-37
5- 7-37

11- 2-51
12-19-51
2- 4-52
2- 6-52

7-17-52
9-25-52
11-26-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-23-53
10-30-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-18-54
2-17-54
2-22-54
2-23-54
3- 2-54

1-29-52
4-10-53
9-23-53
10-30-53
11-30-53
12-29-53
1-13-54
1-18-54
2-17-34
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54

4- 1-37
5-22-37

11-30-53
12-29-53
1-13-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54


27.97
26.22
30.72
31.72

31.0
32.6
31. 7
31.8

25.5
26.0
25.7
25.9
26.7
28.2
28.6
28.5
28.7
26.8
24.7
26.8
26.3
26.7

26.76
27.66
29.43
29.67
29.23
29.53
28.02
27.83
25.68
25.73
25.83
26.39

31.30
29.05

32.5
32.8
30.79
28.45
29.86
29.27
28.71
30.12
29.56
30.52
28.19


Date


4-12-39 28.37
1-18-54 27.16
11-11-55 25.36


9-25-52 31.2
11-26-52 31.4


1


5-22-37
6-19-37
7-20-37
8-30-37

4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52
7-17-52

4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
2- 4-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55

7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
2- 4-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55

6-19-37
9-20-37

12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55
9-21-55
11- 4-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55


30.72
30.17
31.72
32,22

32,5
28.9
31,6
30,9

25.5
25.3
26.0
26.4
25.7
26.6
25.1
26.7
23.9
26.1
24.6
23.0
23.0
25.0

26.59
26.17
27.44
26.08
27.65
24.87
25.44
N.F.
N.F.
N.F.
26.09
25.96

28.40
29.47

30.47
28.42
27.39
25.79
25.09
29.44
28.92
28.86
26.00
26.37
28.50


1-31-56
2-14-56
2-23-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
5-29-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56


24.8
24.2
22.4
23.5
25.5
22.4
23.2
24.7
23.9
23.0
22.5




25.45
N.F.
25.01
25.24
N.F.
N.F.
N.F.
N.F.
N.F.


28.34
28.85
26.36
25.41
26.63
27.08
27.63
27.53
27.78
26.84


__~_ II I L II L___


8-11-55
9-21-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55
2-14-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56




9-21-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55
1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56


4-12-39 27.59






Table Z. Chloride Analyses of Water from Wells in Seminole County

(Analyses in parts per million)




;. i Chloride Chloride Chloride :.i,
nmmber Date content Date content Date content Date c.l.u ,

840-103-2 9-29-53 1,350 11- 9-54 1,350 12-22-55 1,360 5- 7-56 1,350
12- 1-53 1,360 1-17-55 1,325 1-20-56 1,365
6-1,-54 1,350 7-12-55 1,365 4- 9-56 1,375

840-108-1 1-19-37 88 8-24-54 85 7-12-55 86 1-13-56 86
11-25-52 87 9-28-54 86 8-12-55 82 1-15-56 89
9-29-53 87 11- 9-54 84 9-23-55 83 1-16-56 88
11- 2-53 84 12-10-54 83 11- 9-55 83 1-23-56 83
12- 1-53 82 1-17-55 84 12-24-55 82 2- 1-56 85
12-30-53 81 2- 3-55 82 1- 8-56 80 3-14-56 80
1-23-54 86 3- 4-55 84 1- 9-56 82 4-27-56 82
2-18-54 75 5- 7-55 84 1-10-56 83 7- 9-56 685
7-13-54 87 6-11-55 85 1-11-56 85

841-110-1 May 1933 950 1-23-54 920 1-17-55 965 3-14-56 950
1-26-37 906 2-18-54 950 3- 4-55 972 4-13-56 965
4-15-39 924 4- 6-54 980 5- 7-55 960 5- 3-56 990
4- 4-52 960 4-30-54 930 6-11-55 945 7- 9-56 990
1-27-53 970 6-16-54 950 7-12-55 980 1U- 3-56 980
4-11-53 940 7-21-54 950 8-12-55 975 11-27-56 985
9-29-53 950 8-24-54 945 9-23-55 980 12-29-56 965
11- 2-53 960 9-28-54 935 11- 9-55 950
12- 1-53 960 11- 9-54 958 12-24-55 980
12-30-53 960 12-10-54 960 2- 2-56 940

841-110-9 6-16-54 740 1-17-55 790 9-23-55 860 6-23-56 860
7-21-54 755 3- 4-55 820 11- 9-55 820 7- 9-56 850
8-24-54 775 5- 7-55 830 12-24-55 835 10- 3-56 880
9-28-54 770 6-11-55 840 2- 2-56 880 11-27-56 880
It- 9-54 765 7-12-55 845 3-14-56 860 12-29-56 860
12-10-54 815 8-12-55 850 5- 4-56 880

841-110-12 6-16-54 1,100 1-17-55 1,110 9-23-55 1,105 6-23-56 1,060
7-21-54 1,110 3- 4-55 1,112 11- 9-55 1,090 7- 9-56 1,075
8-24-54 1,105 5- 7-55 1,115 12-24-55 1,110 10- 3-56 1,000
9-28-54 1,090 6-11-55 1,100 2- 2-56 1,100 11-27-56 1,040
11- 9-54 1,085 7-12-55 1,100 3-14-56 1,095 12-29-56 1,045
12-10-54 1,075 8-12-55 1,100 5- 4-56 950

841-111-1 1-26-37 158 4- 6-54 150 2- 5-55 148 2- 2-56 150
11-25-52 150 4-30-54 150 3- 4-55 148 3-14-56 145
1-27-53 150 6-16-54 148 5- 7-55 152 5- 4-56 154
9-29-53 155 7-21-54 140 6-11-55 155 7- 9-56 150
11- 2-53 142 8-24-54 150 7-12-55 152 10- 3-56 145
12- 1-53 155 9-28-54 155 8-12-55 150 11-27-56 155
12-30-53 152 11- 9-54 152 9-23-55 150 12-29-56 150
1-23-54 150 12-10-54 145 11- 9-55 148
2-18-54 142 1-17-55 146 12-24-55 150

842-110-2 4-30-54 1,100 12-10-54 1,152 7-29-55 1,230 4-11-56 1,160
6-16-54 1,170 1-17-55 1,150 8-12-55 1,240 5- 3-56 1,180
7-21-54 1,1oO 2- 5-55 1,165 9-23-55 1,185 7- 9-56 1,150
7-25-54 1,175 3- 4-55 1,155 11- 9-55 1,220 10- 3-56 1,165
8-24-54 1,155 5- 7-55 1,180 12-24-55 1,195 11-27-56 1,185
9-28-54 1,152 6-11-55 1,195 2- 2-56 1,110 12-29-56 1,160
I1- 9-54 1,140 7-12-55 1,245 3-14-56 1,195






Table 2. Continued



Well Chloride Chloride Chloride -i.oriic
number Date content Date content Date content Date crntent

842-112-1 3- 1-37 236 12-30-53 250 11- 9-54 255 11- 9-55 255
4-15-39 264 1-23-54 247 12-10-54 245 12-24-55 255
S4 4-52 240 2-18-54 247 1-17-55 250 2- 2-56 255
10- 2-52 255 4- 6-54 245 3- 4-55 255 3-14-56 250
11-25-52 250 4-30-54 245 5- 7-55 250 5- 4-56 260
1-27-53 240 6-16-54 245 6-11-55 255 7- 9-56 250
9-29-53 250 7-21-54 245 7-12-55 260 10- 3-56 255
11- 2-53 253 8-24-54 245 8-12-55 265 11-27-56 255
12- 1-53 262 9-28-54 252 9-23-55 270 12-29-56 255

843-103-4 1-17-55 5,420 7-12-55 5,425 2- 1-56 5,400 10- 3-56 5,400
2- 2-55 5,420 8-12-55 5,200 3-14-56 5,430 11-27-56 5,350
3- 4-55 5,435 9-23-55 5,400 5- 4-56 5,400 12-29-56 5,500
5- 7-55 5,500 11- 9-55 5,400 6-25-56 5,420
6-11-55 5,330 12-22-55 5,480 7- 9-56 5,350

843-110-1 4- 4-52 1,525 4-11-53 1,520 11- 2-53 1,650
10- 2-52 1,535 1-27-53 1,530 12- 1-53 1,600
11-25-52 1,530 9-29-53 1,580 4- 6-54 1,560

844-114-1 2-16-37 522 4- 6-54 675 3- 3-55 710 5- 4-56 670
4- 5-52 665 4-30-54 655 5- 7-55 705 7-10-56 525
9-30-52 655 6-16-54 680 7-11-55 710 10- 3-56 685
11-24-52 645 7-21-54 680 8-13-55 685 11-27-56 550
1-29-53 645 8-24-54 695 9-23-55 710 12-30-56 690
10-31-53 640 9-28-54 675 11- 9-55 650
11-30-53 650 11- 9-54 690 12-23-55 695
12-30-53 635 12- 9-54 665 2- 2-56 675
2-18-54 685 1-14-55 695 3-15-56 690

844-116-1 10-17-35 685 4-30-54 593 5- 7-55 600 5- 4-56 600
1-18-37 646 6-16-54 580 6-10-55 590 6-25-56 585
11-24-52 575 7-21-54 560 7-11-55 580 7-10-56 550
1-29-53 560 8-24-54 580 8-13-55 585 10- 3-56 565
9-24-53 560 9-27-54 570 9-23-55 580 12- 1-56 580
10-31-53 560 11- 8-54 560 11- 9-55 585 12-30-56 585
12-30-53 570 1-14-55 580 12-23-53 570
2-18-54 570 2- 3-55 575 2- 2-56 580
4- 6-54 595 3- 3-55 580 3-15-56 580

845-113-1 11-24-52 1,210 8-24-54 1,255 7-11-55 1,300 5- 4-56 1,300
10-31-53 1,035 9-29-54 1,255 8- 5-55 1,280 6-25-56 1,285
11-30-53 1,150 11- 9-54 1,230 8-13-55 1,290 7-10-56 1,260
12-30-53 1,110 12- 9-54 1,250 9-23-55 1,285 10- 3-56 1,285
2-18-54 1,170 1-14-55 1,225 11- 9-55 1,260 11-27-56 1,300
4- 6-54 1,170 2- 2-55 1,250 12-23-55 1,280 12-30-56 1,285
4-30-54 1,220 3- 3-55 1,275 2- 2-56 1,275
6-16-54 1,230 5- 7-55 1,275 2-24-56 1,270,
7-21-54 1,240 6-11-55 1,240 3-15-56 1,230

845-113-10 9-30-52 1,050 5- 7-55 1,070 11- 9-55 1,080 7-10-56 1,050
11- 9-54 1,040 6-11-55 1,070 12-23-55 1,080 10- 3-56 1,060
12- 9-54 1,070 7-12-55 1,065 2- 2-56 1,060 11-27-56 1,060
1-14-55 1,050 8-13-55 1,050 3-15-56 1,080 12-30-56 1,060
3- 3-55 1,080 9-23-55 1,050 5- 4-56 1,075

845-116-10 5- 4-35 62 6- 6-36 70 9- 4-36 65
4- 6-36 64 7- 4-36 70 10- 4-36 65
5- 4-36 70 8- 3-36 75 4- 3-52 61

845-116-11 5- 4-35 55 5- 4-36 70 8- 3-36 70 10- 4-36 65
4- 6-36 64 6- 6-36 65 9- 4-36 65 4- 3-52 51

845-117-6 5- 4-35 46 6- 6-36 55 10- 4-36 50 5-25-56 52
4- 6-36 48 8- 3-36 50 3-18-42 58
5- 4-36 50 9- 4-36 50 5-24-56 52

845-117-7 5- 4-35 49 5- 4-36 55 8- 3-36 60 10- 4-36 55
4- 6-36 56 6- 6-36 55 9- 4-36 55 4- 3- 45






Table 2. Continued

I- I


w.LL
number

* 845-117-8



846-112-5




846-116-10



847-112-1



847-112-2






847-113-21




848-113-1





848-113-5








848-114-4





848-116-2










1 848-117-8


Chloride
Date content

5- 4-35 50
4- 6-36 54
5- 4-36 50

2-23-54 960
7-21-54 965
8-24-54 962
9-29-54 972

5- 4-35 52
4- 6-36 66
5- 4-36 60

3-10-37 546
4-13-39 604
10- 1-52 640

4-13-39 996
4- 5-52 1,060
9-30-52 1,095
11-24-52 1,080
10-31-53 1,080
4- 6-54 1,010

4- 6-54 540
4-30-54 525
6-16-54 530
7-21-54 520

12-13-54 590
1-14-55 595
3- 3-55 585
5- 7-55 585
6-11-55 590

1-29-53 550
11-30-53 555
12-30-53 580
2-18-54 560
4- 6-54 560
4-30-54 570
6-16-54 565
7-21-54 560

11-24-52 570
1-29-53 590
4-11-53 570
9-28-53 570
12- 1-53 580

9-29-35 658
3- 4-37 572
4-11-39 628
4- 2-52 500
9-24-52 510
1-29-53 500
4-10-53 500
9-23-53 500
10-30-53 495
11-30-53 505

1-12-37 604
3- 4-37 512
4-11-39 592
4- 3-52 630
5-10-52 700
,P-25-52 645
11-24-52 640


Date

6- 6-36
8- 3-36
9- 4-36

11- 9-54
12- 9-54
1-14-55
3- 3-55

6- 6-36
8- 3-36
9- 4-36

11-24-52
1-29-53
9-24-53

4-30-54
6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54

8-24-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54
12- 9-54

7-12-55
8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55

8-24-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54
12- 9-54
1-14-55
2- 7-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55

8-24-54
9-29-54
11- 9-54
1-14-55
2- 7-55

12-29-53
1-18-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54

11-30-53
12-29-53
1-18-54
2-17-54
2-22-54
2-23-54
3- 2-54


Chloride
content

55
55
50

990
992
980
975

65
60
65

615
600
620

1,080
1,065
1,085
1,090
1,085
1,080

525
530
530
525

600
590
585
580
535

570
575
565
567
560
560
570
570

575
582
578
575
582

500
505
500
520
510
500
510
510
490
490

715
725
685
750
720
740
740


Date

10- 4-36
4- 3-52
5- 8-56

5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55
8-13-55

10- 4-36
4- 3-52
5-30-56

10-31-53
11-30-53
12-30-53

12- 9-54
1-14-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55

1-14-55
3- 3-55
7-12-55
8-13-55

2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 4-56
5-22-56
7-10-56

6-11-55
7-12-55
8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56

3- 3-55
6-11-55
7-12-55
11-10-55
12-23-55

12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55
9-21-55
11- 8-55
12-20-55

9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 9-54
1-13-55
3- 3-55
5- 6-5:
6-10-5.


Chloride
content

55
46
50

985
960
940
925

55
61
76

590
610
620

1,072
1,095
1,090
1,105
1,100
1,100

520
550
540
530

580
580
570
580
600

560
570
570
580
570
550
570
560

590
580
585
580
580

490
495
505
510
500
505
505
510
510
490

625
712
730
720
720
i 710
5 695


Date

5-10-56



5- 4-56
5-14-56







2-17-54.



8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56


9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56

10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-30-56



5- 4-56
6-25-56
7-10-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-30-56



2- 2-56
3-14-56
5-23-56
11-27-56


1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56




12-22-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 3-56 J
6-25-56 I
7-10-56
10- 2-56


________________,-----------..--------11-----1----------H------:----1


585



1,075
1,110
1,100
1,085
1,100


540
540
535
630

570
600
580



570
580
570
590
565
565



570
600
590
600


495
495
495
485
490
510
500




760
665
735
690
635
680
640
i


47



1,000
990






Table 2. Continued



l Chloride Chloride Chloride
number Date content Date content Date content Date T

848-117-9 1-29-53 690 4- 5-54 705 7-11-55 640 11-26-56 675
4-10-53 700 4-29-54 720 8-11-55 745 12-29-56 730
9-24-53 680 6-15-54 720 9-23-55 730
9-30-53 660 7-20-54 715 11- 8-55 740
10-31-53 605 8-23-54 705 11-21-55 760

849-117-1 2-29-35 1,290 12-29-53 1,040 12- 9-54 1,055 12- 1-55 1,110
2-18-37 1,028 1-18-54 1,070 1-13-55 1,170 12-20-55 1,090
4- 2-52 1,045 2-17-54 1,040 2- 4-55 1,065 1-31-56 1,090
9-25-52 1,135 4- 5-54 1,080 3- 2-55 1,090 3-15-56 1,070
11-26-52 1,085 4-29-54 1,050 5- 6-55 1,180 5- 4-56 1,115
1-29-53 1,050 6-15-54 1,065 6-10-55 1,095 6-25-56 1,205
4-10-53 1,060 7-20-54 1,035 7-11-55 1,085 7-10-56 1,125
9-23-53 1,030 8-23-54 1,052 8-11-55 1,070 10- 1-56 1,070
10-30-53 1,060 9-27-54 1,030 9-21-55 1,110 11-26-56 1,070
11-30-53 1,025 11- 8-54 1,030 11- 8-55 1,125 12-28-56 1,070

849-118-3 12-28-33 374 11- 2-34 365 4-11-39 320
10-12-34 345 11-23-34 380

849-118-4 12-28-33 274 11- 2-34 270 1-14-37 218
10- 2-34 255 11-13-34 270 11- 7-55 165

849-118-5 12-28-33 112 11- 2-34 150 1-14-37 104 2- 4-55 49
10-12-34 100 11-24-34 150 4-12-39 152 7-26-55 52

849-119-3 3- 4-37 45 2-22-54 140 12- 9-54 77 12-20-55 210
4-12-39 248 2-23-54 90 1-13-55 245 2-14-56 64
4- 2-52 79 3- 2-54 74 2- 4-55 67 3-15-56 145
1-29-53 61 4- 5-54 76 3- 2-55 113 5- 4-56 75
9-23-53 59 4-29-54 153 5- 6-55 180 7-10-56 65
10-30-53 b5 6-15-54 290 6-10-55 222 10- 1-56 60
11-30-53 65 7-20-54 73 7-11-55 74 11-26-56 210
12-29-53 54 8-23-54 72 8-11-55 60 12-28-56 200
1-18-54 205 9-27-54 74 9-21-55 63
2-17-54 200 11- 8-54 153 11- 8-55 200


II I II











Well $of 8as oaLt for explanatlon of vwellRunboring sylam.,
Depth of wiet; Reported unla* nosedi a, miauro4o
HNsiurt"pl potnt descirtpl a Tb, sop of bushln(; Toe, cop of
concrete bair; Tao, top of couplinlI TCp, top of cover plati|
Tor, ;op of crosil Tdp, top of di.charre plpei TsI lop of
albowl L, lind surface Tn, top of nipplei Tpb, top of
pump bais; Tr, top of roducnri Tt, top of soia TV, (op of
evlv


Use; D, doeoasic; Dr, drlnig;i In, tnduetrili Ir,
trrtlsilani 0, obsirvatloni P, public supply| S,
e:ocki U, unused,
Relmark C, chemical lanlyltsl ; electric oI avalllable;
WL, additional water level eaiureainct in table 1; CL,
additional chloride measurements in tabl* 2, Numbers
preceded byW' ar Florida aGoloSical Survey wall numbers,


Ca4ing MHadurLng point W4Car lovel YlVld Chloritdu culivrnL





.4 ?. 0 L .g- a s
r^ U 9 d 0 0 ^


836-104-1 C. S. Lee C. T. McCulley 1953 121 75 2 To 1.5 27.45 4.35 11' 4-53 16 815 12-21-54 75 s C
m 2.63 12-21-.5 12 815 2- 3-55
2.16 2- 3-55 855 4- 9-56
1.15 1-13-56

836-107-1 J. F. Storey J. McCulley 1915? 150 2 10 2- 2-54 0 C
8 3- 1-54

836-112-1 V. Fergiuon 0. M. Aria 60 34 Tea -1.5 51.24 -7,28 7-12-54 9 3- 6-56 D
m -10,07 3- 6-56 8
-10.80 6- 1-56

836-113-1 F. N. Pearson Wood 1953 128 4 -* 9 7-12-54 D C
8 2- 7-55 S

836-116-1 M. T. CollicutC G. M. Arei 1948 195 8 9 3- 6-56 74 Ir

836-117-1 8. Rood T. Hicks 1935 147 65 3 Tea -7.0 77 -19.2 10-23-33 9 2- 5-52 D C

837-101-1 C. S. Lee C. T. McCulley 1949 110 70 2 Tv 2,0 19.69 5.1 2-28-52 24 900 2-28-52 74 S C
6.3 11- 4-53 930 4- 9-56
3.26 1-11-56

837-101-2 do. 3 Tc 1.0 22 2.7 4-29-52 15 1,370 4-29-52 76 8
1.7 1-20-56

837-101-3 do. G. M. Arie 1951 221 169 3 Te .0 18.39 3.93 4-29-52 25 1,645 4-29-52 77 Ir
m 1.98 1-20-56 1,675 4- 9-56 8


Tible JI. Roerdi of Wells in Sreminule County








Table 3. Continued _________ _________________
Casing Measuring point Water level Yield Chloride consent


^IV -
0 j 4 w V9
aS a
4 u 0% u 1 .
'Eu A2 61.- ^ 4 h



5' 0; 1 00 -
0 w 4j a 0 16
5' 4. 5 **W ee >. J Eu ln q) 5' n

5' 2 u~ 5~a
s~~ ~~~ "j 5 4. 2) 1- Ku o ot uofl- a^ S. SJti
U 51 '.4 4.5 5l we a
u. -4 A'" Ai si 4. .tii U 00 ew u ai 3
J. 4. 4. 4. 0 51 I 5 0. a
a __6 ___ _____Q_______ > a_ g a ma in < '-o a__ c ..a.... a ____ g jj


837-102-1



837-102-2

837-102-3



837-103-1




837-103-2


837-104-1


837-106-1


837-107-1

837-109-1


837-111-1

837-112-1

837-113-1


837-114-1


C. S. Lee


do.


Henderson


M. Jacobs


J. Bailey

0. Simmons


P, Eldridge

M. Smithson

F. Wheeler


J. Williams


C. T.





C. T.


McCulley





McCulley


do,




do.





C. T. McCulley




C. T. McCulley


do.


G. H.


A, J.


Ario


McCulley


1.5 19.32





1.5 27.97


41.80




29.19

















37.7
36,17

48.02


-13.34
-11.69
-11.68
-11.55

-1.5
-1.5

-8.70














4.66
3.04

.6
.0
1.15
.67
.80


4-29-52
3- 1-54
1-19-56



12-21-54



4- 9-56
4- 9-56
5- 2-56
6-23-56

5- 2-55


7-12-54














12- 4-52
6- 4-56

2- 3-37
3-25-37
5- 8-37
6-29-37
7-28-37


0 4-29-52
5 4- 9-56


0 4-29-52

5 12-21-54
5 2- 3-55
5 4- 9-56

2 4- 9-56




) 6- 1-56


S 7-12-54


I 7-13-54


) 7-12-54

S7-12-54


7- 7-54

7- 7-54

12- 4-52


3- 1-54


74 ,U

75 S


73 S


74 D
S

D


- D

-D
S

- S

D

73 Ir


D


C, WL


C



C
W-4023



C
W-4019



















C


I I .-A I


'




-L'i 1I, niclnu.*d

I rli.( MHaii ,rln d pjin. Wjir lvil s y .rrj Chii.rnJr cv ,i.r








837-114-2 C. 9, Conts, Jr, G. M, Arlo 110 6 Tca 1.0 44,3 0,19 12- 4-52 25 18 12- 4I52 73 Ir
S.2,98 6- 8,56


837-11-1 R. E Parker do 1949 132 60 2 9 2- 2-54 C

437-115-2 R. 0, Woods C. T. McCulley 1943 131 2 Tca 1,5 70.38 -18.33 9- 854 10 9- 8-34 753
m -23.06 4-24-56
637-116-1 J. F. Syme Merldich Bros. 1952 106 42 2 12 9- 7-54 D

837-116-2 Ceneral HcBride IF. F French 1954 80 68 2 D

837-117-1 C, R. Holliday 1951 123 ..-. 12 9- 7-54 D

837-117-2 G. Horsadomky 149 3 12 9- 7-54 D

837-117-3 C. A. Green 1953 127 2 Te 2,2 81.20 -16.23 9- 8-54 11 9- 8-54 75 D


837-118-1 K. E. Strong R. Rollings 1951 30 27 1, 12 9- 8-54 D

037-119-1 L. M. Chubb C. T. McCulley 1954 104 85 2 9 9- 8-54 D

037-119-2 F. Fairveather G. H. Arle 1941 135 2 9 9- 8-54 D C

838-1031 C. S. Lee do. 1935 110 80 2 To 1.5 23,60 5.17 4-29-52 3 990 4-29-52 75 8 C
6.0 3- 1-54
3.55 1-13-56
838-106-1 W. Love do. 1950 112 100 2 7 3- 1-54 D C

838-106-2 N. W. Jacobs do. 1946 137 80 2 12 7-12-54 D.S C

838-107-1 N, Chaplan 19207 248 8 Tea -2.0 56.82 -18.29 10-19-51 15 4- 4-52 P C, WL


038-107-2 L. Gore C. T. McCulley 1954 130 90 2 8 7-12-54 D

838-107-3 H. A. Long do. 1954 117 85 3 8 12-21-54 D








Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level YLIed Chloride consent

3 k






-21.30 1- 956 S
ST 33.3 .3 2 1 3
a a U a 0a % > r 0 a a


S3.5 6-12-6
a aw U a06 -a -A w
A 0 I = .U.5 d Ao
a^ a. n tQ a
__________________ a a -'a. e a a S -

838-107-4 R. W. laser C. T. McCulley 1955 110 84 2 Tco 1.5 59.6 -22.57 4-56 12 11-28-56 D W-3521
a -22.44 1- 4-56

838-108-1 W. Pytlowany 1945? 90 2 Tad 1.0 56.29 -19.98 7-13-54 9 -9 7-13-54 -
-21.30 1- 9-56 S

838-111- Lake Charm Fruit 110 110 2 Tr -4.5 72.60 -16.44 7- 7-54 7 7- 7-54 75 Ir
Co. -17.76 6- 4-56 D

838-112-1 J. M. Staley G. M. Aria 1935 4 Tdp .0 36.1 6.5 12- 3-52 120 55 12- 3-52 74 Ir

838-112-2 do. do. 4 Tv 1.3 36.8 5.3 12- 3-52 175 43 12-3-52 74 r
.5 35.99 2.10 6- 4-56

838-112-3 C. R. Clontar 1935 -0 4 Tv .0 33.31 8.3 12- 4-52 150 31 12- 4-52 74 Ir
3.51 6-12-56

838-112-4 P. H. Jackson A. J McCulley 19252 107 80 2 Tea .0 50.7 -8.78 7- 7-54 8 7- 7-54 74 Ir
a ?

838-113-1 G,. Moon & Sons .. r -150 84 4 Tdp 1.0 35.59 4.7 9-24-51 90 26 4-2239 73 Ir
39 9-24-51

838-113-2 M, Stanko A. J. McCulley 1927 190 110 3 Tco .0 42.18 1.66 10-19-56 13 3- 5-56 D


838-113-3 B, F. Wheeler C. M. Aria 1952 211 117 6 Tv 1.0 34.69 6.1 1-27-53 350 20 1-27-53 74 Ir C, E,
m 7.8 11- 5-53 W-3195
4.02 6- 4-56 WL
3.05 6-23-56 120
4.92 12- 4-56 170

838-113-4 L. A. Hardy do. 525 500 6 Tv 1.0 33.96 8.6 12- 3-52 380 65 12- 3-52 76 Ir Wi
5.00 6- 4-56

838-113-5 B. F. Wheolir 4 Tv 1.5 33.91 8.1 12- 3-52 175 43 12- 3-52 74 Ir

838-113-6 A. Dud & onS s o 4 Tv 1.5 31.90 10.0 12- 4-52 2501 45 12- 4-52 75 Ir
7.1 6-12-56


.. .I





Table 3, U(o$lnu0rd
Cdalng Hi aurinl polnt Waler level YVild Chlorlde contl~i








Sy a21 9 g24- 1
r20 4- 4-2
838-113-7 W, Whalkr H. Ae 2 Tvo 0.0 32.47 9.9 12- 4-52 940 12- 4-52 74 Ir
6,8 6.12-56

838-114-1 A. Jiaobson Hevid 1933 132 85 4 Tv 1.0 37.56 5.7 9 24 -5 250 12 1 19-37 76 Ir WL
16 4-22-39
21 9-24-51
20 4. 4-52

838-114-2 A. Duda & Sons 1926 150 80 2 Tdp 1.0 49.281 .1 10.19.51 8 1-19-37 U WL

838-114-3 do. 0. Mi Ari 1935 160 3 1 4 2 32 12- 5-52 ID

838-114-4 P. Tainki s 1929 150 2 Tv -1.0 42.19 2.90 2- 5-52 25 35 2- 5-52 75 Ir W
37 4- 4-52 0

838-114-5 Lake Chler Fruit H. Arte 12 3 Tv .0 39.15 5.16 12- 4-52 40 11 12- 4-52 73 Ir
Co. 1.55 8-56

838-114-6 AM BD tes do. 1947 123 70 4 Tv 2.0 38.86 8.3 12- 8-52 270 12 12- 8-52 75 Ir
4.85 6- 8-56

838-114-7 J. Hicklr ub 3 Tv 1.0 45.07 1.65 12- 8-32 25 12 12- 8-52 75 Ir

838-114-8 A. Duda & Sone 4 Tv .0 41.03 5.48 12- 8-52 180 4 12- 8-52 75 Ir
2.35 6- 7-56 10 8- 2-55
11 8- 2-55


838-114-9 J. Hickler, Jr. 0. ,M. Aria 1952 3 Tv 2.0 38.82 8.1 12- 8-52 80 12 12- 8-52 76 Ir
4.77 f- 7-56

838-114-10 A. Duda & Sons 4 Tv 2.0 33.75 12.3 12- 8-52 300 12 12- 8-52 75 Ir
9.7 6- 8-56 S

838-114-11 J. Jekubcin 4 Tv 1.0 34.75 7.5 12- 8-52 300 12 12- 8-52 73 Ir
4.93 6- 7-56

838-114-12 M. L.Gary 210 4 Tt .5 34.5 6.21 12- 8-52 110 26 12- 8-52 74 Ir
5.28 6- 8-56


.







Table 3. Continued

Casing Measuring point Water level Yield Chloride content



S4 Tv 3.0 4. 4. 0 1 -
0 1 1.40 6- 7-6
c b 64 0 us uua-.0 1,4 a O a 11




'.61 2- 5-55 23 76.





838-115-3 1. D, Hull A.J. McCulley 1928 124 69 3 Tv 1.0 49.0 1.28 9- 7-54 13 9 9- 7-54 74 Ir
STdp 1,0 4915 -1.33 3-20-56 -
838-1s 13 10 2 a 1.5 5 4 -62 9- 7-54 4 7 7






m 4 9.01 2-22 56
11 5 a g -' o a a a 5U
838-114-13 A. Dud & Sons 1- 1- 6 Tdp -0.5 633.4 10.6 12- 8-52 600 12 12- 8-52 73 I
6.27 6-8-56

838-115-1 J. B. Mickler a. M. Aria 4 Tv 3.0 42.5 4.59 12- 8-52 250 12 12- 8-52 75 Ir
1.40 6- 7-56

838-115-2 do. McCulley F- U -8 3 Tda 1.0 46.7 1-.40 12- -52 12 12- 8-52 76 Ir
.61 2- 5-55 23 76

838-115-3 W. D. Hull A. J. Culley 1928 124 69 3 Tv 1.0 49.0 1.28 9- 7-54 13 9 9- 7-54 74 I
T Tdp 1.0 49.15 -1.33 3-20-56

838-115-4 Prasek C. T. MaCulley 1953 160 2 Tea 1.5 57.74 -6.52 9-7-541 11 9- 7-54 74 U E
i -9.01 2-22-56

838-116-1 Woodrum D. Woods 1952 117 20 2 Tea .5 69.89 -12.26 3-54 13 9- 3-54 -
S1 -12.60 3-21-56 S
838-116-2 W. Weeks Central Florida 1953 141 89 3 Tea 1.0 60.36 -7.41 9-30-54 10 9-30-54 7- r C
Well Drillers -11.60 3-21-56 D, S

838-118-1 W. L. William s, Jr. M Arie 1950 126 80 2 8 9--54 D

838-119-1 C. H. Galloway do. 1944 260 66 8 Tea 1.5 65.5 -8.16 10-25-51 17 9-30-52 Ir WL
Tdp .5 64.9
838-119-2 A. E. Laird 1948 27 24 1lk 10 9-8-54 D

838-120-1 M. Estes Libby & Freeman 1947 180 62 5 82.30 7 10-29-54 D W-1459

838-121-1 S. Gibb E. Gibb 1945? 17 30 1I Tea 1,0 -10.62 11-18-53 7 11-18-53 76 D


638-121-2 R. E, Stamper 1948 180 2 7 11-18-53 D

838-121-3 Williams H. K. Bellamy 1951 212 110 4 Top .5 -34.52 11-20-53 8 11-20-53 D
-7 -33.88 1-11-54

838-121-4 R. E. McCanna A, Thompson 1953 227 85 4 7 11-23-53 D C





Table 3, Cun;nuad_
C4uain HeiSd'urtn point Water lovol Ylvid Chlorldg CiUnInL


S- h I



SR hiI- ii ii j
838-122-1 Dr, P. Phillips & 1920 36 8 Tdp 1.0 -21.74 12- 7.53 -
Co. I
838-122-2 Winter Park Land farm & Home 1952 361 137 6 Tdp .4 93,86 -37,07 11-24,54 11 11-24-54 Ir W-2579
Co, Hachinery D W1010
838-122-3 do. 89 2 Tea .2 90,55 -23.54 11-24.54 .* -
m
838-123-1 Cox & Nydeggor Libby & Freeman 1946 290 119 4 94.03 10 12-15-54 D C
10 2- 3-55
838-125-1 W, H, Parkison W. E. Cornell 1947 142 96 3 9 2-15-52 D C
838-126-1 R. E. McConnell A. Thompson 1951 122 78 2 11 2-15-52 D C
839-102-1 C, S. Lee C. T. McCulley 1949 118 70 2 Te 2,0 15.0 5.06 4-29-52 10 1,165 4-29-52 73 8 C
m 4.03 2- 2-55 2 1,165 2- 2-55
1.08 4- 6-56
839-104-1 Acorn River Cattle G. H. Are 1951 1201 110 4 Tdp .0 20.5 2.04 4-29-52 15 420 4-29-52 73 8 C
Co. 7 .08 2- 2-55 2 430 2- 2-55
.48 1-23-56
839-104-2 do. 71 3 Tea .0 14.2 5 + 4-30-52 40 820 4-30-52 73 S
m 2.9 1-20-56
839-105-1 do. Meridith Bros. 1952 90 78 2 Tea 1.0 38,6 -13.95 4-30-52 15 4- 9-52 5 W-2648
839-107-1 R. W. rates 4 Tdp .5 20.56 5.26 1-14-53 155 1-14-53 72 Ir
2.06 4-16-56 180 4-16-56
839-109-1 G. A. Bacon 120 3 L .0 .0 5-17-33 250 5-17-33 D C
188 2-13-52
839-110-1 q. S. Lee G. M. Arie 1935 165 85 2 Tn 37.31 4.35 1-19-37 20 282 1-19-37 74 U
5.25 4- 9-37 270 2-29-52
4.09 6-29-37
4.20 7-28-37
839-111-1 B. F. Wheeler do. 1952 385 190 8 Tdp .5 50.87 -21.36 4-29-52 60 4-30-52 Ir E, W-2649






Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level Yield Chloride content


839-112-2 .A. on C.T. cCuey 192 130 100 2 8 12-31-53 D C
'1 .4 B


Tn 3 .30 7.08 9-37 22 9-2 -5














839-113-4 A. Duda & Sons G. M. Arie 1936 285 75 5 Tn 200 26 1-19-37 75 0 r
2.5 5- 8-37
839-113-53 4 T wa -0 46 1 2 6 1 2 74

839-112-1 J.. Stly Arone 4 Tv 0.0 34.6 5.87 12- 84-52 120 40 12- 84-52 74 Ir
32.94 4.73 6-12-56
839-11-2 W. Boston C. Culley 1942 130 100 4 T -1.0 2 8 12-31-53 C

839-113-1 J. Wilson G. M. Aria 200 100 2 Tv 3.0 32.91 5.1 9-24-51 20 104 9-24-51 75 Zr C, WS

839-113-2 0. erton A. J. cCulley 3 Tn 34.35 7.5 1-19-37 12 4-22-39 Zr W

839-113-3 do. do. 19297 3 Tv 1.5 34.83 8.2 92--521 110 18 1-19-37 74 Ir
Tn I 134.30 7.08 1-19-37 22 9-24-51

839-113-4 A. Duda & Lone M. Arie 1936 285 .6 5.7 12- 120 26 1-1-523 76 Ir
30.84 11.00 3-20-37 80 9-24-51
12.5 5- 8-37
24.30 6-12-56

839-113-1 J.Wilson 5 12 Te -1.0 4.96 12-10-52 106 12-10-52 74

839-11-1 A Dud & Bone A 4 Tv 1.0 33.79 8.5 12- 8-52 200 18 12- -52 75 Ir
5.70 6-11-56
839-114-2 do, 0. M. Arie 1946 130 4 Tdp -1.0 3.70 5.84 12- 8-52 200 30 12- 8-52 74 Ir
2.82 6-12-56

839-114-3 do. do? 1938? 4 Teb 1.0 35.53 6.8 12-10-52 300 26 12-10-52 75 Ir


839-114-4 do. 4 Te .5 37.7 5.73 12-10-52 120 26 12-10-52 74 r
2.24 6-12-56

839-115-1 do. 400 12 Tt 2.0 49.66 -3.05 12-10-52 16 3 3-56 75
m -6.17 3- 5-56




839-116-1 B. 0. Smith 1917 137 110 2 Tv 1.0 67.39 -16.24 2- 2-54 8 2- 2-54 D C
-21.29 3-21-56
839-15- do 4001 12 t 20 4966 3.0 1210-5 6 3 3-6 7





TIble 3. ConttnaUd


-~~~~~~~~H~srn 9010:_ YL-~--r~---~- I~--r~-~~ ----- -I---- .-.


839-119-1


839.120-1

839-120-2

839-120-3


639-120-4



839-120-3

839-121-1

839-121-2


839-121-3


8391-21-4


839-121-5



839-121-6

839-121-7


839-122-1


i 55 Ab t rM Cmni6l 1 F I wrIdM


I


350 1


C lsieberry
Industries

8. F. Simpson

H. C, Stubbings

Coons


J. Jones



W. P. Barnes

H. Arnold

P. D. Anderson,
Jr.

Hclntosch


C. W. Hull


E. C. Bates



J. T. Walker

E. I. Day


H. G. Nosher
Estate


I


1.0 190.05


Central Florida
UWll Drillers

F. F. French

A, L. Thompson




F. F. French



A. L. Thompson



P. D. Anderson
Jr.




C. W. Hull






A, L, Thompson




Hoffman


I?
kt1

t 14Y
v 6
]'?*


1954


1943

1947




1943



1954

1948

1945





1948


1948



1952

1910?


1924


L:
I

*d)!1

Y
a


11-18-53


12- 2-53
1-11-54
1- 3-56





11-20-53


-15.39 11-23-53


-8.44 11-24-53


-32.81
-32.69
-38.06



-32.07


90.44 I -34.18


11-24-53
1-11-54
1- 5-56



11-24-53


9-10-51


,i9


Chloridu cunti.n


't
h

fi


9- 3.54


11-18-53

11-18-53




12- 2-53


8 10-28-54

7 11-20-53


11-24-53


10 11-24-53


1-27-37


W-3356









C



W-3084




















WL


06
..


--I-- ----- ------


I-


4 Tea


88.86





86


-13.60
-13,93
-17.18





-13.49


C-4Lnyg HI duringg point


YLld


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:i.
I~


i

,i
i: I
c
:
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!1


- D
- U







TFable 3. RinHfill ____--------- --- ---i------------------ .--------- -- -----
Casing Measuring point utcur levul Yield Chlorldu conivnt


.16 2-23-56V
839-12-1 JG.Jordan A.. Roser 103 9 3 10 11-25-53 -

S 3 a .0 7. 8 1
8 t 0 W 0 tu a


39-12-1 eeneorard 191 0 3 3 Tea .0 90.10 -22.5 2-11-52 8 2-11-52



m -2 1.86 u -5
... a a a a '. -A q r r o
r I an j32 I g 1a1 I C a a a1 a
=3 14 c 0 I 10 .0 m 05 is 1_ _
839-123-1 J. V. Lamantia 19352 185 78 4 Tea -0.5 92.17 -39.62 12- 7-53 U E















-19.32 9-23-53
m -20.89 1-11-54
-46.16 2-23-56
-44.87 3-25-56
839-124-1 J. G. Jordan A. D. Rosierc 1945 1031 480 16 L .0 9 7 4-10-52 77 In -









Co-op
839-1245-32 Patwer erdh ro 1953 250 870 Tea .5.0 72.53 -26.62 1-23-53 9 1-25-53 D









-58.63 3-26-56

839-125-4 do D. Wuods 1952 158 85 3 Te .5 109.3 -54.91 6-23-54 U
Tea .31 -27.85 1-11-54
839-124-3 Matthews F. F. French 1943 160 80 2 .506.2 -519 6-2-5 19 62-2-53 D 3536

839-125-6 osgate Crous Layne-Alanti 1952 1,122 100 26 Tea 2.07 96.09 8,100 In W-12608
Co-opentrate Co-op 506 20

839-126-1 J.. Sweeney Forward 1924 17 50 3 Tea .0 107.10 -22.45 6- 3-52 8 2-11-52 D
m -21.86 4- 2-52
-19.32 9-23-53
-20.45 1-11-54
-24.73 3-26-56
-26.44 6-25-56

839-125-2 Fosgate Growers Layne-Atlantic 1947 1115 480 16 L .0 96.66 7 4-10-52 77 In -1377
Co-op

839-125-3 W. C. Patty Meridith Bros. 1953 250 170 3 Tea .5 109.49 -54.94 6-23-54 9 6-23-54 0
-58.63 3-26-56

839-125-4 do. D. Wuods 1952 158 85 3 Te .5 109.3 -54.91 6-23-54 U
Tea .3 109.14 -58.18 3-26-56

839-125-5 E. Clark F. F. French 1954 160 80 2 Tea .5 106.2 -51.79 6-24-54 9 6-24-54 D W-3536


839-125-6 Fosgato Growers 435 4? 96.5 U W-1444
Co-op

839-126-1 J. Williams Simpson 1924 170 73 6 Tcb .0 107.90 -34.5 6- 3-52 0 B, WL
m

839-126-2 C. W. Bunnell F. F. French 1945 186 3 9 2-11-52 D








Able 3. C. -inued- ------ r
CJna i HAe..rinng poing W Fir lIivil Y~idi Chlirld* cunu.nl





I 6
I. ? i



839-127-1 8. Frey r. rench 9 178 2 7 211-52 0

a39-127-2 S, J. Bury do. 1952 233 95 3 L 0.0 115.35 -43,3 10-11-52 10 10-27-52 D W.2795
-41.2 10-13-52

839-127-3 do. do. 1952 74 14 Tea .0 -2.75 10-10-52 U
m .2.95 10-13-52

840-103-1 C. S. Lee 105 3 Tdp 1.5 11.5 4.82 1-20-56 20 1,630 2-13-52 73 5


840-103-2 do. 128 2t Te 2.0 13.3 4.58 2-13-52 5 1,305 2-13-52 73 S C, WL
a Tea 1.5 12.9
840-103-3 do. C. T. McCulley 1956 93 90 Ik Tea 1.0 13.6 1,08 4- 6-56 1 1,215 4- 6-56 S V-4027
I a1.08 4- 9-56 1,110 4- 6-56 CL
1.36 4-24-56 1,590 4- 9-56
1.75 5- 7-56 1,225 4-24-56
1,230 5- 7-56
840-107*1 X. W. Estes 4 Tdp -1.5 22.79 1.70 1-14-53 60 185 1-14-53 72 Zr

840-107-2 do. 388 176 6 T .5 20.08 6.7 1-14-53 450 1,L90 1-14-53 78. Ir r
a 5.20 2-16-55
3.61 4-16-56

840-107-3 do. 4 Tea .0 21.54 4.14 1-14-53 5 250 1-14-53 73 U C
4.39 3- 1-54
840-108-1 W. Henderson G. M. AriL 1928 105 70 2kI Tv 2.5 27.43 2.41 9-21-51 16 85 9-21-51 73 Ir C, wL,
m CL

840-109-1 Jones & Partin 4 Tv 1.0 26.33 4.92 1-12-53 200 380 1-12-53 76 Ir

840-110-1 G. ahler 22. Tt 1.0 31.6 .76 12- 1-52 10 42 12- 1-52 72 rI

840-110-2 K. Dsul 194 T4 r .0 1.17 12-31-52 6 310 12-31-52 74 Ir


840-110-3 R. W. Estes G. .Are 6 Te .1 3.40 12-3L-52 30 240 12-31-52 72 Ir


''

III
:1 i




1.

~ 1
i
i
;






Table 3. Continued
CIlsing Meisuring punt WIL.Ir LIvuL I VYI li Cill ldrt*d cuniLvnL


S I 4 .0 O. 41
'B rS Aw -V- I '.
W WA w M in w al a a C
S. 11 e > .c CU .V J a) 0. U 0.1 a
.. Z A$ 0. wu .5 &
au a >

U. -4 a 00 .ou

840-110-4 R. W. Estes G. M. Arie 3 Tr 0.S 26.53 3. L: 5 40 140 1- L-53 3 U

840-110-5 do, do? 4 Tdp .0 24.29 7.5 L- 1-53 120 360 1- 1-53 77 tr
3.64 4-17-56

840-110-6 do. do? 4 Tv .0 23.40 6.8 1-12-53 200 390 1-12-53 75 Ir
2.19 4-17-56

840-110-7 do. do? 320 6 Tv .0 23.92 7.4 1-12-53 400 330 1-12-53 77 Ir
2.92 4-17-56

840-110-8 Pardin & Jones 91 3' Tca -1.0 26.16 2.28 1-12-53 20 330 1-12-53 76 Ir
m 1.03 2- 5-55 335 2- 5-55
.15 4-17-56

840-110-9 R. W. Estes G. M. Arie? 6 Tv 1.0 25.71 5.68 1-12-53 400 530 1-12-53 77 Ic
1.20 4-17-56

a40-110-10 do. 96 4 Tea .0 25.44 1.83 3- 5-56 75 360 3- 5-56 76 It
a 1.32 4-17-56 S

840-111-1 Lake Charm Fruit 0. M. Aria 500 100 5 140 2-13-52 In
Co.

840-111-2 do. do 500 100 6 In

840-111-3 do. do. 500 100 6 In

R40-111-4 do, do. 1936 495 6 Tea -5,0 47 -6 10-31-35 110 LO-31-35 In C
160 2-13-52

840-111-5 do. do. 3 94 2-13-52 II

840-111-6 do, do. 20017 4 Tca -4.0 47 -5.87 10-31-35 20 2-13-52 In

840-111-7 do. do. 3 In

840-111-8 C. S. Lee A. J. McCulley 1906 114 40 2 126 2-26-52 Ir

840-111-9 do, do, 1896 48 40 1 Tt .7 55.3 -15.38 101-1-35 20 -35 D
13 2-28-52
-- .. .








able 3. Contain& -ed- --
C4SLni H4aurinll point WAScr Ia.iL Yr J (.nlrid, cnnn,



J I 1. i ?
a a I, I.
b a s t -
I A t A5 a A A5 .:.... A^ "1 .^ A AS


840-111-10 S. Slevens C, McCullty 1954 108 92 2 Tco 1,0 52.12 *13.82 12-30-54 11 12-30-54 73 D W-3530

840-112-1 G. H. Arti C, Aria 282 85 6 Tb 1.5 44.37 -4,23 9-18-51 36 3- 2- 74 U E L

840-112-2 U. H. Moor *e 1917 105 2 Tdp ,0 41 .65 5-26-33 31 2- 8-52 72 Ir C
1.4 5-30-33
-2.0 37.13 2.20 2- 8-52
2.17 3- 1-54

840-112-3 J. LcLnhar 145 4 v .0 38.52 .65 12-29-52 135 .- 6-56 74 Ir
n -3.73 3- 6-56
-4.37 3-19-56

840-112-4 do. 111 2 To 1.0 39.80 -2.03 12-29-52 140 3- 6-56 74 Ir
S-1.69 1-23-54
-5.07 3- 6-56
-5.74 3-19-56

840-112-5 B. F. Wheeler 0. Aria 3 Tv 1.0 34.6- 3.48 12-29-52 34 12-29-52 73 Ir
840-112-6 D. Rice 2 Tc .5 .44 12-31-52 10 170 12-31-52 Ir
S

840-112-7 T. Aulin, Jr. C. T. McCulley 1947 110 90 2 Tc .0 47.5 -6.59 12-31-53 210 12-31-53 D C
840-112-8 D. Kersey do. 1953 112 90 2 38 12-31-53 D C
840-112-9 Town of Oviedo do. 1951 112 95 2 13 12-31-53 P C

840-112-10 R. W. ZEtes G. M. Aria 1945 140 85 4 Tco .0 63.0 -26.14 6-19-56 9 6-19-56 U
a ?

840-115-1 A. S. Deuing 120 2 U Tdp 2.5 60.70 -13.59 12-16-54 4 2- 5-53 75 U C
B -14.29 2- 5-55
-17.12 3-19-56
-17.32 6- 1-56

840-116-1 do. 50 37 Tdp 1.0 -5.25 12-16-54 5 2- 5-55 U
I-5.38 2- 5-55







Table 3. Continued
Casing u.iasuring point Water level Ycivd Chloride concent


S *2- a- 0 a

w- v 1. ,3
a- 0 a 5 O
s a 0 0'- 9 es a -


840-117-1 G. Newberry A. D. Roster 1950 127 2 11 9- 3-54 D

840-117-2 H. Duncan H. Duncan 1951 45 42 Il .- 6 9- 3-56 D

840-117-3 H. S. Green Libby & Freenaan 1946 165 153 2 0.0 65.5 D W-1409

840-117-4 A. Belloff do. 1946 187 138 2 Tea .2 64.42 10 12-16-54 D W-1408

840-118-1 W. 0. Carson F. French 1953 75 2 2 5 9- 3-54 D

840-119-1 P. Brunoo do. 1946 82 70 2 Tea .1 61.4 -4.3 10- 9-53 8 10- 9-53 75 S C
m -6.47 1-11-54
-8.43 2-26-54
-11.16 1- 9-56

840-120-1 Casselberry M. Arie 1931 213 70 6 Tea .2 69.85 -13.10 9-10-51 10 7-19-55 E, WL
Utilities m

840-120-2 Caaselberry do. 1930 101 4 Tco .5 96.50 -39.46 10-10-51 WL
Ferneries a

840-120-3 Seminole County Central Florida 1952 327 124 6 Tea 1.0 63.0 -32.24 10-27-52 8 11- 5-53 P C-
Board of education Well Drillers .4 82.53 -

840-120-4 Vaughan, Inc. F. F. French 1953 10 10- 9-53 Ir

840-120-5 do. do, .- 4 11 10- 9-53 I
D

840-120-6 do 87 2 Tea .2 68.08 -9.47 10- 9-53 U
m -11.75 -11-54
-16.51 1- 6-56

840-120-7 C. Labb F French 1947 162 3 8 11-25-53 D

840-120-8 A. Heler 120 6 Tea .1 74.98 -14.35 10- 9-53 9 10- 9-53 D
m -17.06 1-11-54
-24.41 3-23-56

840-122-1 L. T. Bryan 70 Dr
I I m I I I I I I I I










Cl I'S Meaulr.1'o-


1
ii-
rjr


1'P
v


- 7 r7 ?-1 1 7 9 t -I --4- $ ----- +r


53.79


-0.74


.7 70.63 -19.91
* I *


F. F, French

do.

Calhoun Machlio
C.,


., M, Aria

J. Ellis


F. F. French

do.

G, M, Artl




do,


040-122-2

860-124-1

840-125.1



860-123-2

840-125-3


840-125-4

840-126-1

841-105-1





841-106-1


841-108-1



841-108-2


841-108-J


841-108-4


8. J. High

E. M, Whilden

Forest Lake
Academy


C. B. Waller

0. N, RtLnUer


J. Ttedthe

T. C. Rogers

C, S. Lee





do.


R. W. Estes



do.


do,


do.


11- 2-51



10-10-52







3- 3-52
2-15-56
2-21-56
J- 2-56
4- 6-56

3- 3-52


3- 3-52
J- 5-56
4-16-56

3- 3-52


3- J-52
4-16-56

3- 5-56
4-16-56


1-25-S3

11-25-53

11. 2-51



10-10-52

7- 9-54
2- 3-55

7- 9-54

7- 9-54

3- 2-56





3- 3-52


3- 5-56






J- 3-52


1,825 3- 5-56


1.0 30.45


1.0 27.83


.0 17.72


.0 27.96


- .77
-2.70
-3.02
-3.18
-5.70

-9.53


-4.46
-7.05
-7.92

- .63


2,50
1.35

-6.a6
-7.70


CI~G


ri
1(1~1~

/3?
r
=%
1Y


-bIls iGqtijBnLgeMdP-


s I ,


* 1


~


- -


I


13

8
8

13

9

3,570





23


1,500






1,005


~--III~L~-L- -L---l--l---lr I I I I I I Y r i


C11 ingt


HMIurlno paint


WVtVr lIvLl







Table 3. Continued__________ _______________________
Cislng Mu.iaurinp; pulnL Water lvv1L Yirvd Chloride cUELnL'L



Fv A 0' 2) m V
l u >0 L 4 a
v 2 -u E C I j ?
S o u a w
SCa o- nio o ~ a o 'a
w %I E
6 1 00u -' U 0 tOO OCt)3'i-'- '-. E 0.0 u g 'Cg
0 i -w u 1" 0 0 0 w 6 .0
.0 .U : j :C 5 0ES j 6

w_ A i u 1 1 i 9_ A -a 5;" u \S' w S
S _____ 6 ______I a ._ j" j_ 0 a B s^ a u a ___ i- a~ ___ a __


841-109-1





841-109-2


841-109-3



841-109-4


841-109-5


841-109-6




841-109-7



'41-110-1


841-110-2



841-110-3


841-110-4


R. W.


Estes


W. E, Kirchhoff


do.



do.


do.


do,




do.



L. Mosier






Whuclor, Martin 6
Evuns


A. J. McCulley


G. M. Aria


-J


2 Tv


2 Tdp


1.5 28.62


.5 27-.02


25.73


25.94


26.69




30.47


.5 26.04

- I .


22.6


19.15


4.52
5.85
5.55
5.25
5.05

-4.36


-2.95
-3.25
-4.60

.28
-1.77

3.85
.95

-3.0
-3.64
-4.29
-5.25

-6.66
-7.46
-8.23

6.1


4.35
3.93
3.62

2.22
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3.34
1,49


1-26-37
4- 3-37
5- 8-37
6-23-37
7-27-37

2-14-52


2-15-56
2-22-56
4-13-56

2-14-52
4-13-56

2-14-52
4-13-56

2-14-52
2-15-56
3- 2-56
4-13-56

2-15-56
3- 2-56
4-13-50

10-19-51


3- 1-37
6-23-37
7-27-37

2-14-52
4-11-56

12- L-52
4-10-56


1,IC:4
1,293




1.430


1,785



1,295


850


2,000




2,000



940


104
108


1,615


1,280


1-26-37
9-21 -51




2- 5-55


2-14-52



2-14-52


2-14-52


3- 2-56




3- 2-56



10-19-51


3- 1-37
9-21-51


2-14-32


12- 1-52


C WL,
CL

C


"- -"


..-I,, --









Tabis 3,9,Continued ..._


Cilom$n M .l.iurin pIIj| t|L. W.IlL r Iuv, l


p
ao.


;I


I I I I I I 1~ 1 I'' 1 I f" I


O. M. Aria






G. H. Arie?




G. M. Arie



do.


do.


Tdp -1.0 22,03


15.36


11.65


-1.0 8.78


.0 10.53


25.91

11.94


15.12

12.19



15.50


15
9.47


841-110-5


Wheeler & Morman


1,035 I"2 1-32
1,055 2- 5i.5


2.11
1.04
.26
.27

J.17
2.94

9.0
7.0
5.09

8.3
7.5

8.0



-


13.9


14.2

9.7



16.8
4.80

20
17.7
13.0
13.5
12.5





7 Ir
761


84 1-110-6
oam'iiu-i



841-110-8


841-110-9


841-110-10

841-110-11

841-110-12


841-111-1

841-111-2



841-111-3


841-111-4


12- 1-'2
2- 5-55
3.30-53
6-23-

i- 1-32
3-JO-56

12- 1-52
12-26-52
3-30-56

12- 1-52
3-30-56

1- 1-53






1- 1-53


9-19-51

9-19-51



2-211-52
4- 2-56

9- 6-35
2-29-52
4- 4-52
7-18-52
4- 2-56


C. R. Clonts


C. R. Clonts


do.

L. Mosier

C. R. Cloncs


M. L. Core

C. R. Clonts



C. T. NLblack


Gore, Ulrey &
Daniel


C













C,
W-J190,
WL, CL


CL

WL, CL


. I .. .., '


r
;r

r


.o0


850
830


490


700


440

1,570

1,070


143

140
135
150

140


300
320


I I I ,I


i i i I I


I1II 1i ,.tl4 1 ih


12- 1-52


12- 1-52
12-26-52


12- 1-52


I- L-SJ


12-27-52

12-31-52

1- 1-53


9-19-51

9-19-51
4- 4-52
10- 2-52

2-29-52


9- 6-35
2-29-52


841-110-6 W. T. Walker







Table 3. Contin_d
CltainU Mlasuring pIolin. WaLcer luvel YlIld Chloride conLUnL

aI ic .


.0 .o0 2 0 .0 41. .-0 01 V



7. 3-30-5
14 A 0 I 10 1 0 W Q. Q

-7 C Tv 1.0 8.6 9.9 2- 3- 8 205 2 2 7
s a. cc I 3.29 2-5 I Ic
S CL 8 1 2. 20 4-18->t
841-111-5 R4. .Erees G M, Arle 1929 /" 2 Tdp 4.2 18 17 9-6-351 110 400 9-6-35 74 a
T-o 1.0 11.00 .0 25.0 0 2-29-52 ] 6( 460 2-29-52 76
841-1112- K. Daul A J. M c 4 TV 1.0 10.70 11.2 9-18-521 175 9-1-52 76 Ir





6.3 3-3027-56
841-111-7 C.eR.Clont A 3 TV 1.0 18.69 9.9 12-3-52 85 205 12-3-52 a74 I
9.0 1- 2- 2- 0

841-112-1 J. Leinheart A. J. McCulley 1921* 2 -1 2^ TV .5 27.18 8.7 9-19-561 173 9-19-51 75 Itr WL



841-112-6 do. do. Culley 20 Tv 2.0 20.53 12.82 9-1-521 175 9-18-51 74 Ir




10.3 3-27-56
841-112-5 C. S ENiblack Hoar 1926A9 1 -6 3 Td 2.0 1 17 -9- 6-35 11 00 5-9- 6-35 7
S.0 .00 14.0 2-28-52 455 2-28-52 72
6.19 4- 2-56


841-112-5 A Lenhart A. J. McCulloey 192 12 00 2 Td .5 27.12 9.7 3-29-51 120 5-19-33 7 Ir
2. -2-5 20 2-18-52

841-112-63 do. A do 120- 00 24 Tv 1.0 01.52 123. 2-14-52 1 0 25 2-14-52 75 Ir
310.5 3-20-54
841-112-7114 S nole Co Dty o. Ari 9 17 100 3 Ted 0 1 7.0 9- 6-35 200 85-19-33 72 I
9.0.5 20.30 1 12-28-52 300 15 2-28-52 72
841-112-5 Alex Leinhart J. McCullyough 1923 120 100 2 Tp .0 17.52 19.7 2-29-56 35 25180 5-19-35 -7 Ir
342.88 4- 2-56 50 250 2-1428-52 76
841-112-9 W. do. do.Lefflr 120- 100 2 Tv .5 216.50 12.8 2-1429-52 40 265 2-1429-52 75 Ir

103.54 3-20-56






841-112-11 W. 8R. GConc do. 1947 113 53 2 Te .5 24.0 8.2 12-26-52 40 200 12-27-52 73 Ir
4.62 3-20-56









ab.. .. . I C I I II!


C'alng I HII.-asurinh 11 ilnl


gi
* i <^
| r
dr
*3


20.58

17.64



19.62


25.42



9.44








35.88





37.11


841-112-12

841-113.1



841-113.2


841-113-3



841-114-1



841-114-2

841-114-3


(41-115-1



841-115-2

841-115-3


841-115-4

841-110-1

841-118-2


i


9-19-51



2-13-52
3-1v-56

7-13-54
8-18-54
3-19-56

1- 8-53
1-23-54
2- 5-55






12-17-51





12-17-54
3-19-56

12-17-54


Wheeler & Horgan

C. E. Ashe



S. Lr-JUood


8, F, Jones



W. R, Dyion



do

Lake Charm Fruit
Co.

E, Bonfllon



J. W. Jones

A. S. Deving


L. D. Plante

0. Bowser

A M. ty


I


.41


I I


12-29-52

1-18-37
4-15-39
9-19-51

5- -33
2-13-52

7.13-54
8-18-54
8-19-56

1- 2-53



1- 2-53

12-30-54


1- 6-37
4-15-39
12-17-51

12- 5-52

12-17-54


12-17-54


I I


s




LOY
2(


C, M, Artl

do





F. F. French



L. Brantley



W. R. Dyson













G. M. Ario



F. F. French


1934





1954



1953







1925





1927?


1950



1950


-11.04
-11.50
-13.03
-14.50
-16.16


9-14-53
1-11-54
2-26-54
2- 5-55
2-21-56


C, VL









C
W-3193


Be
H-
r=


1~1
Y
Ptl
Y
Y pi
SP%


- I ,
.


4 o I = [ 1- I I I "
1- I I I


SI


I


LL -


I I i


200

146
140
130

250
140

33
34
33

86



106

125


12
16
14

23

13


14



6


12-14-53 175 I U I C


1.0

1.3

.2 62.97


-5.57 9-14-53


. I I I


- _. I--


d


T


Cl lI)Ior i, 4 onIs n1


.1


Wklk r IlvrO







Table 3. Continued
Casi1 M -1Ir'll il)', 1i0L0 1 WILrt r I vrlI Yih iI cGilll idr l e culn.L'i



SF h 13 22 1


do T r do9 84 2 112-5 P



81-11-3 ook 19 11 2 -




of Cen t l Fl1a. m -6.92 10-4-53
S 0 2 v 841-119- Fre 19 -5

















-.8,4 72,49 0 14 23-W4
91 .4ad Crie 0.. a.49 a26 8 n ..-2 -e 2 -23 -
841-1-3 Cook F. F. 194 1 6 1 10-1-53 7 D
841-119- LR. T. CrPon 12 1 B2 T .a -r.25 02 2- 9- 5 U














841-12019-3 Mobley Traof Lonooer F. F. French 195 3 7 229 8 2 1- 4-53 P













I b I
841-9-4 Sanlando Trailer do. 1949 126 84 2B a 11-28-6 P


84-ll-5 R. Harris 1940 110 2 1 10- 7-53 P


of Central Fla. 11 -6.92 10-L4-33

841-119-3 W.k S.. L Freeman 1948 12 80 2 -9 11-15-54 D W- 1 5

841-119-1 .Wibrook Company 1955 1204 41 Tea .5 00.47 -11.93 1- 6-56 310 2-2--56 74 U
o -12.51 2-28-56

841-120-1 M, Anderson Clyde Freeman 1951 200 114 6 Tt 1,0 64.63 -11.8 9-21-51 L- 12-9-51 D W-252


841-120-2 Town of Lnewood J. FRaehn 1925 357 228 8 Tca 7285 -20.90 211J7 11B 10-24-51 P E
o-8.4 7249 -21.56 6-23-54


841-120-3 W. E. Kombro W, E, Kembro 1947 16 25 2k T-b 2.0 -6.14 10-14-53 0 10-14-53 7 D


841-120-4 R. A. Powers 121 2 Tca .0 88.11 -11.09 6-23- 1 7 U
m -13.44 3-23-.o

841-120-5 Town of Longwood Layna-Atlantic 1956 372 221 8 T24 7 -11 11 7-2 -56 P C
Co. W-3998









T4blO 3, ContLnmed


(.,)I l d .h :


841-121-1


d41-121-2

L41-122-1


841-125-1


q41-125-2

341-125-3

842-103-1


842-106-1


842-106-2


842-107-1

842-110-1

842-110-2

842-110-3



842-110-4


842-110-5


L. Hennessey


do.

D. 5, Lung


J. L. Lambert


E. Sundbert

K. P. Cutler

C, S. Lee


D. Bush


H. A. Simpson


D. H. Ladd

C. T. Niblack

do.

do.



do.


W. Z, Cornell


do,

Central Florida
Well Drillers

J. Ellis


Heridith Broe,






C. T. McCulley


Story


C. T. HcCulley


1951


1951

1953


1953


1946

1952

19401


1952


1948


1952



1925;


Ic.s Ing


Tco


Tea










Tea


Tb
Tea





Te

Tv

Tv



Tdp


Tv


I!
at


--- -~- -' ~~~


4.4-


1.0


1,0










.5


2.0
1.7





2.0

1.5

1.0



S.5


1.0


t
J

'1
*d
9
d


w
IL

-r
'A


66.69


86,10













43.6
43.26





14.80

14.70

9.32



9.33


10.77


E, W1,


W1.

C











C


C


C



WL, CL

C


-37.65


*10.50










-2.05


-21,05
-22.11






131
7.0

8.9
9.6
9.1

7.8
7.62

10.0
5.38


10-25-il


10-24-1j










8- 2-54


2- 3-54
10-19-55





12- 1-52
4-11-56
12- 1-52

12- 1-52
3- 1-54
3-30-56

12- 2-52
3-30-56

12- 2-52
3-J0-56


ct
I


I 'I


II

11


10
10

10

9

4,600


12


14


13

875

1,135

660



730


720


5- 6-55b

2- 1-54


7,- (.54
2- 3-55

7- 6-54

7- 9-54

i- 2-54


2- 3-54


2- 3-54


2- 3-54

12- 1-52

12- 1-52

12- 1-52



12- 2-52


12- 2-52


Ir

D


D


D

D

U


D


Ir
D

D

Ir'

Ir

Ir



Ir


Ir


' '


mr.nuring p|II,IwI W.iL'r Iv'rl







Table 3. Continued _________________
Cilsing HM;.iurln: Ii1|'1L WILLcr IVVL I Yi t C 1 4 r di2 i c.i111~6-II


-c Ia




Su ,5.8L 4-11-6 I a
l a a842-110- 19250 95
_! 5.a L. a^ o
6a. .S E & C. V a
S. 1 bu va u c M< a Uj c
Ca.7 -0 0 -5 -' 22 a 5
x a a a a a



IO, 3 -9d 62a
842-110-6 C. T. Niblack 1925 93 3 Tv 1.5 14.09 7.5 7-26-54 60 1,215 7-26-54 76 Ir
m 5.81 4-11-56

842-110-7 do. 1925 116 3 Tu 2.0 14.86 6.6 7-26-54 60 1,410 7-26-4 78 Ir
m 4.98 4-11-56 1,470 7-29-55
1,485 7-29-55

842-110-8 do. 1925 106 3 To 2.5 14.60 6,8 7-29-55 125 1,250 7-26-54 77 Ir
Im 5.34 4-11-56

842-110-9 do. 1925 3 Tv 2,3 15.16 100 955 7-26-54 76 Ir

842-110-10 do. 1925 21 TtI 1.0 03.72 7.8 12-24-55 19 1,040 12-24-55 76 Ir
6.34 4-11-56

842-110-11 do. 19251 97 3 Tv 2.5 14.00 7.6 7-26-54 100 1,090 7-26-54 76 Ir
11 6.00 4-11-56

842-111-1 M. C. Weaver A. J. McCulley 25 Te 4.5 11.01 17.1 9-19-51 S45 9-19-51 76 Ir WL

842-111-2 Morgan Bros. 159 147 5 Te 4.0 12.50 12.6 2-29-52 250 1,001 2-29-52 76 Ir E
m 10.7 2-22-56 225
10.3 3-29-36

842-111-3 4 Tv 2.0 12.04 14.7 12- 2-52 110 1,255 12- 2-52 78 Ir

842-111-4 C. T. Niblack 31 4 TV 2.0 15.69 12.0 12- 2-52 150 820 12- 2-52 76 Ir C
n 11.5 2- 5-55 150 842 2- 5-55 76
8.5 3-28-56

842-111-5 do. 5 Tt 2.0 17.03 11.6 12- 2-52 200 640 12- 2-52 76 Ir
8.1 3-28-56

842-111-6 R. W. Baker L. H. Deason 1952 188 66 8 TV 2.0 9.98 15 1-15-53 670 950 2-22-56 76 Ir E, W-3189


842-111-7 do. G. M. Arie 1950 218 103 6 Tv 3.0 11.52 13.3 1-12-53 2504 1,130 1-12-53 78 Ir
n 12.5 3-29-56










3. Continued I I _....


I. W, Baker



do.


842-111-8



842-111-9




842-112-1

842-112-2


842-112-3


842-112-4


842-112-5


842-114-1





842-115-1


842-115-2



842-115-3


Mr.ii4rlng p )lnL


I --


W.ia 'r lit


147 101


2| TIr


771 Ir


0. C. Mlean

C. R. Clonec


J. Partin


R. W. ifesI


A. Letnhart


W. W. Hiley





P. D. Burrers


R. W, Estes



Seminole County
Board of Education


C, M. Arts









0. H. Arie





G. M. Arti


L. Branton


G. H. Aria





G. M. Arie


4--
IIC~
'-_a


3 1 0 I I -.-- - -,-- -


1949





1950


1953


1936





1945


Mo0
!,105


1,100
1,100
1,130
1,135

250

t620


370


335


320


585





20


15



6


I I


1-14-53
2- 5-55


L2- 3-56
12- 7-56
12- 7-56
12- 7-56

9-18-51

12- 2-52


12- 3-52


12- 3-52


1-26-53


9-17-51





12- 5-52


12- 5-52



2- 5-55


T I I


ly_

It
gs
Il]i
ai?
V


-
I


12.18



12




9.63

16.23


12.42


17.59


18.28


13.67


14.97


17.56


19.54



45.92


20.7

12.7
9.3

15.9
12.8

12.3
9.3

11.7
8.5

11.5
11I.05
11.25
9.9
7.0

20.0
18.1

17.6
19.2
15.8

-6.69
-4.B1
-6.05
-7.07
-7.90


1-14-53
2- 5-55
3-29-56

12- 7-56




9-18-51

12- 2-52
3-29-56

12- 3-52
3-27-56

12- 3-52
3-27-56

1-26-53
3-27-56

5- 8-37
6-23-37
7-27-37
9-17-51
3-20-56

12- 5-52
1-27-56

12- 5-52
1-23-54
1-27-56

12-29-52
:-.3-54
-13-54
2- 5-55
1-27-56


C, WL, CL









E, W-3188














C


II r 11-1 -


-- r ---


I I ill


SI I I I


I _I


T'bli







Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level Yield Chloride conten.


.N B Li f
4- 2 9 1



S4 9-30-53
.. N aV -M
10 11- 2- to











842 116-3 do. 2 Tv 1.0 17.27 19.3 2- 1-52 60 11 2- 1-52 74 Ir
18.1 1-25- 0 6





842-116-4 W.D. Cook 150 7. 4 Tea .5 5.38 -5.60 5-14-52 1 3 5-6 74 U .
A








842-117-1 A. W. Brown N. E. Miler 1925 62 L 3 I V 2.0 29.31 2.64 9-13-51 20 14 4-15-39 74 U L L
m 11 9-3-5 a


842-116-1 H.Lavigne 4 Tco 0.5 23.52 17.3 2- 1-52 90 12 2- 1-52 73 In C, W
4 9-30-53
10 11- 2-53
5 12-30-53
6 2-18-54

842-116-2 do. 8 500 12 2- 1-52 74 U

842-116-3 do. -72 2 Tv 1.0 17.27 19.3 2- 1-52 60 11 2- 1-52 74 Ir
18.1 1-25-56

842-116-4 W. 0. Crook 150 75 4 Tea .5 45.38 -5.60 5-14-525 15 3- 5-56 74 U W






m
842-117-1 A. W. Brown H. F. Millen 1925 62 3 Tv 2.0 29.31 2.65 9-13-51 20 14 4-15-39 74 U WL
I 1.1 9-13-51

842-117-2 Chase & Co.n do 9 2 Te .0 27.48 13.8 12-30-52 8 1-13-37 74 Ir WL
14 4-15-39
i, 12-30-52

842-117-3 E. Baker 1946 712 2 Tv 1.5 34.14 5.92 1-25-56 30 10 9-14-53 73 U
4.25 6-23-56

842-117-4 A. W. Brown 74 2T Tcb .5 36.08 6.07 1-25-56 40 10 9-14-53 73 U


842-119-1 D. R. Rowe F, F. French 1948 105 2 6 9- 9-53 D

842-119-2 C. N. Watson do. 1952 119 65 2 6 9- 9-53 0

842-119-3 J. A. Zell 19371 16 I Tpb 2.1 -7.60 9-14-53 U


842-119-4 E,. Zorian F. F, French 1951 290 60 4 I r

842-119-5 D. Burkhart T, Tripp 1948 14 1% Tca .0 -5.69 9-16-53 U


842-119-6 W. J. Garnett F. F. Frunch 292 63 4 Tea .5 67.12 *14.45 9-16-53 10 2-28-56 75 U WL
I I. I I I Is I I I 1 1









e lbeT 3 Continu d


C'allngl Hewniuring pint WaLvir Luvul


Y I IS tl rY P 11 i 5ll i {3I Ik






S*25.83 1-24-56
842-119-8 Fla. Wildlife do. 1953 100 2 8 12-30-56 0
Gardens, Inc.
842-119-9 C. W. Shuck do. 1954 79 2 Tea .0 58.8 -11.85 9-30-54 9-30-54 75 D

842-121-1 V. V. Zvorykin do. 1944 200 125 3 I 2- 1-54 D C
842-123-1 W. Pilolan 1918 140 131 3 Tv 2.0 31.27 10.4 2- 5-32 60 100 2- 5-52 75 Ir,D 6,C ,
95 4- 2-52 WL
100 848-54
102 8-19-54
102 8- 1-55
842-123-2 C. K. Clouser 1951 118 8 T 6.0 27.50 13.0 10-11-55 600) 1;0 2-24-56 U 2
a 12.9 2-13-56
84P-103-1 W. S. Crittenden 40 1 L .0 9.0 7.0 10-31-51 1 5,195 10-31-51 75 D C

843-103-2 1. L. House G. M. Arti 117 87 3 TC .5 10.81 3.05 7-29-54 15 5,050 10-31-51 78 U,D
m 135 2 2.35 9-26-55 5,030 7-29-54
843-103-3 V. V. Folsom V. V. Foldom 1948 18 15 l 5,100 10-31-51 UD

843-103-4 L. R. Bingham 1954 48 3 Tt 1.0 10.75 3.18 7-29-54 65 5,120 7-29-54 75 U C, tW

843-104-1 0. W. Johnson Sanford Machine 1940 71 65 3 Tv .0 16.27 2.0. 10-31-51 7 54 10-31-51 72 Ir
Company m 1.44 3- 2-54
1.00 10-19-55
843-104-2 do. C. T. HcCulley 1940 115 65 4 52 10-31-51 73 ZIr,

843-104-3 do. C. H. Aire 1940? 54 30 3 10 230 10-31-51 72 Ir


0ul> tI L ri de Tllnr r ui


Tabla 3 ftainu&A






Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level Yield Chloride conc nL


a0 C I
S u Ca O- a. ss u a a


83-10-5 R Van er 85 2 e 1.0 15.52 .17 7-28- 2 1 7-28- 72
a V 1 5 :1 .1 I







8 C3-104-6 a, M. Raulerson A, D. Rosier 1953 184 80 2 Tea 1.0 17,2 .79 7-28-a 85 7-28-54 73 D
C I a 0 a : 0,-a A. I U 0 -. 0 5 aC;

843-104-4 J. E. Southerland C. T. McCulley 1950 50 46 2 p 0.0 12.63 1.50 2- 3-54 1 1,650 2- 3-54 72 D C CL
1.65 3- 2-54
1.00 10- 3-55

843-104-5 R. Van Wert 85 2 Te 1.0 15.52 .17 7-28-54 2 16 7-28-54 72 Ir
.16 9-29-55

843-104-6 B. M. Raulerson A. MRosier 1953 184 80 2 Tea 1.0 17.2 .79 728. 185 7-28-54 73 D


843-104-7 J. E. Southerland C. T. MCulley 1949? 56 2 Tr .0 10.01 4.06 7-28-54 5 2,180 7-28-54 73
m 3.44 10- 3-55

843-104-8 E. 8. am rnett 76 2 Tb .5 11.56 1.21 7-28-54 6 5,400 7-28-54 75 U
a .45 2- 2-55 1k 5,800 2- 2-55 74
.45 9-30-55
S.4 12-22-255
-2.07 5- 2-56

843-104-9 R, L.C Yates C. McCulley 1952 64 58 3 0 3 6119 7-29-54 0- 0
843-104-10 E. Cammack do. 1952 58 6t 2 Tt 1.5 17.2 -.84 10-29-54 208 10-29-54 S
U 440 12- 8-56
440 12-29-56

843-104-11 C. A Oldham A. D, Rosier 0 75t 2 TI 1. 1.39 1.12 1-29-54 1 12 1029-54 72 U
m -.20 9-29-55

843-104-12 Rositer 56 2 Tea .2 11.74 2.4 11-18-54 6 2,270 11-18-54 73 D
m 1.19 2- 2-55 1 1,910 2- 2-55 73
843-104-13 E. Camnmack A. D. Rosier 1956 94 58 3 Tea 1,0 17t -2.3 12- 8-56 600 12- 8-56 S W-4183

843-105-1 A. 0. Powers 1953 58 2 Tea .5 18.32 -1.76 7-28-54 13 7-28-54 72 0
B -2.43 9-29-55

843-105-2 do, A. J. McCr.luy 1920? 50 2 It 1.5 18,8 -2.37 7-28-54 U
m -2.71 9-29-55










Table 3. Continued
C.lsino HMvr.urinN pnlnL WUiLvr Lvt Yii I id Chirld. wII ,I



4





843-105-3 It. L, Johnson C, T. McCulley 1949 150 907 2 12 7.29-54 D

843-106-I H. i, Levy 0. H. Ar i 120 657 2 2-2 35 D

843-106-2 do, HcCollough 1930? 113 3 Tea 0,0 29.86 -8,10 2-20-52 10 2- 7-55 74 U C, WL

843-106-3 G. Hathilux A, D. Rosier 1944 150 2 13 2- 3-54 C

843-106-4 ,G A, Arthur C. T. McCulley 1949 100 60 2 -.. 12 2- 3-54 D C

863-106-3 J. D. Thomas A. D. Rosier 1952 127 2 13 7-29-54 -

843-106-6 D. J. House 121 2 Tea 1.4 66.16 41.0 10- 3-47 U W
1.4 66.47 -46.18 9-19-55
.4 64.67

843-106-7 H. Harrison A. D. Roser 1953 128 2 13 6-25-56 D C

843-107-1 H, C. Thomas C, T. McCulley 1949 100 2 11 2- 3-54 73 D

843-110-1 Fit gerald 3 Too 1.2 13,4 9.2 12-17-51 90 1,535 12-17-51 76 Ir C, WL,
Tea 1.0 13.21 8 CL

843-110-2 do, M A 5 90 1,510 12-17-51 75 Ir
8

843-110-3 R, G. Williams 2 50 1,560 12- 1-52 75 Zr.
S

843-111-1 C. T. Niblack A. J. McCulley 110 80 3 Tv .5 14.8 12.0 9-21-51 900 1-11-37 78 r WI
Tea .4 13.88 946 1-11-37
966 2- 4-37
M24 4-15-39
1,100 9-21-51

843-111-2 R. King G. Arie 1935 1 4 200 Ir
U







Table 3. Continued
casing Meauuring point Water level Yield Chloride consent







Tb .0 6,23 250 78
S 1 0 0 4 5 15 1 9 6 5 72 r
S1.0 1,02 0.0 3- 3-52 756
UU U a 00 0
a se .e U Iw e

843-111-3 C. T. Niblack G. M Arie 1929 109 647 Tdp 0.0 12 16 9- 6-35 900 9- 6-35 75 Ir
S .0 12.1 13 3- 3-52 1,210 3- 3-52 76

843-111-4 C. T. Niblack A. J. McCulley 1935 110 80 4 TUp .5 14 14 9- 6-35 330 1,310 3- 3-52 76 It
TcU 1.0 i6.23 2504 78

843-111-5 do. do. 1935 160 0 4 Tdp .5 15 13.7 9- 6-35 160 730 9- 6-35 72 Ir
1.0 16.02 10.0 3- 3-52 75

843-111-6 do. do. 1932 135 67 4 Tdp -.5 13 15.0 9- 6-35 600 9- 6-35 74 Ir
Tcb 1.0 16.40 10.3 3- J-5i2 2504 1,075 3- 3-52 77
6.0 3-28-56

843-111-7 do. do. 1910 106 69 2 Tdp .0 13 15.0 9- 6-35 1,070 3- 3-52 76 Ir C
Tcb .5 15.44 11.0 3- 3-52 40 1,080 2- 5-52 77
10.7 2- 5-55 70 77
7.7 3-28-56

843-111-8 do. do. 1930 125 70 2 Tdp .5 11 17.0 9- 6-35 77 Ir
.0 14.3 12.0 3- 2-52 40 1,190 3- 3-52 77
Tcb 12.3 4- 4-52 1,180 4- 4-52

843-111-9 R. G. Wiliams 101 2 Tv 1.5 13.95 8.5 3- 2-56 70 1,020 3- 2-56 75 S
m 7.0 3-28-56

843-116-1 H. Schumacher 3 Tn 27.8 6.5 3- 8-37 60 1-6-37 Ir
7.3 4-24-37 410 9-13-51
1.65 5-20-37
6.92 7-14-37
843-11-2 R. L, Kennedy A. Jones 125 90 2 Tv 1.0 10.71 24.3 9-12-51 60 800 10-17-35 75 D C W
678 3- 8-37
704 4-17-39
510 9-13-51

843-116-3 E. H, Myers E. Hamilton 1952 108 90 2 Tt 2.0 9.90 22 5-14-52 150 745 5-14-52 74 Ir
23.6 9-30-52 750 9-30-52
843-116-4 L. L, Myers 103 2 Tt .0 12.42 21.2 9- 2-54 625 9- 2-54 77 U
18.6 5- 1-56
84-1-3 1 I Mes I.laito 92 0 0 2 I 20 .0 2 51-2I5 4 5-4-2 74Z










Whis 3 Consinued


Cabing Hiir sno; plilnl U-nvF It l I, do C-11oridu


4E

to
S.I _
Af
r
r l l B is a z C S >. r

*. ; I L 5 1
M ________5______ --.-- I I A .


843-118-2






843-118-3


843-118-4




843-118-5



843-118-6

843-118-7


843-118-8




843-119-1




843-119-2



843-119-3


B, 4 8, Piloin



H. D Hkolajclk



W. L. English


H. D. Hikolajlk



G. L. Smith



A. D. Young

S. Daabrosta


L. H. Passons




Seminole County




E. G. Gano



Seminole County


Jones



D. Rosier


do,



Hamilton



F. French

Thompson


F. French


A. D. Rosier


24., 77



32.95





32-
31.75



25.31



46.68

49.39


44.4




27.74




23.35


11.83



6.3





7.0
5.7
8.7
4.84

15.1
14.9
11.6

-6.3

-9.55


-6.5
-8.8
-8.7


7.5




14.2
14.4
11.9


1-26-37.



10-23-51





10- -35
2- 1-52
1-11-54
12-28-55


1-11-54
12-28-55

9-14-53

9-:4-53


12- 2-54
2-14-56
2-23-56


2- 1-52




9- 9-53
1-11-54
12-28-55


1-26-J7
4-15-J9
9-12-51

10- -35
10-31-51
2-23-54

12-30-56


10- -35
2- 1-52
8- 3-55


9-11-53



9-14-53

9-14-53


12- 2-54




2- 1-52




9- 9-53



9- 0-53


73 P


WL



C h.


1-3584



WL


- --' --- -







Table 3. Continued______________
Casing Measurini pointL Water levcl YivId Chloride concunL

14 r
S.Ow

a 0 A C
U 4 _i L, Q Is .01* s*
e. .j .- .2 a -~AIA au a -"' b. c
A 30 QA6.
ei e a ga C a0
-L 5r : ^- O B ,-^ Ou a 0 Vj k
A. 0

e S .I af ~ oS 2
A ? e e U A C .-: C U 6 1
S __6______ 0 ________ > __ 5. a o S *' S S~ A. & {k __


843-119-4



843-119-5


843-119-6



843-119-7



843-120-1

843-123-1


844-104-1


844-104-2


844-104-3



844-104-4



844-105-1


044-105-2


E. H. Shepherd



V. G. Hasty


Seminole County







E. K. Smith

J. A. Hopkins


F. A. Johnson


Codwin










G. W. Jacobs


A. J. Baxter


A. D. Rosier






H. C. Long







F. F. French


T. McCulley


1945



1950


1938?







1949


-


901



77
m

851



64
m


112

153


33
m




87
m


35
m


125


110


Tea


Tt


Tco



Tea



Tr


Tco


26.81



33.62


35.34



26.82





39.87


13.52


11.17


10.88



10.49



18.72


12.64


15.8
16.2
13.7

13.1
8.7

13.9
12.9
'., I

12.8
12.5
9.4



2.11


- .25
-1.13

2.85
1.94

2.50



2.91
2.73
2.54

-2.54


2.80
2.19


9- 9-53
1-11-54
1-24-56

10- 6-53
12-28-55

10- 6;-33
1-11-54
12-28-55

10- 6-53
1-11-54
12-27-55



10-25-51


11-18-54
10- 3-55

11-22-54
10- 3-55

10- 3-55



12-27-54
2- 2-55
10- 3-55

3- 5-52


7-28-54
10- 4-55


4



10


9



b



10

10


125


730


1,430
1,435


37
39


20


105


i- t-53



10- 6-53


9-14-53



10- 6-53



2- 1-54

10-25-51


11-18-54


11-22-54


12-12-54
2- 2-55


12-27-54
2- 2-55


3- 2-54


7-28-54


C

C, WL
















C, WL


I r I I .I I I g a


__










Tabli 3. ConLtnued
CIllingi Mv.1"urinb g If ininL W L .iL r I VOl yl 1il Lh.1 61 IJl i ii.i t III

U S i! .
S- 3
Y g ^' iA C '.4 s



4-_1 L1 j .6.
844-105-3 60 2 Tea 1,0 10.37 3.45 7-26,54 3 6110 7-2 .54 YJ II
1:91 1: Nis 650 2- 2-5
844-105-4 FredrLck 56 2 Tt -1.0 b.63 5.7 11-22-54 25 ;1 11-22.14 72 D
I 4.59 10- 3-55

844-106-1 D, W. KCttertnu 2 D

44-106-2 T. W. PrevaCt A. D. Rosier 1940? 110 807 2 3- 2-34 C
844-106-3 P. Haxwell do. 1951 100 80 2 D
844-106-4 J. F. Rogers E. Hamlton 1954 140 28 2 3 11-17-4 D
844-107-1 C. 0. Hart A. D. Router 1940 145 100 2 1L2 2-20-52 D C

844-107-2 P. Flowers McCollough 19407 157 2 11 2-25-52 D

844-107-3 8. Hampton A. D. Rosier 125 2 14 2-25-52 D
844-107-4 B. C. Braddy C. T. HcCulley 1954 149 136 2 Tea 2.0 74.0 -52.57 10-29-A 10 2-10-55 D
m -)2.41 11-17-34

844-107-5 C. 3. Maxwell B. Hamilton 1954 143 126 2 Tco .5 70.92 -50.*5 11-22-54 12 11-22-54 75 D W-352
B -50.59 11-22-54

844-108-1 A B. Doan A. B. Doane 1939 18 48 Tcb 2.5 -1 3.13 2-25-52 17 2-25-'2 D

844-114-1 Ceresoli Brothers H. C. Long 1928 150 100 3 Tv 1.3 25.44 3.33 9- 7-51 30 610 9- 7-51 73 Ir WL, CL
D
844-114-2 Lichee Farms Co. 2 Tv .5 11..31 17.8 *-11-51 75 1,148 4-1-'-39 75 Ir WL
1,025 9-11-51
844-114-3 H. Schumacker, Jr. 3 Tv 2.0 13.1h ~ 5.9 11-21-52 65 910 11-21-32 72 Ir
13.1 5-1 -'b
844-114-4 W. H. Wight 1935 140 2 Tv 2.; '1 .~ L I.', 9-14-03 45 000 5-24-53 72 1
;. .-21-54 615 2- 2-55
:6.7 2- 2- 5 42 73
S____2.0 .-iL '16 i







Table 3. Continued

Casing Measuring point Water Ilvel YLrLd chloride concenL

V I
VV
SU % 1 C w
w t w u a s ) 0.
03 0. a 05 00'- ..I wU np u
i s I+, g j^ ^*3- fgi i" s-s
0 U 5
A 5 U -a.. V a
C6 A? 5 1 1o5w Z 1 I
ma I3 g I r .
92 -.0 OC 5o 6


844-115-1


844-115-2





844-115-3


844-115-4

844-115-5



844-115-6



844-115-7




844-115-8



844-115-9



844-116-1


R. D. Priest


H. B. Lewis


Chase and Co.


do.

1. Fleischer



8. R, Dighton



8. E. Dickinson




R. Ranabottom



Chase and Co.



H. Schumacher


H. C. Lont


C. Humphrey











F. Jones






Mahoney-Walker Cao


1930






1930


22.04


25.95



24.56

26.95


28.46

18.81



13.64



18.26




16.94



15.04



27.56


7.6
4.35

4.5
4.5
3.87
2.15
4.0

2.42


.74

11.55



12.75
16.00
12.25

13.0
13.5
13.0
11.5

13.6



14.2
15.1
12,0

6.6


9-10-51
5-11-56

2-16-37
5-18-37
6-15-37
6-13-39
9-11-51

9-10-51


9-11-51

1-11-37



4- 1-37
9- 3-37
4-17-39

3- 8-37
6-25-37
7-13-37
4-17-39

9-10-51



11-21-52
1-21-54
5-10-56

9-10-51


1,010


900
w;o
808
350



552
510

490

1,056
1,112
975

1,152
1,175


1,030
1,088
1,010


660
655
670

985



530


9-10-51 76 Ir
D,

2-16-37 Ir
4-13-39
9-11-51 74



4-13-39 Ir
9-10-51 75

9-11-51 75 Ir

1-11-37 Ir
4-13-39
9-11-51 76

4-17-39 Ir
9-11-51 74


3- 8-37 Ir
4-17-39
9-11-51 76


1- 6-37 74 Ir
9-10-51 D
9-30-52 74

11-21-52 72 Ir



9-10-51 77 Ir




1


WL


WL

WL











C, WL







WL, CL


--I


I I


II I I


ill








co .n


6 1


S 4 -



b44-116-2 5. L. Westbrook 14 4 Tdp 0.2 -5.63 9-25-53 .'- $3 D

844-116.3 J, ,B Levy 1946 105 2 Tea 1.0 55.8* -18.48 9-25-53 240 9-2553 74 D
S*-19.09 1-12-54

844-116-4 W. Martin 2 Tv 2.5 31.84 4.45 LO- 2-53 13 430 10- 2.5J 75 D
3.44 1-12-54
-1.26 5- 1-56
044.116-5 J. 0, Mitchell J. 0, Mitchell 1951 20 17 It Tpb 2.0 -1.61 'n 2-:3 400 :0- 2-.J *. 0


644-116-6 H. A, Itlnmoyer Z. Hamilton 1950 72 100 2 Tdp 1.0 -3.25 10. 2-53 I
m ?

844-116-7 H. A. GCoding A. D. Rosier 1951 116 80 2 Teo .8 49.49 -11.62 10- 2-53 10 ;0- 2-33 74 D
m -12.03 1-11-54

844-116-0 G. H. Whily Heirs (0 2k Tea 2.5 39.2 -4.78 12- 2-53 390 3- 3-56 75 U
m -5.09 1-12-54
-9.40 3- 3-56
-9.85 5-11-56
844-117-1 G. E. Balms 1910 135 72 2 Tn 32.02 4.00 2- 9-37 336 4-17-39 Ir ILt
15 285 9-13-51 75
844-117-2 C. F. Lind G. M. Art 1935 67 61 3 Tdp 1.0 33.17 2.89 9-12-51 24 1-12-37 Ir WL
24 2- 9-37
28 4-17-39
15 30 9-12-51 i4
844-117-3 G. H. Iagan 1935 95 2 143 11-26-51 D

844-117-4 do. A. D. Rosier 1950 87 81 2 55 11-26-51 Ir

844-117-5 Seminole County 1925 4 Tea .5 43.90 -6.73 6-53 22 1- 6-53 P, S
-4.01 1-12-54
-9.56 4-23-56








Table 3. Continued
Casing HMeriurlng point Water level Yt Id Chloride conient





86-117-6 J.L. Dnell E. Hamiton 93 72 2 Tea .0 41. .5 76 D -3197








844-117-8 W. H. Net.bauch A L. Thompson 1953 70 65 2 Tca ,/ 64.9 -5.78 9-14-53 13 9-1-53 73 D C
-117- C.C. Hnne-0 3 To 2.2 38.93 0- -53 22 10- 2-3 7 D












844-117-12 R. L. adeno E. Hamnton 19307 6 7- 2 3 Te 1.0 5.1. -0.6. 10- 2-53 0 125 0- 3-53 75 U 3
m a..8i 1-11-54





S1 .2.3 -23-56

844-117-1 J. L. Darnall E. Hamilton 1933 51 72 2 Tadp 3.0 41.4 -6.8 1- 6-53 425 1- -53 76 W-3197
-2.18 1-12-54

844-117-7 J. Rinva A. D. Rosier 1949 115 9 9- 9-53 D

844-117-8 W. H. Heinbauech A L. Thompson 1953 78 65 2 Tea .4 44.9 -5.78 9-14-53 13 9-14-53 73 0D C









32,1 1-11-54
844-117-9 C.C. Hanner 104 3 Teo 2.2 38.93 .95 10- -53 1 22 10- 2-53 74 D


844-117-10 T. L. Wade E, Hamilton 1948? 66 2 Tan .7 50.12 -10.BO 10- 2-53 55 3- 3-56 75 U
n -11.64 1-11-54
-16.04 3- 3-56
-17.23 4-23-56

844-117-11 do. 5 1 2 Tp 3.0 -3 10- 2-53 U


844-117-12 R. Robinson G. 1930 178 3 Tv 1.0 35.03 4.17 10- 5-53 30 130 10- 5-53 74 ID
m 3.05 1-11-54 U
-2.53 4-23-56







844-117-18 JRoin LaRochEstate 5 Ta 1. 5378 -9.295 10- 5-53 2 3--56 7 U
844-117-14 M. T. Cassady M. T. Cassady l938 116 80 2 Tdp 3.0 38.69 1.0 10:?5:53 4 13 10- 5-53 74 U

844-117-15 do. 1912 15 18 1k Tea .6 -9.70 10- 5-53 U




m
844-117-16 A. Mandon 0. M. Aria 1950 8 2 Tv .8 35.24 4.44 10- 5-53 12 80 10- 5-53 74
3.32 1-11-54

844-117-17 G. Huntsinger G. Huntaingar 1936 130 85? 2 Tar 2.3 33.53 6.3 10- 5-53 13 81 10- 5-53 74 D
5.12 1-11-54
.10 5- 1-56

544-117-18 J. P. LaRoche 74 1 Tuo 1.5 53.78 -14.15 10- 6-53 24 3- 3-56 74 U WL
II __ Ij Im_ _

















k, fl, Wada


Ileinbauch A, L, Thmnpon


844-117-19



844-117-20


844-117-21


8644-118.1

844-118-2


844-118-3


844-120-1

845-106-1

845-107-1

845-107-2

845-107-3


845-107-4

845-107-5


845-107-6

845-108-1

845-108-2


Wyrick and
Darraclouuh



A, D Rosier


W. G. MacWater


P. r French

G. H. Aril



A. D. Rosier





J, L. Branch


G. H. Aril

H. J, Drepgera

Hewitt Brother.


1954


1954




1950


1945


19427

1944

19407







1916


1930?

1942

1952


Ui I nuwd






i


- 2

80? 2


U, 5, Geological
survey


R. F. Hall

0, 8. Haredy


W, E, MacWater


R, L. Humphrey

C. 0, Hart

Chase and Co,

W. ., Norton

F. Cmeron


do.

C. Stewart


N, Thomas

M. J. Dreggers

L. H, Donn


P
t




ti
f*
yJ


ji
I~r

nnI

;1a


39.23



44.05


1.0 45.6




1,' 44.29


25.38


'1.

t-i.


4, IU




.*, 7
*.593
o*S.9i


o^


-4,3I


10- V-53
3. 1.56


-5.83 I10- 6-53


-11.07




-20.03


2-20-52




2-25-52


W, H,


1 4:
* 148


131 U


73 D

75 0


5. .i34
6*20- 1&
7-30-'4

9- 9-33

to10- 5-33


10- 6-53


2- 1-54

2-20-52

2-20-52

2-20-52

2-20-52
2- 7-55



2-25-52


2-25-52

2-20-52

6-29-54


c



C



0
I, WI.


---- -r ~T 1 -I -1- -I -II I I r--


.. ...' j ;1:. ......... ..... ..... ..... .. .. .... .... ...... ( :7 y 7 :T '-K,


*'- i3


L:


* !-


,? -








Table 3. Continued
Casing Heasuring point Water level Yivld Chlorlde cunLfnt











845-109-1 W, H, Hight 76 2 Ta 0 17.7 0.36 7-30-3 2,760 73 U
m -2.78 5-25-56
8-110-1 do 8 95 2 T 16. L. 3-0-37 19 73 r


STco 16.2 1.0 3- 2 --54 1,260
7-30-
4 Si W W ., a3 1


85-108-3 M. Rotundo A. D. Rosier 1952 100 12 70- D C






845-110-1 do. 118 95 Td 16.55 3-10-37 16 1,95 -28-51 7 Ir C ,
B45-105-3m Tco 2.0 16.2 1.00 3- 2-54 1,260 7-30-54 S

-1.47 5-25-56

845-113-1 U. Hutchion H C. Lone 1929 145 100 3 Tdp .0 16.6 10.5 9- 7-51 90 1,031 2-16-37 75 Ir CWL,
1,104 4-13-39 CL
1,135 9- 7-51

845-113-2 American Fruit 24 855 11- 7-52 I r
Growers 900 12-29-56

845-113-3 do. 3 Tea .5 25.0 2.35 10-30-51 25 910 10- 3-51 74 Ir WL
o30 4- 5-52
930 9-30-52

845-113-4 M. Vacca 115 2 Tn 25.89 1.90 1-25-37 15 996 4-13-39 74 Ir
3.40 5-15-37 930 9- 7-51 D
1.29 4-13-39
Tv .1 24.75 3.55 9- 7-51

845-113-5 J. Colie 3 Tv .5 25.72 1.98 10- 3-51 50 1,025 10-30-51 75 It

845-113-6 American Fruit 2 Tv .0 2553 2.33 10-29-51 40 960 10-30-51 75 Ir
Growers

845-113-7 do. A, D. Rosier 1947 3 Tea 1.0 26.4 1.20 10-30-51 40 1,015 10-30-51 75 It
.63 2- 7-52

845-113-8 P. Hasty E. Hamilton 1 3 160 12- 4-51 D

845-113-9 0. B. Griggs A. D. Rosier 3 1 1,080 12- 4-51 75 Ir

645-113-10 J. L, Jackaon A. D. Rosier 1938 165 85? 2 TV 2.5 25.14 2.26 2- 1-52 16 1,015 2- 1-52 74 Ir WL, CL
D









Tbis 3, Contlnued
(: l ig M .rut rin ,.,inL W..li'r I l t ........



S ii. I ... .






5.12 5-*'-.6S

845-t13.12 Pope 3 Teb 1,0 19,.6 -1.30 1- -*52 9 26h 11.- ?*!2 76 Ir

84S-113-13 A, !, Tedford 3 TV ,0 22,07 1.33 ll-28*52 it 1,275 11-28-52 75 Ir
6,8 1-2#14

2.73 S-146-

;/05-113-14 J. I. Hulk e, Heailton 1953 92 88 2 To 1.0 26.2 3,05 10- 2-53 30 640 ,0* 2-i3 /3 D
m 1.79 1-21-

845-113-15 J. L, Juchson 19301 228 011 3 TV 1.0 17,71 8.3 3- 955 64 1,250 6* 95 5 I4 r






a 7.7 2-24-36
6.82 5-14-56
845-113-16 do. 1930 101 4 T3 1.0 1 7.66 18.0 8- 9-55 15 1,260 8- 9-55 75 Ir

845-114-1 H. Nickel Halto2 19 51 128 t0 13 2852 21 12- 3-51 D
6,8 1-21-54













845-114-2 Sarape ioor llrse, H. C. Long 1923 14P 90 24 12- 3-51 D
Inc.
45-114-3 L. Whte 2 2. 13 12- -51 -


845-114-4 E. V. Byrd A. D. Roleer 1946 90 ;. 59 12- 4-51 D
845-113145 J. HusArnold H l 115 90 8 3 Tea -1. 7.06.2 2.06 102- 51 30 640 12- 4-51 74 Z C
2.72 1-21-54
845-1134-6 cke ur chion n 1930 26 140 3 Tv 10171 3 8- 955 64 120 9-3-53 73 Ir C
0 7.7 2-24-56
6.82 5-14-56

845-113-16 do. 1930? 101 4 It 1.0 17.66 8.0 8- 933 1 5 1.260 8- 9-55 75 Zr








845-115-1 S. eiceln A. a.Rolloe 1951 1285 11-21 -51 D
845-114-2 lerepta Ruo? If'se, H. C. Long 1923 14C 90- -- -- 24 12- 3-51 0
Inc.





845-115-2 L.C. Sht rly G. Hodge 1949 131 102 2 16 11-21-51 D

845-114-43 J. enrdo 0. French 1942 10100 2 5 10 -21-51 D
845-114-5 0. OV. Arnold 115 90? 3 Tea -1.0 27.0 2.06 12- 4-51 30 460 12- 4-51 74 Zr C
2.72 1-21-54

845-114-6 H. Nickel I. H=mlcton 1946 140 82 2 16 1-31-33 73 Zr C

845-115-1 8. gesling A. P. Rosier 1951 115 2 2- I.11-21-51 0

U45-115-2 L. C. Simerly M. 0. Hodges 1949 131 102 2 66 1- 66 1-21-51 D

843-115-3 J. A. Benson F. F. French 19421 120 100 2 1-0 -U D- -

845-115-4 Merlwether E. Hlmilton 1944 140 91 3 150 1l-2- S
....~ < -- ^ -








Table 3. Continued
C.i. Lig Misv.urlng pinllt W,Lt.r luvel YlrId Chluridu conLu.n
V
-1




&- 9 o


845-115-5 S. Cowan E. Bruer 1940 150 2 'r:r U. -10.73 1-20-54 30' 11-21-51 D
845-115-6 oss 2 72 12- 3-51 D

845-115-7 L. L. Myers A. D. Rosier 1941 127 2 100 2-25-5 D C

845-116-1 P. Widener do. 1940 1b -.- 50 11-19-51 D

845-116-2 F. Hudaeo F. F. French 1951 153 07 2 48 11-19-51 D

845-116-3 C. J. Coleman A. D. Rosier 1940 13 2 76 11-21-51 73 Zr

845-116-4 C. W. Baker E. Hamilton 15 1 2 70 11-21-51 D, S

845-116-5 do. P. Eggers 1930 120 45 2 .- 84 11-21-51 S

845-116-6 H. GUisrap A. D. Rosier 1949 85 2 T .0 38.80 -7.82 11-21-5 70 11-21-51 D


845-116-7 W. F. Buckner A. Jones 1937 192 72 2 Tn 30.64 2.1 2-24-37 49 11-21-51 r
3.0 4- 7-37
3.0 5-20-37

845-116-8 do. A. D. Rosier 1951 100 84 2 62 11-21-51 D

845-116-9 do. do. 1950 80 78 2 70 12-17-51 D


845-116-10 City of Sanford 1 12 60 12- 5-51 P CL

845-116-11 do. 51 12- 5-51 P CL

845-116-12 0. G. Herring, Jr. 22 8 5 Te 1.0 44.66 -15.17 10- 1-51 U


845-116-13 A. E. Wie Wera s A. D. Rosier 1938 90 2 Tt 1.0 32.05 3.05 9-25-53 12 90 9-25-53 74 D
2.49 .1-12-54

845-116-14 J. H. Wynn J. II. Wynn 1908 18 2 Tr 1.5 -5.70 9-25-53 -
"4'1- o o 90 8 8 2 01-75




















8451-1t5 ll, Hern


845-1171L G, L, SU~nn

845-117-2 A, Humphrey

845-117-3 A. Conner

845.117-4 0. I, Carter

845.117-5 A. W. Ipps

845-117-6 City of Sanford


845-117-7 do.

.45-117-8 do.


845-117-9 do.


845-117-10 A. B. Peterson


845-117-11 C. L. Wheeler


845-117-12 L. Carter


845-117-13 J. Vajgl


845-117-14 A Peterson


845-118-1 C. KrYueer


., Hamilton


A. D. Rosier

A. Jones



C. Hamilton


A. 0. Rosler




A. D. Rosier





J. Stewart


A. D. Rosier


B. lamilton


do.


do.


F. Jones
F. F. French


1952


1953


1919
1954


135 96
4701 -


.7.bl 3. Contall d I ___ .-


|'
Hi


-1 5

-1.5


2.0
,3

.5


1.0


1.2


-8.8


A.r l
4 -


31, 12


36.00


41
39.12

45.32


44.8


48.08


AP


-4.25 1-23 -'.. .,


S- 43

S43

S43

S 44
350


1.32


-4.42


-9.68


-7.67


-8.95
-6.89


10-31-51


11-26-51


5-21-52


10-27-52


9-30-53
10-:4-53


56.04 -11.26 11-24-54


1~~~~1.33 11-3 522- -- -- = -


r 1--7-~-r -1 r r





i!i


-*-clrc-~----. --7--------,----------.


7 -- ---- --


-- ---


112*2354




11-1.51



11-19-51

11-27-51

4- 3-52


12- 5-51

12- 5-51


12- 5-51
4- 3-52

10-31-51


11-28-51


2-27-55


10-27-52


2-14-55


9-14-51


W-3522












CL


CL

V-4021
CL




K. C, WL


W-255


WL


W-2789


W-3192


CIsaln


Mri,4,ring 1100%nt


f l, l11








Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level YLeld Chloride concenL
Q^







845-118-2 J.. Thompson 1915 15 30 Tea 1.0 -8.58 5-21-52 -

845-118-3 A. B. Peterson E. Hamilton 1953 89 70 2 Tea 1.0 48.3 -10.38 1-3-53 10 2-25-54 D C
2 s a t




S-9.98 1-1-53 -3191
845-113-2 J.5 M.hompson 1913 -is 3 Ten S.0 -8.58 5-21-52




845-119-1 H. Pugh H. Pugh 1934 61 68 3 Tco .0 56.71 -12.44 11- 7-51 7 11- 5-54 75 U C, WL


845-119-2 Andrew & Yerian A. Jones 1937 .84 60 2 Tea .5 57.82 -16.75 9-14-51 U W


845-119-3 C. Krueger F. PF. French 1954 212 72 4 Tea 1.0 54.25 -13.67 5- 4-54 10 5- 4-54 75 P W-3210
-14.27 11-24-54

845-120-1 H. Pugh H. Pugh 1950 105 57 2 11 11- 7-51 D

845-120-2 P. Bisell A. L. Thompson 1949 120 65 2 8 11- 7-51 D

845-120-3 do. F. F. French 1947 85 72 3 Tea .5 73.31 -30.82 11- 9-51 U E WL.
m

845-120-4 1 s 14 li Tca 3.5 -3.81 12-11-53 U


845-121-1 F. A. Dyson E. Hamilton 1952 48 31 2 Tdp .2 49.59 -9 5-28-52 D V-2655

845-121-2 E. 0. Fawcett G. Hodgos 1953 148 73 2 11 12-11-53 D C
9 2- 4-55
845-122-1 A. Fits E. Hamilton 1952 97 92 2 Tca 1.5 58.7 -33. 2-22-52 13 2-22-52 73 D C
Te 1.3 58.53

846-108-1 B. Rennett P. Webb 1923 96 50 2 Tea 1.5 19.21 -6.44 10- 755 435 2-20-52 72 D C

846-109-1 H. Wiht 2 Tca 1.0 17.8 .56 7-30-54 1,440 7-30-54 U

846-109-2 do. 63 2 Tea .5 15.2 -2.40 5-25-56 1,360 7-30-54 75 S
8 1 F A ..... ...................2..59................







Tells So Coittau__


C4. ba IEU44u1L56 p@&iii W.~wr lsvsi [Chic~rij, 'a4.~ IlL


846-112 1


S, t kll


846-112,2 L. 0, Hunter

846-112-3 Chase & Co.




846-112-4 J. Caoron


846-112-5 1. Camron


846-112-6

846-112-7


Chase 4 Co.


R. F. Cooper


846-112-8 C. S. Nicks

846-112-9 J. Corley


846-112-10 R. F. Cooper


846-112-11 E. Cameron, Jr.


.! L

4 | 1' i I tl dIL
-4. ? ? As A I. .:a

_i _L_ J- !_1 i __ i


H, C.


Mahoney-Walker


A D Roier


0. Rosler


19101


180 110 3


190 112


150 90 3


126 93 2

110 80 2


1,5 17.63

15.20




1.0 17.69


1.0 19.11


1.0 11.41


18.79


.9 19.17

.5 19.13


16.97


LL.6

3,23

10,0
9,75
10.00
9.75
8,40

3.15


5.L


13.0

3.4
6.05
5.98
5.90
4.21


5.10
5.51
2.00

7.3
8.0
4.30

4.53


Ii

ii
31


9L
&.


94 .63


948
1,105

825

908
956
995


900
928
850

836
952
880

765
810

780
792
715


770

965


10-22-S1

9. 7-51

2-16-37
4-13-39
10-29-51


2-16-37
4-13-39
10-30-51

2-16-37
4-13-39
9- 7-51

10-29-51
2- 2-55

2-16-37
4-13-39
9- 7-51


5-14-52

11-21-52


lb.232.l

5-17-56

2*16-37
4- 1-37
6.12-37
7-14-37
4-13-39

5-17-56


9. 7-51


10-29-51

1-25-37
2-16-37
6-15-37
7-14-37
4-13-39


11-21-52
1-21-54
5-15-56

11-21-52
1-21-54
5-14-56

7-21-54


C, ,WI
CL


t1-2650


74 In

74 Zr


74 Ir


A 6
is


T~-


840 11-21-52


750 7-21-54








Chtirls I, -n.tns


C4s(ng


aOd4urlni poing


WJtor lovlk








Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level YLuid Chloride conLten


a -2.63 1-21 54














-6.21 5-15-g6
0IW. I '! J0

S- 3.50 3- 36
a Sa a 5
f iwZ w w a u 5 ca e u
a 0' tC o0 64 tn U a
i t- .MU A U a o6
W' a a J B -E 1- Ie a 1 a ,
A a M C A M i >

846-113-1 R. B. Chapman Mahoney-Walker 1920? 3 395 1- 7-52 73 Zr


846-113-2 L. C. Hunter 1027 2 a 1.0 -4.76 1- 7-52 -


846-113-3 do. A n 158 -0 3 Tea 1.0 27.49 -3.79 1- 7-52 725 2- 7-55 75 U C
Gro s -2.63 1-21-54
-4.49 2- 7-55
-6.21 5-15-56

846-113-4 do. 4 Tt 1.0 23.07 .60 7-52 25 720 1- 7-52 74 Ir
S

846-113-5 J. Blakenship 110 3 Tr 1.0 25.25 -1.28 1- 7-52 540 3- 3-56 74 Ir
m -3.50 3- 3-56
-3.80 5-15-56

846-113-6 J. A. llsworth d 104 90? 2 160 4-28-52 Ir
D

846-113-7 American Fruit 230 110 3 Tt 2.0 27.20 -2.84 11- 7-52 -. 890 11- 7-52 74 Ir
Growers m -1.88 1-21-54
-5.32 5-15-56

846-114-1 C. R. Kirkley 1926 60 1l 8 12- 3-51 0

846-114-2 M. Hodgkin A. D. Rosier 1943 150 100 2 10 12- 4-51 D

846-115-1 J. T. Hickson M. B, Hodges 1948 116 2 325 11-20-51 D

846-115-2 W. Coleman 125 2 63 11-20-51 D

846-115-3 J.F. Abbott A. D. Rosier 1935 120 2 64 11-20-51 0

846-115-4 G. A. Jones do. 1947 92 60? 2 60 11-21-51 V

846-115-5 W. H. Thomas F. F. French 1947 198 2 126 11-21-51 D

846-115-6 C. C. Howard A. Jones 1932 120 93 2 75 12- 3-51 D









Table 3. Coctinued _n__________r_____--,- --- -- --------n
SC'ilt1 l u.w ur in. prin l Ptl Vw vr Ivvvl YIL id ChldrlitJ cu.~itni

IL.
1,, ii -



i E L s | -





846-115-7 A, B, Wllace A. P. Roster 1946 125 1001 11 69 12- 3*- 5 D

846-115-8 C. Smith, Jr. do. 1935 1201 2 15 12- 4-51 D

846-115-9 H. 8. Horn. do. 1951 115 97 2 115 12- 4-51 D
846-115-10 C, H. MHog I, Hamilton 1943 158 105 2 U

846-115-11 A. Michels A. L. Thompson 1950 103 2 .- 65 12- 3-51 D
846-115-12 A. D. Abram H. C. Hodges 1952 133 109 2 L 0.0 55.0 -27.0 5-12-52 65 5-12-52 D W-2651
846-115-13 W. W. Line 115 2 15 11- 7-52 D
046-115-14 do. E. Hamlton 1951 145 90 2 Tea .5 56.21 -27.9 11- 8-52 83 11- 8-52 74 Ir W-2799
846-115-15 U. 8. Navy A. D. Rolser 1956 188 108 10 l To 1.5 64.5 -33.25 6-27-56 500 310 11-29-56 74 P W-4022

846-115-16 do. do. 1956 196 129 10 Tcb 1.5 66 -37 7- 3-56 500 350 11-29-56 75 P
350 11-29-56
350 11-29-56
350 12-30-56
350 12-30-56

846-116-1 T. R. Alford 8. Hamilton 1950 90 2 180 11- 5-51 -

846-116-2 A. Mrcenille M. G. Hodges 1950 155 2 205 11- 9-51 75 Ir
846-116-3 D. K. Allen 1947 90 507 2 160 4-28-52 Ir

846-116-4 H. Worn 1947 93 2 270 11- 9-51 D

846-116-5 W. Real 3. Hamilton 1938 102 102 2. 410 11- 9-51 D

846-116-6 C. etherington A. Arie 1947 125 100 2 4. 3- 5 270 11- 9-51 D

846-116-7 .H.. Freise 2 It l 5 75 11- 9-51 D
35 11-29-56







Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level Ylvld Chloride cunLLnL




-11-8 ra E Hailon 951 98 2 125 11-20-5 D
8 61 a R r




846116-11 do. 0 8 o 1.5 45.0 -9.35 10- 1-51 345 2- -5 7 U C

846-117-1 B. Green 12 2 80 -51 D









846-118-2 W. Collingvood F. F. French 1943 112 3 15 11- 7-51 D
86-118-3 W. O. Bridges 1925 144 2 13 11- 7-51 D
846-118-4 J. M Irah E. Hamilton 1948 150 90 2 12 11- 5-51 D C

846-L18-5 R. Chase CentSra Florida 1954 13 83 To 2.0 63.8 293 9-21-5 13 11-1-5 75 D -3537










846-118-6 S. Chase do. 1955 183 63 4 Tea .5 48.12 -8.62. 11-16-54 20 11-16-54 D C
8461160 Ciy o Sno J. Rhn 47.23 -10.8 1-14-55 58 5 W CL3523









-13.20 6-20-56
846-118-7 Phillips do. Ha on 107 78 2 To 1. 45.5078 -7.95 10- 6-51 9 12- 6-55 73 D -308
846-117-1 B. Green 125 2 18- 10 11- 5-51 D








Properes846-118-1 Ch nv 12 11- 7-51

846-118-2 J. Collgiaooms do F.1954 98 11 2 Too .5 -474 -85 2-22-5 1 12-2 7-51 7- D 307

846-118-9 Phillips do. 1925 108 80 2 Tco .- 4-04 -7.5 2-22- 10 1--5 D -306
846-118-4 J. Meosch E. Hamilton 1948 150 90 2 12 11- 5-51 D C







Well DrProperll.68 10-11-54

846-118-6 Chas10 do. racy Plu & 1955 250 92 Teao .0 47.63 -9.3 12-2-5 11-16-54 D C02
B -10.8 1-14-55 U-3523




Pup -913.20 6-28-56
846-118-7 Phillips E. Hamilton 1954 107 78 2 Tco 1.0 48.78 -7.95 12- 6-54 9 12- 6-54 73 D W-3408
Properties a

846-118-8 J. H. Williams do. 1954 98 68 2 Tco -.5 47.74 -8.5 12-22-54 10 12-22-54 74 D W-3407

846-118-9 Phillips do. 1954 108 80 2 Tco .5 45.04 -7.5 12-22-54 10 12-22-54 D W-3406
Properties

846-118-10 do. Traecy Plumbing & 1955 250 92 6 Teo 1.0 47.63 -9.34 12-22-55 P W-4025
Pumps m -9.20 12-28-55

846-119-1 Mayfair Country 22 30 Tr .5 -17.33 11- 6-51 D
Club m








Table 3, Contnuoed

_^^ __ -------
C..in MJ ,.! ur i I,,int ., I I I ri J, Ii 'IL


5 a E

A ..9 6




Co. r

846-119-3 N, C. Halen 1301 2 9 2- 1-54 75 P C

846-119-4 Mayfair Country Farm & Home 1953 i0 10 0 Tr. 1.0 59.64 .21.19 5- 6-54 800 12 5- 6-54 75 Ir
Club Machine* 21.20 5- 7-54
-22.24 10-21-55
846-121-1 B. F. Can&i E. Hamilton 1953 79 10 2 9 12-14-53 D

846-121-2 C. Heyman do. 1956 192 74 4 Tco 2,0 81.78 -41.75 5- 8-56 Ir
a -41.75 5- 9-56
846-122-1 Boy Scouts of A. D, Rosier 1946 125 3 Tt 2.0 64.1 -18.10 10-29-51 8 2-25-54 D C W
America

846-123-1 C. N. Jones 81 2 Tea 1.5 58.11 -15.40 12-15-53 11 12-15-53 74 U
-15.67 1-13-54
-16.64 2-25-54
-18.59 10-11-55
-19.07 11-23-55
846-123-2 70 2 Tea 2.5 60.09 -17.24 12-15-53 8 8-11-55 75 U WL
m
847-103-1 B. Caudill G., Arie 1951 80 70 2 2,635 10-30-51 73 U

847-103-2 R. Till i J. Lord 1954 34 31 1L Tea 3.9 -12.66 6-28-54 84 6-28-54 75 D


847-103-3 do. 1952 13 1% Tea 3.5 -7.38 6-28-54 13 3- 2-54 D C


847-104-1 U. S. Navy 1942 141 4 Tea .5 21.7 -8.69 12- 4-51 1,115 12- 4-51 U E WL


847-104-2 Forest Products 19251 27. 1 62 2-25-52 D
Corp.







Tabl 3 utnr ---- ----- -- -- ---------------- --- ---- --l__________ -
ClsLnl H Mr.iurlin point WilLer level Y'irl d ChLurld, c.nlli..i



meno Corp.

7-17-1 P. Camen 7 161 9 70 8- 2- 75








-4.68 2- 2-5o 750 2- 2-5 76,
-4.87 10- 6-55
-7.15 6-25-5 6
.f f 3 Os s E is M. 0 C



: i .6 3 I Z 0- 6 -55




847-108-1 Sem le Con C. 1952 33 2 Te 1.0 7.03 -3.2 10- 2-54 7,90 9- 2-56 75 D

-4.87 10- 6-55
-7.15 6-25-56

847-107-2 do.. T or L. 2 -1.0 8.65 3.06 9- 2-54 3,190 9- -54 7 D
1.43 10- 6-55

847-110-1 Secanole ounD y Ie C. Lone 195 833 2 Tr 1.0 7.03 3.02 10- 2-54 4 7,950 -9 2-54 74 D
S S.etertson A Hoc. 2.63 2- 2-55 7,700 2- 2-55 73
4.55 10-10-55
.26 6-25-56

847-109-1 S. Taylor L. DeLon0 -T 1 8- 30 15 3,100 2-19-52 0













.43 5-16-56
847-110-1 Saeoe Rd. Dpt A. Roeor 1945 82 63 2 T 0.0 21. 11.8 2-19-5 40 1,370 2-19-52 74 C WL


847-112-1 L. A. Brumley Mahoney 1916 80 48 2 TIe -.5 19.1 4.75 9- 7-51 7 575 9- 7-51 74 Zr WL, CL

847-112-2 S. Peters H. C. Long 1929 203 107? 3 Tv 1.0 15.26 9.5 12-51 80 1,045 2-51 74 r C


847-112-3 B. Back 3- S Tv .5 18.92 2.76 12-14-51 25 1,045 12-14-51 Ir
4.54 1-21-54

847-112-6 R. lcrlwether 2 2 Too .0 20.26 2.06 12-14-51 15 750 12.14-51 74 Ir
estato' 2.85 2- 7-52
3.66 1-21-54
.31 5-16-56

847-112-5 do. D- 13 Tv .5 20.30 2.77 2-14-51 50 630 12-14-41 74
3.25 2- 7-52
.75 5-16-56

847-112-6 E. M, Callowny 2 Tv 1.0 19.0 3.95 12-14-51 1 750 12-14-51 Tr
Bataa" 2U5 2 7-I







Table 3, C'a"inne d _. ". .. _. ._ "" .... ..




i0 2 3 ,6 I t *
-5 4 85 -20- r .
b0I *0* 4 ? S




*!3* J. erbs ,4a 110 4 T4- 2 0.9 .67 1 .-3-7 63- 2-163

SI J95 i i -37




0.40 5-19-37
Sl 247 122-21-1
.I.1- ;. Macr A. D. .i 5 13.13 .0.8 354 50 2 3
S0.4 2.2337 -22*b
10.1 S-19-54 45 85 .!20-% "3













2.15
:10.0 h-W-54 44 73

i 84713-i C. lerbLs 110 4 T 20.9. .67 1.2-37 634 2.16-31 I
'.95 Z-16i-37
3.40 5-19-37
S47-113-5 d d D- Ror 194 177 100 3 Tea 1.0 21.76 2.39 12-10-51 30 520 12- h-3: ;4 tr
4-113-60 7.3 2.6 2.47 12-21-51
0 1.50 2t 1 -S 2
3 -1.37 5-22-56

847-113-3 J. Cwro 2 T .0 17.87 5.7 12- 6-51 30 12- 6-51 *3 r
4.50

2.15
847-113-49 o. 12 2 h5 12-0-:1 Ir

847-113-5 do. 211 6 Tt 1.0 lU.36 4.60 12-10-11 40 570 L2-:u-i :0 1' C WIL
I* 5 10- '-52
395 b-.5-36
: 847-113-6 do. 206 6 Tea 7.3 25.61 .37 2-16-5i3 60 5S0 12-10-:- W.


1 *847-113-7 do. L .0 4.21 12-10-51 595 ti2-li--. -I-.
i 847-113-8 do. 3 640 ;2-0-: Ii.
;, ': :655 4-2. -
8'/ : 647-113-9 do. .- 3 :2 A--;,-2 I.i.
S847-113-10 do. 6 0 ..-- '; 2? -

847-113-11 do. _E. IHamlton 1942 119 117 4 t6 4-j -- In .
' ; ; '





r
I :

,.






:j .!











P::
r,

1'1

,

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Ir~~r



iii






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;





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,i


Table 3. Continued
CAsing MHeauring point Water level YLvId Chluride CUniLLfl



Sa so 5. "
S45 2 82



4.35 2- 852
S2.94 2- 8-52 120
e a4.28 1 21-54



1.75 5-21-56

847-113-13 C.hase J. Coter. 1501 Tdp 2.0 .5 23.1 .11 12-11-51 3518 685 12-11-51 74 Ir



847-113-14 do. TV 1.5 19.8 1.65 12-11-51 20 565 12-11-51 74 'Ir
3.66












867-113*1u R. er'vethe" 5 570 e-28-52 In


847-113-19 do. 19257 570 -2-52 In
T47V1 19.05 1.51 0 25

847-113-15 k. W. Fits A. D. Roier 1942 179 90 3 Tv .5 20.23 2.92 12-11-51 12 550 12-11-51 74 Ir
S2.94 2- 8-52 12
4.28 1-21-54
.35 5-21-56

847-113-16 Ch. Meri o er 192 5 2 Trp -.5 23.16 .1.1 12-11-51 35 565 12-11-51 74 ID
1.52 1-21-54
847-113-17 do. 4 Teb .0 22.09 1.18 12-12-51 30 650 12-12-51 74 Ir W

847-113.18 R. Meriwethtr 5 I 570 4-28-52 In
Estate

847-113-19 do. 1925? 570 4-28-52 In

847-113-20 do. 1925? 2 0- 600 4-28-52 In

847-113-21 J. Corley I T3 Tdp .0 22.50 1.25 10- 1-52 25 560 12-12-51 74 Ir CWL, CL

847-113-22 do. il D R 3 Tt .5 23.08 .59 12-12-51 25 580 12-12-51 74 Ir WL
m 610 4- 5-52

847-113-23 J. Charbse 3 TV 1.0 20.61 2.34 12-12-51 30 780 12-12-51 74 Ir
3.70 1-21-54
*.20 5-16-56

847-113-241 C. J. Marlwath 1951 V 2 Tr .5 25.14 -1051 12-12-51 3 615 12-12-51 74 D
S d I 5 2 -3.981 5-16-516


i:








Tat I* 3,,wCrnnlnur


H ...


C47-113-25 W. A.


Adams


847-113-26 M. Robinson


a47-113-27 Chase & Co.

847-113-28 H. Knight


847-113-29


847-113-30 8. J. IlHuhes

847-113-31 D. Collins


847-114-1

:-7-114-2

047-114-3


847-114-4


847-114-5


U. S. Navy

G. W. Thomas

Chase & Co.


R. Davis


C. Thomas


847-114-6 M. Aytch


847-114-7


W. H. Bagley


H. ., H cd.es




H. G, Hodges


do.


A. D. Rosier

Libby & Freeman




H. G. Hodges














M. G. Hodges


- W. H. Bagley


7 42

270 2


Tco 0 .5 27.5


1.0 28.44


1.0 25.42




1.0 22.44


-1.5 26.1


2.0 34.5



1.0 28.74


i -

It jt^ .
; L I= 2. '

E E ?I i t
;I- .
.-. .:.a _


- I -I r 7-


1- 7-52
1- 7-52
1-21-54

4-2B-52
1-20-54


-5.21
-3.61
-1.56

-4.41
-3.59






-1.55
-4.85



1.06
.26
-1.14
.40



-3.12

-4.99
-9.10

-1.14
-4.35

-8.18
-7.21
-12.55

-3.66
-8.02

-1.58


300 11- 6-52


200 11- 6-52

645 10-28-54


12- 3-51

3- 3-56

4-21-52
6-25-56

4-21-52


4-28-52


10-27-52


10-28-52


I
,'.,

9;;
ii
~ v
rl


E
W-1973







C









W-2790


' '


11- 6-52
5-22-56



10-28-54
2-14-56
2-24-56
12- 1-56



12-12-51

2-23-54
5-24-56

4-21-52
5-24-56

4-28-52
1-20-54
5-22-56

10-28-52
5-22-56

10-28-52





'


I I I I I I I I I


1- 7-52



4-28-52


4-28-52







Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water level Yild Chloride content









847-114-8 M. Green G. Hodese 1952 120 105 2 Tca 0.0 !29,74 -5,3 10-30-52 510 10-30-52 75 D. W-279
W llers S
87-11- Anderson do. 1951 117 94 2 0 11-28-1 Ir
O w sac a 1oJ6 s e
4j w we e 4 a

7-5 A. Cahoun do 1951 137 113 2 1 11-28 r

87-115-6 Shrard do 1950 119 109 2 112 11-2-1 r
41 u u u a me a wu ea E &.










847-115*7 C. E 0 1 00 2215 11-28-51 Ir
847-115-8 G C. Harden A.D. Roser 1944 250 2 90 4-21-52 74 In
87-5-9 Fav e a on 192 1 0 2 a 8.9 23.6 6- -2 2-2- r
87-11-1 C.. ker 4 Tea 2.0 .0 9 .76 1- 37 -
847-114-8 M. Grean H. G. Hodges 1952 120 105 2 Tea 0.0 29.74 -5.3 10-30-52 510 10-30-52 75 D. W2793
-4.66 1-21-56

847-114-9 G. C. Horden Central Florida 1952 255 98 12 Tea 1.5 37.67 -11.36 10-28-54 920 405 5-17-56 74 Ir W-2722
Well Drillers s

847-115-1 I. I. atridge M. G. Hodges 1951 178 163 2 100 11-28-51 Ir

847-115-2 M. Provus do. 1951 196 191 2 Too .5 41.18 7.65 11-28-51 -


847-115-3 W. Stamper do. 1950 131 106 2 105 11-28-51 Ir

847-115-4 0. Anderson do. 1951 117 94 2 40 11-28-51 Ir

847-115-5 J. A. Calhoun do. 1951 137 113 2 165 11-28-51 Ir C

847-115-6 P. Shirard do. 1950 11909 2 112 11-28-51 -

847-115-7 C. Ironides do. 1950 135 111 2 215 11-28-51 -

847-115-8 G. C. Harden A. D. Rosier 1944 250 2 90" 4-21-52 74 In

847-115-9 H. Faville B. Hamilton 1952 154 109 2 Tea .5 48.93 -23.65 6- 4-52 94 2-23-54 Ir C
m W-2657

847-116-1 C. W. Baker 4 Tea 2.0 41.30 -9.76 11- 5-51 37 11- 5-51 S WL

847-116-2 W. Lamb 1939 118 2 Tea .0 48.77 -19-72 11-20-51 148 2- 7-55 75 U WL


847-116-3 ZB. Ratliff M. G. Hodges 1951 148 116 3 160 11-28-51 Ir

847-116-4 J. M. Watkins do. 1951 154 100 2 r

847-116-5 W. W. Hartley do. 1951 143 96 2 250 11-28-51 Ir

847-116-6 L. Dangerfield 150 2 250 4-10-52 72 D C

R47-116-1 J. 0. Andes 86 2 41 5-12-52 D







Table 3, Conalnued
C4sing HMdturini pint Wr9ar lIvol Yl id Cnli.ridu cunnti








1847-116-8 Cty of Sanford M. Hodlges 1952 171 80 2 Tca 16O 31,33 -6.1 L1-11-.52 280 5-21-52 74 U E
a 43 2I 4 O












847-116-12 Seminole County 3 390 11-18-52 75 Ir

847-117*L Americn Fruit 127 2 Te .5 31.02 5.5 10- 2.51 20 4.54 1-20*37 Ir Si
Growers as 18 675 10- 2-51
87-117-2 D. Teston H. 0 Hods 1950 147 112 2 2 11 5-51 D










847-117-4 JT, V. Cook 12.5f 2Il -.8 11- .5-.51 D. 5
847-116-8 CiJ.y of Sanford Hodges 1952 171 80 2 Tea 1.0 31,329 -6.5 4-1-52 130 5-21-52 74 U D
























Tr ,9 28,1 .10 6-18-56
W-2652, WL

847-116-9 do. do, 1952 206 B2 2 Tea 1.0 32.85 -.92 5-27-52 295 5-27-52 75 U W2660, WL
847-116-10 do do. 1952 175 85 12 L .0 31.01 -- 800 255 5-27-52 P W-2654

847-116-11 J. LBcy Ha. Lon 1952 122 93 2 Tvo -1.5 31.82 -6.48 5-30-51 4 9 5-30-52 73 D r W-2656
1* 43 2- 4-55

847-116-12 Seminole County -. -. 3 390 11-18-52 75 Ir
School Board

847-117-1 American Fruit 127 2 Tt .5 31.02 5.5 10- 2-51 20 454 1-20-37 Ir WL
Growers a 18 475 10- 2-51

847-117-2 D. W. Teaton H. 0. Hodges 1950 147 112 2 21 11- 5-51 D

847-117-3 J. Mansfleld 1945 56 50 2 11 11- 5-51 D

847-117-4 J. W. Cook 1251 18 11- 5-51 D, S

847-117-5 H. G. Lundquist H. 0. Lundquist 1915 74 70 1k 18 11- 5-51 73 D

847-117-6 R. P. Risar V. Williaa? 165 2 14 11- 5-51 D

847-117-7 W. Person H. G. Hodges 1950 142 100 2 14 11- 5-51 D

847-117-8 J. J. Cate. A. D, Roslirl 1944 140 2 Tv .0 29 2.5 4-10-52 130 4-10-52 74 D
Tr .9 28.1 .10 6-18-56

847-117-9 W. Jeffrion 109 2 Tea 1.5 35.5 -.05 4-11-52 15 4-11-52 72 D
m 1.05 1-20-54

847-117-10 J. Edwardi M. C. Hodges 1948 110 2 Tea .0 32.1 1.81 4-11-52 35 4-11-52 73 D
2.95 1-20-54

847-117-11 L, Butner H. C. Long 1940 216 98 4 Tv .5 32.04 3.65 4-14-52 585 4-14-52 76 Ir
4.61 1-20-54
1.95 11-22-55






nable tinued
Casing Measuring point Water level YLvtd Chloride cunLtnt

". I-a

-










847-117-14 American Frut H.C. Lons 1955 151 90 3 T: -1.3 29.93 3.0 11-21-55 50 u470 15-18-55 76 ur &-&020
847-118-1 W. P k 0 -- 12 1- 5-1 75






847-118-2 G. Cson Hamilton 194 110 2 Ta .f5 508 -10.5 11- -51 11 11- 6-51 D L








847-118-3 B. F, Mhortr A, D. Roer 1942 185 2 10 11- 6-5 a D
87-118-4 T es 191 2 11 11- 6-51 D
87-118-5 T, Bo_____ Halon 19.5 100 2 s 14 11- 6-51 __
847-117-12 City of Sanford M. G. Hodge 1951 154 6 Tea -1.0 45.56 -14.17 5-22-52 46 5-22-52 Ir
-12.36 1-20-54

847-117-13 C. M. Grit A H Rosier 1950 99 2 Tr 1.5 45.03 -10.97 5-28-52 15 5-29-52 73


847-117-14 American Fruit H. C. Long 1955 151 90 3 Tt -1.3 29.93 3.0 11-21-55 50 470 11-18-55 76 Ir W-4020
Growers m

847-118-1 W. A. Patrick 60 2 12 11- 5-51 75 D

847-118-2 G. Covaon B. Hamilton 1944 110 8 2 Tea .5 50.48 -10.56 11-6-51 11 11- 6-51 D WL

847-118-3 B. F. McWhorter A. D. Rosier 1942 186 2 To -5 -12.73 11- 6-51 -- ID

847-118-4 T. Noon M. G Hodges 1951 135 2 2- 11 11-6-51 -

847-118-5 T. Bolly E. Hamilton 1945 1001 2 2- 14 6-51 -

847-118-6 C. G. McWatters A. D, Rosier 1946 99 2 Tr .0 44.10 -8.31 5-22-52 D
n Tea .3 43.85 -6.09 1-20-54

847-118-72 Levy Hamilton 1952 105 82 2 T 2.0 46.36 -9.25 1- 112- 1 1-1-53 72 D C
W-3196

847-118-8 M. A. Evans E. Hamilton 1954 72 68 2 Tea 1.0 53.92 -13.28 12- 1-54 10 11-30-54 74 0 W-3583
m

847-119-3 B. d F. WhorA.- D Rosier 1949 150 8 Tco -5.05 -12.73 11- 6-51 Ir
-13.35 2- 6-52
-12.58 4- 3-52
-13.90 5-10-52
-12.69 11-24-52

847-119-2 F. M. English do. 1943 128 2 10 12- 8-53 D C
847-119-3 do. 103 2 Tea .5 65.08 -22.72 12- 8-53 U
O -23.31 1-13-54
-24.57 2-25-54
-25.26 5- 6-54
-25.25 5- 7-54








Table 3. (ant-nued ___
C4asng Heo4uring p.int Watcr level Yilrd ChlorLde concvnr









847-120-1 P. R. Fletcher A. D. Roster 1947 114 80 3 Tcp 0.0 80,89 -38,58 12- 8-53 7 12- 8-53 D
S-39.25 1-13-54
-42,33 10-21-55

847-120-2 M. M. McKendree F. F. French 1947 85 70 2 5 12- 9-53 D,

847-120-3 0. Setch A. 0. Rosier 1946 91 75? 2 rv .5 75.36 -16.42 12- 9-53 10 12- 9-53 75 D, S

847-121-1 C, 1. Hague -1 21 4 Tea .5 -* 10.50 12- 9-53 U


847-121-2 B. D. lms 7. F. French 1950 99 2 9 12-15-53 D
7 2- 4-55

847-122-1 V, oRally Strange 18 1 Tea 1.5 50.91 -6.30 12-14-43 10 12-14-53 74 D
-8.26 10-14-55

847-122-2 C. W. Hawke H. G. Hodges 1947 137 113 2 Tea 1.0 59.28 -16.73 12-15-53 8 2-27-56 Itr JL

847-123-1 H. V. Little E. Hamilton 1948 136 2 -. 10 10-31-52 D C

847-123-2 Seminole County 28 1k Tea 1.0 55.83 -7.00 12-14-53 U
School Board a

848-112-1 State Road Dept. 2 L 6.0 13.9 6.1 9- 6-51 370 9- 5-51 74 D
848-112-2 Sanford Boat A. D. Roser 163 2 Tt 1.4 9.16 20 3-10-37 In C r,
Works Tn 9.87 13.00 3-10-37 572 4-13-39 D
445 9- 6-51

848-113-1 Mrs. J. S. Moore till Lumber Co. 1915 -2 Tv 1.0 19.01 5.4 12- 6-51 12 585 12- 6-51 75 Ir WL, CL

848-113-2 do. Mahoney-Walker 1932 3 Tv 1.0 9.19 14.9 12- 6-51 120 215 12- 6-51 76 Ir
15.7 1-21-54
11.9 5-22-56
84-113-3 A. K. Rossetter do. 1910 225 100 2 Tv 1.0 15.18 9.0 12- 6-51 30 550 12- 6-51 74 Ir
9.7 1-21-54
5.09 5-22-56
5.09 5-22-56






abl 3. Continued
Casing Me.tsurinL point Water luvel YLid ChlorLdu cun.nt

a, I a I..

S 3.1 j--56
S- 2 Tv .5 7.36 16.5 1 1 30
88-113-6 do. 2 ) 605 12- 5-1 73 r











8468-113-7 J. Cameron A. D. Roster 1946 155 115 3 Tv 1,0 15.07 8.9 12- 6-51 45 560 12- 6-51 74 I r
5.3a 5-21V-5
88-113-8 C.J. Heri her 150 2 Tv .5 7.1 .0 12 1-5. 1 58 .2--5 73 r






848-113-9 State Board o 6 v 160.2 10- -53 300 510 10-1. -53 75 Ir
zju Z waa, aVI %w a C aa















846-11-1 Chse & Co. 2 2 Tn 22.95 .7 3- 8 I7 12 4 e 3- 8-37 7, Ir WL,
140LO .0- 8-51
8816-2 umley ahoney- lker 192 .5 80 2 Tn 3.44 8 7 1-20-37 560 -13-39 7, air
Sa I = t I L a o a
848-113-4 R. B. Moore 1908 200 1007 3 Tcb 0.5 16.76 6.8 12- 6-51 30 480 12- 6-51 74 Ir





5.6 2- 8-52
7.3 1- 1-547 -





3.11 5-18-56

848-113-5 F. B. Merwether 2 Tv .5 16.5 12- 6-51 30 550 12- 6-51 74 Ir C, WL, CL

848-113-6 do. 2 T .0 -7 5 9-52 20 605 12- 6-51 73 Ir
848-113-7 J. Cameron A. D. Rosier 1946 155 115 3 Tv 1.0 15.07 8.9 12- 6-51 45 560 12- 6-51 74 Ir
5.34 5-21-56
848-113-8 C. J. Meriwether 150 2 Tv .5 17.16 6.0 12-11-51 16 568 12-11-51 73 Ir




5.70 2- 8-52














4,20 5-16-52
3.20 5-21-56


848-113-9 Sate Board o 4 Tv .4 10.2 10-1-52 2300 510 10-14-53 73 Ir
Education

848-114-1 Chase & Co. 125 2 Tn 22.95 .7 3- 8-37 12 454 3- 8-37 74 Ir WL
410 10-1-0-18-51

848-114-2 Brumley Mahoney-Walker 1924 165 80 2 Tn 13.44 8.7 1-20-37 560 4-13-39 74 Ir W1
470 9- 6-51

848-114-3 B, Miller do. 1924 160 80 2 Tn 11.59 12.95 2-15-37 48 572 4-13-39 75 Ir
13.5 4- 1-37 400 9- 5-51
13.1 5-19-37
13.0 6-14-37
12.75 7-16-37

848-114-4 A. B. Mehonoy 3 Tv 1.0 15.90 7.s 2-19-52 40 565 2-19-52 73 Ir C, WL, CL

848-114-5 do. 2 Tca, .0 17.47 5.83 2-19-52 20 560 2-19-52 73 Ir
0.20 4- 5-52
4.20 5-16-52
2.25 5-23-56

848-114-6 L. 1. Frazier 2 Tv 1.0 14.54 U.2 2-1'-52 25 580 2-19-52 73 Ir
9.0 1-30-V4
5.25 5- -3-.6








I 9
Antinued


__ rrIi
LLgid__


L. 1, Fraier


R. Wall


848-114-9 W. Leffler,

848-115-1 J. C. Boyce


C. L. Franklin

City of Sanford

Radio Station WlIR

L. V. Millsap


848-115-6 II. Took

848-115-7 Chase & Co.


City of Sanford


do.


do.


L. Barks

C. Eplim


848-114-6


2.)

3.0
.5

1.0

.5
1.5

1.5

- .5



1.0


C"I sno


I, Ha'tlton




H. G. Hodges




Libby Freeaan

M. G. Hodgo*

do.


















E. Hamilton
-


Ik ,


107 82


g
1


,a,


i 3


12.53

19.3
16.77



16.65
17.66

16.6

8.52



14.631


846-115-2

848-115-3

848-115-4

848-115-5


2 ,
Sa..-


I


.0 21.53


20.84


25.90


15.76


9.85

23.56


9914 3

147 96 2


- 2


93J 3

90 3


848-115-8

848-115-9


848-115-1


88-115-11

848-116-1


I


8.2
3.12
3.45

3.03

4.1'


6.4
7.8
14.5


9".6
10.2
5.70



2.25
2.05
3.40
-1.20

2.32
- .70'


-5.87
7.2
4.33

14.0

.65


5-23-56
5-I o-J2
6-18o56

6-28-56

9-12-51


12- 7-51
1-20-54
12-13-51



11-29-51
1-20-54
6-18-56



2-19-52
10- 1-52
1-20-54
5-23-56

5- 1-52



6-19-56
5- 1-52
6-19-56

9-27-52

3- 5-37


75


. ,L, .... ... .


-' --' -'


'"""- IJ


Y F I m i g i Q i i


II l2I I .. .


I I I I I


5-16-52


6-2I-56

9-12-51


12- 7-51

12-13-51

11-27-51

11-29-51



11-29-51

-i19-52
10- 1-52



5- 1-52


2-28-56


5- 1-52


9-27-52
-


- Ir
1 74 Ir


W-2653




WL




W-1979






















W-2791

WL


TAl6 1 I .t


I


Mrlaurin6 piint


'"
r
,:r
i



'
ii



1I
I~ifi~: r






Table 3. Continued
Casing Measuring point Water Level Yield Chlorlde cunL!nL


A x

Q. 0. i 0




88-116-2 0Mrs. A. Merlvether 150 125 3 TV 1.0 15.1 5.5 LO-' 251 I20 490 10- 2-51 75 Ir WL, CL


848-116-3 do. 150 125 3 TV 1.5 10.71 11.8 10-18-51 35 1,,50 9-26-35 74 Ir WL
a1,2 2 3- 3-37




1,372 4-11-39
710 10-18-51
805 2- 4 -5
848-116-4 R.. Brisson M. G. Hodges 1951 126 93 2 500 1-23-51 Ir








848-116-8 F. R. iacNeill H.G. Hodges 1951 148 118 2 .

848-116-9 City o Sanord 206 6 Tea 3.0 26.02 -2.50 5-1- 370 3- 1-56 76 P
S-4.4 2-26-56
-4.77 3- 1-56
-5.76 6-11-56
848-116-10 do. 6 TV 3.0 22.16 8.04 5- 1-52 503 455 5- 12-52 75 t




848-116-12 do. 1911 382, 90 105 T t.5 24.14 .11 6-25-54 3 380 7-19-6-35 U WL






848-116-13 W. Ike od3 2 Tv 3.5 32.2 -7.41 8-1-5 00 -23-5 L


848-117-1 H. Welchel 94 1253 21 0 2 dp 1.0 22.66 1.413 9- 5-51 1 630 9- 528-5 76 I

848-1167-2 L. 2 To 1.0 29.614 5.9 2-2752 25 410 2- 7-52 75 Ir
848-116-9 City of Sanford .- 206 6 Tea 3.0 26.02 -2.50 5- 1-52 370 3- 1-56 76 P
M -4.45 2-28-56
.4.77 3- 1-56
-5.76 6-18-56

848-116-10 do. 6 Tv 3.0 22.16 1.04 5- 1-52 50 455 5- 1-52 75 ,
-1.77 6-19-56.

848-116-11 do. -. 6 Tv 2.0 15.4 7.3 5- 1-52 560 5- 1-52 76P F

848-116-12 do. 1914 382, 90 10 Tt .5 24.14 .11 6-25-54 380 7-19-55 U E, wI i

848-116-13 W. Ikc e* 63 2 Tv 3.5 32.2 -7.41 8-11-54 'D WL


848-117-1 H. Welohel 125 100 2 Tdp 1.0 22.66 1.3 9- 5-51 15 630 9- -5; 76 It WL

848-117-2 2 Tt 1.0 29.1.4 5.9 2-27-52 25, 545 2- 7-52 75 It
3.45 11-22-55


': \':

ii,

i

'





~''':
; :

ii
:~~


i







i- u i- rr-


T 3. Conjt


848-117-3


848-117-4

848-117-5

848-117-.6


848-117-7


848-117-8

848-117-9

848-117-10


H. Richter


J. St. Clair Whita


J. Maeich


0. Schmehl


American Fruit
Grouwer

do.

do,


848-117-111 G. Elliott


848-117-12

848-117-13

848-117-14


Mrs. E. C. Echol

Chase & Co.

R. Sims


i.


Stafford






P, Issers


C~Jtna


165 97


H4.surind point Wacer ldvel IYLrd JChlorldw cnncont


I
a
p


'a
,4 3*


6i
~lh
d'8
d

aj


1.0 13.96


21.81

29,30

22.35


29.75


1.0 30.61

1.5 31.69
- 28.73




1.5 21.42


24.63


25.87


Sa


10.4


3.6

3,00

1.53
2.89
.45

6.5


a


LO- 2-51


10- 2-51

11-22-55

4- 9-52
1-19-54
12-16-55

10- 2-51


4.0 I 9- 5-51


3.87

1.39
3.27
3.75
2.90
1.19

3.41
3.91
.84

.25

1 0
7.0
6.2


10-16-51

1-20-37
4-12-37
5- 7-37
7-20-37
4-11-39

2-26-52
1-18-54
12- 1-55

2-26-52


2-26-52
1-18-54


4.14 11-21-55


&


al


916
1,028
815


825

600


660
712
675

620


2-17-37
4-11-39
10- 2-51


2-27-52

4- 9-52


3. 4-37
4-11-39
10- 2-51

9- 5-51


610 10-18-51

524 4-11-39
545 9- 5-51


2-26-52


2-26-52

2-26-52

2-26-52


"" Ba
I U


WL






WL


WL, CL

, WL, CL


76 Ir

75 Ir


' '


- I ~ .I ----- --


90 4
. 3







Casing Me.asurlng point Water level Y'iId Chlorida cunLunL



S S

S Kg J. B n -
S a 3 e a M I1 U to
848-117-15 A. ndenbery 200 1752 Tv 2.0 27.0 5.2 2-26-5 15 77 2-26-52 76 Ir
So5.- 1-18-54





nm 2.03 11-28-55
848-117-17 0. M. Ziterower M. G. Hodes 1952 149 113 2 T .5 24.44 1.93 4-2-52 5 530 -269-52 Ir


848-117-18 L. Butner do. 1952 136 98 2 T't .0 31.20 3.67 4-14-52 660 4 52
1.90 11-22-55

848-117-19 American Fruit A. D. Rosier 1947 i .0 2 2 92 5 755 4- 9-52 76 In
Growers
848-117-20 do. do. 19472 149 3 2 -95 750 4- 5-52 In

848-117-21 do. do. 1947 7 740 4-15-52 In

848-118-1 J. V. Warren Stafford 1910 150 90 2 Tv 1.0 24.59 7.5 10- 2-51 16 80 3- 5-39 74 Ir WL
80 4- 2-52

848-118-2 R. A. King A. D. Rosier 1936 145 100 4 Tdp .5 30.11 4.56 4-9-52 30 70 4- 9-52 74 Ir C
5.28 1-18-54
4.58 2-23-54
2.66 11-29-55

848-118-3 H. E. Cordell 203 3 Tt 2.0 31.81 2.95 4- 9-52 16 290 4- 9-52 74 Ir
m 4.09 1-18-54
1.37 11-22-55

848-118-4 P. R. Bach 167 4 TC 2.5 32.87 1.96 4-11-52 650 4-11-52 76 In
m 2.95 1-20-54 U
.90 11-28-55

848-118-5 do. 3 Tdp .5 31.70 3.66 4-11-52 50 450 4-11-52 75 Ir
4.87 1-20-54
2.61 11-28-55









Table 1. Continued


843-118-1


843-118-2


I843-119-1









843-123-1










844-105-1


844-114-1











844-114-2


844-115-3



844-115-4


844-115-5


Date


2- 4-37
3-24-37

10- -35
2-15-37
4- 8-37
5- 8-37
11- 3-51
2- 1-52
2- 6-52
4- 2-52
7-18-52
9-30-52
11-25-52

5-13-33
12- 4-33
12-29-33
6- 4-34
2- 6-52
9-24-53
10-31-53
11-30-53
12-29-53

11- 2-51
12-19-51
2- 4-52
4- 2-52
5-15-52
6- 3-52
9-30-52
9-23-53
10-30-53
11-30-53

9-28-53
12- 1-53

2-16-37
3-27-37
4-24-37
8-30-37
11- 3-51
12-21-51
2- 7-52
4- 4-52
5-14-52
7-17-52
9-30-52

4- 1-37
9- 3-37

1-18-37
2-16-37
3- 2-37

1-18-37
2-16-37

2-15-37
3- 8-37
4- 7-37


Water
level


37.34
36.27

40
40.38
40.58
40.58
38.7
37.6
37.7
38.9
37.29
37.9
38.6

33
37
36
36
35.1
37.1
36.9
36.6
36.4

41.79
41.78
41.34
42.07
40.77
40.99
40.77
44.27
44.51
44.36

17.93
17.66

30.15
29.00
29.70
29.90
28.94
29.19
28.52
29.06
27.19
27.94
28.59

25.57
28.32

33.23
34.95
34.21

32.37
34.00

31.31
30.06
31.31


Date


4- 3-37
5- 8-37

9-23-53
10-31-53
12-29-53
1-11-54
2-17-54
2-23-54
4- 5-54
4-30-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54

1-11-54
2-17-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54

12-29-53
2-17-54
2-24-54
4- 5-54
4-29-54
6-15-54
7-20-54
8-23-54
9-27-54
11- 8-54

1-23-54
3- 2-54

11-24-52
1-29-53
4-10-53
9-24-53
10-31-53
11-30-53
12-30-53
1-21-54
2-18-54
4- 6-54
4-30-54

4-17-39
2- 7-52

3-27-37
4-24-37
5- 6-37

3- 2-37
6-15-37

4-24-37
5- 6-37
5-20-37


37.27
37.52

41.0
40.9
40.9
40.5
39.2
39.3
38.8
39.1
38.7
38.3
38.1

36.5
36.1
35.1
35.7
34.8
34.9
34.9
35.3
34.9

44.31
42.73
42.86
41.86
41.99
41.37
41.29
41.29
41.44
41.84

16.97
16.07

28.94
28.01
28.67
30.84
30.56
30.73
30.79
29.72
28.18
28.19
29.04

25.82
29.0

33.66
34.41
35.16

33.27
33.42

30.81
31.31
31.31


Water
level


6-23-37
7-27-37

9-27-54
11- 8-54
12- 8-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8- 3-55
8-13-55
9-22-55
11- 9-55

12- 8-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55
9-21-55
11-10-55

12-14-54
1-13-55
3- 2-55
5- 6-55
6-10-55
7-11-55
8-11-55
9-22-55
10-14-55
11- 8-55

6-16-54
1-17-55

6-16-54
7-21-54
8-24-54
9-27-54
11- 9-54
12- 9-54
1-14-55
3- 3-55
5- 7-55
6-11-55
7-11-55

1-21-54
5-11-56

5-18-37
6-15-37
4-13-39

4-13-39
1-21-54

5-31-37
6-28-37
7-13-37


37.24
37.27

38.3
38.3
38.9
38.7
37.37
35.99
37.11
37.28
37.0
37.48
36.81

35.6
35.8
36.0
34.20
33.79
34.82
35.02
34.8
34.7

41.90
41.29
40.82
39.83
39.09
40.04
40.17
40.27
40.57
39.76

15.65
15.47

28.30
28.39
28.31
28.65
28.04
28.58
27.46
27.21
26.26
26.16
27.47

30.2
26.4

34.96
34.31
32.37

N.P.
30.1

31.06
30.81
30.91


DaoL


8-31-37
4-15-39

12-20-55
12-28-55
2- 2-56
3-15-56
5- 3-56
7-10-56
10- 1-56
11-27-56
12-29-56



12-24-55
12-27-55
2- 2-56
3-14-56
5- 3-56
7-10-56
10- 2-56
11-26-56
12-28-56

12-20-55
1-31-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7- 9-56
10- 1-56
11-26-56
12-28-56



10- 4-55


8-13-55
9-23-55
11- 9-55
12-23-55
2- 2-56
3-15-56
5- 4-56
7-10-56
10- 3-56
11-27-56
12-30-56




2- 7-52
5-10-56





8-30-37
4-13-39


37.77
35.37

37.8
36.61
36.65
35.40
34.94
35.29
S36.10
36 79
36.10



34.30
34.12
34.54
33.44
32.88
33.34
34.14
34.84
34.06

39.70
39.43
38.56
38.00
38.16
38.89
40.12
39.45



15.34


27.58
28.00
27.07
26.84
27.03
25.47
25.28
26.00
26.64
27.04
25.58




29.10
N.F.





31.56
29.06





"-


"


,, ,-------lr------ '- --c- ..


s u -u----.. L.


n::.:ber


, t ,
j\rs i






Table 3. Continued
C.Isaing Mi ,asurLn; IuintL WULur luvel Yi'lCl cilloJrid c-11u1inlt



: e 2.0 U S


8-119-6 .. Hord 2 T 1.0 20 4 7-52 72 D
889 11 2 10 2 70 D C
i 5 o: fj ,Y clE & Bs
C %I C I I si g U U. UO



848-119-6 H. A. owar 72 t T 1.0 24.04 9.4 417-52 22 14 4-17-52 7 D
m 10.6 1-18- 54
8.6 11-14-55

848-120-1 H Richter P. Eggers 1930 103 56 3 Tt .5 30.50 4.17 9-26.51 18 4-12-39 74 Ir E, WL
m 19 9-26-51

848-120-2 R. SirLanni E. Hamilton 1949 115 ,- 2 -- 2 10 4-18-52 70 D C

848-121-1 H. A. Taylor do. 1947 100 40 2 11 4-18-52 D

848-121-2 Mrs. T. E. Wilson H. Long 1926 153 2 10 4-18-52 D

848-121-3 W. D. Bumbalough 1941 94 2 10 10-31-52 D

848-121-4 H. L. Lee 23 It Tea 2.0 -10.02 10-31-52 4 U

848-121-5 Seminole County 1928 3 Tea .5 84.56 -38.49 12- 9-53 10 12- 9-53 P, S
School Board

848-122-1 R. E. Carroll M GH dsge 1952 140 2 10 10-31-52 D C

848-122-2 0. W. Reaves E. Hamilton 1955 88 84 2 Tea 1.0 54.7 -20.5 12-10-35 10 12-12-55 74 D W-4024

848-124-1 T. J. Gallagher A. D Rosuer 1951 1207 80 2 12 10-31-52 D

848-124-2 W. W. Colean F. F. French 1951 50 2 Tea .0 24.50 5.54 11- 3-52 50 2-27-56 73 U WL

m
848-124-3 R. F Cole R. F. Cole 1942 66 I Taoo 1.0 5.38 11- 3-52 128 11- 3-52 74 S


848-124-4 J. Higgins .- 3 5- -. 10 11- 3-52 Ir

848-125-1 State Road Dept. 13 l Tea -12.2 7.78 10.3 11- 4-52 10 310 11- 4-52 74 U


849-105-1 McCall Estate 1949 94 2 Tea .5 11.1 -2.,.' 2-25-52 4,830 6-28-54 73 U C
m -1.i' 6-28-54
-2.3, 2- 7-55
-4.72 5- 2-56






i llnlg HM4uur polnllt tmr lwvvl 'r ilJ LilioriJu culd unwi



I iW U s j I-L i... I -

LIL rw3S
ii t l .
849.H1l rv A, Vol fr 140 100 3 Tv 1,5 9,91 12,0 9-20-51 18 1,035 9-30-51 75 Ir WL, CL
849.111694 F. rrenner 300 U1 4 TV 2,0 *" l.o1 .* 45 250 2-1.837 73 Ir WL
10.3 10-15l.3 252 4-11-39
10.0 13-18.51 215 9- 5I51
849.118-3 P. Thurston 3 Tn 17.85 4,65 4-20-37 60 333 9-26.35 74 Ir WL
308 4-11-39
300 10-15-51
849.118-3 do, H, C, Long 1934 180 130 3 Tv 1.0 8,5 10-15-51 60 280 10-15-51 74 Ir WL, CL

849-118-4 H, Lehrens P, gasers 1927 160 145 3 To 2,0 17,12 6.9 10-16-51 75 125 10- 1-51 74 Ir WL, CL

849-118-5 kBas & Cstner Mahoney-Walker 1932 200 144 4 Tv 2,0 17,5 8,9 10- 1-51 105 65 10- 1-51 74 Ir C WL, CL
1.5 17,00
849-118-6 City Products 6 Tv 1.0 16.8 5,68 4-14-52 415 4-14-52 74 In
Corp.
849-118-7 do 6 Tv .5 16.91 3.35 4-14-52 625 4-14-52 74 In
2.61 1-18-54
1.69 11-29-55
849-118-8 do, 390 4-14-52 74 In
869-118-9 do. -- 6 655 4-14-52 In

849-118-10 B. L. Carter 2 Tv 1,0 18.56 9.3 4-17-52 25 23 4-17-52 73 Ir
10.6 1-18-54
8.8 11-11-55
849-l118-11 Thurston 3 Tv 1.0 17.8 5.45 4-17-52 40 95 4-17-52 74 Ir
5.09 1-18-54
.8 17.55 2.63 11-30-55
849-118-12 W. A. Stapler 2 Tcb .0 17.85 6.1 4-17-52 15 280 4-17-52 74 Ir
6.6 1-18-54
3.39 11-29-55








Table 3. Continued







x 6
"


Casing Keasuring point


'El
El





-'"I


- 18 -" 3 Tv 0.5


185 3 Tv 0.5
a

A. D0. Rosler 1951 301 155 4 TI .0


849-118-13


849-118-14



849-118-15


849-118-16


849-118-17


849-118-18


849-119-1



849-119-2

849-119-3

849-119-4


849-119-5



849-119-6


849-119-7


H. Behrens


do-.



do.


do.


do.


do.


Base & Castner



L. B. Mann

H. Behrens

A. B. Hodge


M,. Wright



R. D. Bass

Bass & Castner


El
Aocl


'-10
Ie


16.04


16.11



17.56


17.41


18.00


16.37


17.66



17.95

11.71

9.03


26.45


TV 1.0 19.81


Te 2.0 10.13


Water level


it-.

4a1


110


Il


YIlud Chlordoe cuncunl


00
-E


I "
a9"
Uol


' '


A. D. RDosier


H. C. Long



do.






H. G. Hodges



P. Webb?


Mahoney-Walker


1952


1937



1934






1951





1932


3.76
7.3

4.25
7.6
5.84

1.24
6.86

4.62
8.0

4.87
8.1

4.15
7.0

8.6



13.0

15.4

11.0


4.38
4.07
1.83

10.7
11.9

15.9
16.5
12.3


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11- 7-55
11-11-55

11- 7-55
11-11-55
2-23-56

11- 7-55
11-11-55

11- 7-55
11- 7-55

11- 7-55
11-11-55

11. 7-55
11-11-55

10- 1-51



9- 5-51

10- 1-51

11- 7-55


4-15-52
1-18-54
10-31-55

4-17-52
1-18-54

4-17-52
1-18-54
11- 7-55


11- 7-55


11- 7-55



11- 7-55


11- 7-55


11- 7-55


11- 7-55


1-15-37
4-12-39
10- 1-51

10- 1-51

10- 1-51

1-31-52


4-15-52



4-17-52


4-17-52


WL

WL, CL






lable 3, Cono;used


849-119-8 H, Bradley




849-119-9 E. Carpenter

849-119O10 Bles & Svaggerty


849-119-11



849-120-1

849-120-2




849-120-3

849-120-4

849-120-5

849-120-6



849-120-7


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do.




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849-120-8 I F. Anderson


H. C,


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1933 200 n40 2


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O.0 25,36

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2.0 22,48

2.0 15.16


1.3 25.76

1.0 25.28


73 D




73 D

73 Ir


1,25
2,14
S,83
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7.0
9.0
5.35

8.4
10.7
4.68

1.64

3.00




3.08

3.06

3.28

5.12
5.67
2.16

4.00
5.83
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12.5
13.6
0.5


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9.25-52
1-LS-54
10-28-51
2-14-56

10-29-52

11-17-52
1-18-54
11- 1-55

11-17-52
1-18-54
11- 1-55

10-17-51

10- 1-51




10-17-51

10-17-51

10-17-51

4-15-52
1-18-54
11- 2-55

4-15-52
1-13-54
10-31-55

4-15-52
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16 10-29-52

119 11-17-52


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2- 2-37
4-12-39
10- 1-51
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10-17-51

10-17-51

10-17-51

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74 Ir


24.48

24.48

24.25

22.2

21.8

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