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Title: Records of wells and other water-resources data in Polk County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 38 )
Series Title: ( FGS: Information circular 38 )
Physical Description: iii, 144 p : illus., maps (part fold.) ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Stewart, Herbert G
Geological Survey (U.S.)
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1963
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STATE -OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD 6OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

FLORIDA .GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert O. Vernon, Director





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 38





RECORDS OF WELLS AND OTHER WATER-RESOURCES DATA

IN POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA





By
Herbert G. Stewart, Jr., Geologist
U. S. Geological Survey


Prepared by the
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
in cooperation with the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
and the
POLK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS


TALLAHASSEE


1963







,lo


AGRI-
CULTURAL
LIBRARY














































Completed manuscript received
September 27, 1962
Printed by the Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee










CONTENTS

Page
I introductionn ............ ... .... ........ ... 1

SWell-numbering system ............................ ........ 6

SReferences ........................................ 7



ILLUSTRATIONS

i Figure
1 Map of Polk County showing location of principal cities and
towns with inset map of Florida showing location of county ... 1

2 Hydrographs of wells in the nonartesian aquifer, Polk County 3

3 Air and water temperature logs of 11 wells in Polk County .... 5

4 Map of Polk County showing location of wells inventoried
(with detailed insets) .. ........ ....... .......... ..facing 144


Table
1 Record of wells in Polk County, Florida . . ..... 8

2 Geologic logs of wells in Polk County, Florida .. . .. .. 86

3 Water-level measurements of lakes and springs in Polk County,
Florida .......... ... ... ................. ..106

4 Water-level measurements of wells in the nonartesian aquifer,
Polk County, Florida ............ ............... 108

5 Water-level measurements of wells in the uppermost artesian
aquifer, Polk County, Florida . . . . .. .114

6 Water-level measurements of wells in the secondary artesian
aquifer, Polk County, Florida ....................... 115
7 Water-level measurements of wells in the Floridan aquifer,
Polk County, Florida .......... .... .. ............... 117

8 Analyses of water from wells, lakes, and springs in Polk
County, Florida ......... ..................... 136

9 Hydrologic properties of unconsolidated sand samples from
test hole 805-156-A in the bottom of Lake Parker at Lake-
land, Florida ........................ .......... 144


























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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RECORDS OF WELLS AND OTHER WATER-RESOURCES

DATA IN POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA


By
Herbert G. Stewart, Jr.



INTRODUCTION

An investigation of the geology and ground-water resources of
Polk County, Florida (fig. 1), was made during the period April 1954
through February 1960 by the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with
the Florida Geological Survey and the Board of County Commissioners of
Polk County. Preliminary results of this study have been published by


Figure 1. Map of Polk County showing location of principal cities and towns
with inset map of Florida showing location of county,






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


the Florida Geological Survey as Information Circular No. 23, entitled
"Interim Report on the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of North-
western Polk County, Florida" by Herbert G. Stewart, Jr., and as Report
of Investigations entitled "Geohydrology and Water Resources of Polk
County, Florida" by Herbert G. Stewart, Jr., to be published by the
Florida Geological Survey. Well records and other water-resources data
not included in the above reports are presented herewith.

Table 1 contains well data collected during the present investi-
gation and information on wells inventoried previously by Stringfield
and Peek. Stringfield (1936) published records of wells and water-level
measurements in Polk County, and a map of the piezometric surface of
the Floridan aquifer in peninsular Florida. His wells are identified
in the "Remarks" column of table 1. Peek (1951) discussed ground water
in relation to Kissengen Spring but did not publish well data or a piezo-
metric map. The wells used by Peek are not identified in the present
report. Whenever it was possible the wells used by Stringfield and Peek
were revisited and the water levels measured during the present investi-
gation.

Table 1 also identifies well logs, cutting samples, and electric
and gamma-ray logs that are on file with the Florida Geological Survey.
The individual well records listed in table 1, including detailed location
sketches, are on file with the Ground Water Branch, U. S. Geological
Survey, Tallahassee, Florida.

Table 2 consists of geologic logs and fossil identifications com- h
piled by the author from a study of well samples on file with the Florida
Geological Survey.

Table 3 contains miscellaneous and periodic stage measurements
of many lakes in the county, and of Kissengen Spring, near Bartow. A
recent report on surface water in Polk County by R. C. Heath (1961)
contains much additional information. The surface-water report lists all
lakes and streams in the county for which gaging and stage data are
available at the U. S. Geological Survey, Surface Water Branch, Ocala,
Florida.

Figure 2 and table 4 contain water-level data from wells in the
nonartesian aquifer which is composed of the surficial sands of the
county.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 38
:Fi"


105
0 742-131-1 1
(2.7 miles south of Frostproof)
104


103


102
J
J 101


A 100

0 \ \ \
0 99-
L10

98


m 97


96

iL-
105


S1094 9 10 1 2 13 14 15 16


Figure 2. Hydrograhs of wells in the nonartesian aquifer, Polk County.103

IiLW 102r

010


100
748-119-1
(18 miles southeast of Lake Wales)
99- 191950 1951 1952195319545 11955 1956 19571 1958 1959 1960


Figure 2. Hydrographs of wells in the nonartesian aquifer, Polk County.






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Table 5 contains water-level measurements in wells in the upper-
most artesian aquifer. This aquifer is composed of the lower, more
coarse, zones of the pebble-phosphate deposits that overlie the limestones
of the county.

Table 6 contains water-level data from wells drilled into the
secondary artesian aquifer which is composed of the limestones of the
Hawthorn Formation.

Table 7 contains water-level data from wells that are drilled into
the Floridan aquifer, or that receive water from both the secondary and
Floridan aquifers. The Floridan aquifer is composed of the limestones
of Oligocene Age and older. Evidence presented in the final interpretative
report of this investigation indicates the Avon Park Limestone may be
the lowest unit of the aquifer in Polk County. The Floridan aquifer is
the most important source of ground-water supply in the county.

Table 8 contains the results of chemical analyses of water samples
collected during the investigation. The analyses were made by the
Quality of Water Branch, U. S. Geological Survey, Ocala, Florida. A
summary table of these analyses is presented in the final interpretative
report. The analyses presented in the interim report are included in the
present table.

Table 9 gives the hydrologic properties of 13 sand samples from
test hole 805-156-A, in Lake Parker at Lakeland. The analyses were
made by the Hydrologic Laboratory of the U. S. Geological Survey, Denver,
Colorado.

Figure 3 shows logs of water temperature obtained from 11 wells
in the county. These temperatures were measured with a thermistor-
type thermometer and were recorded manually. Additional water tem-
peratures measured with mercury thermometers, are given in tables 1 and
8 of this report.










INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 38


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800-156-1
Laokeload
7rF 73" 14" 7"






FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


WELL-NUMBERING SYSTEM

The well-numbering system used in this report is based on latitude
and longitude coordinates. Well numbers were determined by locating
each well on a map divided into 1-minute quadrangles of latitude and
longitude, then each well in a quadrangle was numbered in the order of
inventory (fig. 4). Each well number is a composite of three numbers
separated by hyphens: The first number is the last digit of the degree
and the two digits of the minute of the latitude line on the south side of
the 1-minute quadrangle, the second number is the last digit of the degree
and the two digits of the minute of the longitude line on the east side
of the 1-minute quadrangle, and the third number is the numerical order
in which the well was inventoried in the quadrangle. For example,
well 826131-3 is the third well inventoried in the 1-minute quadrangle
north of 28026' north latitude and west of 81031' west longitude. By
means of this system, wells referred to by number in the tables can be
located on the illustrations. The same system is used in numbering test
holes except that consecutive letters of the alphabet are used instead of
consecutive numbers, for example, 805-156-A. Thetest holes were filled
and abandoned immediately after drilling, and therefore are distinguished
from wells.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 38





REFERENCES


Heath, Richard C
1961



Peek, Harry M.
1951



Stringfield, V. T.
1936


S
G


surface water resources of Polk County, Florida:
eol. Survey Inf. Cir. 25.


Florida


Cessation of flow of Kissengen Spring in Polk County, Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 7.



Artesian water in the Florida Peninsula: U. S. Geol. Survey
Water-Supply Paper 773-C.





role i, Rlscn .. 1 ell, In Polk Counly, FIL i,


Well number; ee ts"t for plsnetion of u ill-nuolJrintn yiLeB,
Depth of wMll IRepored unless otherwise noted: H, measured by author tfr.ir1-.i
dropped,
Aqulifr' 1, nonarteltrnj i 1 suoondaryl 3, Florldan;, 4, WPPero' artileLn,
Water level Bilow Iand surface unless otherlvir no tdj A, above land surf ce
flowingl well),
Type pumpI O, .sntrifugeli F, forces J, jeti N, nonel ?, pitcher| T, turbine
W, windmill,


Kind of power: N, elirtcic; (;, bbtlts ged; L, liquid fuel,
Aaporte4 yield HM, uisuret by author.
Uei: 1, dimsriCt;; In, ndutril; Ir, r irrligaion; M, munciutpal 0, obieFvla;on
Pd, other public supply; X, P9her,
Geologic dlta available; E, electric log)i garla-ray lugl W., 101 well9number,
cuttings avvilablei Wat*, 1I well-number, driller'i log ievatlble,
Reimrkle Abn, abandoned; Dell, destroyedl rPo, well number in Water Supply Paper 773oC
and other;i L,, water level, in fast.


Location A !ing Measuring point Water level
it i l it





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739-121-1 1NWW 130 32130I .S. Air Force Layne-Atlantic 1942 1,000 10
I Ic I ICo. I


-2 SW SW 30 32 30

-3 NE 8E 31 32 30

-4 NE SE 31 32 30

739-129-1 N1 NW 35 32 28

739-133-1 NW SE 31 32 28

-2 NW SE 31 32 28

739-136-1 NW NW 34 32 27


739-137-1 SE NW 33 32 27

739-147-1 SE SW 26 32 25

739-149-1 NE SW 28 32 25


739-150-1 SW NE 31 32 25


...... do ......

*=**.*do*****=

......do---d -
----------------do

Avon-Florida
Citrue Corp.

Neuman-de Veg-
vr Orove@ Inc,

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Harl Altman


Ben Hill
Griffin Inc.

Z. Gillispie

Elun Saula


..---do-....



------do---- --


May Broe,

A. H. Marquardt

*..**.do------
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J. M. Gilford

C. D. Cannon
and Sons
o----do--


Rodney Durrance Geo. Dansby


1942

1942

1942

1950

1945

1945

19481


1956

1956

1956


1945


540

1,035

1,055

1,238

240

1,067

700


L,030

935

200


Top 6-tneh
ates valve
flange
......do...=..-


*=.*..do*......


........dO.....


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Access hole in
pump base


End 4-inch
nipple in pump
discharge

End 4-inch die
charge pipe

Access hole in
pump base

Top pump colur
inside of
discharge


3.42 61.0


59.0

61,0

61.5

114.63

131

131

128,0


145.0

113.0

LOO. 0


19.6A
19,3A

19,6A
1915A

16,SA
16.7A

16.7A
16.7A

21.9

33.31
34.50


33.70
34.44


51.47
51,31

29.61
26.48

20.57
15.30


2-10-55
3. .855

2-10-55
3- 8-55

2-10-55
2- 3-60

2-10-53
2- 3-60

10. 6-50

12-23-58
2- 2-60


3-20-58
2- 2-60

10- 7-58
2- 2-60

10- 3-58
1- 6-60

6-27-58
1- 6-60


450 I. 75


576

400

420

1,500




2,500







--000


W-437


W-667

W.381

W-668

W-2842


see Fos RI 15,
p. 108-109


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1-22-60




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739-151-1 NW NE 36 32 24 W. Dow Durrance C. 0. Cannon 1946 9007 10 --- 3 .......-..... .... -..- .. ....... | 0 800?2 .....
and Sons
-2 NW NE 36 32 24 .-- do.---. W. Dow Durrance --- 23 4 20 1 Top 4-inch 0.3 126.5 7.23 6-26-58 C 100 Ir --
coupling 7.86 1- 6-60

739-152-1 NW NW 36 32 24'E. C. Clonny C. D. Cannon 1956 809 8- 140? 3 access hole in .10 131.6 49.65 6-26-58 T G -- Ir ... -------
and Sons 6 pump base 44.25 1. 6-6Q

739-157-1 NW SE 36 32 23 John Gill -.....do------ 1957 800 8- 295? 3 Fop pump .90 130.3 45.26 1- 5-60 T L --I-- ---- -----
6,4 column inside
discharge

740-108-1 NW NE 29 32 32 Consolidated ..----.. ------ 1917 194M 4 --- 3? Top 4-inch tee .30 49.6 .20 6-26-57 C L ---- D --
Naval Stores Co 1919

740-143-1 HE NE 29 32 26 W. & F. Roe Phillip Morrill 1944 930 10 701 2,3 k-inch water- 1.15 145.3 58.80 1-29-60 T L --- ITr ... -----
and Son return connec-
tion on pump
base

740-150-1 SE NE 30 32 25 Rodney M. Geo. Ddnsby 1946 318 10 88 3 End of 6-inch 3.30 123.0 44.98 6-26-58 T 0G --- Ir *-- --- **-- WL 41.67,
Durrance discharge 39.68 1- 6-60 1-22-00
connection

740-200-1 SE NE 28 32 23 E. V. Whiddon ..--------.. 1952 80? 2 40?1 ..---...--..-- ----- ----- C ..... *- D,X *-- -------

740-201-1 SE NE 29 32 23 ....do------ ------------- 1955 11* 2 20 1 Top 2-inch .7 .--.. 3.926- 6-58 N -- X *.
casing

741-126-1 SW NW 17 32 29 H. Rucks Geo. Dansby 1952 284 4 222 2 Top k-inch Flush --- 8.61 2- 2-59 C L -- D,X ------.
plate on 7.98 2- 3-60
casing

741-135-1 NE SW 14 32 27 J. W. Keen C. D. Cannon 195511,117 12 174 3 tcess hole in 1.20 152.7 58.38 3-10-58 T L Ir .
and Sons pump base 58.95 2- 2-60
741-136-1 NW SE 15 32 27 E; 0. Polk ------do------ 1956 1,052 10 192 3 ..-----.---. ..---.. --- --.....- T 0 1,320 Ir .

-2 NE SW 15 32 27 llarl Altman -....do----- 1956 1,038 10 98 2,3 ind 4-inch dis 3.10 173.4 79.19 1- 8-58 T L Ir .
charge connec- 79.16 2- 2-60
tion
741-139-1 NW NE 19 3227 W. L. Shepard Marion Ward 1957 200 3 40 2 .--.-------..........--- ..... ----CE ---- X X ..

-2 NW SW 18 3227 M. L. Lastinger C. D. Cannon 1957 931 10 162 3 Ind of 6-inch U.0 149.2 61.83 10- 7-58 T 0 1,300 Ir --.---...
and Sonmj discharge 58.58 1-29-60
connection
741-140-1 E NW 24 32 26 W. & F. Roe Phillip Morr ll 1946 76 12 66 2 Access hole in .5 147.3 14.34 10- 7-58 T L -- r .. ...
and Son pump base 15.11 1-29-60
741-141-1 SE Sb 15 32 26 W H. W est C. D. Cannon 1956 405 4 55 2,3 top 4-inch .8 131.8 45.83 10- 6-58 J D ......
and Sons casing 45.08 1-29-60







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741-142.1 SW BE


741.150.1 NW 1E

742-129-1 NW


742-131.L NW SW

*2 IE NW


.3


742-132-1


742-134-1


742-147.1


742-150-1

-2


742-152-1


742-200-1


743-125-1



743-128-1


743-130-1


1I 32 26


17 32 25

14 32238


W. H WesL

W, Lomar Davis


R, Dishor


9132 26 U.S. geological
survey

9 3228 W. Keen


1E 1S 4 32



SW SE 1 32


SE SW 3 32


0. K. Anderson


Ilancha HalltIC

E, 0, polk


D. K. Thompion


Swift and Co.

...... do ......


Lloyd Shirley


American
Agricultural
Ohamical Co,

Polk County


" _...'. 0.. .. 0
C. U. Cannunl 1956
and Sona


Geo, Danuby


layno-Atlnanic
Co.


Van Duyne


Layno-AtlntIic
Co.

Barney's Pumps


Layna-Atlintic
Co.

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end lons

...... do ......


Viughn




Oardenhire


Prine


Harmnn Sloan


Christian G, Crosby
Service
Training Contur

DavOl Bros ......do--.--.


1937

1946


1959


928 10


70l


1,060


621


1,023


1,102


1,113


1,100


001


811


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575


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1954


1947 1


134

309


291


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450

400


317


204


65


380


382M1


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16


162 27,
3



168 2,3


293 3 ----.----....


End of tou on
dischiarIg

End of 6-lnch
dlichar~u peps

Top of nipple
In access holi
In pump base

Top 6-Inch
casing

Acsess hole In
pump base



Access hol* in
pump bass

End $-inch
discharge
connlecton

Access hole In
pump bees
......do ......


Top 20t-nch
casing

End 6-inch
discharge
oonnection

Top -inch
casing


1- Inch gate
valve on wall
discharge


l,01


I -.".ll'f^ *.".."., '-"l..ir'1


144.31

139,59


151.53

154.5


157.1


123,7


97.8


93,3

135


140a


57.2


----* 82.86


130

'13 .9


103.6


43, 58
42.74

55,31
48, 14

15,96


43


48,13
69,30



61.14


61,90


35.04


9,31
9,29

8.81
8.50

49.83,


3.49
3,75


22.40
A
21.70
A
^**




-----


IU- 6.58
1.;9.60

6-27F56
1-23260

3-11.5B


9-24.48


2.21*56
2* 2-60



2.27.58

2. 2.60


1- 6-60


5- 1-58
1-22.60

5. 1-58
4.10.59

1-22.60


6. 6-.8
1- 5 60

9-29-59

2- 3-60

***.*** o


.o....


I- I1T"-. .. .


T' -L .... r r


TL -**- r ...




TI ... If ..



TL 650 Ir ....


T .1,000 Ir *

T 0 1,320 r *


T o ***. r ..*


T E 5,000 In **


N n ....n


TL 925 r *


C L 112H X 71,5


N ** P81 73.5



tE 30 D ---



T Tr *.


W-961


Wat -
1002

W4965


W.6.461

W.L847











Wi G-









Wji-
1003


W-3215


Polk 48







Air Ilne
85 fIrt










WL 8,10,
1-22-60








Lake
Arbuckle
boat
landing






'ilblv L. C"nLinuud


743-13-1 SE NE 4 32127 W, FrosLproot -.......I.--...
Land "nd Timber


743-141-1 NE NE 3 32j26 C. W. Adams C. A. Dansby
I Estate

-2 NE NE 10 32 26 John II. M. R. Vaughn
I NOuwsomU


743-1481- NE S 4 32 25 Swift and Co. ........


-2 NE SE 4 32 25 -----.. d**---- -.......-......


-3 NW SW 3 32 25 ------do------ -........--..


-4 NK Sr 4 31 25 .--...--. do- M. K, V;luHhn?


743-154-1 NE NW 3 32 24 Florldn Iluard Krlskala Wull and
* of Forustry Supply

743-157-1 SE SW 1 32 23 J r. Billumy -..............


743-202-1 NeI NW 8 32 23 J. F. AlbriLton B'uyuL


SE NW 33 31 28 Willinm F.ills


NW SW :33 31 2H Minute Maid
S Corp.

NW SW 33 31 28 *...... do ....-


NW NW 33 31 28 Town of
Frostproof

NW NW 33 31 28 ......do-- ...


NWNW 33 31 28 .----do- ...


SE SE 14 31 27 J. W. Keen


F~ '


1940


1941



1937


11938


1945


;1947


1953


1935


1953


-.............. 1959


G. W. Dunsby 1940


-----do-...... 1945


R, II, Hudson 1926


--*.. do-..... 1926


C, U, Cannon 1950
and Sons

Layno-AtlantLc 1945
Co.


1,060


926



800


800


840





201


240


872



319M


1,060


1,040


2'54


425


430


963


oi l 1 :


1 ,i l" i | IIT


16



10

8






30


20-
12



4


4


10-
6





8


lb



1


lb


12


tiii (141

----3 .-............



177 2?, Access hole in
3 pump base

192 2?, End 8-inch
3 discharge
coupling

... 3 Access hole in
pump base
.... 3 -.....do------


380 3 ...----...---.





110 2 Top of sani-
I tary seal
-- 2 Top 4-inch
coupling

300 3 End 6-inch
discharge
connection

208M 2 rop 6-inch
casing

334? 3 .............


400? 3 ..............


13 2 ..............


191 2,3 L-inch tup un
B-Inch tue

197 2,3 ACCeas hlu In
umnp biasl

193 2,3 ...--.. do ......


"*- 148.88



1.05201


4.70 191.60


136.7







140


140


144.2



97.5


93.00







85c


84,7


167,7


115.81
116.13

105,46
98.45


>42


73.04
74:27






11.95
7,74

39. 10
38.98

67.92
65.51













7.72


3.07


74,65
75.02


744-131-1


-2


-3


-4


-5


-6


744-136-1


llel !11L tell i t s)

**** N --... X



3-19-58 T L 970 Ir
1-29-60

3-19-58 TL .-- tIr
1-29-60


5- 1-58 T E 3,000 In


5- 1-58 T E 3,000 In
1-22-60

....... TE 3,200 In


----- T E In,
D

4- 8-58 JS ** D
1- 5-60

6-11-58 JE -.**. D
1- 5-60

6- 8-58 T L -**** Ir
1- 5-60

....... .....* 0


....... CE 750 In


....... TE 1,200 In


....... CB 750 M


2- 4-58 C 650 M


2- 4-58 T E 2,500 M


3-10-58 T L 1,250 Ir
2- 3-60


I its)















































77,5


I T4 l 1


W-64






W-411














W-3024








E

W-519




Wgi-
429






W-967


Oi test;
Abn; plugged
at 20 feet










WL both
pumping
















Polk 51







Po-41





T'1 bl1. Ct.nitnued


744.14.-1 W 8v


.2


744.1432*



744.1431L


.2


744-147-1



744-153-1


744-154-1


744-156-1






744-157-1

-2



744-159-1


745-133.1


745-134-1


745-140-1


'I r
Ilarvay HIrll Jr


SW W 33 31 36 Ft. Heads
Orovei Corp,

8E Bs 2 31 26 Larry Durranco


W. & r. Roe


A. C. Wright,
Jr.

C. A, Mann



D. C. Russell


L. D.
Harborough

American
Agricultural
Chemical Co,





American
Cynamid Co,

American
Agricultural
Chemical Co.

S. Cavalier


Keen Fruit
Company Inc.

Polk County


4. M. Kolly and
I. 0, Campbell


Oardienitru rosr





C. D. Cannon
and sons



Phtlllp Horrill
and Son

Bherouse Wall
Drilling

C. D. Cannon
and Bons

----.-do......


L. D,
Harborough








Layne-Atlantlc
Co.

Virginia
Machine and
Drilling Co,

Roy Wilt


C, D. Cannon
and Sons

Whatloy Pump
and Well Co,
...... do ......


_~~!z. II~~; llii,~~:-l:69.0 3.:2i~-_l:il .ii'!"'~~~_-30.19~'iiliiii~


687 10


.... 16


881 to10.
8


0.185
244-
312


145


001H
290
60



173


60


0-145
266-
321





337


324



87


195


137


104


13, End 6-inch
3 discharge
conneclion

3 Top 16L-nch
casing

3,3 Top pump
column, inside
of pump
discharge

31 ...I..........


2,3 ..............


2,3 End 6-inch
discharge
connection

3 lk-inch tap in
pump base




2,3 Edge of pump
base





3 Access hole in
pump base

3 .....---.........



2 rap of sani-
tary sual

2,3 Access hole in
pump base


End 6-inch
discharge
connection


3.7U I S4, 1


178


196,5


***180s





1.5 124.5



1.0 145.4




.7 149.0






1.45 148,07

1.. 54e


1,500


600


600.
700


69.00
74.19


91.13


113.44
112.66


38.09
37.22


62.02
58.15




62.24


3.30.,5
IP39*60




10t 98-5
12,9-60


10. 3-58
1-22.60


6-11-58
1- 5.60




1- 5-60


72.73 6- 4-56 T 2,000 In
67.58 1- 5-60

..... -N* 7,500 In


23.86
26.47

58,21
56.99




59.00
57,67


6-13-58
1- 5-60

12-23-58
2- 1-60




10-13-58
1-29-60


*Center














Air line 84,0
lfeet alternate
mp is air line
gage, 1.0 feot
above concrete
base (land
surface)

WL 1960 pumping


Po-38


1004
*******


Wgi-
1005





W-3852
E
Wsgi-
1006






W-5351
W-5351

..**...


7'*-T--T" --'>----





Tablu 1. C nclnued


t to isot son Ita s idi


745-1-3-1 NW NW 28 31 26 Hugh CoPk


743-145-1


-2

7:-5-l46-l


NW NE 25 31 25 Swift and Co.


W NE 25 31 23 ......do-- ..

SWISE 23 31 25 Polk County


Sarney's Pumps 1956
Inc.


C. ,D Cannon 1949
end Sons
......do ..... 1947

B. F, Boland :913


852 to- 0-156
,8 345.
433

739 2A- 231?
16

146 6 -..

480 8 200


-2 NE SE 26 31 25 Sert 5 S ita s t. ..............* 192 ****. 6


.3


745-147-1

-2


745-148-1

-2


-3


745-151-1


S 745-153-1


745-L58-1

-2

.3

-4


-5


NE SE 26 31 23 F. M. Wade


SW SW 23 31 25 C, C. Flood


SW SW 23 31 25 ......do .....


NE SW 27 31 25 City of
Ft. Head

NE SW 27 31 25 Sasson-King Ien


SE MN 27 31 25 City of
Ft. Meade

SE SW 19 3L 25 V. G. Roe and
Co.

HE NW 26 3L 24 Florida Fruit
Co.

INWSE 126 31L23 American
S Cyanemid Co.

NW SE 26 311231 ]----do*.---.

NE SE 26 31 23 .....do---- .

NE SE 26 31 23 ......do .....


W SE 26 31 23 --. do-- ...
jI


......- .......





Price




. -- .......------ -


,Duval DriLLing
Co.

Morrill end
Sons

May Art Drilling
Co.

C. N, Boland

......do....--

......do ......

------do-----

..-.--do--- ......
.d-0....


1928


1948


1956


1913


1915


1956


1947


1950


1912

**--


****


.... 8


2M1 2


30 2


900 12


705 L2-
10

836 20-
12

550 LO


911 24-
120

980 16


850 10

850 10

850 15


850 15


2,3 Top. pump clumn,l 0,2 198.5
inside of pump
discharge

3 Access hole in 1.25 89,13:
pump base

2 ................... 89,6

3 Top horizontal 3.L 79.9
4-Lnch well
discharge pipe


3? ---....... .... .....-




3 ---......---........-


2 Top 2-inch 1.5 .129,0
aLL on casing

2 ........-.......--- I ..-


3 Access hoLe iLn .50140.2
pump base

2,3 .............-.... .-..


3 Access hole in 1.441137.89!
pump base

2,3 Airline gage 2.5 IL58.0


3 Access hole in .LO 163.49:
bump base
3 ...... do...---- ,35!140.13


3 .............. .... .....
3 .............. .... .....

3 --.............. .... .....
3 ........... .. .


3..................


113.09| 1-29-606 TS L 1,200


24.75
18.12



3.271
A
.82
A








7.25
5.25



52.69
53.06




56.26
55.74

73.0
67.5

80.0.
77.84
58.00





----


A*30*58 T; 14,600
122-60

.......T-- E 34

4- 5-55 CiL ----.

6- 3-55

....... C G 10




*....... ,.....


10-10-58 CIL 100





1-22-60 I
....... iTE 500


3.L9-58 TI.,1,500
1-22-60 L

2-16-59 T E *--*
1-22-60

4-10-58 TE1 10,000
1- 5.60
1- 5-60 TE *.....

....... T L 500

....... T 1,200

E .....
N ..


( 1 ral iss tel r ,


i


'r -...1.-WI 07





I
In ...iW-213 A Both WL 'pumpln


;In,l.........

Ir 75 *** Po-39; prison
farm



x 73,5 ** Yield flowing
reported by FOS,
1957; '"t. eadld
Springs"

Ir, 74 ......
X

r .... ----.......




I
S77 -....... Po 2


In ....... -- -
i ;
S..---..:W-4l23


Ir -.... ....... Air line
I 112 feet

t ...-*. W-2304

,PS .81 -....... L pumping

PS ....J- ...* Stand by only

PS ..... Sl...ing 'pool

In, ... ....... Standby only
PS

In .** *.***. Abn






Tabls 1. Cont nued


7451le8.6 INWi Ii


745.159.1



-2


746-121.1


746-125 1


746-131-1


746-140-1

-2


746-141-1



746-143-1


-2






746-148-1



-2


746-150-1


-2


746-153-1


Amar lC,
Cyanamld Co,.


H, 8. Pearce



W, A. Dobbs


Gill and
McDonald Corp,

,. N, Davis


W, J. Mann


J. W. Doke

Oriffin Traak


Elvil L. Baggetl



W. F. Eger


Mikolai
Skubila

Larry W.
Durrance


Alturas Canning
Corp,


S. D. Gooch,
Sr.

W. G, Roe and
Co.

......do--


Minute Maid
Oorp.


C, H. boland



C, P. Cannon
and Slns


Herman $loan


John Spivey





0, D. Cannon
and lona

......do.....

----*.do--...-


......do.---



Oardenhira Bros.


......do ......-


C. D. Cannon
and Sons


Cardenhire Bros,



Dansby W. Dr.
Co.

P, Morrill and
Son

--....do-----.


.............. 1945


-I a8341 16 139r


0.136
236-
348

112H


204


100


200


120




80



497


238


0-194
263-
363

0-125
149-
212

56


75


60


3707


Top 15-inch
(lanag on
casing

AcaeiI hole In
pump base


Top 4.inch
clasng




Tap on top of
eating









End 4-inch
discharge
connection

Access hole in
pump base








Top of nipple
in access hole
in pump base




Airline gage


......do-- ......


kccens hole in
pump base


2i501137,271 9'I38 4: SS: N -
61.as 6- 3- 5


,65 122.6


1601





66.6


118.7







155.9



223e :

.....


.....


1.701148.5


131.6


153


145a


16916


39.25 1- 6-60


69.62





10,4A
8,9A









33.41
26.63


137









62.45
65,85





73.0
70.0

65.75
62.25

80.00
78.32


5- 9-60 N





3-11-58 W
12-15-59

*...... T




-...... T


3.21-58 T
1-28-60


1-28-60 T
















2-16-59 T
1-22-60

2-16-59 T
1-22-60

4- 8-58 T
1- 5-60


,,,L~1~,~J;I?? ~.T '`"'T


i 200












1,000





















1,000



60








1,000
"*" m


8,O



















Wei-
335

Wei.
463





Wgi-
346


W-1625


.. --.


.00"..


....--


Both WL pumping






Air line 92 feet


?Ti

~~"I a ICb~i..





Table 1. Continued
,.. ... I .. i.... ,. ,,.,. .... .. ... .... ..1. ....?. ...


747-114-1



747-119-1

747-125-1





747-131-1

747-132-1


747-133-1 (NW ISE


-2


LI 7747-137-1


747-140-1


747-142-1

-2



747-143-1


747-144-1

-2


-3


747-148-1


-2


SE NW 17 31 31 Cons. Naval
Stores Co.


NE NW 16 31 30 REA

NE NE 16 31 29 8. N. Davis





NW SW 9 31 28 S. W. Keen

NW SW 8 31 28 R. Wilson Byrd


SW 16 31 26


Citrus Grove
Development


Minute Maid
Corp.

B. P. Kelly


Lee Baggett


Ellis B. Varner

.-.-..do---..



4. F. Eger


r. R. Best


May Bros,











C. D. Cannon
and Sons
A. H, Marquardt
& Ben Lovelace
Co.

R, H. Hudson



H. C. Garden-
hire

-..---.... do------


C. J. Argue


earney's Pumps
Inc.
C. D. Cannon
and Sons


H. C. Garden-
hire, Jr.


Barr Groves Inc.IGardenhire Bros,


B. S. Varn and
R. A. Fort

Int'l, Minerals
and Chemical Co,

S. D, Gooch


......do..--..


Layne-Atlantic
Co.

......w........


903" 6



4

---2


1957 1,002 12

1959 1,471 10


1935 1,017


179M


247

254



208



187


306


90


108

165



316




360


336


3144


Top 6X3-inch
reducing
bushing

............


61e


.........---.. 158.3

--------- 202.1


3 orp of i-inch
plug on
discharge pipe

3 -----..............


Access hole in
pump base






I Top pump
column inside
pump discharge

Access hole in
pump base



Access hole in
pump base

----do- ......


rop 24-inch
casing

Top 10-inch
casing


180 1165.3


128.03


146.5





164.59

160,2



181.93


201.8

215.8


206.4


115,04


133.5


1.OA











69.61






51.93
49.21


----



76.62
76.47


88.80




133.31


138,59


32.80
32.70

43.31


2-17-55
3- 8-55




3-11-58


W-1726
8,G


--900 ----W----63
..-. 900 I -- W4963


2- 2-60 T I



..--.... J


6-19-57 T L
1-29-60

-- J E


T--L-- L

10-13-58 T L
1-28-60


1-28-60 T E


....... T L

4-23-58 T E


1-28-60 T -


5-21-58 T 8
1-22-60

1-22-60 T E


r --.... Wgi-
1007


150 D ---- W-978


1,060 Ir --- W-1110


--- D ...-- ...---.


800 Ir --. W-3779

1,300 Ir -....---.



--- r --.... 912


-..... Ir -- --

-----Ir -- Wgi'
348

---..... iTr --- Wg
343

--. n --.. W-1062,


.. D -- ----


Well in Lake
Weohyakapka,
40 feet from
shore; observed
flowing as shown


- I i i I & C Q


) 1( its 181 1 s


ful Is


l oot till (1 1


ats usi tirs '








rbr I| C tinLmulud

747-.491 NW S

747153*1 SW N5

-2 OW NS
7 2 IBWNIN


747.154-1 55 SW

747-158-1 8W 8W

-2 BW 8s

-3 sW 8a


747-159-1 NE 61


747-200-1 SE SW

747-201-1 BE SW

748-112-1 SE NW

748-114-1 NE NW

748-115-1 NW HI

748-116-1 NB N I1

748-118-1 NW NW


748-119-1, NE NE

-2 NW SW


-3 NW BW


Int'l. Hlineral
and Chemical Co

switt and Co,



0.....do.*..



Nathaniel
McFadden

Seaboard
Aitline RR
-****do ......


Lawrence
Anderson

......do.--..


B. L, Cravey

Goo. Williamson

U.S. Geological
survey

Console. Naval
Stores Co.

U.S. Geological
Survey

R. F. Mime


U.S. Geological
survey

Indian Lake
Estatesc

-...do .-..


. l ..'.,!i. ..... l1
LayII.-Atlmalnc 1946


C. D, Cannon
and Sun
..........do..


M, R, Vaughn

Barney's Pumps
Inc.



.....*........


J, P, Whatley





B. L. Cravey


Sadler and
Taylor

Van Duyne, Inc.

May Bros.

Sherwood and
Bishop

Southern Pipe
and Supply

Van Duyne,Inc.


Crosby Wall
Drilling Co.
-...... do- .


01 24-1 366
18i


803


813

300

100

390

29114

300


600


21

388

20HM

364


12M

217


172M

968

976


284

167




63

120


5914

80





15

246

12


186




80

13

390


227


3 'up cuncrtlr
pump bass
3 tr.....* ..


2,3 Ailine gage

3 Accesu hoil In
pump baic



213 AcOIse hole in
pump base

2)3 Top 4-inch
casing

2,3 Top of pump
column Lnlide
pump discharge

3 Discharge
flange on pump

1 Top 3-inch
casing

2,3 -----------.

t Top 6-inch




1 Top 1k-inch
casing
2? ..............


1 Top 6-Inch
casino


casing

2,3 Top 16-inch
casing


Flkwh 131,02


166,8


160.

128.16

136.0

136.0

143.1


140a

160




60.99


65.55

63.
63e




105.00


100.08

99.70


47,41




87.5
74,5

76,45
74,90



51,50

52.07
51.72

50.11
46.45

53,70
49.89

6.25




58.65




2,20




2.15


33.79
33.03

32,83
32.90


..* ... T A


4,30-58 T I
1- 5-60

4-30-58 T S
I. 5.60



6* 5-58 T I

6- 5-58 N
4- 9-59

6-16-58 T I
1- 6-60

6-16-58 T L
1- 6-60

6-16-58 0 L

....... C 1


1.28-60 -




12-15-59 -

....... J


12-15-39 *


3-14-58 N *
12-15-59

3-14-58 N *
5- 6-59


1,200




160

20

161








450

80-
110

60




40










1,200


In '-.I W,1008


Wat*
1008



W-3576




5,0


Wgi-
1009

W-1710







Wgi-
1010

W-4288

W-4503


Airline 130 featl
both WL pumping

Both WL pumping







Abnj WL 49.41,
1.6.60












Polk 50




Polk 53




Polk 49




WL 32.00,
12-15-59




Table 1. Clncinuea 1
.. .. . . . .


III 111 1l 143 11 1 51()
748-119-4 NW BE 4 31 30


-5 SE SE 4 31 30


748-126-1 NW SE 31 29



748-131-1 NW NW 9 31 28


748-132-1 5NE SW 5 31 28


I2 SW NE 8 31 28


-3 'SESE: 6 31 28


748-138-1 NW NE 8 31 27


-2 SWjHE 8 31 27

748-141-1 SW SW 2 31 26
ii


746-144-1 NW SW 5 31 26


-2 SE NW 8 31 26


748-145-1 SW SE 6 31 26


-2 NW 8 6 31 26




748-148-1 SW NW 10 31 25


-2 SE NW 4 3125



-3 NE SW 3 31 25


us I (eI tel (10) (I ;


Indian Lake
Estates

.-*---do.---..


Polk County



Marshall Edward,


Citrus Grove
Development Co.

M. H. Edwards


Marie D. Cody


8. P, Kelly

----...... do-----

R, C. Harley



Roy Perdue


Lake Garfield
Nurseries

J. L, Garrett


A. H, Marquardt


Crosby Well
Drilling Co.

Herman Sloan




Heater Well Co.


M. R. Vaughn


Smith-Reader-
Smith

Kenneth Turley




John Spivey

Barney's Pumps
Inc.


Gardenhire Bros.

-......do----


---......-do..---


W. L. Hutchoson M. R. Vaughn


Int'l. Minerals
and Chemical Co.

Virginia-
Carolina Corp.

..----do.--..


1957



1957


1940


1946


1957




1958

1958



1955


1945


1950



1945
1946


Layna-Atlantic 1946
Co.

M, H. Vaughn 1946


-.....do ---. 1944


290


943


199




1,202


1,138


1,168


600


37


850

725



815


844


822







797


904



746


213 2


218 2,3


153 2,3


309


247




271




145

114


281


360


0-128
188-
329





339


796


Top 3X4l-inch
reducing
coupling on
casing

Access hole in
pump base









top lk-inch
casing



rap pump
column, inside
pump discharge
...-.. ......


.............


Top lk-inch
all in access
hole in pump
base



Access hole in
side of pump
base


2.20 64.8


242.6


279.47




205.37






151.38


110.7


212e


210,1


213


.- 110.14


1.0 127.49


-....do- .... 1.3 1102


21.50
23.20



150.57
154,62









6.0




61,24
62.05


2-27-58
12-15-59



4-25-58
2- 2-60









6-17-57




4-23-58
1-28-6.


127,52 4-10-58
127.49 1-26-60


47.18
49.95


5-20-58
1-21-59


26,74 5-21-58
31.53 L-22-60


Flow
35



1,400


1,240




150




..--


1,400


1,500



::::


WgL-
1011



Wgi-
1012

W-465




W-4364


----IW-378
----IW-3875


Wgi-
342

W-2139


---- IIr I---I -----I


6,500


2,700



5,000


W-1050


Lake Weokyakapka
boat landing














Abn


WL 47,32,
1-22-60


Both WL pumping


5il


'''


ale "i r il


fi i11


) al( Ilet (1 o






'Pablo I, (;L.ilLuJ
"" o.! ..-... !! '*1 'I .r | !V!
748-14b-4 SW NW 10 31 25


-5 W NIW I0 3I 25


6 SW NW 10 31 25

749-112.1 N NW 3 31 31


749,120-1 SW HI 32 30 30


749-135-1 8E NW 35 30 27


749-142-1 E SW 34 30 26

-2 NI 8W 34 30 26


749-144.1


749-145-1


-2


-3


749-149-1


-2


749-150-1



-2


749-153-1

749-156-1


i!!. .M n 1 n!c. .

and Chumical Cu. Co,

......do ......-- o- ....---- ..


......-do-.-. -

Norman Hedleyr


Paul Keen


Crooked Lake
Park

D. e3 Murphy

-*....do--.....




Lake Garfield
Nurseries

Roy Perdue and
others

Lake Garfield
Nurseries

lutchinson
Grove

Dan F. Wear


Seaboard
Airline RR

John Parker



Int'l. Minerals
and Chemical Co,

C. W. Shepperd

American
Agricultural
Chemical Co.


**... duJ......

Sadlar-Taylor


Croaby Wall
Drilling Co,

John Spivey








Gardenhire Bros,


......do..----


......do*......


H. R. Vaughn


J. P. Whatley


Gardenhire Broa.


J. P. Whatley



May Bros.


J. P. Whatley

H. L. Chase


147


b00


400

269


800


515


126M

104H




866


847


817


681


6731


172


480



800


74

765


illi II I
1.6

24- 300
18

6 200

4 201


4 102


6 135


6 ---

4 103




12- 310
10

10- 312
8

12- 316
10

12- 179
10


6 310M
6 116


8 61



8- 160
6

4 30

30- 351


3 -.....


Top sanitary
seal

Top 4-Inch
coupling

Top 6-inch
caring

Top 6-inch cap

Top 4-inch
casing






Access hole in
pump base

.-...do ......





Top 8-inch
casing

Top 6-inch
casing

End 4-inch
discharge
connection

Top 8-inch
casing

Top 4-inch
casing
..............


111.2


118.35

57,0


74,2


134,3


165l

157




232*


217.4


230.5


198.62


126


120.0


146.0



142e


153a

160e


6.29 2- 2-59


1,00 12l-1559


29,49 2- 1-60


22.05 6-20-57

49.65 11- 5-57
47.59 1-27-60






131.17 4-25-58
130.95 1-26-60

136.46 4-29-58
136.55 1-26-60




42.37 9-30-55
47.07 10-21-55

32.18 4-17-58
34.56 1-21-59

46.68 10-10-58
45.41 1-23-60


57,65 10-10-58


5.16 6-12-58

....-. .......


5,138


6,000


6,000





- *****


W,995
lW,"-:


1013


WgL-
364

Wat*
471

Wgi-
378

W-10


E,0













Wgi-
1014


Abn

Active drainage
well for control
of surface pond-
Ing















WL 32.67,
1-23-60





Dest by mining
1959



Po-35; abn,
capped,
submerged






Table 1. Continued


ai ) 1| i .1111 5si] l ) 1 171 ,| .. | 1oi |1 1111i > 1 ) 1111 (14) I ) l 11) ,1 11i pvirWT 11) | i'1i| Ia i | i41 |1 1 i


117 2,3? ----------- --- -147.02


749-157-1



749-158-1


-2


749-159-1

749-203-1


-2


750-131-1



750-133-1


750-135-1


-2


750-137-1



-2

750-141-1

750-142-1


-2



-3


750-143-1



-2


SE NE



NE NE


NW NW


NW NE

NW NW


NW NW


SE SW


American
Agricultural
Chemical Co.

---.--do------


------do------......


J. P, Jameson

Lang-Lawless
Fruit Co.

..------do------


Florida
Research and
Water Co.

B. V. Dopler


Crooked Lake
Park Water Co.

A. Haber


0. T. Bryan



......do-- ......

Sam David

E. A. Pierce


L, F, Richey



Ledly Wear


N. A. Odowvki


--....do-----


.------ TIE


\\ \z


Barney's Pumps 195!
Inc.


------ 1916
.............. I9M@


.............. 1916


J. P. Whatley 1956

May Bros, 1950





Layne-Atlantic 1941
Co.


Crosby Well 1950
Drilling Co.

John Spivey 1958


Dunham 1956


Crosby Well 1953
Drilling Co. 1954


......do------ 1947

.............. 1940

Layne-Atlantic 1951
Co.

May Artes Well 1943
1944


Gardonhire Bros.1945


Barney's Pumps 1956
Inc.


Sherouse Well 1957
Drilling


42

1307





304


775





199

587


19%


967



918


1,060


167M


960



L,050

900

735


719


195 6


Pump discharge
flange

Top 2-inch
casing

Access hole in
pump base





Top 10-inch
casing

Top 4-inch
casing

End 6-inch
coupling on
pump discharge





Access hole in
pump base

End 8-inch
discharge
connection




top pump
column inside
pump discharge
..............


155e

157.5


155e


161.65



187,9


143e


136e


132.5







170e


177,0



176e


161.48


700 10-


725 8



130 3


81.40
77.72

5.87
5.05

59.16
60.11





35.75


17.05
14.98

31.68







76.76
77,00

84.93
87.58





68.74
68.80


---. W-3547


6-18-58
1- 4-60

6-18-58
1- 4-60

1-10-58
2- 1-60





3-14-58


12-19-58
2- 1-60

10-14-58







4-29-58
1-27-60

10-13-58
1-27-60





4-11-58
1-27-60


Wgi-
344

W-3849


.....--- ...--- JE


40



400

















450


1,500


W-623



W-2127


Wgi-
1015

Wgi-
1016


Abn


Both WL pumped
recently


T E


T L


1,200 Ir


600 Ir --


-------D







Table 1. Cuntlnuld

750-145.1 NHE 1E 2 30

WE 81 25 310

750-48-1 88NI 28 30


750.149.1 NI 51 29 10


.2

750.151-1


.2


.3

.4

750-152-1

750-156.1


750-157-1

750-158-1

750-20051

751-127-1


751-128-1

751-131-1


NI 81 29 30 25

NI 25 30 24


MW NWE 4 30

NW E 2 30


C. L. Howll |Cerdenhlic hrog,


Deway H,
Summers
Florlda Pfonee
O11 Corp,

Midittla
Picker Ince

......do..*...

Int'l, Hlinral
and ChemIcal C

..-..do..--...


25 ......do-..--.

24 ......do ......

24 ,0 W, Sheppard

24 Aerican
Agricultural
Chemical Co.
23 .do ......

23 T. J. Anderson,
Br,
23 D, a. Kibler,
Jr.
29 Laura M. L.
Smith

28 A. L. GOlbert

28 H. L. Wilson,
Sr.


......d.da .... I


ir Pitt


May aros,
Gardenhirs Bros,

Whatley Pump
and Wall Co.
a Layne-Atlantic
o Co.

..--....do....



... wdo*....ll









Barney's Pumps
Inc.



J. P. Whatley

Dunham Well
Drilling Co.

John Spivoy

Whlut'y Pump
and Wall Co,


1947 812

1957 775

1928 4,540


1943 1,100


1966 969


776

150

117M





345

180

167

978


848

917


I'r4 ;',:; | *"f .. .

361 3 ***"4**
3,130 ...... .......
3,130 ... ..............


19

0.148
244-
354
346


331

93

60





268

80

70-80

163


255

263


Top 11 in
amass hole in
pump base



Access hole in
pump base




......do ....




Top 4-inch
casing
Top 10-inch
:oupling




Top of manitA(>
seal
Top 4-Lnch
casing
nd of 6-Inch
discharge
nipple



nd 8-inch
ischargo
coupling


.... 84.96


121.5





122.0


1.0 129,26


(Iri 1111 )1)1210( Ijli
"'"'IIs I I '

'- rr~~~lTII. '

Irll I r

i


35,60
21.60




39,80


44.7,
40,46

11.62
50.75
30.76
3,.87
50,42
48,30
57,05


L. 6.59
1.25.60







5.22.i58
1*23.60

5122*S5
1.23.60
5-22.58
1I 9-59

6.12-B5
1. 5-60
5-27.58


.0 n -.


,000 In


6,000 I **


6,000

100


S145.89 *** .....n... T I ** In

.50 150.7 58,94 6-16-58 2 1 D0
53.15 1- 5-60
.40141.5 12,59 6-23-58 C Z.....* *
9,97 1- 4-60
2,5 123,6 34.22 12-15-59 T L 1,720 tr


-- 125.8 ..... ....... .....

5.0 135e 37,32 2-18-58 TL -- Ir


485



W-61


545

W1399


W-1395

W-1706







Weli
1017






WO*i
800


Oil trst wrll;
abn, capped,


pump ing







WL 70.70, 1L25-60,
pumping

Air line 67 feti
WL 50,51, 1.2.560
WL 30,48, L 25.60




Abn


135,5

118,90

141a

137.4





'rTabl 1, Continued
. .. .... ... ... I l l .lll l l LI '1 1 M


751-132-1


-2


751-133-1


-2


751-135-1


751-140-1


751-141-1


751-143-1



-2



-3


751-145-1

-2


-3


751-146-1


-2


751-148-1


751-155-1


-2


SE NW 20


SW S9 20


SW SW 18


SW SW 18


NW NE .23


8E SW 13


NWU W ,23


SE :3E 20



NW NW 21



SE SW L16


NE NW 19

,SW ise i24


NW SW 19


NW NW 24


SE NW 24


SE SE 16


NW NE 20


NW NE 20
M8 /90


H8


30 28 Lake Garfield
Nurseries

30 28 ------do------


30 28 Village of
Highland Park

30 28 ----do-----


30 27 N. C. Jahna


30126 W. C. Fulton


30:26 Roy Perdue


30 26 lInacy Golon



30 26 1R. C. Harley



30 26 ,. C. Cook and
'Sons

30 26 iGo Chartrand

30 25 Joel C. Garrard


30 26 Dixieland
Enterprises

30 25 Marshall II.
Edwards

30 25 1. F. Allbritt c


30 25 Virginia-
Caroline Corp,

30 24 Int'l, Minerals
and Chemical Co

30 24 -...do-- ..


Gardenhire Broa


-----do- ......


Layne-Atlantic
Co.




Crosby Well
Drilling Co.

Gardenhtro Bros


--.-----do-. .-


Barney's Pumps
Inc.






Cardenhiro Bros.


-----do******
------do-----



....- do..----


Layne-Atlantic
Co.

nardenhire Bros,


Libby-Freeman


Layna-Atlantic
.Co.

- -- ---do---- -


.-.--.... --.


1955


1957


1948


1927


1954


1945


1945


1956



1955



1949


1946

1946


1946


1951


1'946


1950


1951


1951


965


932


1,080


900


325


828


658


465


168.6 66.52 12-22-58 TIE ----- I -- .......
S65.51 2 1-60





4081


498


975





114


252


307


113



109



106


209

299


242


298


210


62


157


336


Access hole in
pump base







Access hole in
pump base

..............


146.7


121.7


132.6


135e


163.4


154.97


4-11-58
1-27-60


4-11-58
1-27-60


4-23-58
1-27-60









4-24-58
1-26-60

1-22-60


5-21-58
1- 9-39

1- 5-60


600


1,100

--**


1,500 lZr


1,285





8,000


350


5,200


5.0 157.47



1.4 166.9


-- 175.8

-- 212e


...-* 186e


.30 204.59


.50 170.7


1,0 113.37


1.40 183.4


--- 182,5


Wal*
Wgi-
1018

W-1754









337

W-928


W-3848


... u-3649




461

--. -974

Wgl.
363


352

--. W-2413


-.. -1006


-*- W-2856


.--.-2500


....-- -2538


14,00


63.35
63.64


62.97
67.03


71.78
71.90


'--






118.27
118.25

95.99


35.35
31.62

107.75


738 110


I II aIIII1 3 1 4 1I N I I I I l . ..


I


2- 1-60


Top pump
column, inside
discharge

End 8-inch
discharge
connection

Access hole in
pump base




---------




Access hole in
pump base

....-- do.....-


...--.do-..-..


........do----


I Iusl ol I 1


Ia


i.it l .mll lll ld llmkll


Ill Ill


r iii)


s eit fini


lidl|


Abn; plugged






































UL 5-21-58
pumping

WL pumping





'lIbl 1., (Ni I NllnuiE


ltl-iS5-3 NWjNE 20l30 4


.4


751-159.1


751.201.1


752-120-1


752-123-1


752-133-1


752-134-1

-2


.3



752-135-1

-2


-3


752-140-1


.2



752-141.1

-2


Init'l. lnerals
*lid Chuilc l Co,








*...*.do-----*


Robert .,
Roeficrmre

Sam Keen


......do.....


Highland Park
Service Co.

I, A O'Shaugh-
Basy

Cooperative
Pruit Co.

Highland Park
Service Co.


A. W. Owvens

......do*......


Johnson and
Mims

R. 0, Newcombe


......do-.*--



Roy Perdue

J. A Keon


'..........! ., !I
LaynrlAtlaiLicL 1957 832 26
Co,






Oardenhlir Broe 1956 ... 12


Layne-Atlantic 1947 888 241
Co. 18

Cecil Argue 1952 80 4


Vsn Duyns, Inc. 1947 270 3


Spivey 1950 350 3
1951
.............. .... .... 6


Crosby Well 1956 950 12
Drilling Co.

......do ..... 1957 840 10


May Bros. 1945 846 8-
6


C..rl Croeby 1953 400 4


Crosby Well 1955 115 4
Drilling Co.
--....do-....- 1957 1,275 10


Tyson 1922 182 4


Cardenhire Bro.,1946 694 10


......do ..... 1950

......do---.- 1950


783 10

695 12


144










430


60


180


170




163


138


0-198
237-
252

115


115


183


56


158


115 2,3


.iAe' ul ; i' 1.1 .I. i i l 'ui .. i
IAtusE b huI IU In l.4 112.i 11 ?,JBI 5-2B5Bl


pump bemo


.*................. 135.04


Pump house
floor

concrete floor
at well




End s-inch tap
on discharge
pipe















Top 4-inch
casing

Water lubrica-
tion line tap
on pump base



Gage tap on
pump dichargo
lanse


64.5
64.5

72




180,8





201,4











145.0


140e


--. 1138,04O


6,4A
7,5A

4.0A
4,85J




71.08

















40.18


50.00
46.01

,**** i


1.801143.881 59.991
60.43


1- 5-60


2- 4-59
12-15-59

2- 3-59
12-14-59




12-15-59

















L-27-60


6-21-57
1-27-60




3-11-58
1-27-60


T 5,00 I n ** W-4185


3,50













1,500


Ir *

Ir --


W-1476



















Wgi-
1019

















.W-2126

VW-2141
W*2141


Air line 130.3
feell alternate
nP is air line
galg, 2.25 feel
above land lur.
face; WL pomp.
ing 1-5.60,
*Sieai pump












Abn























Abn


II


tial




Tablu I. Continued


752-141-3




752-142-1


-2


-3

-4


-5


-I6


-7



-


752-143-1


-2

752-145-1


-2


.3


-4


-5


752-146-1

-2

-3


NW SE 10 30 26 John White


N5 NW 16 30 26 Vurdon Vuolht


NW SE 16 30 26 Roy Purdue

SW SE 12 30 25 ,Tru-0-Ripu
.'Groves

SE NE 13 30 25 Mrs. Goo.
!Chartrand

SE SE 113 30 25 M. Ktnet


NW SE 18 30 26 R. 1.. Bryan


NE NW 18 30 26 uy 1r
Summara

SW NW 13 30 25 J., G, Stunner

SW NW 13 30 25 ..... do -----

SW NW 13 30 25 -....do-- ...


l11a 4 r3ie 151 i in

SW SW 14 30 26 J. P. Ellis




SE SE 16 30 26 Roy Perdue


'NW SE16 30 26 E. H. and B. B.
Register

NE NE 16 30 26 D. J. Godwin

SW NW 15 30 26 Big-4 Groves


NE NW 1S 3026 ------do.----


NE NE 16 30 26 IFulCon Cole
i iSeed Co.

SW SW 10 30:26 IGarrard Groves


Barney's Pumps 1956
Inc.



H. C. 1945
Cardenhire

Whatley Pump 1950
and Well Co. 1951

......do .--- 1950

A. H. Marquardt 1935


Crosby Wall 1955
Drilling Co.




Gardenhire Bros 1946



Barney's Pumps 1956
Inc.

Red Rodsors 1950


------------- 1957







Gardonhiru Bros,1946


------do----------


.....d.....- ----


Bill Tyson 1921

Rogers 1936

Gardunhire bros,1949


719 110


715 12


185 27,
13


150


100


160

170


146





0-169
202-
233

207





145







242


495


149


110

100

148


Top pump
column inside
of pump dis-
charge

Access hole in
pump base












Top 6-inch
casing





End 8-inch tee
on discharge

End 8-inch
discharge pipe









access hole in
pump base

......do ......


.--.--do-----


Concreto floor


t el se
) 1
: *1( ) ;a ;


0.25 143.71




2.3 171.0













.5 159.5


--- 159.4



3.5 140.39


5.9 162e










1.30 176.2


.501670


.30 155.6


lush 214.1

.... 214.0

.... 209,0
1


48.38
48.62



76.39
83.83






..---





66.96
68.87





44.03


64.51










94.48
91.58

74.00
73.63

61.43
58.78

117.42
--.-=

**-...


1,200 Ir -


1,200 Ir


..... Ir


----.... r










..... Ir


.....----- Ir
-... r ir

-- E r


I


W-3874













Wgi-
355

Vgl-
359
---** -













Wgi-
460


i t am Ital palpm t


I


rr7


4-11-58
1-27-60



2-10-55
6- 3-55












6-19-57
1-27-60


15


1,400


W-4189





















W-111


1-27-60 T


1-27-60 T


....... T







10-15-58 T
1-26-60

4-22-58 T
1-26-60

10-15-58 T
1-26-60

5-24-57 -

-. T
******* T

**-.--.-


--


lI. nlo


II I Cml Im. ly-re I. .


II [ I-t


111 lial


114I|






Tible 1. Ciun;nurd


753146;4 HNW i


.i i-vn i'a..iia1 11.j r.,'11' Il'"ii


Joel C, Garrard ..............* 1946


.5
*6


752.149.1


.2



-4
.3


.4


752-0.1-1

*2


*3

*4



752-201.1

*2

*3



*4


753-128-1

753-129-1
.2


25 Marshall HI
Edwards

25 L, OCarlold
Nurseries

25 Bartow Orowers
Inc.

25 folk County
fram Bureau

2I oity of IBatow


25 s. A, Laurent

25 arshall H,
Idwvrds

25 Polk County
Board of Public
Instruction

25 Oity of Bartow


25 Znt'l. Minerals
and Cheamial Oo


23 Virginia.
Caroling Corp.

23 ......do.-.....








28 ., B, Bnlvedyi
23 ......do--

26 R. S. IniveIlY,
st.al

28 Alton Assin.

28 ...... do ......


720 112


Layne-Atlantic 1949
Co.

Gardenhlre Bro .1949

......do4..... 1949


J. P. Whatlay 1955

S.... do ..... 1957





Roy Wilt 1956

J. P. Whatley 1956


......do ..... 1955


LaynseAtlantic 1951
Co.

J, P. Whatley 1952

......do- .... 1952

......do...... 1952



Mvredith Bros. 1960

larsny's Pumps 1956
Inc.



Roy Witt for 1957
Barney's Pumps
Inc.i


775 16,
12

620 10

736 20

500 8

500 8


3651 85

3141 4

145 8


155 8

186 8


213 6

860 12

740 12-
10

987 30-
24

874 10

4

802 10


420

126

*104

60

60





64H1

63


65


105


59

270

0-177.
235-
275

354


208



155


AccesI hol ill
pump baus

......do......




Assesi hole in
pump bass

4op B.Lnah
eap 5insh
cemin
Water lubrtica
tion line tip
in pump bas

lop 5-inoh
eaiing

Top 4ineh I
ceaing




Tep on pump
disohargle

Aoeses hole in
pump baee













Top pump
column, Inside
pump disohergs


iop 5/8-lnch
Wtter lubrica-
connection


*120as


. 1190


.70135.62



.70 115.60


207.6




126,2

126,5

132|


1232

125s

123.34


127.6

133.0


121.10

120


46.33
2.,05


18.08


120,65
120,50



44,79
42.50

39,45
39.09

38.93
43,13

31,45

38.00





42,65

51,92
52.49

*****l


12.30-58 1
12 14-59


12-14-59 T
.-T

IZ145l1


ill n "Isjj ii $51 _


4-24.58
1.26560



12.18.59
1.25.60

4. 3.15
5- 7-18

4. 2-58
12148659

1-29.60

11*15,56





4- 2.58

1 9-19
s. 6159

o ... ON


TI 608


.6,000

I 1,200



1,500


1,230

..p.m


23.00







..232




232


7. ....243
76 W 2431


WIL,
Wei
1020

1021

W-5390


Wo4331



W-4190


W-3044

We-t
466

W.3043

....epe










W-3862


0.951195.5 1 1L3,11 3-24.571T
116.95 1-36-60


N1W 11 30


loth WL pumping




Backlilled to
200 fest

Abn










WL 49.20,
12-18-.91 All
WL pumping


..... .......I

..... .......




Table 1. continued
II) Il la) 14 ) I It i l o 1 Ill I loll, 1181 1 1141 ftilTe ..It i l is N I lo tll tl l 41 1

753-132-1 SW NW 8 30 28 Highland Park May Bros, 1945 620 8- 549 3 ---.-- 147.3 --.. ....... E .... Itr .... Wall pe states
Service Co. 6 1022 sand and alay
to 540 fest

753-133-1 NW NE 7 30 28 ......do- ...... --. do------ 1945 672 8 185 3 End 6-inch tee 8.40 182.7 78.11 12-15-59 TE I.. t Ir .... Wgi-
on pump dis- 1023
charge

753-134-1 W SW 7 30 28 Minute Maid Libby-Frevman 1950 921 12 217 3 .. .-- ..-- -----. .... ... .... -- --.. .- 1,500 Ir ..-- W-1949
SCorp.

-2 W NE 12 30 27 Florida Layne-Atlantic 1941 1,063 18- 790 3 Access hole in 1.50242.44 140.91 12-19-57 T E 1,600 PS ... W-500
Utilities Corp. Co. 12 pump base 133,14 12-15-59

753-138-1 SE NE 7 30 27 Seaboard R. H. Hudson ---- 200 4 ---- 3 ..................------ ---- --------- --. T 1 ---. PS, ..
Airline RR X

753-139-1 W SE 6 30 27 Royal Palm Ice -----------.. 1929 336M 8 90H 2,3 op B-inch 1.10120.6 16.50 11- 4-58 N ... In ... E,G Abn, W 18.77,
Co. casing 14.61 7-24-59 12-16-59

-2 SW SE 6 30 27 ---... do------ -----.----.... 1929 500 10 ---- 3 ..--- .----....... --.. .---.. ---- E In .... --..

-3 E NE 7 30 27 Seaboard R. H. Hudson 1937 631 6 105 2,3 ..............---------- ......-- --.... TE .. X ... *TI...
airline RR
N
Ut 753-142-1 SE 4 30 26 B. B. Register Whatley Pump 1949 700 10 120 2,3 ---.....----- --... ---.. --.. .... TL 1,000 IU *-- .....
and Well Co.

-2 INE NE 9 30 26 J. Godwin Barney'a Pumps 1955 720 10 101 2,3 .--........- --. *- .. --- ---*---I TL 1,200 Ir r-- W-3744
Inc.
-3 SE E 9 30 26 Marvin Voit -.....do-- .. 1955 720 8 120 2,3 Pump discharge 1.30141.20 46.99 1-27-60 T L 700 Ir .-- W-3747
flange

-4 SE NE 9 30 26 R. M, Young Dick Dunham ..-- 150 -- 140 2? ..................... -----.--.... T D .....

-5 SW SE 3 30 26 L. S. Morgan L. S. Morgan 1951 72 2 28 1 -.....--......- --.. .---- --. ------ E -- D ....* ....

-6 SW SE 3 30 26 B. T. Morris B. T. Morris 1953 100 2 .... 1 Iop 2-inch .2 129e 5.70 5-22-57 C 8 ... D ... .....
casing
753-143-1 SW NW 9 30 26 Roy Perdue Gardenhire Bros,1950 862 10- 225 2,3 Check-valve 3.55 150,7 57.27 1-27-60 T L -.... Ir -.. W-2151
a flange

-2 SW NE 9 30 26 M. R. Voight Barney's Pumps 1956 305 4 80 2,3 --...-.... ... ..- ...- --- ----- T E 30 D .........
Inc.
-3 NW SE 9 30 26 C. E. Voight Red Rogers 1950 757 10 134 2,3 ......-- ..... ..-...- ..- ..... --- L 700 Ir .... ...

753-145-1 NW NW 7 30 26 Alturas-GarfialGardenhire Broa, 1946 332 6 143 3 ................------.... ..-- .....- T E In ---- Wgi-
Packing Plant 370

-2 SW SW 6 30 26 E. T. Roux ......do -- 1948 592 6 134 2,3 .---............. ---- ---"-- J *..... D *-.. Bi
398

-3 E HE 12 3025-- .... do- ...... C. H. Danby 1951 600 12 ..--.. 3 Access hole in .3 1381 44.44 4-1758 T L ..... Ir ...........
oump base 43.92 1-26-60





*(uTe \, ( IuAulIWd


Arthur C.
Cht Cham

City of 0I


Girdonlilrs rI o. 1949


srtow IJ. 1, Whatley


.5


753-1491,







*3

753.150-1


*2



*3


.4

.5



753-151-1

-2

-3


.4

753-152-1

-2

*3


.4


HI SW 8 305 Harvey HIll oardenhtre Bro. 1947

HW lV 5 30 25 CIty of Barlow W. V. Hamilton 1904


.-..=.do......


W NW 18 30 25 Bilis Gibson

N5 SW 8 30 25 ity of Bartow


Crown Cork and
Seal Co.

Kuden Citrus
Co.
......do ......


25 City of Bartow .. ........

24 Armour and Co. ............


24 ..--do ....

24 ......do--.--


24 ..-. do......


ViLrinia
Machine and
ell Drilling
Co,

Layne.Atlantic
Co.

Howard 8. Godwir

Florida Wall
and Supply


Central Florida
Well Drillers

F. H. May


C. D. Cannon
and Bon
......do---.-


*' .15 -"'
5.....-! 7 ..... I DWI ,..r~. ....
Arhu C, OU


670 10.


607 13

600 6


765 15


1955 650 16


1945 635 20


.... 10


285 8

632M 18


645 18

780 26


740 26-
16


'iri:..i I's' ______ II) S


396HM 3


746

ii


MIl 6la-.;


67.4U
65i 10


4,?17v,
r^l7i


Access holt In
pump 4I04





AsasII hol* In
pump ba s


350 I


............ 112 -*o ".' .". N .*

... .... 120.72 .... ..*.... T 400


............0 ..... .." .... T E 2,000


- ... ....... T 2,300


""..,


....I-.... IPo.31


Back-ftlled
plugged at
530 feat

Air line 61 feet


Po-30



Both WL measured
while pumping

Both WL static,
nearby wells
being pumped


... IW.945


67 2,3 .......-**....... -- ... ..... 100 I..r .* ......

93 2,3 ............ ... 124 "....... T 1,03 M .... W-3304


kirlitn gase


2,3 Acceaa hole in
pump bar.
3 I...... do ....-


Access hole in
pump base


Access hole in
pump base
...... do ......


....-- 2T,
3
155M 3


155? 3

88 2,3


195 2,3


1,90119.56

.70 118.5


00 120e



1.0 123,9



1.60 147.0


1.40 143.3


35,4
34.4

32.89
31.65

31.91
30.18


44.65




85,95
87.47

57.40
56.40


4- 1-58
12-18-59
4- 1-58
12-18-59

3-31-58
12,18-59



12-19-57



5- 2-58
12-21-59

5- 9-58
12-18-59


Tt I
Tt


1,500 In,

2,500In


W-3459

W-956


-.- In I.---....


Wgi-
1024


101,06 13,57 4,' 251 T X
I1.67 I12.1ia5


......do..- I .....dpv ... .. |155


ii" '.1,rT not in o-T Sr,."






S*.... W.I435 lac killed a
Kiek {lk,. A
not In uril

H .... W,14W *ack mILLe4 ,
plu|id4 at
575 flst

In I.. Wit' Abn, capped
371
M 77 W.332


to

bnl


nd


....... I.-. Irls.rll


--=- 8





Table 1, Continued
.. .. ... .. ..... .. -, .


753-155-1

-2




753-156-1


753-158-1


-2
-3,



.4,



-5
",4











.2
753-201-1



-2




754-122-1


754-123-1



754-132-1


88 SW 4 30 24


NWWSW 4 30 24




SW NE 7 30 24


SB S 2 30 23


SE SE 2 30 23

NI NW 11 30 23


375M1 8 .--


Davidson
Chemical Co
......do-- ...





F. S. Royscer
Guano Co.

City of
Mulberry
...... do ------

Int'l. Minerals
and Chemical Co.


City of
Mulberry


Cecil Hagan


Int'l. Minerals
and Chemical Co.



Virginia-
Carolina Corp.



--- do- ......


J. P. Whatley







Layne-Atlantic
Co.






Barney's Pumps
Inc.

Howard E. Godwii







M. R. Vaughn


--...do --. 1941


James L. Cresby Well
Pennington Driling Co.

Polk County Herman Sloan


J. S, Chastain John Spivey


147







332




237M



264



67


700 8 140


top 8-inch
easing

Access hole in
pump base



......do.....






L-inch plug in
10-inch casing
plug

-inch nipple
In access hole
in pump base









Top 2-inch all
on breather
pipe into
casing

Air line sgae



Top 4-inch
casing

lk-inch gate
valve on well
discharge

Top pump
column inside
pump discharge


0.65205e 102.48 1221-59 T 350


1.70 194,9 103.60 5-28-58 T E
103.60 12-21-59


144.0


116.24




100.9



106.85


55.34


35.50
30.07



21.00
20.84


19.98


1.8 114.82 35.27
33.67


4.0 115.3


60.0


554



114.2


76.0?
58.7



11. SA


13.6A
12.3A


14.72
10.95


12-21-59


1-25-55
12-21-59



2- 8-55
3- 8-55


12-21-59


5-13-58 T
1- 4-60



5-13-58 T
1- 4-60



12-14-59 C


9-29-59 N
12-14-59



12-11-59


1,800







1,500



50


500


W-1760




sG


-.--I-3566


D 74 .....


PS .-- ----.


950 IPS, -- W.410
In


750- Ps ...
800


S 100 D ...

. --.. 72.5


800


776 16


1957 92


1903 400


NE SW


88 SW 35


WL pumping


Also air line
138.6 feet, with
gage 2,5 feet
above land sur-
face








Abn









Formerly flowing
well; reported
yield is flowing;
supplies 10
houses





Air line 115 feant
both WL pumping;
1958 WL by
owner's gage

WL by pressure
gage

Lake Rosalie
boat landing


Wgl-
1025
*..-.,*


.--I I I I I ---I I


s u brillashesitse d


lk I d a I f ]


IT)


Ie) I te


sees a usi: uns


Has sees


glop







TablW 1. Continued
ji, "" ;ii ...ii.. i.ii.i...7.!irr~ L L_''.'..- i.i''i'......


--


Hihlend Parkl
Service Co,

W, P, and L, f
Koper


754.-34-1



754-135-1

.3





-3


.4


.5



.6



.7


-9


-10


754-136-1

-2


-3




754-137-1


Hay 4r a,


LayneuAsntic
Co. I


NW 6


BE 36



NI
NH 2

NE 2


Flamingo Tile Layne-Atlantic
Co. Co.


30 78






3027


30 27


Florida
Utcilitic Corp.

*****doe*.*.we





Florida Power
Corp.

...... do-..*.-





Florida Citrus
Canners Corp.



...... do ......

-......do---
-***-do.****

......do ......


.--..-do-' "--

----...... do-- ......


---... do .....

...... do-.;..


.e... ... e-..


LaynesAtlIntic
Co.




R. J. NskiLrk


Crosby Well
Drilling Co.
.....do0.....



R. H,. Hudson




R. H, Hudson

d......do...--



H. R. Vaughn

...-- do.----


Crosby Wall
Drilling Co.

P. Morrill and
Son


750


750


718


1,155


1,158


735



538


BOO,


177?


114



1,360







120


4081


597




590




236


1945 89t 10


1944 1,235 12



1912 809 12'


10
1950 1 010 l.o
to


198 3 """"""",.


411 4 Top l-tnch
nipple In
acosI hole in
pump housl

27, I............
3

652 3 Top 3/4.4nah
nipple in
sosess hole in
pump ba*l


743. 72






147,53





III


-wqw ........7


41.94 12*L115911


.....-.......1... 140.60 .- I .... NI


Access hole in
pump base




Air line gage


Top 2-inch
breather pipe



Access hole in
pump base


137.50


131.49


131.1


133.6'


36.10
32.38




32.0
29.8

31.38


1.2 123.27 i:731
14.(37


....... T


-T
---** T
1

12-20-57 T
12-11-59

T


12-23-57 T
12-11-59

12-11-59 N



12-23-57 T
12-11-59


-Io 1r jYr'


139, 0


S '-"li i-



1- 9,5B T 9



.


160 In -.... -460


1,000


3,550









120


W-903


W-904


W-2128






W-1689


..V..


1,500





1,000


1,260


55O


525


''t'
L1026
W-B75






W.241l






***** .


--*** ~


1940 1,400 8,6
S14k


1940

1940

1940


1944


1945


1950


1957



1947


AIr lne 70 fslt
UL by gase 1 toot
above lsd,4129,57
47 elst sIttis
and )5.5 coso
pump inl

Abn and burtedi


Alt oonditioning
only

Clolsd system
drainagl well
for 754-135-4

Industrial
drainage wellI
abn, capped,
burried, 1941



Abn









kir line 80 feet


WL 32.40 below
top casing, 0.25
above land sur-
face, 12-23-57


.*........... [.*.


......*.***.. ...*.





Table 1. Continued
(I 11 is 11 ll4 ll s T M I 1| 1101 |I ("1 ,,I. l.1 1, i" 1 1 i loll |. 2l la 1 |, ". I 1


754-140-1


754-143-1


-2


754-144-1


754-145-1

754-147-1


-2


-3


754-148-1



-2


754-150-1


-2


754-151-1

-2


-3


-4


)54-152-1


-2


-3


SW SE


SE NW


SE SW


W NW


SW NE

NW NW


NW NW


NW SE


SW NE



NE SW


NE SW


SE NW


NE SE




NW SE


SW SE


NW SE


NW SE


NW S8


Bob Stokes


J. W. Johnson


Dewey H.
Summers

--...do-----


Matilda Purcell

H. C. Conner
Estates

----.. do--..


-.....do......-


City of Bartow



Virginia-
Carolina Corp.

J Stuart


Florida State
Road Dept.

W. A. Lyle




W. A. Lyle


.-...-do-..--


Armour and Co.


......do- ......


..-...do--......


Crosby Well
Drilling Co.

Mclver Pump and
Supply Co.

Gardenhire Bros,


...... do ......

....--..do.-----

---...... do-- ......
---*do---


----do-----





J. P. Whatley
and Son





J. P. Whatley


Sadler-Taylor


3. P. Whatley




0. M BSoland


ihatlay Pump
and Well Co.

Layne-Atlantic
Do.

......do--....


-----do -....


Top 4-inch
cas ing




Top 10-inch
coupling on
casing
Access hole in
piup base


......---...


Access hole in'
pump base


0.7 113e





.10 121.7


1.10 121.6







1.40 116.7


I. n .. .-- ..----



00 tr -I-- .--- B,


. x .- ------
..... x -...* .-




..... I-- .-- ......----


700 Ir .-- 8,0


120 In *.- W-1690


1,220 In --. W-1801


1,200 In --*- W180L


9.03
9,90




26.19


24.24







23.79
23.74

45,29
44.93

40.10


Abn, capped,
buried

Abn


Number 'not
assigned

Po-29





*Steam-powered
pump

*Do


Both WL pumping


2- 1-60
2- 2-60




10-15-58


1-27-60







3-31-58
12-17-59
3-31-58
12-17-59

5-21-58


-rI.


---...do--- .. ,.751136,8


Wgi-
353






Wgi-
470

W7i-
572


11- 5-58
1- 7-59




5- 9-58
12-21-59

5- 9-58
12-21-59


WL pumping






















Peace River Park


350-
400,




1,200


Top pump
column, inside
pump discharge

..............


---













lop 8-inch
casing




Access hole in
pump base

-.-.do-....


800-
900

200


87


202




416


622M


188


L,085


830


41.38
42.00




72.21
61.62

73.50
74.47


Flus 128e


lI..s


.75 120.0


-- 146.19


.90 146.83


lush 146.31


44


53




4167


40H


79


290


284






Tblt (. cuntrnied


754*.53.4 ml 3 SQ 34

iS NX IW 36 39 34

*6 NE IW 36 39 34


754*154- W NI 4 30 34

754.ISS.1 NI NI 30 34

-3 NIm W 4 30 24

.3 I Wl 4 30 24

.4 IW IW 33 29 24


754-156-1 OW WE 6 30 24


754-159-1

-2

-3

*4


754-201-1

754-202.1

754-203-1


753-131-1

-2


755-133-1


2 30

2 30

3 30


3 30

33 29

6 30

31 29

33 29

33 29

25 29 2


'. ~ =. :. :. --- .i- m i I jlt: il


Armour and Co. HN, R, Vaughin


W. A ytl



DaC icl on









,.....do--****


Coronet
Phosphate Co,

Int'l, Mineralsi
and Cheamcal Co,
...... do ......

Kaiser Aluminum

......do ......


Burt Wells



Fuhock


Alcomi Packing
Co.
..----do------


7 Waverly Grower
Corp.


C land

J. P. Whetlay

LaynaAcIantic
Co.

Virgini*a
Carolina Corp,

LaynerAtlantie
Co.






Virginia
machine and Wel:
Co.
...............


Industrial Pump 1956

......do- .... 1957

...---..... .. 1952

Howard Morrill 1947




Barney's Pumps 1956
Znc.
............... ....

..-............ ....


750 30


500

520

826


785

721

600


350

77'


727 20



230 8

230 4


80 3
ISO 3
150 3

103M 4


420 6

-- 6

---- 10


as 32,3


00

60*
60

311




330

316

191

325







72


75

40






112


Accire hole in
pump b4 I


3,001145,8


23 ,3j...................r
13,3....................rcr


3..............3*l06,01


crae hole in


ump base


Acess hole in
pump bass





Top of wooden
plug in casing

Top 4-inch
easing

Access hole in
sanitary Beal

Top 6-inch
casing

End 8-inch
discharge
connection


.... 217,70

.. 215, 00




.... 136.0


- .5 125.2



2.30121.2






Flush 75e

.5 85.7


.5 107.85

2.5 ....

2.80 209.3


66,5S I, 9518
67,i1 13ilV5$9


I


5-23-5I
12-21-59


6-20-58
12-21-59


3.16 4- 9-58


7.29 6-21-57
5.03 1- 4-00

11.22 12-23-57
7.90 12-11-59

6.52 12-23-57

114.49 1- 9-58
110.53 12-11-59


'. '(.".i.iT "'-!] OL I-`.l-LT


S,5O00 In ,4-



L *... Ir **"-'

* 4,100 In ***-

S15,000 In ....

X 4,000 In .N.

2 290 In




4,292 In


I ..... In ....



E 700 In ...











S 100 PS, *-..
In

S -- I --

L --,*** I ----


W-3780


*vTory B Wth WL pumping






W.3007




W-2765

W-2742




W-l10 Abn





..... o data available


1027





.------- *


I


38.77
36.51


32.69
?8.50





Table 1. Continued
III Il() I ,is 11 e i |1 ,) L Is) | ( (io, | III) I 1 l I) 3 (141 I, I f l (o l i tm i.. 9 (. u l | l 1| t.4 itst


28 Roy Rosell


755-133-2



-3


755-134-1


-2




755-139-1



755-142-1

755-143-1


755-147-1


755-149-1


755-150-1

-2


-3


-4


-5

-6


-7

755-151-1

-2


31 29 27 R. K. Harmon


J. H. Bowden

C. C. Scott


Virginia-
Carolina Corp.

Florida Light-
weight Prod. Co.

J. K. Stuart


...---do------



......do .....
......do......


SWNW




SE NE


NW NE


C. D. Cannon
and Sons


Crosby Well
Drilling Co.

C. C. Crosby



John Spivey


Marquardt 1955


Winter Haven
Pump and Supply

M. R. Vaughn


Roy Wilt


Kenneth Turley 1950


J. P. Whatley


Kenneth Turley


J. P. Whatley


--... do------ C., Boland 1913

......do -- s- Kenneth Turley I---


...... do ......
-..---do----
------do.---.-
--*do*---


....--..do----

.....do- ..

3. P. Whatley


Mountain Lake
Corp.

Miles and
Arthur Davis


Milton Graven


810


404


1031


225


73H


416


600

60


65



600


200 3



30 1

90 2


---- 3

.... 2,41


End 6X4-inch 5.2
reducing bush-
ing in dis-
charge pipe
.............. ...


668 10




500 10



40 2

110 2


146.5 50.01
47.60


233.2


----1201e


1- 9-58
12-11-59


1,500


.... ....- T ..- ir .- .....


123.42 12-11-59 T L -- r -- ------


-.-. ..-.- N -.- Ir -- ---- .


2.7 135.1 21.07 11- 4-58 T I ---Ir -- ----
21.84 12-16-59


.... ..... ..... ....... D ...-- ...--

.... ..... ..... ....... J E 20 D -- ----.


Anchor-bolt
hole on pump
base





End 8-inch dis,
charge connec-
tion






Top steel
cover plate




Top 2-inch
coupling

Top 6-inch
casing

Top 2-inch
casing

Access hole in
pump bass







...-....-..--.
............


21.78 5-21-58 T
44.70 12-17-59

-T-O*-- E


27.40
24.76

18.35
13.93

25.14
23.19

25.93
23.16

*--


11-10-56
11- 3-58

11-10-56
12-18-59

11-10-56
11- 3-58

10-31-58
12-18-59
-.--..


4,000 In


-- In


..... iI I ....
.-. ---

---* -


Wgi-
1028
-0--


Driller reports
only white sand
to 668 feet; Abn,
capped, buried









WL pumping,
12-17-59




Abn


..... X I-- .-- .... Abn


Wgi-
1029





.... DelI



...... Abn


Flush lle





1.50 106


.50 107.5


1.1 110e


.40 110l


1959 1,390







Toblt 1. Cuntfnu(






.4 glW W

.- OW NW

"3 NWI W


755154-14 IW SW


.2


755-158-1

755-201-1

756-130-1

756-133-1

-2

-3


756-134-1

.2





756-135-1

-2


756-153-1


4, K, StuarF

ew.do' "- -

Donald ,.
McHean
,.9*..dow.....

T, J, Kershaw

Dayvdson
Chemical Co.

I, A, Pieros

nt'l. HMinerals
and Chemical Co,

J. A. il.es

Snively Groves

Clifton L.
Novell

minute Maid

..-..do......


John Snively


American
Foundation Inc.



!Mountain Lake
Corp.
--......do......---


Grace R. Fik,


*.*,T--iL-"."T.,




J, P, Whatley

**-*do.-...

Whatly pump
and Well Co.

Ourdenhire Bros








Howard Morrill

Dick Dunham

R. 1. Hudson

Layna-Atlantic
Co.

..--*.do...--.


A, H. Marquardt

Layne-Atlantic
Co.






Weidman and
Singleton
..............


W 1'1 Wj o "'l"i "1. "i -


681

630

1451

760


747

600

10M1

325




L,206

210




1,025




534

798


80


30
79


194


133







212




740

150




570




156

98


F.. M '64M


Top 6-tnclh
cootng







Top 3v.noh
euing

Top pump
olumn, inside
pump discharge






Top 2-inch
casing









Access hole in
pump bass
......do---.


--....do.--.




Anchor bolt
Bhol in pump

Access hole in
pump base'

End 6-inch
discharge
coupling


1.0 70s


195e







1.0 117.7

.7 222.0

2.4 264.3




-3.0 124.6

-6.0 123.3

6.0 169,6'


131.6

206,21


41,94
43,62

120,20


*****




91. OA









20.76
16.89

127.13
122.89

171.17




18.64
16.75

17,60
16.60

82.80


(u lllo l.ool .55


UP2 8.29
1242359








4- 9-58










1- 8-56

1- 8-58
12-11-59

12-11-59




2-16-55
12-11.59

2-16-55
4- 5-55

12-22-59


100








1,000




1,200




860


-i r~--i,,-r-
e Dltnasp vWell
In 46*




V...... Abn
-lm-o28

-Abn


WU2098


WUti Dep|al djceont
4) to 755-154-1
-*Center




Wgit-
1030
W..... Wll not
completed



Wgl-
1031



Wgti Air line 188
714 faet, alternate.
E MIP WL pumping
electric log b1
driller

Wgi- Po-32
1032
o....... 33


79

79


I

I





Table 1. Continued 1 i
1 T lH(I I isillli I l (I) | I1 i 1101 |1111| lis |11 ( ) 1 ) 1 | 1 le a l i )


756-154-1


-2

756-155-1


-2



756-156-1


Lakeland
Highlands Corp.


J. B. Rogers




Robert Rogers,
Jr.


Hilltop Growers
Inc.

Phosphate
Mining Co.
Nichole

Alcoma Assn.

Eloise Groves
Inc.

9. J. Leppere


Polk Packing
Aessn

Edward Marrotti



?. R. Smith-
gman

lack H. Berry


k. A. Blackford

J.S, Air Force

----....--do-----


Lang-Lawless
Fruit Co.
Garden Fruit
specialty Co.


19401 600


0.7 228.5 142.29 12-22-59|


.--. 127,


0. W. Rogers


310M


749



820


800



170

730


538


,100


735


lk-inch access
hole on side
pump base



rop 6-inch
casing

End 6-inch
coupling on
discharge

access hole in
pump base


Whatley Pump
and Well Co.


Gardenhire Bros,


0-100
250-
293

262






103

220


361


205


181



124


80


85


110


157


78

104M


756-158-1



757-132-1

757-133-1


-2


757-134-1


757-135-1


146.10 12- -53
145.10 12-22-59

159.22 2-25-59
156.48 12-22-59


137.21 7-10-56
122.85 12-22-59
.... .... -..


3,200


Robert Hudson

A. H.' Marruardt


Gardehhire Broe,


., H. Marquardt


Dick Dunham



sayne-Atlantic
Co.

Sadler-Taylor


4hatley Pump
and Well Co.

4. R. Vaughn


...... do- ......


3ardenhire Bros.

9. E. Brainerd


Abn









Abn, plugged


-- ----. lowing 11-13-58

---- ----- Center


Wgi-
369

W-1997






W-952


Access hole in Flush 185.1
pump base

..... ..-- .....--- 142.0


..------ .............. 201.32


End lk-inch 2.3 175.0
tee on water-
cooling line

Access hole in .5 122
pump base

End 6-inch 4.30 140.0
discharge
connection



Access hole in .70 127.54
pump base

.......do--.- 1.05 129.0


.--...do .- 1.45 130,5

Top concrete 1.30 116.9
pump
foundation


256m


243.5


2.40214.5


---133.52


...-. IZn
..... In


11-13-58
12-10-59


63.98 12-10-59



24.56 11- 4-57
27.04 12-16-59

28.28 12-17-58
28.02 12-16-59



23.92 3-31-58
23.61 12-17-59

23.91 3-31-58
27.01 12-17-59

34.50 10-17-58
32.29 12-17-59
38.50 6- 1-55
33,30 6-27-55


1,000 Ir--


-.- Ir ....


--- Ir --"

200 PS --


200 PS -"


-450 I -..
450 In ...


W-672


W-673 1959 WL pumping


WgL-
465
W-1441 Abn
BEG


757-140-1


757-143-1


757-147-1

-2


-3


-4


757-152-1


.----...- --. 11914


----,

87.25
83.80


- ... Ir








757ttsZr;

*3



757.153.1


,2




-3


*4


757-154.1

*2

*3

-4

.5


-6


757-155-1

-2

-3


.4


NI 14 39
1l 14319


oIgy of
WLa00lPl4


0. W, Rodsrs


,-r.v..d.*a** Roy WIPl


I, V. Oriffin


Leon Hrrell




Hilltop Orowers
Inc.

, T. Pigg

H. T. Drgland

Likeland-
Highlands Corp.

HLIltop Growers
Inc.

Goo. W. Riddle

Dorothy M.
Strickland

B. Rogers


Henry Smith

Frank Charlson


W. R. Willis


J. Y, Whatley


W, soland




Osrdenhire Bros.

Barney's Puamps
Inc.

Goo, Daneby




Oardmnhire Bros

0. W. Rogers
Oardenhire Bros


0. W. Rogers


h, H. Harquardt

e eil J. Argue


T0b1 1i cle on;ul
*= ='1515Em


90
go

55



80,
70


149H




208

68

88




191

194

0-170
213-
269

90


374

94


<150


R. B Sherbondy .-------- ...I-. -... I k ..-. ..............


liYW~e(-~--~I----1 I-L-' Y~l Ct--' C'~---1"-~T-'~ '~l'~r~ ~"


- -"l --r-wri- gl-iii- i-aivi


-liiiT-in" i'


Top 3/4,tnch
nIppt in
4 sus hole in
pump base

3/8.noh
connition on
lump discharge

Top btnch
sing&



Acesi hole In
pump bass



End of 6-Inch
discharge

ccess hole in
pump bass
......do......



5/8-Lnch tap
on pump
discharge

End 6-inch
discharge
connictlon



Top 4-Lnch
coupling

Top 6-inch
casing


122.2


141.24


213.4

195.4

167e



233.5


6- 4-56 T
12.23-59



11.11-53 T
12-18-53

5.22-56 T
7-10-56

12-22-59 T

....... T

12-28-59 T


2-25-59 T
12-28-59




12-30-54 T

12-18-53 N

-.-F.. P


' -lii0i- "- -1- -iol-l


.. h14 ... Wv4976



... If ... "***o,


3 ,00 155,


lush 8.12,1


800












***e*
-----



*****

*****

*****

*****


36,41 13,33*59 T



67,68 12233-59 T


S1,5 6. 4*56 N
50.45 7-10.46


46,13
34.68



122.75
122.48

76.05
78.98

79.38



146.66


88.50
82.47




145,00


152,5

*..**.


89.001 X -.* ,


I, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 11 a1iii II! lJ' ii{ IriT 12:f ri g


WIL"
340

W-3604

Wgli-
1033



W-1241



Wg34
347


WgiL-
1034

8,0


4.50 173.0





1.30 247e


Flush 264.79
*** ***


Active draining
well, controls
level of gowsrd
Lakel draining
lake on 12-23-59









WL 77.96,
12-22-59


















Abn, Polk 67





Table 1. Continued
... .. ...... ... .... u .... .... .,. .. -i... ......... ...- 0..


a rt
1|aij
is
sp |


757-155-5


-6


-7


757-156-1


-2


-3

-4


757-157-1


-2
WA
U,
-3


-4


-5

-6


-7



-8

757-158-1


-2


-3


-4


SW SE


SE NW


SE NW


SE SE


NE NW


SBE NW

SE NE


NW NW


NE NW


SW NW


NE NW


NE NW

NE NW


NW NW



NW SE

NW NW



NW SW


SE SW


MW NE


S24 W. R, Willse


24 J. S. Hart


24 ---- do-----


24 H. B. Callahan


24 Marvin Pipkin


24 Walter Buehler

24 L. N. Pipkin


24 Bunn Pipkin


24 .---do-----


24 -----do------


24 ---- do--- .


24 B. Wylie

24 Bunn Pipkin


24 Francis Pipkin


Well Concrete
Co.
Polk County
Board of
Education

City of
Lakeland

J. D. Miller


Toby Sue Urn
and others


R. H. Hudson ...


Kriska Well 1957
Driller

J. B. Rogers 1950


Barney's Pumps 1955
Inc.

............... 1941

Southern Pipe 1952
and Supply

Bunn Pipkin 1915
1916







Van Duyne, Inc. 1945


(enneth Turley 1958

Elmon Sherrouse 1959


Iterman Sloan 1959



Roy Wilt 1957

(ennath Turley 1955
toward E. Godwin


4hatley? 1935


Harman Sloan 1957


., 1. Marquardt 1959


785


530M


845


700


120


245

167


39M


28H


20M


17M


210

22p


200


415 6

328M 6


700


519M


2507





77


80

55








6


15


183

160


162



164

163



157


53


Access hole in
pump base

Top 8-inch
coupling




End 6-inch
discharge pipe

Access hole in
sanitary seal



Access hole in
sanitary seal

Top l-inch
casing

Top Ib-inch
casing

rop 6-inch
casing

Top lI-inch
casing



Access hole in
sanitary seal

Top 2X14-inch
reducing
bushing



Air line gags






fop 4-inch
casing


490 6 -... 27, ...---------
S3


lush 253.0


Flul 265.9


-- 258.30


2.40237.60


.70 180.27




.20 192.3


1.50 180.83


1.0


Flush 198.35


.8 183.74


-- 216.0

.25 185e


2.40 180e





6.8 163.8


150e


179.41
173.89

179,08
179.64




149.1
150.30

21.63
20.28



44.83


11.60
11.03

11.76
10.40

12.98
12.88

12.66
12.75



96.62


85.23





76.7
79.2




7.42


11-15-56
12-22-59

6-17-57
4- 8-59




12-18-53
1-22-54

6-27-55
8-30-55

---- .

12-29-59


5-21-54 1
6- 7-54

11-10-53 1
12-29-59

11-11-53 1
12-18-53

5-20-5412
6- 7-54

2---- -

12-29-59 2


12-29-59 8



------- T

8-22-55 T
4-30-56


T-- 5


7-12-57 T

--....... T


900

-. .


Wgi-
629


E,G


W-4255


Abn















Abn


Do


Do


Do












Air line 99 feet


S ...125 I ....
Z 125 PS ..


30


"" I ... [Il 1 '3 1 "1 I ..


Isgl


Itl


st


l o!! 1 00


II1 Illl 3 141


11l011 til 111 1 III 1111Wm 11 111111 1151 '114









TWbOS 1. CunqLnued


WU l$ 29

W 12 29
NU B 19


L, 0. rucr, Sr. Dli Duhamln

-6.--.. do.."" J, 9, Wbaeliy


131.1211.

.2






.2

*3




.2

758-13811


75-1,39-1


758-144-1

758-145-1








758.146-1
758-147-1

758-152-1

-2


Crosby Well
Drillin Co.






A, MIarquardt

Crosby Wall
Drillng Co.
Cell Whatliy


K, r, Vaughn


Dardenhirs Irom

J. B. Whatlmy


G. T. Kontebaul# Kenneth Turley


25 Paul 1. Collins

24 Lakeland-
Highland Corp.
24 Hilltop Growver


J. p, Whatley

tyson and
Whatley
Gardenhire Brom.


1*55
F..il


569



2350


132



543

630

565


J. Tindel


J, 0, tindel
folk County

Waverly Orowere
Corp.
--....**do-.""

, C, Hightever


R. gers


Lang-awviess
rullt Co.
lown of lalts
Lake


206 3 Lend surrcs **

160 3 Top 8.-incs rea r.0



120 3 Top 2-tnch 1,60
nipple in well
discharge

100 3 ....f........ *...
*... 3 3Inch couple. 1A
lng on easing
151 3 *.......... ..

130? 3 --a

91 21, Ind -Inch 4,00
3 discharge
connection

91 2, Top Ik-anch eL 1.0
3 on pump access
hole

195 3 raCe of -inoh 1,5
discharge
flange on pup
75 2,3 Access hole in nush
pump base


69 2,3
60 2,3


kteea hole in
pump base


End 6-inch 4.75
discharge pipe


Sil
77,6








796

128,03

6***.0

1304


141.8


14433

173.3


... 140.01
50 135.0


136.9


Atil II /; ~ i TT~~ 1035tr


2,18
A
3,18
A

14, 2A



9.7A






11,41
11.83


21.85

29,53
31,80

58.79
62.72









50.59
34,51



51.19


1- 3,59




12.10459

12-10649








120.135938
11- 7-59
12-16*59

II- 5-53
10-15-58

1213-59

3-31-53


10-22-58 2 L
12-17-59



2-22-57 T 1


00

300

500


1,700


9.. 0 1 ") 1.1. *


..... r .... W-44

325 M 75 Vti-
4238


.... in


612 j12


1L by Florild
eolt~,elt Survey










Lakes Iaree
boet landing















o-22l tlep 61 on
S-i-5 Wl 4 60.9g,
12-17-591 well
orilinally 01
fees deep, 102
LfeeX 10-ineh
assinsI atller-
uillnl *Lur*
tiona by Layne-
Atlantic Co.,
1954


WL 10.22-58
pumping


*...o D 74






Table I. Continued
II) ail irl ) It ts aI 11 es 7 11i l) I (c110 1 1 | t 11( ) Itis 1Ws i a" |c tilT a I I S ) i )si
758-152-3 NW NW 14 29 24 Marion Hampton Howard E. Godwir .-. 400 4 266 3 --------.--.- --- 120e ---- -.- ---- D --.. ----

-4 SW SE 11 29 24 Lakeland- MiLy Bros. --- 800 10 ---- 3 Anchor-bolt 1.3 120e 34.58 12-23-59 T B -- In ---- ---- WL pumping
Highlands hole in base
Canning Co.

758-153-1 NE NW 11 29 24 City of Layne-Atlantic 1949 617 20- 412 3 Access hole in .75 122.72 37.45 7-14-54 T E 1,900 Ir .*-. W-1864
Lakeland Co. 16 pump base 33.66 7-30-54 .


-2 NW NE 15 29 24 C. W. Adams, Jr. Frank May 1946 661 10 150 3 Top 10-inch .3 145e 50.98 12-23-59 TE ---Ir --- -----
casing
-3 SE SE 10 29 24 Lakeland- .....---- ------ --- --- .... .---- -- ------- ---.----- ....-- ..... ..... -r ....---
Highlands Corp.

-4 SW SW 11 29 24 Hilltop Growers Gardenhire Bros. 1946 657 10 241 3 Access hole in .90 130.4 48.42 6- 5-56 T L -- Ir -- Wg- W L 37.08,
Inc. pump base 46.13 7-10-56 365 12-23-59

-5 NE SW 11 29 24 Emory Trask C. D. Cannon 1948 547 12 140 3 --- ------ ---- ----------- T E -- Ir ---- .--- Deast 1958
and Sons

-6 NE SW 11 29 24 .--...do----- Whatley Pump 1958 627 12 82 3 Concrete floor .5 140e 48.93 10-30-58 T ---- Ir -- ----
and Well Co.

LW 758-154-1 SW SW 10 29 24 hilltopp Growers Gardenhire Bros.1944 558 10 212 3 access hole in 1.6 127.7 42.73 2-24-59 E --- I --Wgi-
I Inc. pump base 36.84 12-28-59 341

758-155-1 W NW 9 29 24 0. Rogers, Red Rogers 1944 600 6 60 2,3 ------do---- 1.55 152.1 75.20 5-22-56 TE --- r -------- WL 62.74,
r. 73.62 7-11-56 12-29-59

-2 SW SW 9 29 24 lilltop Growers Gardenhire Bros.1945 811 10- 0-133 2,3 ---- do ---- 140 257.8 171.08 5-22-56 TE --- Ir, 77 Wgi- WL 164.19,
Inc. 8 223-' 168.98 7-11-56 D 338 12-28-59
288

-3 SW SE 8 29 24 aeyer Grove and Barney's Pumps 1957 778 10 259 3 3/4-inch tap .90 219.12 129.86 12-23-59 TE 700 Ir -- W-4389
Realty Co. Inc. for water lube
line

758-156-1 NW SE 7 29 24 W. Dunkman -------------- ---- 30 ---- I Top of 1i-inch 1.0 183.03 14.10 11-11-53 ---- -- ---
tea on casing 13.40 12-18-53 P

-2 SW NE 7 29 24 H. G. Pick Roy Wilt 1955 300 4- 0-122 2,3 ---.---.--.--- ---.. ---- ------ T 30 D -- -
3 180-
220
-3 NWNW 17 29 24 H. A. Betts ..---- do----- 1955 420 4 267 3 -.-------.... --.. r--- --- --. -----. T 40 D --.. -..

-4 SE SW 8 29 24 Fred Backer ...---- ...---. ---. 200 6 ---- 2 Top of casing .40223e 118.78 6- 7-54 T ..t D, ......
cover plate 118.79 7- 6-54 Ir

-5 NE SE 7 29 24 U.S. Geological Sherwood and --- 36M 4 35 1 Top 4-inch 2.00 181.96 11.22 1-22-54-- ---- 0 ----0
Survey Voestle casing

-6 NB SW 8 29 24 Snyder Roy Wilt 1956 316 4- 0-53 2,3 Access hole in Fluah 222.0 105.85 5-22-56 T1E S-- D -- --.
3 170- sanitary seal
310
.. j~I I I I IIvWl 96 )6 41-3 23 hl n6kh1~0 1)8 -2~111--





.'abl. 1. CI lt, i lU d


711G8l67 IV M 7?
IV56, SWL Ii I
-8 No s5 7

*9 IW IW I


.10 NW NW 17

*Il W W %7

*II IWW W

71431 s7. II 12

.2 II II 12

.3 N( W 7


-4 IW E 7

-5 ISW S 7

-6 SW 1E 12


758-1I-l1 NW IW 12

-2 NW W 12

.3 NW BW 12

*4 NW SW 12

*5 NW SW 12

-6 NE NE 11


759-132-1 SW NE 5

-2 SW NE 5


Lhkeh nd ,. ---....-...,.
H$ihland Corp.

I, N, Lilhtfoet Rouer?

5, W, Luci Oi., Huran


, 0'rtien

go Ii, Watson
igo W, It
iddle

ritstrsid
Clmeslry
mn*. mdoes 1


. N. Lightfoot


Nina 0. Chelson

......do*=.=..

Davidson
Chemaolt Co.

J. W. Milton

W. A. Shearousm
......do......

L, D. Dantaler

-.....do---.--


Ous Voglor

C. D, Hartin

G, K. hlrtlwin


Phillip Morrill t954
Howard I, Oodvwr 195C

Robert Hudson 1931

laaoon Morgsn 19)4

.*.,..do .*... 1914


Smith ,.


MhalLey Pump 1950
and WIll Co.

J, P, Whatliy 1950



3. T. Hirrell 1951

......do*-* *..
.............. 1949
1949

Southern Fip, ****
And Supply

Howard E, Codwi 1958
Kenneth Turley

Howard E, Codwin 1959


Southern Pipe 1954
nnd SuppLy
.............. l950


150
LiO




143

160

111

26M

34M

748


42H

140



152

100

1511

200

360

222

237


!l, .' til


6

4


120

76

70

i35l




veII


206





84



63

18





166

147

125


11


* *'~*~ I


Arcuev hole ll) .
pump b bit


Top 2ilnsh

top l.rineh
ipple

iLnah rase
lap on dim.
chir flange

top iXlik re*
duoini coupling





Top 4-inch
casing




Top 4-inch
caring



rop of
sanitary seal



Land surLactr a
rop 60 loot
SW of well


i00
m++ o


@Oln

202l





191.75

.l.No



166.7





156




146o


....1 78,7


115, 14
Dlit.


116,65

5,501

17,95





18,97
17.89




82,10




56,40




6.55
A
10.3A


i'll-Il


7I 6.54
7*2954

7?29*04

12.30-19



12-18 53





6-L8.37
11.27-17




11-27-57




12-30-59




11.12-58

12-10-59


ig K Ii 11 ** Ir
Ir


..... ID,


S .r I


..ilD. jiL~


.11 1 Vqrvqv T*** TN **w**


I


I


*r W1I 105.13,
30. o9




1036
.999P.9











1037






..... .Abnl actlvu
drainage wli(t?)



.......Abn no
completed

A.. bn






Table 1. Continued
.... ... .... ... .. ..- -- i .. -- i. ,. .


759-134-1




759-138-1



759-139-1


759-140-1


759-143-1

-2


-3


w 759-144-1
*-2



759-145-1



759-153-1
-2

-3


-4'


759-155-1

-2



-3

-4


John A. Snively A. H.




The Tahoma Corp C. A.


Marquardt 1938


Daneby


26 Hubert Elos Is Southern Pipe
and Supply

26 Norman A. Strel Van Duyns, Inc.


Polk Packing
Assn.


.--.-do-----




--...... do- ......




. B. Teeter



0oe A. Lewis

Imory Trask

. Pickard


L. B. Curls


Daviuion
chemicall Co.

lamilton Martin


ames BoUilly


A. H. Marquardt


C. A. Dansby


A. H. Marquardt


-----do-- -

----do.----.
...... do------





Howard B. Godwin

Herman Sloan

J. B. Rogers


Elmon Sherouse


Layne-Atlantic
Co.

Herman Sloan


Howard B. Oodwin1952


I SW 1 4 29 124 Hamilton Martin I. W. Perry


860 12-
10



600 8



164 4


212 4


648 12-
10

662 12-
10

650 16-
14

600 16

672 20



625 10



139 3

745 12

630 12


640 10


1,220 24


330 4-
2k


300 4

265 4-


100





155


229


163


116

407



100



60

80




83


293


330



202

261


Access hole in 1.5 203.9
pump base


Top pump
column inside
discharge pipe

..........-...


-----..-....... ...








Access hole in 2.75
pump base



Access hole in 1.7
pump base


End 6-inch .50
discharge
connection




End 8-inch 2.30
discharge
connection
Lt-inch .15
breather pipe

access hola in .2
pump base




Cop 4-inch .50
:asing
. .--.n ... ...


128.6











135.7


135.95




137e



141.7






126e


142.3


125.2


115e


113e

115a


) 71( see; )wla e


94.57 12-10-591 E 2,000 Ir I-- JW-341


11.51
10,66













58.45




26.59


9-26-58
12- 1-59













12-16-59



12-16-99


1,100


2,000




3,600


22.26 12-17-591TIL 1,220 Zr


25.63
28.14

43.91
45.31

32,9
55.52




3.72


9-20-57
12-23-59

7-23-59
12-23-59

5-15-56
12-31-59


6-22-56'N

----......- I-


,400





5,000

Ii--


In---

Ir -

tr -


Ir --




D .--





D ....
D ---


W-1445


1-2131




W-4962



1-2014









W-4932


W-1835


WVi-
1038



1039

434


10 M i~ j go 0" Mi


Sll


mI lai io ti ies


: yt gas


llll


MllI


has I list


1141


S1I11 lis!


.....I ....


10-inch ocaing
700-730 feet,
through sand-
filled caverni
















WL pumping



WL pumping; well
back-filed to'
656 feet




Dist








WL 1959 pumping


Abn, incomplete
drilled in
buried sink.

Do

Abn, inacoplatei
drilled in
buried sinki
deat


II I I





Tmli I. Clcttnu.il


759, Js64s OW OW

759ili56r Is Is
7Sifli6fl II*II


759.,5741

*3
o|

.3

.4













-2

-3

759-159-1


759-200-1

759-201-1


-2


759-203-1


'-2

-3


sW IN

NW ME


331318


24 Pvlison
Clhetaol Co.

14 J, 4. Ofrrfet

14 LakeLlnd.
Highlands Corop

34 Orville Wrigley
34 Warren A. Nunn


14 lrown and
lilbero

14 H. H, Riahards

14 Ruth HuLlen

14 0. W. Palmore

14 Hammond-Jones

23 Claude Hardin


13 U.S. Gological
Survey

23 Claude Hardin

23 F. 8. Bunch


23 City of
Lakeland

13 ......do----


13 D. B. Kibler,
Jr.


SW SW 31 28 23 S. L. Pippin

NW NW 6 28 23 A. 8, Johnson


Or4denhire Broa




A. T. Sloct

Cacti J, Argul

Ibward 1. Oodwir

......doe*-...

***.*-do...*.

C. A. Danaby

Slaon Sherouse

R. N ikirk


Van Duyne, Inc.




Geo, Danuby


A. 2. Williford

Layne-Atlantic
Co.

......----do---..


" .'- ..*L* 19.i~ 1 .' ."i5 I'.!
Is 400 B
---,+. ,---,.- I~1951 100


...........- 1955

Phillip Morrill 1956


707




75

301

341

309M

312M1

210

312

643H


26M1

834H


698


73


665M


671




99

207


2'"


239


46 2

103M 3


Ii p ... .. .


Acesso hole in
pump beos










Top 4.ineh
casing


it;inch plug on
aida of pump
Top 4*Inch

Top 18l-nch
am in$g


Top 6-inch
aeing

Top 2-inch
casing

Top of pump
column inside
pump discharge


m1:.1.1 m.''i f iii ii -_ 14


154,O











204e

193.5

195i

191

155,9


155.2

155,9
155.9

142.79


.................. 136


Top 8-inch -
casing


Top 10-inch
coupling


132.30


135.22


2 End 4-inch 2,3 128.3
dI scaSre con-
2,3 ...--do---- 1.85 125.3


65.61
64,$5











119.32

107.35

57.47

101,24

63.60


1.586

1.23

60.21
50.61




46.49
46.38

49.30
52.32




22.84


4.11-58
1309-59












2-11 59

12-30-59

12-30-59

12-31-59


12-31-59

12-31-59

7-10-56
12-31-59




1-31-55
6-30-55

3- 4-55
7- 9-56


1- 4-60 1


35.501 6-24-58'
28.35 9-23 59


2,100-








1,100
w

**r*





"** e














3,000







1,100


JE -.** PS

N 300 PS


500 PS





---- r
..... Zr
..... IfI


...* W.3p3



















.. ,G Folk.61
e.l .olk-4ia













W-2129 'Canc3


s W-294 Drain fa.
,G facil.c.











**W-633 WL 4477,
.... ....... l




... W*-2129 Cener



---- 2954 Drain fiel
terminal

-632 Noe drain
&BO facilities

W-1-633 WL 44,77,
1p4-60, ab
... ... See Hilllsb
Report F'
R No. 25?


--.. ...... WL 29.62
1-4-60


d

field



n

rough
0S






Table L.-.Continued


800-131-1


800-135-1


-2



800-138-1


800-141-1



-2




800-142-1


-2


800-143-1


-2


800-146-1



800-153-1


-2


-3



800-154-1



-2


I Douglas
Jennings

George C. Earle


J. E. Chastain



Lamar Beauchamp


Eloise Woods
water Wnrk6


Douglas
Jennings

Dick Dunham


John Spivey



A. H. Marqua


---...... do--...


"'


Inc.

......do--.. T. W. Perry 1926




C. H. Race eanneth Turley 1958


Jesse P. Dick Dunham 1956
Mehrlust

City of Gardenhire Bros 1949
Winter Haven

U.S. Department C. A. Dansby 1944
of Agriculture

Lake Region A. H. 1arquardt 1954
Development and
Investment Co.

Howard S. Howard E.Godwin 1947
Godwin

.--...do--- .. -----do---. 1.950


American Layne-Atlantic 1942
Cyanamid Co. Co.


Davison ...--do--- ---
Chemical Co.


Herbert Woodard Howard E. Godwin -


30 1 1 ----------- --


1950


1957


1957



rdt 1957


-- 1956


35


496


819



5871


650



534




550M1


205


677


240


676



390H


67M


L,037


71.66
66.99

64.01
59.57


3.68
1.34
5-,-


End 6-inch
discharge pipe

Edge pump
discharge
flange

Top 12-inch
casing

---------



Top 14-inch
nipple in
access hole in
pump base

Top 6-inch
casing




Access hole in
pump base

.-----do.---..


---do*-*-



Top 6-inch
easing

Top 3Xl~-inch
reducer

Top 24-inch
casing


Edge steel
pump supports

.....--......


147.15





148.59


165.49


152,15



127.40


126.68


118.73


nluhl 139.6


27.49





28.55
28.82

42.67
43.95

29.84
31.68


36.90
32,78

5.51
5.49

21.35



47.92
45.04


169.8


167.0



123.2


12- 8-54
12- 1-59

10-31-57
12- 1-59

10- 4-57
11-27-59


12- 3-54
12- 7-54

12- 7-54
12-21-54

1- 8-60



12-30-54
2- 2-55


700


800



1,500


950


11-12-58
12- 2-59

11-12-58
12- 2-59


9-26-58
10- 8-59





8-29-58
12- 1-59



12- 1-59


50


30


2,700


-- In 19.4


I D


W8i-
801


E,0 WL 2.69,
12-1-59





Wgi-
600



W-4551
E,G

Wgi-
1040

W-2003


W-864


W-3200



ESG





W-724 Temperature
E taken at tank;
abn, 1-57.


1.401175.4 I 51.14
51.17


-- -~ --


450 14 .--


Mo to) Igo)


t on I III) I ist l


III


suinallspitai ia


11ti


I1st


1,000 24 ----










800-54-) NW NWU


.4 SW NW



-6 NE NE
;6 ;NI

800.155.I N$ a(


00-156l1 NW It


.2 SE Sr

3 iNE SW


800-137-1 SW SV


*2 1SW SW


.3 5 SE


-4 SE SE

-5* NE NW 3

-6 SW SW 3


-7 1NW SW 3



800-158-1 SW NE 2


800-159-1 JSW SE 2


801-127-1 SW NE 1


*2 sW SE 1

.3 ise SW I


10 28 24
0 28 24
0128,24


1 28 24


11 28 24
0 ;8 24


1 28 24



6 28 23


7 28 23


9 28 29


9 28 29

9 28 29


McCullough

I Daviton
Chemical Co.

SL, W. Humphrey

M, M. Spivey

City of
Lakeland

Laland Crews


City of
Lakeland

J. 5, WillIams


City of
Laketlnd


Mark Powall


C. V. Duffei

.....do.-....

R. D, Vinning

Howard EnLow


F. H. Callahan



City of
Lakeland

clantic Coaat
Line RR

Hatchineha
Estates Inc.

Edgar Bowen

Ira Nurtun


Kow4r4 I. Oodwlri




s Howard 6. Godwin

Roy WL91

X, R. Vaughn


Geo, 1. Moran


G4rdenhire


Turley and
Godwin

Florida Water
Wall and
Supply-Bartow

GCo, Moran


J., P. Whatly




Wilder

Roy Wile








Owner


A. H. Marquardt I

.---..do.---.- I

*..--.do... I
.'"d ."''

.'"d .'''


I;'!'~"!i'U~ : : ill: f ": '!!


l941






1946
1956

1957


1949


1948


1957


1949



1949
1949

1949

1951


1922



1956


954


957


957

956


400


189

200

1,030


Top l-inch 0.40 1"*-





1:.-*-**-* ... ..* I140.
... vo .... .. -1 140*I


98




73

63

750


190


448


137


219





200




40










148


156


153

160


148.8


139.2


131.6


203.71


Top 4"inch Flush
Caelng

8dge of pump 1.45
base at floor

Acaess hole in ,10
sanitary leal

Acceaa halt in .60
pump baas














End 4-Inch 1,30
discharge
connection

access hole in 3,10
pump base

Top 10-inch 1.30
casing

Spigut, 25 frot 2.00
east of well


.............. ....


56,78
54,68

45.83


31,75


124,03
115,60














104.50
102.38


67.60
58.26

54.42


15.1A
18.2A

A

A


.40) b-2-5b --


7.16.-4
7.30.54

11-18-59


IM18-59


7. 9.56
11.18.59














5-20-56
7- 9-56


7-11-56
11-18-59

7-22-54


1-30-59
12- 2-59



-1


100 0,
Lr



..... Ir

..... Ir


...... ir


ic"l "V'ii" "


W-4775

W9.03



1041






W-2013


Both WL pumping


*----*--



*-... WL 92.86,
11-18-59


.... .......
.... ..... A


YLeld is at
free flow

Do

Do


f


181.0



163.7


145.57


54.8





Table 1. Continued


801-130-1 NW



801-132-1 SE




801-136-1 SW



-2 SW





801-138-1 SE

-2 --

-3 NE

801-139-1 NW


-2 NE


-3 NW


801-143-1 SW



-2 SW


-3 SW


,801-144-1 SE


801-146-1 SW

-2 SE

801-149-1 NE

-2 NE


28 W. C.



28 James


Black


Town of Dundee


22128127 Jack M. Berry
. I 1 Co.


E. L. Turner

B. C. Hunt

Lamar Beauchamp

W. H. Webb and
Sons

Alma P. Crump
Estate

Pollard


tampa Electric
Co.


City of
Winter Haven

-.....-do---


H. E. Ford


Bobby Clark

Herman Drawdy

R. H. Wilkes

---.. do-- .


Roy Wile



C. D. Cannon
and Sons







Sadler-Taylor





---......do------

Kenneth Turley

A. H. Harquardt

C. D. Cannon
and Sons

Sadler-Taylor


Dick Dunham


Gardenhire Broa.1954


........--.- 1923


Howard Godwin 1950


Herman Sloan 1955

Van Duyne, Inc. 1950

Ueo. Moran 1950

.............. 1950


1,327


540 12-
8


553 10


573M 10



648 12


404? 12


199M 3


12MI 1 --.-.


- ii,~ F -


- '-"'-" ~


ot o slo (171 Its) tail pass last last twel


f


255








442



644





142

95

135




109


116


180M






1627


87


103



100


39.69 1- 5-59
37.13 12- 2-59 L


1,000 1r --- ------


End 4X8 reduce:
on pump dis-
charge

End 6-inch
discharge pipe
outside of
house wall

Top 3/4X2-inch
reducer in
air-vent pipe













Access hole in
pump base

End of 8-inch
discharge
connection
..............


rop of 10-inch
flange at pit
floor

Airline gage


Access hole in
pump base

Top 3-inch
casing







1op It-inch
casing


114.8



98.1




125.3











128.33

125.0

145.0


500 IH I----


--..... -------- ----- r I---


20.31
19.81

17.51
15.09

--..-.


8-28-58
12- 1-59

12-18-58
12- 1-59

-..-...


14.07 6-28-55
18.62 1-12-56


300

50

....

--*


1,700 Ir


-- Ir


---H M ----


2.7 144.0 18.8 11-30-59 TE 1,017 I 76


---.. 75.38


150.4


150e





132.17


27.27
28.50

...-.





7.33
8.85


12- 1-59


10-31-57 N -
12- 1-59
.--... J

---- 3JE

**- J E

11-18-54 N
5-22-55
-3

-3


-33-~


W-4493
*.*..-

..~...


aell not
completed; all
sand to 644 feet,
clay 644 to
650 feet
















Abn


---- Air line 70 feet


---IM -..-----


----- r


Abn; WL 9.81,
6-25-56


I II re
j
a f tell
I .. .. .


I


12.36112- 2-591T -----r I----


3.10 139.1


.... 149e


13.00 150.9


14.05 11- 6-57 TIE
9.46 12- 2-591


dlt


"" I "'t b' t Imt "'


"'








Tl4b( 3I Con.tnued


801,493) HI 8W


al-t153.1 SW SW


.* IW



.4 NI IW
05 vs NW


.6 NW OW


80-1354-1 82 NX


*2 II NX


.3

.4


.9
-I


.6


-7

-8


-9


801-155-1.

-2


-3


21 38 15 Jud- ...........-*
Wlltlison


23 2 34 W. L. Roberse W. L. Rubirts


33 18 24 -*11 do.- ... v oward 5. Godwin

26 31 24 Howaid Godwin .*.. d.do-*,-,


316 3l 4 *. ,d ...... .....*do .....

26 11 24 Idwarda lraking ..*...... ....
Co,

13 21 24 Lloyd Roberts Howard 1. Godwin


11 28 24 Caney V. C, GOney

1t 2 24 ...... do............ do ......


.....do......-

0, 0McPhersion


A. E. Schlueter


tscAsphalt Corp.

......do.....

carry A Dalbow


Florida Citrus
Inc.

Sasson-King Ltd.

Lakeland
Memorial Gardenj
......do-.----


......do.--...

B. T. Htarrell





Gaeo. Moran

Roy Wilt

Krilsk Well
Driller

C. A. Daneby


Rogers

Howard E. Godwir

...... do .....-


r.-. 30oH





19S3 184


40 2

173H 3


138M 6


1385 3


25 2

610 10


660 8-
6

560 10

561 6


158H 3


1314


72

75

IS
12






391


40




60




84


21

86


175


120




92


J L.war ineidp
S lip ll l Inllp n
8-Inch rasing

I Tlp l.tnch
eiilng

3,3 .............

2,3 top 3.tnsh



I I............


2,3 Top 3-incha
Gaming

4 Top 1,lnich
late valv

4 top Ik-lnch
check valve on
top of caslln

4 ..............

2,3 lop 3-inah
ceaing


2,3 Top 3-inch








1, rop 3-inch
casing

1 ..............

1,3 ..............

1,3 ..............

3 .-----------.

3 -*-------------


1?, Top 3-inch
3 casing


5.00137 64


.90 131.74



Flush 129.75






.60 134,6


1.71 --. *


Flush 152.67


*****




147.06






124


24 54
:35.43


9,35
6.52



31.07
33196





31.76
35,06

7,7


11.68
14.12



21.51
23.43

44.31
45.38

24.11


11-18-54 N
t21-21.4


9.213 4
10-1.-54


13, 7.54
13.31.1954
ll.llr4





6-27-55
6-26-56
3.-$4

6- 3-54
11-30-55



12-10-54
3- 9.53

7-30-54
9- 9.54

12-18-54














11- 4-55


N


J

N



J


1001

900


- ifim.


W.4253


TE Ir .- ...


T Z 750 In ...* ....

T E ... I -------


Abn











WL 22.97,
11.17-59



W. 17.53,
6-27-56





Table 1. Continued
11 1111i 1 1T3) 4)71 5 I (1-) (710) (l o)) 11 lt) 111 ~ (14 0 (irs) ll II '171 III' 1i91 l Ia~l It S) ti16 1s)
801-155-4 SW SE 21 28 24 C. D. Carlton A. H. Marquardt 1956 669 10 90 2,3 End of 6-inch 3.6 149 52.51 4-30-56 T L --Ir ---- ------- WL 40.43,
discharge pipe 55.87 6-28-56 11-18-59
outside of
wall

-5 SE NE 29 28 24 D. J. Carey J. T. Neikirk 1940 678 10- 3 Access hole in 1.5 144.0 41.66 6-26-58 T E 780 Ir ----------
8 pump base 38.56 11-18-59

801-156-1 NW SE 3028 24 Lakeland Yacht .-------------- 1949 400 8 70? 2,3 ------------ ----- ... TE -- PS ...-- ----
Club

-2 NW SE 19 28 24 Florida South- C, A. Dansby 1947 1,111 10 264 3 Access hole in .5 200.86 98.95 7-30-54 T E 1,000 PS ---- W-1589 WL 96.45,
ern College pump base 104.57 7- 9-56 11-18-59

801-157-1 SE NE 25 28 23 Snook Funeral -------------- 1952 125 3 757 2 ------------- -- --- --- N ---- Ir -- -----
Home

-2 NW SW 30 28 24 J. W, Shire Roy Wilt 1953 46 3 26 4? ------------------ ----- ----- ------- E 33 Ir --- ----

-3 W NW 30 28 24 A. P. Bolton ---.. do-- .. 1954 32H 3 ---- I? Top 3-inch Flush ----- 13.45 12-10-54 N --- r --N-- -
coupling

-4 W NW 30 28 24 A. R. Carver -------------. 1949 45 2 40 4 -------------- ---- --- ---- ------- E r -- ---


l 801-200-1 NE SW 28 28 23 W. G. English Howard E. Godwin ---- 143M 3 128 3 Top 3-inch Flush ----- 61.00 6- 4-56 D ---------
casing X

-2 SW NW 27 28 23 Atlantic Coast Atlantic Coast 1954 325 6- 219 3 Top 4-inch 2.80 --- 51.60 6-10-54 ---- X ---- --
Line RR Line RR 4 casing 51.86 6-15-54


-3 NE NW 27 28 23 Confidential Joy Mfg. and 1960 1,846 4 32 2,3 Top 4-inch -1.0 135e 41.37 1- 4-60 N ----- X --- No. 2 Abn
Drilling Co. coupling core,
E,I
801-201-1 1 NW 20 28 23 R. C. Taylor -------------. 1940 300 6 ---- 3 .----..------- -- -- ---- ---- ... --- ----. PS

-2 NW SE 20 28 23 Strouse Trailer Howard E. Godwin 1956 200 4 130 3 Top 4-inch 1.0 133.5 ----- ------ JE ----- PS -- ---
Court Kenneth Turley casing
-3 N! SE 20 28 23 John Schenk ---... do------ 1957 233 4 161 3 --------------- --- 134 ----- ----. J ----- PS -- ...

801-202-1 NW SW 20 28 23 Chai. G. Jones -------------.----. 300 3- 180? 3 Top 3-inch -1.0 135.7 36.48 7- 6-56 J E --. PS ......
2 casing
-2 NE SW 20 28 23 ---.----..... Howard E. Godwin.-- 98M 4- --- 3 Top 4-inch 1,0 135.0 35.89 7-12-57 N .---. D -
3 casing 33.25 11-20-59

-3 NW SW 20 28 23 Boyd and J. E. Barney's Pumps 1954 90 4 65 2 ---.......----. ----- ----------- T 75 PS --- Wgi-
Stephens Inc. 398

801-203-1 NE SW 19 28 23 John Hanes J. P. Whatley 1951 115 3 63 2,3 ---.... --- -- -..--- -------- J E .- PS E--- S .










8032134 I. NW 11



8021i.l4' I6 Wi



I012.I3I.I C


.I IW NW


003-136'1 IVW SW


iv 7 I7 |b S I *I ) ... .... ....... i 1 *| ** ..*** Yi l ,l .,
I f n


0 1 H4lVh $s e h


a130 Hclr Qlu ch
36 76 CeeF or u~~h


Coll Isltl
Fruit Co,

J. H, Lewhorne


Arthur Jeaobson


lrnlg 37 Co-op.


0, I. lubueh


. S. Rubuoh
and John
Hulllni

town of Lake
Hamilton



Lake Region
Oolf Club

******do.--.=


......do..-..

City of
Winter Haven

..=....do.....

......do-.....

Florence Citrus
Srowers' Asin,

Now Ice Co.


sorvlce Corp
......do.....-


Dick Dunham


......do......




Gardenhire Brs.

......do......

......do......

Dunham Well
Drilling Co.

C. A. Danaby


*3





802-137-1


*2


802-139.1

.2


.3

802-143-1


*2

*3

.4


*5


.6


.* :,::;!L.....:
A H HurtquerJL

, D, Clnnun
aod Sorl


Whtlley *n4


A. H. HudPon


C. A. DPanby


ge., Danaby


1,0 ( 94.


Ill I


200 3


509f 3,3


15 227


M$95 410 0


......do-.-- i 2.3

......do.... 2,3




lop pump 1.55
column inslid
discharKn
ilocI.8?HO ""


Top of pump
colmini Inded
eo dlsher|oe

Aoeol hole in
pump 0416











pump bale










top dL-nch


top 68Inch
sling



kir line gisa


600




1,000


Hay m 1o95. 7 30

....do,...- 1950 654


.70 1193.5

.. 204


40.11
44,07

101,0


66.75


77.30


104,10
98.78




16,.
15.0



1,13


3.55



19.4


17.2
t?,2

23.2



37.87


11. 1.59

1It 7957 T




13. 359 T


13. 1.57 T
53. 3*59
**.*.T


11- 7157
12. 2*59



10.29.59


12. 1-59



11.30.59


11-30.59

11-30-59



11-36.59


.I.---C


128


125.5


125.5

147.03


144,25

145. 11



161, 1


Ws i.
1043






"l""

1044

W,5098




*-3305


W-330t0

W-3307


769

W-.109


to.23




Abn






Air Ilnu 70 r-ut


i no

Air linr bO l'r(,


I I wmTOO T


5,60 1 .... I. ."-. IrF 1 *r r.r ,


.-.--. .I Aimn


......do...... IChase






Table 1. Continued
ll filll fill E 1141 l lia) I Ill I I' I ) 11 l Igoi I ll NS 1 1 41 Its) .


C. A. Dansby


1946


A. H. Marquardt 1940


802-143-7


802-144-1


-2


802-146-1


-2

-3


-4

-5

-6

-7

-8

802-149-1



-2


-3

-4


-5


802-150-1

-2


-3



-4


HNE jSE 17 28126


S -----d -.----- ------------..... ..-


Birdieye Foods
Inc.

J. G. Hollmayer


U. S. Dept. of
Agriculture

City of
Winter Haven

--...... do ...----...

Kenton T, Pawit


A. E. Harrison

Clinton Houston

D. M. Grubbs

J. E. Mincey

Frank D. Mathis

Davidson
Chemical Co.


------do------


Charles Race

rechetterer Oil
Development Co,

Slen Abbey
memorial

Charles Rhoodes

Joseph Nemuth


Davidson
Chemical Co.


14MI 1


52 2

255 4


150M 6


209 I 3


105


185


155

200




106

88

90

91

59M


10? 1


96 2,3

615 2,3


67 2,3


---- 2

40 2,3


37M 2,3


..---------.---I----I --.-I .---I ---- TIE


.....----....... I---l16


Fop 2-inch
breather pipe

..............

..............


Sadler-Taylor


Layne-Atlantic
Co.

.----. do------

C. D. Page


..............

Dick Dunhan

------do------

John Carr

------do------

..............


-----I --T-----IIE


1.5 151.651 32.85112- 1-591TIE


.... 152

.. 143.6


128.87
128.87


1.20 129.48




1,13 130.00


.25 ....




.45 115.96


1.30 118.96



1.60 124.2


1,320


800


400


1,500


.... W-1389


.-- W-518


.--- W-5443


.... W4075


----...-------.-1,600 M ---- W-3851

..... H*------N|- C --- I -r I .----.


20.60
19.78


7.24
6.78



17.37
14.07

26.17




10.06
9.52

11.29
11.67


3.95
6,25


3-17-55
4- 7-55


3-17-55
4- 7-55



6-28-55
11-27-59

2- 3-56




11-17-54
12-21-54

11-18-54
12-21-54


11-18-54 N
6-25-561


-----I D


1045






G


Dest

Po-17; drainage
well

Drainage well









Abn


.... --I-------I Do


700 Ir ---.--.--..

-. ---- W-3633


..... ps ..... *-


CE ----- D,
X
.....Cr


....-----I r


601 12


640 12

245 6


NE SW 13 28

NW N 24 28


W NW 21 28 25

SW NW 21 28 25


NE NW 1 28

NW SE 1 28


Top 1X2-inch
reducing
coupling

Top Ik-inch
casing



Top 10-inch
coupling

Top 3-inch
casing



top 4-inch
caring

rop 3-inch
nipple in
casing plug

rap 1k-inch
coupling


A. H. Marquardt 1939

--. do-- .. 1955


Howard E. Godwirl956


............. 953

Van Duyne, Inc. 1950


..-------------- 1930








9e61v I. vla'11i


0016 0 4










.5
*4

'7









.I
.9



.I


-3



01


-6

-7

-8

*9




*10


-1I


*12


-13


luod







85 16

I IIs




iN 13


II 13



is 13




N 1to

NW 19

N 19

n 2 14







M1 24 1
99 6


IV 6


11 l B i ill i ,


Chemical Co.

1)S ,,v.doun




38 Is A, C. Caerr

311 4 A, A, urlts

138 4 H. P. Taylor

12 14 A. Croeby

21 24 1.....do'. -

28 24 Joseph 8asnyl
tr.

28 24 1. D. sanyi

28 24 ,o-'"*do***---
18 24 ...... do-.-


i2 24 A. W., Rynoldl
a8 24 A. W. Reynolda


......do .... F, Carroll 1945


tKriam Stirling
and A. A. Pin-
ter

A. A. Pointer


A LLiford


Il.itol H IIouth







Hoavrd 1. Godwil
5ovt18 6, Oodwvl






Howard I. Godwtl

A. Closby

Howard 1, Codwin

J. D, Ilsnyl




J. D. inayi

Howard .Godwin


1950






1949
1959




1943


194B

1953

1921

1950

1948




L955


Top 4-inch
casing

Top 2-inch
casing

top 4-inch
eating

top 2-Inch
casing


60








21

73 2

21

42

30

60 2


1 ) u1 p 11111

iVO Itri i
I lpichelrpulch



I Top i-inch ill
on #:$tnv

1 top 3.inch
asiLng
,I op to(n| h


,31 Top of 6.Ineh
toe

,3 top 4.inch
c*>Lnl

L Top tIlnch
calling
3 ............

SLp of 2-anch
ill on easing

1l-Lnch nipple
on casing

It top 21-Inch
casing
,3********


117.40 18.06
17.33


, I $i1i 0I


I ill I.I




121, I,

110, 7



116,11




L12,85i




112.51

114.1

115.1

1076




110.57

110

117.33


11.94







1.41

13,35
9.62

9.56
i, to





9,60
14.73
11.4 5












12,46






11.16
11,39

11.35
9.62
17.37
14.7391








18.91


-l.6-54.

1-10.54
3-12-554

i-15-SS4


6-25-56
1,1.l-3

*. l56




11169.54
IIlltl

10.1.154


11-12.14





ll.1.4.













6-25-56
11-16154

11-16*54
12621-514






1.28-55 I
3- 9-35

2. 1.55


3-21*55


3-2155 I1


U.-:.


wull tlouwd
after well
depth exceeded
100 f6ti






WL-vtell pumped
recently


905 Cr




85 Ir


-1 Ir
:r


*** I e .i Al o







hDo

D '.... .. ...
I.... .. .......




S...... ,...



Ir .... i....


Ir *... ***...*.*Trator bolt




Ir .. ........*


Ir ....r .......
It .... ....... llitr report


24 J. F. Carroll ......do ......


HI

RIc

!W


IW


s


I




'lublr 1, C.,ntinued


.. ..... !I.o s4N.Ii ,,,I
802-15-l14 'SWISW 1SI28 25 Carl Crosby


-I' N9W 18i28 25 Marvin Starling


-16 NW.SW 18 28 25-- do ------


-17 NW NW 18 28 24iMr Page


-18 NE NW 18 28 25 lubLrt Denney


-19NE NW 18 28 25iH, W. Deeds


802-152-1 SW NE 13 28.25 R, W. Giles


-2 SW NE 13 28 25: .... do-- ..

-3 SW NE 13128 25'-- ---do-----
!


SI
NW NE l8 28 25!--*---do..**--.


SW NL'13!28125 ......- do*-- ......


SW NW 24 28 24 R. i. Iuwis


SW NW 2428124 .... do..--.


'SW NW 24 28 24 ------do------


NE SW 13 28 25 T. F, Palmer

'NE SW 13 28 25 -..-. do-- ...




NE SW 13 28 24 J C. Ellerbee



NE SW 13 28 24 ......do ......


-....---....-. 1920



J. B. Ellarbee 1919 50


IIop I III Ital
j
I l


Ill Is)

Howard E. Godwin 1955


.............. 1945








Cecil Argue 1955





A. I. Williford 1954




Ho--ward ----- --19






Howard E. Codwir 1954





Whatley Pump 1952
and Well Co.

R. H1 Lewis 1952


T F. Palmer 1949

Howard E. Godwin 1954


20


20M


21


41


66


35




---I






44


---- i


30


39M


50

55M


Top 4-inch
casing


End of 2-inch
nipple

Lip of 2-inch
tee

Pitcher-pump
valveseat

Top 3-inch
casing

Top 3-inch
casing

Lip of 2-inch
ell



Lip of 1 -inch
ell


Lip of 1'-inch
tee

Top of 4-inch
elI




Top 3-inch
casing

Top 2-inch
casing



Top 3-Inch
casing


45 2,3


S116.92


S116.80





115.51


114.5


113.25


109.69




109.20



109,6


109.59


109a


109.31


109.31




110.22




1lO1


' '-' '-' -


..... ....... ICL


S .............


Iao I 1 1 tl ila ) 1141' | 4 s )


I I r 7 --I ~T I


I eII lial


(171


17.21


15.29
14.45

14.45


12.26


4.63
11.20

9.45
13.52

8.55
8.59



7.67
7.73


7.57
8.06

12.00





9.08
9.68

7.95
8.10



9 18
12.65


30 1 2?


....... C


1181

3-22-55 N


3-17-55 N
5-22-55

3-17-55 C


5-23-55 P


10- 5-55 N
6-19-56

10- 5-55 N
6-26-56

9-24-54 C
10- 7-54



9-24-54 C
10- 7-54


9-27-54 C
10- 7-54

6-26-56 C


......------. J


6-27-55 C
6-25-56

11-17-54 N
12-21-54

******* 'C

10- 8-54 C
6-25-56


....-.












































W-3422
-..-.-


..-...





E.



.....-,

-.....,





.......


--......


I I

r!;




i i


Deat 9-55













Reported flowing
until 1948;
WL 9.30, 10-27-54

Reported flowing
until 1949-50




Reported former-
ly flowing well

WL 2.14,
10-27-59






Cuttings
collected by
author; WL 2.34,
11-24-59

Reported flow-
ing until 1949-
50


-


*


-


WL 15.45,
6-25-56


60H











rOb.lo I. C00140094


-14

.II

-16

-17


-*I


-19


-20






802-153.1

-2


-3


-4


-5


A, J. pulirnyi
A. J. Daheny,
Jr

I, C, Wloioll.
I0n



......do......


I A. irtlin

i. P. Field

...l-.do*..-.o


Jr.
a, J. Dohany,




----..do---.--

Id, Hernande




I. J. Hennlcy,
IJr.

Llkeland
running Co,

Cittleman'l
Livestock
auction Markat

II. W. Kolp


L, Bradley
Ipaun
--......do.--.-


6. E. Elfreh


Oio. loren

lon, No
a. W$illiam




Ven Dwyn., Inc.

F. W. Fluseln


Howard I, Oodwll

.............





Howard E, Oodwli




Roy Wilt
.............





Layna-Atlantic
Co.

Geo. Horan


----..do-......


Hovard E. Codwit

..............


McDonald
Asphalt


.. .. .. ....... ....
1* 2,31 ---------- --


)0 1 -'2'*"C* ".... .*


31 1 Top Iar1W'lnch ,l10
rlducer


Illi




I09,6)


LI2,81


....I.1..........I.1. ,.


Top $Ilnch
Top enl|



Top L-inch
Gaming
eillnl

Top pitcher
pump body

Top 3-Lnch
coupling

........o.....



Pitcher pump


lop 1k-inch
coing


"""""""




op 2-inch
caing
..............


Top l?-inch
coming

rop 4-inch


109,06


112.11


112.22


113,63


109.7


109.3



117.24


128.50
"""l


13, 74
LS,16





16.07


16.07
14.00

17.28


15,09
3,76




7.70
6,81

18,19
19,25







20,80
21.94




19.02


8.04
9.97


.... ..:,.: |- ".' :-...lJi... ..'


1.1,. ii7-






3617.54
I3rlll





6-21-11



5-11.55
6.-27-55




6-17-56





6- 4.54
6-18-54

3-15-55
5-21-55







12-30-54
6-26-56



1- 3-55


9-23-54
10-11-54


-... Abn,6-56




Abn, 1-3-55
---- Abn,1-3.i5;
buried

R---- ported flowing
until 1951


.!"n'r'' :^.'''V,


VI. 121.H



WI 123.7,





n, 14,21,
6.35-56

Abn








Abn





Table 1. Contiriued
.-II I- -- l--.-


802-153-10

-11

-12


-13


-14

-15


802-154-1


-2

-3


-4


-5


-6



-7


-8


-9


-10


-11


-12


-13


NW SE 14

NW SE 14

SW SE 15


SW NE 15


SE NE 22

NW SW 14


NW SE 16


NW SE 16

SW SW 15


SW SW 15


SW NW 22


SE NW 15


1954 100


28 24 Mildred Tonkel

28 24 ---- do----

28 24 L. J. Lovett


28 24 C. E. Thompson


28 24 Hammond Turner

28 24 Lakeland
Tanning Co.

28 24 Lakeland
Cement Co.

28 24 ----.do ----

28 24 Jackson


28 24 S. J, Hennecy
Sr.

28 24 Sam Moore


28 24 S. J. Ruther-
ford


28 24 Alex Mueller


28 24 W. E. Sullivan


28 24 L. D. Calhoun


28 24 L. J. Schinner-
er

28 24 -------......


28 24 Vernon Todd


28 24 8. J. Ruther-
ford


Howard E. Godwin














Lakeland
Cement Co.

--...... do-- ......

Jackson


A. I. Williford









J. D. Williams


W. E. Sullivan


L. D. Calhoun


Libby-Freeman








A. I. Williford


1934

1951


1930


1946




1940


1949

1948


1954


---


1939






L950


953


949








956


80

46H


38M


400

31M


40


40

68-
70

50


21M


199M



52H


12M


34M


319


41M


22M


85


40



45H


35M




28H
















120


.....-.........----1142e


135.50





144.40


133.19


.60 133,62


.50 145.76


.25 149.73


1.00 129.42


1.651134.49


1.0 131.18


1.80 134.0


..............



Top It-inch
casing

Top 2-inch
nipple



Top 1l-inch
coupling

.............





"I ..


,to .. I .... .


0.30 127.76


1.30 123.00




Flush 111.0


a as al isp iei


171 Ill


s ert IIII al l


) 511 11*1


Top lk-inch
casing




Pitcher-pump
valve seat

Top 4-inch
easing


Top 3-inch
casing

Top 1-inch
casing

Top 2-inch
casing

Top 4-inch
coupling

Pitcher-pump
valvd seat

Top 2-inch
casing

Lip of 2-inch
union


I -


SW 15


NE 16


NE 16


NW 15


SW 15


15


SW 15


U171 I (illll I9 a tell

*---.--- JE --

.... -----. N .....

25.32 3- 4-55 N *
25.70 4- 7-55

24.02 3-11-55 N ---
24.03 4- 7-55

-- ---...- ....

20.37 5-21-55 P --
16,68 6-26-56



..... ...... .....
-- ----- JE ---

7.14 6- 3-54 J ---
6.36 6-18-54

..... ....... JE


4.62 12- 3-54 P ---
5.56 5-17-55

29.03 11-24-54 N --
29.88 12-22-54


13.78 3-11-55 N --
13.63 4- 7-55

3.70 3-14-55 N -
3.73 5-17-55

9.21 5-14-55 N ---
9.07 5-17-55

28.85 3-15-55 N 50


9.34 5-17-55 P ----
11.24 6-28-56

11.33 5-10-55 N -
10.92 5-17-55

13.61 6-28-56 CL --
6.03 11-17-59


I



1
I










I





Ic
D,

Ir
IT





Ir



Ir
Ir











r


D

D

D


Ir -------


r ...--- .......

D ---- ------Abn












n --------- 4.20 6-28-56
:n -** -----



















well plugged?
S.-- -2259




D --- ----- n
D -- ---- Abn






r ... ......


.-- ...-- .W 4.20, 6-28-56,
well plugged?




---- W-2259





.... ....... *Center


*- ---- -

-- ....... Dest,5-54

.. ....... Abn












7Tbli 1. CunSpuled


IOl+isH,4 *8W 0

lVW N11


1032.155l



.1


.4


8021567-1


.2
.3
.4



.)



-6

.7

.8

*9




802-157.1


-2


-3


*4


Curtis Danaby




J. Hilliard


Perry?


|956


145 I


390 12 ....


+,H-. 'i\' l.'"""_ "'


Barney's Pump$ Sarosy',a .up
Incl, Il9l

,..d,-i.t" .."**do....a .



City of gHavans
Llksland Soulhern Co.

Lon, OGpen Lon, Capan

I. T. S. T.
Bairrinton arrilnlton

J, V, Frioam lHourd l, godwiv


Lakeltnd Lakellnd
Coment Co. Cment Co.


A. F. Jett ., T. Harrtll

Gordon Brol, Barney's lumps
Conerate Inc.

First Mechodit l......do- ..
Church

Rdio Station Van Duyna, Ino.

.....do ..... ...... do ......

L. i. Anmdon ..........

.....do- ... L. I. Anidon

Lakeland Howard I. Godwin


i










17.,10







194,83


Top of me*ul
bela





Top conoraet
pump basr

Top 36.Ineh














top 2Xll-Lnch
raduer



lop 3-inch
coupling



inchh conna8-
cion on
dilehargi pipe



top conlcrrc
poup b3 ch
pump best


213.00




208.87


31.93






35.17


4.13
5.01













8.30




17.82




106.85




102.90


.8~ IL .-'.. K

'H .5-.


ll-13359





5.14.S6



6. 4-54
7. 6.54














3- 4*55




7- 7.56




11-19-59




7- 6.56
i-*o----


1,500


"**


-- In









---- Ir
....
.Zn-I~

.K


600


7. .......
7| ".'.'"


78


VIIo
1047


1041

**l**

"""l


W-342L
""oooo


Y1.188


300 IX I.--..----


Fluh 177e



4.90 138e


Builder's Inc.


Florida Power
and Light Co.

Atlantic Coast
Line RR

Mann Broa. Inc.


Paramont
Theatres


Alr condllloMa
tno supply vwil
Cloledyi.leml
drllasr wvll
for 103L54L14

VL puoqin









Conreras pipe
cainl;, gravil.
packed











Abni plugged





Drainsl$ wll
or closed-
sytem air
conditioner






Abn and dest,
1937; Fo-11




Tabla 1. Continued


-9 E SW 1 28 24


-10 S SW 18 28 24


802-157-5

-6


-7




-8


Gordon Bessford

Advance
Appliance Co.

-----do----


M. L. Wilkins

Lakeland
Ledger
------do------




City of
Lakeland

.--..... do------


----- do---- ......


-11 1E SW 18 28 24 -do --. R. Neikirk


SW 18 28 24
SW 13 28 23


---...... do-- ......




Lakeland
Laundry and
Cleaners

Montgomery Ward


Orange State
Processing Co.


City of
Lakeland

Mann Bros. Inc.


City of
Lakeland


28 23 Florida PFavoreat
Fertilizer


Layne-Atlantic
Co.






Barney's Pumps
Inc.

Ben Lovelace
and Co.



Layne-Atlantic
Co.

Whatley Pump
and Well Co.

Florida Water
Well and Supply
Co.


619 10



619 8


761 15


1925 11,201


828 124


325


716



1,216


621


725



74M


300 3 1---------------


360 3


-----------

i-inch hole in
side of pump
base

J-inch access
hole in steel
pump base



Air line gage


210
2310


1,5(189.44



1.20 187.62





3.0 201,04


84.58
82.15


98.76
105.19




104.5
110.0


5-21-57
11-19-59


7- 9-56
5-21-57
;I


750 IM I---


600


2,000



2,100


9-26-55 TI 4,000 M 80
7- 9-56


Wgi-
432


Wgi-
431

Wgi-
433


Wgi-
430




W-946


-- .--I --. 13?7 --------- -- ----I--TIE -- In ..- ----


-------- --- --- ---- ------ 250 X


kir line agae 4.5 208.46 116.5 7- 6-56 500 In
97.5 11- 4-59


Access hole in
pump base



Edge of pump
base


191.22


208.0


193.3


83.15
80.25



96.63


5-21-57
11-19-59



7- 9-56


88.72111-20-59


2,409




2,000
2,000


W-3623


W-3751


--. ...-.... 1912



D. G. Southard 1912


--.. do--.. 1922


W-4153
E



W-2767



0 Abn; clogged at
74 feet


SClosed-system
Sir conditioner;
drainage well
for 802-157-6

*Air pump,
** Steam and
electric

Do


Po-12; WL 85.38,
11-20-59; nearby
wells pumping

Po-13; pumping
WL on 5-21-57;
Scatic WL, near-
by wells being
pumped on 7-9-56

Both measures
are pumping WL;
air line 124.5
feet







Air line,127
feet; pumping
WL 7-6-56; static
WL, 11-4-59


-12



-13



-14


-15



-16


-17


802-158-1


-2


M I lei"'1L"'


30 1 --------- ....... --- ---- ..... l .... I-.....-


I 151


M 18)


Its)


l g


Ires r ti r i tal Is


11 I


,) ii


1151


Ril little tail


11.1


----.......I*

















V. 0, lovers


Herton Wr4d

rlorid UWcter
Ell A4 Supply

koy Will

I, A. Carroll


-*****do-p**..


0, 0. Cannon
and Sone

A. H. H rquardt


Cecil Whatley

Dick Dunhrl


00303004.


l03o1014

031.4034.

*I



10.2-l3.1
02












.3
-3



803-135-1

803-136-1


803-137-1




803-163-L


.2

803-145-1
-2


-2


803-146-1


Coo. Brainerd


Saddler-Taylor


0. 3. Brainard


A. ", MIrquardt

KInneth Turley
-----....do......


C. D. Cannon
end Soal


635 I 6


592 112


fubllx Super
Iterl I

rmsl

Ocly of



1. A. orroll
-.....do-***



A. 0. Seats and
Lake italino
lka Huilton
Cooperative Inc.

V. 5. Jonie


Dale Iashkin


200


(II -liiL~T~li PwbiI Ie Sue


Tebls I Cpontued


Tonold IKrt,
rood# Ins,


C. D. Cannon 1957
and Sons
......do...... 1955


114


030



20

68

41



110


93


100


105





197


Alix Warren


0. 8. Wylie


H. A. Hotesi


Roy Taylor

Rare and Race
Inc.


A. C, Cox

Soo. Hinkle

m. Staianski


W. H. Schultc,
It.


Ix IS IA 2i

3I 8 10 26


3 usCIse hots in 0.50
PuOp baps





2
3?---------------
3 *.......... ....






2 Lip of 3X2- 1,10
inch reducer

3 and of Iinch I.0
discharge
soupliq



3 Ind of S-inch 5.3
disehirls pipe

3 Top of pup LO
column, inside
pump discharge
3 ....-- ...... ....


3 Discharge 1.5
cIlans on

3 Access hole in 1.0
pump base

3 -------.............. ....-


3 Access hole in .3
pump base

2,3 ------- ..--..

2,3 .............. ....

3 ----.............. ....--


3 really hole in ,20
puop base


ISOI

135,6

138,4










96.4


100,t6


130.0


125.9





174.0


163.9




133.55


133

145o

155.06


142.6 2B.25
25.12


I6,7i
94.91











4.11

10.,1




40.46








86.48
81.31


55.27
51.13



8.96
6.96


--- a


310











1,600
1,450






1,200


7. 6-$6
11-10*59
*.9*9v.









9-16-90


13s 3-59




12. 2159




II* II-7
6-19-59
12- 2-59




11- 6-17
12- 8159

11-12-37
12- 9-59



10- 2-57
11- 3-59








7- 9-58
11- 3-29


V.4737


1049


W-A4S









*.****
l,,l...le


W-1416




H-1487


1-5353

W-3444

-29125

-*--


*r s$I' 1f i 'Is .lilt ,1 !11!t1 ,11 t l = 1111r 1
p not sit Iai st, la r


i ,


..... r


1,000 tr


500 Zr


1,000 Ir


500 X


150 76

50 PS

---- PS


900 It


.---* .
110. 0




























Taie 1. continued


I II
p
ia
j
iai
j
e l


803-146-2 NW NB


-3 SE NW


-4 HE SE


-5 NE SE


803-147-1


-2

-3


25 Browning and
Scarborough

25 W. H. Schuls


25 Clifton James


25 -..---do------


Adams Packing
Assn.
--...... do--- ....

City of
Auburndale


*---.do--- ..


Kenneth Turley

------do------


Clifton James


Sadler-Taylor











C. A. Dansby

------do-.----

R. M. Perry




C. A. Dansby


250 3


Access hole in
pump base

orp 2-inch
coupling

rap 2-inch
askingg


Access hole in
pump base


ese s sees
|
save ties
y
m
p
s


163.12


156.0


--. 146.28


--- 147.84






1.6 169.29


30.56


7.52


32.44


9-26-58


10-13-59


10-15-59


46.38 11-23-59


20


500

.-...


*****


I..... n ....


.---- In -





-,140 H ----
1,140 H --


W-2720




















W-1060


W-1875






W-872


it). .. 1 1 1I) Itf l 1


I W ne! Inst


M s1 11I1


I14 I









lbl) 4 I. C"n71nu1di










*4l NWINI I5

14 HWNI 1.


15 Nmg I '10


803-14181 N9 1L 9

.2 NE in : 9

*3 NUSEI 9

.4 'I NW 10

-5 NL SE 9


.6 NW SW 10


-7 SE HE 9

803-149-1 SW NW 9

-2 HNi -W 9

-3 SW NW 9

.4 NESW 9

.5 NE SW 9
I" '


Hinutr Mnel


- {JSL


a rdenlhirl rus.1948i


.....do.-,",, --r.-.do...... 1)11


I8|32 ......do.,. ,,





Auburndale

28 25 ......do-*...*




2852 JT, J, Herdtman
I !

28 25 obert Strick-
land
2 25 C. A. Ootson


David R. Webb


L, W, Carriger

Idna Outhrie
.....do--......


H. Slakoan

C. 5. Davidaon


******do******


Morrill Wall
and Fuop Co,

C. A, Danlby

0Go. Moran

Turner and
Horan
Howard Codwin

Roy Witl


Kenneth Turley


Roy Wilt



C. A, Dansby

Red Rodgers

............


6417




6115
627



633


388

182

157

167

160


L956 270 4


39?



103


I Access hole in
pump base


*...*.do******




rap 3/4-.nch
poupllnl on
breither pipe








orp 3-Inch
:aing
I ............


83 2,3 -- .........


.............. ...



Access hole in Flust
puop basl
--......do--- .30

.....*...... ....


S. J. Wilson Van Duyne, Ino. 1951 192 ) 3


rjir fiL'L ~11 z.





0O40 141.4 3.781
I ,10


133


140.57



151.98

155.79



:::


*i.e11


I311 l .


1291.54
3. 9.05

13l17.43
i-130*-|











---- 09


SO91i00


.....I .......III .T II I ....


**--.---


12-14-54
6-28-55
12-14-54
3- 9-55
------

--*---i


20


,t,,IWi37~ Concre1t floor
S I I 144.30 (fp


.. W( |WL pumping,
ASi ,I01$1>|
I WL 13,04,
|ll.30.,9





.... .......


.". ., ,


W-3389


W-4050


W-4215


Top concrlet
base i
145.63 feet NIt

Top concrete
biae li 133.59
feet iti


507 2,3 *.---- I-- -


B .... .......




Tabtl 1. Continued


803-l49-6

-7




-8


803-150-1



-2

-3


-4

-5


-6


803-151-;


-2


-3


-4

-5


-6


-7


-8


-9


lT 141 I I
UP II 11! i4 ) 1L 1)I lei

NE SW 9 28 25 S. J. Wilson 8, J. Wilson

NE W 9 28 25. -- ---do--- ---. do"---




NE SW 9 28 25 John L. Geo. Moran
DeLosier

NE N'1l8 28 25 B, M. Johns B. M. Johns

I
SSE S 8 28125 Abbie Austin Hars (Mr.)

SE SW 8 28:25iJames A. Russ James A. Russ


SE SW 8 28 25'H. S. Foster Howard E. Godwin

NW NW 17 28,25 U.S. Geological Stewart and
Survey Mills

NW NW 17 28 25 ------do .--- Stowart


iW NE,12 28.254W, P. Alford IGeo. Moran


SW NE 15j28 25 ------do- ...... .. do- ..


SW:NE 15 28 25 .. -do-- ............


NWISW 7 28'25 V. R. Roberts --------

NW SW. 7 28 25 *-. do---- F, W. Fusoll


NW SW 7 28 25 *-.--do..--- Howard E. Godwin


,SW SW 7 28 25 T. J. Milton A. 1. Willltord


SW SW 7 28 25 .... do- .. T., J, Milton


NE NE 13 28 24 A. C. Schultz IIuward E. Godwin


SW SW 7 28 25 T, J. Milton Williford


SI I LIII 1111 I II-I I 115 I


30 2

30 I




190 3


50 1k


146MI 3


20

15




83


457





48


60

13


3


27


20?







41MI


36


35


20


48


42 12,3


top It-inch
caring


Top lk-inch
casing






--......do...----


Top 1-inch
casing


easing
Top 3-inch
casing

Top pitcher
pump valve ase



Top 2-inch
casing

Top 3-inch
casing

Lip of 2-inch
all
.....-o-----


Top 4-inch
casing

Top 3-inch all


7~


0.70 146.26







.... 119.49





.50 123.21




3.70 120.4


4,05 120.4


1.40 118.00


.55 117.19


1.00116.42




.70 115.55


.30 116.80


1.10 114.05


.90 115.1


,90 115.41


.80 114.37


-----


11-18-54
5-23-55











5-10-55
5-23-55


6-28-53
8-18-55
9- 1-55

9-13-55


6-26-56


5-23-55
6-28-55

12- 1-54
6-26-56



9-27-54
10-11-54

10-29-54
11-15-54

12- 3-54
6-30-56

12- 3-541
5-23-55

12-10-54
12-21-54


I t


7.40
6.27



.38
3.06

1.62
.23

11.10


14.90
13.27

8.50
10.90



4.08
4.15

.10.33
9.92

6.75
10.37

7.30
8.60

12,78
12,52

11,39
12.79


t on till i teal s


CILI -I.


latI less son I s


1111its)

D "'-*
D












PS



In --.
0 ----

0 .-.


Ir 74.5


Ir ...


Ir .*-


D ....

Ir 74,2


Ir 75




Ir


Ir ....


Ir -*


....... Abn; wel
6-25-56











....... WL 8.47,
6-26-56;
......























....... WL 2.53,
11-24-59


I dry,


dest









lublo I& nilnuid

0li-l1 '1 IW 6WI 1 II 1


01-153.i !E'NW13 i8 39

-* IE|NW 13 38 1


.1

,4

803.*3.


9-,.. 13


NW NE II


TIrl H, CPrralm


T. r, F lmnr


. W, 0Gile


IE NIl0 3' 24 J C. Combie

IW El30 28,24'Ouy Combell


.3 SIW IS10


-4 swSE 10l

*S NW '110t

*6 NW'S, 10


.7 iNW IE 10



.8 JSE NE 15


*-9 NE W 15







.13 NE NW 15


,-14 NE SE 10


Polk County

......do-.....

C, 2, Baader

---......do.."

......do ......



A. II, Smith


0. ,. Ylomans


E. A. EspolLto

0. E. Yeomaln
......do-...--

.---.. do----



H. E. Vachon


Howard i. Gudwin


WilltHord

T. p, r mir

Wltford




Frranel ImIth
,... V**9w..90


Phtlllp Morrill



C,, Blader

Howard ., Godwin


C S. Baader






Howard E. Godwin


0. S. Yeomans

Joe Hennelay

----do-----

--....do..-..



Howard 0, Godwin


1951| 342)1 4


1911


135 14l ..


141H1 4


31, Tap 4rnich
1a40 lIn


Lip oP Inch
nl on rielns

Top pilther
pump body

Top tMinch
Tap 3Itoh

Lp of lotLneh
IIl on ;&llnI


top pitcher
pump body

lop 6*Lnch
tcOln|




top 4-Inch
casing

Ind of
horLiontal
nipple in
i-Lnch teL



fop 4-Inch
cling






top reducing
buihinh no
$-inch coupllni


rFluio 11.)1


.0 1t09 13

1,.0 109.40


,10 111,00

,49 109,35



1.,35138, 7


123,10





127.10


124.90



123.95

124.

123.08


71,10


.... ......i


5-24,54
5-28-&4

5-24-54
5-28-54





5-14-54
5-28-54






5-26-54
5-28-S4


957 98H 4 45 2 1op 4-inch 1.0 .- 18.32 3- 4-57
cas n I


10 ', CL ...* in

9-34, 94 C 4 f*" Isr


9.34 .i N "*' Ir
10. 1754

9.4v51 C 1I *- Ir
10o 7><4







5-11 C19 ""..* X
-1-55 Cl *.... X
h.630.-5


".'li!.. ...... "!." C
W0112 CulI Iln





****n ru Abil

*****l'


......hn


,72, E. '


CIi ..... D ..........

C ..... ...



N ....i .... ....... A



I .....- D .......... Supp
4 ho

CE *****r ... ".......



F ..-.. D ---*--. Abn

JPE "-- D ..* .--

c L *- Ir *.. *..*


35 D- 3 *- .-- -----


I IvI
Uiso


""I"
+9'!




iiii


""I :
S-o.1 l





T'Ible 1. Continued


lea I I1 1411 11 101


803-153-15


-16


-17

-18


-19


-20


-21


-22


-23

-24


-25


-26


-27


-28


-29



-30


-31


-32


-33


IMl I I


tIcI I i00I AI 1 1131


260M 4


66? 2,3 Top 4-inch
casing


IN NW 15 28 24


NWISE 10 28 24


NW 3E 10 28 24

NWiNE;15 28 24


NW NE 15 28 24


NW'NE;15 28 24


NE NE 15 28 24


.NE:NE,1.5 28 24


NENEE15 28 24

NW!NE 15 28 24


INWNE 15 28 24


INW SE 10 28 24'


NW SE 10 28 24


NW SE 10 28 24


NW SE 10 28 24



NW SE 10 28 24


NW SE 10 28 24


SE SE 10 28 24


NE NE 15 28 24


E. A. Esposito


C, S. Bander


Fanny Jordan

T. A. Rivera


...... do- ......-

......do-----


Ethel Combee


- .....do ......


---...... do-----......

Howard Roberts


......do------


Cecil Combee


......do ......


......do- ....


-----....-do------



A, C, Rogers


.-----do------


t. M, Walker


., J, Weaver


Southern Pipe
and Supply

C. E. Baader


Roy Wilt

T. A. Rivers


Howard E. Godwin


---.--do---- -





Van Duyne, Inc.


Toward Godwin

----- do ---..


Roy Wilt


Lewis Bailey


Cecil Combee


Howard E. Godwin


------do-----



--....do-- ...


A, C. Rogers


C. A. Rivers


0,70 123,20


.30 123.57




1.60 122.94


.70 127,31


.20 .....


52


477

50M


170


125,


27M


100H


125

191





19M


28M


127M1


154M



382H


48M


48M


20


30

45


60


59





49M


47

163








35


53


60



348


45M


Top 1 -inch
casing



Top 2-inch
coupling

Top 4-inch
coupling

Top 3-inch
casing

Top 1'-inch
casing

Top 2-inch
casing



Top 3-inch
casing

'op 2-inch
coupling

Top 1k-inch
casing

Top 2-inch
casing

orp 3-inch
casing

rop i-ineh
:over plate on
askingg

Cop 3-inch
:auing

Lop 1l-inch
:oupling


19.391


23.90
23.69

21.44


. 111'


11)' | I i i| j" 14)


__ I -- I II -~'T---~~--T--l)-~~---~RT~_~~-


11) 1 -


1 ~cl-----~----C----


124.24





127.03


123.89


127.46


122.59


23.51
21.60

8.42
8.40



19.22
21.67

23.39
23.80

19.20


Dry
Dry

11,56
16.12



22.51


20.76


16.11
Dry

16.31
23.14

23.11


18.59
18.92


1 91l


1141


1I011 lie)


.70 .---


.70 126.02


1.50 ---.

*... .....


Howard E. Godwinl954 I 218


38M 2 op io1-inch
as ing

88 2,3 ...... .......


1171


6-15-54 T E
6-18-54

6-18-54 N -
.7- 6-54



9-29-54 C E
10-27-54

9-29-54 N
10-11-54

9-28-54 J E


9-29-54 N -
10-27-54

11-29-54 C L
6-23-55



10- 6-54 J 5


10- 5-54 F E


10-27-54 C E
5-17-55

10-27-54 P -
5-17-55

11-10-54 J E


11-16-54 C L
12-22-54


11-17-54 J E


3-14-55 J E
4- 8-55

4- 4-55 C 8


------ J E


281


r


r .... .......















.... W-3424
;ed by 1uihor





11-16-59









.... .......
74 --L----~






75 ...- ..- Abn





75.5---


D
--'-" r





65M Ir



0

- B.. D
,.... D


Abn; WL 7.93,
7-19-54








TIbli I. Cu e loto


b. J, Uevetr

A. Puoiro

1, I, Thompson

J Coili



J.q.do..."9-




Polk County

J, C. Combre

W. H. Johnson


Reynolds

I, Richardl

Farber


ltrrkl0ndl

Hoverd I. Godvin
0ev, Horon1


4over4 5, Godoln

Q19.l "offal






Howard I, 0Oiwvin




W, H. Johnson





Carl I. Richard

Eleby


BI BE 10 28 24 L. Blnchard ...... do ...... 1930

I NE 15 28 24 J. W. Reynolds J. W. Reynolds 1940


I NE 1 28 24....--do ......... do. 1938

1I E I 28 24 .... do .... Hovwrd B. Godvn 190

IE S 10 28 24 Rlph D. Carter libyT 1930


......do....-


72 lth

20 14


72 21

20 1


31" "1 *-* 1


"13... 7.. T -i8" l 1T'"1i"1T'lir ..--i Tr


Il IrYC~(Url.ULW .~-,ru,-t,~ur,,~.~q,u Ct*l ---1~'~' 1'~---i"ll"fCI1


i,90 lI, '4 iJ .'.1, If P ,., bn


TOP It-lolh
*((sh


Tep l*inlh




Top 4rlnoh
ClllnI

Top plahrr
pump valve

Top 2.Inch

top 3l.noh
ouplinl
top pitcher
pump valvp
Beat
i*-do.-***


ropl inch
asking

Fop lki-noh
cdouplin




Top pitcher
poop valve
Beat

......do....-.


top Lno- h

Top ItkLnch
elOing


,40

-41

803.154.1


.10 IS IS 10 128


m-- 'p;. F I m PlrIEIkq" L "+I"Ze"P pt2 .M ,"-."


Iwoh


-Mr

lllll














144,03


141.94

13.11

140.74


17,64




04,43
14,14

26,96


17,07


23,03

6.09
4,3S

6.17
4,05
6.87

7.94
9.10




4.09


4.52


12.91

13.18
13.24


Ilirl


II1 M al Ii 111111 l ow$ I IMl 1 1 11


3, 4905

0. 7.04
S ,1414
** 7o14
0.34.54
!6 7,i4

3, 455


3.11.55

6.I.*56
S6.0.54

6. 7-54

55-l-54
I6- 7-4











5-25-54

5:25:54


5- 2-$4

5-25114
5*28-54


735.1 ...--


I'VIT'r

?VWWVVW
rrrrrg

crr

rill+Ir
ollwne







Table 1. Conelnued
III I t)l la in ll #)Ie1 ( I I Io ) (II it) I at) ..I I l l|1 fie) 117 1 1 it 1 1E ll) | 2 its ] I 1 1


C. L, Thornton C. L. Thornton


803-154-11

-12


-13


-14


-15


-16


-17

-18



-19


-20

-22



-23


-24


-25


-26

-27

-28


-29



-30


-. 50

1t 34M1


NE ij 16

NE NE 16


NE NE 9


NW SW 10


NW SW 10


NW SW 10


NE NW 15

NE NW 15



NE NW 15


NE NW 15

NE NW 15



NE NW 15


NE NW 15


NE NW 15


NE NW 15

NE SE 9

SW NE 16


SW NE 10



NW NW 10
6


NZ



NE

rN


28 24


28 24


28,24


28 24


28 24


28 24

28 24


2 .............. ....

2 Bottom lip of 1.61
Ik-inch tee


I. S. Felts


E. P. Selph


Kenneth Combeeo


......do .....------


------do--- ......


H. N. Combos

------do-- ......



W. A. Jeffries


..----... do-- ......

A. L. Combee


------do------


------do......


W. A. Jeffries


A. L. Combee

T. F. Varnadore

L. B. Hine


Aldine Comboe



David Deeaon


J. P. Whatley


Kenneth Combee


---...... do--- ......


Howard E. Godwin


Jess Penlon

..............



Van Duyne; Inc.


A. I. Williford

A. L. Combee



-.---do------


.----.do-----


A. I. Williford


-----do-..---






Aldine Combee


I I I I I


1950

1950


1949


1944


1948


1954


1932

1940



1943


1954

1950



1947


1948


1954


1955



1925?


1947


137.67








141.44






128.55


52M


150


50


11M


105


40

8M



57


70?

9M



27M


12M


49M


50



121


63M


E ..... D





E ----- x
E ----- x

G ..... X





E ----- D


3


3.76
4.05







10.00
10.31

26.50




7,19
Dry






7.85


88


24?


207


67










50

13



20


12


40M


40






50M


Howard E. Oodwin l955


Top Ik-inch
casing

Top 3-inch
casing



Top pitcher
pump valve
seat






Top pitcher
pump valve
seat

Top 14-inch
casing

...----do------


Top 2-inch
cas ing





rop 3-inch
asking

rop Ik-inch
tee


rop 3-inch
easing


57 ~2,3


10- 5-54
10-12-54







11-23-54
5-18-55

11-29-54




5-17-55
6-27-56






11-27-54
11-27-54


11-27-54 P


11-27-54 C
4- 7-55

11-27-54 N
12-22-54

* P--. P

- *- fP

3-18-55 N
5-17-55

5-20-55 C
6-27-56


5- 6-55 J
5-21-55


Ir --


Ir 77


Ir 74.5


D --*

Ir ...

Ir --..

D,--
In,
X

D 76,5


147MI 3


-


WL, dry hole,
6-27-56






WL 3.51,
11-16-59






Dent


126.60


125.50






149.19


131.56



144.24


8.80


6.85
7.44

15.39
16,48





47.63
47.96

21.92
21,24


31,41
39.55





60)1*)14-31 SW WI

O SOW NI

933 MS SW


*34 IW II





03 NI N

*2 so NE

-3 S11 N


-4 I|N NM



*6 NE SW

-7 IE NW



-9 Sw NE

-10 SW NE


-11 NINE 1



-12 NE N 1I


IeW04 M. cooper H. I, 0odwvn 1i1t

Leonurd l, Jo~ ,vr, .do..-. t t495

Folk County A. Peneby 1941
oeard of P ub $
Inotrutelon

U,l, Oeololgel4 Wh(lley pump $t
Survey aOd WeIll Qo

ally of COnertl Florida l96I
Lekelend .Well Drllers

Cunniniham WUtllaes 4954
Laundry

Fenton Laundry Southern Pipi 1953
and Supply
......do...... .......... -. -


U. T. Brooks A, 1. Wiltiford 1953

F. A. Stack ............... 1950

C. Bentley ............... 1953

Mrs. Fred ............... 1950
eotherbee

H. 0. Smelts H. 0, SMelts 1952

J. D. Reynolds J. D. Reynolds 1954

......do ............do ..... 1954


Florida Highway Howard Godwin 1955
Patrol


Plorida Citrus Bsrney's Pumps 1956
Iotansson Inc.


Top 4q.neh
seeas $



Fg*******g***


0.30 13 ,


* 140,11,


4.30.56
$4.5 1.

rrr r,


IN H Top 3.nl h s3 11,5 3,71 6.9 *** .0 *V..
3 eIng 5,64 5.4. 59
364 3* 44,000 I(N 3 1 691 4


4S

50




32

14M

42



32

40

42M


87



205


Top sonerete
floor
..............

Top 2'lneh
casing







Top 2-inch
coupling

lop 2-inch
reducing
coupling

lop 4-inch
easing


154.48






145,5
13., 11




172.74

172.15


146.98


49.60
46.78


3,61
4,59
.....


7- 6-54


*- 2-15

.......


7.24 3-11-55
7.71 5-19-55

6.99 3-11-55
7.57 5-19-55

38.50 10-31-55
49.06 6-15-56


.*.*.IX


TklI I Cun~(nued
"" T"'" ",. 7.1


5I' 10
6 80 r


V9)100


UL 3l,7l,
1(.16195









Yild repoered
it wit depth
of 610 leet






Abn



WL 6.91,
6-30-56







In 8.63, 6.30-56;
bI5 tiundl dest,
Found, desl,
1939

Cuttlns
collected by
autborl dest
19561

Closed system
drainage well
for air-eondl-
tloning system


W-3773
0



711


-r-~2F~rrFl~l~-~-C~C ~~


_ _. .,_ ilUl .I 1*


t.mmiiiU1~L-, --ii.- _4U -- ^tfi, **** .?! ." PM 1 11""U11 411 1 1 f


324H 4



345 4-
3


t







Table 1. Continued


803-156-13 NE


-14


-15


-16


803-157-1



-2


-3


-4


803-158-1




-2


-3


803-159-1

-2


-3

-4

-5


804-134-1


804-136-1


1


NE 18



NE 18


NE 18


NE 18


SW 6



SW 12


NW 18


NW 18


SW 12


Florida Citrus Barney's Pumps
Commission Inc.


28 24



28 24


28 24


28 24


28 24



28 23


28 24


28 24


28 23


......do------


Florida Highway
Patrol

Cunningham
Laundry

City of
Lakeland


W. 0. Bunch


B. Gunter





City Products
Corp.



..... -- do------


City of
Lakeland

F. E. Gress

...... do ......
---do-----

------do ......

R. F. Harper

J. L. Dotson,
Jr.

W. G. Roe and
Co.

Hainso City
Citrus Grower's
Assn.


Roy Wilt


K. Turley and
H. E. Godwin

Barney's Pumps
Inc.

Florida Water
Well and Supply
Co.

Howard E. Godwin


B. Gunter





Ohio Well
Drilling Co.



.....do...----


Gardenhire Bros


F. E. Gross

Smith


A. I. Williford



Howard B.'Godwin


C. D, Cannon
and Sons

Bob Hudson


315



600


400


388


865



357M


40


13M1


753




360


790


20

107


22

44

183M





728


0.65


139



212


111


158


203



95


31





500?







273


20

100?


22

22

100

****


.............. ....


Top 4-inch
coupling







Access hole in
pump base


Top 4-inch
casing

Top li-inch
coupling

Top pitcher
pump valve seat

Access hole in
pump base






Top lg-inch
access pipe










lop 4-inch
casing

Snd 8-inch
discharge pipe

Ik-inch access
hole on pump
discharge
casting


I i


213,18


Flush


.30


2.0


.25







.10











.50


7.8


.8


ing


37.20








116.68
108.72


I;II ,I I- ,. I I .~. I ..~. I ..i I .. I .;ii .... I ...I .... 1 .i-.-. ~~T-i~.L-l i iil-- -_ _-


212.5 105.5 11-20-59 T E


178.92 5.50 3- 2-55 C L
5.95 5-19-55

.... 11.89 3- 3-55 P -


217.85 120.35 7- 2-56 T E
112.75 7- 2-56



218.7 ----- ------- T


231.4 137.13 11-19-59 T E


..... ..... ....... C L


..... ..... ....... J g
.... ... ....... j

..... ..... ...-... j E

..... 61.60 6-30-55 T E


L18.1 27.02 12-10-59 T L


194.0 104.37 11-12-57 T
104.2 12- 8-59


200









125


2,750


7- 6-56








7- 9-56
11-19-59


Wgi-
710


Wgi-
805




W-3875


Wgi-
543











W-24


Air condition-
ing supply
well







Concrete floor
ii 152.26 mal

WL pumping,
7-9-56








Dest, 3-31-55


Po-9; Wi pump-
ing, 7-2-56;
11-19-59, WL
122.81, 11-19-59


- In 78 -..--- Po-10


H ..- ....... -L pump:


200 Ir ---- -------

20* Ir .... .......


-- D *- -----

D .---.-*- *Center

----- I -- .-.


I.... i .... .......


..... If .... .......


'" ["'


1.l Is 1


ll II|1


I1.I .l. 1. 11! .1. 4N: 1114 fli
















804 136,;



804,1379.



'3


604,44041


804-141-1


804-143.1


804-147-1


*2


.3


804-149.1

.2


.3



*4







*i


AllxW Vrrenl

Jao Iotlh


t 0 dpe ncOtr

Pgredie rPoint
Iubd(vileOn

DOlOorgio Frult
fruit Corp.

Minute Maid
Corp,

Josephine
Iub(lon

City of
Auburndale

......do......


Odell Cannon


Huldsi Xborl

H. 1. OGlnn

--....do.--...


......do- ...- .. o. Koran


0, p. annnon
n4 Soni

Vhreply and
Hll

lbby-lreeamen


todlir-Toayor
Co,

lobert Hudson




Kenneth Turley


., M, Perry

......do......


Howard .I Godwin


Layton-Turner

K, I. Glenn

......do-.-...


I,**,lls, Iao


~,~LLllllllrr r rUC?11.CLLLC, Irl -CL1--ILL~.I-I-.'fLt-~iC~f;iiit-ii~i


1)41 o.., ,,. .., l


.* -- >. -. i 1 -I. *n


'Tbli ) Cun(plred


Aspeol hole In
pump bass














..sen... I.
Assegi hole in
puop iti*r









Top I12=noh

Top 4-inch
crsini










Top 2k-Lnch
coupling






Acoass hole in
Ianitary ral


|i ti


fil-i 1 1 I." 1 M ) 1 '|1"1


.1. .i t1I


"I ""


164,0


133e


140,73


140.73














153.23







153.0


J1


foy .I .**erl, 1
10.50 13 9. l 1







2I,07 I10 3517 7
1,5$7 tl. 39IS

41,05 10- 3.57 71
43.40 11.30.5O
..".. ........ J





16,65 10-14.54 I
2I,00 6-35.56

50.25 6- 1355 T
43.56 6-43-.3

..... .... 1








6.84 5.23-55 0
7,95 8-.1-5


WP3335













stt-
4VII
0.4412





84





*******


*******


pto14


Abn, Po-lI






luppllte seven
homes

Two identical
Vwlli, 1 feet
parts connect
ed to one pump

Two idineical
walls, 6 te t
*pirt, connecl-
ed to one pumPI
water level In
southerImost
well only VL
13.08, 8-25-56

Deepened to 150
etsci 100-oot
oiling in:April
19561 vell now
open to Florldan
aquifer


.....Ir I .... .......


12- 7-54
12-21-54






Table 1, Continued
IS) | it < I l ) I (.


1 ioj Ij ll I T I I li 11 1 Ii ( is)


804-149-6


-7

-8


-9



804-150-1


804-151-1

-2


-3


-4

-5

-6


-7


-8

-9


804-152-1


-2



804-153-1


-2


-3

-4


C. D. Cannon


Lee Boswell


...... do ......

Lee J, Pearson


Huldsa bertl



W. M. Croom


J. R. Dix

..--..do-- ......


L. Fuesell


Richard Gray.

----- do----.

J. M. Guy

--d...o----


W. Wilson

U.S. Geological
Survey

-----da--- -


---...do-----



-.--..do--.


E. A. Price


Guy Combee


24 U.S. Geological Howard 8. Godwin
Survey


and Sons

...... do ......

0. A. Danaby






Van Duyne, Inc.


J. R. Dix
---...... do-- ......


Herman Fusaell




Felix-Fussell

Perry Bros.


------do------




Stewart and
Mills

--... do--- .


Howard E. Godwin



Stewart and
Mills

............


1945


1945

1959






1952


1940

1942


1949


1944

1939

1924


1921


1918

1955


1955


1955



1955







1955


'600! 10


600? 10

.... 10


43M It



82 2


80 1k

25M 1


4K% 2


45 1I

30 1

373M 6


107M 3


32 1%

10M 1k


11M 1kl


59M 3



11M H1


45H 1




591 3


58


40




34




25

40


100




10


11


45



11



-- .


I I I I I


ISL


.'cese hole in
pump bass



Acceia hole in
pump base

Top pitcher
pump valve
seat

Top 2-inch
casing



Top 1-inch
coupling

Top lk-inch
toee

..............



lop 6-inch
coupling

Top 3-inch
coupling



---d----
Top lk-inch
casing

---...... do--- ......


Top 3-inch
casing


Top 1-inch
casing

...... do ......


I? ..-------------

2 Top 3-inch
casing


0.72 145.59




.6 162.5


1.60 142,67



lush 127,79




2.35125.75


1.20 126.43






.90 129.04


.50128.95


---- 124.66

2.20 133.8


1.50 118.0


2.50 118.0



1.30 109.72


.3 128.70




2.55 109,77


24.80
27.50



38.29
33.67

11.09
13,46


6.31
7.60



11.97
13,66

6.74
f1.25




,- ,
15.90
15.44

10.30
9.82



4.85
5.09

6.15
5.25

14.29 1
14.43


9.46
7.63

7.65
7,80



10.11 1
10.43


SIr
12- 3-54N ----- D -- ..--- Abn
12-21-54

5-23-55 CE -- D ..- --
6-25-56

.... I----- .... .......-----

---- L -- Ir --- -----

3-16-55 N --. r ..--. B,
4- 7-55

3-15-55 N- -----r -- --
4- 7-55

-.... cE -- D -- ----

8-12r55 N -- 0 78 --.--. Dest, 6-3-57
8-16-55

8-31-55 N 0 --.. -..
9-23-55

2-20-55 N 29M 0 74.5 W-3767 Cuttings
1-28-56 0 collected by
author

8-15-55 N --- -- .--
8-16-55

5-24-54 C 8 --- .. --- Abn 19551
5-28-54 Ir plugged 1959

- --. p ..... D .... .......

2-21-55 N 24 0 74.5 W-3770 Cuttinge
1-28-5 G collected
by author


12-17-54 1
2- 2-55

-T
...... i,

6-25-36 T
11-23-59

5-23-55 P
6-25-56


5-23-55 0
6-25-56
C1~


ei2- -ll ill I1 i t ics me I )

B r .... .......


E ... r -- --....








S-- D-- ---.....
DH- t -


-















Table II C, oIase--


I., F. Vtl(


I. A. Irlpe


Lil4tin Wldi.r it............


14, $Seri6t


18 111 36 34 3, SadeLsasen;*"****.. 1
W. Ii $3 2 1634 ldel n .. ... ... ....
10 N ll )I II 1* ......e.o. .... ..........-. ..


3 28 24


3 26 24


......doa...** *.*.*.*....***


l pvwy saptist Fhli Fussll
Church


Gordon Rowell

......do......


W. W. osceon


X. A. Miller

W. Wollts

J. D. LewvI

J. A. Wiley

T. 0. Smith


V- A. do-.-.--

V, A. Wilson


oewrad I. Godwin

......do.-*...

X, P. Selph

Van Duyn, Isc.

lRoy Wilt






Howard I, Godwin


..... 1949


............ 1949


......do .... Fussl 1952

8, G. Combe. .............. --


I IN 24
154 14

22


50 2

168 3


60 lk

21MH lk


.... I


30 1,
4,

78 3


io4.il3I.5
*' -i

et

,a


Top 1'MAh wIr


Top plicher
pump vrlve
eses



Top l*alnah
ona*ts se*.
tnl

lop Ik-lnch
elng





Lop of It-inch
ell

Top t-ilnch
seeing
elnl

Top 4-inch
casing








Top pitcher.
plup valvo
lsft







top of pitcher
pump valve
aer


5.36.14
1; 1.04
6* ?*'M

13*33>4


Dry 3.* A*.I "" r* *** *
Dry 3* .*. **-r .**
r


Dry


9,80
10.62



4,02
2.00

3,60
1.79

17.82
23.3








8.06
9.01








8.55
8.53


3. 4-55 I


3- 4.5s5
4. 6-.5



5-26.54 I
1-67-54

1.26.54 5
6- 7-.4

6- 1-54 J
6-18-4



J




10- 5-54 P
10.27-54

.. c

... j


3-59-55
5.19. 55


..... I X ....


....Ilr 174


lr..... Ii *.--.I -


""W
V .1 ***


71.51 ..-..


1.17 138.73


lush 136. 96


.38 133,89


.11 I I U


804.154-1 O I


-10 S W1

-11 M W


Abel *CRlIer


...... Abn October
19541 plugged
In 19561 nW
10,03, 5-17-55


WL 11.93,
6-26-56


1,6 *****
1, *.**


1.4 34.36


.-.,...,

.-.....


.......

,......


..0=4 .....

4.0 149.26







Table 1. Continued
MIII | 1i 11i 1) Is)l_ t | I.1 1| no1__ ila i | 111 11 1 (141 I 6) 1 1161 1 11ta) I fil "'iip fiil li) I |as I e | ) r3st)


804-154-14 ISEISE 4


Howard E. Godwin 1949' 120 4


-15 INEINE


S. G. Combee



John D. Lewis


U.S. Geological
Survey

------do------



Coronet
Phosphate Co.




W. P. Carey


L. W. Higgs

Frank Lyons

Albert Kilmon


See remarks


...... do ..... ----. -- 1952

P. E. Snyder Frank May 1944


A. H, Marquardt 1950


------do------d
...... do ..----
owa------rd God

toward E. Godwin


-2


804-157-1

804-158-1

-2


-3




-4

804-159-1


-2



-3

-4

804-200-1


-2


56 2, .... ..... ...... I.-.
3 I I I


31M 1


....-- -- 1121 ---- 3


160 3

212 3


177 3


Stewart and
Mills

Howard E.Godwin


0.65136.73


4.10 148.30


2.40148.15



L.1 -----


3.0 154.98


11M 3



77 43
77M 4


-17 SW



804-155-1 SW


804-156-1 INW


op 1t-inch
coupling

Top 3-inch
ns nsg

Top 4-inch
casing


Top l~-inch
rubber hose

Top pitcher
pump valve seat

Top 2-inch
casing





Access hole in
sanitary seal








Gage hole on
pump discharge

Access hole in
pump base






'op 3-inch
casing

Top 4-inch
casing


E .... D,
X


D


0 78.5


12.96
13.41

8.01
6.35

12.48
9.40


6.21
5.73

4.94
6.20

6.23
4.27





70.66
71.77
-.--..


5-18-55
6-28-56

8-19-55
8-31-55

12- 8-55
12-15-55


6-. 1-54
6-18-54

3- 1-55
5-19-55

3- 3-55
3- 4-55





9-18-57
11- 4-59


W-3764
G


S-.....W4267

---- W-4267


.... ..... ..... ....... J ---- D ----

.60 226.5 124.89 7- 5-56 TL .--- Ir ----
117.04 11-19-59

1.3 183.6 79.80 11- 5-59 T 3,200 n --



----..... ----- ..--..... T --- In ---

.... ---- ----- -----.. T E --- In --

1.50 156,5 55.0 2-16-56 J ----- D 75,7


.4 153.6 42.81 11-20-59 T Ir, --
X


Supplies three
homes and
dairy







Cuttings
collected by
author




Abn; WL dry
hole, 6-30-56

WL 5.18,
3-19-55








United Brother-
hood of
Carpenters and
Joiners of
America
Do


...... Air line 127
feet






W-3838


Eidsen




A. Williford

Roy Wilt


M. R. Vaughn


166.09






184.52


.............. 11914


D





----- Ir
---------------------------------------------------------Zr


27M I ----


201 2


65
65


E. E. Sherouse 11958


NE 2 28

SW 2 28


360 4

788 12


690 16


B. T. Smith
Concentrates,
Inc.

---*.do------
--... do..-----


II. E. De Groat


P. A. Smith


----- Ir


......















t sn.. ..1.... i 2i" .L l j1-rj Trir---ITbr- Mirl e7 1r iM oia-


004-301 r

104.10391

10i.1512
91


.3


105-135-1


-3





.3


*4


.5

.6


805-137-1


*2

805-143*1


*2






4



805-144-1


V. I suguit

J, 5 I, lerent

V, l, Ilroeok


.do.r*

V. 0. Ros end
Co,

srevn Ires,

L, N HTer


toy VWit

A, H, Norquardt

0o., HorM n


A. H, KNrquar4S

oerrll anod
lona

Diek Dunham

0, A. and OGo,
Osnoby


.r", rl..

.Pe. ..I..

fel .,...


P".. 1.....

109 13417


90o

69t


512



300

1,050











253

152







123


601




120


283


8,0 12- 8-i T





88,05 12- 5-59 9


97,B 12. 5.S T


97.93 12- 0-59 T

----....... T

..... ....... j


..... ....... T


53.59 9-27-57 I
52.89 11- 3-59

..... .......N


8 38



I .f.






I 1,000


Ind 8.I0eh
dioharge pipe









Ind 8-noch
dlichrg.. pIpe





. .. ......d..
.......do-...









Acecs hols in
pump bars


Wit-
,,..,,*



























1053
,..0..,







W-4313


W-457


W-393


Abnl capped
and burrledl
driller re.
ports only send
encountered so
1,050 I et














Concrete floor
184.10 mel




Drainisa well
filled and
doetroyad prior
to 9-27.57




Contaminated,
condemned, abn
prior 10/1/57

Po-16


TfIbI 1. Con.(nued


159





195.0


201.



1900







179.86


156.37




179.40


170.81



151.0


NE 33


N1 33


1W 33

W 34


W 33


SBe 32


SE 32


NE 32




NS 32


NW 31



MW 32


A. 5. H rmon .............


A. L. Callahan 0. 0. Camono
and sone

L. Cameron .--.. -do-. --

L. H, NTeer Dick Dunham


0. D. Bryan Whaeley and
Hall

City of Barney's Pumps
Reines City Inc.

Frank P. A. H. Karquardt
Coodman

Kudar Cctrus H. D. Kyy
Pulp Co.



City of A. H. Karquardt
Laik Alfred

...... do..... C. A, Dianby



......do.... J. B. Whatley


Access hole in 1.0
pump baus


.-.- ....... t .....


43 3. -45 T I M.- N



21.93 9-27-57 T 1 500 N
21.29 11- 3-30


26


ad


50. 12


555 12


f 141T


I I | I r


"|Ill






Table 1. Continued
ill 11 1 4) ) t41 ) 111 171 |et I el Io I 'll 1 0 jI1 1141 (i 11 .1 .J i t 1 ta.i 1[ s t[ S)tw


Adams Grove IncC. A. Dansby


-----IZr


805-145-1


405-146-1

-2


-3

-4


805-147-1



-2

-3


805-148-1

0 -2


805-149-1


-2



-3


-4


105-150-1


805-151-1


805-153-1


-2



-3


19481 -458 I 8


Y. Popovich

......do--....


J. S. Bolonder

Adams Groves,
Inc.

City of.
Auburndale


J. S. Bolsndw.

Adams Packing
Co.

Lee J. Pearson

Harden Manufac-
turing Co.

Chas. Stewart


II. C. Fulton



Adams Groves,
Inc.

J. Everett
Allen

U.S. Geological
Survey

Polk County
Oil Co.

U..8 Geological
Survey

......do......



Cornet
Phosphate Co.


Gao. Mran

*.---do------


C. A. Daneby

...... da--.-


...-..do--**-





.*---d------
...... do .-----


Turner

C. A. Dansby


Geo. Moran


Darnny's Pumps
Inc.


C. D. Cannon
and Sons

Geo, Moran


Stewart and
Mills




Stewart and
Hills

Howard E.Godwin



Roy Wilt


100

90




83


206





160




90





97



136


70


5





16


45


Access hole in
pump bale



Top of 4-inch
ell



Access hole in
pump base

Top 3/4-inch
nipple in
access hole














End k-inch
water line in
pump base

Access hole in
pump base




Top lt-inch
casing




Top 1l-inch
casing

lop 3-inch
casing


154.2









158.9


158.5





155
.....


.....


*---I


24.40 7- 8-358
22.73 11- 3-59

..... ...... T L


0







V-2647


100 IIn I -*-


19.44




39.16
34.89

21.73
33.93

.....

..... 1


-A40


10- 4-55


-.--..

6-27-56
11-30-59

10-14-54
6-25-56

**......

..-.....


1-3841 Cuttings
E collected by
author


'---


900








2,500.










2,300


Abn







WL 29.18,
11-23-59




























Oil test well;
abn; deao


32.73
32.34


30.05
36.64




2.52
2.11




13.94
15.40

14.76
14.28


W-4188


9-26-57
11- 4-59


7- 8-58
11- 4-59




8-12-55
8-16-55




8-17-55
9- 1-55

2-13-56
2-29-56


1.00, 159.15


163.7





124.3


125.82


133.3


131.46


2

...0.










Trble I. Cl .ntrld

03~--114 IV Ca r6 I 14 Comrnei Hn4sr Wlll Co. 1056 1,H19 30 101 3 Top hat .lnh .71 1)3. (14.09 7.1.S I5 1 ,047 .*.. W*.409 41r lne ?10
PhooaLpha Coa 40 oslu 4.6(1 .)30.15 Ilot
105,154-1 NI NW 33 3 3 14 *****.r-. r* ***.........* 7WN Ik *,.. I Top 4t1101h .15 t34.41 4,97 i6q 54 I 1 *...,, 11 ?., -.... ALb
of 4,9 4 6-1854
ME N 33 17 14 staea NMO4rnur .......... 9* 46 7 3 8 60 1 Top reduwonl .60 437.39 5.10 113*154. *,. ..p,.,,
o04pit$| 7,?94 $1.ll
43 AM 08 33 37 4 *****.o ..9 ,.......... 946 33l N 3 .*** 3, Top pl4hoy 4,90 137.51 6,03 334.4 4 4 "..*. 0 *.. *. **. WL 9.73,
31 puop volve 1.01 S.L9.9S 6.-3.54

.4 IW W 34 37 34 RI, W. 0rtLms Ud.Ias lntg 1950 30 4 ** ....... .... .... ... f .... p .......

.5 S W 34 27 4 ****3 ..- ..-..... ..... 1N 14 14M 1 Top Ik.lnh 5 1 .50 4,43 5.23.54 ...* .. ....... WL 6.30,
a&lla| 4,9i 4.30I.5 6.28.56
6 II IS 34 I2 24 3aeoo Cocslna Onvr's ion 1944 35M1 lk 3N 1 Top pieehar L.70 13,14 4.44 3-13.355 p ... ....... vt 7.50,
pump valvo 5.54 $-L9.S5 6.4-.54

.7 W IN 34 27 24 D. N, Aines 0, N. eltnel 19s5 24 2 12 ...........-..... ..... ...... L Ir .... .......
.I a NW 34 27 34 Con fdenLstLl Joy Hfg. and 1959 1,469( 4 50 3 Top 4-Lneh .5 130. 15.75 l .l-7.-59 .... X ....* ,0
SDilling Co. soupi n
8o05.155.1 I 11 32 27 24 U.S. OGolotsicl Stevwnr and 1955 8N 3 11 1 Top 3-tneh 4,55 1341,8 3.01 8-15-55 N ... *** 0 .... .......
Survey MII u astn$ 3.11 5-16.35
.2 11 SI 32 27 24 ....do ...... ward Godwin 1955 311M 6 82 3 Top 4-Inah 3 5 134 34 3,3.36 -27- N 17H 0 74 W-3766 Cutting*
@elng 20.10 3-. 156 c1, eolteeIid
by author
-3 11 SI 32 37 24 ... d............ do ...... 1955 72M 4 62 2 ......do...... 2.20 135.02 16,0 12-275 5 *..... 0 74.5 w-3765 Do

317.0' 1-13-34 a,0
805-156-1 NT S 31 27 24 ..-. do ..... Stewart and 1953 3 N11 I 11 1 Top it-inch .85 136.1 8.20 3.-10o.55 N *0 .... .......
Mllit 0ucLot 6.08 8.15-35
-2 Nr NL 31 27 24 .. OGoloLeIat Roward A.Godwin 1955 825 3 40 2 Top 3-tnch 2.85 136.05 16.13 12.27.5 5 ...- 0 73 V-37W6 CutttCin
Survey oatlin 16.17 1- 3-5 0 eollteced

by author
805l17-1 SW IW 30 27 240. C. Rhoada, OcllA Artue 1954 108 2 42 3 Top 2-inch .40 -...* 34.91 6. 2-54 ..... D.... .....
Jr, easltn 33.56 1-.1-54
-2 Si SW 30 27 24 Currn Smith .............. 193 30 1 ..-* ............. ... ...... j ..... .. .......
S>Ir
.3 PN SW 30 27 24 CoG. T. Case W illula 1950 178 4 45 2?, Top 1.-nch 1.0 149.22 32.18 6- 2.54 J r ...........
3 anle-tron on 30.53 6-18.54
top of eang
.4 N SW 30 27 24 ..... do ...... ........ 1941 30 1 --.- 1 Top lk-Lnch .67 148.99 9.03 6- 2-54 .C .* -...
asa ngi 6.55 .18-54








Table 1.-Continued
. .. .


-16 Iw 18 I 25


-17 1 IW 31


865-138-1 S IS 33


-2


605-159-1



-2


............. 193.


I-- ......... I


805-157-5


*6

-7

*8


-9

-10


-11


-12



*-13


-14


-15


30 tk

154 4

266 6

as 2


Goo. T. Came








..... do- ......
F. BebilIa






-a Fasano





* C. Ro. Rll



SY. LT.idon


Fred Chisel-
treak

lea remarks





..-- do ....



SA. BaI t L ll


Lea remarks




......do ......


Polk County
Board of Public
Instruction

......do..--


Cecil Argue

Cardanhire Broe


Denard

Reward Godwln









Cecil Argue


aOo, Koran


H. 1. Voughn





...... do ....-



HMaan Bloan


M. B. Vaughn








Barney's famps
Inc. (Sloan)


Bouehern Pipe
and Supply


400 6 I .


261 203


Top Ik-lnch
















ap pitcher
pamp volv
seat

top 2-inoh
no, tht-


















idear house
floor





toesi hier in
side of pump
boro


159,.73



157.09


lush 164,5





1.7 220,09


hir line sgae 11.0


Dry

**...

--..,


7.00
6.98


9.97
11.13









52.74
49.40





113.16
108.49


205.66 98.50
100,0

---m *-- m


6-'2-54

"* *
, o....-
--*


Wgt-
4668


.... ..... ..... ....... l : .... .... .......
.... .... ..... .......jI| ... ..l....


......................[ljIg[l ._..(;...!o.....i..


5-19-S5
6-30-56


3- 3-55
5-19-55
S*--wB
JmmO-JJ


6O30-.5
12-23-53





7- 5-36
11.- 519


--.......- J


6-30-35 1
7- 5-36

......- J


WV44i


B 16 D --l W-t
1054

S....- r .-. W4599





E D *------


9 125 PS -- -3311



S..... p .... .......


Abn.


Do


United Brother-
hood of
Carpenters and
Joinerl of
America

Abn, eondamed
between 7/54
and 6/53




United Brother-
hood of
Carpenteor and
Joiners of
Amerioe

Supplies 14
houses

Air Iine
1286 fee


Ahn


4301 8i


1956 145 4 134 3


1939 708 12 -- 3


.-.-...... ~--~,


f l .I. 1-1 "1 I I





fit


no un sus use s


I I


n ees imi ass e


in)
















Hoslrd 3, Ooiwr~nj Jldr


Teble 1 ContiAnud


480*.1593 IN NW


.4 1W ISW




-6 'N NW

806-133-1 NW NW

-2 Sl SW

-3 8'tW




806-133-1 'i iow



806-137-1 NE N1


-2 SW WN


-3 NI SW


Whatlny and AU 119381


Stockton Mlasry

lmer FIrst

Nina Ilokes


V, 0, raslore

fam Carver





Kenneth
Lelbrlng



Atlantic Coast
Line aR

City of
Lainae City

Citrus Inc.



......do.+..*..
.***do-**---
.....do-......


City of
Halnes City

......do.--.--

......do ......


......do------


7 21 W. V, W4en


27 23 F,. unth


3 Top 4-inch
c, tn5,

3 Top pump
column inilde
of discharle


3 ........ .... .

3 Tap 3-inch
dross



3 Ind lk-inch
nipple


144 4


975 10



170

140 4

188 3


368 2

245 2




200 2


1-inch access
hole in pump
.....-do.....-




Access hole in
pump base


............**.


1.0 117,9


Geo, Damby




toward E. Godwin

Cecil Whatlly


Whatley an4 Hral

John Carr


13.75 42*3656 17 ****r
i56,04 .* 1156

113,74 11 5*59 T I ***






USA 8.285'6 C I ****1


C I
..... ....... C ( ....


5.81 9-29.58 C 1 *.**
A
6.70 12. B-59
A

.35 9-29-58 N *..
A
2.52 12- 9-59
A
..... ....... C S .....


76.55 11-14-57 T1 1,500
60.81 12. 9-59

37.42 11-14-57 T 3 1,000
26.22 11- 3-59



21.29 12- 9-59 T 8 2,500

..... ....... N 140


... ....... T 2,100







..... ....... N 1,763


70,0




70.5




77.1




143


178.16


145.3




143


133.22










177.60


Ir I g**


140 13 top 2-inch
S IcoupI in


A, H. Marquardt


...-..do.---..



.....*do ......




.*****do.***a*


Perry Bros.

......do.--.--


lieven
southern Co,.


*.... *- 1 VL 49, 30
0'5-5


Ders 1947;
Fo-8

WL pumping
12-9-59

rmps sand at
higher yieldel
W9 24.23,
12-9-59




Abn, capped and
buried, 1956

concrete floor.
162.55 l-1

Abn, dest, 1950
Fo-6

PO-7; emergency
use only

Abn and capped,
1954


1051












1056


1-3207


W-3799




9-3802


Wgi.
109

W-269$


1gL-427
and 601

Wgl-
602

1-402


S1.... I .......












-....--------...... 132,65 --- ----. .--. In


Table L. Continued


806-138-1 SW

-2 NW


806-139-1 SW NW



806-140-1 -- E

806-141-1 I NW










806-146-1 W N3


806-147-1 BE SW

806-168-1 IS SW


806-149-1 NW W

-2 NW NW

-3 NW SW


-4 H1 W

-5 NE W


-6 8E SW.


806-152-1 8S 8E


-2 8E 3S

806-154-1 SS SB


luni Cierus
Prod. Co.

lity of
Sines City

les Anderson



miller

kns Packing
:o,


Jniversity of
Florida

......do.--..

Ginute Ltid
Iorp.

van fleet
Properties Inc.

1, S. Boleader

7, Everett
kllen

R. C. Bailey

----...... do--- ......

3, Everett
Allen

P, R. Cleveland

U.S. Geological
Survey

..--.... do------


Coronet
Phosphate Co.


May Bros.


Barney's Pumps
Inc.

C. D. Cannon
and Soan


Libby-FraemanO

C. S. cannon
and Son


Gardenhire Bros.


R. 8. Hudson

May Sros.


Dick Dunhab


C. A. Dnslby

Coo. )oran


Kenneth Turley



Gee. Moran


Mc Iver

Stewart and
Kill$

Howard' Godvin


Layne-Atlantic
Co.

Howard E. Godwin
o..... O.. .


Ik-Inch tee on
engine coolant
line



Ib-inch tee on
discharge
casting






k-inch gsge
hale on pump
intake
Top 8-inch
casing














Top It-inch


Top 3-inch
caning


Ac........ ho...le i
ppa bere
Top 2-inch




easing
casing


450

---*


25 D 0-

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


132

151.0.



133.3

148.9



139


L34.12

136.2


140,0















162.90


162,90







136.78


83 2

122 3


26 27

26 27


29.80
28.95




21.23
21,33






6.85


12.00















12.80
12.98

19.98
19.53

86.05




15.28
13.90


L1-12-57
12- 9-59




9-16-58
9-19-58






11-15-59


11- 3-59















8-19-55
8-31-55

12-19-55
1-27-56

6-28-56




5-26-54
6- 7-54


500


1,500


4,000


L,845 -... --


.- 105 5

--- 1304 2


Ill IIl I' I ,, --,-- a 2 --, ... ... .. ... ... -.i 4 -- -- -4 --- --- -- .+


I


27 24 --do......

2724 -...... do--


-
: n Is*I test


i


W-454


W-3876
E





W-1753

W8i-
1057


W-1731


W-407




Wat-
1056

















W-3768






G


no 071 not pe a


Drainsag wall;
dot hbaout 1940

Concrete floor.
L31.78 m1el







WL 20.74,
11-30-59


Confrel floor
139,33 mal

























Cuctinga collecc-
ed by author

WL pumpni;
air line 70 feet



Abn


' "' un as ne)













TIb< L. C, niinued
....... l...'.- ....".'li
06151-1 S I- 556




.2 N115;I


.3 WJ11

-4 Ni W


-5 I 8w


-6 WMm


*7


Pik 806-1516-1

-2



806-157-1




806-1584-

*2


-3,4




-*

*6


O iS 26


".".. L;.-.,T .. .. .....'[ '.." iiL(. "] T.,7, i .


14 Coranol
Phoaph4te Co,

24 John Haillion


24 Chle. J, Wlle,
Ir.

24 Lkeilind Amei
Club

24 American
Cylanaid Co.

24 Coroner
Phosphate Co,

24 J, K. Swindell



24 1.S, Geological
Survey
24 ......do ......

24 ......do ......



23 See remarks




23 OIlbon l
Community

23 Residents of
libeon f

23 gs remarks




23 r. Bollinger

23 Brown's Traller
lark


Van Duyne, Ind.


0, T, iHrrell

Roy Vilt







ovward Godwin



Stewart and
Hills

......-do.---..


Hourd I. Godwin


C. D, Cannon
and Ions



Tom Ferry


J. P. Whatley







Roy Wilt

Ceoil Argue


1914 555 112


165H

300


80




200

166


111L' 11J I IT I loti jI4 1


.. PPL." L ilt .LL "


.5.? 7 4 1 ;i6-54
5.06 *- ?54


fop lk-inch
seeing
iglln|i

top 2-inch
grose

top 4-Inch
couple In

Top 3-lnnh
coupling

fop Ik-ncsh


Top 2-Inch


Top 3-inch
ceasing


Top lk-inch
easing



Top 3-Inch
Casing


Top 12-inch
casing


JM~. ....j0


6. i-54111 .-.-


141.11

143.51


143,59


140,1



142.9


136.00


136,00


Top 6-Inch .50 174.0 64.85 7- 5-56
easing
.......... .... ..... ..... .......I


19.06


13.76
11.43

16.34
17.27

6.59
4,37

6,68
4.25
4,21

SIM
10,55


13.53
7.69


4.50

20.80
19.39

44.62
43.68


I ****

g|.**


3 20 PS
I ***|g


V.. -3423
*T* ******
I


****I *******

****I ----***


****i ******


**** *******


6- 3-54
6.18-54

7130.54
9. 9-54

5.28-54
6. 7.54

5-28-54
6- 7-54

12.17.54
1. 5.55


8.18.3s
9- 1.55

8-19-55
9. 1-55

1. 256-1
1-28-56


7-21-54
9-281-54
1211-)

9,I-tI


V-4748


84 1 .............. ....

120 3 .............. ....


--~ 311CI'----fl-.~ r I-C--------l--- ~-~-CC -1--- --


i-


Aba










Abn


Do


Cutting
collected by
author






Cuttingl
collected by
author

United raother-
hood of
Carpenters and
Joiners of


Abn, 1956




OHited Irothet-
hood of
Carpenters and
Jaoters of
Amriteoa' 2 wvll
vlth L pup


......IPS I ...


'''


ilM


V-3771
I,0

*****


1141


" III$








Table I. Continued
?i l i I r I I .. I I .. I I -


806-158-7


806-159-1


807-135-1


807-137-1

-2


807-142-1


-2

807-151I1


807-154-1

-2


-3



-4



807-155-1

-2

-3


007-156-1

*2


--......do water Well Co. 1936 1,198 126


., R. WilliamI .............


Jack helts a. J, Argue

, 0. Character .............


110 3


Glen Hales Sub-
division

John I.
Hilerman


Ialen X,
Phillips

Jack Berry

Percy Crosar te


Minute Kaid
Corp.

......do ...--

American Agri-
cultural
Chemical

U.S. OGological
Survey
......do- ......



American
Cyanamid Co.


1960 565


194.7 81.49
78.73

131.0 27.37


Saoy Wilt


Top access 0.75
hole in pump
base


..-d*-. .6 .


Top of dis- 1.
charge flange

Top ot gags L.6
hal on 10-
inch @ll


Top 4-inch 2A40
easing


Top l-inch 3.0
casing

Top 3-inch 2,80
asing


Air line gage 1.0


7- 2-58
I.- 5-59


12- 9-59



11-12-57
12- 9-59

10-27-39


500 PS --- W-5367

---r ....------


2 0.43 ---7- 2-
20.40 5-17-56 --- -I
20.43 7- 2-56


8-18-55
9- 1-35

1- 3-56
1-28-56


1-30-56
7- 6-56


I---------

I---------


.---. r 1I -.-I -...


-0- ---- .---


24 0 74.3 3763
O


74.21W-3836
a


292 3 Iop io kc-inch 1.8 134.96 15.821 6-* LS- 6 T I6,500M In .--- -3863
Ia line 14.58 7 6-61 I I I I


oep 3-inch
casing
I"$


Top 4-inoa
casing

lop cases hale
In base

......---do- ..


1.0 142.1



Flush .-**


10.7?


16.35
16.83


20.00


62,66

51.94


1- 4-55 0
2- 2-55
....... C

1024-8 J


7- 5-56 T

2-20-56 T


.... ID I----... --..


I..... D

I .


Cutteeings
collected
by auchor

Air Limne
52' feaet cuttings
collected by
Author

Air line lenth
unknown WL
29,31, pumping
115s -59


Central Florids
Well Drillers

J PWhacley

Whatley and
Hall

May aro.


--......-do--- ......

Barmay's Pumps
Inc.


W 21 27 27
iX 20 27 27


57.98
55.88

4.,57


137.6




136.45


136.20


134.4


Sceavrc and 1955
Mills

Howard Godvin 1956


......do- .. 1956


-- 3


-- 3

42 3


25071101


540

523


490


525 12

115 4


Sm 1i


55M 3


411M 5


P. I. Snyder

0. 0. Oillham


C. A. Dansby

Frank May


1945 68 110


r I I I I .. ___


tse ess re am s


I f


too


s esr en u nar


s eer ess


iia













,1 2t^:.! ::.- L ,..I-..~.-


Tible Contlau4d


007-156-3 S NoI


107-11571 5 II1


107.15*-I U 166


*2 W IW
ai07-1M l IV ll

0 1 (W;NW


107-159-1 N NW


807.201-1 NW MW


Minute Maid
Corp.

Boy McClellan

We, T. Fuseelll


Ilpoolto

Delbert Allan


C. I, Maddox


Folk County
Board of Public
Inslrueston

U, H, Scroud

Leadley Wear

Holly 1Hil Ins,



Minute Maid
Corp,

General Jame A
Van Ilaot

B, .art


...--.do......


E. L. Lundy


D, H. Combee


7,8. Geological
survey


lierican
:yanaldd Co.
......do- ...


enter Well Co. 1957


-2

807-202-1

808-137-1



808-145-1


808-148-1


-2


.3


.4


808-152-1


808-153-1


-2


808-155-1


103 20


325 4

180 I


330 4

200 4


166 3


198 6


C. 0, Cannon
and lon*

0oo, Moren

loy Wilt


Turlay-.odwln

Kenneth Turley


H. 8, Godwin


J, P. Whtloey



Howard Godwin



lay Iroa.



A, H. Marquardt


C. A, Dlnsby


Geo. Moran


., A. Danaby


Toward 3, Godwin


lWlter Neeks


luvard I. Godwin


26 130 3


6 142 3


...... .-.r_ r......


Agic hoiL0L in 1.30 183.0 1 9.4311- 1-19 T
p40p b1ees1 1


14

66

ill
123

130


83


88



60

110

100



120


140


94


120


105

*-.


1.I 153,5


Top I-inch
sel ing



op sInitary
seaiil




Air line gale






op reducing
bushing on
pump discharge

Top gage hole
on pump

Acaes hole in
pump base




age hole on
liicharge
..............


Top 1k-inch
casing

Top 3-inch
easing


top 2-inch
nipple

Cop 6-inch
easing


191.1



133.6


173.0




173.8


139.8




137.36



135.70


137.7


.,. ( I. -. -.V Alp (line I
9e Se,*


.+.++
+l..w









00




.....
*****


34,55 3- 39.i



60.66 11-. 515




52.1 7. 5156
50.1 7-11-56

..... .......



65.62 10-28-59



3.32 10-27-S9


48.80 6-21-56
47.35 7- 2-56




44.39 10- 4-55
47,05 7- 2-56




21.25 6-30-56

15.77 2-14-56
13.72 2-28-356


13.42 1-24-57


13.39 6-22-55
12.30 9- 1-53


Hi '*"





In "**


D .-.-







X ....

Ir--
r --.-



Ir --


0t.--




It **




D -*

Ir --
0----o










Zn --


W-4884






Wg1-


V.2774 Air line to
10 feet
















1060

-- 42.30,
10-27-59



..... Abn,1956


W-3837 Cuttings
E,G collected by
author

W-4156


3.0 Abn 1956


L 750






I ,
I ....


8





S 24



5 5,500


S 250'


ilo, Moran


N1rW 5 7


-**.-i 3


fill F if-e Ill! lat l IIII Intl


o







Table 1. C.oninued


808-155-2

-3


808-156-1

-2

-3

-4

-S

-6

-7

808-157-1

808-158-1


808-159-1

808-200-1

-2

-3

-64


808-201-1

809-135-1

-2

-3


23 Henry J. Lewis

27 Ridge Citrus
Concentrate

27 Frank H. Rich

27 H. E. Strohn


I l iiill-J 11 _s ,
NZ NZ 17 27 24 American
Cyanamid Co.

SEt N 8 27 24 --- do--

NE SE 18 27 24 P. L. Snyder

N SE 18 27 24 D. L. Snyder

W SW 17 27 24 HMcKenny

B SE1 7 27 24 J. D. Barne

SE SE 7 27 24 ---do ----

85 88 7 27 24 R. Brown

SE 7 27 24 J.. D. anr

W SW 7 27 24 .--- --............

I V 12 27 23 H. M, Wingate

SWEll 15 27 23 8. L. Collins

SSW 16 27 23 H W. .art

SW ME 16 27 23 J. aoyd McLean

88 81 9 27 23 L. M. Johnson

NI SW 10 27 23 F. 3. Bunch


-"o I lid s sI l E 1141 t


19551 14' It1


J. P. Whatley 19361 160?1 8


Itl
Geo. Moran

Cecil Argue

F. A. May

Dick Dunham

Roy Wilt







Howard Godwin

Carey Miles

Cecil Argue

Van Dune, Inc

C. D. Cannon
end Sons

R. H. Hudson

Goo. Dansby

R. Naihirk

Glo. Dansby


Barney's hamps
Inc.
Central Florida
Well Drillers

Geo. Moran


128

68

65

68







53


84

150




269?

186

138

94


93

272?

75

80?


Access hole in .80 151.8
pump basl


Bud of -inch 5.8
discharge pipe

Asesri hole in Slush
pump base



A oess hole in 1.6
pump base

Top puap 1.0
column, inside
discharge
...... do .... 9




Top 3-inch Flush
casing
...*........ ....


182.0

213.0

220.0

201.2

199


152.34

125


96.0

155


Top 1k-inch
casIng

Top 6-inch
casing

Air Line gage

Access hole in
sanitary seat

Top 4-inch
coupling

Top reducing
bushing

top 2-inch
casing


...-..*......

...........


2.40 136.0

-6.00 ---

1.50 160.70

-1.70 ---

.85 ---

.30 --

.40 -.

.30 ....
.40 .....



!!! 168a


7.78
4.94

14.90

41.0
36.3

37.11
41.29

30.48

7.16

8.43



-%---



39.29
49,37

70.61
67.23

94.75




84.01

91.27
89,99

36.19
31.79



5.75
A


6-22-5i
9- 1-S
6- 2-53


6-24-55
9-20-53

I- 4-SS
6- 2-5s

1- 4-i5

1- 3-55

1- 5-55
I-I.......i



---- J


7- 2-58
10-30-S9

7- 2-58
10-30-59
7- 5-6 1







4-26-56 1
7- 2-56

2-22-57 1
10-30-59




11- 2-59 C


-----T


Abn, 1956

Do

Air line
70 fees


-""'-



-*I



-----I

--. WL pumping
I10-30-59

I




Wgi-
1062
....... Fo.i


Wl- WIO 82.46,
1063 10.26-59

W-4254

W-2869 Concrete floor *
124.16 mel


1,400


800 In


Ir
Ir--- ,


9l ig R io l Is 1i | l ti r | f| i


W-955











Tabil 1. Cultiouud
Ill 'i.0 isI Jit]
809|)i5-4 IW N 1 i

oo09.36-l oW I 3 1


-3 NW W 3 1


*3 HI B8 3 3;


.4 NE OW 3 31



*. Nc sw 3 2


809-142-1 SW SW 3 27


*2 NW NW 10 27


109-145-1 Is NE 12 27


809.147-1 8 NS 3 26

809-14-1 INE WW 10 27


-2 SW M 10 2


809-149-1 SW SE 27


809-150-1 SW N 7 27

-2 NW SE 6 27

809-132-1 NE W 11 7


809-153-1 NE SW 2 26


-3 NE SW 2 27


80914-1- SW II 4 27

-2 NW E 9 27


1 ,27 H. I. loh

7 7 0ICy of
pvenpert

27 -- .... do*--.-.


S37 Ritd I Citrus
Concentrate

27 Holly Hill
Frult Co,


27 Ridge Cltrus
ConcIntrtll

26 R. i, Harmon
and others

26 ,. L, rPrn
worth

25 T. E. Evans


25 J. R. Bartild G

25 general JamI A *
Van Fleet

25 r. F. K. Crumb C


25 'inly-Mason L
3rove$ Inc. C

25 union and Hill *

25 ordon Bros. Co,..

24. J. Oxford,
Jr.

24 ......do-- ....


24 ......do- ..


24 E. Hills. 0

24 8. R. Ward C


J. P. Wha|Isy




Cenorrl Plorldl
Well Drtllers

NHy Broa,


A. H, Marquardl



Layne.Atlantic
:o,

!ardenhtre Bros I


Ihatley and I
(Ill

layi ros, I


Ieo, Daneby

-....do...- I


. D. Cannon 1
nd Sone


o.
myne-Atlantle 1





-..-.....o. .


oy Wilt 1


my Artesian I1
All

Lim Norton 11

eoll J. Argue 11


19 5 314 4

19M6 365 10


1957 800 13





1949 577 13


526


681


160


400


523

522




560




35

35


385


483M


70

80


ji!i 11 14 lii li i;
146 3 -..... T...... ..i.

t0o 3 .....r* -... ...


87 3 Top 12-inch 0,50
casing

""** 3 Access hole in 1,60
pump base

94 3 Top 3.Inch ill 1,67
an breather
pipe
402 3 .............. ....


107 3 End 8-inch 2.5
discharge pipe

105 3 ..................

S 3 lage hole on 2.7
pump dicharge

113 3 ......do...... 1.15

165 3 acces hole In 1.6
pump base

143 3 rop of casing .7


122 3 Accrs hole In 1.2
uap bass


..o.=..........

..............


Top 6-inch
coupling

top 10-inch
couptlin



..............


1.50 136.3

Flush 136.33




**** ***.*


149.9:





130,81











144.6


135.23

164.1


178.8


162.1


40.917 1-11-57 1
37,88 11- 3-59
17.9 11- 3-59
31,15 11-46-57 1
17.98 ll* 2-59

27,47 11-6-57 1
29,11 11. 3259

..... ....... t


26.20 9- 5-8 T
23,96 10-27-59

..... ....... C


13,62 10-27-59 T


5.05 10-27-59 T

40,05 7- 2-56 T
35,41 10-27-59

51.25 6-15-59 T


37.28 1- 5-55 T
39.90 7- 2-56

..... ....... T

..... ....... C




13.44 6-25-55 N
11.07 8-12.55

14.57 6- 1-56 N
15.16 6- 9-S6
..... ....... J


01,,000


* 1,100




* 1,400


V-ll


W.4303





W.3013


L 1,319








S300


- 1,00.




E*---
-IIo=


7..,




Abn


Abn, WL pump.
Lnl, 1132-59





















WL 35.75,
10-27-59


In ...-- ......


Ir *.... ......


D 71,3 .......


Ir ...* .......


Ir -.... -4275

Ir .... .......


Ir .... W-5045


Ir *.. **....





D -----....


Ir 75 ....


Ir 74 W-3865
E,G



S.... ......


--


"i'


4- ... .... fler


ense spli usesI sau 1 no


gi g--








Table 1. Continued __ [ I l 1 --
I ilI M li 141 IJil 1 1 -_ Hil ll 14 II Il III) It11 f 14I 1I 171 i --o 1M I IA 81 484 I
09-154-3 W M 9 27 24 1. R. Ward Cetl J. Argue 1954 72 2 40 3 Top 2-inch 0.2 -- 18.48 6-30-56 -" D -- .....
casing

809-155-1 8 NE 8 27 24 American ................. 62 1 53H I Top lk-nch L2 n 8.81 -55 .... .......
Cyanamid Co, asin 9,13 2-55

809-157-1 N N 12 27 23 1 L. Padgset Roy Perry 1933 1O 5 70 3 Top 5-nch .69 152.9 355 4-2 6 90 .r -- -.......I .9,
atall casing 35,32 7- 5-56 10-30-59

-2 NI NB 12 27 23 Floyd Richards Roy Wilt 1956 465 6 43 3 Pump discharge .8 ... 35.10 4-24.56 L 330 .........
flange

809-201-1 B9 ME 8 27 23 E. P. FPlow P. Palow 1947 75 I 74 3 .................. .. .... ..*-. -- C I D. -. --.
810-136-1 HB HE 33 26 27 P. Z. William .............. 191 186M 10 83 2, op 0-inch 2.0 113.14 238 213-45 ........... Po..lk 44
3 casing 2,26 12- 3-46

-2 E3 NE 33 26 27 U.S. Geological Van Duyne, Inc. 1948 67H 6 60 1 Top 6-inch 2.0 156.50 42.96 10- 8-48 N ... 0 -- i- Polk 47
Survey asking 104

810-137-1 8B SW 32 27 27 H... Stroha J. P. Whatley 1932 560 6 365 1 Top 6-inch 3.0 138 21.0 3-17-34 -- Ir --- -:.--. Dest, Po-4
pipe

-2 8E SW 32 27 27 ...... ----do-- ..--. do-- 1932 380 8 120 3 .------..... ---. 180.8 --- -----....... -- I r -. ..
S-3 NW 5 27 27 Holly-Hill Inc. May ro. 1959 900 12 -- 3 cces hole on 1.8 198.9 78.22 102859 L -- Ir ------Air line re
10- pump discharge ported 130 ELeet
8

810-141-1 IE NW 2 27 26 Prank Wheaton Whaley and 1956 400 10 78 3 op pus Flush 143.0 13.58 10-28-59 T G 1,200 I -- ----
Hall column, inside
discharge

810-144-1 NW NW 5 27 26 U.S. Geological Hhatley Pump 1959 249 6 102 3 Top 6-inch 2.25 137.8 7,41 7- 8-591 0 -- W-4990
Survey and Well Co. aeaing 6.76 8-18-59 E,

810-145-1 IE HE 1 27 25 lack H. Barry f rdenhire Bros 1956 537 10 107 3 god -inch 2.0 158.5 29.17 7 8-58 L I.......
ncnarp8 27.78 10-27-59
connection

810.147-1 SW N 34 26 25 Bartield Groves C. A. Dansby' 1950 25 10 156 3 Top reducing 1.0 150.5 21.67 10-27-59 TE -- ..I -- .--
bushing on
discharge

.2 C* SW 34 26 25 ----- do-- Hay Bros. 1943 360 4 --... 3 -....-......... .... ..... -..... --- -- --- *Coener

810-148-1 8E 9E 3 26 25 general Jmes A.Dick Dunham 1958 515 10 -.. 3 op 10-inch 1.5 168.0 41.79 5-14-59 T --" I .. Wgi
Van PFlea coupling 39.45 10-27-59 1065

810.149-1 88 ME 33 26 25 City of H L. Chase 1925 567 10 200 3 Top %-inch 12 139,5 8.96 10-27-59 C 750 M 76 Wgi- Po-2
Lakeland reducing 43
coupling on
8-inch all










lbis 1[ r(:*.nl9nusd

o.Lic".! Iw lii
l|4 -} |w["


.3






810*153-1


810-135-1


810-155-1


810.201-1



811-135-1


811-136-1


-2

611-138-1


.2



.3



811-147-1


811-149-1


-2


Finley and
Nasan Graves
lac,
......dao.....

I, A, Julian


1, H. Ihapard


T. J. Oxford,
Jr.

.*****doa.....


......do......


Allen I, Hush



Standard Sand
and Sillsl

P. C. Wllliam


Iayne-Artlnti
Co,



Goo, Horan


Irsnninl


May Arcestan
Weit

......doa.....


......do......


Geo, Danaby



Whalley and
Hjll

J. P. Whacley


141 12-




310 4

I.%. A


243 4


536 8


27 2 .6 2 doa--- A. H. Marquard 1956 347 2

29 227 Holly Hill Inc, may ro. 1930 400 12


---*do ..----.


--.--do--- --



roa I. (vans


Fan Rorn and
Critchlow

1. D. Avery


Central Florida
Well Drillers


Karquardt and
Central Florida
Wall drillers

A. 8. Marquardt


John W, Tarr


Alton MeaIks


19361 600


Acessi hole tl 0.5
pump base I


161,4 31.60
34, 4


160 i




103 3


68H 3


44 3


246 3


65 3


40? 3



126 3


160 3


148,3


151.,




129.30


129,34


153.0


100? 3

100? 3



285 1


1,000


1,100


106i

G,0


WVi.
1067

W-3867
3,0

V-3866
3,O


.,...... .....

Aesess hale In
sanLtory o01

Top .4-nch
caslnl

Top 10o-nch
coupling

......do*.....


......do ......


Ind 4-.nch
nipple on
discharge




Top 8.inch
casing



Acces hole in
pump baee


Toap 2-ineh
easing


Access hole in
pump base


0age hole on
pup base
discharge


............


19.64




13,96


9.5
13.62

5.70
5.92

45,52
37.99




.14
A
.34



46.31
44.32


46.60



53344
51.07


37.07


1. 3.5i
3* 3.55

2- 1.60


6-28-59


9.17.55
6.28.56
1-13-56
2- 1-56
7- 2-56
10-26159





2-13-45

11-22-57



7- 5-57
10-2-359


12- 3-57



12- 3-57
10-28-59


10-27-59


D I.. -------
Ir .--... .......


1. 110,5


166.6


169.5


175.25



164.9


137.93

.....


WI 1.27A,
112-259







Test well
drilled 285 feel
in sand








Deha 1948-49,
oil tes well


x








/


2,000 tr -*
rD ....


-I,--.-


D0'---


W-4919






,'25


e*' .. .... .... JuRa' ... .


I .F411


Iloo


I1- 3-55
6*30-SS







Table 1. Cuntinuid
II-- I III) I41 1511 I I s fa 1. IIl !l II 1 14l fill Us- 1Jtooi It lollI toIo I fa Il-
81235-1 S 14 26 27 Armour Agricul- Barney's Pups 195 160 6 102 3 Edge p 0of 1m 5.95 6.78 9-18-58 T E 120 n -- *4642
tural Chemical Inc, base t eon- 4".67 1- 2-59
Co. crate floor

812-138-1 IE tE 30 26 27 Holly-ll Inc. Central lorida 19471 25 2 28 L --.......... .... 174.5 -... -....-.. X .- .-- Test w el,
Well Drillers deas

812-146-1 N '31 23 26 25 Ardell Low .............. --. 11 2 82 3 Pitcher pump 1.95 134.1 4.44 6-1-591 .. .......
valve seat

813-133-1 W 8V1 12 26 27 C.A A. rdm A. I. (Marquardt 1948 202 2 136 3 ..............-.... 105.68 -- -... -- C 60 D -.- WV1720
for Libby-
Freeuman

8113-1381 I Ol 18 26 27 Haller Bros, A. H. Marquardt 1936 323 8 161 3 .................. 180.1 .--.. -.. T 750 I ... .......
813-139-1 I WI 18 26 27 L, I. Angel 0. 0. Cannon 1957 812 12. 411 3 Top 12-Inch 1.1 162.7 35.33 12- 3-57 1 ** Ir *- WV|at
and Sorn 10. eastin 32.43 10-28-59 106

2 W IW 1l 26 27 ....-d-...-- .......da 1957 435 13 260 3 Land lurfio e -- 137.2 8.16 12- 3-57 -* 1000 o. -- ...
813-149 1 NW IV 16 26 2 UI. Oeolotieal WhaMley lup 199 217H 6 78 3 Top 6-inch .93 132.1 4.02 2- 3-59 N 0 74.5 W5046
Survey andWell o., easing ,0
g .2 iW W 1 6 2 .. do ...... Loak VeIl and 1959 27 6 20 1 ...... do- ...... 132.1 2.58 2-19-9 N -- 0 -- W.047
Sualp Co.

113-201.1 IV HI 17 26 23 --...do- ... ha ty um 1959 3321 3 40 3 Top 3-Lnoh1 .25 105.1 2.28 1I 4-59 N -- 0 4 V-5352 Cuetings
and Wall O. s aing 2.01 8-12.59 L, collected
by author

814-133-1 N 12 26 27 Rldlraves ...........---- 1934 400 6 100 3 lop 6-Ainh -.10 110.0 17.30 11-26-17 0 1 15 0 ....... -- 3
easing 17.19 1* 3-58

814-138-1 N1 76 1 27 L. W. Dunlon aiddler-Taylor 197 300 12 232 3 .--.--.. --... 183.8 -- ..... --- 1,600. r ...-----..
14-139-1 3 NW 7 26 27 iversity of Central Florida 195 48 12 447 3 .............. 1.... .. -- --. T I .. ...
friend imperi- Well Drillers Xr
ent station

-2 SW IW 6 26 27 elloaeol ruie hatlly and 19501 200 4 180 1 .-....----- .. .. ---.. .. .... T 100 Zr 77,5 --- 20foo l reern
istributors Hall
.*3 11 (2 616 16 vrly GOroers Carl Crosby 19)6 380 3 .-- 3 .- ...--- .- .... .....- ....... J .... D ...-.-
*4 I IW 7 27 Florida State Whalley Pump 1959 202 4 161 3 1---...-...... ...--10* -- --- ..* -- D --- V-5348
lead Dept. ad Well Co.

514-14.1 NW W 10 26 35 Oraig LLnton 0 W, Hull 1951 413M 6 1lM 3 'op 6.lnoh ,.00 13511 3,64 10. 555 y 1,000 0 r 7, ) I,0
asilnl 4.26 11.30*33

NWHI 96 ......--- d do1........ 19 19 6 40 3 .................. ......... .. I 1,000 ...... lp l lon
tr lasted 40 teeo
ba ow land sur.
fi







Tobl C 1. Continued


814-149-l S 11S


-2 SW SW



*3 SW 1W

*4 IS I


815-135-1 IN

815-138-1 WSV


815-139-1



815-142-1


815-149-1

.2

815-157-1




-2


815-203-1



-2

-3

815-205-1


-2

816-146-1


NW 2

NE 6


13 NW 4

MW W 4


-2 ISE


26 25 Paul Deal


36 521 ,. Dewly



26 25 Craig Linton

26 23 Paul Deal


26 27 1, Anderso

26 27 Chas, Wllon




16 27 Sidney Smith



16 26 L Beauchamp


25 raig Linton

25 -..... do-- ......

23 .S. Geological
Survey


J. A. Meekl


0, W, Hull

Paul Deal


n A. H, Karquardt 1950

-...... do ...* 1958


C, P. Cannon
and Son


A. H, Marquardt


0, W. Hull



Howard E, Codwir


--....do- ..--...... -do .. 1956


C. M. Overstreet



...... do ....--

---..... do ......

Clarence Geiger


Central State
Well Drilling
Co.



C. M. Overstreet

LMrion Ward


26 22 Maron Rime ..do-- ......

255 C. Shinn, Jr Kenneth Turley 1958
and Roward i.
Godwin

25 25 --- do--- Kenneth Turley 1958,


262 6 120

IsM K ***


170 3

242 16


1957 1,237


168K 3


196 3


84 2

401H 10



260 4


'3M 3 Top 2-inch


80 3 Trp llinch
clini


21? 3

156 3


521| 3


Top tkHtnch
coupling



End of 10-inch
dilcharg pipe
i welded tee
joint





op 3-inch
coupling





Top 3-Inch
e:aing



Top 3-inch
casing

---..do------


Fop 10-inch
casing


1.00 13,0


1.30 *"*


133,0


3,89 10- 5-5
5.69 7- 3-56

A39 10. 5-55
A


r a i 1J T IL --'- "T


2,9 ..2 1026-9W I x .. .......
2.92 10-26-59 X*. *.*.*. D *- .......


3 ..1.,. ....35 ,-.. 29 ..,. o ...,49,.

3.1 172.5 55.35 11- 2.591-1. 2,000 lr w**** W.4964


143.4




128

108.10


3.50 109.42


.60 94.2


127.8


69.44 6- 5-59
67,20 11- 2-59


17.88
15.58





3.60




3.63
3.34

2.20
.131


9-16-58
5- 5-59





3- 1-56




3- 7-56
3-15-56

4-30-59
10-26-59


i------ "- -/







3-18-58 C I
10-26-59


*--- -


2,000


-- D 179


1,000

1,000


----1 0


--- D 174.5


1,020H Ir



--- tr


1069


W-2133


.... W-3840


4-3839
,GO


-- ----


1070



74 W-4689
8


Air line 130
feet concrete
floor 188.6 iel

UL 14.71,
10-29-59





Det, 3-2-56,
cuttings
collected by
author

Do






Abn

Do






Cutting colleet-
ed by author


i I ^i' ,! i ...... i .'],






Table I. Continued


816-149-1 NW SE 29 25 25 K. Beteu Cecil Argue 1955 203 4 96 3 Top 4-inch .30 153.6 27.98 10- 5-55 J I D -- ---- WL,26.84,
casing 29.72 7- 2-56 10-26-39

816-202-1 8W SW 29 25 23 C. 1. Overstreet C. M. Overstret 1928 11 2 8 3 Top pitcher 2A5 92.6 2.75 7- 1-58 -- 0 72 ----. Limestone out-
pump valve 1.14 10-26-59 crop 50 feet
seat from v11

817-139-1 SE 81 24 25 26 Wilbur Charles C. A. Daneby 1947 547 6 390 3 Access hole in .15 209.1 83.64 11- 3-59 T L ---- Ir --- l-
pup bae 1071

-2 83 81 24 25 26 -....do-- .....--..do.... 195 475 12 233 3 ---------------- 209 -- ------. T L -- tr -- Wi-
1072

817-149-1 NW Nl 29 2 25 125 Beetsm Red Rogers 1955 202 4 --. 3 ...----. -- --..--. .--- --. --Cl D .--....--.

817-150-1 SW 1W 20 25 25 Finley-Nason Layne-Atlantic 1950 375 10 152 3 Access hole in 1.50 158.9 36.70 10- 7-55 T L 800 I -- Wi-
Groves Inc. Co. pump base 38.01 7- 2-56 1073

817-156-1 8s N 19 25 24 Dr. E. ...........------- ---- --- 3 --....---. .---- ...--.- D -- ...----... Well in llta-
Kinainger tone outcrop

818-140-1 SE 8 14 25 26 Im B. Svan C. A Dansby 1954 820 10- 650 3 Top 2-inch .07 218.1 96.6 11- 3-59 T L 900 t --- Wi-
8 breather pipe 1074

S 818-143-1 SE W 16 25 26 Barber Sand Co. Central State 1959 275 8 137 3 Top 8-inch 1.2 126.8 10.87 12-19-58 N --* In -- WIL-
D Drilling Co. casing 1075

-2 NE1 W 16 25 26 -....do-.--. -..---do-- .- 1958 2591 4 350 3 top 4-inch 1.9 123.1 4.19 12-19-58 11 t -- In --.---
casing

818-147-1 S W L4 25 25 Seneral Jame A. Kenneth Turley 1958 418M 10 120 3 Top 10-inch .5 131.3 10.72 12-19-8 1T -- r --- Wgi-
Van Fleet and R. Dunham asking 9.59 10-30-59 1076

-2 WINW 14 25 25 -----do -- -.... ----.... -- 21M 2 21 1? rop 2-inch .10 122.0 2.30 12-19-58 N -- .--.--
coupling

-3 SE SE 15 25 25 .. do tennoth Turley 1958 110 4 80 3 Top 4-inch .6 125.0 4.12 1 2-28-59 C E -* D .......
reducing bush-
ing

818-151-1 SW SW 18 25 25 C. 0. Raybon eMcks 1954 .-- 2 100 3 ...---- --........ -- -- --..... ---- J I .. D -....-

*2 SW 8W 18 2 5 25 ercules Powder Geo. Moran 1948 148M 3 63 3 Top 3-inch .5 123.5 7.73 10- 7-55 11S -- In 77 Wgi- Abn
Co. coupling 7.19 4- 9-59 1077

818-154-1 HIE S 16 25 24 A. Knoles -------------- 1947 50? l 5 45 3 ...----..--...... --- ---- C ---. D ---D ---.. Well reportedly
ends in lime-
toOne

-2 NE 1S 16 25 24 .. do- J. A. Meeks 1950 74M14 80 3 Top of pitcher 1.95 113.5 5.09 10-26-59 -- ---- ------- Top lestone
pump valve reported at
seat 70 feet


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819-140-1 NE NE II


819-147r1l SINWill


819-Sl151 NE SE 12


820-140-1 SW SE


821-149-1 NE NE 32


35 4 luck Mlddo
Church


$5 34 Smith


5 24 3..........-..


2S 26 5mlsh-Ljanl-


25i25 General James 4
Van Flieet

25 24 Finly-HMason,
Inc.

25126 C, Dunham


264 2$ R P. Wurster


Ccit Argue


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C, D, Cannon
and Son*

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Geo, Hull


Libby-rreeman


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1959


1959





1956


1953


1954
1952


60



105


10?


315


97


63





60


Top 3-1ich 3l i



Tup 2.inch 1,7
coupintrig

Top tk-lnch 2.1


Top 12linch 1,2
coupling

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pump bas
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106.


106,3


213.0


127,6


131,0


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4,03 1i- 7-59


2.68 10v 1-59
1,98 1026-S9

92,8 5,21.59


7,00 5i14.59


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SI Counties adjacent to Polk County

Osceola County

817-135-1 C*SE 22 25 27 Bruce Ingraham C. D. Cannon 1956 544 16 195 3 Access hole n .15166 70.80 3-31-59 T G2,250 r *Center
and Sons pump bae 68.77 11- 2-59


SPaco County

816-206-1 :SE W 28 25 22 U.S. Geological Whatley Pump 1959 2001 3 41M 3 op 3-inch 3.35 83.0 3.38 7-30-59 N *---- 0 76 W-5350 Cuting
S Survey and Well Co. i' c ng collected by
author
820-203-1 SW 1 24 22 CumOr Cypres .............. .... 92M 2 .. 3 T -inch 2.10 95.1 5.11 4-24-57 N -- Abn
_820-20)-1 Co_.m nipple Is
Sumter Co'un'y .
.. .. S.,: Geolo.gical ..


821-158-1


-2

821-202-1

-2


U.S.. Geological
Survey

......-*do-----*

Cumer Cypress
Co.
-..----do-....


Whatlay Pump
and Well Co.

-..---do-----

..**..........

.,.*...,,.....


148M1 4


70M


2


.53M


48K

100


3 Top 3-inch 2.15
casing

3 ..do---... 3.00

3 Top 4-inch 1.1


3 op 2-inch .9
,. asking


96.0


94. 9


4.76, 7-24-59


2.18 10-28-59

5.14 11-13-58

3.46 11-13-58


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N ..... ... ..---.. .---..... Abn

NI .... .... ..--- ,Do.


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completed







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821-202-3 E 24 23 U.S. Geological Locke-Whatley ---- 14 6 19 3 Top 6-inch 2.90 96.3 3.62 3- 2-59 N 0 --- W-5054
Survey nipple .E,

.4 1 24 23 ----do-. Locke -.- H 6 5 3 ----do--- 2.40 96.3 3.74 3- 2-59 ..... 0 ---- -5053


I








Tnle 2. Gtolosic Logs of Wells in Polk County, Florida

The scratigraphic nomenclature used in this table conforms to the usage of the Florida Geo-
logical Survey. It also conforms to the nomenclature of the U.S. Geological Survey except
that the Tampa Formation is used instead of the Tampa Limestone and the Ocala Group, com-
posed of the Crystal River. Inglis. and Williston Formations, is used instead of the Ocala
Limescone and the Inglis Formation.

Florida Geological Survey well numbers are given as "W- Well numbers marked with an
asterisk (*) represent drilling logs and samples collected by the author. See Table 1 for
losacions and total depths of wells.

Well 745-134-1
(W-5351)

Depth, in feet
tacer 1a below land surface

Unditferentiated-

Sand, dark-brown, coarse to fine, subrounded to subangular; silty....... 0 20
Sand, as above; with cemented lumps................................ .. 20 40
Sand. as above, light gray-cream; sparse dark,heavy minerals............. 40 60
Sand, as above; more coarse.............................................. 60 70
Sand, as above; becomes lighter gray-white downward..................... 70 90
Clay. grayish-black, thinly laminated; sandy, micaceous.................. 90 120
Sand, gray, coarse to medium, rounded to well-rounded; scattered dark,
coarse pebble-phosphate.............................................. 120 130
Sand, as above; with abundant black, coarse to medium, sand-sized pebble-
phosphate, and with soft,gray-cream, partly leached sandy, phosphatic
limestone fragments.................................... 130 140

ia.ir.r-,I Foroat.LJn:

Lime--Lne. butt to can, soft, chalky to finely crystalline; sandy,
?hosphacic; abundant loose sand and black phosphate sand. Suggestions of
:rran:nifera, including leached Gypsina globula..................... 140 150
_-:e>:jne, s: above; grayer in color ................................... 150 160
L.nes.nr.e- two lithologies:
A ;ray, very sandy and finely phosphatic.
a *ream. sparsely sandy, finely crystalline; with moderate loose
maedlo sand and phosphate, and large re-crystallized echinoid
rragments................... ....... ............................ 160 170
:.Lmel rne, tan :t gray, in part finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic;
mzoerate amounts of loose sand pebble-phosphate...................... 170 180
L-s eoro:e. a above; greater amount of loose sand and phosphate than above. 180 190
'Lesttone, as above, harder; phosphate decreases and becomes finer;
lnoi.e .and cmannn. ...-- ...-............................... 190 200
L'ei.tne. as liU-2U0; abundant sheet-type chalcedony, and numerous
;ea;c- and eroded Ocala foraminifera................................. 200 220
LI-es;one aoove; highly re-crystallized; leached Lepidocyclina sp. 220 230



LiLe-.-.-e. -as ave and cream granular limestone; abundant loose sand
a-s piosiphate sand: casts and molds of mollusks, crab-claws,
c:-e. plac..es...................................................... 230 250
Lci:une, M icre to cream, hard, granular, dolomitic? re-crystallized;
runc.=ination from above, sparse loose sand and pebble-phosphate...... 250 260
_:-:eaJne. :ark cream, granular; nonsandy, nonphosphatic; Rotalia
-e,;a__na numerous Gupsina globula, Eponides sp., Lepidocyclina sp.,
en-i.5ud place. and spines..... ...................................... 260 270
L-. ione.J: a above. hard, re-crystallized; fewer Ocala foraminifera..... 270 280



Rr"e.:j. .. r 2 ac:Ln -i, n

L--_, rone. cream hard. granular; re-crystallized; abundant
?Lcp.acctlina icalana. Gypsina globula, echinoid plates. 280 290
L-ze-:m cream, tragmental; abundant Lepidocyclina ocalana,
rOeri Lincides Lloridensis, Gypsina globula, Eponides sp., atliolids,
;n. ;d plates......-.............................................. .. 290 300
.iLaestne. sand and clay; a mixture of all lithologies above as
contaminatin......................... ...... ......................... 300 310
L.ses.c.ne. as 2U-JO.; numerous Lepidocyclina sp., Operculinoides sp.,
Textularia sp., Cypsina sp., Eponides sp., mollusk and echinoid
tragments.................................. ........................ 310 320
Limes:one, cream, soft; a coquina of large Lepidocyclina sp., numerous
Ouerculos oides vanderstoki.......................................... 320 360
Limestone, as above; generally finer cuttings.......................... 360 370











Table 2. Continued.

Well 745-153-t
(W-2304)

Depth, in feet
Material below land surface

Undifferentiated:

Sand, clay, pebble-phosphate.............................................. 50

Havthorn Formation:

Limestone, cream; very .sandy and phosphatic; abundant loose sand and
phosphate. ............................................................ 50 55
No sample.............................................. ................ 5S 100
Limestone, as above, hard; sparse loose sand and phosphate................. 100 105
Limestone, as 50 155; abundant loose sand and phosphate.................. 120 125
Limestone, tan, sandy, dolomitic; and dark brown silicified limestone...... 140 145
Dolomite, broun, hard, finely crystalline, porous; nonsandy, non-
phosphatic; cuttings as large pieces; Sorites sp. 150 155
Dolomite, as above, very porous; and white limestone, dark echinoid
plates, thinwhite mollusk fragments........................ 155 160
Limestone, white, hard; crystalline to granular, dolomitic; sparsely
sandy and phosphatic.................................................. 160 b65
Dolomite, brown, hard, porous; coarse cuttings, sparsely sandy and
phosphatic...... ............................................... .... Ib5- 175
Dolomite, as above;-and phosphatic limestone............................... 175 200
Dolomite, as above; and creamsandy limestone.............................. 200 215
Dolomite, as above, dense; coarse cuttings; abundant loose sand and
phosphate.......................................................... 215 220
Dolomite, as above, hard, dense; very large pieces; sandy, phosphatic...... 220 225
Dolomite, as above; finer cuttings....................... ......... 225 230

Tapa Formation:

Clay, gray to olive green; fissile...................................... 230 235
Clay, as above; with abundant loose sand and dark phosphate grains......... 240 245
Sand, sparse clay and phosphate grains.................................... 250 255
Clay, as in 230-235 ............................. ...................... 260 265
Sand, sparse clay and phosphate grains; abundant limestone, white, hard.
granular to crystalline; nonsandy and nonphosphatic................... 270 275

Suwannee Limestone:

Limestone, white, crystalline; echinoid fragments.......................... 275 280
Limestone, as above, more granular; abundant Rotalia mexicana and
echinoid fragments.................................................. 280 285
Limestone, as above....................................................... 330 335
Limestone, as above, hard, dense; mollusk fragments.......... .......... 375 380



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, as above; coarse cuttings very granular; with abundant
Lepidocyclina ocalana, Textularia howei, and Gypsina sp............. 380 395
Limestone, cream, soft; a coarse coquina of Lepidocyclina sp. and
Operculinoides sp. in chalky matrix.................................... 430 435
Limestone, as above; Operculinoides uoodybranchensis...................... 465 470
Limestone, as above; finer than above and smaller fossils.................. 480 485
Limestone, as above; such finer, fragmental angular grains............... 490 500
Limestone, as above; a coquina, very coarse, profuse Lepidocyclina sp. and
Operculinoides anwadybranchensis. ...................... 500 515
Limestone. as above, fi,.er cuttings, less fragmental....................... 515 525
Limestone, as above.............................. ....... 530 590
Limestone, as above; abundant dolomite and granular rubble................ 590 600

Inglis Formation:

Limestone, tan, granular, detrital; highly re-crystallized; abundant
Peronella sp., no other fauna noted.................................... 600 610
Dolomite, tan; highly re-crystallized...................................... 610 625
Dolomite, as above; less crystalline; Peronella sp. fragments continue,
eroded Dictyoconus sp., Coskinolina sp................................. 625 630










87










Table 2. Continued.

Well 745-153-1--Continued
(V-2304)

Depth, in feet
Material below land surface

Avon Park LTaestone:

Limestone. tan, hard; a milolid limestone; abundant Dictyoconus sp.,
and Coskinolina sp., slightly eroded ................................... 630 635
Limestone, as above; fossils less abundant, broken, and eroded............. 635 640
Limestone, as above; abundant Dictyoconus sp., Coskinolina sp., some slightly
eroded................................................................. -640 660
Limestone, tan, granular; doloaitic, as above; eroded Dictyoconus sp.
Coakinolina sp., and Fabiania cubensis ............................... 660 670
Limestone, as above, finely granular; cuttings as separate grains.......... 670 675
Dolomite. dark brown, hard, finely crystalline; samples not studied........ 675 -.911


Well 747-114-1
(W-1726)

Undifferentiated-

Sand....... .............................................. ............ 0- 30
Sand, coarse to fine, subangular to subrounded; and olive green,
sandy clay, noncalcareous............................................ 30 40
Clay, olive green, sandy; gray original shell fragments of mollusks; and -
Large pieces of massive, dense, light-cream lithographic limestone;
loose phosphate grains....................... ...... ............. 40 50
Shell bed; large.loose fragments of mollusks............................... 50 60
Sand, dark gray, with abundant shell matter; pieces of white, sandy
Limestone; and dark green sandy clay, micaceous......................... 60 70
Sand. as above............................................................ 90 100
Sand, abundant shell fragments; and loose black phosphate grains.......... 130 150,
Clay, greenish-gray, sandy, phosphatic, calcareous; with sand and sparse
white sandy, phosphatic limestone...................................... 180 185

Hawthorn Formation:

Limestone, dark cream to gray-whice, finely crystalline; very sandy and
phosphatic; abundant loose sands, dark phosphate pebbles, and fish teeth. 185 190
Limestne, as above; abundant mollusk fragments and fish teeth; small
forms appear to be Rocalia mexicana, re-crystallized................. .. 190 -.195
Limestone, as above; 50 percent loose dark phosphate grains................ 195 225
Limescone. gray to creamy gray, finely crystalline; abundant fine sand and
phosphari ce, pebble phosphate common; abundant casts and
molds of motlusks and corak; note occurrence of Leiidocyclina ocalana
fragments and other cream-colored limestone contamination............... .225 248
Limestone, as above.................. ................................. .248 270
Limestone, as above; fish teeth and several pieces of Eocene limestone as
contamination, including Overculinoides anderstoki................... 270 285



Crystal River Formation;

Limestone, cream; abundant sand and loose pebbled phosphate from above;
Lenidocyclina ocalana. L. attenuata. Overculinoides floridensia, and
q. vanderstoki................. ......... ........................ 285 300
Limestone, as above; very coarse coquina of foraminifera;
Leaidocvclina ocalana pseudomartinata. and an explosion of Operculinoides;.
sp ... ........... ............ .......................................... 300 340

Inglis Formation:

Limestone, as above; a much finer grained coquina of smaller individuals;
Operculinoides moodybranchensis, Discorinonsis gunteri, Aznhistegina sp. 340 350
Limestone, tan, recrystallized; highly fossiliferous, abundant small
Operculinoider sp. and Lepidocyclina sp., numerous Discorinoosis gunteri;
larger limestone fragments are very granular; a few indistinct
Diccvoconua so....................................................... 350 360












Table 2. Continued.

Well 747-114-1--Continued
(W-1726)

Depth, in feet
material below ld surface

Avon Park Limestone:

Limestone, tan, granular; profuse Dictvoconus coolkei sparse Lenidocvclina sp.
numerous Operculinoides a ynerstoki, Peronella sp. fragiets,
Coskinolina floridana, and Discorinopsis gunteri................-- ...--. 360 380
Limestone,. as a6ove................................. .. 380 425
Limestone, generally as above; abundant Dictvoconns sp. and Coskimolina sp. 625 650
Limestone, generally as above; abundant Dictvoconus sp. and Coskinolina sp.
one itvocas aericanus?................................-...........- 785 800
Limestone, as above..................................................... 875 900
Limestone, white, granular, and dark brown; finely crystalline doloaite.... 895 902
Dolomite, tan, finely crystalline; and contamination of white limestone
and Ocala foraminifera from above..................................... 902 930


Well 747-132-1
(W-4963)

Undifferentiated:

Shell, white, coarse; with very coarse to fine sand, black phosphate
pebbles, and light gray-green clay; yellow oyster shells, Ves sp---.....- 230 240

Hawthorn Formation:

Limestone, white, finely crystalline in part; fine sandy and phosphoritic;
abundant loose sand and phosphate as above; scattered casts and molds
of mollusks -- -----. .......................................... 250
Limestone, cream-gray, dense, crystalline in part; finely sandy and
phosphoritic; sparse loose sand and phosphate; fragments of Sorites sp.,
crystallized echinoid fragments........................................ 270
Limestone, as above; oyster shell fragments............................... 280
Limestone, as above; oyster shell fragments.............................. 290
Limestone, as above, predominantly dark gray, with some loose white sand
and dark phosphate grains.............................................. 300 310

Suwannee Limestone:

Limestone, cream, moderately soft, granular; nonsandy, noaphosphatic;
echinoid plates and spines, some re-crystallized oyster shells, casts
and molds of mollusks; numerous EIonides Rotalia mexicana
re-crystallized, and some Textularia sp.... ...............-...........- 320
Limestone, as above, hard; dolomitic(?), very fine cuttings; fossiliferous. 330
Limestone, as at 320; fauna as above, plus abundant ORosina sp., dark gray
Lepidovclina ocalana............................................... 350



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, cream, granular in chalky matrix; abundant Lepidocyclina
ocalana.,Oerculinoides floridensis. and 0. vanderstoki.......--....---.. 350, 390
Limestone, as above, cream; a coarse coquina of Leoidocyclina sp. and
Operculinoides sp. in a chalky matrix. ....................-..... .... 400, 415, 430, 445,
455

Williston Formation:

Limestone, as above; Operculinoides moodybranchensis and Aphistegina
qlnarensis ..............................................................465, 475
Limestone, as above, very coarse; Peronella sp. fragments -------...------. 485
Limestone, as above, less coarse; fossils smaller; Operculinoides and
Lenidocvclina sp. abundant... .. ...-.--- 495
Limestone, as above; Operculinoides moodhMhranhnsi ....................... 500 540










Table 2. Continued.

Well 747-132-1--Continued
(W-4963)

Depth, in feet
Material below land surface

Englis Formation:

ritastone, tan to brown, granular, coarse cuttings, probably dolomitized;
abundant Peronalla sp. fragments, some Lepidocyclina sp. and
Oprcunoides sp...................................................... 540 560
Limestona, as above; numerou Peronalla dali, plus abundant fragments,
abundant Discortnopsis gunter. Dictyocona cooked, Coskinolina
flordan, slightly eroded; numerous Lapidocyclina ocalana from
above........................... ................................... 580
Limestone, as above; abundant Paronulla p. and Discorinopsis guteri,
sparse Dictyoconus sp., sam Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp... 600

Avon Park Limestone:

Limecone, tan to brown, cuttings finely granular as loose grains; profuse
uneroded Dictyoconus sp., Coskinolina sp., and abundant Peronella sp.
fragments.......................... ...................... 620
Dolomite, tan to brown, finely crystalline; fauna as above, less abundant,
sparse Fabsiats cubensis............................ ................ 1000
Dolotmie, brown, finely crystalline; pat films on bedding planes of
larger pieces; fossils, if present, cannot be identified............... 1010
Dolotmie, dark brown, as above; small amount dark, greenish-black clay
(organic?)................................................................... 1020


Well 748-119-2
(W-4288)

Undifferentiated:

Sand, 60 percent; and 40 percent sand-sized grains of white dolomite;
fossils not recognizable................... ................... ....... 218
Sand, gray clay, pebble phosphate, sparse sandy gray limestone............ 235

aawuhorn Formation:

Limestone, gray, finely crystalline; sandy and phosphatic; abundant loose
sand and phosphate grains............................................. 250
Limestone, a above, tan, dolomitic(?), highly re-crystallized; very
sandy and phosphatic............................... ........ 275
Sand, pebble phosphate, and limestone as at 235...................... ..... 305
Iaescane. cream, granular; sand and phosphate as above but less abundant;
Lapidocyclina sp. fragments, miliolids, echinoid plates and spines.... 320
Limestone, gray-green to can, highly re-crystallized, finely crystalline;
sandy and phosphatic; abundant loose sand and phosphate............ .... 330
Clay, gray-green; shell fragments; and white granular limestone with
mollusk fragments and echinoid spines................................ 350, 370

Cry-taL River Formation:

Limestone, white, dolomitic(?); a coquina of large Lepidocyclina sp. and
Operculinoidas sp. in a chalky matrix, some echinoid spines........... 380
Limestone, as above; an extremely coarse coquina of LepLdocyclina sp.,
greater than i-inch diameter.......................................... 410, 440, 470, 500
Limesone, cream, ultra-granular, moderately chalky; fever specimens of
Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp.; eroded Discorinopsis sp. and
Fabtania cubensis(?)..... ..................................... 530
Limestone, as above; very chalky........................................ 560

Uilliscon Pormation:

Limestone, as above, slightly chalky; numerous Dictyoconus sp. and
Coskinolina sp. appear uneroded; numerous Lepidocyclina sp.,
Opercullnoides sp., Textularia sp., and Operculinoides moodybranchensis 590
Limestone, as above, very chalky; same fossils as above................. 620, 650












Table 2. Continued.

Well 748-119-2--Continued
(W-4288)

Depth, in feet
Material below land surface

Inglis Formation:

Limestone. as above; same fossils as 590. plus Peronella dalli............. 680
Limestone. as above; plus Archalas withlacoochensis........................ 710
Limestone, as above; without Archaias withlacoochensis..................... 740
Limestone. as above; re-crystallized Peronella sp. fragments, large
Lenidocvclina sp.. and numerous Operculinoides sp....................... 770

Avon Park Limestone:

Limestone, typical chalky Ocala coquina; some re-crystallized brown
dolomite, and Dictvoconus sp..... .................................. 775
Limestone, as above; fossils as above but less abundant.................... 810, 840
Limestone, as above; sparse Leoidocvclina sp. and Operculinoides sp., a few
fragments of brown dolomite.............................................. 870
Limestone, as above, very chalky; abundant coarse hard brown dolomite...... 929
Limestone. as above; much less chalky; Crystal River fauna continue; 50
percent hard brown dolomite............................................ 935
Limestone, as above; plus 70 percent hard brown dolomite................... 945, 955, 968


Well 751-155-3
(W-4185)

Hawthorn Formation:

Limestone, white, finely crystalline; very sandy and phosphatic; abundant
loose sand and phosphate grains. ......................................... 85 90
Clay, white; sand, and phosphate grains.................................. 90 100
Limestone, white, as above; clayey........................................ 100 105
Limestone, as above; with dense,dark-gray limestone, eroded and water-worn. 105 115
Limestone, as above; plus dark tani sandy limestone, dolomitic(?)........... 115 120
Clay, gray-green; plus white limestone fragments, sand, and phosphate
grains....... ...................................................... 120 145
Limestone, white, finely crystalline; sandy and phosphatic as above; plus
limestone, dark-gray, sandy, and phosphatic, appears water-worn and
eroded; abundant loose sand and phosphate grains; fish teeth............ 145 150
Limestone, white, granular; nonsandy, nonphosphatic, with much loose
sand and phosphate grains............................. ........ 150 155
Dolomite, white to brown, dense, highly crystalline; sandy.............. 155 175
Limestone, tan to cream, dense, hard; extremely fine sandy, moderately
phosphatic; nonfossiliferous............................................ 175 180
Limestone. as above; very sandy, sparsely phosphatic, with abundant
loose sand........................................................... .185 195

Tampa Formation:

Clay, greenish-brown; with blue and white limestone fragments, dense,
finely crystalline...................................................... 195 215
Clay, as above, dark gray-green; more fissile and shelly.................. 215 245

Suwannee Limestone:

Limestone, white, granular; nonsandy, nonphosphatic; abundant Rotalia
mexicans, and echinoid plates........................................... 245 250
Limestone, as above, slightly more chalky; abundant Rotalia mexicana,
and miliolids........................................................... 280 285
Limestone, tan, dolomitic; as above........................................ 320 325
Limestone, tan, less dolomitic, more chalky than above................... 325 330
Limestone, white, hard; some re-crystallized dolomite; miliolids......... 345 350
Limestone, as above, locally fine sandy, a few eroded Lepidocvclina
ocalana. and Gvpsina sp................................ ... 350 365










table 2. continued .

Well 75-155-3--Continued
(W-4185)

Depth, in feet
matcerla below land surface



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, cream, coarse granular; abundant Lenidocycllna sp., Operculinoides
p-, Gytna sp., and Ipondas sp....................................... 365 370
Limestone, cream; a coarse coquina of Le*idecclina ap.; Operculinoides
dhrach.I. ) .................... 425 430

Williston Formation:

Limestone, as above; a coarse coquina of LenidocrYlina sp., abundant
onernuILnoides oodrbr.nMhsnsia. .................................... 465 475
Limestone, as above, more finely granular; smaller specimens............... 475 480
Limestone, as above, white; dolomitic.................................... 480 485
Limestone, as above; a medium coarse coquina of Lejido9yclina sp. and
Operculinoides sp.......................... ..... ................. 485 495
Limestone, light cream-white, granular; much finer cuttings than above,
dolomitized(?); milolids, abundant small ercuinoide sp. and
fragments of Led c na............... ............................. 495 500

Inglis Formation:

Limestone, light cream-white, as above; plus rabianlA ubnAlg ............. 500 505
Limestone, as above, cream to tan; AUblni& cubtnl, eroded Dictvoconus sp. 505 520
Limestone. as above, more chalky..................................... 520 525
Limestone, as above, very fine grained; Peronella sp. fragments............ 525 530
Limestone, as above, cream; coarse pieces of granular rubble; Fabianta
snbaatL Peronella sp. fragments..................................... 550 560
Limestone, as above; Discaorinosi g untam ................................ 570 575

Avon Park Limestone:

Limestone, as above, more finely granular; considerable dark brown chert;
a few highly eroded Plictyocon sp. and Coakinolina sp.................. 580 595
Limestone, as above, harder; less chert; Peronell ap. fragments............. 595 600
Limestone, tan, granular as loose grains; dolomitized; ZfhiSnja cubensis,
Peramtlsa p., spars Crystal River fauna.................... .......... 600 615
Dotamite, tan, as fine grain; no fossils.................................. 615 620


Well 753-128-1
(W-4331)

Undifferenciated:

Sand. tan; micaceous...................................................... 0 130
Sand. as above; with lumps of gray clay.................................... 130 150
Marl. gray, soft; sandy, micaceous; abundant very thinwhite shell
ragments................... ........................................ 150 190
Clay, gray; abundant sand, gray-white chalcedony sheets, and phosphate
pebbles; some white crystalline sandy limestone fragments; considerable
shell fragments....................................................... 190 220

Hawthorn Bormation:

Limestone, white, dense; very sandy and phosphatic; abundant loose sand;
one ites sp................... ................. ................. .. 220 240

Su annee Limestone:

Limestone. gray-cream, granular; nonsandy, noophosphatic; plus limestone
contamination from above, with some loose sand and pebble phosphate..... 240 270
Limestone, gray-cream, granular, as above; some sandy limestone from 220-
240; oatalia meicns Edonides iacksonensis, and fragments of
Lenidocyclina sp....................................................... 270 290











Table 2. Continued.

Well 753-128-1--Continued
(W-4331)
Depth, in feet
Material below land surface



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, cream, coarsely granular; some loose sand; a coquina of
Lepidocyclitta sp., abundant GDsgna sp., and Epo s sp............... 290 330
Limestone, as above; more chalky matrix than before...................... 330 360

Williston Formation:

Limestone, as above; plus Overculinoides moodybranchensis.................. 360 430

Inglis Formation:

Limestone, white to cream, hard, granular; miliolid-rich. Fabiania cubensis,
some Lenidocvclina sp. and Operculinoides sp............................ 430 460

Inglis Formation:

Limestone, as above, more chalky; foraminiferas as above, plus eroded
Dictvoconus sp., very small Peronella sp................................ 460 470
Limestone, as above, highly crystalline; highly dolomitized; abundant
echinoid fragments................................................ .... 470 490
Limestone, as above; less dolomitic than above; abundant Peronella dalli
and Fabiania .jcubi ai................................. ..... 490 500
Limestone, as above; and dark gray-brown granular limestone (rubble?);
Discorinonsis unteri. and numerous highly eroded Dictvoconus sp. and/or
Coskinolina sp.......................... ......................... ... 500 520

Avon Park Limestone:

Limestone, cream, granular to slightly chalky; abundant uneroded
DictvoconuA cooked and Coskinolina floridana.......................... 520


Well 753-129-2
(W-4190)

Undifferentiated:

Sand, gray to tan.................................................... 0 120
Sand, as above; and gray clay............................................. 120 130

Hawthorn Formation:

Limestone, white; very sandy and phosphatic; abundant loose sand and
phosphate............................................... ... ........... 130 160
Limestone, as above; with dark, blue-gray finely crystalline limestone;
loose sand and pebble phosphate......................;.................. 160 190

Suwannee Limestone:

Limestone, white, granular to finely crystalline; sparsely fine sandy;
dolomitized; some limestone contamination from above; abundant echinoid
fragments, Rotalia mexicana(7), Eponides(?) sp.........................* 190 210



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, cream, moderately chalky; mollusca fragments and large
Lenidocvclinaona ai a n.................................................. 210 240
Limestone, as above'; with contamination of gray limestone from 160 feet.... 240 300

Williston Formation:

Limestone, as above; a coarse coquina of Lepidocvclina sp., with
Operculinoides moodybranchensis...................................... 300 350










Table Z. Continued.

Well 753-129-2--Continued
(W-4190)

Depth, in feet
hRaxial below land surface

Inglis Rormation:

Limestone, white to cr-am, hard, granular; miliolid-rich, fossils as above,
plus abundant Fabianta cubensis *........................................ 350 370
Limestone, as above; more -chaly matrix; eroded ictvoconus sp............ 370 410
Limestone, as above, finely granular; more chalky and clayey than before;
Fabianma cubenais, Discorinosis suntaer, Peronllg(?) sp., eroded
S......................................................... 410 440

Avon Park Limestone:

Limestone, cream to tan, finely granular; abundant uneroded Dictvoconus
cooaei. Coskinoltna flotidana, Fabiania cubensis, Peronella sp.......... 440 450


Well 800-159-1*
(W-3420)

Undifferentiated:

Pebble phosphate, clay, and some fine sand; limestone, gray, finely
crystalline, dense; with black pebble phosphate...................... 25

Hawthorn Formation:

Limestone. cream, sandy, phosphatic; vith loose sand and pebble phosphate.. 50
Limestone, as above; abundant loose sand; phosphatized teeth............... 55
Limestone, white, very finely crystalline; very sparse sand and
phosphate; nonfossiliferous ............................................ 65
Limestone. as above; with some gray chalcedony or opal..................... 80
Limestone, gray. very sandy, sparsely phosphatic; with thin chalcedony as
dripstone; some loose pebble phosphate; fish teeth.................... 86

Tamoa Forvation:

Claystone. gray-green, coarse cuttings.................................... 96 100

S.nannee Limestone:

Limestone, tan, as finely crystalline calcite or dolomite; some claystone
and chalcedony as above; sparse phosphate pebbles....................... 106
Limestone, cream, Lithographic, dense; dolomitized, nonsandy, non-
phosphatic; nonfossiliferous........... ...................... 118 122
Clay, dark-brownish green; a cavern fill, with clusters of long selenite
needles and fibers (satin spar) and gray, dense, crystalline limestone
with black phosphate grains........................................... 122 128
Clay. as above, blacker in color, extremely fine sand, shaley,
noncalcareous; no selenite noted ....................................... 129 133
Limestone, cream, fragmental; nonsandy, nonphosphatic; abundant Bryozoa,
Saritea sp.. Botalia mxlcana, crab-claws............................. 133 160
Claystone. gray-green; debris from above .................................. 280
Limestone. as above; SgiLte sp., abundant gastropods and other mollusk molds 285 295


Well 803-151-11*
(W-3772)

Und.;fferentiated:

Sand, gray ............................................................. 0 3
Clay, phosphatic, sandy................................................ .. 3 40
Limestone, dark-gray, finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic; loose sand
and pebble phosphate; nonfossiliferou.............. ...................... 42 49
Clay. blue; gritty; becomes lighter colored downward............ ......... 49 56
Limestone. light cream; sandy and phosphatic; loose sand more abundant..... 56 66
Limestone, light gray; sandy................................................ 66 70
Clay. blue; sandy, phosphatic, with fragments of light gray crystalline,
nonfossiliferous limestone....................................... ... 70 98











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Table 2. Continued.

Well 803-151-11*--Continued
(W-3772)

Depth. in feet
material below land surface

Suwannee Limestone:

Limestone. cream, granular, detrital; slightly sandy and phosphatic;
with clay and limestone contamination from above.................... .. 98 130
Limestone. as above, fragmental; sparsely sandy and phosphatic; Rotalia
mexicana, abundant echinuid plates and crab-claws ...................... 132 134
Limestone. as above; with gray limestone and pebble phosphate from above... 142 155
Limestone, as above; abundant Rotalia mexicana, and some Eonides
lacksoncnsls(f)....................................................... 155 180
Limestone. as above; plus abundant Rotalta mexicana, echinoid plates, and
crabclaws............................................................. 190 195



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, cream, fragmental; a coquina of LePidocvclina ocalana,
Eponldes sp., Cypsina sp., and Bryozo&................................. 200 216
Limestone, as above; plus Operculinoides floridsnsis....................... 216 240


Well 803-153-24*
(W-3425)

Undifferentiated:

Sand, black, fine, loam topsoil............................................ 0 1
Sand, buff to brown, fine to medium, subangular to subrounded; plus fine
grains of dark heavy minerals......................................... 1 18
Sand, light brownish-gray, fine to medium; some black heavy minerals; and
considerable tough plastic clay in lower part........................... 18 28
Sand, as above; with light gray clay and sparse coarse sand and fine
phosphatic gravel....................................................... 28 32
Sand, as above; clayey with fine to medium phosphate grains................ 32 42
Sand, clayey, dark gray; subrounded to rounded; with considerable black,
fine to coarse, well rounded phosphate grains, and fragments of light
gray to cream limestone................................................ 42 66
Limestone, gray, hard, dense, crystalline; phosphatic..................... 66 70
Limestone, as above; with hard sandy limestone, and thin interbedded clays;
some loose sand and phosphate.......................................... 70 80
Limestone, as above, cream, chalky, fine-grained; with dark gray
crystalline limestone containing molds and casts of mollusks............ 80 96
Clay, gray-green; sandy, phosphatic, and sandy limestone fragments......... 96 102

Suwannee Limestone:

Limestone, cream, chalky; sparsely sandy and phosphatic; abundant Bryozoa
and crab-claws........................................................ 102, 107
Limestone, cream, detrital; fine cuttings; Bryozoa, echinoid plates and
spines, crab-claws ..................................................... 121
Limestone, as above; some pebble phosphate from above...................... 130
Limestone, as above; Rotalia mexicana, eroded Eponides Jacksonensis(?),
crab-claws..... ........................... ................ 130 191


Well 803-156-11*
(W-3773)

Undifferentiated:

Sand, brown, medium to fine............................................... 0 10
Clay, white to gray, medium to coarse; sandy............................. 10 20
Clay, brownish-gray; fine sandy............................................ 20 26
Clay, yellow-brown; sandy................................................. 26 34
Clay, grayish-tan; sandy, with fine phosphate gravel..................... 34 40
Clay, as above; with considerable gray and pink chalcedony as thin
irregular sheets..................................... .................. 40 51











Table 2. Continued.

Well 803-156-11*-*Continued
(U-3773)

Depthi in feet
asieri below land surface

Hawthorn formation:

Limestone. white, very finely crystalline; moderately sandy and
phosphatic; slight amount of loose sand and phosphate grains ............ 51 53
Limestone, as above; 50 percent limestone and 50 percent loose sand and
phosphate grains; plus white thin lacey chalcedony.................... 53 55
Clay, gray; sandy, with phosphatic gravel.................................. 55 66
Clav, dark-gray; gritty; very dry......................................... 66 75
Limestone. grayish-yellow, hard; moderately sandy; abundant loose sand
and phosphate..................... ..................................... 75 77
Clay. bine-gray, dense; gritty, with limestone fragments................... 77 86
Limestone. gray, soft; sandy, phosphatic.................................. 86 07
Limestone, gray to cream, hard, finely crystalline; fine sandy; sparse
loose sand and phosphate................................................ 87 88
LimestLne, cream to white to gray-brown, as above; abundant loose sand,
sparse phosphate ........... ............................. ....... ........ 88 95
Li,'stone. gray-tan, crystalline; sandy, dolomitic; thin sheets of gray
chalcedony; abundmant loose sand, sparse phosphate..................... 95 100
Limestone. grayish-white. as above; abundant loose sand and sparse
phosphate; numerous small coral......................................... 100 106
Clay. gray-green. dens.. cough, vaxcy; with limestone fragments............ 106 112
Li metone. light gray; slightly sandy; fossiliferous...................... 112 119

Tarsra Formation:

Clay. black; tough, dry. gritty. .......................................... 119 129
Clav. blue, shaley, sandy................................ ................. 129 135
Cla7. blue-black; tough, sandyv........................................... 135 143

Suw.nnee Limestone:

Luics-tone. white, hard. granular, detrital. finely crystalline; non-
sandv. nonphosphatic; highly fossiliferous, with numerous echinoid
plates and abundant etaia mexicana................................ 143 161
Lrse-'tne. as above; softer; abundant Brvozoa, echinoid plates, crab-claws,
and Rocaia mAjicaa; much contamina: ion from above...................... 161 2089
Chert. dark-brown with gray mottle, extremely hard and dense.............. 208- 2181
Limeitone. cream-white. hard. granular, detrital; very fine cuttings;
abundant RotaLia mexiana and millolids ............................... 218,- 220
Limestone. gray-cream. soft. chalky with fine grains of calcite or
.;mestone; a few echinoid plates........................................ 220 225;'
Liiestone, white, hard, finely granular, decrital; typical Suvannee matrix;
numerous eroded O erculinoides vanderstoki ............................ 2254- 257



Crv-tal R:ver Formation:

L;w-stone. grayish-cream, hard. fragmental; abundant fragments of Ocala
tos Is...................... ................................... 257 260
LLmsoatzo. as above; Leidocyvctina Socaana fragments, E.onides
n s ......... ................................................. 260 268
Limestone. cream. soft. fragmental, granular; and numerous Levidocyclina
ocalina. Oerculinod ides eoidsis, Cvslna ap........................ 273 280
L; sstone. as above; some otalita mexican from above..................... 289 292
Liscstone. cream. soft; highly fossiliferous with abundant Gvosina sp.,
EcnJe s moytdvbranchensis EuleDidina sp.. and Rotalia e.caa itroi abov. 292 317
Li.aetone. cream-white, hard; abundant miliolids. with much contamination
from formations above.................................. ............... 317 328