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Records of wells and other water-resources data in Polk County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 38 )

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Records of wells and other water-resources data in Polk County, Florida ( FGS: Information circular 38 )
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FGS: Information circular
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Stewart, Herbert G
Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Groundwater -- Florida -- Polk County ( lcsh )
Water-supply -- Florida -- Polk County ( lcsh )
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"Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Florida Geological survey and the Polk County Board of commissioners."
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Digitized as a collaborative project with the Florida Geological Survey, Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

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STATE OF FLORIDA STATE BOARO OF CONSERVATION
DIVISION OF GEOLOGY

FLORIDA .GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert 0. 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










AGRI
CULTURAL
LIBRARY













































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





lu I, Continuwd
F1,0 "T7 1F*1i T4T... T
741-142,1 SW BE 15 32 26 W. H WeaL C. U. Cannun 1956 928 10 134 2,3 End of too on 2,0 130 43,58 IU- 6-9 T I ,
and Sona discharge 42.74 1-;9-60

741-150,1 NW BE 17 32 25 W, Lamr Davis Coe, Dansby 1937 70d a. 309 2,3 End of 69inch 4,4 133.9 55,31 6-27F58 T 1. Ir .......
6 discharge p+ps 48,14 1-22,60

742-129.1 HE NW 14 32 2a R, r, Dasher Layno-Atlantlc 1946 1,060 12 291 3 Top of nipple .2 103.6 15,96 3-11-50 T L Ir W-941
Co. in access halo
in pump base

742,131-1 NW SW 9 32 20 U.S. geological Van Duyne 1948 62M 6 59 1 Top 6-inch 3.0 X44.311 43 9-24.45 **-- 0 --- Wgit. Polk 48
Survey casing 1002

-2 89 NW 9 32 28 W. Keen Layna-Atlantic 1945 1,023 12- 450 3 Access hole in Is 139.59 48,13 2.21.55 T .-. If ..-. W4965
Co. 10 pump base 49,30 2- 2-60

-3 11 NI 8 32 23 0. K. Anderson Barney's Pumps 19)7 1,102 1. 400 3 --..........---.- Tsiss *.--- ---. L 650 Ir -..- $-4461
Estate 6

742-132-1 NW SE 8 32 28 Stanchas Mallett Layne-Atlantic 1949 1,113 12 317 3 Access hole in Flush 154.50 61.14 2-27-53 T L 1,000 Ir ---- W-187 Air line
Co. pump base 35 fset

742-134-1 WE HE 13 32 27 1. 0. Polk 0. 0, Cannon 1956 1,100 12 204 3 End $-inch 3.5 157.1 61.90 2-.2-60 T 0 1,320 Ir .... .......
and Ions discharge
- connection

742-147-1 NZ NW 14 32 25 D. K. Thompson ..---do-.--- 1955 001 10 65 2,1 Access hole in ,5 123.7 35,04 1- 6-60 T 0 .--- r ---- ------pump base

742-150-1 BE NW 8 32 25 Swift and Co. Vaughn 1946 811 20- 380 3 .-do-...... .8 97.8 9,31 5- 1-58 T E 5,000 In ..-. ...-.-.
12 9.29 1-22-60

-2 53 NW 8 32 25 ..----do .................... 1945 7971 20- 382M 3 Top 20-inch 4,4 93,3 8.81 5- 1-58 N.-.--- In ---- 9. G WL 8.10.
18 casing 8.50 4-10-59 1-22-60

742-152-1 HE NW 13 32 24 Lloyd Shirley Cardenhire 1955 575 10 140 2,3 End 6-inch 2.9 135 49,83 1-22-60 T L 925 r ..- ......
discharge
connection

742-200-1 HE NE 16 32 23 American Prine .... 19M 4 16 1 Top 4-inch 1.0 140a 3.49 6- 6-58 C L 112H X 71.5 .--Agricultural casing 3.75 1- 5-60
Chemical Co,

743-125-1 3E 3E 4 32 29 Polk County Herman Sloan 1959 203 3 162 27, lh-lnch gate 3,40 57,2 22.40 9-29-59 N ----..S 73.5 Wgi- Lake
,3 valve an wall A 1003 Arbuckle
discharge 21.70 2- 3-60 boat
A landing

743-128-1 SW SE 1 32 28 Christian C. G. Crosby 1954 615 4 168 2,3 ---------------- 82.86 ......... t E 30 D ---- W-3215
Service
Training Contur

743-130-1 SE SW 3 32 28 David Bros .----do------ 1947 1,107 12 293 3 ------------------ ---------- -------- T E -" r .". --










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



EVA
F L


POLK CITY

HAINES
LAKELAND AUBURNDALE

NC
HIGHLAND CITY

BARTOW LAKE WALES

MILES

FT MEADE
FROSTPROOF


POLK COUNTY



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






2 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

the Florida Geological Survey as Information Circular No. 23, entitled "interim Report on the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Northwestern 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 theFlorida 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 investigation 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 piezometric 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 investigation.

Table I 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- > 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.






6 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 826-131-3 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 7





REFERENCES


Heath, Richard C.
1961 Surface water resources of Polk County, Florida: Florida
Geol. Survey Inf. Cir. 25.

Peek, Harry M.
1951 Cessation of flow of Kissengen Spring in Polk County, Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 7.

Stringfield, V. T.
1936 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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s ^ill I s i s !| j jal t s 3 tI
^ ;I ^ n m -?3- -? n-lgm n n f Tgr ^i.^ ^nT- T -sr


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,

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

Harl Altman


Ben Hill
Griffin Inc.

Z. Gillispie

Elun Saula


..---do-....



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


May Broe,

A. H. Marquardt

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



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.....


Land surface

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


....... WL 17.25
1-22-60




Table 1. Continued
(1)~~ )()4()) 7 () (9 (1 |U (12) (U33) (14) (13) (10) 1(17) (18) 19 W1 (ZI)-j(ZZ(2~ ~(241 (221
739-151-1 NW NE 36 32 24 W. Dow Durrance C. D. Cannon 1946 9007 10 -- 3 ......--.-..-. .... ..... ..- - 800? IV --.... --.
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 2 100 Ir .--- ----coupling 7.86 1- 6-60

739-152-1 NW NW 36 32 24"E. C. Clanny C. D. Cannon 1956 809 8- 1407 3 4ecess hWle in .10 131.6 49.65 6-26-58 T .--- Ir --- ------and Sons 6 pump bas 44.25 1- 6-SQ

739-157-1 NW SE 36 -32 23 John Gill ----.do----- 1957 800 8- 295? 3 Top pump .90 130.3 45.26 1- 5-60 T L ---- Ir -- ------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 NE NE 29 32 26 W. & F. Roe Phillip Morrill 1944 930 10 70? 2,3 -inch water- 1.15 145.3 58.80 1-29-60 T L --- Ir --- ------and Son return connection on pump
base

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

740-200-1 5E NE 28 32 23 E. V. Whiddon -------------- 1952 80? 2 40? 1 .............. ---------------CE ---- D,X ---- ------740-201-1 SE NE 29 32 23 -----do------ -------------- 1955 11* 2 20 1 Top 2-inch .7 ---- 3.92 6- 6-58 N ---- X .... -.*..
casing

741-126-1 SW NW 17 32 29 E. H. Rucks Gao. 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 cncess hole in 1.20 152.7 58.38 3-10-58 T L --- Ir ---- .--and Sons ump base 58.95 2- 2-60
741-136-1 NW SE 15 32 27 0.' 0. Polk ----do----- 1956 1,052 10 192 3 ---- ----------- ----- ----- ------- T 0 1,320 Ir -.-- ---.--2 NE SW 15 32 27 larl Altman -----do----- 1956 1,038 10 98 2,3 nd 4-inch dis-3.10 173.4 79.19 1- 8-58 T L .--- Ir -- ----harge connec- 79.16 2- 2-60
tion
741-139-1 NW NE 19 32 27 W. L. Shepard Marion Ward 1957 200 3 40 2 ------ ---------- ---- ----- ------ C E --- X .-. -------2 NW SW 18 32 27 M. L. Lastinger C. D. Cannon 1957 931 10 162 3 End of 6-inch U.0 149.2 61.83 10- 7-58 T 0 1,300 I .... .......
and Son discharge 58.58 1-2960
connection
741-140-1 SE NW 24 32 26 W. & F. Roe Phillip Morrtll 1946 76 12 66 2 access hole in .5 147.3 14.34 10- 7-58 T L ---- Ir -.- --and Son sump bass 15.11 1-29-60
741-141-1 S S8 15 32 26 W. H. West C. D. Cannon 1956 405 4 55 2,3 Top 4-inch .8 131.8 45.85 10- 6-58 J S D .... .......
and Sons casing 45.08 1-29-60






Ible I, Continuad
III~ I54JI IIIIii3___ I'' 'L II '.'!!e !N (61. 741 "T7 1F -Ifi -riw .._._.
741-142,1 SW BE 15 32 26 W. H WeaL C. U. Cannun 1956 928 10 134 2,3 Eid of too on 2,0 130 43.58 II- 66 T L r,
and Sons discharge 42.74 1-;9-60

741-150,1 NW BE 17 32 25 W, Lomwr Davis Ceo, Dansby 1937 70d a. 309 2,3 End of 6-inch 4,4 133.9 55,31 6-27F58 T -.- .--6 discharge p+ps 48,14 1-22-60

742-129-1 NE NW 14 31 2 R, r, Dasher lsyna-AtlantIc 1946 1,060 12 291 3 Top of nipple .2 103.6 15,96 3-I-50 T L ...--- W-941
Co. in access hao
in pump base
742-131-1 NW SW 9 32 20 U.S. geological Van Duyne 1948 62M 6 59 1 Top 6-inch 3,0 X44.311 43 9-24-45. o....-... --- WgI- Polk 48
Survey casing 1002
-2 89 NW 9 32 28 W, Keen Layna-Atlantic 1945 1,023 12- 430 3 Access hole in Is 139.59 48,13 2.21.55 T ... If ... W4965
Co, 10 pump base 49,30 2. 2-60

-3 11 NI 8 32 23 0, K. Anderson Barney's Pumps 1957 1,102 1. 400 3 -...............-.- 15153........... .T L 650 If .W.-4461
Mate 6
742-132-1 NW lB 8 32 28 Blanche 1 Mallett Layne-Atlantic 1949 1,113 12 317 3 Access hole in Flush 154.50 61.14 2-27-3 T L 1,000 Ir ---- W-187 Air line
Co. pump base 85 feet

742-134-1 NE NE 13 32 27 B, 0. Polk 0. 0, Cannon 1956 1,100 12 204 3 End $-inch 3.5 157.1 61.90 2-. 2-60 T 0 1,320 Ir .... .......
and Ions discharge
connection

742-147-1 NB NW 14 32 25 D. K. Thompson ..---do-.--- 1955 001 10 65 2,3 Access hele in 123.7 35,04 1- 6-60 T G .... Lr .--- ------pump base

742-150-1 BE NW 8 32 25 Swift and Co. Vaughn 1946 811 20- 380 3 .---do-.-- .8 97.8 9,31 5- 1-58 T E 5,000 In ..-. ...-.-.
12 9.29 1-22-60

-2 55 NW 8 32 25 ......do ................... 1945 7971 20- 382M 3 Top 20-inch 4.4 93.3 8.81 5- 1-58 N In ...- 9. G WL 8.10,
18 casing 8,50 4-10-59 1-22-60

742-152-1 NE NW 13 32 24 Lloyd Shirley Cardenhire 1955 575 10 140 2,3 End 6-inch 2.95 135 49,83, 1-22-60 I L 925 r -- .--.-discharge
connection
742-200-1 NE NE 16 32 23 Aierican Prins ---- 19M 4 16 1 Top 4-inch 1.0 140a 3.49 6- 6-58 C L 112 X 71.5 .--Agricultural casing 3,75 1- 5-60
Chemical Co,
743-125-1 SBE SBE 4 32 29 Polk County Herman Sloan 1959 203 3 162 27, l.Inch gate 3,40 57,2 22,40 9-29-59 N S 73.5 Wgi- Lake
3 valve an wall A 1003 Arbuckle.
discharge 21.70 2- 3-60 boat
A landing
743-128-1 SW SE 1 32 28 Christian C. G. Crosby 1954 615 4 168 2,3 .................. 82.86 .... ........ t E 30 D .... W-3215
Service
Training Contur
743-130-1 SE SW 3 32 28 Davis Bros ------do--.--- 1947 1,107 12 293 3 .................- -- ........- ----- --- T ..--" Tr ..






'blo- L. C-ntinuud
u Tii hi T4J i .i t is i Jl ii'cia el7114 1 11 71 11 il l tell' '1211 'ts) as

743-134-I SE NE 4 32127 W. .rostproor 926 735 16 ---- 3 --.------------ ---- 148.88 .----- N -- ----. W-64 Cil test;
Land and Timber Abn plugged
at 20 foet

743-141-1 NE NE 3132 26 C, W. Adams I. A. Dansby 1940 1,060 10 177 2?, Access hole in 1.05201 115.81 3-19-58 T L 970 Ir ---- ------i I I 3 pump base 116.13 1-29-60

-2 NE NE 10 32 !26 ohn 4 M, R. Vaughn 1941 926 8 192 2?, End $-inch 4.70 191.60 105.46 3-19-58 T L ---. Ir ---- W-411

NOwsoMU 3 discharge 98.45 1-29-60
743-148-1 NE S 4 32 25 1wift and Co. -------------- 1937 800--- --- 3 kcecas hole in Flush --->42 5- 1-58 T E 3,000 In --- ------ump base

-2 NE SE 4 32 25 du------ -------------- -1938 800 30 ---- 3 do- 1.0 136.7 73.04 5- 1-58 T E 3,000 In ---- ------- WL both
74:27 1-22-60 pumping

-3 NW SW 3 32 25 ------do -------- ----1945 840 20- 380 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- T E 3,200 In ---- .----.12

-4 NP. Sr 4 31 25 -...-. -- IM. 8, Vaughn? 1947 --- 6 ----- ------- --- -. --- ----- T Z In, -- ---D

743-154-1 NE NW 3 .32 24 Florida luard Krllska Wull and 1953 201 4 110 2 Top of sani- .90 140 11.95 4- 8-58 J E D ---- W-3024
or Forestry supply tary sel 7.74 1- 5-60

743-157-1 SE SW I 32 23 J T. Bellumy --------------- 1935 240 4'---- 2 Top 4-inch Flush 140 39.10 6-11-58 J E -.. D ..----coupling 38.98 1- 5-60

743-202-1 NI NW H 32 23 J. F. AlbriLtton IIuyuLL.v 1953 872 10-! 300 3 End 6-inch 5.0 144.2 87.92 6- 8-58 T L-6 discharge 65.51 1- 5-60
connection

744-131-1 SE NW 33 31 28 Willinm Flls-- .------------ 1939 319M; 6 208M 2 Top 6-inch Flush 97.5 ----- -------- ---- 0 E Polk 51
cnsing

-2 NW SW 33 31 .28 'Minute Maid G. W. Dunaby 1940 1,060 10- 334? 3 -------------- --- 93.00 ----- ------ E 750 In ---- W-519
Corp. 8

-3 NWdSW 33 31'28 .----do ---- 1945 1,040 12- 400? 3 ------------- ---- ---- ----- ------ T E 1,200 In ---- -----I 10

-4 NW NW 33 31 28 Town or R. II. hudson 1926 1 254 8 103 2 ----------------- ----- ---- ------ C 750 M ---- Wgi- Po-41
Frostproof 429

-5 NW NW 33 31 28 --d--do---- -------do--- 1926 425 6 191 2,3 1-inch tap an -1.5 85o 7.72 2- 4-58 C 0 650 IM -- ..-B-Inch tue

-6 NW NW 33 31 28 -----C do 0, Cannon 1950 430 16 197 2,3 Access hale in Flush 84,7 3.07 2- 4-58 T E 2,500 H 77.5 .--.-.
and Sons pump bas

744-136-1 SE SE 34 31 27 J. W. Keen Laynu-Atlantic 1945 963 12 193 2,3 ------do- -- 1.50 167.7 74,65 3-10-58 T L 1,250 Ir W-967
Co. 75.02 2- 3-60





'labia I. t.ni,.nued
17- 'iisY" 'Ja Ti-O iTSf -I sio as 31______I__744.141-t BW 1W 26 31 26 Harvey Hall, Jr Gardeniktre Oros 1952 687 10 -- 2?, End 6-inch .70 $4, 69.00 3-20,54 ----
3 discharge 74.19 IP29-60
eonnec tion

-2 BW NW 35 31 26 Ft. Meade 1955 --o 16 --. 3 Top 10-inch .40 178 91.13 ,20.58 N --- r.Groves Corp, casing

744.14201 SE 85 25 31 26 Larry Durrance D. Cannon 1956 et 10. 0;185 2,3 Top pump .3 196,5 113.44 10P 9-58 7 L r .
and sons 8 244. col umn, inside 112.66 1.29-60
312 o' pump
discharge

744-143.l 0* NW 33 31 26 W. & F. Roe Phillip Morrill 1946 178 12 145 37 ........... 180. ...... -. T 1 1,500 Ir .... ... *Center
and Son

-2 NE NE 32 31 25 A. 0, Wright, Sheroule Wall 1959 851 10 o 2, .-* .......... ...... . ....... T 2 600 1r, -- WBIJr. Drilling a 290 D 1004

744-147-1 8 8E 34 31 25 0. A. Mann C. D. Cannon 1956 700- 8 60 2,3 End 6-inch 1.5 124.5 38.09 10. 3-58 T L 600- Ir .... ..-.
and Bone 800 discharge 37.22 1-22-60 700
connection

744-153-1 SE BE 34 31 24 0. C. Russell ..do 1956 820 10 173 3 Ik-inch tap in 1.0 145.4 62.02 6.11-58 T Ir -.... .......
pump base 58.15 1- 5.60 1

744-154-1 NS BE 33 31 24 L. D. L. D, 1930 117 Ik 60 1 .................. ..... ....... .P.
Harborough Harborough

744-156-1 BE as 30 31 24 American .............. 1952 850 24- 0-145 2,3 Edge of pump .7 149.0 62.24 1- 5-60 T E --.- In -- Wgi- Air line 640
Agricultura 18 266- base 1005 feet: alternate
Chemical Co, 321 mp is air line
Base, 1.0 feet
above concrete
base (land
surface)

744-157-1 SW SE 25 31 23 American Layne-Atlantic 1956 950M 16- 337 3 Access hole in 1.45 148.07 72.73 6. 4-56 T 9 2,000 In ---- W-3852 WL 1960 pumping
Cynamid Co. Co. 12 pump base 67.58 1- 5-60 E
-2 SE 81 36 31 23 American Virginia 1926 652 30- 324 3 .............. .... 154a ----- -------N 7,500 in .--- Wgi- Po-38
Agricultural Machine and 15 1006
Chemical Co. Drilling Ca,

744-159-1 SW 51 27 31 23 S. Cavalier Roy Wilt 1957 130 4 87 2 Top of sant- .40 152.8 23.86 6-13-58 J E --- D 77.5 ..-.-tary sual 26.47 1- 5-60

745-133-1 SE SE 19 31 28 Keen Fruit C. D. Cannon 1957 969 12 195 2,3 Access hole in .25 151.4 58.21 12-23-58 T L .-- Ir ---- ------k Company Inc. and Sons pump base 56.99 2- 1-60

745-134-1 SWNE 25 31 27 Polk County Whatley Pump 1959 370 4 137 2,3 ------------- ---- 135c ----- --------T 0---.. --- W-5351
and Well Co.

745-140-1 SE NE 26 31 26 W, M. Kelly and I-do------ 1956 773 10 104 2,3 End 6-inch 2.0 140.5 59.00 10-13-55 T L .. Ir ---- ----:-J. 0. Campbell discharge 57.67 1-29-60
connection





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. Continued

745156 NW 9 ;i 3 13 Alerican C, N. landd 834H 16 394 3 Top 15-ingh 2.50 137.47 5938 4- 5-55 N -- In -wv- I Abn
Cyanamid Co. (langi on 61.85 6- 3-55 Po.
casing

745.159-1 NE NW 37 31 23 1, 0Pearce C. P, Cannon 1955 766 10- 0-136 2,3 Accaes hole in ,65 122.6 39.45 1- 6-60 T L 1,;00 Ir -.- .-and Ouns 8 236- pump bass
348

.2 UW IE 27 31 23 W, A. Pbbs Herman Sloan 1959 272N 4- 112 2 Top 4-inch .70 160a 69.62 5- 9-60 N ... If .. 1,0
3 caotng

746-12-1 NW 3W 19 31 30 0111 and John Spivey 1957 400 4 204 3 ......... .. ................ T I D ....
McDonald Corp.

746125,1 N 11 16 31 29 3. N, Davis ........ 1953 234 2 100 2,3 Top on top of 1.9 66.6 10,4A 3-11-58 W DX 73 ....
sailing ,9A 12-15-59

746-131-1 01 N 21 31 28 W. J. Mann 0, D. Cannon 1956 996 10 200 21, .............. 118,7 ..... ....... T 0 1,000 I .... .......
and $ons 3

746-140-1 ME W 24 31 26 J. W. Doke --..-.do-.- 1956 755 8 120 2,3 ................... ..... ..... T L I-- .r .- .
-2 IW N 24 31 26 Griffin Trask .-do-.- 1955 703 1 o- 2,3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... T 0 Ir .... .......

746-141-1 NZ NE 22 31 26 Ilvis L. Baggett ..-do-.- 1957 4251 6 80 2 End 4-Inch 4.0 155.9 33.41 3-21-58 T L Ir .... .......
discharge 26.63 1-28-60
connection

746-143-1 SE NI 20 31 26 W. F, Eger Gardenhire Bros. ---- 890 10- 497 3 Access hole in 1.0 223. :137 1-28-60 T I ..- Ir JgI6 pump bass 335

-2 32 0E 17 31 26 Mikolai -do ...... .... 900 8 238 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... T L Ir WiSkubia. 463

-3 SW SW 16 31 26 Larry W. C. D. Cannon 1956 856 10- 0-194 2,3 .......... ...... ..... ............ T L I .... .......
Durrance and Sons 8 263363

746-148-1 NW SW 22 31 25 Alturas Canning Cardenhire Bros. 1945 840 10- 0-125 2,3 Top of nipple 1.70 148.5 62.45 3-18-58 T E 1,000 In -- Wgi- Both WL pumping
Corp, 8 149- in access hole 65,85 1-22-60 346
212 in pump base

-2 59 OW 15 31 25 1. D. Gooch, Dansby W. Dr. 1947 221 6 56 2,3 .............. .... 131.6 ......--. T I 60 D -- W-1625
Sr. Co.

746-150-1 BE NE 19 31 25 W. 0. Roe and P, Morrill and 1946 830 10 75 2,3 Airline gage 1.0 153 73.0 2-16-59 T If ---- ------ Air line 92 feet
Co. Son 1947 70.0 1-22-60

-2 NW SW 20 31 25 .d--do----- ----d 1946 550 10 60 2,3 ----- d. 1.25 145a 65.75 2-16-59 T S --- Ir -. ---.1947 62.25 1-22-60

746-153-1 NW SW 23 31 24 minute Maid -------------- 1945 855 10- 370 3 Access hole In 1.0 169,6 50.00 4- 8-58 T L 1,000 I ----Corp. 8 pump base 78.32 1- 5-60





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 '










747-149*1 NW IS 9 31 21 Int'l Hinsrals Layno-Al:14n 1946 001 24- 366 3 'up c'uncartl- Vwh 131,02 47,41 524-58 T E b,000 in vv-. W.P008 and ChewOisl Co. CO, 18 pump basi

747,153-1 SW HE 15 31 24 Swift and Co. 0. D, cannon 1947 803 129 284 3 .-.--. - .-- .... T A 1,200 In --- -..
an Bon 10

-2 SW NE 15 31 24 ..-... "--.- do--.--. 1952 513 20. 167 2,3 Aitrline 5ag 2.0 166.8 67,5 4,30-58 T I -- In. Wgt. Airline 130 fasht
16 84.5 1- 5-60 1008 both WL pumping

747-154-1 01 EW 10 31 24 .-..-- dow..--- M, R, Vaughn ..-. 300 8- ---- 3 Access hole in ,90 160. 76,45 4-3058 T A 160 In Both WL pumping
6 pump bass 74,90 1- 5.60

747.158-1 SW IW 12 31 23 Nathaniel Barney's Pumps 1955 100 3 63 2 ................ 12816 ....... 20 P -1 W-3576
McFadden Ina,

-2 IW SE 11 31 23 Seaboard -..-............ -. 390 10 120 2,3 Access hole in .6 136.0 51,50 6- 5-58 T 1 161 D, .... ......
Airline RR pump bae x

-3 SW 01 11 31 23 .--d ...... ....... ...... 1941 291M 4 5914 2,3 Top 4-inch. .4 136.0 52.07 6- 5-36 N .-.- 0, ---- 8,0 Abn; WL 49.41,
1942 cesin& 51.72 4- 9-59 x 1-6-60

747-159-1 NE SE 10 31 23 Lawrence J, P. Whatley 1950 300 8 80 2,3 Top of pump .75 143.1 50.11 6-16-58 T L -..- Ir .... .......
Anderson column inside 46.45 1- 6-60
pump discharge

747-200-1 SE SW 10 31 23 ..do ...... .............-- 1930 600 6 ---- 3 Discharge 1,0 140. 53.70 6-16-58 T L 450 Ir ...- ---...flange on pump 49.89 1- 6-60

747-201-1 SE SW 8 31 23 B. L. Cravey B. L. Cravey 1943 21 3 15 1 Top 3-inch 1.2 160 6.25 8-16-58 0 L SO- Ir .... ....
casing 110

748-112-1 88 NW 3 31 31 Goo. Williamson Sadler and 1959 388 3- 246 2,3 .................. ..... ..... .....a E 60 0 --.. ...---Taylor 2

748-114-1 NE NW 8 31 31 U.S. Geological Van Duyne, Inc. 1948 20 6 12 1 Top 6-inch 3.9 60.99 58.65 1-28-60 . ..... 0 ---- Wgi- Polk 50
Survey casing 1009

748-115-1 NW NE 7 31 31 Consol. Naval May Bros. 1948 364 3 186 2,3 .............. .... 65,55 ..... ....... E 40 D, ---- W-1710
Stores 00. x

748-116-1 N NE 12 31 30 U.S. Geological Sherwood and 1950 12M 1h --.- I Top 1t-inoh 1.5 63. 2.20 12-15-59 . ..... 0 .... ....... Polk 53
Survey Bishop casing

748-118-1 NW NW 10 31 30 R. P. Mime Southern Pipe 1954 217 3 80 2? .............. .... ..... ....... J 8 .... D -.-- -----..
and Supply

748-119-1, NE NE 9 31 30 U.S. Geological Van DuyneoInc. 1948 17M 6 13 1 Top 6-inch 3.0 105.00 2.15 12-15-59 0 .... WSi. Polk 49
Survey casing 1010

-2 NW SW 4 31 30 Indian Lake Crosby Well 1957 968 10- 390 3 Top 10-inch .5 100.08 33.79 3-14-58 N 1,200 PS ---- W.4288
Estates Drilling Co. 8 casing 33.03 12-15-59

-3 NW SW 4 31 30 ---.-do ....... ......do- 1957 976 16 227 2,3 Top 1-inch 1.0 99.70 32.83 3-14-58 N ..... PS .... W-4503 WL 32.00,
casing 32.90 5- 6-59 12-15-59




Table 1. COnELnUOU
(1 ci 14) ii2 i3 i il (i (s0 110 I ,t 11 l ii) 1i1i 1141 [i l 1isi T171 111) iii 5 iii) 155) t) 5 ii)
748-119-4 NW SBE 431 30 Indian Lake A. H. Marquardt ---- 290 4 213 2 -.--.-------. ...- -.- -------.- T B .-..- X --- --.--.Estates Ir

-5 SE 8E 4 31 30 -----do--...Crosby Well ---- 943 8 218 2,3 -------------- ------------T E s X, -----Drilling Co. IV
748-126-1 NW SEI 5 31 29 Polk County Herman Sloan 1957 199 3 153 2,3 Top Ulk-inch 2,20 64.8 21.50 2-27-58 N Flow PS 72 WgL- Lake Weokyakapka
redut:ing 23.20 12-15-59 35 1011 boat landing
coupling on
casing

748-131-1 NW NW. 9 31 28 Marshall EdwardsHeater Well Co. 1957 1,202 16 309 3 Access hole in .20 242.6 150.57 4-25-58 T L 1,400 Ir -- WgiI pump base 154,62 2- 2-60 1012

748-132-1 NE SW 5 31 28 Citrus Grove M. R. Vaughn 1940 1,138 12 247 3 -------------- ---279.47 ----------- T L 1,240 Ir W-465
Development Co,

2 SW NE 8 31 28 M. H. Edwards Smith-Reeder- 1946 1,168 12 ---o 3 ---------------------------- ------ T L --- Ir .. ....
Smith

-3 iSESE 6 31 28 Maria D. Cody Kenneth Turley 1957 600 6- 271 3 ------------ -- 205.37 ---- ------- T B 150 PS ---- W-4364
4

748-138-1 NW NE! 8 31 27 8. P. xelly ------------------ 37 ik ---- I Top 1k-inch 1.0 ---- 6.0 6-17-57 N ----- ---.--------- Abn
casing

-2 SWINE 8 31 27! --- do----- John Spivey 1958 850 8 145 2,3 --------- ---- ---- --.-- T E -. Ir .748-141-1 SW SW 2 31 261R. C. Harley Barney's Pumps 1958 725 10 114 2,3 Top pump .5 151.38 61.24 4-23-58 T L 1,400 Ir ---- W-3878
Inc. column, inside 62.05 1-28-63
pump discharge

74i-144-1 NW SW! 5.31 26 Roy Perdue Gardenhire Bros.1955 815 12- 281 3 -----------------110.7 ---- ------- T L 1,500 Ir -- -10

-2 SBE NW 8 31 26 Lake Garfield -----do-- 1945 844 10- 360 3 ------------- ---212a ------ ------ T ---- Ir --- WgiNurseries 8 342

748-145-1 SW SE 6 31 26 J. L. Garrett ---- do- 1950 822 10- 0-128 2,3 -- ---------- -- 210.1 ----- ----- T Li .- Ir W-2139
8 188329

-2 NW 81 6 31 26 W. L. Hutcheson M. R. Vaughn 1945 -- 20 ---- 3 Top I-inch 1.70 213 127.52 4-10-58 T L Ir ---- ---1946 all in access 127.49 1-26-60
hole in pump
base

748-148-1 SW NW 10 31 25 Int'l. Minerals Layna-Atlantic 1946 797 24- 339 3 -- ----------- -- 110.14 ----- -- T E 6,500 In W-1050
and Chemical Co. Co. 18

-2 88 NW 4 31 25 Virginia- M. 0. Vaughn 1946 904 24- 796 3 Access hole in 1.0 127.49 47.18 5-20-58 T Z 2,700 In ---- ---- WL 47,32,
Carolina Corp, 16 side of pump 49.95 1-21-59 1-22-60
base

-3 NE SW 3 31 25 -----do ------ -- 1944 746 24- 3 ------do------ 1.3 ,102 26.74 5-21-58 T B 5,000 in 75 --.---- Both WL pumping
20 31.53 1-22-60









748-14b-4 SW NW 10 31 25 Jill I. Miniivials Ldy-iv-A Ii;ic 1946 147 24. 341 3 .---.---.--. -. 11.2 1--- ----,- T E 6,000 In ---WT995
and Chumical Cu. Co, 18

.5 NW NW 10 31 25 ---.do--..... -- ...----. 1943 800 24- 300 3 ..--- .-.- 115.35 ... T 9 6,000 in--.- W-619
10

.6 SW NW 10 31 25 .-..- do -.-. '.. .di-----. 1942 400 6 200 2,3 ........ ... 118.35 n- .

749-112-1 NZ NW 3 31 31 Norman Hedley Sadler-Taylor 1958 269 4 201 2,3lTop sanitary 1,0 57,0 6,29 2- 2-59 P 0 .-.
I seal

749-120-1 SW 1E 32 30 30 Paul Keen Crosby Wall 1949 800 4 102 2,3 Top 4-inch .5 74.2 1,00 12-15-590 9 ..... 0 74,5 Wgiv
Drilling Co. coupling 1013

749-135-1 53 NW 35 30 27 Crooked Lake John Spivey 1956 515 6 135 2,3 Top 6-inch Plu0 134,3 29,49 2. 1-60 T 3 PS .
Park ca Ing

749-142-1 NE SW 34 30 26 D. 3, Murphy ............... 1920 126M 6 -... 2? Top 6-inch cap .3 165s 22.05 6-20-57 . ..... .... ...... Abn

-2 N3 OW 34 30 26 ...do ..................... 1921 104M 4 103 2? Top 4-Inch -2,0 157 49.65 11- 5-57 N -. I --. Active drainage
casing 47.59 1.27-60 x well for control
of surface pond.
Ing

749-144-1 N3 NE 6 31 26 Lake Garfield Gardenhire Brom.1946 866 12- 310 3 .............. .... 232 ..... ....... T L ..... I -.... WgiNurseries 10 364

749-145-1 OW NW 31 30 26 Roy Pardue and ..----do-.. 1949 847 10- 312 3 Access hole in 1.0 217.4 131.17 4.25-58 T L ..--- I .--. Wgi.
others a pump base 130.95 1-26-60 471

-2 NZ NW 6 31 26 Lake Garfield ..---do-.- 1947 817 12- 316 3 ..-do---.. 70 230.5 136.46 4-29-58 T E -.-r .-- Wgi.
Nurseries 10 136.55 1-26-60 378

-3 NE NE 36 30 26 Hutchinson M. R. Vaughn 1940 681 12- 179 2,3 .............. .... 198.62 ..... ....... T L- I .-- W-10
Grove 10

749-149-1 E NE 32 30 25 Dan F. Wear J. P. Whatley 1951 673 8- ?-5 2,3 Top 8-inch .5 126 42.37 9-30-55 N ..- I ---- B,0
6 c6- casing 47.07 10-21-55
310M
-2 NW NW 33 30 25 Seaboard Gardenhire Bros. 1950 172 6 116 3 Top 6-inch 1.00 120.0 32.18 4-17-58 J E ---. 0 .... ....... WL 32.67,
Airline RR casing 34.56 1-21-59 1-23-60

749-150-1 NW SW 31 30 25 John Parker J. P. Whatley 1957 480 8 61 2,3 End 4-inch 2.0 146.0 46.68 10-10-58 T L- I .... .......
discharge 45.41 1-23-60
connection

-2 NW N8 31 30 25 Int'l. Minerals May Bros. 1938 800 8- 160 3 Top 9-inch Flush 142e 57.65 10-10-58 N .-- I .... ....... Dest by mining
cnd Chemical Co 1940 6 casing 1959

749-153-1 NW SW 35 30 24 C. W. Shepperd J. P. Whatley 1955 74 4 30 1,4'Top 4-inch .60 153e 5.16 6-12-58 C L ..--- I- ---- ------casing
749-156-1 BE NE 31 30 24 American H. L. Chase 1921 765 30- 351 3 .............. .... 160 .----- ------- N 5,138 In Wgi- Po-35, abn,
Agricultural 15 1014 capped,
Chemical Co. 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







Tabis I, continued
0) ,,1* to) 66'e rit s* i TU s i~ -ir # I'750-145,1 NE N 25 30 25 C. L. HoWN11 Gerdenhlcs Bros. 1947 817 12 1 '4 -..- M- a -.... ...
485
.2 8% BZ 25 30 25 Dewey H, ..-.do-.- 1957 775 10- 361 3 .----, -- .. 202 ... I .... .,-
Summers a
750-148-1 BE NE 28 30 25 Florida Pioneer Pitt 1928 4,540 154 3,130 .. -..---. ---- 84,96 .-... x ... W-61 oil tst sa1i;
011 Corp, 84 sbn, capped,
submerged
750-149-1 WE 11 29 30 25 MidEtats May Itoo. 1943 1,100 6 --- 3 Top 11 in 1.25 121,5 31,60 1- 6.59 7 1 *. W I,6.59,
backer Inc. Gavdanhirs Bros, osess hole in 21.60 1.25.60 pumpi
pump base
-2 WE 11 29 30 25 --do----. Whatley Pump 1956 547 8 59 2,3 P ... .... T I ---- In --. --n
and Well Co.
750-151-1 N1 H8 25 30 24 Int'l. Minetals Layne-Atlantic 1947 717 24- 0-148 2,3 Access halo in 1,0 122.0 39,80 5-22.58T 2 ... In 0.. Wgi.
and Chemical Ce Co. 15 244. pump base 545
354
-2 NI 81 25 30 24 .do ...... .....do 1946 969 24- 346 3 ..do. 1,0 129.26 44.78 5-22-58 1 6,000 n W-1399 WL 70.70, 1-25-60,
18 40.46 1-23-60 pumping

-3 NW Ng 30 30 25 ...do ..........-d..- 1946 776 24- 331 3 .-do-... 1.2 135,5 51.62 5-22-55 T 1 6,000 In W-1395 Air line 7 feti
1850.75 1-23-60 WL 50.51, 1-2510
-4 BW N 25 30 24 .-do ...... ...... do-. 1948 150 10 93 2 ..--do... 1.0 118.90 30.76 5-22-58 2 1 100 % -o- U-1706 WL 30,48, 1-25-60
33.87 1- 9-59 L
750-152-1 NW IM 15 30 24 0, W. Iheppord -........... 1953 117H 4 60 2, lop 4-inch flush 141a 50,42 6-12-56 N .. ..-.... .......
31 casing 48,30 1- 5-60
750-156-1 BE NI 30 30 24 arican .............. 1916 ---- 14- ---- 3 Top 10-inch 3,0 137.4 57.05 5-27-58 N In ..--- Abn
agricultural 10 coupling
chemical Go.
750-157-1 83 It 5 30 23 ---*--do.I-- arnfy's umps 1952 345 4- 268 3 ................. 145,89 ......... woo- T I In .. WgInc. 3 1017

750-155-1 IW BE 26 30 23 T. J. Anderson, .--.do..--- 1954 180 4 60 2,3 Top of esanitani .50 150.7 58.94 6-16-58 2 2 0 ... --.--.
or, $*&l 53.15 1- 5-60
750-200L1 NW NE 28 30 23 D. B. Kibler, J., P. Whatley 1948 167 4 70-80 2 Top 4-Lnch .40 141.5 12.59 6-23-58 0 I.. D ......
Jr. casing 9.97 1- 4-60
751-127-1 NW NW 19 30 29 Laura M. L. Dunham Well 1957 975 10 163 2,3 End of 6-inch 2,5 123,6 34.22 12-15-59 T L 1,720 Ir .... WgiSmith Drilling Co. discharge 600
nipple
751-128-1 NW NE 4 30 28 A. L, Gilbert John Spivey 1959 848 8- 255 3 ................. 125.8 ....- .-.---- . .... .. .--...
6
751-131-1 NW NE 2 30 28 H. L. Wilson, hUtl4ty Pump 1956 917 12 263 3 ond 8-inch 5.0 135e 37.32 2-18-58 T L I .... ......
Sr; and Wall (o, dischargo
couplins





Trabta 1. Continued
III 11 131 1115 1#1 17 101 to) (10 (e e 'i i i11 u i i a fill f ig) 11T) ,III) II toll filas 124 '1n
751-132-1 SE NW 20 30 28 Lake Garfield Gardenhire Bros. 1955 965 12- 408? 3 Access hole in 1.15 168.6 66.52 12-22-58 T E ----- IT .... .......
Nurseries 10 pump base 65.51 2- 1-60

-2 SW sE 20 30 28 d-------- do------ 1957 932 12- 498 3 --------------- ---- ----- ----- ------ T L I Wi10 la

751-133-1 SW BW 18 30 28 Village of Layne-Atlantic 1948 1,080 10- 975 3 -------------- ---- 146.7 ----- -------.-. 600 M --- W-1754 Abn; plugged
Highland Park Co. 6

-2 SW SW 18 30 28 d------ -------------- 1927 900 12 ---. 3 Access hole in 1.60 121.7 14.00 2- 1-60 T E 1,100 M ...- -...-.I pump base

751-135-1 NW NE 23 30 27 N. C. Jahna Crosby Well 1954 325 4 114 2,3 -------------- ---- 132.6 ----- ------- T E --.. PS ..-- --.---.
Drilling Ca,

751-140-1 SE SW 13 30126 C. Fulton Gardenhiro Bros. 1945 828 10 252 2,3 -------------- ---- 135e ----- -------T 0, -- I-.Wgi
L 337

751-141-1 NW SW 23 30:26 Roy Perdue ------do----.1945 658 10- 307 3 ..----------------- 163.4 ----- ------- T E- I --- W-928
8

751-143-1 SE SE 20 30 26 Ignacy Golan Barney's Pumps 1956 465 8 113 2,3 Top pump .30 154.97 63.35 4-11-58 T L 600 Ir --- W-3848
Inc. column, inside 63.64 1-27-60
discharge
N
- -2 NW NW 21 30126 R. C. Harley -----do----.1955 738 10 109 2,3 End 8-inch 5.0 157.47 62.97 4-11-58 T L 1,500 Ir ---- W-3649
discharge 67.03 1-27-60
connection

-3 SE SW 16 30 26 8. C. Cook and Gardenhire Bros. 1949 756 12 106 2,3 Access hole in 1.4 166.9 71.78 4-23-58 T G ----- IT --- Wgi

Sons d pump base 71.90 1-27-60 461
751-145-1 NE NW 19 30 26 Gao Chartrand ------do------.1946 761 12 209 3 -------------- ---- 175.8 ----- ------ T L --.- Ir --- W-974

-2 SW SE 24 30 25 Joel C. Garrard do------ 1946 838 12- 299 3 -------------- ---- 212 --- ------ T L I Wgi10 363-3 NWISW 19 30126 Dixialand ------do----.1946 771 12 242 3 -------------- ---- 186 ----- ------- T E --- IT --.- WgiEnterprises 352

751-146-1 NW NW 24 30 25 Marshall t. Layne-Atlantic 1951 812 12- 298 3 Access hole in .30 204.59 118.27 4-24-58 T L 1,285 Ir --- W-2413
Edwards Co. 10 pump base 118.25 1-26-60
.2 SE NW 24 30 25 1. 1. AllbrittnGardenhire Bros. 1946 717 10- 210 3 ------do---.--. .50 170.7 95.99 1-22-60 T E .---, Ir -- W-1006
8

751-148-1 SE BE 16 30 25 Virginia- Libby-Freeman 1950 616 30 62 2,3 -..--do---- 1.0 113.37 35.35 5-21-58 T 8 8,000 In W-2856 WL 3-21-58
Carolina Corp, 31.62 1- 9-59 pumping

751-155-1 NW NE 20 30 24 Int'l, Minerals Layna-Atlantic 1951 330 10 157 2,3 ..---da---- 1.40 183.4 107.75 1- 5-60 T E 350 n ---W-2500 WL pumping
and Chomical CcCo. L

-2 NW NE 20 30 24 .-do------ ------do--.--- 1951 788 24- 336 3 ------------------- 182.5 ----- ------- T 5,200 In --- 1-2538
20





'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|





Toblo 1. Coin0Ued
..-...- L .-.HE ""' 15 5 .e ... .L - - - .- --- - - --.E -- -. -- ...
752-146 4 NW NW 13 30 25 Joel C, Garrard -.-.---q--.---- 1946 720 12 318 3 Acco's halo ill .9j 195,s i. It 5-24-57 T I, 2n- W, I13
pump base 116.95 1-26-60

-5 82 NE 14 30 25 Marshall N, Layne-Atlantic 1949 775 16. 420 3 -v do ---.. ,3 207.6 120.65 4-24-58 7 L 1,230 I .... W-2044
Edwards Co. 12 120.50 1.26-60

v6 SW 5W 12 30 25 L, Carel d Cardenhirs Arco 1949 620 10 126 2,3 ... ............ .. ...... T L --- I. Wgi.
Nurseries 466

752-149-1 83 NO 17 30 25 Bartow Orowsrs ---- .do-...- 1949 735 20 -104 27, Assess hole in 1.6 126.2 44.79 12:18:59 T 1 2,500 In .-- W,2043 loth WL pumping
Inc. 3 pump base 42.50 1.25-60
-2 NI NI 17 30 25 Polk County J. P. Whatley 1955 500 8 60 2,3 ep 5.inoh .50 126,5 39,45 4T 3-55 J -- Zr,.. .-...
Form bureau s in$ 39.09 5- 7-358 x
.3 N. NI 17 30 5 city of Bartow ".-.-do-..-- 1937 500 a 60 2,3 ater lubvicav 1,0 132o 38.93 4- 2-53 T M ........ ackfilled to
tion line tap 43.13 12-1W.59 200 fest
in pump base

-4 NW Is 16 30 25 5, A. Laurent ................ 365 8 .... 21, Top 8-inch 1.9 123. 35,45 1-29-60 N .m In .... ...... Abn
3 Galing

752-150-1 NW NI 17 30 25 Marshall H. Roy Wilt 1956 314M 4 64M 2,3 Top 4-inGh Flush 125s 38.00 llo546 T I Z... I
Idwayds esing

-2 1W 1W 8 30 25 Polk County J. P. Whatley 1956 145 8 63 2,3 ---.... -- .... 123.34 ..... ....... T L 232 Zr W-3862
Board of Public
Instruction
-3 32 13 7 30 25 City of Bartow -..do--.---.1935 555 8 65 2,3 Top on pump 1,0 127.6 42,65 4- 2.58 T 3 H-- .. .--
discharge

-4 3 NE 18 30 25 Int'Il. Minerals Layne-Atlantio 1951 156 a 105 2 Access hole in 1.20133.0 51.92 1- 9-59 T E 608 Zn, 75 W-2431 WL 49.20,
and Chemical Co Co. pump baro 52.49 5 6-59 Zr 12-18-591 all
WL pumping
752-201-1 1W It 8 30 23 irinia- J. P. Whatley 1952 213 6 59 2 .... ........... 121.10 --- ...-- T 75 Zn, .... .....
avoinia Corp. D

-2 81 SW 8 30 23 ..d ......-.....d- 1932 860 12 270 3 ................. 120 ............ T 1 1,700 in -- Wgim
1020
-3 BE OW 8 30 23 ..do ........... do-. 1952 740 12- 0-177. 2,3 ................ 120 ..... ....... T 1,700 ZI pop. W&. .
10 235- 1021
275

-4 69 BW 8 30 23 .---do- Meredith Bros. 1960 987 30. 354 3 ................ 119a -........ T .6,000 Zn .... W-5390
24

753-128-1 8 NW 12 30 25 R. S. Inively, Saney's Pumps 1956 874 10 208 2,3 Top pump .7 135.62 46.33 12-30-58 T 0 1,200 r .... Wo4331
et.al, Ino, column, inside 52.05 12-14-59
pump discharge
753-129-1 NI N 11 30 28 A lo on A i 'n . ........ .. .. ... ... 4 ." .. --.. . .... ." "-." -"..... . . E In .... .. ....

-2 NW NW 11 30 28 do-.- Roy Witt for 1957 802 10 155 1,3 op 5/8-inoh .70 115.60 15.08 12-14-59 T L 1,500 Zr W-4190
Barney's Pumps ter lubricaIno, tion LIn
connection




Table 1. Continued
l Ila) til loll 1 1s 114 !ie) -st till '"I list mI Wol Walll tell Intu

753-132-1 SW NW 8 30 28 Highland Park May Bros, 1945 620 6- 549 3 ----------- ---- 147.3 1022- 2 ..... Ir ... Wen elates
Service Co. 6 12 adadca
to 540 feet

753-133-1 NW N- 7 30 28 d.-...-.-.--.d- 1945 672 8 185 3 End 6-inch tee 8.40 182.7 78.11 12-15-59 T B I ... Wgion pump die- 1023
charge

753-134 -1 NW SW 7 30 28 Minute Maid Libby-Freonan 1950 921 12 217 3 -------------- ----- ---- ------.-.-- 1,500 ir --- W-1949
Corp.

-2 NW NE 12 30 27 Florida Layne-Atlantic 1941 1,063 18- 790 3 Access hole in 1.50 242.44 140.91 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 O Ps, ----- ----Airline RR X

753-139-1 SW SE 6 30 27 Royal Palm Icea ..---------- 1929 336M 8 90N 2,3 'op 8-inch, 1.10120.6 16.50 11- 4-58 N ...- In ---- EG Abn, WL 18.77,
Co. casing 14.61 7-24-59 12-16-59

-2 SW SE 6 30 27 -do---- ------------ 1929 500 10 3 ------------- ---- ---- ----- ----- CE --- in -----3 NENE 7|30 27 Seaboard R. H. Hudson 1937 631 6 105 2,3 -----------.-------------- ----- T 2 -.-- X -.- ------Airline RR
N
U!l 753-142-1 SE 8E 4 30 26 B. B. Register Whatley Pump 1949 700 10 120 2,3 ----------- ----- ----- "----" T L 1,000 I--" "------and Well Co.

-2 INE NE 9 30 26 J. Godwin Barney's Pumps 1955 720 10 101 2,3 ---.-- -------- ---- ------- T L 1,200 Ir ,--- W-3744
Inc.
-3 SE NE 9 30 26 Marvin Voigt -----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 P .-..- D .--- ..e.-5 SW SE 3 30 26'L. S. Morgan L. S. Morgan 1951 72 2 28 1 ------.------------------- ------- I 8

-6 SW 5E 3 30 26 B. T. Morris B. T. Morris 1953 100 2 .--- I 'op 2-inch .2 129e 5.70 5-22-57 0 1 --.- 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
8 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 BE 9 30 26 C. E. Vight Red Rogers 1950 757 10 134 2,3 -.---..-.....-.- ---- --.-- ----- ------T L 700 I .... --.753-145-1 NW NW 7 30 26 Alturas-Garfiel Gardenhire Bros.1946 332 6 143 3 ----- ---------- ------ ---. T E In ---- WgiPacking Plant 370

-2 SW SW 6 30 26 E. T. Rux .--.do---- 1948 592 6 134 2,31 .............. ---------------- --"- J 8 ---- D ---W gij 398

-3 SE NE 12 30 25 ... do----.C. H. Daneby 1951 600 12 ---- 3 Access hole in .3 138.1 44.44 4-17-58 T L --- Ir --. -----.oump base 43.92 1-26-60






"Tif V.. . . . . . .'IC, F

09119- NO 15 130 ;S $, 7, Bows .-- ..'' . 3 ..*. .*
-5 N8 N 13 30 25 Arthur C. Gardonhres W;os 1949 746 10 b6 2,3 Acesse hols in -l 163,3 67.40 4,17v5M T L IV WO1
Cheotham Pump 444S 65,50 Il'bol 4s67

753-149-t OW Ns 8 10 ;5 City of 04rtOw J. 1, WhatIy'- 55 6 40 2 "-'"- wl te o
Rack 1,6s Abn,
not in was.

.2 1W 1W 4 30 35 d PV' 1951 670 10' 396M 3 Acoess hole to .30 101,06 18,57 4 2.58 'T 350 H ... W,3425 lask filled and
a pump base 15.67 131,59 plused at
575 fost

.3 HE OW 8 30 25 Harvey Hall Oardenhtra Sro., t947 607 13 9 2,3 ............122. -*too ..* N --... .In g.. .Wi Abin, apped
371
753-150-1 NW iW 5 30 25 City of Bartow W. 1. Hamilton 1904 600 6 ...- 2?, ................120.72 ........ -- T 1 400 X 77 W-332
3

.2 NW SW 5 30 25 ----do.- Virginia 927 765 15 700 3 ........... -. ..... ..... ....... T E 2,000 M --....---.Po.31
Machine and
Well Drilling
Co.

-3 NW SW 5 30 25 ----d--. Layne-Atlantic 1946 653 20- 565 3 ................ 116.41 -.-.. ....... T 2,300 N .... W-945
Co. 16

-4 NW NW 8 30 25 Ellis Gibaon Howard 8, Godwir 1950 522 4 67 2,3 .............. .... ..... ....... T 100 Ir .... .......
-5 NE SW 8 30 25 City of Bartow florida Wall 1954 742 12 93 2,3 ................ 124o -.. --....... T 1 1,053 M -..- W-3304 Back-filled
and Supply plugged at
530 feat

753-151-1 NW SW 6 30 25 Crown Cork and Central florida 1955 650 16 101 3 4irlina sage 1,90119.56 35.4 4- 1-58 T 1 1,500 In, ---- W-3459 Air line 61 faot
goal Co. Well Drillers 34.4 12-18-59

-2 So 02 1 30 24 Kuden Citrus F. H. May 1945 635 20 60 2,3 Access hole in .70 118.5 32.89 4- 1-58 T 9 2,500 In ---- W-956
Co. pump bas 31.6 12-1859

-3 5E BE 1 30 24 do ...... ............... 1926 ..-. 10 ...- 3 do. 100 120a 31.91 331-58 T .. ...........
1928 30.18 12.18-59

-4 HE SW 7 30 25 City of Bartow ------------- ----285 8 --- 2? ,. ............................ ......... T E ---M ---- -753-152-1 BE SW 1 30 24 Armour and Co .............. 1920 632M 18 155M 3 Access hole in 1.0 123.9 44.65 12-19-57 T t- In ---- Po-30
pump base

-2 BE SW 1 30 24 .do...... .............. 1920 645 18 155? 3 ............... ....- ----- ....... T E In .... .......

-3 NW BE 2 30 24 ....do-.- C. D. Cannon 1955 780 26 88 2,3 Aceass hole in 1.60 147.0 85,95 5- 2-58 T E ----- In .-. Wgi- Both WL measured
and Sons pump base 87.47 12-21-59 1024 while pumping

-4 SW SW 1 30 24 .do ...... ......do-. 1957 740 26- 195 2,3 do---..1,40 143.3 57.40 5- 9-58 T E .- In .... ....... Both WL static,
16 56,40 12-18-59 nearby wells
being pumped





Table 1. Continued
IlI [t) 113 114 116 Is IT) () ls2 ot I till 2*2 ttel l ef# 111 4 viai) 114 1 Ll- f i on "ail te l SO e fs1
753-155-1 8E SW 4 30 24 Davidson ---.--------. -- 375M 8 ---- 27, Top 8-inch 0,65205o 102.48 12-21-59 T E 350 D, ---.--. WL pumping
Chemical Cm 3 casing In

-2 NW SW 4 30 24 ------Jdo J. P. Whatley 1951 289 8 147 3 Access hole in 1.70 194.9 193.60 5-28-58 T Z-.. D ....-....... Also air line
pump base 103.60 12-21-59 Ir, 138.6 feet, with
Ps gage 2.5 feet
above land surface

753-.156-1 SW NE 7 30 24 F. S. Royster ------------- 1954 400 16 ---- 3- do---. 1.0 144.0 55.34 12-21-59 T E --- In -! ----Guano Co.

753-158-1 SE SE 2 30 23 City of Layne-Atlantic 1948 764 20- 332 3 -----do---. 1.20 116.24 35.50 1-25-55 T E 1,800 M ..-. W-1760
Mulberry Co. 16 30.07 12-21-59

-2 E BE 2 30 23 ------------------- 1925 325 8 ---- 3 ---------------- ----- ----- ------..T.E -. M .--. ..

-3' NE NW 11 30 23 Int'l. Minerals ------------------- 710M 10 237M 3 1-inch plug in ,80100.9 21.00 2- 8-55 N -.-- In 79 E;G Abn
and Chemical Co 10-inch casing 20.84 3- 8-55
plug

-4' NW NW 12 30 23 City of Barney's Pumps 1955 776 16 264 3 !-inch nipple 1.70106.85 19.98 12-21-59 T 5 1,500 M -- W-3566
Mulberry Inc. in access hole
In pump base
-5 SW NE 11 30 23 Cecil Hagan Howard E. Godwi 1957 92 3 67 2 ----------------- ----- ----- -----. J E 50 D 74 -----6 NW SW 12 30 23 Int'l, Minerals --------------- 1903 400 6 --- 3 ------------ ----- ----- ---- C 1 500 Ps --- -.-- Formerly flowing
and Chemical Co. wall; reported
yield is flowing;
supplies 10
houses

753-201-1 SE NW 8 30 23 Virginia- M. R. Vaughn 1941 800 16 -. 3 Top 2-inch all 1.68 114.82 35.27 5-13-58 TIE 950 PS, --v W-410
Carolina Corp. on breather 33.67 1- 4-60 In
pipe into
casing
-2 55 NW 8 30 23 d------o-.-- --do- 1941 600 12 108 2,3 Air line gage 4.0 115.3 76.0? 5-13-58 T E 750- PS --- ------ Air line 115 feet;
58.7 1- 4-60 800 both WL pumpin;
1958 WL by
owner's gage

754-122-1 WE SW 1 30 29 James L. Crosby Well 1951 300 4 151 2?, Top 4-inch 1.5 60.0 11.5A 12-14-59 C 2 100 D .-------- WL by pressure
Pennington Drilling Co. 3 casing gage

754-123-1 8E SW 35 29 29 Polk County Herman Sloan 1959 220 3 175 2,3 l1-inch gate 2.6 55O 13.6A 9-29-59 N ..--- PS 72.5 Wgi- Lake Rosalie
valve on wall 12.3A 12-14-59 1025 boat landing
discharge

754-132-1 S SE 31 29 28 J. 5. Chastain John Spivey 1957 700 8 140 2?, op pump .5 114.2 14.72 2-27-59 T L 800 Ir .-- ...--3 column inside 10.95 12-11-59
pump discharge







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
(33 351 131 143) 1 61 o) M3 103 3303 33 3I35 f i ts) 1 334 fiii 1IT11 TriF -141 1 s1 i NT S too) .4

754-140-1 SW SE 35 29 26 Bob Stokes Crosby Well 1960 125 4 87 3 Top 4-inch 0.7 113a 9.03 2- 1-60 C L ---r- X 74.5 --... WL pumping
Drilling Co. casing 9.90 2- 2-60
754-143-1 SE NW 4 30 26 J. W. Johnson McIver Pump and 1953 215 2h 97 2,3 ----------- --- --- ----- ------- J 3 .-.. D ---- -----Supply Co.

-2 SE SW 33 29 26 Dewey H. Gardenhire Bros 1957 740 10 150 2,3 Top 10-inch .10 121.7 26.19 10-15-58 T L Ir. ---- ----
Sumers coupling an
casing
754-144-1 NW NW 5 30 26 -do-----------do- 1946 678 12 152 2,3 Acaess hole in 1.10 121.6 24.24 1-27-60 T L .-. r ---- Wgipimp base 353

754-145-1 SW NE 6 30 26 Matilda Purcell -.do---- 1946 670 10 150 2,3 ----- .---- ---- ----- --- ------- T L r --------754-147-1 NW NW 2 30 25 H. C. Conner ---a-do- 1949 254 8 --. 2?, ---------- --- ---- ----- ----- T 5 350- In, ---- -----Estates 3 400 PS

-2 NW NW 2 30 25 -------- -----d 1949 681 10- 450 3 Access hole in 1.40 116.7 23.79 3-31-55 T L Z-. qr --- WS8 pump base 23.74 12-17-59 470

-3 NW SE 2 30 25 --- do---- --------d 1951 731 12 281 3 .-- do- .75 136.8 45.29 3-31-58 T L 1,200 Ir--. Wgi44.93 12-17-59 572

754-148-1 SW NE 3 30 25 City of Bartow J. P. Whatley 1957 535 8 --- 2?, Top pump Flus 128e 40.10 5-21-58 T S .. --- P P-----eace River Park
N and Son 3 column, inside
pump discharge

-2 HE SW 34 29 25 Virginia- ------- ------------- 800- 24- --- 3------ --------- ----- ----- -----T S ----- In --- ---- Abn, capped,
Carolina Corp. 900 20 buried

754-150-1 HE SW 31 29 25 J. K. Stuart J. P. Whatley 200 6 --. 2?, --------- -- ---- --- -------- C E I ----.------- Abn
3

-2 SE NW 6 30 25 Florida State Sadler-Taylor 1956 87 4 44 2 ----------------- 110- --- ----- C E X ..-- ..--Road Dept.

754-151-1 NE SE 36 29 25 W. A. Lyle J. P. Whatley 1955 202 4 53 --.. ..----------- ---- ----- ------ J S X ---- -----2 ---- --------------- -------------- ----,-------- --- ------------- ---- ----- ----- --------------- --- ---- --------------------Number 'nec
assigned
-3 NW E 36 29 24 W. A. Lyle 0. M. Boland 1908 416 8- 4161 3 .............. ----------- ..- --. ----TL .- IT --- ------ Po-29
4

-4 SW SE 36 29 24 ---do- Whatlsy Pump 1952 622M 8 40 2,3 'op 8-inch .75 120.0 41.38 11- 5-58 N 700 Ir --- 8,0
and Well Co. casing 42.00 1- 7-59

)54-152-1 NW SE 2 30 24 Armour and Co, Layne-Atlantic 1947 188 8 79 2 ---------------- 146.19 ----- ------ T 120 in ---- w-1690 *Steam-powersd
Co. pump

-2 NW SE 2 30 24 --- do---- ------do- 1948 1,085 1- 290 3 Access hsole in .90146.83 72.21 5- 9-58? 1,220 In -. V-1801 Do
12 pump base 61.62 12-21-59

-3 NW 8s 2 30 24 -do----- ------ d 1948 830 18- 284 3 .-----do---. Plush 146.31 73.50 5- 9-58 T 5 1,200 In ---- WL8OA both WL pumping
12 74,47 12-21-59





Table 1. CUOar4ogd
W.i III~i ll Iii Is$ "Fif roC Tioi~~~ i rooirli 7-IiT -1 114 loll

754*453.4 5W 15 3 4Q 34 Armour and Cc, H, At Vouhn 1952 750 30 88 2,3 CCkOse hole In $,00 14J.8 66,55 5 1.ss ; 1,500 In*v-*Y-yy-m a$ WI. pumping
pump 0ees 67,51 13.31.s9

.5 NI IW 36 39 34 W, A, .yle C, M, Boland 19M 900 6 0 3,3 1- --. -51,, ---vv qqqr. y -. -., I r WT qT

-6 NZ BW 36 39 34 ----d 99- j. P, Wh.aley 1920 520 0 600 ,3 T IF -.,9"'.eqq ,

754-154-1 OW NO 4 30 34 Davison I.ayneAtlantic 1953 825 24 311 3 30-6-o- -- 108,01 --9- v T U 4,100 In -o' W.3007
Chesmtcal Cc, Co. 20

7541.55-1 NI1 530 34 we----dov o Virginias 1930 785 24- -o 3 oo-o*-o Y Nw -2- .... o 5 5,000 .In es o-Carolina Corp, 16
.3 511W 4 A 30 24 ......do- .-w LaynevAtlantio 1953 721 24. 330 3 3n-o . 217,70 -9 . 4,000 In *-so W-2765
Co. 20

-3 N5 W 4 30 24 do-.--- -. 1952 600 8. 316 3 -..... -...- 215,0 *N. w.... T 290 In .--- W-2742

-4 IW V 33 29 24 N.do ...... .....- -.... 1944 350 6 191 3 .........-... .... ... T 1 P.-- -a o19451

754-156-1 OW WE 6 30 24 Coronet Virginia 1929 778 20- 325 3 ............ 136.0 ..... ....... . 4,292 In ---- W-110 Abn
Phosphate Co. Machine and Well 16
0 Co.
754-159-1 IW NW 2 30 23 Int'l. Minerals ...............-...- 727 20 ..- 3 Access hole in .5 125.2 38.77 5-23-58 T I ..--. in --.- .-.---n
and Chemical Co pump base 36.51 12-21-59

-2 BE NW 2 30 23 do ...... ............... ....... ... .... ... .............. ... ..... ..... ....... . ..... In .... ....... No data available

-3 81 NW 3 30 23 Kaiser Aluminum Industrial Pump 1956 230 8 72 2,3 Access hole in 2.30121.2 32.69 6-20-58 T E 700 In -..- Wgiand Chemical Co Lump base 28.50 12-21-59 1027

-4 02 NW 3 30 23 ...-do...... ......do-.- 1957 230 4 75 2,3 .................. ....... T E ----- D, .... ....-..
In

754-201-1 NW IW 33 29 23 Burt Wells .............. 1952 80 3 40 2,3'.............. .... ..... .......- -- z-.- J -.... ......

754-202-1 NZ NE 6 30 23 .............. Howard Morrill 1947 150 3 --. 2,371op of wooden Flush 75a 3.16 4- 9-58 N ........ 72,5. ----- Abn
plus in casing

754-203-1 SW SW 31 29 23 luhock ------------ ----- 103M 4 ..- 2,31Top 4-inch .5 85.7 7.-29 6-21-57 N ..... ... .... ....... Do
casing 5.03 1- 4-00

755-131-1 NE NW 33 29 28 Alcoma Packing Barney's Pumps 1956 420 6 112 2,3 Access hole in .5 107.85 11.22 12-23-57 C 1 100 PS, ---- W-3780
Co. Inc. sanitary seal 7.90 12-11-59 in
-2 NE SW 33 29 28 ....do------ -............... ....6 ---- I? Top 6-inch 2.5 ----- 6.52 12-23-57 N In .... .......
casing

755-133-1 BE NE 25 29 27 averly Grower ................... .... 10 --. 37 End 8-inch 2.80 209.3 114.49 1- 9-56 2 L- Z......-..---Corp. discharge 110.53 12-11-59
connection





Table 1. Continued
III III Iis)s 1 lol lei 1 (7 i i l 1131 1 (141 Ila) list to rrirI 1 r !1s!s 2542 a I a
755-133-2 SW NW 30 29 28 Roy Rosell C. D. Cannon 1957 286 10 215 3 End 6X4-inch 5.2 146.5 50.01 1- 9-58 G 1,500 Ir --and Sons reducing bush- 47.60 12-11-59
ing in diacharge pipe

-3 SE NE 36 29 27 Moutain Lake Crosby Well 1959 1,390 12 228 3 ---------------- ---- ------------ T IT -- ---Corp. Drilling Co.

755-134-1 NW NE 36 29 27 Miles and C. C. Crosby 1946 960 12 243 3 Anchor-bolt Flush 233.2 123.42 12-11-59 T L Ir .... .......
Arthur Davis hole on pump
base

-2 NE NW 36 29 27 Milton Graven John Spivey 1957 668 10 380 1 --------------- --- 201 --- ------ N IV -- ----- Driller reports
only white sand
to 668 feet; Abn,
capped, buried

755-139-1 SW NE 31 29 27 R. K. Harmon A. H. Marquardt 1955 500 10 200 3 End 8-inch dis 2.7 135.1 21.07 11- 4-58 T L Ir -- -.-charge connec- 21.84 12-16-59
tion

755-142-1 NW NE 33 29 26 J. H. Bowden --------------- 40 2 30 1 .... .---------- --- ---- ------CE -- . a755-143-1 NE SW 30 29 26 C. C. Scott Winter Haven 1953 110 2 90 2 -------------- ------- ------ J 20 D ---Pump and Supply
755-147-1 NW SE 27 29 25 Virginia- M. R. Vaughn 1945 810 24- -- 3 Top steel Flush Illa 21.78 5-21-58 T E 4,000 In -- ------ WL pumping,
Carolina Corp. 20 cover plate 44.70 12-17-59 12-17-59

755-149-1 NW SW 28 29 25 Florida Light- Roy Wilt 1955 404 6 40 2,3 ----------- ---- ---------- -T Z In Wgiweight Prod. Co. 1028

755-150-1 SE NE 31 29 25 J. K. Stuart Kenneth Turley 1950 103M 2 45M' 2 Top 2-inch 1.50 106 27.40 11-10-56 N --.-. X -- -.-- Abn
coupling 24.76 11- 3-58
-2 NW NW 32 29 25 --- --- J. P. Whatley 1948 225 6- --- 2,3 Top 6-inch .50 107.5 18.35 11-10-56 J E ---- Ir .-- ----.
3 casing 13.93 12-18-59
-3 NW NW 32 29 25 --- do----- Kenneth Turley --- 73M 2 47 2 Top 2-inch 1.1 110e 25.14 11-10-56 N X----- ---- Abn
casing 23.19 11. 3-58
-4 SE SE 30 29 25 do-- J Whatley 1953 416 8 215 3 Access hole in .40 hOe 25.93 10-31-58 T E ..- D, T-- gipump bass 23.16 12-18-59 x 1029
-5 NE NE 31 29 25 --- --- C. M. Boland 1913 600 6 --- 3 -------------- ------- ---- ----- W X ..

-6 SO 8E 30 29 25 --- do--. Kenneth Turley --- 60 2 --- 2,4------------- --- ---- ----- ----- C S- D ---.
x

-7 E E 31 29 25 --- do---- -----d------ -- 65 2 --- 2,41------------------- ---- --------- --- X-- ---- Dest

755-151-1 NE SW 30 29 25 ------do ------do------ ---- ---- 4 ---- --- -------------- ---- ----- ----- -------- W X ---- -------2 NE NW 31 29 25 -.--do--- J. p. Whatley --- 600 6 ---- 21, -----------C --- --- ----- ------ 8 .-.I--- ----- Abn
3........I.. ... ... ....







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 I. Continued
Ill I) Is i ) 1e' 6) ( a) as) i0) 111)' (1ii} l13) 1141 (1io lie) *T 7i 116 19T et til 1221 1s2i 1141 ias)
757-155-5 SW SE 17 29 24 W. R. Willse --- -------------- 785 6 700 3 Access hole in Flush 263.0 179.41 11-15-56 T D ---- -----pump base 173.89 12-22-59 Ir
-6 SE NW 16 29 24 J. S. Hart R. H. Hudson ---- 53DM 8- 519K 3 Top B-inch Flust 265.9 179.08 6-17-57 N ---- IT E,G Abn
6 coupling 179.64 4- 8-59

-7 5E NW 16 29 24 ----do----- Kriska Well 1957 845 12- 250? 3 -------------- 258.30 ------ ----- T S 900 Ir ---- W-4255
Driller 10

757-156-1 5E SE 18 29 24 H. B. Callahan J. B. Rogers 1950 700 10 -- 3 End 6-inch 2.40 237.60 149.1 12-18-53 T E --- Ir ----
discharge pipe 150.30 1-22-54

-2 NE NW 18 29 24 Marvin Pipkin Barney's Pumps 1955 120 4 77 2 Access hol in .70 180.2: 21.63 6-27-55 T ----- D
Inc. sanitary seal 20.28 8-30-55

-3 SE NW 17 29 24 Walter Buehler --------------- 1941 245 4 80 2,3 ---- --------- --- -- ----8 --- D --4 SE NE 18 29 24 L. N. Pipkin Southern Pipe 1952 167 4 55 2 Access hole in .20 192.3 44.83 12-29-59 J S --.-- D ---- .-----and Supply sanitary seal

757-157-1 NW NW 18 29 24 Bunn Pipkin Bunn Pipkin 1915. 39M 16 --- 1 Top Ih-inch 1.50 180.83 11.60 5-21-54 N ---- X ---------- -Abn
1916 casing 11.03 6- 7-54

-2 NO W 18 29 24 ---- do-- --- ---------- -- 28K ,1 -- 1 Top lk-inch 1.0 11.76 11-10-53 N .- D ---- ------- Do
casing 10.40 12-29-59

-3 SW NW 18 29 24 ----- ----------- ---- 20K 6 6 1 Top 6-inch Fluh 198.35 12.98 11-11-53 P --- IT ----------- Do
casing 12.88 12-18-53
-4 NE NW 18 29 24 -----do-----.Van buyne, Inc. 1945 17M l 15 1 Top lk-inch .8 183.74 12.66 5-20-54 N .---- D -- ---Do
casing 12.75 6- 7-54

-5 NE W 18 29 24 B. Wylie enneth Turley 1958 210 4 183! 3 ------------ ---- 216.0 --- --- T I ----- D -- --6 NE NW 18 29 24 Bunn Pipkin Elmon Sherrouse 1959 229 4 160 3 Access hole in .25 185e 96.62 12-29-59 T 8- D -.
sanitary seal

-7 NW NW 18 29 24 Francis Pipkin Herman Sloan 1959 200 3 162 3 Top 2X1-inch 2.40 180 85.23 12-29-59 N D .. .-.reducing
bushing
-8 NW E 13 29 23 Ewell Concrete Roy Wilt 1957 415 6 164 3 -------------- ---- ---------- ------- T E I- ---- ----757-158-1 NW NW 13 29 23 Polk County ennoth Turlay 1955 328K 6 163 3 Air line gags 6.8 163.8 76.7 8-22-55 T Z 125 PS ---- Wgi- Air line 99 Lest
Board of Howard 2. Godwin 79.2 4-30-56 629
Education

-2 NW SW 13 29 23 City of Whatley? 1935 430M 6 157 3 .............. ------------------- T I K ... ....- .
Lakeland

-3 SE SW 13 29 23 J. D. Miller Harman Sloan 1957 95 4 53 2 Top 4-inch -1.5 150 7.42 7-12-57 T E 30 PS
casing

-4 NW NE 14 29 23 Toby Sue Urs A. 11. Marquardt 1959 490 6 -- 2?, -------------- ---- -- ---- ..---- T L I -and others 3








TeWOe 1. Cun;nu4d
10_______ 71-41 .r, ~ -71 '7 i ? I' ~ 'T".11'',~ T1" ________758122v1 IW MW 12 $9 1, 0. Bruce, IVO Dtchuee I 1155 150 6 406 Lend sIrdS v 60. 1.71 1-28-6 C S 2 0 5 W l. WS, by Flarid4
A 1035 r scteattal Burvey

.2 gWW 12 299 -..--d-a-..-- J, 9, Whbtcly 194 5690 8 160 3 TOP 8-inQ4 %e .,0 56o 8 2- 3.59 10 6 .... 0- ,
A
3,56 1;.14-59
A

756-132.1 SW W 6 29 25 J. 0, Tindel Crosby Wall 1954 250 4 120 3 Top 2-mnch 1,40 7,5 9,1A &1.13930 C .--y p 74 vv.n
Drtlini Co. nipple in Vel% 14,2A 12-10.59
discharge

.2 1W 1 1 29 28 J, 0 Tindel ---.de*. 1953 129 4 100 3 none.. . . .. ...". a ... in, .
-3 i P 6 a9 26 talk county ... ... .- -.... on.. ".. 3 mn- 3 3oinsh Goupl 1,4 79 9,7A 12010-59 N e m 11 72 eavv Lake iers
ins on easlin boat lending
75.-13-1 03 N 9 29 27 V&verly Growers A. N, aqualdt 1937 545 6o 151 3 .......... -me .128,03 Posen .*mw T 1 900 PS, .w. W-545
Corp#6 I
-2 NI 9 29 21 4...d C--w Crosby Wall 1952 630 G- 130? 3 --- ....... m w.... .......L 300 9s, new. woe*.
Drtling Co. 4 ln

751-138-1 N it 7 29 27 W, 0, Hihtower eseil Whatlay 1946 565 5 91 2?, Ind $-inch 4.00 130. 11.41 11- 7-50 T 1 500 r -..- .
3 discharge 11,85 12-16-59
connection

755-139-1 IV N 1 29 27 1. 1. Rogers 1. Vaughn 1946 612 12 91 2?, Top 1%-inch ol: 1,0 141.6 21,27 Ile 5-58 T.L 1,700 .... .......
3 an pump 604665 21,85 12-16-59
hole

718-144-1 N W 8 29 26 LUng-Lavwles Gardenhire Iros .1949 649 10- 195 3 ftash f 8-inoh 1,5 144,5 29,53 10-1558 T 1 Wgi-464
Fruit Co. I dissCalse 31,50 12-16-59
flange an pump
758-145-1 N N 7 29 26 Town of Sate J, 3. Whatlsy 1921 361 12 75 2,3 Assa hole in Flush 173.3 58.79 3-31-58 2 1 325 X 75 WVI. 10-221 temp KI on
Lake pump bass 62,72 ...-. L 428 5-5-59; WL 60.98,
12.17-591 well
originally 601
feet deep, 102
fet S 10-inh
cama;ts altaretine by LayneAtlantic Co.,
1954

758-146-1 NW N 11 29 25 0. T. Montabaul Uenneth Turley 1958 290 4 69 2,3 ................ 140.01 ... ....... J 35 It ---. W-4634
758-147-1 8 8W 17 29 25 Paul 1. Collins J. P, Whatley 1934 396 8 60 2,3 4cess hole in 50 135,0 50.59 10-22-5 2 1 .... -....-....... WL 10-22-538
pump bass 34,51 12-17-59 pumping

75i-152-1 1 83 11 29 24 Lakeland- Tyson and 1932 180 4 -... 3 ............. .... ..... ..... .......T .... ... .... .......
Highland Corp. Whatley
-2 NW 66 11 29 24 Hilltop Growers Gardenhirm Brom 1952 641 10? 3 nd 6-inc 4.75 136.9 51.19 2-22-57 T L --.- In --.- ---.discharge pipe






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--





& blo 1. CIIsliIed .118i t.l 1i01 11) 'fil F) I ii 6 if i W

713815617 SW No 7 19 2A 1,0e1*ndf T ..-.-- ... 1956 1- . -- 3 Au@V hole In I,6 197,0 115.14 5733-s6 '1 9 .'-p 0, V.-I --?-VVT W1, 105, 11,
Highland Corp. punip kbI 11.65 7q1t5-6 Ir I3r,5
-8 No5 3F 7 ;9 4 4, N, LIghlfoot Roeor? 1940 150 6 3 3 .D,

-9 IW SW 8 94 S W, Lugo go. Moron 1948 1585 4 120 3 P.vv 9991re wo-py J K '.. s P .'. Wai.

.10 NO NW 179 A4 H, 0, CISrTin Phillip Morrtill 954 143 4 76 a 9 pg. mS .. .,
ell NW NW 17 39 4 I, L, Wasson Howard X, 0od0 1950 140 4 70 3 J m pvor. j N .Pe .
.t$ OW NW 6 39 34 so. W, g, Robert Mudiio 1938 o51 10. 335 3 *pg, off., 01015 evou*fe o 4 Ve Ir poop gevolef
AIddlo g
7$.11,1 3 1 12 39 24 Fitsersid Mason Moogan 154 6M 2 -090 1 op inch Plush 2021 8,43 7. 6.4 N pev Ir vs eost 9*9P4
gemstery 0 tni 7.34 7.29-54
-2 5I5 312 29 24 --a--d.o d- 1954 2M 2 -me- I op 1.tnch 1,45 3201o 7,5 09I9.9f e ppe . .
Ripple
-3 N3 NW 7 29 24 8. N. Lightfoot Smith ...- 748 12, 206 3 -inch sase 1,15 2109 116.65 12-30-59 T Ir Wgie
t0 tap an dig" 1037
harol flange
-4 OW 53 7 29 24 Nina 0, Choleon hatley pump 1950 42M Ill --- I top 1jXlk re- ,0 191,75 18.50 IL-11-53 P .. .......
and Well Co. ducing coupling 17,95 12-18-53
-5 IW O 7 29 24 .....do----- J, P, Whatley 1950 140 4 84 2 ..............-...-- ..... ..-. ..... T ..... D .... .....

-6 SW 19 12 29 23 Davidson .............. .... ..... ... .... 3 .............. .... .... ........... N .... In .... ..... AbnI active
Chemical Co. drainage will(?)

758-15*-l NW 3W 12 29 23 J. W. Milton 3. T. Marvel 1951. 152 4 63 2 Top 4-inch .20 166,7 18,97 6-18-57 J 3 .... D ... ......
casing 17.89 11-27-57

-2 NW SW 12 29 23 W. A. Shearous .---do.--... .... 100 4 I I -.................. .... ..... ........... N .- ....... Abn, not
-3 NW BW 12 29 23 ....do .............. 1949 151 4 .... 2 ........... .... ..... ..... ....-- T 0 .. D .......completed
-4 NW SW 12 29 23 Ls D. Dantaler Southern Fipe .... 200 4 .... 27, Top 4-inch 1.0 156 82.50 11-27-57 J E D .... ....... Abn
And Supply 3 cooing

-5 NW SW 12 29 23 .--do-.-. Howard 9, Godwir 1958 360 4 166 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... T D .... ....
Kenneth Turley

-6 No NE 11 29 23 Gus Vooglor Howard I, Godwin 1959 222 4 147 3 rop of .7 146e 56.40 12-30-59 T I ... D --. .---..
sanitary seal

759-132-1 SW NE 5 29 28 C. D, MartLn Southern Pipe 1954 237 2 125 27 .............. .... ..... ....... C E D, -..- ...---nnd SuppLy 3 PS
-2 SW NE 5 29 28 0. K. hartmn .............. 1950 180 2 .--- 2?, Land surLac., a .... 78.7 6.55 11-12-58 C E --.- Di ..-. -.-.-.
3 rop 60 foot A Pg
SW of w0ll 10.3A 12-10-59






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





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Table 1.--Continued
tii gg aI, 141151 1 1 to) 101 1)till 10 1 1 1 tia il iiT -11 -- rns : "i'iTlist 1a l a141 ll

800-131-1 88 NW 33 28 28 Douglas Douglas 1950 35 2 30 1 -------------- ----- ----- ------------- C ----- -------Jennings Jennings PS

800-135-1 NW 8E 26 28 27 George C. Earle Dick Dunham 1957 496 8 399 3 End 6-inch 3.5 169.8 71.66 11-12-58 T G 700 Ir ---- Wgidischarge pipe 66.99 12- 2-59 801

-2 NW SW 35 28 27 J. E. Chastain John Spivey 1957 819 8 180 3 Edge pump 1.0 167.0 64.01 11-12-58 T L 800 Ir ---- ------discharge 59.57 12- 2-59
flange

800-138-1 NW 8W 29 28 27 Lamar Beauchamp A. H. Marquardt 1957 587M 12 105H 3 Top 12-inch .80 123.2 3.68 9-26-58 C L 1,500 Ir, ---- E,0 WL 2.69,
casing 1.34 10- 8-59 X 12-1-59

800-141-1 NE 8E 34 28 26 Eloise Woods ---.do- 1956 650 12 250 3 ---------------- ---- ---------- ---T 8 950 M ---- ------Water Works,
Inc.

-2 NE SE 34 28 26 -----do T. W. Perry 1926 534 8 117 3 Top lh-inch 1.40 175.4 51.14 8-29-58 T L 450 M --- Wginipple in 51.17 12- 1-59 600
access hole in
pump base

800-142-1 W 8W 34 28 26 C. H. Race Renneth Turley 1958 550M 6 104M 2,3 Top 6-inch .55 147.15 27.49 12- 1-59 N -.- Ir W-4551
casing 8,0

-2 NE NE 33 28 26 Jesse P. Dick Dunham 1956 205 3 118 2,3 ----- ----------- ----- ---- ---- J a --- WgiMehrlust Ir 1040

800-143-1 SW S 32 28 26 City of Gardenhire Eros. 1949 677 12- 221 3 Access hole in 1.10 148.59 28.55 12- 8-54 T ,- 1 --- W-2003
Winter Haven 10 pump base 28.82 12- 1-59 L

-2 NW 68 29 28 26 U.S. Department C. A. Dansby 1944 240 6 123 2,3 -----do- Flush 165.49 42.67 10-31-57 T 2 50 X --. W-864
of Agriculture 43.95 12- 1-59

800-146-1 NW 8W 36 28 25 Lake Region A. ,H. 1Marquardt 1954 676 10 70? 2,3 --- do--.--..3 152.15 29.84 10- 4-57 T 8 --- M --- W-3200
Development and 31.68 11-27-59 L
Investment Co.

800-153-1 SW SW 26 28 24 Howard 8. Howard E.Godwin 1947 390M 6 75H 2,3 Top 6-inch Flush 127.40 36.90 12- 3-54 N .- -- IV 75 ESg
Godwin casing 32.78 12- 7-54
-2 SW SW 26 28 24 do------------d 1.950 67M 3 42 4 Top 3X14-inch .60 126.68 5.51 12- 7-54 N 30 X --.- ---.reducer 5.49 12-21-54

-3 BE SW 26 28 24 American Layne-Atlantic 1942 1,037 24 117 3 Top 24-inch Fhlsh 118.73 21.35 1- 8-60 N 2,700 in 80 W-724 Temperature
Cyanamid Co. Co. casing 8 taken at tank;
abn, 1-57.

800-154-1 BE NE 33 28 24 Davison -d.---- ---o .1,000 24 --- 3 Edge steel Flush 139.6 47.92 12-30-4 T 8 Z.-- In 79.4 --.---Chemical Co. pump supports 45.04 2- 2-55

-2 NE NW 34 28 24 Herbert Woodard Howard 8. Godwin -..- 210 4 74 2,3 ----------- ---- --- .----- T -- D ---- -----







hlb 1 -0 14 "Ili.d AW d


800-54-3 NW NW 24 38 34 r. low4r4 9. 1odw3i 1 3 i 3 Tup -inch 0.4011iw 1?.40 6-3N-56 -.-- 0 --- ,G
MCCullough [4j ing
.4 OW NW 34 28 24 avion ..... 400 6 -- 3 ....-.. Y ... .. o. .. .- ..---- vs ---- ----.


.5 IS NE 33 38 24 1, W. Huophreyo Howard 9. Godwin1 957 189 4 73 3 .--.-. -- .----. ....... D .. ......
.6 ;N1 N5 33 28 24 M, M. Spivey Roy Wilt 1958 200 4 63 2.3 .. ---....-..- 140.. -. --.--...- 20 PS -.-- W-4775

800-155-1 NI 5 328 24 City of M. 5, Vaughn l941 1,030 30, 750 3 .--- .- . ...-- M .*.. W,503 Abn
Lakeland 15
500-156-1 NW 8 30 28 24 Leland Crews Gao, 1. Moran 1946 297M 4 190 2,3 Top 4-inch Flush 144.8 56,78 7-16-54 N .--.- Ir -- Wglc3 s ing 54,68 7-30-54 1041
-2 SE St 30 28 24 City of 04rdenhire 1956 731 20 448 3 Edes of pump 1.45 139.3 45.83 11-18-59 T I .... 14 --.. .....Lakeland base at floor

-3 NE SW 29 28 24 J, A, Williams Turley and 1957 270 4 137 3 Accse hole in .10 131.6 31,7S 11-18-59 J ...- D.., .- ---Godwin sanitary seal Ir

800-157-1 SW 54 30 28 24 City of Florida Water 1949 772 20 219 3 Access hole in .60 203.71 124,03 7- 9.56 C I M .. W-2015 Both WL pumping
Lakeland Well and pump base 115,60 11-18-59
Pi Supply-Bartow
-2 SW SW 30 2S 24 Mark Powell Gao, Moran 1948 500 4- ---- 3 .............. .... ..... .............-J 3 r .
3

-3 SEISE,30128,24 C. V. Duffie J, P, Whatley 1949 400 6- 200 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... T A 100 .--- .4 Ir
-4 USEE 30 28124 -..do ...... ............... 1949 200 3 .--- 2,3 .................. -- ..... ....... N ..... X --....

-5 NE NW 31 28 24 R, D. Vinning Wilder 1949 46 2 40 4 .............. .... -- ..... ....... J ..-- Ir ---- .--6 SW SW 30 ;6 24 Howard Snlow Roy Wilt 1951 60- 3 ... 4 ............................ ------- J Ir -.... .......
70

-7 NW SW 31 28 24 F. H. Callahan .............. 1922 500 6 .--- 3 End 4-inch 1.30 181.0 104.50 5-20-56 T ...... Ir ---- ------ WL 92.86,
discharge 102.38 7- 9-56 11-18-59
connection

800-158-1 SW NE 26 28 23 City of .............. 1956 670 12 --- 3 Access hole in 3,10 163.7 67.60 7-11-56 T E M ---- ----.-.
Lakeland pump base 58.26 11-18-59

800-159-1 SW SE 27 2 l 23 tLantic Coast Owner 1954 265 10 148 3 Top 10-inch 1,30 145.57 54.42 7-22-54 T ----- --- W-3420
Line RR casing

801-127-1 SW NE 19 28 29 Hatchineha A. It. Marquardt 1957 490 3 156 2,3 Spigut, 25 feet 2.00 54.8 15.3A 1-30-59 N 125 PS ---- ------ Yield is at
Estates Inc. east of well 18.2A 12- 2-59 free flow

-2 SW SE 19 28 29 Edgar Bowen -......do-. 1957 350 2 153 2,3 .............. .... A -....... C E 50 0, .... ....... Do
PS
-3 1SE SW 19 28 29 Cra Norton .----do-.- 1956 312 2 160 2,3 -- --------- ---- 57 A ---- N 50 U .... .....- Do




Table 1. Continued
1I) 12) (N 114) 151 IS) 1 M le 11 e 1 1 ~ On- Ill) Jl 1)5) ti ii (111 ~~~~i ii ~~71 it ) 1 IN" 1%~' 1$) la
801-130-1 NW NE 27 28 28 W. C. Eden Roy Wilt 1957 1,327 10 255 3 End 4X8 reduce 4.0 114.8 39.69 1- 5-59 T L 1,000 Ir ---- ------on pump die- 37.13 12- 2-59
charge

801-132-1 SE SW 20 28 28 James Black C. D. Cannon 1955 ---- 8 ---- 3 End 6-inch 7.0 98.1 L2.36 12- 2-59 T ---- Ir --- ------and Sons discharge pipe
outside of
house wall

801-136-1 SW NW 27 28 27 Town of Dundee -------------- 1924 540 12- 442 3 Top 3/4X2-inch ..3 125.3 14.0 5 11- 6-57 T E 500 M -. ----8 reducer in 9.46 12- 2-59
air-vent pipe
-2 SW SW 22 28 27 Jack M. Berry Sadler-Taylor 1957 650 8- 644 1 -- ----------- --- ----------- -- ---- Ir ---- ------- iell not
Co. 6- completed; all
5 sand to 644 fest, clay 644 to
650 feet

801-138-1 SE NE 29 28 27 E. L. Turner ----do--- 1957 256 4 142 3 --------------- ----- ------- ------- J E 300 PS -- ----2 -- NW 28 28 27 B. C. Hunt Kenneth Turley 1957 180 3 95 2 ---------------- 128.33 ----- ------- J E 50 PS ---- W-4493

-3 NE SE 30 28 27 Lamar Beauchamp A. H. Marquardt 19441 252 6- 135 3 ------------------ 125.0 ---- ------- J E -4
801-139-1 NW SW 30 28 27 W. H. Webb and C. D. Cannon 1946 607 10. --- 3 Access hole in .15 145.0 20.31 8-28-58 T L .- Ir -Sons and Sons 8 pump base 19.81 12- 1-59

-2 NE SE 24 28 26 Alma P. Crump Sadler-Taylor 1958 526 10 109 3 End of 8-inch 3.10 139.1 17.51 12-18-58 T L 1,700 Ir --- ---Estate discharge 15.09 12- 1-59
connection
-3 NW NE 25 26 28 Pollard Dick Dunham 1959 553 10 116 3 ------------. ---- 149e ----- ------- T --- Ir --- Wgi1042

801-143-1 SW NE 0 28 26 Tamps Electric .-------- 1923 573H 10 ISOM 3 rop of 10-inch -13.00150.9 14.07 6-28-55 N ---- M --- E Abn
Co. flange at pit 18.62 1-12-56
floor
-2 SW NE 21 28 26 City of Gardenhire Bros.1954 648 12 ---- 3 Airline gage 2.7 144.0 18.8 11-30-59 T Z 1,017 M 76 --- Air line 70 feet
Winter Haven

-3 SW 1E 29 28 26 -- -d-------------------- 1923 404? 12 162? 3 Access hole in .2 ----- 75.38 12- 1-59 T E ---- M -- ---pump base
801-144-1 SE NW 29 28 26 H. E. Ford Howard Godwin 1950 199M 3 87 3 Top 3-inch .1 150.4 27.27 10-31-57 N ---- Ir --- ---casing 28.50 12- 1-59
801-146-1 SW NW 24 28 25 Bobby Clark Herman Sloan 1955 175 2 103 3 ------------------ 150 ---- --------.. J -- D

-2 SE SE 23 28 25 Herman Drawdy Van Duyne, Inc. 1950 305 2h -- 3---------------- --------------- J E .- D -- --.801-149-1 NE SW 21 28 25 R. M. Wilkes iJeo. Moran 1950 225 3 100 3 ------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- J .--- D --- --2 NE SW 1 28 25 -..-do----- ----------- 1950 12H It --- I op I-inch 1.40 132.17 7.33 11-18-541N ----- D --- ------- Abn; WL 9.81,
asing 8.85 5-22-55 6-25-56









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2 ---- 1 ----- N 9I-0-L IE'99 90'i90 9'1 iou-9 dos Ct x43 9 I ...---- --------------.1'3"ft0 1 9 99 It UN

c5-a -c C491 lulli
---..-. ...- I- r 9 -01- wit ---- o' tpul-C dos C' 09 c MIt C961 119331H 'I '9 UoI2*4SI1 '0 't 93 93 31 PIP M 9- .. .... 'Q 1 ....... .--------.----.--------------9 09 1961 -----09------ ----P--9. 9O 1.. It PC

lut"'s jo dos
95-i-9 c-o-ll Z'v% U0 *,%IA 4opg
'IL ------- ------. N 96-c -9 99'11 59'031 Lpn0L 4*ul-% dos 1 09 Nt i1t 3961 ..---------*---- 9 9 1 13

SAIV% gave
.-*-- .-a--- 9----- A 19$-C *9 1' '---- 5I'I 4sul-41 dol 9 &6c Z 140 5361 euvo 'D A Aquwg0 'D 'A I 13 20 3U a -901-109

635011 91.9t-9 90'0, 1u ul
'J6't. U ." ...." Sa*- -.- a aN 3-sm9 35'1c 9'900 01' 4901-C dos C' a-- c X19% IC61 UIp00 '3 palM iA9*q0o PAOO'0t It 91 19 PA 9.
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*..*. do'* I- r .0-..- & ....... *-.-. 3 t...-..--...ulold spaAP 9t it 9: MN IN to
At
*0 d *- &.asI t .....6 ...- .... ........ 6- c'6 e 9 0c o 996p1 ---0....-. It It.9S 91 IN 9

A".666 Saba 0 .N 9'S t 50'0t 95'681 4M10 40016C del t ;' L c 9001 2161 o- -0p aop UIAp0 PAVACH 9t 91 31 A$ a a r .. m a -..-.. -.'.. . .. ..-..-... '! .L 99c E c 6t UtIAP 'I plAoi ...-Op..*- It It t 30 At59-11-01 03'9 lujori
Uq. -.a N -.... '- W6 96 W1E 06' 45utajl del I MRt t wtt 1561 1 o qeN 1 '1 f' lcsaqo 1 '1A it 9 It 10 AsN I-tI-100

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Table 1. Continued
111 11'1 23) 142 is) to) 17) 110 2it 201 22 222 2232 2242 (is) -" 1 117 111 :191;It: (all 1221' Ila) t161U 21
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 s 38.56 11-18-59

801-156-1 NW SE 30 28 24 Lakeland Yacht ------------- 1949 400 8 70? 2,3 ------------- --------- ----- ------- T E-- PS --- ----Club

-2 NW SE 19 28 24 Florida South- 0. 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 21 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 75? 2 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- ----- Ir ---- ------Home

-2 W SW 30 28 24 J. W. Shire Roy Wilt 1953 46 3 26 4? -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- J E 33 Ir ---- -----3 NW NW 30 28 24 A. P. Bolton --.-do- 1954 32 3 ---- 1? Top 3-inch Flush ---- 13.45 12-10-54 N --- Ir --- ----coupling
-4 NW NW 30 28 24 A. R. Carver ------------- 1949 45 2 40 4 ------------------- ---- ----- C E -- Ir -- ----801-200-1 NE SW 28 28 23 W. 0. English Howard E. Godwin --- 143M 3 128 3 Top 3-inch Flush --- 61.00 6- 4-56 0 ----- --- --- -----caging 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 J E- X -- -----Line RR Line RR 4 caning 51.86 6-15-54


-3 NE NW 27 28 23 Confidential Joy Mfg. 'nd 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,
8I0

801-201-1 S91 NW 20 28 23 R. C. Taylor -------------- 1940 300 6 ---- 3-------------------------- ----- E ----- PS

-2 W SE 20 28 23 Strouse Trailer Howard E. Godwin 1956 200 4 130 3 Top 4-inch 1.0 133.5 ---- ------- J E --- PS --- --Court Kenneth Turley casing

-3 N1 IE 20 28 23 John Schenk .-.do---- 1957 233 4 161 3 -------------- ---- 134 ----- ------ J E--- PS ..- ---.-801-202-1 NW SW 20 28 23 Chas. G. Jones -------------- ....-300 3- 180? 3 Top 3-inch -1.0 135.7 36.48 7- 6-56 J E ----'PS .-- .---2 casing
-2 N8 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 E 75 PS .... WgiStephens Inc. 598

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








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N03-l7-3 6W NO 19 ;# 39 *1lhh ana44 A I 344 O 97 *57 3 35 N 47 i' Yield 40
Noets Inc Rfrof f0-1.36-I 1 I5 15s ;I ? Oscar OoFech 0. D, CannOn 3955 450 115 3 Top of pump 1,0 94.3 5,65 if. 3-59 r I Ir ..--IF
and Sor column, inside
of djoahsise

803-134, NW 6W 1335 37 Case state WhatIey and 1957 141 109 -O 3 A4t00i hole in .3 139.5 45.31 9-36*58 7 a "T, I .
Fruit Co. Hell 6 pump basa 44.07 Il 31-59
502-135 W1 W f 333 7 J. M, LaWhorns A. ". Hudson 1941 719 5. 5709 3 *ldo *n .5 103.3 101,90 Il. 7.57 T 9 600 It ow ow"
103.36 3. 3.58

-1 oW OW 14 3 17 Arthur Jacobson C. A. DanOby 1949 725 10. 9-- 3 -.w-w-d .90 156.3 66.75 13- 31.9 T1 1,300 I1f .00

00-136-1 IV SW 13 337 RaoS 37 Co-op. 0o, Daneby t943 737 10 105 3 Ind of Slonah 4.3 153.9 77.30 3. 3.59 T 1,000 r wool...
discharge
connect ion

.3 Ns 1W 13 so 37 0. u. lubush 3ay a ,os, 1957 630 It 300 3 botson edge of .70 193.5 104.60 13. 3-57 T I, posse If own 119...
pump bals 98.78 I3- 3.59
-3 NW 16 15 3s 27 a. 9. Rubueh wndo3- 1950 654 10# 5097 23 .......... .... 204 ....... T --o It -v-- WaL
and John 6 1043

802-137-1 5U 3W 16 25 27 Town of Lake swastika 1926 405 8 121 3 Air line gae 1.3 1235.5 16,5 11- 7-57 T 500 H 79 ..... Yo-23
Hamilton service Corp 13.0 12- 2.59 L
-2 i3 5W 16 28 27 d. do....o.-......do. 1926 415 8 120 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ........ N -.-.. N --.- ....

802-139.1 N NW 19 28 27 Lake Region Dick Dunham 1959 400 6- 315 3 'op 6-inch Flush 128 5.53 10-29.59 N --- ,- Ngi- Abn
Golf Club 4 seeing tr 1044
.2 -2 NW 19 28 27 ....do ...... ......do.. 1959 395 5 107 2,3 Top 8-inch .8 125.5 3.55 12. 1-59 N PS, W-5098
losing Or
.3 NW 19 28 27 ..-..do ......-......-do--- 1959 200 2 107 2,3 ................. 125.5 ..... ....... N -.. 0 -.. ..

802-143-1 SW NZ 21 28 26 City of Oardenhire Bros,1954 593 12 147 2,3 Air line gage 2.3 147.05 19.4 11-30-59 T E, 927 M 76 W-3305 Air linu 70 6'ot
Winter Haven L
-2 SW NE 21 20 26 -...do .......... do----- 1954 816 12 138 2,3 --.--do.- 2.'il44.25 17.2 11-30-59 T E 920 M 76 W-330b DO
-3 SW NE 21 28 26 --do------ -----do------1954 642 12 ... 2,3 -----do----.2,3 145.11 23.2 11-30-59 T E 972 N 76 W-3307 Air lint, 60 Ce..
-4 NW SE 16 28 26 Florence Citrus Dunham Well 1957 345 4- 201 3 ---------------- ----- ----- ------ E 80 D ..- WgiCrowers' Asen, Drilling Co. 3 769
-5 NW 5E 17 20 26 Now Ice Co. C. A, Daneby 1946 615 12- 191 3 op pump 1.55 161.1 37.87 11-35-59 T I -.-.- In, ---- W.101
10 4olun inside PS
discharge

-6 ..W SE 1720 26- Chose 1920 480 1- 130 2,3 --------------- ---- --- ---- C E .- In, -- "--- Ahn
8 PS






Table I. Continued
RIf I III 141 1 l )I III 53 10) III III 053 1141 ist iet 111 171 1l0 131) 1II '13 3

802-143-7 NE SE 17 28 26 Birdseys Foods C. A. Dansby 1946 609 12 209 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- T E 1,320 In ---- W-1389
Inc.

802-144-1 NW SE 18 28 26 J. G. Hollmeyer A. H. Marquerdt 1940 550 8 ---- 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- T E 800 D, W-518
In

-2 SW SE 17 28 26 U. S. Dept. of Sadler-Taylor 1959 512 6 105 2,3 -------------- ---- 16- ----- ---------- 400 D, W-5443
Agriculture Ir

802-146-1 NE SW 13 28 25 City of Layne-Atlantic 1956 601 12 15 3 Top 2-inch 1.5 151.65 32.85 12- 1-59 T 5 1,500 M ---- W-4075
Winter Haven Co. breather pipe

-2 NE SW 13 28 25 -------- -----do------ 1956 640 12 155 3 -------------- ---- 152 ---- -------- 1,600 M ---- W-3851 Dest

-3 NW NW 24 28 26 Kenton T. PawitIC. D. Page 1928 245 6 200 3 -------------- ---- 143.6 ----- ------- N .-- Ir ---- -------- Po-17; drainage
well

-4 SW NE 24 29 26 A. E. Harrison -------------- 19201 205 4 ---- 2,3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- N ----- Ir ---- -------- Drainage well

-5 SE NW 24 28 25 Clinton Houston Dick Dunhan 1956 186 3 106 2,3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- --------J E -.--. ---- Wgi1045
*6 SW SW 13 28 25 0. M. Grubba ------do------ 1955 179 2 88 2,3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- J E ----- D .... ...

-7 NW NW 24 28 25 J. E. Mincey John Carr 1955 200 2 90 2,3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- J E ----- D ---- -------8 NW NW 24 28 25 Frank D. Mathis ------do------ 1956 210 2 91 2,3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- J E ----- D ---- --.-.-802-149-1 NE NE 20 28 25 Davidson ------------------- 1614 2 59M 2,3 Top 10X2-inch .40 128.87 20.60 3-17-55 N- ---- G Abn
Chemical Co. reducing 19.78 4- 7-55
coupling

-2 NE NE 20 28 25 d---------------------- ---- 14 1 10? 1 Top 1 -inch 1.20 129.48 7.24 3-17-55 N --- D ---- ------- DO
casing 6.78 4- 7-55

-3 NW NW 21 28 25 Charles Race A. H. Marquardt 1939 400 6 96 2,3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- T E 700 Ir ---- -------4 SW NW 21 28 25 Techatterer Oil ------do------ 1955 970 10- 615 2,3 Top 10-inch 1,13 130.00 17.37 6-28-55 - ----- X ---- W-3633 Abn
Development Co. 8 coupling 14.07 11-27-59

-5 NE SW 24 28 25 Glen Abbey Howard E. Godwir1956 154M 3 67 2,3 Top 3-inch .25 ----- 26.17 2- 3-56 - ----- PS --.- ------Memorial casing

802-150-1 NE NW 18 28 25 Charles Rhoades -------------- 1953 52 2 ---- 2 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- C E ----- D, ---- ------x
-2 NW SE 18 28 25 Joseph Nemuth Van Duyne, Inc, 1950 255 4 40 2,3 Top 4-inch .45 115.96 10.06 11-17-54 C L .--- Ir ---- ------casing 9.52 12-21-54

-3 SW NE 19 28 25 Davidson --------------- 1930 150M 6 37M 2,3 Top 3-inch 1.30 118.96 11.29 11-18-54 N ----- --- ----- E, Abn
Chemical Co. nipple in 11.67 12-21-54
casing plus

-4 NE NW 20 28 25 d------ --------------- ------6 16 ---- 1 rop 1 -inch 1.60 124.2 3.95 11-18-54 N .-- Ir ---- -------- Do
coupling 6,25 6-25-56








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1921

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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


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1ablv I. C--ntinUed-. T. A.., I..Ii tc1411)[i 1151)- 113 1141 1II 1141 (7M 1181 15)to lot) 1501 Ila) 1141, Its)
802-151-14 sW;8w18 28125 Carl Crosby Howard E. Godwin 1955 265 4 45 2,3 Top 4-inch 1.00 116.92 17.21 3-22-55 N ---- Ir ---- ------casing

-15 NWSW 18128!25 Marvin Starling -------------- 1945 29 1k 20 1 End of 2-inch 1.20 116.80 15.29 3-17-55 N --- Ir ---- ------. WL 15.45,
nipple 14.45 5-22-55 6-25-56

-16 NWSW 18 28 2 --do---------------------- ----25M 2 20M 1? Lip of 2-inch .50 ---- 14.45 3-17-55 C L ----- Ir, ---- ------tee x

-17 NW NW 18 28 241Mr, Page ------------- ---- 46M 1 21 2 Pitcher-pump 4.40 115.51 12.26 5-23-55 P ----- D ---- ------- Dest 9-55
valve, seat

-18 NE NW 18 28 25 Hubert Denney Cecil Argue 1955 93M 3 41 2 Top 3-inch .40 114.5 4.63 10- 5-55 N ---- D ..-- ------casing 11.20 6-19-56

-19 NE NW 18128 25 H. W. Deeds Howard E. Godwin 1955 115M 3 66 2,3 Top 3-inch 1.75 113.25 9.45 10- 5-55 N ... D ---- E
casing 13.52 6-26-56

802-152-1 SW NE 13 28,25 R. W. Giles A. 1. Williford 1954 57M 2 35 2 Lip of 2-inch 1.20 109.69 8.55 9-24-54 C L ----- Ir ---- ------all 8.59 10- 7-54

-2 SW NE 13128.25: -- --do------ -------------- 1948 60 16 .--- 2 8.---5---9---. ---- .---- .---- ..----- J E .---- D ..-- -------3 SW NE 13:28 25 -----do------ -------------- .... 244 lk ---- 1, Lip of l1-inch 2.2C 109.20 7.67 9-24-54 C L ----- Ir ---- ------ Reported flowing
2? ell 7.73 10- 7-54 until 19481
WL 9.30, 10-27-54

-4 NW NE 18 28.25:-----do ---- -------------- ---- 14M 1st ---- 1, Lip of 1's-inch Flush 109.6 7.57 9-27-54 C L ----- Ir ------------ Reported flowing
2? tee 8.06 10- 7-54 until 1949-50

-5 SW Ni 13 28 25 ------do------.Howard E. Codwin 1954 204 4 44 12,3 Top of 4-inch 1.0 109.59 12.00 6-26-56 C L --- Ir ---- -----ell

-6 SW NW 242824R. H. L .wi ----- 35 ---- 2 ------------------109 ----- -------- J E ----- D ------------ Reported formerly flowing well
-7 SW NW 24 28 24 -----do----.Whatley Pump 1952 85 3 30 2,31Top 3-inch .50 109.31 9.08 6-27-55 C L- Ir --- ------- L 2.14,
and Well Co. casing 9.68 6-25-56 10-27-59

-8 'SWiNW 24 28 24 ------do------ R. 1 Lewis 1952 51M 2 39M 2 Top 2-inch Flush 109.31 7.95 11-17-54 N ---- Ir ---- --casing 8.10 12-21-54

-9 ;NE SW 13 28 25 T. F. Palmer T F. Palmur 1949 60 2 50 2 ------------- ------------------------ 0 E ----- D ---- -------10 1NE SW 13 28 25 ----do------ Howard E. Godwin 1954 65M 3 55M 2 Top 3-'inch 1.00 110.22 9 18 10- 8-54 C L 60) D, 75 W-3422 Cuttings
casing 12.65 6-25-56 Ir collected by
author; WL 2,34,
11-24-59

-11 NE SW 13 28 24 J C. Ellerbee ------------ 1920 ---- 2 ---- 2? -------------- ---- 110a ----- -------- C L Zr- I ---- ------- Reported flowing until 194950

-12 NE SW 13 28 24 -----do---..J. E. Ellsrbee 1919 50 2 30 2? -------------- ---- ----- ----- CE ---- ...-..










91 A it .. .. 11. .. ... .... .i .. ... ... -.

80153-13 N1 SW I 31 34 4, J. P0h10IY, 000, Not#" 1953 153 6 "" .. ....".". "" ...... ."..." C 4 "" .. '"1
Jr

-14 N1 Ow 34 35 34 1. C, William. 0, 01110m- 1943 46 1k 30 3 109,3 "' CI *.. C 9 "f

-13 s SW W 35 3W "" 30 3 3.. $ Top 9l1%Lvinch 1,0 ttl.l1 13,74 31755 -N Irl WL 13,51,
1 duper 15,1 5.311-55 x 6915-16

-10 No OW 3M 3134 ..".do,"... Van Duyns, Inc, 1947 130 4 W0 3,3 ...... 110,9 *"o" a L "3 r .
-17 1W 1W 13 55 34 1, A. sterlins 1. W. Fussell 1954 4 W 3 IO 1,3 TP vIQnsh ,50 109,06 N v "oo. r *to we q. W4 13,37,
*0 1 W 14,03 5.1V3) 0.5.

.15 01 1W 1 31 4 L, P. VigIds Howar4 0, Godwrl 1955 175 4 35 a,$ Top el ostng .5113.33 16,07 5.631.5 0 L ... :1 O.
Gsveroplato 14,03 6.1795s

-19 19 SW 13 28 24 ...-do- .. ".... 1900 35M 2 05 4? Tp 1inch .50 112.32 10.07 5-155 N ..- Wr 14,31,
Gain& 14,00 6.37-55 6.25.56

-20 95 OW 13 38 24 A. J. Dohany, ..... o -........ ......7 1h 25H 2 Top pitcher 3.25113,63 17,28 5.21.55 p .. D .. ....... Abn
Jr. pump body

-21 53 55 14 28 24 0. leader Howard 3. Godwit 1955 100 3 43 2,3 op 3.5flch .50 109.7 15,09 0 0 ....
LI1 aoupling 3,70 11-17-59
-22 1 5t 14 224 .. do ...... .....4 1955 100 4 44 2,3 ................. 109.3 ..... ....... T In ... .......

802-153-1 IW E 15 28 24 Ed. Harnandas Roy Wilt 1952 52 2 42 2 .................. ..... .......-- J ----. --.- .-2 NW NW 23 2 24 .............. .................. 11 l .... Pitcher pump 1.62 117.24 7.70 6. 4-54 1 -- D ... Abn
Volvo seat 6,1 6-18-54

-3 SW KW 23 29 24 S. J. Hnnacy, ............... .... 23 th 18 1 op 1'-inch .85 128.50 1J19 3 D .-.- ---.-.comming 19.25 -21-55

-4 NW SW 14 20 24 Lakland Layna-AtlantIc 1951 660 10 ---- 2?, .................. ..... ..... ....... T 320 n .... .......
Tanning Co. Co.

-5 HE 8E 15 28 24 Cattleman's Goo, Moran 1949 190 3 ---. 2? .............. ......... ..... ....... J PS, .... ......
Livestock 3 X
action Market

-6 S 65 15 28 24 H. W. Kolp -......do. 1945 57M 2 --- 2, rop 2-inch -1.0 124.0 20.80 12-30-54 F --- D 76 .-- Abn,6-56
3? casing 21.94 6-26-56

-7 8o BE 15 28 24 L. Bradley Howard E. codwin1954 130 2 56 2,3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... J I D .
Span

-8 BE sE 15 28 24 ..do................... .... 29M Ik ..-- 2 Top lk-inch 1.00119m 19.02 1- 3-55 N .. D ... ....... Abn,1-3-55;
easing buried

-9 NW BE 14 28 24 W. S. Elfresh could 1946 24H 4 -.- 2 rop 4-inch .10 108.67 8.04 9-23-54 P .... ........ port flowing
sphalt 9.97 10-11-54 until 1951





Table 1. Continued
1) 111)1 31 is) is) 171 (6) is) I Ito) I'll 1121 1101 ((41 11 11 161 U 1T 8ii 19 a tel ts i (23 (3-4 (30

802-153-10 NW SE 14 28 24 Mildred Tonkel Howard E. Godwin 1954 100 3 40 2,3 --.-.----- ---- ----- -.. ---- J E ---- D -.- -----11 NW 8E 14 28 24 ----- d-do ----------- 1934 80 lk ---- 2? ------- -- --- ----- ------ N -- D --- --- Dest,5-54

-12 SW SE 15 28 24 L. J, Lovett ---------1951 46H 14 453 2 Top Ik-inch 0.30 127.76 25.32 3- 4-55 N D---- ------ Abn
casing 25.70 4- 7-55

-13 SW NE 15 28 24 C. E. Thompson ----------- 1930 38M 3 35M 4 Top 2-inch 1.30 123.00 24.02 3-11-55 N ----- r --- ------nipple 24.03 4- 7-55
-14 SE NE 22 28 24 Hammond Turner -------------- 1946 400 8 --- 3 ..............------------------------ T L Ir ----- --------15 NW SW 14 28 24 Lakeland ---- -------------- 31 14 28W 2 Top 1k-inch FLash 111.0 20.37 5-21-55 P .- D --- ------- Abn
Tanning Co. coupling 16.68 6-26-56
802-154-1 NW 5E 16 28 24 Lakeland Lakeland 1940 40 1k ---- 1 -------------- ----- ---------- J E ------In ---- ---Cement Co. Cement Co.

-2 NW E 16 28 24 do------------d -- 1949 40 2 -- 1 ------------- ----- 142 ---- ------- J E- In ---- -------3 SW SW 15 28 24 Jackon Jackson 1948 68- 1k -- 1? Top 1k-inch .40 135.50 7.14 6- 3-54 J 2- D --- ----70 casing 6.36 6-18-54
-4 SW SW 15 28 24 S. J. Honnecy A. I. Williford 1954 50 2 --- 1. ---------- ---- ----- ----- ----.--J E -.- D --J' Sr.

-5 SW NW 22 28 24 Sam Moore --- ---------- ---- 21M 1k ---- 1 Pitcher-pump 3.20 144.40 4.62 12- 3-54 P --- D ---- ------- Abn
valve seat 5.56 5-17-55
-6 SE NW 15 28 24 s. J. Ruther- ------------- 1939 199m 4 120 3 Top 4-inch .50 133.19 29.03 11-24-54 N -- -- .---ford casing 29.88 12-22-54 Ir,
PS
-7 NE SW 15 28 24 Alex Mueller J. D. Williams 52W 3 48M 2? Top 3-inch .60 133.62 13.78 3-11-55 N ---- Ir ..-. ..-.casing 13.63 4- 7-55
-8 SE NE 16 28 24 W. E. Sullivan W. E. Sullivan 1950 12M l 21 1 op 1 -inch .50 145.76 3.70 3-14-55 N Ir ---- ------- WL 4.20, 6-28-56,
casing 3.73 5-17-55 well plugged?

'9 SW NE 16 28 24 L. D. Calhoun L. D. Calhoun 1953 34M 2 32 1 Top 2-inch .253149.73 9.21 5-14-55 N Ir -- ----casing 9.07 5-17-55
-10 SE NW 15 28 24 L. J. Schinner- Libby-Freeman 1949 319 4 119 3 Top 4-inch 1.00 129.42 28.85 3-15-55 N 50 D, W-2259
er coupling Ir

-11 NW SW 15 28 24 ----------------------- ------- 41M 1k 40 1, Pitcher-pump 1.65134.49 9.34 5-17-55 P Ir --- ----4? valvd meat 11.24 6-28-56
-12 0* 15 28 24 Vernon Todd ---------------- 22M 2 15H I Top 2-inch 1.0 131.18 11.33 5-10-55 N I -- ----- .----*enter
casing 10.92 5-17-55
-13 NW SW 15 28 24 S. J. Ruther- A. I. Williford 1956 85 3 40 2 Lip of 2-inch 1.80 134.0 13.61 6-28-56 0 L Ir -- ---ford union 6.03 11-17-59












Table 1. 006U 44 i-7- -ff
7ebls ~ 1u-lU~ -, "-1.-d !1- 14!r -ic -i- m ~ i rn--o

8o3.694'l4 SW 0 1063 34 Barney's Pump$ 5ernoy'C Pumpe IO56 145 6 73 3,3 -..5 ... g I Wit? All coandislee
loc, Inc, $046 in$ supply well

,IS IW No 16 38 34 ..d ... -"" ...." 1956 s0 4 1- W Clsssd'oyacsm
1047 dr50ass well
(or 10-154-t4

603.155,1 sw W 16 0s 34 City of IlOvons 5944 746 30. 160 3 Top of me96l 1,1 15.1 31.93 11-33.59 T 1 1,0500 N .. WSL; W, puestos
Lakeland southern CO. 20 bel 1045

.2 n 1 17 28 24 Ln, Open Lon, capen 1954 73 3 40 t4 C I .ne Ir w-ve
.3 Xv 51 17 28 24 1. T, S. T, 153 7P 3 30 1,4 -.-.---..-.- ... -. C I .-.- .. --. ..---BarintAson Barrington

.4 NW it 17 38 24 J. V, fossm Howard 1, Godwiv 196 130H 4 50 3 Top conete 1.0 1358 35,57 3-14.56 T I -*-- If --
pump bass

102-156-1 lW I'W 17 28 24 Lakeland Lakeland 1953 12 36 12 1 Top 36-inah flus 137,20 4.73 6- 4-54 J 9 ... In 73 CoseSO pipe
Cement Co. Cement Co. sooing 5.01 7- 6-54 $s::ng, gravelpecked

-2 NWi5 18 28 24 A, F, Jett 0, T. Harre11 1952 115 2 60 2 .............. .... ..... .... ........J 0 72.3 ..--3 W N 17 28 24 Gordon 3roe, Barney's Pumps 1955 163 4 137 3 ......-.-...-- .... ..... ..-.- -..... J I ... In .-.- ...Concrete Inc.

.4 us Nw 9 25 24 First Methodist -.-..do 1954 270 8. 208 3 ............. .... 194.83 ..... ....... T I In .. W-342L
Church 6

.3 o3 *w 17 28 24 Radio Station Van DuynO, Ino. 1953 141 4 71 2,3 .............. .... ..... ..... ...... J I -.... X .... .....
WIAK
.6 51 3W 17 28 24 .-.d...... ......do-. 19530 61 3 42 4 .................. ..... ..... ....... N In ... Abnj plugged

.7 51 NW 18 28 24 L. 9. Amidon .............. 1915 15M 2 1BM I Top 2XI-inch Fluoh177@ 8.30 3- 4-55 N If .... .......
reducer

8 39 W 18 25 24 ..--.do-. L. z. AmidOn 1945 25 2 Is 1 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... C I .... .......

-9 141 SW 17 28 24 Lakeland Howard 1. Godwin1956 ,3lH 3 45 2 Top 3-Inch 4.90 135. 17.82 7- 7-56 N -.. X ---- ----.. Drainage well
Builder's Inc. coupling for closedsystem air
conditioner

802-157-1 SW NI 13 28 23 Florida Power Curtie Dansby 1946 703 10- 308 3 k-inch conne- 2.20213.00 106.85 11-19-59 T 1 600 In 78 W-1388
and Light Co. 8 tion on
discharge pipe
-2 NX OW 13 28 23 Atlantic Coast .... ......... 1926 578 12 -- 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... T I ..... In --. .-Line RR

-3 MWd 51 13 28 23 Hann Bros. Inc. J. Hilliard 1910 804 8 200 3 Top concrete 1.1 208.87 102.90 7- 6-56 T I I.n -- --- Abn and dest,
pump base 19571 Po-11

.4 8E BE 13 25 23 Paramont Perry? 1925 390 12 .... 3 ---- ---.- ---- --.---- T E 300 X --- -theatreo




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*













Table l I lns3ilcd- i 110 IM -n4r 11111 M 111111

N05.59-S SW t4 36 53 fwbIta Super W. 0, Rsers 151 635 6 5.54 3 &seeas bos S 0.50 150 56,76 7v 6-56 9 woV If, P0 qwq.t.
Morke t POp bass 5.91 1110059 X
502.3004 MW I 5Is 33 petS Arms Nerton Wr4 1953 350 6 k03 a -v-Nww" -vo- 135,6 9--v-- I I Us ?I *- V4737
103015 sU 310 te 13 Olty of Vlorida Water 1957 649 5 125 3 13-- 138,4 --- --w I I .... In vvv Vale Tenet slrsic
Lakeland Ui APd Supply 5049 reeds ie,
103.0145 IS AS 11 333 IS .0. WhitorlId key Wils 1955 40 3 .0 3 ...... a L If. ve 6-....
802-303-1 OV N 13 36 23 5 A, Carral1 1. A. Carroll 1956 110 3 68 3? ..Of" I D .
4 OW N19 1 3 ....d oode--* ...."Rode-. 193 56 4 42 c -.-.-.. .. .. ...L I
-3 W o 19 t 23 -- 1956 51 3- -- 2 Ltp of 32 1,10 --- 4.14 5-16.56 a 11 --0 -- -.
3 Loch reducer

803-133-1 M IW 15 21 28 A. 0, Roots and 0 D, Cannon 1956 G21 Is 110 3 End of S.Lnch .0 96.4 10.26 Is 2.59 T L 1,600 11 0 .. --..e
others and ones discharge
soupltnu
803-34-1 INd 133 2 27 tok@ Hamilton A. N. Marquardt 1939 600 1 93 3 ... .... .... 100.66 -..... .-- T 0 1,450 I . .-. W445
Cooperative In.

-2 9 313 14 28 37 V. 5. Jones Caeil Whatley 1947 504 1 100 3 End of $-inch 5.3 130.0 40.45 1. 2-59 T L --*-- T .... ..-.diueshrge pipe

-3 33 3 11 23 37 Dale Haskins Dick Dunham 1959 526 10 105 3 Top of pump 5.0 125.9 30.46 8-13-59 T L 1,200 t .. Wgie
column, inside 37.83 12- 2-59 1050
pump discharge

803-135-1 NW N 14 28 27 Alex Warren Sr. C. D. Cannon 1957 ....... ... 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ...... 0 .. -... .......
and sons

303136-1 V N 10 28 27 0. Wylie -----do-. 1955 592 12 197 3 Discharge 1.5 174.0 86.48 11- 6-57 T L 1,000 It .... .......
clangs on 81.31 12- 8-59
pomp

503-137-1 WI 53 9 26 27 M. A. Holmes Geo, 3. rain 1946 561 10 165 3 Access hole in 1.0 163.9 55.27 11-12-57 T L 500 T --- W-1416
pump base 51.13 12- 9-59

-2 53 Id' 9 25 27 Roy Taylor Saddler-Tayler 1956 440 10 170 3 .............. .... ..... ....... T L 1,000 I .... .......

603-1434 i 33 8 28 26 se and Rate 0. 3. Brainard 1947 505 10' 175 3 Access hole in .3 133.55 8.96 10- 2-57 T L 500 X -.-. W-1487
Inc, pump bass 8.96 11- 3-59 3

.2 NW OW 16 2 26 A. C, Cox A. Marquardt 1957 305 4 90 2,3 ................ 133a ......- -. J 3 150 76 --- W-5353

03-145-1 IV NI 12 28 25 Geo. Hinkle Kenneth Turley 1954 215 4 87 2,3 ................ 145 ..... ....... . 50 P3 76.5 W-3444
.2 N VW 7 28 26 V.. Stefanski ------do .... 155 4 101 3 ................. 155.06 ..... ....... 1 ---- PS .... W-2925

803-146-1 33 IW 12 28 25 W. H. Schulte, C. D. Cannon 1946 750 10 200 3 roes@@ hole in .20 142., 28.25 -7- 9-58 L 900 It ---- --Ji. end Sons pump base 25.12 11- 3-29




























Tells 1. Continued
SII) lIaII 5' ale 141 171 161 51 1101 1111 ai WiTl 1141 rir -rirs it Iil ilaaF III li ii'ta to
803-146-2 NW NE 14 28 25 Browning and Kenneth Turley 1952 225 2k 91 3 -------------- ---- 163.12 ----- -------. J E 20 PS ---- W-2720
Scarborough

-3 SE NW 13 28 25 W. H. Schuls ------do------ 1958 996 8- 180 3 Access hole in Flush 154.0 30.56 9-26-58 T E 500 Ir .--- .--.--6 pump base

-4 NE 8 11 28 25 Clifton James Clifton James ---- 25M 2 21 1 Top 2-inch 1.2 ----- 7.52 10-13-59 N ----- 0 ---- ------coupling

-5 NE SE 11 28 25 ---- do------ Sadler-Taylor 1959 143M 2 87 2,3 Top 2-inch 1.0 32.44 10-15-59 N ---- D ---- ------casing










803-147-1 SE NW 10 28 25 Adams Packing C. A. Dansby 1946 639 12 168 3 -------------- ---- 146.28 ----- -------T E In W-1060
Assn.

Ul: -2 BE NW 10 28 25 --d--do----- ------do------.1949 701 20 ---- 3 -------------- ---- 147.84 ------------- T E -- In ---- W-1875

-3 SW NW 11 28 25 City of R. M. Perry 1910 248 10 ---- 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- -------C E ----- M ----
Auburndale



-4 SW NW 11 28 25 ------do------ C. A. Dansby 1944 616 12- 250 3 Access hole in 1.6 169.29 46.38 11-23-59 T E 1,140 M --- W-872
10 pump base









bsb I C.OnOInled
..2),....&~~Arl "(11Fi--....-.--l----- --- ---7 -- -- ----i -- -- -- -- -----------o-O -----603-147-ll SW II g 3 x 8 35 Ismote Mod rdoonhire 5rus. 1946 675 821 397 ... -- --.- 1' .,00 In t-91 Wa70o Goneroi floor
Corp. I Is 144.30 fval
14

3 NW oijs go 85 d --v-do--r- 1951 617 30 168 3 Aecess hall n 0t40o 41.4 21.75 1817:54 7 1 v i.v In v. W. WI, pumping,
pimp base 15.00 1155 Al 1511i 1
I WI. 23,04,
11,3059

'23 NW;N 2 3$ d"d. 1958 627 1 .... 3 A..4 .10 t40,7 13,13 181,1154 T 5 eme In
116,3 3. 9.55
,t4 NW 0N1.5 Wa3s .d d 1953 603 "5 3 .do .e" .30 140,0 30.96 13-1.54 Ti mIn .......
I I 15.38 11.30 59 1
-15 MR 55 10 3835 city of Morrill Well 1959 633 10. 376 3 Top 3/4-inch 1,35 -- 44,34 11.23-57 N .. ..
Auburndale and Pump Co. Is coupling on
breather pipe

803-148-1 Ng 1o 9 20 25 ...C.do-...... C A. Doneby 1948 388 6 .... 3 .............. .... ...... ........ T Ir.......

.2 NZ NZ: 9 28125 0. D, Chandler OeO. Moran 1949 182 3 60 2,3-- J .....- ., .. ..-.
Zr
.3 NW,89 9 2825W. J. Mardimsn Turner and 1944 157 2 .... 2,3- -.-- .... .--- ----..- J 3 .-.. 0 .. ..-.-Koran

-4 'sg NW 10 28 25 Robert Strick- Howard Godwin 1955 167m 3 70 2,3 Top 3-Inch .60 ..-- 22.25 6-23-55 N --0,
I land casing Ir

-5 Ng 9 9 28 25 0. A. Dotson Roy Wilt 1954 160 3 63 2,3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... J 10 PS .... W-3389 Top concrete
I base is
145.63 feet eeL

-6 NW SW 10 28 25 David R. Webb Kenneth Turley 1956 270 4 83 2,3 ................ 133 ..... ....... T I ... r .. W-4050 Top concrete
base is 133.59
feet mol

-7 81 ME 9 28 25 W. CArriaer Roy Wilt 1957 167 3 63 2,3 ..............-..- 140.57 ..... ....... J 3 20 D, ---- W-4215
PS

803-149-1 S NW 9 28 25 da Guthrie .............. .... 300 4 .... 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... T -...- 1
-2 Ht -.W 9 28 25 .....do----. C. A. Dansby 19431 500 10- 145 3 Access hole in Flue 151.98 32.31 12-14-54 T L Ir .... .......
S pump base 32.97 6-28-55
-3 SW NW 9 28 25 H. Slakman Red Rodgers 1947 ---- 107 -... 3 .--do 30 155.79 35.41 12-14-54 T L In .... .......
41.06 3- 9-55

-4 SW 9 28 25 C S. Davidseon .............. 1929 160 3 .... 2 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... J D -3?

-5 ME SW 9 28 25 8. J. Wilson Van Duyne, Inc. 1951 192 3 507 2,3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... J E ..........
( Zr




Tabia 1. Continued
11T1) 1 is) is)I li I 1 ) 1 it) till (141 list lie) I li) 9 t.ali.l its) s -ts

803- L49-6 NE SW 9 28 25 S. J. Wilson S. J. Wilson 1943 30 2 20 1 ------------- -- --- --- ---- N --- D .-- --.---7 NE SW 9 28 25 ---d-----------do---- 1937 30 1k 15 1 Top 1%-inch 0.70 146.26 7.90 11-18-54 N --- D----- ----- Abn; well dry,
casing 10.50 5-23-55 6-25-56



-8 NE SW 9 28 25 John L. Geo. Moran 1952 190 3 83 2,3 ---------- ------ ----- ------ J --- D -- -DeLosier

803-150-1 N S INS 18 28 25 B. M. Johns S. M. Johns 1951 50 1 457 2 -- --------- ---- 119.49 ----- ------- C S .- D --- .-.-2 SE SE 8 28 25 Abbie Austin Hare (Mr.) 1953 72 1k ---- 2 --.-------- --- -- -0 F --.. D, .-. .--is
-3 SE SW 8 28 251James A. Russ James A. Russ 1948 58 11 48 2 Top 11-inch .50 123.21 7.40 5-10-55 N ----- WL 8.47,
casing 6.27 5-23-55 6-26-561 dest

-4 SE SW 8128 25 1. S. Poster; Howard E, Godwin 1950 168 3 60 2,3 ----------- ---- ---- ----- -----.- J ----- In --5 NW NW 17128i25,U.S. Geological Stewart and 1955 13H 110 13 4 Top 11-inch 3.70 120.4 .38* 8-18-5. N --- 0 .--
Survey Mills casing 3.06 9- 1-55

Ut -1 NW NW 17 28 25 -----do----- Stewart 1955 3M 1k 3 1 --- do----.4.05 120.4 1.62 9-13-55 N --- -------. .23 ,9-23-55

803-151: 3W NE 12 28 25W. P. Alford eOO. Morin 1948 75 3 27 2 Top 11-inch 1.40 118.00 11.10 6-26-56 C L ---- Ir 74.5 -casing

-2 SW NE 15128 25 ---do-----..----do----- 1950 170 3 20? 2,3 Top 3-inch .55 117.19 14.90 5-23-55 C L .- Ir -- --casing 13.27 6-28-55

-3 SW:NE 15 28 25 d------do --- ---------- 1948 29M k ---- I Top pitcher 1,0 116.42 8.50 12- 1-54 P --- I ...pump val seat 10.90 6-26-56

-4 NW SW 7128'25.V. R Roberts -------------- 1948 65 1 ---- 2 -------------- --------- ---- ------ C --- D .-5 NW SW, 7 28 25 ----do------- F W. Fussell 1954 69M llj 41M 2 Top 2-inch .70 115.55 4.08 9-27-54 N Ir 74.2
casing 4.15 10-11-54

-6 NW SW! 7 28525 -----do.- Howard E. Godwin 1954 193M 3 36 2,3 Top 3-inch .30 116.80 .10.33 10-29-54 C L --- Ir 75 -casing 9.92 11-15-54

-7 SW SW! 7 28 25 T. J. Milton A. 1. Willirord 1954 48M 2 35 2? Lip of 2-inch 1.10 114.05 6.75 12- 3-54 C L I----- Ir --- ------ WL 2.53,
ali 10.37 6-30-56 11-24-59

-8 SW SW 7 28 251-----do--.- T. J., Milton 1946 30M 1-k 20 1, ----.-d.-- .90 115.1 7.30 12- 3-54 C L ---- Ir -.-
4? 8.60 5-23-55

-9 NE NE 13 24 24 A. C. Schulta lluward E. Godwin 1954 236M 4 48 2,3 Top 4-inch .90 115.41 12.78 12-10-54 C L .-.- Ir .. .-casing 12.52 12-21-54

-10 SW SW 7 28 25 T J. Milton Willitord 1955 146M 3 42 2,3 Top 3-inch all .80 114.37 11.39 5-2-55 C L I---r --- -----12.79 5-23-55











03jI 1.3 SW11 71 1 I is arl m, Carroll toward 9. cudwin 1955 3434 .4 )3,3 'rp 491nh rluwoi 3.31 120 3.-311il . ".. Ir W 112 tuI;I'In
aulle

1 0 1 1 3 3 T. V, Palmer Williford 3954 514 3 3N ; Lj of dInch 1.0 109 13 5,14 109 1.14 C 4 e If t* -v
Ul. on 0ou408 9.43 10.37154

-3 6 19W) 31336 -."" d-" T. Po1mor 1931 3I3 11 PH1 3 Top pttchor 1,20 109,40 $,31 9-34.54 F v 9-99e Ir' .. vv-v- Al
poop body 6.38 10. 7414

13 ,. 3:35 p.d ... Wiltiford 19$4 131 3 50 3 Top 3vtnoh ,0 111,00 9,34 9.3454 N P ov-' Ir v--' ....
eatn 9.37 0. 1754

.4 NW pg $9 il O, W 3101 154%.A'.e".e.e t948 3214 3 Lip of 3Ietoeh ,49 109.39 7,9 9.31.54 C I, If
W on casino 5,47 10- 714

803.353-1 It mu t 1039 34 J. C, Combos Franeto SmIth 1943 401 **..2. . ............ U .. Gig
2 SW PM 30 26 24 Coy Cbe ee 204 1 I Top p 1thei 3.35 158,3 10.20 10. 5.54 P "" 0 Ahn
pump body 10,35 10-1154

.3 SW~ 3E 0 2024 Polk County Phillip HorrIll 313 355H 6 55 2,3 Top 4.inch .50 123.10 27.5 5-1.55 C ..... i72,1 9 ,a
Gas no 25.51 6-30-51

14 W 10.. .2 ...... do ..................... 930 -... .... ... .............. .... ..... ..... ....... -.....
.5 NwS:9 110 3i24 IC, 2, aader C. S. Baader 1945 56 3k 52 2 .............. ....-. -.--.......-C --- .
-6 NWi8E 10 26 24 -.--do.... Howard 0, Godwin 1952 195 4 45 2,3 Top 4-inch 1,30 127,10 23.78 5.24-54 C A ... Xcasing 24.33 5-28.4

-7 iNW BE 10 28 24 ...-do. C.. BaAdor 1951 13 2 9 1 End of .40 3... 11.76 5-24-54 N --.- Ab1
horLiontal 12.28 5.28-54
nipple in
2-inch ter

.8 53 ME 15 28 24 A. It. Smith .............. 1934 135 1 .-.. 27 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... ..... D .... ....... Supply
3 4 houses

-9 ME MW 15 28124 0. 9, Yeomans Howard 1. Godwin 1949 141H 4 52 2,3 Top 4-.nch .55 124.90 24.64 5.14-54 C ...- r ... .......
cooain 24.95 5-28-54

-10 11 NW 15 28 24 E. A. Esposito 0. S. Yeomans 1948 52 2 40 2 .............. .... ..... ....... C D ---- ....11 NE NW 15 28 24 0. S. Yeomans Joe Hennessy 1924 72 14 60 2 ................. 123.95 ...... ....... P .. D ....... Abn
-12 ME NW 15 28 24 .-do ...... ......do-. 1934 63 2 52 2 ................. 124. ..... ....... J D
.13 N IN 15 28 24 .--do ...... -.....d. 1946 74M 34 54M 2 Top reducing .75 123.08 23,49 5-26-54 C L Ir ...........
bushing in 23.82 5-26-54
3-inch couploi

-14 NE SE 10 28 24 1. E. Vachon Howard 1. Godwin 1957 914 4 45 2 lop 4-inch 1.0 ---. 18.32 3- 4-57 - 35 D ...........
caning .




TlnbLm' L. Continued
IL 11) i s 1111 171" 101 Ml 461 11 i p) ( 1 Aa cIel l 31 714 -1 i i la 11 Ila) 11i10s tall ils Iasi 1141 Is
803-153-15 NZ NW 15 28 24 S. A. Esposito Southern Pipe 1954 260M 4 66? 2,3 Top 4-inch 0.70 123.20 23.51 6-15-54 T ---- D,
and Supply casing 21.60 6-18-54 Ir

.16 NWISE 10 28 24 C. E. Baader C. E. Baader 1944 52 -1k 20 2 Top ik-inch .30 123.57 8.42 6-18-54 N D ---- ------- Abn; WL 7.93
casing 8.40 .7- -6-54 7-19-54

.17 NW 8 10 28 24 Fanny Jordan Roy Wilt 1954 477 2 30 4? -------------- --- ----- ----- ------- F 8 ----- D .... -------18 NWiNE;15 28 24 T. A. Rivers T. A. Rivers 1946 50M 2 45 2 Top 2-inch 1.60 122.94 19.22 9-29-54 C E D ---- ------coupling 21.67 10-27-54
-19 NW NE 15 28 24 ------do------ Howard E. Godwin 1948 170 4 60 2,3 Top 4-inch .70 127,31 23.39 9-29-54 N I-- Ir ---- ----coupling 23.80 10-11-54
-20 NW NE 15 28 24 d------------d 1954 125, 3 59 2,3 Top 3-inch .20 ---- 19.20 9-28-54 J 8. 28M D
casing
-21 NE NE 15 28 24 Ethel Combs .------------- 1908 27M 1k --- I Top l-inch .60 .-- Dry -9-29-54 N ---- D
casing Dry 10-27-54 Ir
-22 NE NE 1.5 28 24 -- ---do- Van Duyne, Inc. ---- 100H 2 49M 2 Top 2-inch .50 11.56 11-29-54 C L ---- Ir ---- 0
casing 16.12 6-23-55
-23 NENE 15 28-24 ------do-----.Goward Godwin 1954 125 3 47 2,3 -------- ----- ---.-. J E ---- D ..-. ------24 NW!NE 15 28 24 Howard Roberts ------do --- 1954 191 3 163 2,3 Top 3-inch 1.0 124.24 22.51 10- 6-54 J .---- D --- W-3425 lCuttingo volivetcasing 4d by author
-25 2NWNE 15 28 24 d- Roy Wilt 2--- -------op 2-inch .50 0--- .0.76 10- 5-54 F E ----- -----coupling
-26 'NW IE 10 28 24 Cecil Combee ,'ewiS Bailey 1938 19M I ---- 2? Top lk-inch .70 127,03 16.11 10-2754 C I- D Abn; WI 10,32
casing Dry 5-17-55 1I-16-59
-27 NW BE 10 28 24 ---- do- Cecil Combee 1942 28M 2 35 27 Top 2-inch Flush 123.89 16.31 10-27-54 p ..-.- Ir ---- ------- casing 23.14 5-17-55
28 NW 8 10 28 24 do- Howard E. Godwin 1954 127M 3 53 2,3 Top 3-inch 1.0 127.46 23.11 11-10-54 J E D --- W-3424
casing
-29 NW SE 10 28 24 d---- ------- d 1954 154M 4 60 2,3 Top b-inch .80122.59 18.59 11-16-54 C L 65M Ir 74 ----.
cover plate on 18.92 12-22-54
casing
-30 NW SE 10 28 24 A, C, Rogers -.--.do- 1954 382 2 348 2,3 Top 3-inch .70- 19.39 11-17-54 J E- D .-- .... D0st
caing
-31 NW 88 10 28 24 -----do-. A, C. Rogers 1953 48M 1k 45 2 Top lb-inch .70 126.02 23.90 3-14-55 J E .- D 75 -.- Abn
oupling 23.69 4- B-55
-32 8T8102824 -. Walker A. Rivers 1946 48M Ij 384 2 Top 1l-inch 1.50 ---- 21.44 4- 4-55 CE -- D -.---csing
-33 NE NE 15 28 24 L. J. Weaver Howard E. Godwi 1954 218 3 88 2,3 ------------- --- ---- ---- ----I .J S --- 0 75.5 --.-








Table 5. Cua;iwsd

503,1134 N5 "8I s 6 V J. Woover Itrilekond 1-TV 30 14 it, Top I* oeefe ,90 111 1764 J I VVP 0 qen Yn-ev Abn

*31 WW 04 10 1 34 A. 9, Rujo.0 Howard 5. Godwin 155 809 J ;37 3 goof'"."" .'.' wwwvv Wifeer. 0 1 VVIV P .. Y eVeqe
e36 iw PB S 16 40, Thompson Qe9. Moranl t 915 19 W 8 14N I Top 'Imsah 0170 Iffly 81,64 1 4.55 ; 5 0 5 1,5 ?VWV

.17 N5 No 50 Is 14 J, V. Combos Hower4 S. Gody r 1951 45 3 35 It, Top V00sqh 1,0 lg1,18 5,M8 557,4 j I -vvw 9 ,v v
4 a !tfl M,4) ST 104

.)5 WS N 19 85 34 rire..d.. ev d vdeoo.d.. 198 805 4 ov- 81, Top 4enoh 1.0 e.e.' 84,43 5.454 0 1 C weee. If
3 0a4tn* 18,14 09 7.54

.39 NW N5is 30 14 ..m'...."'.' -n...'"."' .m 41M tk 40H It, Top pitaor IN .0'.' 86,96 3W 4.55 .e 3 ..Q ....
4 pump Volve
0000

940 W 5 1 5 88 24 Polk County Howard 3. 0o0win 155 68 8 48 3 Top 23.1oh ,50 V.P.. 31.07 3.11.55 J I ON 76 Wee
sein

-41 19 N1 10 35 24 J. Q. CoMbe I 5dow- 956 149H 3 58 2,3 Top 3-inoh 245 .... 23,23 6-23.56 N ..- D .... 0.P.0
coupling

803-154-1 5W BW 3 28 24 W. H. Johnson W. H. Johnson 1950 26N 14 --w 1 Top pitcher 3,0 44,03 6.00 5-26-54 .P p.- .......
pump valvp 4,55 G- 7-54
loat

-2 11 N3 15 28 24 J. W. Reynolds ............... .... 14H 1 15 1 .....do..-.. .70 141.94 6.17 5-25-54 P -.. ... ...........
4.65 6- 7-54

-3 59 05 9 28 24 Carl I. Richard Carl 1. RIchardA1951 10 1% 10 1 Top1%-1noh .70 138.15 6.87 5.15-55 J a ... Ir .-.. ......
casing p

-4 51 53 9 28 24 Mary Farber Blaby 1925 701 2 41H 2 top 1k-inch 1.30140.74 7.94 4-19-55 p I -. .... .......
reducing 9.10 5-18-55
bushing

-5 It 5E 10 28 24 L. N Blanchard ...-.do------ 1930 72 lh 72 2 .............. .... ..... ..... .......3. .,
Ir

-6 S ME 15 28 24 1. W. Reynolds J. W. Reynolds 1940 20M 14 20 1 top pitcher .1.8 4.09 5-25-54 P .--.- D, 73.5 .......
pump valve x
Neat

-7 BE 3E 15 25 24 ...do ...... .....do-----1938 11H 14 -... I .....do-. 1.6 -...- 4.52 5-25-54 P .--- D ...- .-...8 15 N3 15 28 24 ....do-..... Howard K. Godwin1950 60 3 60 2 .................. ..... .......--. r .--- .....-.
.9 5E SI 10 28 24 Ralph D. Carter Slaby? 1930 64H 1k 457 2 'op 1'-inch .65 ..... .12.91 5-25-54 7 .-.-- Zr ... ......
union

.10 5353E 10 28 24 -do ...... .............. 1930 69H 14k 39M 4?, Top 1l-inch .75 137.68 13.18 5:25:54 N,. D -.... -.......Abn
2 casing 13.24 5.25-54







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
11) 11l 13 beLI4 161 II l 171 (9) 191 1101 (111 11) 1131 1141 11 1161 _1171 fii ill PONIC I ,II ta 1 as (1 111 1 1 41 its

803-156-13 NE NE118!28 24 Florida Citrus Barney's Pumps 1956 315 6 139 3 .............. ------------- T E 200 X ---- Wai- Air conditionCommission Inc. 710 ing supply
Well
-14 NE NE 18 28 24 --do---- Roy Wilt 1956 600 4- 212 3 Top 4-inch 0.65 37.20 7- 6-56 - ----- Ir --- Wgi3 coupling 805

-15 NE NE 18 28 24 Florida Highway K. Turley and 1956 400 4 111 3 --------------------- ----- ------- T -- Ir ---- -------Patrol H. E. Godwin

-16 SE 1E 18 28 24 Cunningham Barney's Pumps 1956 388 6 158 3 ------------- ---- --------- ------- T E 125 In --- W-3875 Concrete floor
Laundry Inc. is 152.26 mal

803-157-1 SW SW 6 28 24 City of Florida Water 1953 865 18 203 3 Access hole in 1.0 213.18 116.68 7- 9-56 C 8 2,750 M ---- Wgi- WL pumping,
Lakeland Well and Supply pump base 108.72 11-19-59 543 7-9-56
Co.
-2 1E SW 12 28 23 W. 0. Bunch Howard 2. Godwin 1955 357M 4- 95 2,3 Top 4-inch Flush 212.5 105.5 11-20-59 T E ---- D, --- ----3 casing Ir
-3 NE NW 18 28 24 B. Gunter B. Gunter 1950 40 1% 31 1, Top lh-inch .30 178.92 5.50 3- 2-55 C L ------ In -- ..4? coupling 5.95 5-19-55
-4 E NW 18 28 24 ------------ --------- ---- 13M 14 .-- 1 Top pitcher 2.0 --- 11.89 3- 3-55 P --- --- ---- ----- Dest, 3-31-55
pump valve seat
803-158-1 SW SW 12 28 23 City Products Ohio Well 1921 753 15- 300? 3 Access hole in .25 217.85 120.35 7- 2-56 T E ---- In --- W-24 Po-9; WL pumpCorp. Drilling Co. 12 pump base 112.75 7- 2-.56 ing, 7-2-56;
10 11-19-59, WL
122.81, 11-19-59
-2 SW SW 12 28 23 do---- ----do---- 1924 360 8 --- 2?, ------------ -- 218.7 ------- ----T --n 78- PO-10
3
-3 SW NW 12 28 23 City of Gardenhire Bros.1956 790 20 273 3 rop lh-inch .10231.4 137.13 11-19-59 T E -- M --- ------- WL pumping
Lakeland access pipe

803-159-1 1E B 10 28 23 F. E. Grass F. E. Gress 1948 20 3 20 1 --------------- -- -- --------- C L 200 Ir --- ----2 1E 1E 10 28 23 ---do- Smith 1950 107 4- po? 2?, ----------- ------ ---- ---- ------ E--J -- Ir --. -3 3?
-3 ME SE 10 28 23 -----do ----.A. Z. Williford 1947 22 lk 22 1 -------------- ------- ---- ------ J --- D --4 C* W 11 28 23 R. P. Harper ------------- 1953 44 2 22 1 ------------ ---- ----- ----- ------. J E .-- D ---- ------- *Center

-5 SW SW 11 28 23 J. L. Dotson, Howard .' Godwin 1955 183M 4 100 3 Top 4-inch .50 --. 61.60 6-30-53 T --- In --- .---Jr. casing

804-134-1 BE 18 2 28 27 W. 0. Roe and C. D. Cannon 1959 ----- ------- 3 End S-inch 7.8 118.1 27.02 12-10-59 T L --- Ir -- -----Co. and Sons discharge pipe

804-136-1 NE 5E 4 28 27 Haines City Bob Hudson 1942 728 12 --- 3 I-inch access .8 194.0 104.37 11-12-57 T E --- Ir ..-. ------Citrus Grower's hole on pump 104.2 12- 8-59
Assn. discharge
acting
















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
(1) (s)1311.4 51 5 ) I Ms 1op 1i1) i iei' -ill 141 (isi (is) 1 is is t l lo l s (Rol M-
804-149-6 N 3E 5 28 25 Lee Boswell C. D, Cannon 1945 '6001 10 --- 3 cceses hole in 0.72 145.59 24.80 12-17-54 T .-. i ....-and Sone pump base 27.50 2-2-55
-7 No 88 5 28 25 ---- do----- ------do- 1945 600? 10 ---. 3.----------- ---- ------- -----T...r... T E .--- I --

-8 N8 NW 4 28 23 Lee J., Pearson 0. A. Daneby 1959 -- 10 --- 3 Access hole in .6 162.5 38.29 6-25-56 T L .. IT ... .......
pump base 33.67 11-23-59
-9 SW 3E 5 28 25 Hulde Eberle .................. 43M 1k -.-- 1 Top pitcher 1.60142.67 11.09 5-23-55 P X .... ......
pump valve, 13.46 6-25-56
seat
804-150-1 No SW 5 28 25 W. M. Groom Van Duyne, Inc. 1952 82 2 58 2 Top 2-inch flush 127,79 6.31 5-23-55 C D ...-..
casing 7.60 6-25-56
804-151-1 NW NW 7 28 25 J. R. Dix J. R. Dix 1940 80 1k 40 2 ................... -- --- -..... -...... C D,
r Ir
-2 NW NW 7 28 25 --do- ..........do 1942 25M 1k -- 1 Top 1k-inch 2.35 125.75 11.97 12- 3-54 N --- D .... ....... Abn
couplin. 13.66 12-21-54
-3 SW E 6 28 25 L. D. Fussell Herman Fussell 1949 4,% 2 34 2 Top 1k-inch 1.20 126.43 6.74 5-23-55 C D .... ......
tee f.25 6-25-56
-4 N NW 7 28 25 Richard Gray. -------------- ------ -.. . 0 L --I --. -..t -5 NE W 7 28 25 do---- Felix.Fussell 1939 30 lk 25 1 --..--------------------- ,--- C L ----------6 NW NE 6 28 25 J. M. Guy Perry Bros. 1924 373M 6 40 2,3 Top 6-inch .90 129.04 15.90 3-16-55 N -r ,0
coupling 15.44 4- 7-55
-7 NW N 6 28 25 ----do------------d --- 1921 107M 3 100 2 Top 3-inch .50128.95 10.30 3-15-55 N ---I-- ----coupling 9.82 4- 7-55
-8 E SW 6 28 25 W. W. Wilson --- ---------- 1918 32 1k --- 1 ------------------124.66 ---- -------CE 0- D --- --9 NW NE 6 28 25 U.S. Geological Stewart and 1955 10M 1k 10 1 Top 1k-inch 2.20 133.8 4.85 8-12P55 N --- 0 78 fleet, 6-3-57
Survey Mills casing 5.09 8-16-55
804-152-1 SE SW 1 28 24 -- do---- ---- do- 1955 11M 1k 11 1 .---do- 1.50 118.0 6.15 8-31-55 N .-.- 0 --- -. -.
5.25 9-23-55
-2 BE SW 1 28 24 ---- do---- Howard E. Godwir 1955 59M 3 45 2 Top 3-inch 2.50 118.0 14.29 12-20-55 N 29M 0 74.5 W-3767 Cuttings
casing 14.43 1-28-56 0 collected by
author
804-153-1 58 SW 2 28 24 ---do---- Stewart and 1955 11M 1k 11 1. Top 1k-inch 1.30 109.72 9.46 8-15-55 N -. ---.----Mills casing 7.63 8-16-55
-2 8E BE 3 28 24 8. A. Price ----------------- 45M 1k ---- 47 --do- .3 128.70 7.65 5-24-54 C 8 --.-- D, --- ------ Abn 1955;
7.80 5-28-54 Ir plugged 1959
-3 88 BE 3 28 24 Guy Combee ------------ -------- 1 --- 1--------- --- ----- ----- ----- -.- 0.. D ---
-4 81 SW 2 28 24 U.S. Geological Howard E. Godwin 1955 59M 3 39 2 Top 3-inch 2.55 109.77 10.11 12-21-55 N 24 0 74.5 W-3770 Cuttings
Survey casing 10.43 1-28-54 0 collected
by author













7 I41. C...o;lced
Ji 4WU J1ilI l j 1,111.)fl r1__ _1 I .- 1 -11i lol 10111.0-A fl
604.M.1 00 55 338 34 1 1 Ve& l -.--.Y9 -YY ,N2O l6 -t-' I tW; I Iilia.IN- pry 1.36.04 N 9 ".'r I -', e.. Aboli 00nper
4 ,1 3 3& 34 .,"ede'.. 4, aliensns 191 40 8 40 ? "",'""" JI " " to 99.' t.
of li 3 08 4 8. Pooe e """-" 1956 IN 84 30 1 top 9l1e4h see 1,0 1,43 9.34 5.3. N P -0.9 I
7.34 4q 194

.o IV IN 11 81 34 L14tioen Wde .r Iffy*'" 37W I2 "t 4? Top pitcher 3.00 ."o 30,10 13.3.54 p 9 ""' 0 ..f "...'. Ab"
pump valve
lees

.9 SW 61 3 31 4 3. Sadealssans t *' -" '* I5 14 13 1 "de""" 20 "" Dry 3- 441 1? ""
.10 IV Is 3262 34 d."- "'" ... 24. 1 I Top 349iNeh 1,6C .".. Dry 3P 4.2 I3 E v- ;r -- wo-o
6 Moists M.N
In$

-11 SW It 3 2 24 ..---..-..... 9H 14 .-" I 'op k-Inah 2.0 -P- Dry 3- 4-5 0 -." 9 .- .
cslog

004-154-1 SW NW 3 28 24 Gapway saptiss Felix Fussell 1950 294 14 24H I? Top it-inch .6C 148.22 9.60 3- 4-55 N ... D, -. Abn October
Church eaing 10.62 4- 6-55 Its 1954; plugged
p3 In 19561 WL
10.03, 5-17-55

-2 IW NW 3 20 24 Gordon eowell ----..---.. 1949 $IN 14 -... 1 Lip of 1-inch 1,17 138.73 4,02 5-26-54 0 -... Ir 74 -..
ll 2.00 6- 7-54

-3 OW NW 3 26 24 ....-do- ----. -----'-. 1949 112 14 30R 1, Top 1-inch Flush 136.96 3,60 1-26-54 X -..-- If ..-- .--.-4? easing 1.79 6- 7-54

-4 N Ng 9 28 24 W. W. Deeson Rowand 1. Goduin 1953 126 4 78 3 Top 4-.nch .30 133,89 17.82 G- 1-54 J 9 -. 0 0, 71.5...
casing 23.39 6-18-54 Ir

-5 111 W 3 28 24 i 1d Miller ...... 1953 83 2 68 2 .................. ..... ..... ....... .... ......

-6 N 2E 9 28 24 M.Wt. X. P. selph 1914 65? 14 ... 2? .................. ..... ..... ....... .... ......
-7 MR 31 9 28 24 J. D. Lewis Van Duyns, Inc. 1952 60? 2 --.- 2 .............. .... -- ............ 0 .... ......
-8 N3 N9 9 28 24 J. A. Wiley lay Wilt 1954 91 3 41 2 ----.-.--.... .... --.. -- ... J D ..- .--..
-9 SW 89 3 28 24 T. 0. Smith .............. 1936 12M 1 -.-- I Top pitcher. 1.40134.36 8.08 10- 3-54 P .. D .. ......
pump Vvo 9.01 10-27-54
seat

-10 SW 89 3 28 24 .----.do-...... ----.--.- 1949 50 2 30 2? .............. .... ..... .......- 0 0 ,. .... ......

-11 WK SW 3 28 24 W. A. Wilson Howard 1. Godwin 1953 168 3 68 2 .................. .. .. ..... ....... .... .......
37

-12 St OW 3 28 24 ..-.do--- F. W. Vussel 1952 60 14 32 2 .................. ..... ..... ....... ... .......
-13 8 39 4 28 24 8. 0. Combs .................. 21M 14 124 1 op of pitcher 4.0 149.24 8.55 3-15-55 P .--- D -- -.. WL 11.95,
ump valve 8.53 5-19-35 6-26-56
0551







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


......













Tolbl I. continued
AIL i Iit R .. 5 JHL Tiff ~ .'I IT- Ti- -W 11 -'r 1r Ti. Rol
004-101,1 W W 4 3;'13 W. 5, Seusnat toy Wit; 19s 39 3 391 1 3r IV .-. .-,
04.303.1 NJ NW 5 38 13 J, I, Sorpeesn A. N. Marquardt 1946 I65 3 901 3 -. -,, X
93 IV NS 6 1333 Y. olrook Quo, Moco 1947 115 4 69 3 ... .,. 9v., S ,,T ,
1093
03 OW NX 6 11 33 .fd@.-' A. N. Naqruar l9 l 5 1 33 3. .. .*. X ,, ,,,,
105.13531 IV NJ 34 37 17 0. Kos and Norrill and 1956 554 13' 13 3 Ind Invoch 3,9 134,7 34,69 13.10,19 1 L ,I, If oo,.,.
O, Iona 10 discharge pipe
10s.136-1 Is 18 36 317 Warren PRos, Disk Punham 1956 490 10 100 3 1,000 i ,

-3 MW 00:34 17 37? L, N, NETeor C, A. and Oeo. 1937 1,050 1,050 3 -. ....... N -.0.r Abno csppedl
Denob3 6 and burriedi
driller roo
ports only osad
encountered to
1.050 ft
.3 W ME 33 27 27 A. 3. oremon .-.---... 1957 .... 10 .. 3 Ind $-inch 2,7 195.0 81.05 12- 8-59 T I I ...- Ir .....
discharse pipe

-4 33 Ne 33 27 27 A. T. Callahan 0. 0. Caron 1957 657 10- 176? 3 ..--.-do-.- 2.0 201.8 97,8 12. 5-39 L .... IT .... .......
and son 8

-5 Is I 3 37 27 L. Cameron ......do. 1957 666 12 253 3 ...-.do 3.0 97.93 12- 8-59 T ..... Ir .... .......
-6 MW NW34 27 27 L. H. MaTear Dick Dunham 1960 28 4 152 2,3 ................. 190o. -....... T Z ..... a -.. Wei1053
805-137-1 OW XV 33 27 27 0. 3. Bryan Whatley and 1957 335 3 166 3 .................. ..... ..... ......... J .--- zr --. .-.
Hall
-2 IV B3 32 27 27 City of Barney's Pumps 1957 575 8- 444 3 -- ................ .. ..... ....... T E 900 M .... W-4313 Conente floor
Kaines City Inc. 6 184.10 ot
$05-143-1 NI BE 32 27 26 Prank P. A. H. Marquardt 1938 559 8 123 3 Access hole in .50 179.86 53.59 9-27-57 T 9 400 IV -.. W-457
Coodman pump base 52.89 11- 3-59
-2 NI NE 32 27 26 Kudar citrus H may 1939 650 1- 601 3 ................. 156.37 ..... ....... N . I 392 'rsing well
Pulp Co. 6and
destroyed prior
to 9-27-57
3 IV NI 32 27 26 City of A. H. Marquardt 1933 50.1 12 120 3 ..............-...- 179.40 .. ....... T .... W.342
Lake Alfred
-4 OW NW 31 27 26 -..--d C . A. Dansby 1945 555 12 282 3 ................. 170.81 43 5- -45 T E-- .w951 Contaminated,
condemned, abn
prior 10/1/57
805-144-1 SWI NW 32 27 26 -- -do- hat iy 1924 1S7 10 74 3 Access hole in 1.0 151.0 21.93 9-27-57 T E 500 N 77 Ws.- Pa-16
pump beat 21.29 11- 3-10 426






Table 1. Continued
111 I 13) 4 5 6lI 1 171 1111S If ticl till III lS 1131 ll5 liS till 1 111.11 in tell lilt ii21 set (IS)
805-145-1 SW NW 31 27 26 Adams Grove Inc.C. A. Dansby 1948 -458 8 ---- 3 Access hole in 0.75 154.2 24.40 7- 6-58 T E D --....
pump base 22.73 11- 3-59 Ir

d05-146-1 NE SE 35 27 25 Y. Popovich Goo. Moran 1955 450 6 100 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- T L .-- Ir ..- -------2 NW 0E 35 27 25 -----do------ ------do- 1950 130H 4 90 3 Top of 4-inch Fluih .-- 19.44 10- 4-55 N ------ Ir ---- 0 Abn
all

-3 SW BE 35 27 25 J. Solander C. A. Daneby ---- 500 8 ---- 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- -------- T E --- r ---- -------4 NE SE 35 27 25 Adams Groves, ----.do------ 1941 555 12 83 3 Access hole in Flush 158.9 39.16 6-27-56 T L 900 Ir ---- ----Inc. pump base 34.89 11-30-59

805-147-1 NE SE 34 27 25 City of. ------do-- 1952 539 12 206 3 Top 3/4-inch 1.10 158.5 211.73 10-14-54 T E ----. ---- W-2647 WL 29.18,
Aubumndale nipple in 33.93 6-25-56 11-23-59access hole

-2 NE SW 35 27 253 J. S. Bolend.: --do------ ---- 500? 8 ---- 3 -------------- ---- ----- -----.-------- TIE.-I. .

3 NE NW 35 27 25 Adams Packing -----do------ 1949 502 12 160 3 ------------- ---- 155 ----- ------- T L 2,500. Zr ..-.-Co.

805-148-1 NE SW 3 27 25 Lee J. Pearson Turner 1950 128? 2 ---- 3? -------------- ---- ----- ----- -------JE ..- D .-

-2 NE NE 4 25 25 Marden Manufac- C. A. Dansby 1946 289 6 90 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- T E --- In ---- -----turing Co.

805-149-1 SE SE 32 27 25 Chas. Stewart Goo. Moran 19451 107 2 --.- 2, -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- P z -- D, ------3? x

-2 SE SW 28 27 25 1. C. Fulton Sarnny's Pumps 1957 585 10 97 3 End k-inch 1.00 159.15 32.73 9-26-57 T L 2,300 Ir --. W-4188
Inc. water line in 32.34 11- 4-59
pump base

-3 NE RE 32 27 25 Adams Groves, C. D. Cannon 1957 586 12- 136 3 Acess hole in 1.50 163.7 38.05 7- 8-58 T ----- Ir ---- ------Inc. and Sons 10 pump base -36.64 11- 4-59

-4 NE SW 32 27 25 J. Everett Geo, Moran 1943 92 2 70 2 -------------- ------- ----- --------. J E 0..-- D --.- --.
Allen

105-150-1 NW NE 31 27 25 U.S. Geological Stewart and 1955 5M 1k 5 1 Top Ik-inch 2.30 124.3 2.52 8-12-55 N 2 0 ---. .-----Survey Mills casing 2.11 8-16-55

805-151-1 NW NW 31 27 25 Polk County -------------- 1923 752 --- ---- 3 -------------- ---- 125.82 ----- ..-- ... ---- X ---- W-40 Oil test well;
Oil Co. abo; dect

805-153-1 NW N8 34 27 24 U.S. Geological Stewart and 1955 19 1k 16 1 Top 1k-inch 3.2C 133.3 13.94 8-17-55 N .-.-- 0 .... .-.-Survey Mille casing 15.40 9- 1-55

-2 NE NE 34 27 24 -- ---. -- Howard E.Gadwin 1956 72M 3 45 2, Top 3-inch 2.85 1;1.46 14.76 2-13-56 N 0 73.7 0-3841 Cuttings
3 casing 14.28 2-29-56 5 collected by
author

-3 SW Co26 27 24 Cornet Roy Wilt 1956 125 6- 91? ------------------------------------ --180 I-
Phosphate Co. 4
.. . . .. .












_______ CZiIiTu IM _V 10, f 10

503-113.4 IV Cal 35 ; 4 Cornet H440sr Well Co. 1056 1,194 30 105 3 Top hi kqsnah 3.7 113-.14 3.09 .3154 7 5 1,000 We4010 AIr line 7
phoop9h0 Co 09r 350 14,61 5-30.5A foes

105.54-1 N I 35 33 14 *- -- 7 36 .. I Top 11n6h .65 t3.41 4,97 6q 3.54 u V.. 11 ?. v v-w-.. Ab.
oe 4,09 -15-54

-3 ME a 33 37 34 smer Mo4r.snur ..... t946 97 3 60 3 Top redud"Ig .60 437,39 5.0 13314.S4 0 "Vow 0
suaspINg 7,94 $.39.55

.3 AN 08 33 37 34 1o...... ....m--m.. 3946 33M 3 T... 3, op pluehoy 3,90 137.51 6,03 33.444 P mf-19. a. -. WL 9,73,
3? pump volve 5.0 5 9 6.38954

-4 3W 9W 34 37 34 I. V. OrLmas H4d.so1Lng 1950 30 3. --- -... -.. p --. p --.- --.....
-5 8W OW 34 27 34 --..-. -.. 19. I 14 14 3 Top L5.jnlh .50 -.. 4,43 523-54 0 L *Ir -.... ...... WL 6,30,
$&Bin 4.96 4.30.55 6.28.56

-6 'AV SI 34 37 24 Rood Coasna "lner's son 1948 35M 15 35M It Top pigthor 1.70 13.14 4.84 3-13-355 F . ..... WI 1.50,
pump valvo 5.54 5-19-55 6-24-54
seat

-7 NW NW 34 27 24 0. N, AInas 0, P. bAine 195 24 3 12 3' ..........-- .--. ... L -- Ir .--. ...--8 a NW 34 27 34 Confidenstl Joy Mf.s and 1959 1,469H 4 50 3 Top 4-Lneh .5 130. 15.75 -17-59 N x -- ,0
Willing Co. soupling

803-155-1 31 32 27 24 0,. Geologtcal Staver and 1955 5N 3 11 1 Top 3-Ineh 4.55 134,88 3.05 5-L5-55 N ... 0 .-. --..Survey MLII0 Basin$ 3.11 5-16.55
-2 11 39 32 27 24 ....do .---.. aid E. Godwin 1955 3113 6 82 3 Top 4-Inch 3.65 134.34 23.36 2-27-356 N 17H 0 74 W-3766 Cutting*s
@aging 20.10 3- 1-56 3,0 cot1cted
by author
-3 83 5 32 37 24 ..--d ...... ......do-..-- 1955 72M 4 62 2 ..----do-----2.20 135.02 16.07 12-27-55 m ----- 0 74.5 w.3765 Do
17.0., 1-13-54 g,0

805-156-1 RE P3 31 27 24 .. Stewart and 1953 UN3 It 11 1 Top 15-Inch .85 136.1 8.20 3-10-55 N 0 .--. -...M113t 0c49g 6.08 8-15-55
2 3 NZ 31 27 24 0.$. 04ooscal Howard A.Godwin 1955 82M 3 40 2 Top 3-Inch 2.85 136.05 16.13 12-27-55 H ----- 0 73 V-3769 Cuttings
S'lrvey edging 16.17 1- 3-56 0 collected
by author

805-157-1 SW IV 30 27 24 0. C. Rhoada, Cinc9 Argue 1954 3 2 42 3 Top 2-Anch -.A0 -.,- 34.91 6- 2.54 j i ..... 1 .... .......
Jr. edging 33.56 1.-6-54
-2 Si SW 30 27 24 Curran Smith .............. 1938 30 3t ---- I ......... -- ........ .... J ---II.

-3 Ps SW 30 27 24 Coo. T. Case Williae 1950 178 4 45 2?, Top 1-inch 1.0 149.22 32.18 6- 2-54 J 3 I .... .......
3 anlle-tra" on 30.53 6-18-54
top of sing
-4 E SW 30 27 24 ......do ...... .............. 1941 30 35 ---- 1 Topa h-Inch .67 148.99 9.03 G- 2-54 C p a --- ------as;irg i 6.55 6-18-54








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

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, o....-
--*


Wgt-
4668


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5-19-S5
6-30-56


3- 3-55
5-19-55
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12-23-53





7- 5-36
11.- 519


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6-30-35 1
7- 5-36

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United Brother-
hood of
Carpenters and
Joinerl of
America

Abn, eondamed
between 7/54
and 6/53




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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


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480*.1593 IN NW


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806-133-1 NW NW

-2 Sl SW

-3 8'tW




806-133-1 'i iow



806-137-1 NE N1


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Stockton Mlasry

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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)













104ie 1. oIn;inued
*, ........ li. ii 14 i0I PPIr iIlr- -l (ji i-i ii i ir- l-806-t54-3 11 21 27 14 Corboel .....-. I. 35 14 29 4 lop lk-inch 0,5 135.17 7.74 1,;6-54 N ...-0 -.- Abe
Phooph1e9 Co, Gaging 5.06 6- 754
806-135-1 0 W 29 27 24 John Hemilton Von buyne, Ind, 1945 130 4 40 3 lop 2-inch 1.20 t-. 19.06 6. 2-54 F I ... PS
rooss
2 NI 3M I9 2734 3h10, J. 5Was., 5, T. lrrall 1953 601 4 407 1 lop 4-inch ,45 -..-. 13.76 6- 2-54 0 A ...- .cr oupling 11.43 dits-54
.3 W NO 29 27 24 Laksland Aesin Roy Will 19541 35 3 80 3 Top 3inch .40 141.11 16.34 7.30-54 0 A 0 .....
I lub coupling 07.27 9- 9-54
-4 INN W 28 27 24 American -............... .... 1 k .. l op ikinch 33 143.51 6.59 5.28-54 N .- X .. .. Abn
Cyanamid Go. casing 4,37 Ov 7-54
-5 98 OW $8 27 24 -Coronet ........-... ... low 3 18 1 Top 2-Inch ,20 143,50 6.68 5-28-54 N ..-.. X -..- --. Do
phosphate Cc, casing 4.25 6- 7-54
-6 3M NI 9 27 24 J. I. Swindell Hoaord 3. Godwin 1954 167 3 84 2, Top 3-inch 1.00 140,15 C5 12-17-54 J 1 --- .... V-3423 Cuttings
3 casing 10.53 1. 3-35 001100ted by
author
-7 SW 11 29 27 24 q.,, Geologic&l Stewart and 1955 20M 14 20 1 Top Ik-inch 2.70 142.9 13.53 8.1o.55 y ....- 0 ..
Survey Hills 0sing 7.69 9- 1-55
Pk 806-15-1 NW 81 30 27 24 -.-.do ...........do-. 1955 10 11 10 1 ...do-... 2A0 136.00 5.60 8.19.55 N -.- 0 .... ---...
4.50 9- 1-55
-2 NW S 30 27 24 .---.d- oward 3. Godwin 1954 103 3 63 3 Top 3-inch 2.90 136.00 20.80 1- 2-56 N -.-.. 0 73.7 W-3771 Cutting@
casing 19.39 1-28-56 3,0 collected by
author
806-157-1 SW It 25 27 23 See remarks C. D, Cannon 1954 555 12 74 2. Top 12-inch .60 ..--..44.62 7-23-54 T 3 .. S ... ....... United brother.
and Sons 3 casing 43.68 9-28.54 hood of
Carpenters and
Joiners of
Aserice
806-158-1 HE 11 26 27 23 Cibeonia Tom Ferry 1927 165 6 85 3 rop 6-inch .50 174.0 64.85 7- 5-56 T ... P1 ... ....... Abn, 1956
Community casing

-2 Ng 26 21 23 Residente of J. P. Whatley 1956 300 6 100 3 .................. ..... ..... ....... T PS .... .......
0ibsonia
-3,4 53 W 26 27 23 See remark ...................0 1 601 ... .............. .... ..... ..... ....... C United Brothorhood of
Carpenters and
Joiners of
Amriea; 2 vells
with L pump
-5 E 6236 27 23 . Sollinger y ilt 195:8 200 4 84 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... J 20 PS ---- V-4748
-6 SW SW 24 27 23 Bron' Treiler Ceoil Argue -- 166 37 120 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ....... J .. .......
ark








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. Crmtinued
f12 11) U 411161fIIII (42) II2 II02 7_________%___ 1 -4 -11 1__ 107 til 22'2g -1 -1111) 11 fe
50-155-2 NZ N 17 27 24 American Goo. Koran 1955 14? 1 14 1 Top Ik-inch 2AO 036.0 7.78 6-22-55 N ----- D ------ Abn,1956
Cyanamid Co. casing 4.94 9- 1-55
.3 3t NE I 27 24 .----do Cecil Argue 1955 303 6 128 3 Top 6-inch -6.00 14.90 6- 1-55 N 350 Ir .--- ----- Do
casing

SOS-is6-I E 8E 18 27 24 P. S. Snyder F. A. May 1945 611 12 68 3 Air Line gage 1.50 160.70 41.0 6-24-55 T L --- It ---- W-955 Air line
36.3 9-20-55 70 fLot
-2 N9 2s 16 27 24 D. L. Snyder Dick Dunham 1954 225 4 65 3 Access hole in -1.0 --- 37.11 1- 4-5 T 2 .-- D --.- -....sanitary seat 41.29 6- 2-55

-3 NW SW 17 27 24 Mcenny Roy Wilc 1954 150M 4 68 3 Top 4-inch .85 --- 30.48 1- 4-55 N ----- D --- -----coupling
-4 03 3 7 27 24 J. D. Barnes --- --------------- 23M 2 --- I Top reducing .30 --- 7.16 1- 5-55 P .- X .... .---bushing
-5 1E 3 7 27 24 --. do ------ ---- 339 2 --- 47 Top 2-inh .40 5-- 8.43 1- 5-55 N ----- X --- ----casing;
-6 89 8 7 27 24 R. 3. Brown Howard 3.Godwin 1955 103 3 53 3 ---------- --- --.... ....------- ----- -- D -- -------.
-7 83 SE 7 27 24 J. D. Marnae Carey Miles 1951 40? 2 --- 47 ---------. -.- --.-- ---- ? I ---- D ..- .-----4
808-157-1 PH SW 7 27 24 ----------- Cecil Argue 1958 98 3 84 3 ---------- -- 166.e------------ ..---- --808-158-1 SW IV 12 27 23 H. M. Wingate Van Duyne, Znc 1954 686 8 150 3 Access hole in .80 151.8 39.29 7- 2-58 T 3 -- X .-- ------- WL pumping
pump baso 49.37 10-30-59 l0-30-59
808-159-1 SW jUS 15 27 23 5. L. Collins C. D. Cannon 1948 690 10 --. 3 End of h-inch 5.8 182.0 70.61 7- 2-58 T 3 ---- Ir ----and Sons discharge pipe 67.25 10-30-59

808-200-1 3 PW 16 27 23 N W. Hart R. H. Hudson 1939 605 $- 209? 3 Access hole in rfueh 213.0 94.75 7- 5-6 T I --- I --- -----6 pump base
-2 SW NZ 16 27 23 J. Boyd McLean Geo. Dansby 1946 708 10 186 3 ---------- ---- 220.0 -------- --- - W1062
-3 IN 81 9 27 23 L. M. Johnson R. Neikirk 1932 578 10 138 3 Access hole in 1.65 201.2 54.01 10-30-59 1 r 3 -.----- ------ -I
pump base
-4 NW SW 10 27 23 F. 8. Bunch Geo. Dansby 1949 705 10 94 3 Top pump 1.0 199 91.27 4-26-56 T L 1,400 2 Wgi- WL 92.46,
column, inside 89.99 7- 2-56 1063 10-26-59
discharge
808-201-1 IV SW 9 27 23 Henry J. Lewis Barney's Pumps 1957 600 10 93 3 .-.-do- .9 152.34 36.19 2-22-57 T L .-! Ir -.. W-42 4
Inc. 31.79 10-30-59

809-135-1 NE IN 3 27 27 Ridge Citrus Central Florida 1952 575 16 272? 3 ------------ ---- 125 --- ---- L 800 In ---- W-2869 Concrete floor
Concentrate Well Drillers 124.16 ml
-2 E tOW 11 27 27 Frank H. Rich seo. Moran 1953 184 3 75 3 Top 3-inch Flush 96.0 5.75 11- 2-59 C 3 ---- D, ----.casing A Zr

-3 SW N 10 727 3 H. Strohm J. P Whatley 1936 160? 8 50? 3 -- ---------- -- 155 ---- ----Ti .- Ir -----











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 I. Continued loll '11 W' oil )o 1141 loll
10I M- ~ lei 1101 1 Jill 101___ Hill__ -14 111 1 fil -1 .7 -1

0-154-3 NW HE 927241. R. Ward Cecil J. Argue 1954 72 2 40 3 Top 2-inch 0 15.45 640-56 H ......1

809-15-1 8 ME 8 27 24 4merican -...-------... .. 62H 1 53M It Top 11c-nch 1.2 ---- 8.81 1- 4-55 7 ---- .-- .--I 3yanamid Co. asing 9.13 2- 2-55

509-157-1 E ME 12 27 23 g. L. Padgett Roy Perry 1933 ISOM 5 70 3 Top 5-inch .69 152.9 35.5 4-24-56 N g 90 r ... .......W 29.29,
o see casing 35.32 7- 5-56 10-30-59

-2 92 9E 12 27 23 lloyd Richards Roy Wilt 1956 465 6 43 3 Pump discharge .8C ..... 35.10 4-24-56 T L 330 Ir.--.-. -flange

509-201-1 09 3E 8 27 23 Paow 3 Foalow 1947 75 lk 74 3 .......... ..... ..... -.. .....C. 0 ....
810-136-1 9E 9E 33 26 27 P. Z. Williams -- -- 19121 186H 10 83 2, Top 10-inch 2.0 113.14 2.35 2-13-45 N ..... ... .... Polk 44
3 casing 2,26 12- 3-46

-2 3E 9E 33 26 27 U.S. Geological Van Duyne, Inc. 1948 67H 6 60 1 Top 6-inch 2.50 156.50 42.96 10- 0-48 N --. 0 -.-- Woi- Polk 47
Survey casing 1064

810-137-I 8B SW 32 27 27 H. 3. Strohm J, P. Whatley 1932 560 6 365 1 Top 6-inch 3.0 138 21.0 3-17-34 -- --- I ---- ---- Dest, Po-4
pipe

-2 BE SW 32 27 27 ..do----- ----do- 1932 380 8 120 3 -------------- 180.5 --- ------- T L .- It -. .----3 NW 9E 5 27 27 Holly-Hill Inc. May Bro. 1959 900 12 -- 3 ccees hole n 1.8 198.9 78.22 10 28-59 T L I---r -- ------- Air line re8

810-141-1 ME NW 2 27 26 Frank Wheaton Whatley and 1956 400 10 78 3 Top pusp Flush 143.0 13.58 10-28-59 T 0 1,200 t ---- -----Hall column, inside
discharge

810-144-1 NW NW 5 27 26 U.S. Geological Whatley Pump 1959 249 6 102 3 Top 6-inch 2.25 137.8 741 8-59 N 0 ---- W-4990
Survey and Well Co. caring 6.76 8-18-59 S,0

810-145-1 9E HE 1 27 25 lack M. Berry I 'rdenhire Bros 1956 537, 10 107 3 -inch 2.0 158.5 29.17 7- 8-58 I .cneo 27.78 10-27-59
connection
810-147-1 SW ME 34 26 25 Barield Oroves C. A. Dansby 1950 525 10 156 3 Top reducing 1.0 150.5 21.67 10-27-59 T E -... I
bushing on
discharge

-2 C* SW 34 26 25 -- ---- Hay Bros. 19431 360 4 --- 3 --------------.-- ----- ----- ------ T E --- ------ *Center

810-148-1 BE 9E 33 26 25 General James A. Dick Dunham 1958 515 10 ---. 3 Top 10-inch 1.5 168.0 41.79 5-14-59 T --- I Wgi
Van ileat coupling 39.45 10-27-59 1065


810-149-1 53 9E 33 26 25 City of H. I. Chase 1925 567 10 200 3 Top %-inch 1.2 139,5 8.96 10-27-59 C 750 M 76 Wgi- 1c-2
Lakeland reducing
coupling an
5-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. Continued
~ ~ ~ ~ fa 11*1 1; 111 tool~' I is 17T 11 T T ~ Z r 1 f
812-135-1 S EW 14 26 27 Armour Agricul- Barney's Pumps 1958 180 6 102 3 Udge of pump 0.4 US.95 6.78 9-18-58 T ,9 120 Zn ---- 6-4642
tural Chemical Itc. base at .n- 4.67 1- 1-59
Co. crate floor

812-138-1 HE NE 30 26 27 Holly-111 Inc. Central Florida 19471 285 2 285 L ----------------- 174.5 ----- ------ N ---- -------Test well,
Wall Drillers dest

812-146-1 NZ We 23 26 25 Ardell Lve ------------------- 115M 2 82 3 Pitcher pump 1.95 134.1 4.44 0-15-59 F .- ---- ---- ------valve seat

813-133-1 SW 89 12 26 27 C. A. &edman A. R. Marquardt 1948 202 2 13 3 -.............. ..105.68 ----- -------C 1 60 D ---- W-1720
for LibbyFreeman

813-138-1 19 NI 18 26 27 Holler Bros., A. R. Marquardt 1956 323 8 161 3 ----------------- 180.1 ----- ------- T L 750 If .... .......
613-139-1 NW IV 18 26 27 L. 3. Angel 0. 0. Cannon 1657 812 12- 425? 3 Top 12-inch 1.5 162.7 35.33 12- 3-57 N ----- Ir---- VgAand loe 10- easing 32.43 10-28-59 106
I

-2 W OW 10 26 27 --- ..-d .------ ------do---- 1957 435 12 260 3 Land surface --.. 137.2 8.16 12- 3-57'- 1,000 -Zt ......

813-149-1 NW IV 16 26 2A U.I. 0eoloceal Whatley Pump 1956 217H 6 76 3 Top 6-inch 6.93 132.1 4.02 2- 3-59 ..- 0 74,5 W-3046
Survey and Weill Co. casing I,0
.2 NW NW 16 26 25 -----do- --..Looka Vail and 1959 27 6 20 1 --.....do-.-.-2.6I 132.1 2.58 2-19-59 N 0 ---- W-5047
Puep Co.

113-201.1 sw nH 17 26 23 -.- do- ..-.Whatley Pump 1959 2532M 3 40 3 Top 3-inch 2.25 105.1 2.28 l- 4-59 N .- --. 0 14 W-5352 Cutting&
and Wall Co. Gain$ 2.01 6-12-59 3,0 eslleeted
by author

814-133-1 AN 11 12 26 27 edgoaves -------------- 1934? 400 6 100 3 Top 6-inch -2.50 110.0 17.30 11-26-57 0 3 10 0 1- Ps- P-3
asing 17.19 1- 3-58

814-138-1 O 726 27 L,. V.,Dunson Saddler-Taylor 1957 300 12 222 3 -------------- --- 163.8 ----- ------- T L 1,600. Ir ---- ------814-130-1 13 NV 7 26 27 University of Central Florida 1955 348 12 447 3 -------------- ----1 .6 ----- ------- T L .- Do .--- .-----.
florid: Imperi- WelI Drillers Zr
%ent station
-2 IV IV 6 26 27 ellael Iruit Whatley and 1950? 200 4 160 1 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- T 100 Zr 77,.5---- 20-fost sGreen
distributors HalL

-3 n la 2 6 66 avarly Growers Carl Crosby 1966 380 3 --- 3 -------------- --------- ----- ------- --4 3 IN 7 26 27 Florida state Whatley Pump 1959 202 4 161 3 ------------- -- 150- .------- ------ --- --- V-5341
Road Dept. and Weil o.

114-140-1 NW WV 10 26 25 Craig Linion 0, Hull 1952 413H 6 12AM 3 'top 6- ch 1.00 135.5 3.64 10- S-s W 1,000 Zr 74.5 3,0
Gas ins 4.26 11-50-55

-. HYN 92666 .- ------------do. 1962 562 6 40 3 .............. .... -- am-- -. I 1,000 ---- -----s Limestone
Zr U cried 40 eet
be ow land aurbase







Tebls 1. Co.ntInuu4


114-149- L 6 IS 5 26 25 Peul D.Al J, A. Keeks 1953 2am 2 83M 3 Top 2-inah 1.00 143,0 3.89 10- 5-55 P
c4i0no 5.69 7- 2-56
-2 SW IV 4 36 ;5 N. A, 01wily ----..-q-.-- 1953 ISM 1% 80 3 Top I%-inch 1.30 --'-- .39 10. 5-55 N --q .. ... --...-- Abn, eall
casing A clogged; not 4
glowing wall
-3 SW SW 4 26 25 Craig Linton C, W, Hull 1952 262 6 L2G I .-.-.-----.--- ---- -..--- I-- --- W ---X .-.. -...-.

-4 31 it 5 26 2 Paul De l ul bea ... m t --.- 3 Top itkinch flush 133,0 2.92 10-26-59 N ..... D .... ....... Abn


815-135-1 N1 NW 2 26 27 A. Anderson A. H, marquardt 1950 170 3 21? 3 ............ ..... -.-..... ....... J ---

815-138-1 SW NE 6 26 27 Chas, Willson -----. do-.---- 1958 242 16 156 3 Ind of 10-Lnch 3.1 172,5 55.35 11- 2-59 - 2,000 Ir --- W-4964
discharge pipe
at welded too
joint815-139-1 fNW 6 26 27 Sidney Smith C. F. Cannon 1957 1,237 12- 352 3 -------------- 1,0 188.6 69.44 6- 5-59 T L 2,000 Ir Wl- Air line 130
and son 10- 67.20 11- 2-59 1069 feet concrete
a floor 188.6 Mel

815-142-1 NZ NW 3 26 26 L, Beauchamp A. H, Marquardt 1950 120 3 63 3 Top 3-inch .9 143.4 17.88 9-16-58 C I D 79 W-2133 WL 14.71,
coupling 15.58 5- 5-59 10-29-59

615-149-1 It NW 4 26 25 raig Linton 0. W. Hull 1952 235 6 60 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- W 1,000 Ir -... .......
.2 NW NW 4 26 25 ---do------ -----d- -----1952 380 6 80 3 -------------- ---- 128 ----- ------- W ,000 Ir ---- .-----815-157-1 SW NE 1 26 23 U.S. Geological Howard E, Cadui 1956 45 3 44 3 Top 3-inch 1.0 108.50 3.60 3- 1-56 N -.... 0 --. W-3840 Dest,3-2-56,
survey casing cuttings
collected by
author
-2 SW SW 31 25 24 -----do------ ------d------.1956 168K 3 52M 3 Top 3-Inch 3,50 109.42 3.63 3- 7-56 N ----- 0 75 W-3839 Do
casing 3.34 3-15-56 ',o

815-203-1 IW NX 1 26 22 C. M. OverstreetCentral State 1951 196 3 65 3 ------do------ .60 94.2 2.20 4-30-59 C I- D 74.5 .-WVel drilling L.31 10-26-59
Co.
-2 SW NE 1 26 22 ---------------------- 19471 45 4 23 1 -------------- ---- ----- ----- -------N ---- ------ Abn

3 SW NE 1 26 22 ------do------ C. M. Overstreet1943 20 2 20 1 -------------- ---- --------- -- ----- --- ------------ Do

813-205-1 NW NW 2 26 22 Clarence Geiger Marion Wrd 1960 295 3 190 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- --------- ------ D -. gI.
1070
-2 NE NW 2 26 22 Marion Rmes --.-do------ ----- 4 2 60 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- --------J -- D ---- ------816-146-1 NW NW 36 25 25 C. M. Shinn, Jr Kenneth Turley 1958 401K 10 82 3 Top 10-inch LO 127.8 '3 93 5-16-58 C L 1,020M Ir 74 W-4689 Cuttings collectand Howard Z. casing 2.51 10-26-59 ed by author
Godwin
.2 NE SE 6 25 25 ----do------.Kenneth Turley 1958, 260 4 126 3 ---------------------- ------------Ir------------






Table L. Continued
Of i I 114)1 lol to 1 it) lot 00 111 fill fl 3 1141 1111 11 fill fil fill min lol lol I 3 lii te I is
816-149-1 NW S3 29 25 25 R. Betom Cecil Argue 1955 203 4 96 3 Top 4-inch .30 153.6 27.96 10- 5-55 J 1 D --- ------ WL, 26.84,
casing 29.72 7- 2-56 10-26-39

816-202-1 SW SW 29 25 23 C. X. Overstreet C. M. Overstreet 1928 11 2 8 3 Top pitcher 2A5 92.6 2.75 7 158 0 72 --- Limestone outpump valve 1.14 10-26-59 crop 50 feet
seat ftom vall

817-139-1 E 13 24 25 26 Wilbur Charles C. A. Danmby 1947 547 6 390 3 Access hale in .15 209.1 83.64 11- 3-59 T L ---- Ir .--- Wgipump base 1071

-2 8 83 24 25 26 .--do--- --------do- 193) 475 12 233 3 ------------------ 209 ----- ------ T L ----- Z --- i1072

817-149-1 NW N 29 225 1. Bestm Red Rogers 1955 202 4 -- 3 -------------- ---- ----- ---- -------. D --- -----817-150-1 SW NW 20 25 25 Finley-Nason Layne-Atlantic 1950 375 10 152 3 Accast hale in 1.50 158.9 36.70 10- 7-55 T L 800 %z -- WgiGraves Inc. Co. pump base 38.01 7- 2-56 1073

817-156-1 S N 19 25 24 Dr. 3. L. ------------- ---- ---- 1 ---- 3 ----------------------- ----- ------ ---------- Well in limeKimsinger stone outcrop

818-140-1 13 53 14 25 26 B. Swaim C. A Dansby 1954 820 10- 650 3 Top 2-inch .07 213.1 96.6 11- 3-59 T L 900 t -- Wgt8 breather pipe 1074

818-143-1 BE NW 16 25 26 Barber Send Co. Central State 1959 275 8 137 3 Top 8-inch 1.2 126.8 10.87 12-19-58 N I-n Wai
Drilling Co. casing 1075

-2 NE OW 16 25 26 ---do------ ------dc- 1958 2591 4 350 3 Top 4-inch 1.9 123.1 4.19 12-19-581 t- .----- ----casing

818-147-1 13 4 25 25 general James A. Kenneth Turley 1958 418M 10 120 3 Top 10-inch .5 131.3 10.72 12-19-58 T --- WgiVan Fleet and R. Dunham casing 9.59 10-30-59 1076

-2 NW NW 14 25 25 ----do------ -------------- ---- 211M 2 21 1? Top 2-inch .10 122.0 2.30 12-19-58 N ---------coupling

-3 SE BE 15 25 25 -----d.---- d nnoeth Turley 1958 110 4 80 3 Top 4-inch .6 125.0 4.12 '12-28-59 C I- D .... ..-.-reducing bushing
818-151-1 SW SW 18 25 25 C. 0. Raybon Mecks 1954 ---- 2 100 3 -------------- ---- ----- ----- ----.. J I ---. D .... ------ .

-2 SW OW 18 25 25 Hercules Powder Geo. Moran 1948 148M 3 63 3 'op 3-inch .5 123.5 7.73 10- 7-55 F 1 --. In 77 Wgi- Abn
Co. coupling 7.19 4- 9-59 1077
3,0
818-154-1 N3 3 16 25 24 0. A. Knowles -------------- 1947 50? 1 45 3 ------------- ---- ----- ----- ------- C I -- D ---- ------ Well reportedly
ends in Limestone

-2 NE 8 16 25 24 ----do- -.. J. A. Meeks 1950 74M 1h 80 3 Top of pitcher 1.95 113.5 5.09 10-26-59 ---- ------ Top limestone
pump valve reported at
seat 70 feet








S1 ni 1 ued


alb-I55-1 I 1 7 35 4 luck Middo Csctl 4rdwo 1959 74 2 60 3 Top 2-01ch 2,1 110.5 1,17 12- 7-59 1 ---e P --1- Dri.. r ropairt
church Cos Ind 14m59i0n nearly
go lend 4i4rc
-2 NW 16 $5 34 Smith --d 1959 12? 2 105 3 Tup 21lnch 1.1 1080 4.02 12, 7-59 --9-- a .-, W.ir
cauplitpg 2061

018?156-1 NE NS 19 25 241 -- -- 1959 lim lk 10? 3 Top tk-inch 2.1 L06, 2.68 10v 1-59 N 0 -- ------- Abn
casing 1,98 10.26-59

819-140-1 NE!NE11 25126 8migh-Lg- C, D, Cannon 1959 447M 13 315 3 Top 12-inch 1,2 213.0 92,8 527.59 T .... Ir 77.5 W-5016
Charles and Sone coupling

819-147fl 0 INW il 2525 General James A, Dunham 1958 352 10 97 3 Top 104inch ,9 127,6 7,00 5-14-59 C L ..-.- Ir .-.- A
Van flet casing

819-151.1 NI SI 12 25!24 FLnley-Mason, Goo, Hull 1956 426 8 63 3 Access hole in .70 131,0 19,19 10- 7-55 T L -..... r -- .......
Inc. pump bass 19.8 11-30-55

820-140-1 SW 13 2 25 26 C, M.Dunham Libby-Freeman 1952 500 4 -... I? .............. ....-- ....... N -.... ....... Abn, not
completed
821-149-1 NE NE 32 24125 A, P. Wurster F, W, Wurster 1954 190 2 60 3 -.............-- - .. .......-- I 0 .... ..-...


Counties adjacent to Polk County

Osceola County

017-135-1 C* S8 22 25 27 Bruce Ingraham C. 1956 544 16 195 3 Acceas hole in 1.15 166 70:80 3-31-59 T G2,250 Ir ---- *Center
and Sone pump base 68.77 11- 2-59


Pasco County,

016-206-1 S IJ 28 25 22 U.S. Geological Whatley Pump 1959 200H 3 41M 3 op 3-inch 3.35 83.0 3.38 7-30-59 N .---- 0 76 W-5350 Cuttinge
Survey and Well Co. sing collected by
author
820-203-1 SW 1 24 22 Cumo Cypress ------------- .--- 92M 2 3--- pl-inch 2.10 95.1 5.11 4-24-57 N ----- --1 --- ------- Abn
.Co. nipple Sumter Ciiuniy

821-158-1 SW SW 25 23, 23 U.S.. Geological Whatley.Pump ..- 53M 3 ..53M 3 Top 3-inch' -2.15 ---- 4.76, 7-24-59 M-0 -.--- W-4989 Abn. dest
Survey and Well Co. casing

-2 SW SW 25 23 23 ----do-- -----------do------ ---- 45M 3 48H 3 do----- 3.00 2.18 2.0-26-59 N 0 ----

821-202-1 53 N! 31 24 23 Cummer Cypress -------------- --- 148M 4 100 3 Top 4-inch 1.1 96.0 5.14 11-13-58 N ----- ---- ---- -- Abn
-2 JN 423[o' ,...... ... 70 upling
-2 SW 4W 32 24 23d----------- ------ ---.-70 2 .- 3 op 2-inch .9 94.9 3.46 li-13-58 N ---- -- --- -------- Do.
aging ,







..Table 1. Continued
Ii 12 Il3 4151 1SI Mii l to) .le) III uIR -F s 941 fla1 y6 liii ie) T17I 11 1 1 11 1 113) 1141 Iasi
821-202-3 NE NZ 31 24 23 U.S. Geological Locke-Whatley ---- 143M 6 ILW 3 Top 6-inch 2.90 96.3 3.62 3- 2-59 N --- 0 ---- W-5054
Survey nipple .1 ,G

-4 NZ HE 31 24 23 ------do------ Locke ---- GM 6 5 3 ------do- 240 6.3 3.74 3- 2-59 R -.---- 0 ---- W-5053










U'1








Tnle 2. Gaologic Logs of Wells in Polk County, Florida

The scratigraphic nomenclature used in this table conforms to the usage of the Florida Geologicat Survey- It also conforms to the noenclature of the U.S. Geological Survey except that the Tampa Formation is used instead of the Tampa Limestone and the Ocala Group, composed of the Crystal River. Inglis, and Williston Formations, is used instead of the Ocala
Limestone 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 locations and total depths of wells.

well 745-134-1
(W-5351)

Depth, in feet
marec al below land surface

Undifferentiated:

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 darkheavy 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 abuve; 4ith abundant black, coarse to medium, sand-sized pebblephosphare, and with softgray-cream, partly leached, sandy, phosphatic
limestone fragments................................................... 130 140

aa~rnr ForuatLn:

Lime-.:ne, butt to tan, soft, chalky to finely crystalline; sandy,
.hosphatic; abundant loose sand and black phosphate sand. Suggestions of
.iira=nifera, including leached Gypsina globula....................... 140 150
ne'zjne, :s above; grayer in color..................................... 150 160
,to lithologies:
A ;rav, very sandy and finely phosphatic.
a cream. sparsely sandy, finely crystalline; with moderate loose
medLn sand and phosphate, and large re-crystallized echinoid
fragments........................................................ 160 170
ne tan '. gray, in part finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic;
moderate amounts of loose sand pebble-phosphate....................... 170 180
estor~e. as above; greater amount of loose sand and phosphate than above. 180 190
n.estnz. as above, harder; phosphate decreases and becomes finer;
-and common------------.---..-................................ 190 200
_ixeitane. as laU-20; abundant sheet-type chalcedony, and numerous
;ene- and eroded Ocala foraminifera................................. 200 220
s aaove; highly re-crystallized; leached Lepidocyclina sp. 220 230



as ahove; and cream granular limestone; abundant loose sand
31 s paozspate sand; casts and molds of mollusks, crab-claws,
p lates.... ................................... .............. 230 250
mre to cream, hard, granular, dolomitic? re-crystallized;
co ..=a.ion irrom above, sparse loose sand and pebble-phosphate...... 250 260
-:escjne. :ark cream. granular; nonsandy, nonphosphatic; Rotalia
_e__ana, numerous Cvpsina globula, Eponides sp., Lepidocyclina sp.,
e .n .sd plate and spines............................................ 260 270
'im-zane. a. ahove. hard, re-crystallized; fewer Ocala foraminifera..... 270 280






:__, one. cream. hard. granular; re-crystallized; abundant
ecatana. Gypsina globula, echinoid plates. 280 290
_-zmes)ne_ cream, fragmental; abundant Lepidocyclina ocalana,
Operzulinoides Lloridensis, Gypsina globula, Eponides sp., olliolids,
cn.n id plates --. --.... .--.......... .. .. .. 290 300
:.cestjne. sand and clay; a mixture of all lithologies above as
contaminati n......................................................... 300 310
.ameszone, as 29U-ji; nonerous Lepidocyclina sp., Operculinoides sp.,
Taxtularia sp., Cypsina sp., Eponides sp., mollusk and echinoid
fragments............................................................. 310 320
!Lmes:one, cream, soft; a coquina of large Lepidocyclina sp., numerous
Qoercu!"noides vanderstoki............................................ 320 360
Lisestone, as above; generally finer cuttings............................ 360 370










86












Table 2. Continued.

Well 745-153-t
('d-2304)

Depth, in feet
aterial below land surface

Undifferentiated:

Sand, clay. pebble-phosphate ............----------.----............... 0 50

Hawthorn Formation:

Limestone, cream; very .sandy and phosphatic; abundant loose sand and
phosphate --------------------------. --. ... ........... 50 55
No sample ...............-----------------------------...... ...... -. -.... :6 100
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, brown, hard, finely crystalline, porous; nonsandy, nonphosphatic; 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. .. : .-----.- ---.... .-.................... 160 165
Dolomite, brown, hard, porous; coarse cuttings, sparsely sandy and
phosphatic.----------------------------------------------------------...... 5 175
Dolomite, as above; and phosphatic limestone............................... 175 200
Dolomite, as above; and creamsandy limestone...............-.............. 200 21i
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

Tampa 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 ocla=na, Textularia howei, and Gypsina sp. 380 395
Limestone, cream, soft; a coarse coquina of Lepidocyclina sp.'and
Operculinoides ap. in chalky matrix..................................... 430 435
Limestone, as above; f.perculinoides woodybranchensis............-...... 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 maw-dybranchensis. .... ..... ..... 500 515
Limestone, as above, (ier 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. ContinuedWell 745-153-1-Continued
(W-2304)

Depth, in feet
eterial below land surface

Avon Park Tm--etone:

Limestone. tan. hard; a miliolid limestone; abundant Dictyoconus op.,
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, dolomitic, as above; eroded Dictyoconus sp.
Coakinolina sp., and Fabiania cubensis ................................. 660-- 670
rLiestone, 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; largeoloose 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 Fornation:

Limestone, dark cream to gray-white, finely crystalline; very sandy and
phosphatic; abundant loose sands, dark phosphate pebbles, and fish teeth. 185 190
Simestone, as above; abundant mollusk fragments and fish teeth; small
forms appear to be Rotalia mexicana, re-crystallized.................... 190 -.195.
Limestone, as above; 50 percent loose dark phosphate grains................ 195 225
Limestone. gray to creamy gray, finely crystalline; abundant fine sand and
phosphoi c&, pebble phosphate common; abundant casts and
molds of mollusks and coral; note occurrence of Lepidocyclina 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 vanderstoki..................... 270 285



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, cream; abundant sand and loose pebbled phosphate from above;
Levidocyclina ocalana I.- atteiuata.- Oerculinoides floridensis, and
q, vanderstoki................285 300
Limestone, as above; very coarse coquina of foraminifera;
Levidocyclina ocalana oseudomartinata, and an explosion of Onerculigoides;.
sp.... .........................................................---.... 300 340

Inglis Formation:

Limestone, as above; a much finer grained coquina of smaller individuals;
Overculinoides moodybranchensis, Discorinoysis gunteri, Acihistegina sp. 340 350
Limestone, tan, recrystallized; highly fossiliferous, abundant small
Overculinoidef sp. and Lepidocyclina sp., nunerous Discorinoosis gunteri;
larger limestone fragments are very granular; a few indistinct
icrvoconus so .......................................................... 350 360













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Table 2. Continued.

ell 747-il4-1--Continued
(W-1726)

Depth, in feet
.Material below LwAn surface

Avon Park Limestone:

Limestone, tan, granular; profuse Dictvocmus cokei, sparse Levidoeclina Sp.
numerous qgj1euLinoldes yandazrjoki, Peronella sp. fragments,
Coaskinolina floridana, and Discorinopsis gunteri........................ 360 380
Limestone,.-as above.................................................... 380 425
Limestone, generally as above; abundant ictyoconus ap. and Coskimlina sp. 625 650
Limestone, generally as above; abundant Dictyoconus sp. and Coskimolia sp.
one Dictvocnus mericanus --.................--....................... 785 OW
Limestone, as above............................................----........ 875 900
Limestone, white, granular, and dark brown; finely crystalline dolomite.... 895 902
Dolomite, tan, finely crystalline; and contamination of white limestone
and Ocala foraminifera from above...................................... 902 930


ell 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, Vegas 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, numphosphatic;
echinoid plates and spines, some re-crystallized oyster shells, casts
and molds of mollusks; numerous Eyonids. 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 Gypsina sp., dark gray
Levidoveclina ocalana......................................... 350



Crystal River Formation:

Limestone, cream, granular in chalky matrix; abundant Lepidocyclina
galana.Operculinoides floridensis. and 0Q. vanderstoki.................. 350, 390
Limestone, as above, cream; a coarse coquina of Levidocyclina sp. and
Operculinoides sp. in a chalky matrix.................................. 400, 415, 430, 445,
455

Williston Formation:

Limestone, as above; Operculinoides moodybranchensis and Amphisteeina
inarensis........................................................ 465, 475
Limestone, as above, very coarse; Peronella sp. fragments..--.----------- 485
Limestone, as above, less coarse; fossils smaller; Operculinoides and
Levidocyclina sp. abundant............................---.------------. 495
Limestone, as above; Operculinoides moodranchsaia. ...................... 500 -540














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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 Archaias withlacoochensis........................ 710
Limestone. as above; without Archaias withlacoochensis..................... 740
Limestone. as above; re-crystallized Peronella sp. fragments, large
Levidocyclina sp., and numerous Oerculinoides 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 Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp., a few
fragments of brown dolamite.................-........................... 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 densedark-gray limestone, eroded and water-worn. 105 115 Limestone, as above; plus dark tar% 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
mexicana, and echinoid plates........................................... 245 250
Limestone, as above, slightly more chalky; abundant Rotalia mexgiana,
and iliolids.......................................................... 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 Lepidocyclina
ocalana. and Gypsina sp................................................. 350 365


















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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
Levidocyclita sp., abundant Gypsina sp., and. Eponides sp.. .............. 290 330
Limestone, as above; more chalky matrix than before........................ 330 360

Williston Formation:

Limestone, as above; plus Operculinoides moodybranchensis.................. 360 430

Inglis Formation:

Limestone, white to cream. bard, granular; miliolid-rich. Fabiania cubensis,
some Lenidocyclina 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 sjbn3zas ................................................... 490 500
Limestone, as above; and dark gray-brown granular limestone (rubble?);
Discorinoysis Punteri. and numerous highly eroded Dictvaconus sp. and/or
Coskinolina sp.......................................................... 500 520

Avon Park Limestone:

Limestone, cream, granular to slightly chalky; abundant uneroded
Dictvoconus cooked and Coskinotina 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; molluscs fragments and large
Leoidocyclina .o q ana .........-.......................................... 210 240
Limestone, as above; with contamination of gray limestone from 160 feet.... 240 300

Williston Formation:

Limestone, as above; a coarse coquina of Lepidocyclina sp., with
Operculinoides moodybranchensis......................................... 300 350











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STATE -OF FLORIDA STATE BOARD 6OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF GEOLOGY FLORIDA .GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Robert 0. 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

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AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY Completed manuscript received September 27, 1962 Printed by the Florida Geological Survey Tallahassee ii ---.

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CONTENTS Page Introduction ............... ...... ................ .1 SWell-numbering system. ........ .... ....................... ...6 References ........................................ 7 ILLUSTRATIONS SFigure 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 Lakeland, Florida ........................ .......... 144 iii

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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 -EVA F L O POLK CITY HAINES LAKELAND AUBURNDALE CITY LAKELAND ' N C S HIGHLAND CITY BARTOW -.LAKE WALES MILES FT MEADE * FROSTPROOF LPOLK COUNTY Figure 1. Map of Polk County showing location of principal cities and towns with inset map of Florida showing location of county, 1 '-

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2 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY the Florida Geological Survey as Information Circular No. 23, entitled "Interim Report on the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Northwestern 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 investigation 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 piezometric 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 investigation. 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 comh 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.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 38 3 105 0 742-131-1 1 (2.7 miles south of Frostproof) 104 103 102 W 101 A _J w 100 96 ' \ I-98 A m 97 105 S104 > S103---J 102 102101 100 ioo , \----------748-119-1 (18 miles southeast of Lake Wales) 19491950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 19571 1958 11959 1960 Figure 2. Hydrographs of wells in the nonartesian aquifer, Polk County.

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4 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Table 5 contains water-level measurements in wells in the uppermost 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 thermistortype thermometer and were recorded manually. Additional water temperatures measured with mercury thermometers, are given in tables 1 and 8 of this report.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 38 5 744-131-1 747-159-3 753-158-3 754-151-4 as FOtprot_ l 01 Braodley Jct. at Mulbe.y 740 7. I' S7 73" -775' 799 704"4 ""7r ----... _ I _,-I-__---_" -..8 * ' oo * 400 0 :-i 52t * .M a' -300 O... , 95.1 I5 D.,ol.A,il 11.959 T1., .,,.,d 15P0 0 .9. iN stop 3e3OPld am. =MIS" T0-319 It .T.ne. in 1.10 It .TI O it DoleI AI S..5S am = .1 WL 7 to 20.3 02 in c0000,.t«n. 0 oed 0 B1f0 11.k , 90 .k1 ur 1715 * TO.toS t 5 Ocrth to vicler.Is& l ot i 10 Ut-SZ3" to weler I7 It * * Colh4 l h darft .r .h1 O e .000. L T0 6 ..O oI " .d.2,1 t * t 5o t o , -42 1 Te9p. in 0 ata lid" 40 *0140 T1i1p t1 ca »n2g al lid. * 758-153-5 758-153-6 800-156-1 804-151-6 at Highland City ot Highland City in Lokeland 7317 74* 75. 76' 77" 0 TW 73F 74' "75' TrF 730 74' 71 72T-F 730 T74 7M o I , .I I , " 0----------th to i1. t.l9 I _ 1 20 :-----T-ad-.2 5 ----MTim slopped-P,5, PIA -K T5 IW 3* Pr 0017. ". 410 Ia 1 1:.s· -1 5: it. W m t "C 5S"6 i ^'*"." S 0 740 75TV 7 T 7930 74' 750 TsB 730g 74. 75. 7T 74' TV5 10----------------Tm lwt OPH --------------------__ 00. .4 9.t ' 19o9 O .0 30 h. to ''. I S01 0 oZ Oron-edole it 1tortl 61.4' 50oog.6i. i.
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6 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.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 38 7 REFERENCES Heath, Richard C. 1961 Surface water resources of Polk County, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Inf. Cir. 25. Peek, Harry M. 1951 Cessation of flow of Kissengen Spring in Polk County, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. 7. Stringfield, V. T. 1936 Artesian water in the Florida Peninsula: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 773-C.

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robl 1, RI scn. I vel ll In Pa lk Counly, FL , Well iwmber; soe txt for s aplan4tinan of utWW-1.uuolberino 1yim, K ind of power: ;, el*irl.ic (;, brlte SIe; L, liquid fuel, Depth at wvl 11 lepored unlies otherwise noted: M, mrasured by authori tiacrinil Atporte. yieldi H, Ms rured by author, droppe.d, U8:1 U, domestc.; In, induatrtll ilr, Lrrigatlon; H munictpali 0, obseFvrlConi AquLferl 1, nonartelltan, 2, scondaryl 3, Florldani 4, mPPr»ot arteilan, ?S, other pubitc supply, X, 9ther, Water levelil Ilow l.nd surface unless othervw I naotdi A, above land surface GColog(c dta* aVMl4ble; , electric Log) 0, gasMa-ray loll W,, II0 well.num.br, (tlowinl wrel), cuttings availvabe; WI I., 10I well-number, drIllor'e log *vaItblts Type pumpl C, contrifuarll 1, forcei J, Jati N, nonel lr pLtther) T, turb(ne Remarkli Abn, abandoned; Diet, destroyedl Po., well number in Water Supply Paper 773.C W, wndmtll, and other. I, w ater level, in fast. Location C loin HMesuring point Water level h !! -1 I LU U " ,43 it s7 () 01 (I (1 739-121-1 NW 3W 30 32 30 V.I. Air Force Layne-Atlantic 1942 1,000 10 268 3 Top 6-tnch 3.42 61.0 19.6A 2.10-55 C 450 1 735 W-437 Co. set valve 19.3A 3. 8-55 flange -2 SW SW 30 32 30 .. d........... do-1942 540 10 205 3 ......do...... 3.38 59.0 19.6A 2-1055 576 P8 75 W-667 19,5A 3. 8-55 .3 NE SE 31 32 30 *.....do **...... ..... *do= .1942 1,035 10 262 3 .--do.. 2.85 61.0 16.SA 2-10-55 0 400 PS 75 W.381 16.7A 2. 3-60 .4 NE SE 31 32 30 ......do...--......do. 1942 1,055 10 285 3 ...--do. .2.88 612,5 16.7A 2-10-53 C 1 420 18 75 W.668 739-1291 N1 NW 35 32 28 Avon-Florida May Broe, 1950 1,238 12320 3 Land surf.ace -.. 114.63 21.9 10650 * 1,500 Ir --W-2842 See FOS RI 15, Citrue Corp. 10 p. 108M109 739-133-1 NW SE 31 32 28 Newman-de VegA. .ardquardt 1945 240 10 4 2 Access hole in .10 131 33.31 12-23-58 T 0 --. D ). -.** var rove Inc, pump base 34.50 22-6d -2 NW 8E 31 32 28 .do.... ..... .do ...... 1945 1,067 12 167 3 .............. .131 --, ....... T 1,500 Ir * ....... 739-136-1 NW NW 34 32 27 Harl Alman .....------......... 19481 700 6 80 2,3 End 4-nch 1.50 128.0 33.70 3-20-58 T L r ....---....... nipple In pump 34.44 22-60 discharge 739-137-1 E NW 33 32 27 Ben Hill J. M. Gilford 1956 1,030 10 50 2,3 End 4-inch die 4.50 145.0 51.47 107-58 T ----Ir .......... riffin Inc, charge pipe 51.31 22-60 739-147-1 BE SW 26 32 25 Z. Gillispie C. D. Cannon 1936 935 10 105 2?, Access hole in .6 113.0 29.61 103-58 T 1,000 Ir, --------and Sons 3 pump base 26.48 16-60 739-149-1 NE SW 28 32 25 Elam Sauls ..----.do.---1956 200 10 60 2 Top pump cclumr .75 100.0 20.57 6-27-58 T 4 -.-**lr .------*WL 17.25 inside of 15.30 16-60 1-22-60 discharge 739-150-1 SW NE 31 32 25 Rodney Durrance Geo. Dansby 1945 360 10 120 3 -------------------------T --r ----

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STable 1. Continued (() ) ( ))() () .(8) ' <. | (. (12) (L_3 " (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) 19 W (Z) \(ZZ (24) (2s 739-151-1 NW NE 3 32 24 W. Dow Durrance C. D. Cannon 1946 9007 10 --3 ................ .. .... ....... 800? .... .. and Sons -2 NW NE 36 3 2 2 -----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 16-60 739-152-1 NW NW 36 32 24'E. C. Clonny C. D. Cannon 1956 809 8140? 3 ccess 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 8295? 3 Fop pump .90 130.3 45.26 15-60 T L --I-Ir -----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 t-inch water1.15 145.3 58.80 1-29-60 T L --ITr ... ----and Son return connection on pump base 740-150-1 SE NE 30 32 25 Rodney M. Geo. Dansby 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 16-60 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 .--.. 3.92 66-58 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 22-59 C L -D,X ------. plate on 7.98 23-60 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 22-60 741-136-1 NW SE 15 32 27 ; 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 18-58 T L Ir . harge connec79.16 22-60 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 End of 6-inch U.0 149.2 61.83 107-58 T 0 1,300 Ir --.---... and Sonj idischarge 58.58 1-29-60 connection 741-140-1 E NW 24 32 26 W. & F. Roe Phillip Morrll 1946 76 12 66 2 Access hole in .5 147.3 14.34 107-58 T L -r .. ... and Son pump base 15.11 1-29-60 741-141-1 S8 Sb 15 32 26 W H. West C. D. Cannon 1956 405 4 55 2,3 top 4-inch .8 131.8 45.83 106-58 J E .D .......... and Sons casing 45.08 1-29-60

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'iblu 1, Continuad Iij j I -I I. .Ii i ii ... .... .' * ..-!"N .i '( ' i'. 1 F T 7 ... .i ri' .. 741-142'l SW BE 1 32 26 W, H WoeL C. U. Cannun 1956 908 10 134 2,3 iEd of lu on o ,0 130 43,58 1IU 6-5B1 0I' .|r T** ...and Sooni discharge 4374 1429.b6 741.150.1 NW SE 17 32 25 W, Lomwr Davis Ceo, Danby 1937 708 a8 309 2,3 End of 6b.nch 4,4 133.9 55,31 6-27F56 L ...* r ... *....... 6 dlichargu pps 46, 4 l-22-60 742-129. NHE NW 14 31 28 R, F, Doshor l,aynr-Atlantic 1946 1,060 12 291 3 Top of nipple ,2 103.6 15,96 3-ll-58 TL ** Ir ..** W-91 Co, in acceis hole , In pump base 742-131-1 NW SW 9 32 2 U.S. Geological Van Duyne 1948 62M 6 59 1 Top 6-inch 3.0 144.31 43 9-2445 * * .. 0 **** WgPolk 48 Survey casing 1002 -2 U NW 9 32 28 , W. Keen LayneaAtllntic 1945 1,023 12450 3 Acciss hole in I., 139.59 48,13 2-21.56 T ****. Ir ... W.965 Co, 10 pump base .69,30 2* 2*60 -3 B NI 8 32 28 0. K. Anderson Barney's Pumpi 1957 1,102 1. 400 3 .............. .... 151, ............. T L 650 Ir .... $W4461 MESate 6 742.1321 NW EL 8 32 28 lmanche H4llte Laynr-Aclantic 1949 1,113 12 317 3 Access hole in Flush 154.5J 61.14 2.27-. T L 1,000 Ir ***W·-187 Air line Co. pump bais 85 feet 742.134Nl NE 13 32 27 E .Polk C. D, Cannon 1956 1,100 12 204 3 End I.-nch 3.5 157.1 61.90 2. 2-60 T 0 1,320 Ir .... ...... and Ions discharge Sconnection 742147-1 NB NW 14 32 25 D. K. Thompson ......do ..... 1955 801 10 65 2,3 Access hole in , 123.7 35,04 16-60 T 0 **** r *..* . pump base 742-150-1 E NW 8 32 25 Swift nd Co. Vaughn 1946 811 20. 380 3 ......do ..... .8 97.6 9,31 5. 5 T E 5,000 In ....... 12 9.29 1-22.60 -2 BE NW 8 32 2....do ................... 1945 797 20 382M 3 Top 20-inch 4.4 93,3 8.81 51 1-58 N. * In ...K. G WL 8.10, -, 18 casing 8.50 4-1059 1-22-60 742-152-1 N NW 13 3224 Lloyd Shirley Cardenhire 1955 75 10 140 2,3 End 6-inch 2.95 L35 49,83, 1-22-60 L 925 lr ... ... discharge connection 742-200-1 NE NE 16 32 23 American Prine .*. 19M 4 16 1 Top 4-inch 1,0 140a 3.49 6658 C L 112H X 71.5 ...... Agricultural .casing .3. 75 15-60 Chemical Co, 743-125-1 SE SE 4 32 29 Polk County Herman Sloan 1959 203 3 162 2?, l~.Lnch gate 3,40 57.2 22.40 9-29-59 N S 73.5 Wg13, -Lake 3 valve on wall A 1003 Arbuckle discharge 21.70 23-60 boat A landing 743-128-1 SW SE 1 32 28 Christian C. G, Crosby 1954 615 4 168 2,3.................. 82.86 * ........* t E 30 D .--W-3215 Service Training Contur 743-130-1 SE SW 3 3228 Davi Bros ......do...-1947 1,107 12 293 3.....-.-.............. ......... ... T *** r ... ****..

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'ki;bl, L. C"nLinuud S7:. .,. T4 .s .: .. i iii ,, ...1.141 11 .. IIT 11i la til 1t1t its) .441 s 73-136-l SE NE 4 32 27 W Frostproo -..1926 735 16 ----3 --148.88 -....... N * ----X ---W-64 0l test; Land and Timber , Abn plugged at 20 feet 743-141-1 NE NE 3132 26 C, W. Adams C. A. Dansby 1940 1,060 10 177 2?, Access hole In 1.05201 115.81 3-19-58 TL 970 Ir -.----IEstt I 3 pump base 116.13 1-29-60 -2 NE NE 10 32 26 ohn II. M. R. Vaughn 1941 926 8 192 2?, End -nch 4.70 191.60 105,46 3-19-58 TL .*** Ir ----411 N wsomu 3 discharge 98.45 1-29-60 S, coupling 743-148-1 NE Si 4 32 25 Swift and Co. -------------1937 80O ----3 Access hole in Flush *>42 51-58 TE 3,000 In ---.. .--pump base -2 NE SE 4 32 25 ..du----.......-.....-.1938 800 30 -3 j-.....do....-1.0 136.7 73.04 51-58 TE 3,000 In --------WL both 74.27 1-22-60 pumping -3 NW SW 3 32 25 ------do-----.. --.1945 H40 20380 3 -------------. ... -----.... ...... -T E 3,200 In 12 -4 NK Sr 4 31 25 .--.....o--M. .Vaughn? '1947 .---6 ---.-----.......... ..---. ---.......-TE -In, --**---*D 743-154-1 NF. NW 3 32 24 Florldn Iluard rKrlals Wull and 1953 201 4 110 2 Top of sani,90 140 11.95 48-58 JE D -W-3024 SFor ustry upplyI tary sel 7.74 -5-60 743-157-1 SE SW 1 *32 23 J T. Blilumy --------------1935 240 4 --2 op 4-inch Flush 140 39.10 6-11-58 JE -E**. D ** S I °coupling 38.98 15-60 743-202-1 NI" NW H 32 23 J. F. Albrllton IIuyuLL. 1953 872 10-! 300 3 End 6-inch 5.O 144.2 67.92 68-58 TL -* I 6 discharge 65.51 15-60 connection 744-131-1 SE NW 33 31 28 Wllnm Fills --------.......... 199 319M; 6 208M1 2 Top 6-inch Flush 97.5 **-* *--*--* * * -----0 ** E Polk 51 ceasing -2 NW SW :33 31 ,2 Minute Maid G. W. Dunaby 1940 1,060 10334? 3 ..--....---.... 93.00 --.--. C E 750 In ---W-519 Corp. 8 -3 NW:SW 33 31 28 ...... do-... ----do...... 1945 1,040 12400? 3 ....---------..... ... .-.. .......... T E 1,200 In i 10 -4 ;NW 33 31 28 rown or R. II, Iludson 1926 1 254 8 1 3 2 ....------..... ... -.....----...... C 750 M ---WgiP-41 Frostproo 429 -5 NW NW 33 31 28 -.....do--. .---......do--.1926 425 H 191l 2,3 L-inch tup un -1.5 85e 7.72 24-58 C 650 M * ..... B-Inch tue -6 NW NW 33 31 28 -----do.... C , U Cannon 1950 430 Ib 197 2,3 Accos hulu In lush 84,7 3.07 24-58 TE 2,500 M 77.5 ...... and Sons pump Ihas 744-136-1 SE SE 34 31 27 J. W. Keen Layno-Atlanttc 1945 963 12 193 2, ...------do--150 167.7 74,65 3-10-58 T L 1,250 Ir --W* W-967 Co. 75.02 23-60

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'Tabla I. CO.-'i.Inued 744.14-1 BW W 26 31 26 Harvey Hall Jr Oardenl.tru ros 1953 681 10 .*-* ?t, End 6-inch .70 154, 69.00 3.-0.58 ** r --.... .... 3 discharge 74.19 ItP9*60 connaction -2 8W NW 35 31 36 Ft. Heade ...... 1958 .... 16 *--. 3 Top 16.-nch .40 178 91.13 3.I0.58 N .. l r .... ... Oroves Corp, casing 744.14231 8E 85 25 31 26 Larry Durranc C, D, Cannon 1956 881 10. 08185 2,3 Top pump .3 196,5 113.44 10 9* ' L * * Ir .**** *-.* and ons 8 244. column, inside 112.66 1.39-60 312 of pump discharge 7441433.1 C* NW 33 31 26 W, & F. Roe Phillip Horrtll 1946 178 12 145 37 ..........* ... .. 1. o ****.. ....... T e 1,500 Ir .... ....... *Center and Son .2 NE N 32 31 26 A. C. Wright, Sherous Wall 1959 851 o10 Oij8 2,3 .* ............ ......... ..... ....... T 600 Ir, -..Wtl. Jr, Drilling 8 290 D 1004 744-147-1 88 81 34 31 25 0. A, Mann C. D. Cannon 1956 700. 8 60 2,3 End 6-inch 1,5 124,5 38.09 10. 3.58 T L 600. * ...... and Sons 800 discharge 37.22 1-22.60 700 connection 744-153-1 SE SE 34 31 24 D. C. Russell ......do ..... 1956 820 10 173 3 lk-inch tap in 1.0 145,4 62.02 6.11-58 TL .-*. Ir **.... . pump base 58.15 15.60 744-154-1 SE 33 31 24 L. D. L. D, 1930 117 1k 60 1 ............... -.* .-. .. ....... p ...... D ** *... w Harborough Harborough 744-156-1 88 SE 30 31 24 American .............. 1952 850 240-145 2,3 Edge of pump .7 149.0 62.24 15-60 T E -* In --Wi. Air line 84,0 Agricultural 18 266base 1005 leeat alternate Chemical Co, 321 mp Ls air line gage, 1.0 feot above concrete base (land surface) 744-157-1 SW SE 25 31 23 American Layne-Atlantic 1956 950M 16337 3 Access hole in 1.45 148,07 72.73 6. 4-56 T 2,000 In ...* W-3852 WL 1960 pumping Cynamid Co, Co. 12 pump base 67.58 15-60 E -2 SE SE 36 31 23 American Virginia 1926 852 30324 3 .............. ..154e * .------N 7,500 In .--WiPo-38 Agricultural Machine and 18 1006 Chemical Co. Drilling Co, 744-159-1 SW SE 27 31 23 S. Cavalier Roy Wilt 1957 130 4 87 2 rTp of ant.40 152.8 23.86 6-13-58 JE I-. D 77.5 ..**** tary sual 26.47 15-60 745-133-1 SE SE 19 31 28 Keen Fruit C, D, Cannon 1957 969 12 195 2,3 Access hole in .25 151.4 58,21 12-23-58 TL -*-* Ir ..* ....... I Company Inc. and Sons pump base 56.99 21-60 745-134-1 SW NE 25 31 27 Polk County Whatlay Pump 1959 370 4 137 2,3 -****---...... .** 135 -----. **----.. T -D ---W-5351 and Well Co, 745-140-1 SE NE 26 31 26 W, M, Kolly and ......do-----1956 773 10 104 2,3 End 6-Inch 2.0 140,5 59.00 10-13-58 TL -----.Ir .--. ... t J 0, Campbell dischargo 57,67 1-29-60 connection

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Tablt 1. C ntcnued 1 l li ' el m.i ..l l iS )1 1i i i ; ii, I 7 11 ie IITI i I) --1i6 mit ,, I i i11t 1l (1 7 l l I 745-143-1 NW NW 28 31 26 Hugh Co. Barney's Pumps 1956 852 100-156 2,3 Top. pumpcclumn,l 0.2 198.5 11 3,09 1-29-60 T1:l,200 Ir .*. W-4107 Inc. a 345. inside of pump : 433 discharge 715-145-1 NW ME 25 31 25 Swift and Co. C. D. Cannon 1949 739 2.231? 3 Access hole in 1.25 89.13: 24.75 4.30.58 TE114,600 In ,-.W.2134 Both WL pumping and Sons 16 pump base 18.12 1-22-60i -2 NW NE 25 31 2 ......do--............ do......19 146 6 *2 .............-.. 89.6 ....j -----. -T; 34 Dn,.....i . 7"5-146-1 SWISE 23 31 25 Polk Count; B. F, Boland :913 480 200 3 Top horizontal: 3.1 79.9 3.271 45-55 CL Ir 75 P39; prion --Lnch well A farm discharge pipe I .82 63-55 -2 NE SE 26 31 25 Bert S. S takesi ......... .192 -..** 6 ** 3? ............-.-........ ...... C .. .C 10 73.5 Yield flowing reported by FOS, 1957; "Ft. Meade SI Springs" -3 NE SE 26 31 23 F. M. Wade ...............192i .... 8 *.3 .............. .. ... ....-. .. .... IZr 74 ....... X 745-147-1 SW SW 23 31 25 C. C. Flood .............. 1948 21M 2s 13 2 Top 2½-inch 15 '129,0 7.25 10-10-58 CIL 100 Ir .... ....... all on casing 5.25 1-22-60 t -2 SW SW 23 31 25 .**.-do...... Price 1956 30 2½ 20 2 .....-......... --.-....... C L 50UI 72.5 .*..... o00 745-148-1 HE SW 27 31 25 City of .............. 1913 900 12 800 3 Access holo in .50:140.2 52.69 3-18-59* E ' 750 77 ....... jo-42 Ft. Heade pump base 53.06 -2260 I -2 NE SW 27 31 25 SassonKing Inc. ---............. 1915 705 L270 2,3 ................ ..... .. ..--. :-T .......1 -500 II * 10 , .3 SE NW 27 31 25 City of Duval Drilling 1956 836 20371 3 Access hole in 1,441137.89! 56.26 319-58 TE ,11,500 H 1--W-123 ft. Meade Co. 12 ,pump bae 55.74 1.22-60 L 745-151-1 E SSW 19 |31 25 V. G, Roe and Morrill and 1947 550 L0 60 2,3 Airline gage 2.3 158.0 73.0 2-16-591T Ei *.-** lr '.-...** Air line Co, Sons 67.5 ' 1-22-60 112 feet S 745-153-1 HNW j26 3L 24 Florida Fruit May Art Drilling 1950 911 .24295 3 Access hole in .10 163.49: 80.0. 4-10-58 T-E 10,000 It **.... -2304 Co Co. 20 ump base I 77.84 15-60 745-158-1 NWiSE 126 31.23 American C. N. Boland 1912 980 16 ** 3 ..-...do..... ,3140.13 58.00 15-60 T1 ..... PS .L 81 *....... pumping Cyanamnid Co. : \ ' I : -2 NW S 26 31 236 .--.-do..--. -....do--** 850 10 -3 ........1.. *.. .... --...TL 500 PS ...*. .**' Stand by only -3 HE S 26 31 23 -*-.. do---......-do---...... 850 10 -** 3 ....-............-..... **-----T 1,200 PS --. ...*.*.. Swuing pool -4 HE E 26 31 23 ......do-.. ------. do -... -850 15 -3 ................. *..... .E ..... In, -...Standby only .5 WS SB 26 31, 23 --.. do----...... --do.......... 850 15 ---3 ..............----* * ..In ...... A

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Table 1. Cntlnued -Il 585j) e I5. '. 0 ~7i) 'ial 151 (1?L "tI) 1 .6) 1 ~71 11 g a )i i 4i)) ) I*L fI 11 1 745t045 6 W 8E 36 31 3 A.erlc«an C, H. %oland -.. 34 16 394M 3 Top 15-inch 2.50 137.37 1 , 38 4. 5-5 N * -**. In -... I Abni Cyenamld Co. (lanoi on 61.85 63-55 Po. 7t asrini 745.159-1 NE NW 37 31 23 9H. , Pearce C, P. Cannon 1955 766 100.136 2,3 Aceae hole in ,65 122.6 39,25 16-60 T 1 L1,00 Ifr *.. *** and IunsM 236pump bass 348 23 B I6 27 31 23 W, A. Dobbs Herman $loan 1959 272H 41121 2 Top 4.·nch ,70 160a 69.62 59.60 N * **... I ...** ,0 3 alting 746-12.I NW MW 19 31 30 Gill and John Spivey 1957 400 4 204 3 ..........*....* .... ........ ..-.TI B D 0 * .. McDonald Corp. 746.125,1 I II 16 31 29 I .N, DavlI .............. 1953 234 2 100 2,3 Tp on top of 1.9 66.6 10,4A 3.11.58 l W ..DX 73 ..... asling B,9A 12-15*59 746-131.1 1I NI 21 31 28 W, J. Mann 0C D. Cannon 1956 996 10 200 21, .............. 118.7 ............ T 0 1,000 I .... ...... and Ions 3 746-140-1 E 3 W 24 31 26 J. W. Doke ......do... 1956 758 8 120 2,3 ............ .. ...... .... ....... T L **Ir .2 S NI 24 31 26 Oriffin Trak -.do ...... 195 703 10 2,3.............. -----............... -.. T Ir *. ..... 8 29 746.141-1 NE N 22 31 26 lv L. Baget ......do .... 1957 425? 6 80 2 End 4-Inch 4,0 155,9 33.41 3.21.58 T L Ir ........... discharge 26.63 1-28-60 connection 746-143-1 SE NE 20 31 26 W. F, Eger Oardenhire Bros,---890 10497 3 Access hole in 1.0 223e :137 1-28-60 TE *... Ir -. WN8 pump baes 335 -2 8E BE 17 31 26 Mkolai .... do .......... 900 8 238 3 ...--..........-----.. ................. TL -Ir -Wi. Skubila 63 -3 SW SW 16 31 26 Larry W. C. D. Cannon 1956 856 100-194 2,3 ---................... ..... .......-TL .... Ir.... Durrance and Sons 8 263363 746-148-1 NW SW 22 31 25 Alturas Canning Cardenhire Bros, 1945 840 100-125 2,3 Top of nipple 1.70 148.5 62.45 3-18-58 T E 1,000 In -Wgi Both WL pumping Corp, 8 149in access hole 65,85 1-22-60 346 212 in pump base -2 51 SW 15 31 25 S .Gooch, Dansby W. Dr. 1947 221 6 56 2,3 ...-----........... .... 131.6 ---..... -----T 60 D -W-1625 Sr. Co. 746-150-1 BS NE 19 31 25 W. G. Roe and P. Morrill and 1946 830 10 75 2,3 Airline gage 1.0 153 73.0 2-16-59 T -I.r ..-.--Air line 92 feet Co. Son 1947 70.0 1-22-60 -2 NW SW 20 31 5 2 -. do .------do---. 1946 550 10 60 2,3 ----do--. 1.25 145e 65.75 2-16-59 T E --. r ..... 1 1947 62.25 1-22-60 746-153-1 W SW 23 31 24 Minute Maid ...------1945 855 10370? 3 Access hole In 1.0 169,6 80.00 48-58 T L 1,000 Ir ...... Corp. I8 pump base 78.32 15-60

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Table 1. Continued (01 111) 1 Is 18 1 to) 1) (6)1 171 Is$ 1o) 1101 (1111 (it) 1131 1 1 ts) 1 1 s 17 lt1 (1 1 )1 III) loI tts) (141 tell 747-114-1 SE NW 17 31 31 Cons. Naval May Bros, 1948 903M 6 179M 2,3 Top 6X3-ineh 0.30 61e 7.59 2-17-55 N .-.---W-1726 Stores Co. reducing 7.69 38-55 8,0 bushing 747-119-1 NE NW 16 31 30 REA .....--.. 1957 ..4 .---. ... ----.---....... -.....-.......-..... -... ...... 747-125-1 NE NE 16 31 29 E. N. Davis .....-----------...... ....--.... 2 --..-....--... .... .A 3-11-58 N --D ------.. -Well in Lake Weohyakapka, 40 feet from shore; observed flowing as shown 747-131-1 NWSW 9 31 28 S. W. Keen C. D. Cannon 1957 1,002 12 247 3 --...-------158.3 ..-----. ----. r ----and Sons 747-132-1 NW SW 8 31 28 R. Wilson Byrd A. H. Marquardt 1959 1,471 10 254 3 -------------202.1 --.---. ---. 900 Ir -W-4963 & Ben Lovelace Co. 747-133-1 NW SE 7 31 28 Citrus Grove R. H. Hudson 1935 1,017 8208 2,3 Top of s-inch 180 165.3 69.61 22-60 TE -Ir --WgiDevelopment 6 plug on 1007 discharge pipe -2 NE SE 18 31 27 Minute Maid H, C. Garden1946 628 8 187 2,3 ----...........-128.03 -----.---. J 150 D -fW-978 Corp. hire 747-137-1 E S 8 31 27 B. P. Kelly ----do----1946 959 10306 3 Access hole in .55 146.5 51.93 6-19-57 T L 1,060 Ir -W-1110 8 pump base 49.21 1-29-60 747-140-1 E NW 13 31 26 Lee Baggett C. J. Argue 1956 125 3 90 2 ----.------............. --.....--.. --D l 747-142-1 NE NW 15 31 26 Ellis B. Varner Barney's Pumps 1955 255 8 108 2 --...---... -164.59 --. ----T L 800 Ir 1-W-3779 Inc. -2 NE SW 10 31 26 -----do---C D. Cannon 1957 795 10165 2,3 op pump 1.0 160,2 76.62 10-13-58 T L 1,300 Ir ---and Sons 8 column inside 76.47 1-28-60 pump discharge 747-143-1 NW SW 16 31 26 W. F. Eger H. C. Garden1945 828 10316 3 Access hole in 1.15 181.93 88,80 1-28-60 T -Ir --. W-912 hire, Jr. 8 pump base 747-144-1 NW W 17 31 26 J. R. Best ---------.. --.-..... ... .. ....--....--.. ..... 201.8 .---.-TL -I -Ir ----.. -2 NWNE 17 31 26 Barr Groves Inc. Gardenhira Bros. 1946 880 12360 3 Access hole in .25 215.8 133.31 4-23-58 T --r -Wgi' 10 pump base 348 -3 NE W 17 31 26 B. S. Varn and --... do .--. 1945 855 10336 3 ----do--. 2.45 206.4 138,59 1-28-60 T ----r ---WWg R. A. Fort .8 343 747-148-1 SW NW 10 3125 Int'l, Minerals Layne-Atlantic 1946 785 24 314M 3 lop 24-inch .50 115,04 32.80 5-21-58 TE -In -W-1062, and Chemical Co.Co. casing 32.70 1-22-60 E -2 E W 15 31 25 .D. Gooch ..-----.... .. 1911 800 10 --3 Top 10-inch 1,0 133.5 43.31 1-22-60 T -D --. -1912 casing

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S t I i ' ii .....'...'..i.... i '. I' '"i ', -"ii'-" 'Y r747.1491 NW I 9 31 21 Int'l. Hlnrals* Layn-'AlinILi 0 1946 Bl 24:366 3 Tup culcar r F lkh l31,02 47.41 5-43158 T E ' ,000 In -...W.1008 and Chemictl C3 Co. 18 pump tbas 747.153*1 SW HE 131 24 Swift and Co, C. D, Cannon 1947 803 12. 284 3 ........* ..... ...... ..' *l ... T e 1,200 In .--* ...... and Bunn 10 -2 SW NE 15 31 24 *...... o .. ....... do..... 1952 813 20. 167 2,3 Atrline gsag 2.0 166,8 67,5 4.30-58 TL .*... In ... Wlt. Airline 130 faet 16 84,5 1. 5.60 1008 both WL pumping 747.154-1 01 EW 10 31 24 .-.... do ..... M, I, Vaughn .... 300 8. -.-3 Access hole In .10 160. 76,45 4.30.58 T 160 In ........... SBoth WL pumping 6 pump basr 74,90 I1 5S60 747.158-1 SW SW 12 31 23 Mathaniel Barney's Pumps 1955 100 3 63 2 .............. ..128.161 .. .. ...... 20 P **. W-3576 McFadden Inc. .2 BW E 11l 31 23 Seaboard .............r.. .390 10 120 2,3 Aooees hole in .6 136,0 51,50 65-8 T I 161 , .......... Ai:line R pump base X -3 SW 2 11 31 23 .. .--do ............. .... 1941 2911 4 591 2,3 Top 4-Inch .4 136.0 52.07 6. 5-SB N .* **... , *-.. ,0 Abnj WL 49.41, 1942 ceaing 51.72 49-39 X 1.6.60 747.159-1 NE 6E 10 31 23 Lawrence J, P. Whatley 1950 300 8 80 2,3 Top of pump .75 143.1 50.11 6-16-58 T Ir ........... Anderson column iLnide 46.45 16-60 pump dilcharge 747-200-1 SE SW 10 31 23 ......do ..... ..............1930 600 6 --. 3 Discharge 1.0 140. 53.70 6-16-58 T L 450 Ir --.. flange on pump 49.89 16-60 747-201-1 SE SW 8 31 23 B. L. Cravey B. L. Cravey 1943 21 3 15 1 Top 3-Inch 1,2 160 6.25 6-16-58 C L 80*... .. casing 110 748-112-1 8E NW1 31 31 Geo. Williamson Sadler and 1959 388 3246 2,3 -........... .... ..... .... ......C 60 D ... Taylor 2 748-114-1 NE NW 8 31 31 U.S. Geological Van Duyne, Inc. 1948 201 6 12 1 Top 6-inch 3,9 60.99 58.65 1-28-60 * ....... 0 ..-WgiPolk 50 Survey caing 1009 748-115-1 NW NE 7 31 31 Consol. Naval May Bros. 1948 364 3 186 2,3 ...........--. .6555 .... -. ... P E 40 D, ..-W-1710 Stores Co. x 748-116-1 NB NE 12 31 30 U.S. Geological Sherwood and 1950 12M 1h -.1 Top 1t-inch 1.5 63e 2.20 12-15-59 -* ..... -.......... Polk 53 Survey BSihop casing 748-118-1 NW NW 10 31 30 R. .Mime Southern Pipe 1954 217 3 80 2? .... ............. * .... .... J. D *...... . and Supply 748-119-1 B N NE 9 31 30 U.S. Geological Van Duyne, Inc. 1948 17M 6 13 1 lop 6-inch 3,0 105.00 2.15 12-15-59 0 .... W. 0 * W Polk 49 Survey casing 1010 -2 NW SW 4 31 30 Indian Lake Crosby Well 1957 968 10390 3 Top 10-inch .5 100.08 33.79 3-14-58 N -1,200 PS ----. -4288 Estates Drilling Co. 8 casing 33.03 12-15-59 B -3 NW SW 4 31 30.. .do...... ......do-...... 1957 976 16 227 2,3 Top 16-inch 1.0 99.70 32.83 3-14-58 N ...... P *.... W-4503 WL 32,00, casing 32.90 5. 6-59 12-15-59

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Table 1. c Uncnuea (I1 11) 13 14 ) i 7 ) 15 1 1 sI i9 I~~ 0) tilt IIi h1I1 1141 lTi5 161) T 171 i a Illi i i|8 ..ri 748-119-4 NW SE 4 31 30 Indian Lake A. 1, Marquardt ---290 4 213 2 1--..--..,-----...-. TE Z... X, *X -.*... Estates Ir -5 SE SE 4 31 30 ..--. do .Crosby Well .-943 8 218 2,3 ..----. -----........... -.. TE -X, -Drilling Co. Ir 748-126-1 W SE 5 31 29 Polk County Horman Sloan 1957 199 3 153 2,3 Top 3X14-inch 2.20 64.8 21.50 2-27-58 N -Flow PS 72 WgiLake Weakyakapka reducing 23.20 12-15-59 35 1011 boat' landing coupling on casing 748-131-1 NW NW 9 31 28 Marshall EdwardHeater Well Co. 1957 1,202 16 309 3 Access hole in .20 242.6 150.57 4-25-58 T 1 ,400 I -W pump base 154,62 22-60 .1012 748-132-1 NE SW 5 31 28 Citrus Grove M. R. Vaughn 1940 1,138 12 247 3 --.---.......--. .279.47 .--.--*--TL 1,240 Ir '-W-46S SDevelopment Co. -2 SW N 8 31 28 M. H. Edwards Smith-Reader1946 1,168 12 ---3 ---..----------... .-------TL ---IT --I Smith -3 631 28 Marie D. Cody Kenneth Turley 1957 600 6271 3 ----.....----... -205.37 --.-----.... T 150 PS -W4364 1 4 748-138-1 |NW NE i8 31 27 8. P. Kelly --. ------37 I ---I op l-inch 1.0 -. .6.0 6-17-57 N * --. --------Abn SI casing -2 SWIHE 8 31 27 .---. do---John Spivey 1958 850 8 145 2,3 ------------. ----T E --Ir ....... 748-141-1 SW SW 2 31 26 R. C. Harloy Barney's Pumps 1958 725 10 114 2,3 Top pump .5 151.38 61.24 4-23-58 TI 1,400 I ---W-3878 I Inc. column, inside 62.05 1-28-6. 1 pump discharge 748-144-1 I SW 5 31 26 Roy Perdue Gardenhire Bros.1955 815 12281 3 ----------------110.7 -------TL 1,500 IT -----10 -2 SE HW 831 26 Lake Garfield --.. do---. 1945 844 10360 3 --.----.-----. 212e .------T E -Ir ---WgiNurseries 8 342 748-145-1 SW SE 6 31 26 J. L. Garrett -....-do.--.. 1950 822 100-128 2,3----------..--210.1 ---.----TL --Ir --W-2139 8 188329 -2 NW 8 6 31 26 W. L. Hutcheson M. R. Vaughn 1945 --20 ---3 Top It-inch 1.70 213 127,52 4-10-58 T ---I ---1946 all in access 127.49 1-26-60 hole in pump base 748-148-1 SW NW 10 31 25 In'l. Minerals Layna-Atlantic 1946 797 24339 3 ...---.----. 110.14 ...----.. T 6,500 In -W-1050 and Chemical Co. 18 -2 E NW 4 31 25 VirginiaM. X. Vaughn 1946 904 24796 3 Access hole in 1.0 127.49 47.18 5-20-58 T E 2,700 In .-.---. WL 47.32, Carolina Corp. 16 side of pump 49.95 1-21-59 1-22-60 base -3 NE SW 3 3125 ---.. do--. ----do--1944 746 24 -3 ---.. do-.... 1.3, 102 26,74 5-21-58 T i 5,000 In 75 .--oth WL pumping 20 31.53 1-22-60

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'Pblo 1 (;,'l''u''J * J......... 11 .i (! .... .. ...... !.. .. »!..w II. ...... i.!."" " ' -"1 ' i.. ..-I. .. l VI........... . 748-1404 SW NW 10 31 5 J llI't1 Mi1lll1s Liyii-AAllýlic 194 /47 1 24 341 3 ....."*"..**1. .-. 110.2 f****.* T 1 6,000 In 1 -1 -W995 and Chumical Cu. Co, I8 -S W NW I1 31 5 -** do 25...... ...i. d ...... 94. .100 24300 3 ..r---. *.. ... 115.35 ..*** **-. T .6,000 In --.* W.619 18 .6 SW NW 10 31 35 ......do .... .... di ...... 1942 400 6 300 2,3 ........ ......... 118.35 I... .-.. C ... In -. ....... 749.112.1 E NW 331 31 Norman Hldley Sadler-Taylor 1958 269 4 201 2,31Top sanitary 1,0 57,0 6,29 22-59 ***I D ...... seal 749.120.1 SW N3 32 33 30 Pul Keen Crosby Wall 1949 800 4 102 2,3 Top 4-inch .5 74.2 1,00 12-15-59 C0 .... D 74,5 Wgi. DrillIng Co. coupling 1013 749-135-1 8 NW 35 30 27 Crooked Lake John Spivey 1956 515 6 135 2,3 Top 6-Inch Prut 134,3 29,49 2. 1.60 T .** PS * ..... Park ca& Ing 749-142-1 NE SW 34 30 26 D. B, Murphy ............... 1920 126M 6 *... 2? Top 6-inch cap .3 165e 22.05 6020-57 * -..... I ..........Abn 2 NI W 34 30 26 ......do ..................... 1921 1041H 4 103 2? Top 4l-nch -2,0 157 49.65 115-*7 N ..... Ir, * *...... Active drainage casing 47,59 1.27-60 X well for control of surface pond. Ing 749-144-1 NE NE 6 31 26 Lake Garfield Gardenhire Bro. 1946 866 12310 3 .............. .... 232 ..... ...... T L r .... WgiNurseries 10 364 749145-1 SW NW 31 30 26 Roy Perdue and ......do...... 1949 847 10312 3 Access hole in 1. 217.4 131.17 4.25-58 TL ..-Ir .... WIi. others 8 pump base 130.95 1-26-60 471 -2 NE NW 6 31 26 Lake Garfield ..-. do...... 1947 817 12316 3 ......do ..... .70 230.5 136.46 4-29-58 T E *. Z Ir .Wgi. Nurseries 10 136.55 1-26.60 378 -3 NE NE 36 30 26 lutchinson H. R. Vaughn 1940 681 12179 2,3 ..................-198.62 -.......TL Ir .... W-10 Grove 10 749-149-1 8E NE 32 30 25 Dan F. Wear J. P. Whatley 1951 673M 8P 5 2,3 Top 8-inch .50126 42.37 9-30-55 N * -. Ir .... E,G 6 0 caging 47.07 10-21-55 310M -2 W NW 33 30 25 Seaboard Gardenhire Broa. 1950 172 6 116 3 Top 6-inch 1.00 120.0 32.18 4-17-58 JE *D 0 ......---.. WL 32.67, Airline RR casing 34.56 1-21-59 1-23-60 749-150-1 NW SW 31 30 25 John Prker J. P. Whatley 1957 480 8 61 2,3 End 4-inch 2.0 146.0 46.68 10-10-58 TL -Ir .......... discharge 45.41 1-23-60 connection -2 NW Ne 31 30 25 Int'l. Minerals May Bros. 1938 800 8160 3 Top 8-inch Flush 142e 57.65 10-10-58 N * -.Ir *-.... --.. Dest by mining and Chemical Co 1940 6 casing 1959 749-153-1 NW SW 35 30 24 C. W. Shepperd J. P. Whatley 1955 74 4 30 1,41 op 4-inch .60 153a 5.16 6-12-58 CL .-Ir .-----casing 749-156-1 SE NE 31 30 24 American H. L. Chase 1921 765 30351 3 .................. 160e .--.-------N -5,138 In .*WgiPo-35; abn, SAgricultural 15 1014 capped, Chomical Co. submerged

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Table 1. Continued ' 111 111 13 1111 ) 1 Tt0 171 111 6l1 1101 till 2 11 ) i13 j (14Im t ier Ill tilT li s |eI Il 122asi I 22 2252 749-157-1 SE NE 36 30 23 American Barney's Pumps 1955 195 6 117 2,3? ---------------147.02 ---------TE 40 D, ---W-3547 Agricultural Inc. In Chemical Co. 749-158-1 NE NE 35 30 23 ..------do ---------------1916 775 -----27, -----------.--.------------..-TE. 400 D, --3 In -2 NW NW 36 3023 ----do------------------1916 ---14---3 -----------------------T -D, 10 In 749-159-1 NW NE 3 31 23 J. P, Jamson J. P. Whatley 1956 199 4 42 2 ---------------155e ----------E ---D -* 749-203-1 NW NW 6 31 23 Lang-Lawless May Bros, 1950 587 61307 2,3 Pump discharge 2.0 157.5 81.40 6-18-58 T L --Ir --. Fruit Co. 4 flange 77.72 14-60 -2 NW NW 6 31 23 ------do--------------------19M 2 ---1 Top 2-inch 1.0 155e 5.87 6-18-58 N ---Ir -------Abn I casing 5.05 14-60 750-131-1 SE SW 28 30 28 Florida Layne-Atlantic 1941 967 10304 3 Access hole in 1.6 161.65 59.16 1-10-58 TE --PS r--W-623 Both WL pumped Research and Co. 8 pump base 60.11 21-60 recently Water Co. 750-133-1 NW SE 30 30 28 B. V. Dopier Crosby Well 1950 918 8 231 27, ----------------1879 ----------T E 450 Ir ---W-2127 Drilling Co. 3 S 750-135-1 NW NE 35 30 27 Crooked Lake John Spivey 1958 1,060 10 128 2,3 Top 10-inch 1.0 143e 35.75 3-14-58 --1,500 PS 81 WgiPark Water Co. casing 1015 -2 NE SW 26 30 27 A. Haber Dunham 1956 167M 4 99 2 Top 4-inch .5 136e 17.05 12-19-58 N ---In ---Wgicasing 14.98 21-60 1016 750-137-1 SW SW 28 30 27 0. T. Bryan Crosby Well 1953 960 10 115 2,3 End 6-inch 2.5 132.5 31.68 10-14-58 TE ----Ir ---Drilling Co. 1954 coupling on pump discharge -2 SE SE 29 30 27 ..--.do----------do-----1947 1,050 10 90 2,3 -------------------. TE --Ir -----750-141-1 NE NW 26 30 26 Sam David .------------1940 900 6 ---3 ----------------------------TE ---D, .. X 750-142-1 SW SE 21 30 26 E. A. Pierce Layne-Atlantic 1951 735 14 .--3 Access hole in 1.0 170e 76.76 4-29-58 T L -Ir -----Co. pump base 77.00 1-27-60 -2 NW NW 34 30 26 L, F. Richey May Artes Well 1943 719 10 115 2,3 End 8-inch 6.5 177,0 84.93 10-13-58 TE ---Ir -----1944 discharge 87.58 1-27-60 connection -3 NW NW 27 30 26 Ledly Wear Gardonhire Bros. 1945 700 10438 3 -----------------176e --.--------E 1,200 Ir -Wgi8 344 750-143-1 SE W 28 30 26 N. A. Odowaki Barney's Pumps 1956 725 8 105 2,3 Top pump 1,0 161.48 68.74 4-11-58 T L 600 Ir --W-3849 Inc. column inside 68.80 1-27-60 pump discharge -2 SE NW 28 30 26 .---do----Sherouse Well 1957 130 3 63 2 .............. ....-------------------JE --D ... ..... Drilling

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Tabli 1. Cuntinued 750-145f1 NE NE 25 30 25 C. L. Howll GCrdenhlir Bro.s 1947 81 12 1'4 , **-..1, .-. ..... ....... .... 7 .-... W . 485 .2 E B 25 30 25 Dewey H, ..... dao..... 1957 775 10. 361 3 ............ .... 202 ...... .... .... .*.. PO Summers a 750-148-1 BE NE 28 30 21 Florlda Pioneer Pitt 1928 4,540 (15 3,130 ... .......• ...... .... 84,96 ... * .. ... x *...* W-61 il test willl 011 Corp, 8 sbn, c*pped, subnwrerd 750.149-1 n 1 29 30 25 MiLdltsti May Bro;, 1943 1,100 8 -p 3 Top 11 in 1.25 121,5 35,60 L. 6.59 1 1 ***** In w.... .... WI ,659L facker Inc, OGvdnhirl Bros, aIcses hole in 21.60 1$25,60 pumptln pump base -2 NIE 8129 30 25 ...*** do *.. Whatley Pump 1956 547 8 59 2,3 * ***...... .*... ....... T .*.... In o... ....., and Well Co, 750.151-1 NIB 8 25 30 24 Int'l, Minnrals Lyne.Atlantic 1947 717 240.148 2,3 Accls holo In 1,0 122,0 39,0 5.225'.8T 2 ***** In ***..* W . and Chemical C Co. 15 244* pump base 545 354 .2 N t8 l 25 30 24 ... do...... .....dod ......196 969 24346 3 ......do... 1.0 129.26 44.786 I22.58 T 1 6000 In ... 1399 L 70.701, 1-25.60, 18 40,46 1.23660 pumping .3 NW NE 3030 25 ......do .......... do .... 1946 776 24. 331 3 ......do.... 12 135,5 51.62 5-22-5 T L 6,000 In *... W-1395 Air line 67 ift 15075 1-23.60 WL 50,51, L-25.60 -4 SW N 25 30 24 ......do ......... do ..... 1948 j0 10 93 2 ......do ..... 10 118,90 30.76 22-58 2T 100 In -.... -1706 WL 30,48, 1-25.60 33,87 19.19 L 750-152.1 NW I 35 30 24 0 , h. heopprd .............. 1953 117H 4 60 2, lop 4-inch lluh 141* 50,42 6-12-5 N .* r *.... ....... 31 clling 48,30 1. 5-60 750-156-1 I8 NI 30 30 24 a Lortein .............. 1916 .... 14 .... 1 3 rop 10-inoh 3,0 137.4 57,05 5-27-.8 N * .* In ........ Abn gricultural 10 coupling chemical Co. 750-157-1 8B 1 I 5 30 23 ...* do ...... Brny's I u 1952 345 4268 3 .................. 14,89 **.. * **... * I * In .... jLInc. 3 1017 750-1581 8W IE 26 30 23 T. J. Anderson, ......do.... 1954 180 4 80 2,3 op of esnitOi .50 150,7 58.94 6-16-58 5 **** 0 ...* *..... St, et*l 53.15 Ls 5-60 710-200L1 NW NB 28 30 23 D. B. Kibler, J, P. Whatley 1948 167 4 70.80 2 top 4.Lnch .40141.5 12,59 6-23-58 C 0 1 ... D .... -...... Jr. casing 9.97 14-60 751-127-1 NW W 19 30 29 Laura M. L. Dunham Well 1957 978 10 163 2,3 End of 6-Inch 2,5 123,6 34.22 12-15-59 TL 1,720 Ir .... Wi. Smith Drilling Co. discharge 800 nipple 751-128-1 N1 E 24 30 28 A. L, Gilbert John Spivoy 1959 848 8255 3................ 12.8 .... .-* * -. I ......... 6 751-131-1 NW E 2 30 28 .L. Wilson, Whutl.y Pump 1956 917 12 263 3 nd 8-inch 5.0 135e 37.32 2-18-58 T L Ir --. *-S;. and Wall Co, dischargo couplins

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Table 1. Cintinued II11 1 1 1 1 41 !II I # II (of 11. c--f fi et fill 1 1141 fie )8rl (too) I 1i 5l.1 i tm fal I( flat -4 4) -s -i 751-132-1 SE NW 20 30 28 lake Garfield Gardenhire Broa 1955 965 124087 3 Access hole in 1.15 168.6 66.52 12-22-58 E ----I ---Nurseries 10 pump base 65.51 2160 -2 SW SE 20 30 28 ------d-----do---. 1957 932 12498 3 ..---------.-..-..-----TL .Ir -WSi. 10 1018 751-133-1 SW SW 18 30 28 Village of Layne-Atlantic 1948 1,080 10975 3 ---------------146.7 --------600 M .... W -1754 Abn; plugged Highland Park Co. 6 -2 SW SW 18 30 28 ----do------------. 1927 900 12 ---3 Access hole in 1.60 121.7 14.00 21-60 T E 1,100 M -------ipump base 751-135-1 NWNB,.23 30 27 N. C. Jahna Crosby Well 1954 325 4 114 2,3 -...-------132.6 ..---T E --E -PS -... Drilling Co. 751-140-1 SE SW:13 30 26 .C. Fulton Gardenhire aros. 1945 828 10 252 2,3 ---*------135e --' ----T , --Ir -Wg L 337 751-141-1 NW SW,23 30:26 Roy Perdue .---. do..1945 658 10307 3 ..----... -----. 163.4 -...-------. T -Ir -1W-928 751-143-1 SE :SE 20 30 26 Ignacy Golon Barney's Pumps 1956 465 8 113 2,3 Top pump .30 154.97 63.35 4-11-58 T L 600 Ir -W-3848 Inc. column, inside 63.64 1-27-60 discharge --2 NW W 21 3026 R. C, Harley ----. do--1955 738 10 109 2,3 End 8-inch 5.0 157.47 62.97 4-11-58 T L 1,500 Ir ----1 -3649 discharge 67.03 1-27-60 i connection -3 SE SW :16 30 26 8. C. Cook and Cardenhire Bros. 1949 756 12 106 2,3 Aoas hole in 1.4 166.9 71.78 4-23-58 T G ---Ir. WiSons pump base 71.90 1-27-60 461 751-145-1 N ,NW 19 30 26 Gco Chartrand ...... do ...... 1946 781 12 209 3 .............----------.... 75.8 ...---..----....... T L --Ir --.... W-974 -2 SW S i24 30 25 Joel C. Garrard ---do --. .1946 838 12299 3 ------------212e -----TL -I -* Wgi10 363' -3 NW SW 19 30 26 Dixieland --do--1946 771 12 242 3 ....-..----------186e ---TE --Ir --Wgi Enterprises 352 751-146-1 NW NW 24 30 25 Marshall 1H. Layne-Alantlic 1951 812 12298 3 Access hole in .30 204.59 118.27 4-24-58 T L 1,285 Ir -W-2413 Edwards Co. 10 pump base 118.25 1-26-60 -2 SE NW 24 0 25 1. F. AllbritCn0ardenhire Bros. 1946 717 10210 3 .--...do..50 170.7 95.99 1-22-60 TE --, Ir --W-1006 8 751-148-1 SE SE 16 30 25 VirginiaLibby-Freeman 1950 616 30 62 2,3 --. do---.. 1.0 113.37 35.35 5-21-58 T B 8,000 In -*W-2856 UL 5-21-58 Carolina Corp. 31.62 19-59 pumping 751-155-1 NW NE 20 30 24 Int'l, Minerals Layna-Atlantic 1951 330 10 157 2,3 ..-.. do..1.40 183.4 107.75 15-60 T E1 350 In -4-2500 WL pumping and Chemical CoCo. L -2 NW NE 20 30 24 .do -.----. --.. do ---. 1951 788 24336 3 ------..... ---.. 182.5 ------T 5,200 In -W-2538 20

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'libli 1, Unllni u l ... i. ...... ....... ... .91........ 751-1S5-3 NW NE 20 30 24 Nil'. Minlrails LAynsVAtl4nitic 1957 32 26 J44 3 Acub hul In 1.40 12 1 B?,J 5-28r58 T * 5,000 In W-** -4185 Air l(ne 130.3 lid Chmilcal Co, Co, pump beau 85.4 15-60 ftll| alternatl nP is air line ga8, 2,25 lfCl abova land suri faceI WL pmp. ing 1.5.60, *Sigam pump -4 NW NE 20 30 24 ...-.-do .... 0Gardenlir Barosa,956 .*** 12 * .. 3 ..... 0 ......... ..... ... ... ......* *. ·T E .. In -**pum 751-159-1 SW SW 23 30 23 ......do-... Layne-Atlantic 1947 888 249 430 3 ,..*.............. 135.04 ***. ..T E 3,500 In .... W-1476 Co. 18 751-201-1 1E NW 21 30 23 Robert B. Cctll Argue 1952 80 4 60 2 .............. ** *... *** **...... CE *** D .... Rosencranse 752-120-1 NO Ni 17 30 30 Sam Keen Vin Duyne, Inc. 1947 270 3 180 2,3 ump house Flush 64.5 6,4A 24-59 C ..... * 0, ** floor 64.5 7.5A 12-15-59 X 752-123-1 NW 8E 14 30 29 ......do...... Spivey 1950 350 3 170 2,3 oncrete floor Flush 72 4.0A 23-59 P * * *... X *..* ....... Abn 1951 at wall 4,85 12-14-59 S 752-133-1 SE E 12 30 27 Highland Park ...........-.. .... ... 6 ..... .......................*** D, .......**T..... D Service Co. Ir 752-134-1 SW 5E 12 30 27 I. A O'ShaughCrosby Well 1956 950 12 163 2,3 End k-inch tap 2.6 180,8 71.08 12-15-59 T L 1,500 Ir ........... naly Drilling Co, * on discharge pipe -2 S NW 13 30 27 Cooperative ......do .... 1957 840 10 138 2,3 ............... .. .---. .. .... ....... T 0 Itr * * *.... Fruit Co. *3 SE SE 12 30 27 Highland Park May Bros. 1945 846 80-198 2,3 ...---...... ...201.4 --..... .TE *..... r .... Wtg Service Co. 6 2371019 252 752-135-1 SW SW 11 3027 A. W. Owens C..rl Crosby 1953 400 4 115 2,3 ..----....... ......... ..... .....* JE ..I PS -2 SW SW 11 30 27 ......do ..... Crosby Well 1955 115 4 115 2 ----.............. *---I ---.... T E * .PS *. Drilling Co. -3 SW SW 11 30 27 Johnson and ...---do.--... 1957 1,275 10 183 2,3 .-------......... ..... I ....... -TL .Ir .. , HMimi 752-140-1 SE NW 13 30 26 R. G, Newcombe Tyson 1922 182 4 56 2, Top 4-inch 1.2 145.0 40.18 1-27-60 N .--... D I.---Abn 3? casing -2 SW NW 13 30 26 ......do .'.. GCardenhirs Brou 1946 694 10 158 3 Water lubrica1.65 140a 50.00 6-21-57 TL ... Ir .......... tion line tap 46.01 1-27-60 on pump base 752-141-1 NE SW 14 30 26 Roy Perdus ......do ..... 1950 783 10 265 3.......... ... 138.04 * .......... .I .... W-2126 -2 E SE 15 30 26 J. A , Keon --....do.--. 1950 695 12 115 2,3 Gage tap on 1,80 143.88 59.99 3:11-58 T IL -......r I*. * W2141 ump discharge 60.43 1-27-60 rlange

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Tublu 1. Continuod ) 10.1 ,i.itT.. 1irT .) ill II) 1 I (143 1T t t -r t 1 sl1 ll111 |s S I s 4 ts 752-141-3 SW SW14 30 26 J. P. Ellis Barney's Pump 1956 719 10 185 2, p pump 0.25 143.71 48.38 4-11 L 1,200 Ir ---4189 Inc. 3 column inside 48.62 1-27-60 of pump discharge 752-142-1 SE SE 16 30 26 Ray Perdue H. C. 1945 535 6 150 2,3 Access hole in 2.30171.0 76.39 2-10-55 TE --Ir 79.5 --Cardenhire pump base 83.83 63-55 -2 'NW SE 16 30 26 E. H. and B. B. Whatley Pump 1950 340 6 100 2,3....----. ----... ------TE -PS .... Register and Well Co. 1951 -3 NE;NE 16 30 26 D. J. Godwin --... do--1950 780 10 160 2,3 .------. ----.....-.... --"" .... Ir ----4 SW NW 15 30126 Big-4 Groves A. H. Harquardt 1935 200 2 170 2 ------------------T E 15 D, ..... Ir -5 NENW 15 30;26 ---do--Crosby Wall 1955 743 12146 2,3 .--....----.-*---.. "T L 1,400 Ir -.... Drilling Co. 10 -1 NE NE 16 30 26 Fulton Cole .---...-300 6 --2, Top 6-inch .5 159.5 66.96 6-19-57 T E *-X -SiSeod Co. 3 casing 68.87 1-27-60 -7 SW SW 10 30:26 Garrard Groves Gardenhire Broa 1946 824 120-169 2,3 -.---------159.4 .------T --Ir -W-111l 10 202N I 233 -8 NW SE 10 30 26 John White Barney's Pumps 1956 750 10 207 3 End 8-inch tee 3.5 140.39 44.03 1-27-60 T L 1,200 Ir *--. -3874 Inc. on discharge 752-143-1 NE NW 16 30 26 Vurdon Voulht Red RodBors 1950 644 10 --2?, End 8-inch 5.9 162e 64.51 1-27-60 T L -Ir ..--. 3 discharge pipe -2 NW SE 16 30 26 Roy Purdu ----...-------. .1957 729 10 145 2,3 ...-----...........---T ---..... Ir .-----... 752-145-1 SW E 12 30 25 ,Tru-0-Rlpu --.----..--.--. 1950 800 ------3 .............. ---------. S'Groves -2 SE NE 13 30 25 14Mr. Goo. ..--------------... -5 ..-...--..-...---.... ,.... ........ -" -N * ------.. ---Abn !Chnrtrand -3 SE SE 113 30525 M. Ktnet Ourdonhiru Bros,1946 791 10242 3 ceaa hole in 1.30 176.2 94,48 10-15-58 TL --r . S6 Bpump base 91.58 1-26-60 355 -4 NW SE 30 26 R. L,. Bryan .------do ------632 8495 2?, ---do .... .5 167 74.00 4-22-58 T L -Ir --. 'i6 3 73.63 1-26-60 359 -5 NE NW 18 30 26 Owuy I -...--do...--735 12 149 2,3 ---do----. .30 155.6 61.43 10-15-58 T L ---Ir. Summors 58.78 1-26-60 752-146-1 SW NW 13 30 25 J. G0 Stunger Bill Tyson 1921 300 3 110 2,3 Concrete floor Flush,214.1 117.42 5-24-57-. * --..-.---... Abn -2 SW NW 13 30 25...-do---Rogers 1936 600 6 100 2,3 ...-------.214.0 -------. TE --D --3 3SW 30 25----do-Gardunhira Uros,1949 715 12 148 2,3--.....-------------L --9,0.lr .---IWi460

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Tuble 1. C.n;Lnurd llI T 1 H4 M M -~ .l .'i("_ : s L:.ii: i_:l'. i l LT "jIIII 1iS..Ti'f U.i. i bra T 6ii iTi !5t1 Rll TiiT~_ -f1752.146.4 NW NW 1 30 25 Joel C, Garrard ...... ........ 1946 720 12 i38 3 Accols hole ti 0.9 195.5 11 3I 1 -.24.157 L T **. n .. W ) pump base 116,95 1-26-60 .5 iS NE 14 30 25 Marshall HI Layne-Atlantic 1949 775 16. 420 3 -...do...... ,3 207.6 120,65 4.24.58 TL 1,30 Ir .... W-2044 Edwards Co. 12 120,50 1.26.60 *6 IW 8W 12 30 25 L, OCaetl d oardenhtre 8ro,.1949 620 10 126 2,3 .. ...... ....... ...... .......T I .. r ... Wetg Nurseries 466 752.149.1 8 Na 17 30 25 Bartow Orower ......do...-. 1949 736 20 '104 2T, Aisses hole in 1.6 126,2 44.79 1218.59 T I 2,500 In .... W.2043 Both WL pumping Inc 3 pump base 42.50 1.25.60 .2 NI N 17 T 30 25 folk County J. P. Whttly 1955 500 8 60 2,3 top .1nah .50 126,5 39,45 4 S.i J 5 ***.. Ir, ....*..... fran ureau cling 39.09 57-I8 x 3 HI NI 17 30 215 ity of Batow I.... do .... w 1937 500 8 60 2,3 Water lubrvite 1,0 132i 31,93 42-56 ..T.. .... ... .ackfilled to tion line tap 43.13 12L18.59 200 fest in pump base -4 NW I 130 25 .A. Laurent .................. 365H 8 .... 2i, Top 8-inch 1.9 123e 35,45 1-29.60 N * *** Z n .*....... .. Abn 3 Goaitn 752-150-1 NW N 17 30 25 arshall H, Roy Wilt 1956 314M 4 64M 2,3 Top 4-.neh Flush 125 38.00 11.15.56 T **** r .... Idwavds easing S.2 SW IW 8 30 25 Polk County J. P. Whatley 1956 145 8 63 2,3 **--*....-. ..... 123,34 * ....... TL 232 Ir .* W-3862 Board of Public Instruction .3 1 11 7 30 25 City of Bartow ......do..... 1955 555 8 65 2,3 iap on pump 1,0 127.6 42,65 42.58 T .**.. .... ....... disharge .4 I3 NE 18 30 25 nt'l. Minerals Layne.Atlantic 1951 186 8 105 2 Aceems hole in 1,20133.0 51,92 1. 9.59 1 1 608 In, 76 W.2431 WL 49,20, and Chemial Co Co. pump beae 52.49 S. 6.59 Ir 12-18-591 all WL pumping 752-201-1 IW8 1 8 30 23 Virinia. J. P. Whatley 1952 213 6 59 2 .............. 121.10 -.** -..... T 75 In, .... ..... arolina Corp. D .2 81 8W 8 30 23 ......dd..... .. .do ..... 1932 860 12 270 3 .................. 120 ............ T 1,700 In -... Wg 1020 -3 IE W 8 30 23 ..... d ...........do ..... 1952 740 1Z 0.177 2,3 *-................ 120 ..... ....... 1,700 In .... Wl 10 2351021 275 *4 8E SW 8 30 23 ....do ... redith Bros. 1960 987 30. 354 3 ................ 119a -. ..... T B. 6,000 In .... W5390 24 753.128-l1 8 W 12 30 26 R. .Inively, Barney's Pumps 1956 874.,10 208 2,3 top pump ,70135.62 46,33 12.30-58 1 0 1,200 .... -W.4331 tal., Inc, column, inside 52,05 12-14-59 pump disoharge 753.129-1 NI NI 11 30 28 Aons A 'n, ............. .... 4 .* --........... .. ... ... ...... .T E In ... ...... .2 W W 11 30 28 -do ..... oy Witt for 1957 802 10 155 (,3 op 5/8-inoh .70 115.60 1,08 12-14-59 T L 1,500 Ir -.... W4190 Barney's Pumps tr lubrlcaInc. ltion let connecti en

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Table 1. Continued III I I lIl5 14 I l ) I ,1 ) 11 I Ill ill, 1 14 i ) 1181 .. ..114 i ' i till l st I. .lll ts ll t ll 1 4 to1o. 753-132-1 SW NW 8 30 28 Highland Park May Bros, 1945 620 8549 3 -----------..147.3 ,.. ...... E .lt .. Wgrn Weil pemra Service Co.6 102 d nd l to 540 feet 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 .... It .... Wgion pump dis1023 charge 753-134-1 NW SW 7 30 28 Minute Maid Libby-Freonan 1950 921 12 217 3 .-----..... .. .---... ..... -......* * 1,500 Lr .. W-1949 SCorp. -2 NW NE 12 30 27 Florida Layne-Atlantic 1941 1,063 18790 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 --.... PS, 1 ....Airline RR X 753-139-1 SW SE 6 30 27 Royal Palm Ice --.....---.1929 336M 8 90H 2,3 op -inch 1.10120.6 16.50 1 4-58 N ..In .... EG Abn, W 18.77, Co. casing 14.61 7-24-59 1216-59 -2 SW SE 6 30 27 -...... do-...................------.. 1929 500 10 ..--.. 3 ---------.............. ....... E ..... In .... ---....... -3 NENE 7 30 27 Seaboard R. H. Hudson 1937 631 6 105 2,3 ..............------------....... TE .... X ... *...... irline RR N U1 753-142-1 SE B 4 30 26 B. B. Register Whatley Pump 1949 700 10 120 2,3 -----........... -.* .. ----........ TL 1,000 I ---. ....... and Well Co. -2 INE NE 9 30 26 1 J. Godwin Barney's Pumps 1955 720 10 101 2,3 .........---.....--.. * ------TL 1,200 Zr r--W-3744 Inc. -3 SE NE 9 30 26 Marvin VoiSt --....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 .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 ...* I..... -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 B .... D ... .... casing 753-143-1 SW NW 9 30 26 Roy Perdue Gardenhire Bros. 1950 862 10225 2,3 Check-valve 3.55 150,7 57.27 1-27-60 T L -.... Ir -.. W-2151 8 flange -2 SW NE 9 30 26 M. R. Voight Barney' 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 tr .... ... 753-145-1 NW NW 7 30 26 Alturas-Garfiel Gardenhire Bro. 1946 332 6 143 3 .-..-.......--..... ..... ... .*-TE -.In ---WgiPacking Plant 370 -2 SW SW 6 30 26 E. T. Roux ......do ---1948 592 6 134 2,3 .--............. ... -----. --"--JE *. D *--. Wgi S 2398 -3 0E NE 12 30 25-.... do ...... C. H. Dnby 1951 600 12 ..--.. 3 Access hole in .3 1381 44.44 4-17-58 T L -I..... r ........... oump base 43.92 1-26-60

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-:. .. ..-, .. .-......-. .. ..'I., -15 i u.,---n.r ---w--"T W -H '"" ·r r l^^^rt-^ 7il-|490 N N11 55 10 ;S 5 T$ , BU1 -.." Bows .->* ...*.. .**-.. -5 N8 NI 11 30 2i Arthur C, Gardnh$lrs pl. (949 746 10 b6 ,3 Acces hols in Wll 163I. 67.4 417M l T L I*'lr I Wl Choothm pyump 4440 65,50 tbL"'110 40 753149.) SWN a 8 0 ;1 City of arrow J. ?, Whatlpy '-I 40 3 ,...*... -.v ... a" .".a JN " X "" toO n a cntrol level of Hack 1.ak. Abn, not in ur. .23 W IW 4 30 iS 1W4 o. do;..d .". dp.... 155 670 10o 396M 3 Asesl hol to .3 0 19l,06 11,57 4, 258 T I 350 H ... W.i345 la Iled and a pump bape 15.67 1 3o.1 .59 plugged4 a 575 lost .3 HN SW 8 30 25 Harve Hall Oardenhtre roe., .947 607 12 98 3,3 ............ 22.. l ... .. .***I N * .. In ...*** Wi Abi, capped 753.150-1 IW W 5 30 35 City of Barlow W. r. Hamilton 1904 600 6 *.... 2, .................120.72 ...... .....T 5 400 X 77 W-332 .2 NW SW 5 30 25 .--.do...... Virginia 1927 765 15 700 3 .......... * .... .* ....... -T 2,000 M *....... Po.31 Machine and Well Drilling Co. .3 NW SW 5 30 25 .-.-do ...... Layni.Atlentli 1946 663 20565 3 ............. .... 116.41 -*....... T 2,300 H .... W-945 N Co. 16 -4 W NW 8 30 25 E1ll1 Gibion Howard 8, Godwir 950 522 4 67 2,3 ........-....... .. ... ... ...... T 100 Ir .... ....... -5 NS SW 8 30 25 City of Bartow lorda Wall 1954 742 12 93 2,3 .............. ... 124e * ....... T E 1,053 M .... W3304 ack-filled and Supply plusred at 530 feat 753-151-1 W SW 6 30 25 Crown Cork and Central Florida 1955 650 16 101 3 iins age 1,90119.56 35.4 4 1-58 T 1,500 In, ---W-3459 Air line 61 foot al Co. Well Driller 34.4 12-18-59 -2 SE 8E 1 30 24 Kuden Citrus F. H. May 1945 635 20 60 2,3 Accesn hole in .70 118.5 32.89 4 158 T E 2,500 In --. W-956 Co. pump base 31., 13218159 -3 8 SBE 1 30 24 .do........o--1926 ..-10 .3 ..do. 1.00 120 31.91 3-31-58 T E In ........... 1928 30.18 12,18-59 -4 HE SW 7 30 25 City of Bartow -...-----.... ---265 8 ...2?, ............. .... ...--.. ..---.T E .-..... 753-152-1 IE SW 1 30 24 Armour and Co ....---------.. 1920 632H 18 155M 3 Accec hole in 1,0 123,9 44.65 12-19-57 T -In .-E Po-30 pump base -2 E SW 1 30 24 ..-do--......---... ---... 1920 645 18 1557 3 ----.............. ....* .--TE In -. -....... -3 NW BE 2 30 24 .. .do..--C. D. Cannon 1955 780 26 88 2,3 eases hole in 1.60 147.0 8595 5 2-58 TE ----In .... --oth W. m eaured and Bon pump base 87.47 12-21-59 1024 while pumping -4 SW SW 1 30 24 ..--do..... ----do---.. 1957 740 26195 2,3 -do---.. 1.40 143.3 57.40 595 T E -In ..---... .-Bot W. static, 16 56,40 12-18-59 nearby wells being pumniped

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Table 1. Continued .. r ir) gagI C, 1*I ii-) ,.) I) le) Ilo, gIll~ , ,1,III , (,,14, 4l16 I g" l lI I . 1 uI. .g ui "t-I[ IIasI 753-155-1 8B SW 4 30 24 Davidon -----------... ..... 3751 8 --. 2?, Top 8-inch 0.65205e 102.48 12-21-39 T E 350 D, **.**WL pumping SChemical Co 3 easing In -2 NW SW 4 30 24 ......do --J. P. Whatley 1951 289 8 147 3 acess hole in 1.70 194,9 103.60 5-28-58 TE -0, ..* ....-.. Also air line pump base 103.60 12-21-59 Ir, 138.6 feet, with SPS gage 2.5 feeo above land surface 753-156-1 SW ME 7 30 24 .S. Royster ....--..----.. 1954 400 16 .... 3 .--.. do.--... 1.0 144,0 55.34 12-21-59 1 5 .In --. ....... Guano Co. 753-158-1 SB SE 2 30 23 City of Layne-Atlantic 1948 764 20332 3 .....do-.. 1,20116,24 35.50 1-25-55 TB 1,800 M --. W-1760 Mulberry Co. 16 30.07 12-21-59 -2 SE 8E 2 30 23 .---. do--..----.. -----.1925 325 8 --.. 3 .------.-----.-------.... T M --.. --.-.. -3' N W 11 30 23 Int'l. Minerals .....-------.. -..7101 10 2371 3 1-inch plug in .80100.9 21.00 28-55 N-. In 79 iG Abn and Chemical Co, 10-inch casing 20,84 38-55 plug -4' NW W 12 30 23 City of Barney's Pumps 1955 776 16 264 3 i-inch nipple 1,70106,85 19.98 12-21-59 T 1,500 M -.W-3566 Mulberry Inc. In access hole in pump base -5 SW NE 11 30 23 Cecil Hagan Howard .Godwii 1957 92 3 67 2 ......----....... -----.. -J 50 D 74 .... -6 NW SW 12 30 23 Int'l. Minerals -.-------.. 1903 400 6 -3 ---------------..---.. C 500 PS ..----* Formerly flowing and Chemical Co. well; reported yield is flowing; suppliLe 10 houses 753-201-1 E NW 8 30 23 VirginiaM. R. Vaughn 1941 800 16 .--. 3 Top 2-inch all 1.68 114.82 35.27 5-13-58 T 950 PS, ---. W-410 Carolina Corp. a on breather 33.67 14-60 In pipe into casing -2 SB NW 8 30 23 ----do--------do..-1941 600 12 108 2,3 Air line gage 4.0 115.3 76.07 5-13-58 T 750PS .---Air line 115 feet 58.7 14-60 800 both WL pumping; 1958 WL by owner's gage 754-122-1 WE SW 1 30 29 James L Crosby Well 1951 300 4 151 27, Top 4-inch 1.5 60.0 11.A 12-14-59 C B 100 D -...-..WL by pressure Pennington Drilling Co. 3 casing gage 754-123-1 88 SW 35 29 29 Polk County Herman Sloan 1959 220 3 175 2,3 1k-inch gate 2.6 55. 13.6A 9-29-59 N -PS 72.5 WglLake Rosalie valve on well 12.3A 12-14-59 1025 boat landing discharge 754-132-1 8 B 31 29 28 J. B, Chastain John Spivey 1957 700 8 140 2?, op pump .5 114,2 14.72 2-27-59 TL 800 Ir ... .... 3 column inside 10.95 12-11-59 pump discharge

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TablW 1. Conltnuod nir7 -rr ~''* '1 LL-P i..':..li. -.-1i^.'-1'-.! 1 ..ii i Ii T r -'oioju r -754-133-1 N1 W 6 0 3 B HPIhlend PTUk May lrPo, 1945 89t 10 190 3 7........... .... „„,5 ..I. r.. .y--Wt Servie Co, 106 754.134-1 W BE 36 9 37 W, r, and 1., .LayneuvALsntBc 1944 1,235 12 411 4 Top Iltnch 1.0 343,73 139,0S 195 T 5 00 r I *f -W-878 Koper Co, nippl in ,*CONO hole in pump houls 754-135-1 SW Ni 2 30 27 FlorIds ............. 1912 809 12. *.* 27, ,,.... ....... ... ...... ..... 7. ..... p 61 ....... Utilii el Corp, 8 3 .2 IW NE 2 30 27 **. do* ... .Layne.Atlentic 1950 1,010 II. 652 3 Top 3/44.noh 1.35 147,53 41,94 132.1159 T 1,500 I .... W.2412 AL line 70 fOti Co, to nipple in L WL by Iase I loot oosll hole in abovel Ld,4l29. 7 pulp bie 47 laut statie and 5)l5 foot pump inl -3 II 3 0 7 loB30 da 2 ower r, J. NiLekik 1927 1,260 16. 880I 3 ......... ....* ... .. .. ....O .... N 1,000 1I *... Wlt Abn and burildl Corp. 12 425 PoI34 .4 NW 8 2 30 27 ......do.... Crosby Well 1951 565 6177? 3 *........... ... ... ... *... ..... T .*.. X ..*....... Ait oonditLoning Drilling Co. 4 only 1 *5 NW IS 2 30 27 ......do ..........do ...... 1951 525 4 114 2?, .............. .... ..... ... ...... N ......... Closd system 00 3 drainage well for 754-135-4 -6 N NW 2 30 27 Florida Citrus R. H, Hudson 1940 1,400 8,6 1,360 3 .................. 140.60 ..... .... N * 160 In * W-460 Industrial Canners Corp. A4 drainage vellI abn, capped, butrLed, 1941 .7 NE NW 2 30 271 ... do...... R. H. Hudson 1940 750 12 ...*3 .............. .... .... ....... T **. In *........ -8 NE NW 2 30 27 ......-......d ....do ...-1940 .... 12 * ... 3? .............-.... ..... ..... ..... -. T --In -........... Abn -9 NIE W 2 30 27 -----do....-........do-..... 1940 750 12 120 2,3 .............. .... ..... ..... .....-.. T * n *. ....... -10 E NW 2 30 27 ......do..... M. R. Vaughn 1944 718 164081 3 Access hole in 1.0 137.50 36.10 12-20-57 T E 1,000 In .. W-903 12 pump bale 32.38 12-11.59 754-136-1 SW S 34 29 27 --......do...........do----.. 1945 1,155 20597 3 ------..............-131.49 ---....... T 3,550 In * W-904 S8 -2 SW E 34 29 27 ---..do.... Crosby Wtll 1950 1,158 18 ---3 Air line gage 2.0 131.1 32.0 12-23-57 TL ---... n, .-. W-2128 kir line 80 feet Drilling Co. 29.8 12-11-59 X -3 SW S 34 29 27 ------do,--P. Morrill and 1957 735 18 590 3 Top 2-inch Flust 133.6 31.38 12-11-59 N -..In ..--.. --WL 32.40 belao Son breather pipe top casing, 0.25 above land ourface, 12-23-57 754-137-1 SW NE 4 30 27 Flamingo Tile Layne-Atlantic 1947 538 6 236 3 Access hole in 1.2 123.27 t.7 12-23-57 TE 120 In ..-W-1689 Co. Co. pup base 3712-11-

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Table 1. Continued (I) 11 1 11 )6 to M eS0 1 Iei IS l '-ill IsT "1 1141 -fi g )i ' 1 Ills 1 1 "11t 1 "44i2 i i«» t 754-140-1 SW SE 3529 26 Bob Stokes Crosby Well 1960 125 4 87 3 Top 4-inch 0.7 113c 9.03 21-60 C L --rX 74.5 .... WL pumping Drilling Co. casing 9,90 22-60 754-143-1 SE NW 4 30 26 J. W. Johnson McZver Pump and 1953 215 2h 97 2,3 -----.............----.......... D .-...... Supply Co. -2 E SW 33 29 26 Dewey H. Gardenhire Bros 1957 740 10 150 2,3 Top 10-inch .10 121.7 26.19 10-15-58 T L .--r ......r-. Summers coupling on casing 754-144-1 NW NW 5 30 26 ..-do----.. do.1946 678 12 152 2,3 Access hole in 1.10 121.6 24.24 1-27-60 TL -. t -... Wglpiup base 353 754-145-1 SW NE 6 30 26 Matilda Purcell --do -1946 670 10 150 2,3 .----.. .... ---... -..... .......T L L-rI ---754-147-1 NW NW 230 25 H. C. Conner .---. do-1949 254 8 .--. 2?-, ...----..-----........ -... --T 350In, -..---.. Estates 3 400 PS -2 NW NW 2 30 25 ---do ----do----1949 681 10450 3 Access hole in 1.40 116.7 23.79 3-31-54 T L-.... r *-.Wa 8 pump base 23.74 12-17-59 470 -3 NW SE 2 30 25 --do .------do--.1951 731 12 281 3 ...do...... ,75 136.8 45,29 3-31-5 T L 1,200 Ir "-Wgi44.93 12-17-59 572 754-148-1 SW NE 3 30 25 City of Bartow J. P. Whatley 1957 535 8 --. 2?, Top pump Flusl 128e 40.10 5-21-58 T -B P. --. --Peace River Park N and Son 3 column, inside 0 pump discharge -2 E SW 3429 25 Virginia-.....---.. .... -80024-3 ---.... T --........ --------In ..-----... Abn, capped, Carolina Corp. 900 20 buried 754-150-1 HE SW 31 29 25 J. K. Stuart J, P. Whatley -200 6 .--2?, ..--.-----.-.-.--..--. --r ....... Abn 3 -2 SE NW 6 30 25 Florida State Sadler-Taylor 1956 87 4 44 2 --..--... --. 110e --r ----C -X ....-Road Dept. 754-151-1 NE S 36 29 25 W. A. Lyle J. P. Whatley 1955 202 4 53 ......-------.-.--. .--.---.J -.. X ....---2 --.. -.-........--..-------.... ... .-.... ... ...... ........ -.... -..... ..... ....... ....... ..-... ....... -Number 'not assignad -3 NW E 36 2924 W. A. Lyl C. M, Boland 1908 416 84167 3 ....----..---.... ---.. ----TL..... ----. .Po-29 4 -4 SW SE 36 29 24 ---. doWhatlay Pump 1952 622H 8 40H 2,3 Top 8-inch .75120,0 41.38 11558 N 700 IZ .... 8,0 and Well Co. casing 42.00 17-59 54-152-1 NW SE 2 30 24 Armour and Co. Layne-Atlantic 1947 188 8 79 2 ....------. ---1.. 146.19 .----. -T * 120 In ....1690 *Steam-powered Co. pump -2 NW SE 2 30 24--do .--. ...-do--1948 1,085 16290 3 Access hole in .90146.83 72.21 59-58 * 1,220 In -.-1801 Do 12 pump base 61.62 12-21-59 -3 NW 8 2 30 24 -do--------do--.1948 830 18284 3 ......do.... lush 146.31 73.50 59-58 T 1,200 In -W180 Both WL pumping 12 74.47 12-21.59

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Table 1. CunOtnmod 754*.534 1 5 32 SQ 4 Armour and Co, H, , Vaughin 1952 750 30 a8 2,3 4ccs hole in $,00 ,14.8 66,55 5I? 9f58 1 ;,500 In '.-*V* .y'T R ay h WL pumpin pump bl«s 67,$1 l3.Al.$9 .5 NX IW 36 39 4 W, A yle , , H oland 1917 900 6 O0 3,3 ,..,-..-.. 'O*., .*,*. ... w„. „ W V0, iy ,,, W,,,,r *6 NZE I 36 39 34 --*..-do9'9J. P. Whetley 1930 520 8 60, 3,3 * -.TI, .IF. .99 **'' ,..*,, 80 754-154-1 W N1 4 30 34 Davison ayneAtantic 1953 826 24. 311 3 .-*.....*..... .... 01 001 0 9 v ..... T X 4,100 In -., W.3007 Chmical Co, Co. 20 754I$5.M I HN 30 34 * ....do..... Virginia. 1930 785 234 **** 3 .......... .. .... ....... 5T 5,000 In 2.* ....... Carolina Corp, 16 .3 1 RW 4 30 24 ......do..-.. LayneAtlantle 1953 721 24. 330 3 *.............. .. 217,70 -* ....... s T 4,000 In *.** W-2765 Co. 20 .3 (5W W 4 30 24 ......do ..... d......do1952 600 8. 316 3 ........... .... 0215,80 *...** ... ...T 290 In ..*. W-2742 6 .4 1W IW 33 29 24 .... .do-... ........*..... 1944 350 6 191 3 ..........*. .... ... ..... ...... T D -.... 1945 74-156-1 OW W 6 30 24 Coronet Virginia 1929 778 20. 325 3 .... **........ -136.0 ... ....... .. 4,292 In *. W-110 Abn Phosphate Co, Machine and Well 16 Co. 754-1591 W W 2 30 23 Int'l. Minerals .................. 727 207 ..*. 3 Acess hole in -.125.2 38.77 5-23-58 T .... n -*..... and Chemical Co pump base 36.51 12-21-59 -2 81 NW 2 30 23 .....do --.....................---. .... ............... ........ ........-..... -In ...... No data available -3 81 NW 3 30 23 Kaier Aluminum Industrial Pump 1956 230 8 72 2,3 Access hole in 2.30121.2 32.69 6-20-58 T E 700 In -... Wgiand Chemical Co pump bass * 28.50 12-21-59 1027 -4 8E W 3 30 23 ......do...... ......do...... 1957 230 4 75 2,3 .............. .... ..... ... T.E *-D, .... In 754-201-1 NW I 33 29 23 Burt Wells ..............----2 80 3 40 2,3----..............-.... ..... ....... J ....8 ...... 754-202-1 N NE 6 30 23 .............. Howard Morrill 1947 150 3 *.2,31 op of wooden rlush 75e 3.16 49-58 N ........ 72,5 ....... Abn plug in casing 754-203-1 SW SW 31 29 23 Fuhock -..-.......... .... 103M 4 .... 2,31 op 4-inch .5 85,7 7.129 6-21-57 -........ ...---.......-. Do casing 5.03 1. 4-00 755-131-1 NE NW 33 29 28 Alcon Packing Barney's Iumps 1956 420 6 112 2,3 Access hole in .5 107.85 11.22 12-23-57 C 1 100 PS, .... 1-3780 Co. Inc. sanitary seal 7.90 12-11-59 In -2 NE SW 33 29 28 ...--do-----...........---6 --.. 1 Top 6-inch 2.5 .... 6.52 12-23-57 N .In .......... casing 755-133-1 E NE 25 29 27 averly Gror ----...................--10 ---37 End 8-inch 2.80 209.3 114.49 19-58 T -Ir --....... Corp. ' discharge 110.53 12-11-59 connection

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Table 1. Continued III III 7 1i 1 74)1 le t (7) e te l) III Ila) 113 1(141 Ill list t1o7 ~. ill i IIllI arta , 112 41 a IIl 755-133-2 SW NW 30 29 28 Roy Rosell C. D. Cannon 1957 286 10 215 3 End 6X4-inch 5.2 146.5 50.01 19-58 I G1,500 Ir.... -and Sons reducing bush47.60 12-11-59 ing in discharge pipe -3 SE NE 36 29 27 Moutain Lake Crosby Well 1959 1,390 12 228 3 .-----.----. ----. ----.---T .---Ir -.-Corp. Drilling Co. 755-134-1 NW NE 36 29 27 Miles and C. C. Crosby 1946 960 12 243 3 Anchor-bolt Flush 233.2 123.42 12-11-59 1L -r -...... Arthur Davis hole on pump base -2 NE NW 36 29 27 Milton Graven John Spivey 1957 668 10 380 1 --------------201e -------N --I ---Driller reports only white sand to 668 feet; Abn, capped, buried 755-139-1 SW NE 31 29 27 R. K. Harmon A. H. Marquardt 1955 500 10 200 3 End 8-inch dis 2.7 135.1 21.07 114-58 T L -Ir -.. charge connec21.84 12-16-59 tion 755-142-1 W NE 33 29 26 J. H. Bowden ..-----.. ---.--. 40 2 30 1 ..-----------.. ---..... ------C -755-143-1 NE SW 30 29 26 C. C. Scott Winter Haven 1953 110 2 90 2 ----------------------20 D -.... PW Pump and Supply 755-147-1 NW SE 27 29 25 VirginiaM. R. Vaughn 1945 810 24 -3 Top steel Flush llle 21.78 5-21-58 T E 4,000 In ---..----WL pumping, Carolina Corp. 20 cover plate 44.70 12-17-59 12-17-59 755-149-1 NW SW 28 29 25 Florida LightRoy Wilt 1958 404 6 40 2,3 ---------------------TE ---. In --. Wgiweight Prod. Co 1028 755-150-1 SE NE 31 29 25 J. K. Stuart Kenneth Turley 1950 103M1 2 45M 2 Top 2-inch 1.50 106 27.40 11-10-56 N --X ..---.. Abn coupling 24.76 11358 -2 NW NW 32 29 25-----do--...... P. Whatly 1948 225 6-2,3 Top 6-inch .50 107.5 18.35 11-10-56 JE --Ir -3 casing 13.93 12-18-59 -3 NW NW 32 29 25 ..-do .---Kenneth Turley --.. 73M 2 47H 2 Top 2-inch 1.1 llOe 25.14 11-10-56 N --X -------Abn casing 23.19 113-58 -4 SE SE 30 29 25 ......do-.... J, Whatley 1953 416 8 215 3 Access hole in .40 110h 25.93 10-31-58 1 --D, --Wgipump base 23.16 12-18-59 X 1029 -5 NE NE 31 29 25 ---do...-.1M, BMoland 1913 600 6 --3 ---------------.. .-.-.-.---.--. W .--X .. -6 SE SE 30 29 25 ..--.do---. Kenneth Turley --60 2 --.. 2,41 .....-------.-----.. ---CE--... D, ---7 SB SE 31 29 25 ..--do---. --... do--.----65 2 --.2,41 ..--------..... ....... -.....-X ..--.----. Dest 755-151-1 NE SW 30 29 25 ---do......do----.... -4 ..--.....------..----..---. ..---W * --X .-. -2 NE W 31 29 25 .... do..J. P. Whatley --.. 600 6 ---21, .-------------C ..--. r ----. .Abn 3 .

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Twbls 1. CLntlnup ______ 755i.li13 mS MW 31 39 235 4x, K. Ituar .........." .. .gS 8 b6 1 Top 6-tnch LuN 9 19.00 1-o 55 NS r .X DFiinas vwil, cotlng (In 4, *4 8I W 31 29 5 w-*-ddo-.. ."-9 " ..."" 6 ". .. .... ... .. ..... ......... C.i .Abn 755i52.1 II NW 36 39 24 Donald .J. P, Whatley 1928 681 8 80 2,3 .*-. -* ...... .... .. ..., I ..'q. TI o, w.„. HcLean .3 iW NW 36 29 34 .....do-.... .. *...do.... 1924 630 6 30 2,3 Po3.. .... o .... ........ Pog B non g o. R28 *3 I W 15 29 124 T. J, Kershaw Whatly pump 1950 14514 3 79 3 Top 3*.nh 0,15 131,6 41,94 10. 6.59 I -o.-* D .w *..** Abn and Well Co, ouiing 43,62 12. 8.59 7551541 SW SW 27 29 24 Davidson Cardenhtre Bros 1949 760 13 194 2?, Top pump 1.10 20.321 120, 0 12.23.59 T L on... r * W.309 Cohertal Co. 3 olunn, inmLde pump dicharge *2 5W SW 27 29 24 1. A. Pieroc .....do.e 1949 747 12 133 21, ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... . .. .W. t DPotS adjr ont 3 48 to 755.14.1 755-158-1 * NI 33 29 23 Int'l Minerals --............ .... 600 16 .... 3 -.............. .......... ... TI I ...... *.. .*Center and Chemical Co 755-201-1 E 4W 32 29 23 J. A. 1Mi4e Howard HMarlll 1913 10M 2 .... 2? Top 2-inch 1.0 70a 91.0A 49-58 1 -.. X .. Scaslng 756-130-1 BW B 22 29 28 Snively Groves Dick Dunham *--. 325 4 212 3 .............. ... 195L * ....... 100 D, ..WILIr 1030 756-133-1 M NE 25 29 27 Clifton L. R. 1. Hudmon ... .....12 .... 3 .--.. --..... ...... ..... ..N... ..Ir -....... not Hovell completed -2 BW IW 19 29 28 Minute MaId Layna-Atlantic 1944 1,206 10740 3 .................... ..... ...... T , ..... I .. ....... Co. 8 -3 BII W 19 29 28 .....do............do..... 1945 210 10 150 3 kccasi hole in 1.0 117.7 20.76 18-56 T L 1,000 Ir ***. Wgi pump basr 16.89 12-11*59 1031 756-134-1 SI NW 24 29 27 John Snively A. H. Marquardt .... .... 12 ...3 ......do -... .7 222.0 127.13 18-58 T E ..-.r .122,89 12-11.59 S2 S W 25 29 27 American Layne.Atlantic 1956 1,025 12, 570 3 -.....do ....2.4 264.3 171,17 12-11-59 T 1,200 Ir, .-. Wgli Air line 188 Foundation Inc. Co. 10, P8 714 fet, alternate 6 E MHP WL pumping; electric log by driller 756-135-1 NE E 27 29 27 Mountain Lake ---............. 1918 534 12156 3 Anchor bolt .3.0 124.6 18.64 2-16-55 T 860 Zr, 79 WgiPo-32 Corp. 8 b01r in pump 16,75 12-11-59 PS 1032 .2 NW I 22 29 27 .-do ...... Weidman and 1930 798 15 98 27, Access hole in -6.0 123.3 17,60 2-16-55 T --,I, 79 *-r .*. o .33 Singleton 3 pump basei 16,60 4. 5-55 PS 756-153-1 SW NW 26 29 24 Grace R. Fisk ........ ........ 12-. 3 End 6-inch 6.0 169,6' 82.80 12-22-59 TE .... Ir ....... 10 discharge coupling

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Table 1. Continued S 1 1 rl-la) (41 1i1 1l (IT) 1 l e 1 o 110 1 1 (I111 it }) 1131 (141 1 s) 5 11T ) 1 17l 1ile (ia l t an i l I it«ls ) s ) M )l -2 E W 22 29 24 J. B. Rogers ..........-----.... --6 ........... ---..-.... --..... -.......T ..... ....I ----..... 756-155-1 SW NE 20 29 24 --------------------------.... 310M 6 .... 2, op 6-inch .7 256 146.10 12-53 N ---... D, ..----....... Abn 3 casing 145.10 12-22-59 Ir -2 BE SE 2029 24 Robert Rogers, Whatley Pump 1957 749 100-100 2,3 End 6-inch 4.3 243.5 159.22 2-25-59 T Ir --Jr. and Wall Co. 8 250coupling on 156.48 12-22-59 293 discharge_ 756-156-1 SW NE 1 29 24 Hilltop Growers Gardenhire Bros 1945 820 10262 3 Access hole in .240214.5 137.21 7-10-56 TL -.... r ----WgiInc. 8 pump base 122.85 12-22-59 339 756-158-1 SE 2329 23 Phosphate ....-----.. -1914 800 ---3 .---------133.52 ----------In -W-13 Abn, plugged Mining Co. Nichole 757-132-1 W SE 17 29 28 Alcoma Assn. Robert Hudson 1926 170 8 103 3 --------------....... --PS .--.--Flowing 11-13-58 757-133-1 C* NE 13 29 27 Eloise Groves A. H./Marruardt 1945 730 12 220 3 Access hole in Flush 185.1 87.25 11-13-58 T E -Z Ir .--..*Center Inc. S pump base 83.80 12-10-59 S-2 W SW 18 29 28 W. J. Leppere Gardehhire Bros 1946 538 12361 3 ----------------142.0 2 -----·I --Ir -.iio 369 757-134-1 SW SW 13 29 27 Polk Packing A. H. Marquardt 1949 1,100 12 205 3 -.......---.....-201.32 ..----TE -Ir --.... -1997 Assn. 757-135-1 BE NW 14 29 27 Edward MarrotCi Dick Dunham 1959 735 12 181 2,33 End oL-inch 2.3 175.0 63.98 12-10-59T3,200 Ir ....---tee on watercooling line 757-140-1 NE 1B 14 29 26 i. R. SmithLayne-Atlantic 1945 663 12 124 27, Access hole in .5 122 24.56 114-57 T L 1,000 Ir -W-952 Egan Co. 3 pump base 27.04 12-16-59 757-143-1 NE W 16 29 26 Jack M. Berry Sadler-Taylor 1956 432 8 80 2,3 End 6-inch 4.30 140.0 28.28 12-17-58 TI --Ir .---discharge 28.02 12-16-59 connection 757-147-1 NE SW 14 29 25 A. A. Blackford Whatley Pump 1956 375 8 85 2,3 -............ ... ......---.. ---. ---T L -.r -. . and Well Co. -2 MW NE 23 29 25 U.S. Air Force M. R. Vaughn 1942 601 8 110 2?, Acesse hole in 70 127.54 23.92 3-31-58 T E, 200 PS -W-672 3 pump base 23.61 12-17-59 L -3 NW NE 23 29 25 ----do... .---. .do .--1943 600 8157 2, -.--do.--1.05 129.0 23.91 3-31-58 T , 200 PS --. W-673 1959 WL pumping 4d 3, 27.01 12-17-59 L -4 OW SW 14 29 25 Lang-Lawless Gardnhire Bros. 1949 562 10 78 2,3 ---. do .-145 130.5 34.50 10-17-56 T L ---.Ir -. WiFruit o,3 32.29 12-17-59 465 757-152-1 W SW 13 29 24 Garden Fruit .E. Brainerd 1946 576 10 104M 3 op concrete 1.30 116.9 38.50 61-55 N -450 In -.. W-1441 Abn Specialty Co. pump 33,30 6-27-53 E foundation

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.. ... t _ .... JW -. . 1,7r5752, N MR I4 9 A4 oit of o, W, godKoro 1936 253 6 90 3 .,,,..,.,,,,,, .,, , .-,,,., „, H ,, ,,. . ,3 NI 8g 14 9 i4 * , .do... Roy Wi l o 1959 i3S 6 55 3 rop 3/4v.nch 1.I5 16,1 36,41 13,3*»59 T 1 1 *** * "W4976 n\ppto in 0se0s0 hole in u hol In pump bas 757.53, NW NW 2 329 24 1 , r. Orilfin J, , ,WhatCly * 10S 10 00 .3 3/lolnoh ,l00155, 67,68 12.2359 T I ..*. IZ r .... .* 70 conniscton on pimp discharge .2 W IS 15 29 24 Leon Harrell W. soland 1916 260M 8 1491 3 Top 8*inoh Flushl II.1 S1, 6. 4*56 N .X K *** Active drainLa Osing 50,45 7.1056 well, controlr level of aeward Lakel draining lake on 12.23-59 -3 k 0W 14 29 24 Hilltop Orovers Oardenhire Bros 1944 596 10 208 3 Accas hole in I 122.2 46.13 64.56 T L 800 Ir .... WIL. Inc. pump base 34.68 12.23.59 340 -9 4 , W 14 29 .Pig arney's Pumps L955 130 4 68 3 ....*......... .... -41.24 * * *....... J. 1 .D .... W-3604 Inc. 757-154-1 SW N1 16 29 24 H .T. argland Gao. Danlby 1947 754 8 88 2,3 End of 6-inch 1.8 213.4 122.75 11-11-53 T *-Z** Ir *... Waidischarge 122.48 12-18-53 1033 2 NW NW 22 29 24 Lakland.............. 1923 195 6 .... 2 cceas hole in .50 195.4 76.05 5.22-56 T D, .... ....... L 77.96, ighlands Corp. pump bass 78.98 7-10-56 Ir 12-2-59 Inc. -4 SB NE 16 29 24 Gao. W. Riddle 0. W. Rogers 1951 765 1L194 3 .................. -........ ..... ..... Z r ... --5 N1 SW 16 29 24 Dorothy M. Ordanhire Bros 1946 766 100-170 3 5/8-inch tap 2.6 233.5 144.66 12-28-59 TIL .... ... Wgi Strickland 8 213on pump 347 269 discharge -6 SW NN 15 29 24 3. B. Rogers 0. W. Rogers 1933 620 8 90 2,3 Ind 6-inch 4.50 173.0 88.50 2-25-59 T ..... It .--.. discharge 82.47 12-28-59 connection 757-155-1 NE NE 17 29 24 Henry Smith A. H. Marquardt 1937 757 10374 3 .------.............-. ---..... ... .... -344 8 -2 SE NE 17 29 24 Frank Charlton Cecil J. Argue 1954 281 4 94 2,3 Top 4-inch 1.30 247* 145.00 12-30-54 T .I D ..-Waicoupling 1034 -3 W SE 17 29 24 W. R. Wills .-----.............. 251M 6 <150 2 op 6-inch Flush 264.79 152.5 12*18-53 N ....* ....-,0 Abn, Polk 67 casing -4 SE NW 17 29 24 R. B Sherbondy ....---------......... .... ..1 .............. .... .... ..-... ... .. .... --

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Table 1. Continued Il It) Is 171 Tis aes i is 11 111 no ) (n iii lis) 1141 TisT iIe 1iTTr17l *11T ri-1 It Trail 1s2 1 1141 its) 757-155-5 SW SE 17 29 24 W. R. Willse ..---------... --..785 6 700 3 Access hole in Flush 263.0 179.41 11-15-56 T E ---, ---pump base 173.89 12-22-59 Ir -6 SE NW 16 29 24 J. S. Hart R. H. Hudson .--. 530M 8519H 3 Top 8-inch Flus 265.9 179,08 6-17-57 N * -. Ir --. E,G Abn 6 coupling 179.64 48-59 -7 SE NW 16 29 24 ----do---i Kriska Well 1957 845 122501 3 .-------.. ---..258.30 ------T 900 Ir ---W-4255 Driller 10 757-156-1 SE SE 18 29 24 H. B. Callahan J. 8. Rogers 1950 700 10 ---3 End 6-inch 2.40237.60 149.1 12-18-53 TE --Ir ---discharge pipe 150.30 1-22-54 -2 NE NW 18 29 24 Marvin Pipkin Barney's Pumps 1955 120 4 77 2 Access hole in .70180.2; 21.63 6-27-55 T --D -Inc. sanitary seal 20.28 8-30-55 -3 SE NW 1729 24 Walter Buehler -------------1941 245 4 80 2,3 ----------------------D ----... -4 SE NE 18 29 24 L. N. Pipkin Southern Pipe 1952 167 4 55 2 Access hole in .20 192.3 44.83 12-29-59 J ---.. D .---.. and Supply sanitary seal 757-157-1 NW NW 18 29 24 Bunn Pipkin Bunn Pipkin 1915. 39M 1 .--. 1 top 1-.inch 150 180.83 11.60 5-21-54 --X -----------Abn 1916 casing 11.03 67-54 -2 NE NW 18 29 24 ..---..do--.... -------28M 1 --.. 1 op I-inch 1.0 -11.76 11-10-53 --D -------Do casing 10.40 12-29-59 -3 SW NW 18 29 24 -do-----------.....--.. 20M 6 6 1 lop 6-inch Flush 198.35 12,98 11-1-53 P ----r --------Do ' casing 12.88 12-18-53 -4 NE NW 18 29 24 ----do .--Van Duyne, Inc. 1945 17M' l 15 1 Top Ik-inch .8 183.74 12,66 5-20-54 N --D ----.Do casing 12.75 67-54 -5 NE NW 18 29 24 B. Wylie Kenneth Turley 1958 210 4 183 3 --------------216.0 1--------T E -D --6 NE NW 18 29 24 Bunn Pipkin Elmon Sherrouse 1959 229 4 160 3 Access hole in .25 185e 96.62 12-29-59 TE -D ..*-.. sanitary seal -7 NW NW 18 29 24 Francis Pipkin Herman Sloan 1959 200 3 162 3 rop 2Xl-inch 2.40180 85.23 12-29-59 N --D .-reducing bushing -8 NW E 13 29 23 Ewell Concrete Roy Wilt 1957 415 6 164 3 ---------------------T E --In ---Co. 757-158-1 NW NW 13 29 23 Polk County ennath Turley 1955 328M 6 163 3 Air line gag 6.8 163.8 76.7 8-22-55 T1 125 PS --WgiAir line 99 £eet Board of Howard E. Godwin 79.2 4-30-56 629 Education -2 NW W 13 29 23 City of Whatloy? 1935 430M 6 157 3 .--------...-------.. ---------T --.. Lakoland -3 SE SW 13 29 23 J. D. Miller Harman Sloan 1957 95 4 53 2 rop 4-inch -1.5 150e 7.42 7-12-57 T E 30 PS ....-casing -4 NW NE 14 29 23 Toby Sue Urs A. II. Marquardt 1959 490 6 -2, ------------------. ---L -Ir -and others 3

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TebIe 1. Cunlnued 10 7 51 4 J1 --. ..." -T.-710 '71 pI :T! ii".( 'I'ii 'T" .11i'i'iE TE1T -___ 75i»13l IW MW U I129 $9 L, 0. Bruce, IrV lDtcb DuL1n Mi 590 l 3 Lend W r4gC 10.t 1.7v1 1.289 C S d 0 7a I Us Lv S by 1larid4 A 1035 0eoltI*etl Iurvey .2 W W 13 39129 29 ...-*. ..d" -J. P, Wb*Clay 1946 569 8 160 3 Top 8-inQ rea r3.0 56o 2,18 21 3591 C ..... 0 "*** *"e* A 3,56 1.14-59 A 75I 132.1 I W 6 29 26 J. I. Tindsý Crosby WIll 195 250 4 120 3 Top 2mtnch 1,60 77.1 9,LA LL.l39S3 C I .** P 74 7 ...*. Ortllini Co. nipple in well 14,2A l210.59 ditechare .* IW 1W I 282 J, ,0. indl d......d .... 1953 12 4 100 3 ............ .. .....* ..... ...... C .. ., ........ .3 I I s 26 P8 folk County ............... .... .... 3 m.. 3 3*Inch coupl .1. 719 9.7A 12.10-.9 N .s * em 7 .***.**o Lakes Fve inl on earlng boet lending 75I~j1.1 IN 9 29 27 Veverly growers A., I, arquard 1937 545 I 151 3 *...... ...128,03 .... ..*.... T 00 PS, .... V.m4 Corp.6 I .2 N1IM 1 W 29 .... do-.. Crosby WI ll 1952 630 6* 130? 3 -... ... .... ..... ........... TL 300 P, n..... .... DrtI I tl Co. 4 In 751-138-1 I l 7 9 27 W. , Hilhtever Cesll Whatlay 1946 565 5 91 2?, Ind 8-inch 4.00 130 11.41 117-3 T 1 500 Zr *..*... 3 discharge 11.83 12-16o59 connection 755.139-1 V N 71 29 27 i , 1. Rogers M. , Vaughn 1946 612 12 91 2T, Top L-itnch *: 1,0 141.8 2,27 I. 5.-5 T L 1,700 T r ........... 3 on pump «4eer 2L,8 12-16-59 hols 718-144-1 W 8 29 6 L2ng.L-Lawils 0rdenhirs broo. 1949 649 10195 3 Peas of -inoh 1.5 1445. 29,53 10.13538 L *.**. Ir ... Wl-464 Fruit Co. 8 dishesa 31,.0 12.16-59 flange on pump 738145-1 Y W 7 29 26 Town of lias J, B. Whathly 1921 361 12 75 2,3 Assces hole in Fluw 173.3 38,79 3-31-38 1 325 M 75 VtI. 7o-221 tump 81 on Lake pump bas 62.72 ..... L 428 53--59i WL 60.98, 12.17-591 well ori|inally 601 faet deep, 102 feemI 10-ineh maisi; siltaritione by LaynoAtlantLc Co., 1954 758.146-1 W M 11t 29 25 0. T. ontcbault inneth Turley 1958 290 4 69 2,3.............. .140.01 *....... 35 I ---.. -4634 758-147-1 VW SW 17 29 23 Paul f. Collins J. P, Whatley 1934 396 8 60 2,3 Aceas hole in .J0 135.0 50.59 10-22-58 1 .... r ..... ......WL 10.22.8 pump basi 34.51 12-17-.9 pumping 758-152-1 $1 82 11 29 24 Lakllndtyson and 1932 180 4 * 3 ...... ........ ......... .... .. .. ....... Highland Corp. Watley -2 NW S8 11 29 24 Hllltop Grovetrs Gadenhir Brom 1952 641 10t -3 End 6-inch 475 136.9 51.19 2122-57 T .-. In ... .. I dischare pipe ..> * .-.-·l.·l..l„»„« ?J*j.!»airrarr~yXaspyi~fflCjg(B~in

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Table I. Continued II) r ll isr-) -111) ITs (T111 " eF 7GI, 11*4 Ic i it "'iis l I I tillM iti. "1al tcsa IaI) ii | Issl 758-152-3 NW NW 14 29 24 Marion Hampton Howard E. Godwir .*. 400 4 266 3 --------------120e ------TE ----T -D --.. -4 SW SE 11 29 24 LakelandMiLy Bros. --800 10 ---3 Anchor-bolt 1.3 120e 34.58 12-23-59 TB --In -------L pumping Highlands hole in base Canning Co. 758-153-1 NE NW 11 29 24 City of Layne-Atlantic 1949 617 20412 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 ---r -------casing -3 SE SE 10 29 24 Lakeland.....--------.---. 4 ------.----.------.. -..---..---------.. 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 65-56 TL --Ir -WgiW 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 .illtop Growers Gardenhire Bros.1944 558 10 212 3 kccess hole in 1.6 127.7 42.73 2-24-59 TE -i I -Wi-4 Inc. pump base 36.84 12-28-59 341 758-155-1 SW NW 9 9 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 811 100-133 2,3 ------do---140 257.8 171.08 5-22-56 TE --Ir, 77 WgiWL 164.19, Inc. 8 223-' 168.98 7-11-56 D 338 12-28-59 288 -3 SW SE 8 29 24 eyer 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 oalty Co. Inc. for water lube line 758-156-1 NW E 7 29 24 W. .Dunkman ----------------30 1l ---I Top of 1i-inch 1.0 183.03 14.10 11-11-53 P ---0 Dtea on casing 13.40 12-18-53 F -2 SW NE 7 29 24 H. G. Pick Roy Wilt 1955 300 40-122 2,3 --....--------. -------T E 30 D --.-3 180220 -3 NW NW 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 67-54 T ..t D, ...... cover plate 118.79 76-54 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 ---Survey Voestle casing -6 NB SW 8 29 24 Snyder Roy Wilt 1956 316 40-53 2,3 Access hole in Flush 222.0 105.85 5-22-56 TE -D --3 170sanitary seal 310

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& IIbl 1. Ciisliw10d. 1 ' fill I i 6 if 713816t7 IV HI 7 9 2I4 Lkl*indf rw**,"..*. 1956 ,... 6 r-T 3 .Acuu. ho)le n 1.5 19,0 115, 14 543.5 '1 K 9 *.'' 0, V*** *"*-* WL. 105, , Highlind Corp. punip bkb 110 1 t 7 .5ll Ir 1ri09 -* No 3I 7 29 I4 4, N, Ightfoot Rgelr? 1940 150 6 .. 3 1,,,*,--.---,. .., -...-.. ,, ,,..,. !.,., D* "f ..,.. I`dde Ir 78 IW W 1 3 ;iA Ussrad Lu oaso. orun 1948 I6A 2 *a top 1 .n0h iluh ,.l .43 7 6.14 N * P.v 9r *.. 0. .Do s. 9 .9.. 4 .31 NW I 219 24 i , W. LgRhot rt HSmIh .198 7411 12 1 206 3 *.noh i a 1,15 10 1165 i 12.30.. .-5.9 .**** r p.... W. 7)14ll7l 111 0 I22t 24 Fitsiersd d Miacn Moroon 1904 26H 2 *0"* I rop 2lnch riuih 20211 8.43 7 i64 N peeve ...lr vast @seven* Post 9.01P4 Ceffliry iorlns 7.34 7,2954 -2 S 12 9 2« 4 D*av**dons......do*.. 1914 ION 2 -e **** p I3trin h ** *1.41202 7 11* .2 4 * I *****30 If*r ..see p..p.. .3 N1 NW 17 29 24 8. o Lightfoot Smlth ..a.l 748 12. 206 3 oL-inch Basr lll20i 1186.6 12-30-191 T **..* Ir * T* *gl. 10 t~p on di.i 1037 *4 OW 5I 7 29 24 Nln e 0. Chilron halley lump 1950 42H IlS M -I top lXlk rs *** 0 91,75 15,50 1111.53 P. * ***** D * **** Iand Well Co. ducni coupling 1791, 1218153 *5 SW 7 29 24 ...... Wdo....d J, P, Whatley 1950 140 4 84 2 .............. ... ........ .. ..... TE **.. D -.. ....... -6 IWII 12 2923 Divldion .............. .... ..... ... .... 3 ........................... ...... N .... In ......... Abn ictvu Chemlcal Co. drainarge wll(?) 7518.115-1 W 8W 12 29 23 J. W. Milton 3. T. Mrell 1951. 152 4 63 2 Top 4-Inch .20 166,7 18,97 6-18-57 J ..... D .. .. cailng 17.89 11.27-17 -2 NWW122913 W, A Sheirouie ...... do. ........ 100 4 18 I .............. .... .......... ....... .N -...... x ...... Abnl not oomplsifd -3 W W 12 29 23 ...... do.. .............. 1949 111 4 .... ............... .. ..... ........ ..... ..........completed -4 NW W 12 29 23 L, D Dantiler Southern FLpi **.. 200 4 .... 27, Top 4-inch 1.0 156 82.50 11.27-57 JE -D .... ..*....Abn And Supply 3 caingi 5 NW SW 1229 23 ...do...... Howard E, Oodwir 1958 360 4 166 3 ..................... ........... -D ... --.... Kenneth Turley -6 N NE 11 29 23 Ous YVoglor Howard E. Godwin 959 222 4 147 3 rop of .7 146u 56.40 12-30-59 T .... D ... lanitary seal 759-132-1 SW NE 5 29 28 C, D, Martn Southern Pipe 1954 237 2 125 27, .............. ... .... .......CE ... , ... nd SuppLy 3 PS -2 SW NE 5 29 28 .K. lhurnin .............. 950 180 2 **. 2?, Land surLtcr a ..... 78,7 6.55 11-12-58 CE ....., ....I. 3 rop 60 toot A PS SW of Wull 10.3A 12-10-59

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Table 1. Continued i, , l Sl1 I LI 5 ) I ' l tol III Ilga IIi l Ia 1| 112l ~1 (14r1 -li stT fIi 1s i ia i ll i c III» (I " Isi w 759-134-1 SW SE 2 29 27 John A. Snively A. H, Marquardt 1938 860 12233 3 Access hole in 1.5 203.9 94.57 12-10-59T E 2,000 Ir --W-341 10-inch. caing 10 pump base 700-730 feet, throughs andfilled caverns 759-138-1 SW SW 32 28 27 The Tahoma Corp C. A. Daneby 1944 600 8 --3 Top pump .8 128.6 11.51 9-26-58 T L -Ir -..-column inside 10.66 121-59 discharge pipe 759-139-1 SB SE 1 29 26 Hubert Eloge Southern Pipe 1953 164 4 100 ---....---... ---. .----.--.-------E -D, .-and Supply PS 759-140-1 SW NB 1 29 26 Norman A. Stree Van Duyne, Inc. 1946 212 4 .-3 "----..... ---. --.. ----J B --D ---759-143-1 NW S 5 29 26 Polk Packing A. H. Marquardt 1943 648 12155 3 ...--------.... .--.-------T-ET -In, ---. ---Asen. 10 PB -2 W B 5 29 26 --...do ...A. Danaby 1946 662 12229 3 ----------------135.7 ----T 1,100 In .--. W-1445 10 -3 W 5 29 26 ----do-... A H. Marquardt 1950 650 16163 3 Access hole in 2.75 135.95 58,45 12-16-59 T B 2,000 In --.-2131 WL pumping 14 pump base S 759-144-1 SW N 5 29 26 .--do------do --.. --. .600 16 116 2,3 .------....-..-----. --.--------. TB ---In .---. ---2. W NB 5 29 26 --.-do.----d---d-----672 20 407 3 Access hole in 1.7 137e 26.59 12-16-$9 T 3,600 In --.. W-4962 WL pumping; vell pump base back-filed to 656 feet 759-145-1 B SW 31 28 26 0. B. Teeter ..--. do--.-625 10 100 2,3 end 6-inch 5.50 141.7 22.26 12-17-59 TL 1,220 Ir -.. W-2014 discharge connection 759-153-1 SB NW 3 29 24 Joe A. Lewis Howard B. Godwin 1952 139 3 60 2,3 --------------. -..... ---..J B --. In .---.---. .Diet -2 W NW 2 29 24 Emory Track Herman Sloan 1951 745 12 80 2,3 .---.--. -.--. ---..... ------T ... I ........... -3 W NW 2 29 24 A. F, Pickard J. B. Rogers 1951 630 12 .-2?, nd 8-inch 2.30 126e 25.63 9-20-57 T B 1,400 tr .... .. 3 discharge 28.14 12-23-59 connection -4 NB N 3 29 24 A. B. Curie IEmon Sherouse 1959 640 10 83 2,3 Lk-inch .15 142.3 43.91 7-23-59 T -Ir ----4932 breather pipe 45.31 12-23-59 759-155-1 W SW 33 28 24 Davitson Layne-Atlantic 1948 1,220 24 293 3 Access hole in -.2 125.2 32.9 5-15-56 T B 5,000 In -1-1835 WL 1959 pumping hemical Co. Co. p ump base 55.52 12-31-59 B -2 SW SW 4 29 24 Hamilton Martin Herman Sloan 1956 330 4330 1 .----. ----...115e ..... -------N D --WiAbn, incomplete 2k 1038 drilled in buried sink. -3 SW SW 4 29 24 ames Boilly Howard B. Godwin 1952 300 4 202 1 op 4-inch .50 113e 3.72 6-22-56 ----D --WgDo casing 1039 -4 SW SW 4 29 24 Hamilton Martin T. .Perry 1928 265 4261 1 --------. .15. *-------30 -WgiAbn, incomplatel 3 434 drilled in buried sinkl dest

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Tabl l .C1~unttnue C.eEtel Co. ii 759,1i56l 8 81 6 239 34 J, 4. CSrFeis 0a«dnhlir Iroa 1950 707 10' 239 3 Access hole in 1.10 154,9 65.63 4.11-58 I *** r r"vW-i153 .3 I IW 6 39 34 Orville Wrisaly A. T, Blost 1955 75 2 68.. ..... .... ....... 0c I 6*** 0 w a. .. aqueo .3 IV W 0 329 4 Warren A. unn Ceoil J, Argus 1953 301 4' 0 3 ........ ... .. .... ..... ...... .....J D .....0 ..... .4 l W W 3( 9 4 r rown and Ibwrd l. Oodwr 1932 341 4 321 3 .............. ....... ...... ..... p .... ....... lilbert .3 NX 1 6 29 14 H. H, Riahard$ ......do.o*** 1959 309M4 4 222 3 top 4.inch 1.0 204. 119.32 1.32.*9 7TI *sI * D ss ao..s..*. a Iin 6 H ISV 61 29l 4 Ruth Hutltn ......do.o*1959 312M 4 223 3 ..*.... do... 1,70 193.5 107.38 2.11.9 TI ** D .... ...... .7 I IW1 6 29 24 0. W. Palmwre C. A. Dianby 1956 210 4 140? 2 Iklinch plu en .9 195a 57.47 12-30.59 TE .**** D ........... lade of pump 8 1W 11 6 29 24 Ha iond*Jones Salon Iherouse 1959 312 4 216 3 Lop 4.Lnch .61191 101.24 12.30.59 T **** D ......... S Inc. casing 759.158-1 1W SW 36 28 23 Claude Hardin R. NHikirk 1939 643M 18. 316M 3 Top 18.inch .50155.9 63.60 12-31-59 N * 2,500In, ...*** , Polk.45 16. Galing 3,000 0 12 -2 ISW W 16 28 23 U.S. Geological Van Duyne, Inc. 1948 26M 6 1 1 Top 6.tnch 3.0 155.2 1.56 12-31-59 * ..... 0 .... ....... olk-45a Survey casing .3 SW SW 36 28 23 Claude Hardin .......... ... 1958 83o 2 47M 1, Top 2. nch .90 155.9 1.23 12-31-59 N * --. ...... 47 casing 759-159-1 -3 29 23 P. 8. Bunch Gio. Danoby 1950 698 10227 3 Top of pump .5 142.79 60.21 7-10-56 -* 1,100 Ir **. W-2129 *Center 8 column inside 50.61 12-31-59 pump discharge 759-200-1 SW l1 4 29 23 City of A. ,. Williford 1953 73 2 46 2 ........... ... 136 .... --J.. E -..J .PS -1W-2954 Drain field Lakeland terminal 759-201-1 NW NE 5 29 23 .--. do. --Layne-Atlantic 1942 665M 10103M 3 Fop 8-inch * Flush 132.30 46.49 1-31-55 N -500 PS -9-632 New drain field Co 8 casing 46.38 6-30-55 BG facilities -2 SE SW 33 28 23 D. B. Kibler, ---do--1942 671 10176 3 Top 10-inch Flush 135.22 49.30 34-55 N -500 PS -W-1633 WL 44,77, Jr. coupling 52.32 79-56 lr4-60, abn 759-203-1 ."" .*". Sme Hill.borough Report -FGS RI No. 25? '2 SW SW 31 28 23 S. L. Pippin .............. 1955 99 6 60 2 End 4-inch 2.3 128.3 22.84 1 4-60 L -. r .. ..... n ec'E oe
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Table .-. Continued II) ~ g T I , 1411 t5 e IT) l is) 101e IIIi 1) till 11l) Ial till" illt -17 ti li s tnll atlT m it ... 4( IS1)l 800-131-1 S8 NW 33 2 828 Douglas Douglas 1950 35 2 30 1 ---------------------------CE -, -----Jennings Jennings PS 800-135-1 NW SE 26 28 27 George C. Earle Dick Dunham 1957 496 8 399 3 End 6-inch 3.5 169.8 71.66 11-12-58 T G 700 Ir ---Wgidischarge pipe 66.99 122-59 801 -2 NW SW 35 28 27 J. E. Chastain John Spivey 1957 819 8 180 3 Edge pump 10 167.0 64.01 11-12-58 T L 800 Ir ----discharge 59.57 122-59 flange 800-138-1 W SW 29 28 27 Lamar Beauchamp A. H. Marquardt 1957 587M 12 105M 3 Top 12-inch .80 123.2 3.68 9-26-58 C L 1,500 Ir, ---E, WL 2.69, casing 1.34 108-59 X 12-1-59 800-141-1 NE BE 34 28 26 Eloise Woods .--.. do-.1956 650 12 250 3 --------------------T 3 950 M ------Water Works, Inc. -2 wE SE 34 28 26 -----do .-T. W. Perry 1926 534 8 117 3 Top 14-inch 1.40 175.4 51.14 8-29-58 T L 450 M --.. Wginipple in 51.17 121-59 600 access hole in pump base 800-142-1 W SW 34 28 26 C. H. Race Renneth Turley 1958 5501 6 104M 2,3 Top 6-inch .55 147.15 27.49 121-59 N --Ir -W-4551 casing E,0 -2 NE NE 33 28 26 Jesse P. Dick Dunham 1956 205 3 118 2,3 ...-----....-------J 8 --D, -WgiMehrlust Ir 1040 800-143-1 SW 8E 32 28 26 City of Gardanhire Bro. 1949 677 12221 3 Access hole in 1.10 148.59 28.55 128-54 T -H --W-2003 Winter Haven 10 pump base 28.82 121-59 L -2 NW SE 29 28 26 U.8. Department0 C A. Dansby 1944 240 6 123 2,3 ----do..-Flush 165.49 42.67 10-31-57 T 50 X ...W864 of Agriculture 43.95 121-59 800-146-1 NW W 36 28 25 Lake Region A. H. Marquardt 1954 676 10 70? 2,3 ..--do...3 152,15 29.84 104-57 T , --M1 -W-3200 Development and 31.68 11-27-59 L Investment Co. 800-153-1 SW SW 26 28 24 Howard B. Howard B.Godwin 1947 3901 6 751 2,3 Top 6-inch Flush 127.40 36.90 123-54 N * --Ir 75 ESG Godwin casing 32.78 127-54 -2 SWW 26 28 24 --do-----do -1.950 67M 3 42 4 Top 3X1)-inch .60 126.68 5.51 127-54 N -30 X .... ... reducer 5.49 12-21-54 -3 E8 SW 26 28 24 American Layne-Atlantic 1942 1,037 24 117 3 Top 24-inch Flush 118.73 21.35 18-60 1 * 2,700 In 80 W-724 Temperature Cyanamid Co. Co. casing E taken at tank; abn, 1-57. 800-154-1 8E N 33 28 24 Davison .---.do---1,000 24 --3 Edge teel Flush 139.6 47.92 12-30-54 TB -In 79.4Chemical Co. pump supports 45.04 22-55 -2 N NW 34 28 24 Herbert Woodard Howard E. Godwin --. 210 4 74 2,3 ......--------... --1 -----T ---D ..-.--

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Idbl I , .. Lnued !f-11" ,. .. .1 I JA i Y 7 Y 11-.1 1 1 s 800-l54-3 NW NW 4 38 34 '1r. .ow4r4 9. odwlri t9Sl 3131 J B 98 Tup i-inch 0.4011* wi iI.40 b6-2-56 N .* **D ---E,G McCullough cjt4ng .4 sIW NW 3424 28 vieon ..... .... 400 6 ** ....-.---. ...r..-.. ..... ....... -... ..,. Ch«lilcal Co. 5 INNE 33 23 34 1, W. Humphreyu Howard I. Godwin 951 L189 4 73 3 .......... ....... ..... ....... .... .. ,...,. -6 NW N1 33 28 24 M4, M. ptvey Roy Wilt 1958 200 4 63 2,3 ... ...... ...... .. 140,* ..... ....... , 30 Pi .... W-4775 800.155). N1 a 33 3 124 City of M. I5, Vughn 1941 1,030 320 750 3 ............. .... M * .503 Abn Lakeland ls 00-156l. NW S1 30 28 24 Lltnd Crews ago, I. Moran 1946 297M 4 190 2,3 Top 4inch Flush 14,08 56,78 7.16-54 N * ***** Ir .... Wgt. cstlng 54,68 7.30-54 1041 *2 SE S1 30 28 24 City of G4rdenhire 1956 731 20 448 3 Edge of pump 1.45 139.3 45.83 11.18-59 T E ***** 14 ** *...-. Lakeland base at floor *3 INE SW 29 28 24 J, , Williams Turley and 1957 270 4 137 3 Acsess hole in .10 131.6 31.7 1118-59 E ***..... D, .... ....... SGodwin sanitary seal Ir 800-137-1 SW S 30 28 24 City of Florida Water 1949 772 20 219 3 Access hale in .60 203.,71 124,03 79.56 CE * * *.** W.2015 Both WL pumping Lakeland Well and pump base 115.60 11-18.59 ikI Supply-Bartow iN 2 SW SW 30 28 24 Mrk Povall Co, Moran 1948 500 4* **.. 3 ............. .. ......E * * .. . ! 3 *3 SE SE 30 28 24 C. V. Duffi J. ,P Whatley 1949 400 6. 200 3 .................. .... ..... ....... T 100 , ....... 4 Ir 4 SE SE 30 28 24 ......do ...... ..............1949 200 3 *2.3 .............. .... ..... ....... N H. ..... x -... ..... -*S N NW 31 28 24 R. 0. Vinning Wilder 1949 46 2 40 4 .............. ......... ........ -. Ir -.... -6 SW SW 30 ;8 24 Howard nlow Roy Wilt 1951 603 ... 4 .............. ... .... ..... .-.-.Ir .... ....... S70 -7 NW SW 31 28 24 F. H. Callahan .............. 1922 500 6 -*** 3 End 4-inch 1.30 181.0 104.50 5-20-56 TE ** .....Ir ------WL 92.86, discharge 102.38 79-56 11-18-59 connection 800-158-1 SW NE 26 28 23 ity of .............. 1956 670 12 ..*. 3 Access hole in 3.10 163.7 67.60 7-ll-56 T E .M -..... SLakeland pump base 58.26 11-18-59 800-159-1 SW sE 27 28 23 tlantic Coast Owner 1954 265 10 148 3 Top 10-inch 1.30 145.57 54.42 7-22-54 T --E -W-3420 Line RR casing 801-127-1 SW NE 19 28 29 Hachineha A. .Marquardt 1957 490 3 156 2,3 Spigut, 25 eeot 2.00 54.8 15.1A 1-30-59 N * 125 PS ---------Yeld is at SEtatcs Inc. east of well 18.2A 122-59 free flow -2 SW E 19 28 29 Edgar Bowen .....do...... 1957 350 2 153 2,3 .............. .... -A ....... C E 50 0, ........... Do PS -3 SE SW 19 28 29 Cra Nurtun ......do...... 1956 312 2 160 2,3 -----.....--.... 57 A ..N * 50 U -.........Do

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Table 1. Continued 11) 1) ) ( I) 1 .4)TI ISI) 1 10 M 191 i111 io ilIl) I J Tiiz( 1 l ) 1tii, 171 it i Ii l 1ll 1 0t ) 1%I) 1I I 801-130-1 NW NE27 2 28 W. C. Eden Roy Wilt 1957 1,327 10 255 3 End 4X8 reducel 4.0 114.8 39.69 15-59 TL 1,000 ----on. pump dis37.13 122-59 charge 801-132-1 SE SW 20 28 28 James Black C. D. Cannon 1955 --8 ---3 End 6-inch 7.0 98.1 12.36 122-59 T --I ----and Sons .discharge pipe outside of house wall ,, 801-136-1 SW NW 27 28 27 Town of Dundee -------------1924 540 12442 3 Top 3/4X2-lnch .5 125.3 14.05 116-57 T E 500 M ....... 8 reducer in 9.46 122-59 air-vent pipe Co. 6, completed; all 5 sand to 644 fest, clay 644 to 650 feet 801-138-1 SE NE 29 28 27 E. L. Turner --... do----1957 256 4 142 3 ----------------------------J 300 PS .. ---. -2 -NW 28 2827 B. C. Hunt Kenneth Turley 1957 180 3 95 2 ------------128.33 -----------J E 50 S -W-4493 -3 NE SE 30 28 27 Lamar Beauchamp A. H. Marquardt 19441 252 6135 3 -----------------125.0 --------JE ---. .... ' 4 801-139-1 NW SW 0 28 27 W. H. Webb and C. D. Cannon 1946 607 10. -3 ccess hole in .15 145.0 20.31 8-28-58 T L --Ir ---Sons and Sons 8 ump base 19.81 121-59 -2 NE SE 24 28 26 Alma P. Crump Sadler-Taylor 1958 526 10 109 3 End of 8-inch 3,10 139.1 17.51 12-18-38 TL 1,700 Ir --Estate discharge 15.09 121-59 connection -3 NW NE 25 26 28 Pollard Dick Dunham 1959 553 10 116 3 .......--.... .... 149e -------T ----r -Wi1042 801-143-1 SW HE 0 28 26 tampa Electric ....-----1923 573M 10 180M 3 top of 10-inch-13.00150.9 14.07 6-28-55 N ---I M ---E Abn Co. flange at pit 18.62 1-12-56 loor -2 SW NE 21 28 26 City of Gardenhire Bros. 1954 648 12 --3 Airline gage 2.7 144.0 18.8 11-30-59 T E 1,017 H 76 --Air line 70 feet Winter Haven -3 SW 1E 29 28 26 .---do--------------1923 4047 12 1627 3 Access hole in .2 .--. 75,38 121-59 TE -------pump base ,801-144-1 SE NW 29 28 26 H. E. Ford Howard Godwin 1950 199M 3 87 3 Top 3-inch .1 150.4 27.27 10-31-57 N --Ir -----casing 28.50 121-59 801-146-1 SW W 24 28 25 Bobby Clark Herman Sloan 1955 175 2 103 3 --------------150e --------JE -D --2 SE SE 23 28 25 Herman Drawdy Van Duyne, Inc. 1950 305 2h --3 ---------------------. .....E .D ... 801-149-1 NE SW 21 28 25 R. M. Wilkes (Ueo. Moran 1950 225 3 100 3 -----------------------.E ---.. D -2 NE SW 1 28 25 .....do...--.. ...---.. 1950 12M 1. --I Top It-inch 140 132.17 7.33 11-18-54 N ---D -------Abn; WL 9.81, casing 8.85 5-22-55 6-25-56

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Tdb(l I. CunitPu4d ''~ r £ ....... ...l....... ..-'-!f .--............... ..... .. " ".' L .. ...... ....... .* s .3.1 ... 801P49-3 Hi W W 21 28 15 Judle .........20. 00al 8 --.-I Lower insl 50 7 64 24 54 1111854 N I ... ,,-,.. Willamson Lip cl tr.* In ;35.431 3-21t4 a-Inch :«Asing )01-153.1 SW SW 23 28 34 W. L. Roberls W. L. Roberlt 1951 1!K 1k 13) 1 Top Ik'tnch .90 131.14 9,35 9-.23}54 N * .** .. .. ,,,. Abn el1ng 8.52 10.-t-54 *2 IV IW 33 18 24 -* .dow....v oward 5, Godwlnl953 164 3 72 2,3 *.*.. .......... ..p. v.... , ... -*.. j ...... ., * ... .NI iW 26 31 24 Howard Godwin d....9do**.... 1948 10b 3 75 2,3 top 3*tnsh Flush 129.7 31.07 13. 7.54 N * ** 0 ..... waisng 33.95 13.241954 .4 NI IW 96 113 .2. .,d * ......* -.*....de.... 1946 110 4 12 2.3 ............ ......... .....* ..... o, .... ....... * I IN W 26 21 24 Idwardi rPakinlg p ....... 193 40 2 **** I ..... .*. .. ..... ...... " s ... ..*.. ........ Co., .6 NW SW 33 2 24 Lloyd Roberts Howard 1. Godwin 1954 161M 3 .... 2,3 Top l3inh .60 134.6 31.7t 6l27l5 N * *** 0 ... ..* ..W .2,97, Ceaing 35,06 6-26i5 11.17.59 801154-1 1B NX 21 28 24 V. C, Caney V. C. GCney 1952 13K 2 391 4 Top 1-inch 1.71 -7.7 6. 3-54 V **..* D .*.......... lae valve -2 i(t 21 28 24 -......do ... ......do...... 1945 41M 1% 40 4 top 1t-lnch Flush 152.67 11.68 63-54 N * .* 0 ....... ...... t 17.53, Check valve on 14.12 11-30*55 6-27-56 top of castln .3 1 21 28 24 ...... do ........... do ...... 1947 40 2 3 4 .................. ........ ....... C ..... D, .... ....... Ir -4 NW SW 12 28 24 .0. OMPherson .T. arrell 1953 173H 3 60 2,3 Top 3-inoh 1.10 21.1 12-10.4 J ..... .... ....... aiing 23.43 39.5 5 NE NI 28 28 24 A. E. Schlutcr .............. .... 138 6 5M 2,3 top 6-inch 1.6 147.06 44,31 7-30-54 N .* * .r --. asing 45.38 99.54 -6 W SW 22 21 24 aMcAsphalt Corp. Goo. Moran 1949 138H 3 84 2,3 Top 3-Lnch Flush -24.11 12354 -.. In .... ....... casing -7IW W 22 28 24 ......do ..... Roy Wilt 1952 25 2 21 1 ............... -.... ..... .. ..... j 1001 In .--.... -8 NW SE 21 2824 rry A Dalbow Korisk Well 1957 610 10 86 2,3 ....-......... .... 124 * .... ......T 900 Ir *-. ..4253 Driller -9 ISW NE 28 28 24 Florida Citrus C. A. Dansby 1946 660 8175 2,3 ...............--. --........ T ...... ; .... ....... Inc. 6 801-155-1. NW 6 28 24 Sasson-King Ltd. Rogers 1944 560 10 120 3 ............... --.... ........T 750 In ........ -2 NE SW 28 26 24 Lakeland Howard E. Godwi 1953 561 6 .--3 ------------------......-----E .Ir ........... Memorial Garden -3 SE SW 28 28 24 ......do .-------. do-..... 1955 158M 3 92 2?, Top 3-inch .50 ---41.23 114-55 J E -In ---3 casing

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Table 1 Contiinued 111 111111) 14)T is) to) 7) 1" ( I )10) (1 o))(s 11-"1 ·1 1 1 it l II 111) 1 1 i"II a ,il 122I ,1 I ) .,. U I 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 678 103 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 ------------... --------PS ...---Club -2 NW SE 19 28 24 Florida SouthC, 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 79-56 11-18-59 801-157-1 SE NE 25 28 23 Snook Funeral -------------1952 125 3 757 2 ------------------.-----. --r ----Home -2 NW SW 30 28 24 J. W, Shire Roy Wilt 1953 46 3 26 4? ------------------------------JE 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 -S 801-200-1 NE SW 28 28 23 W. G. English Howard E. Godwin ---143M 3 128 3 Top 3-inch Flush ----61.00 64-56 -D --------casing X -2 SW NW 27 28 23 Atlantic Coast Atlantic Coast 1954 325 6219 3 Top 4-inch 2.80 --51.60 6-10-54 ---X ----Line RR Line RR 4 caning 51.86 6-15-54 -3 HE NW 27 28 23 Confidential Joy Mfg. and 1960 1,846 4 32 2,3 Top 4-inch -1.0 135e 41.37 14-60 N ----X --No. 2 Abn Drilling Co. coupling core, E,I 801-201-1 S1 W 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 N1 SE 20 28 23 John Schenk ---... do-----1957 233 4 161 3 ---------------134 ------.... --. J ---. PS -.. 801-202-1 N SW 20 28 23 Chas. G. Jones -------------.----. 300 3180? 3 Top 3-inch -1.0 135.7 36.48 76-56 J E -.PS ...... 2 casing -2 N9 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 --. WgiStephens Inc. 398 801-203-1 NE SW 19 28 23 John Hanes J. P. Whatley 1951 115 3 63 2,3 *---.----.. ----E ------PS ----------

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..... : 1 -L. .. -" i '.. L. : ! :.'.:1. :!":: i! ": '" ''1 -""I 1!9 -i :ii Fi:: '"-.... N0231.l7 6 IW N 19 ;5 39 IH1hltuha A t M3r4uer 4 1 457 .7 3 1 ****** -**** D * * Yield 4 Itosf Inc fr** o If o101.3-I" l t IS I 3 s I8 ncor Qouoch 0, D, Clnnan 95 450 0 115i 3 op o t pump 1,0 94.3 1,60 ll. 3-59 TI *. .IF r.. and Sorl clun, inildi to deachre 803-34, NW 6W 13 38 37 Cell Itale Whily *nd 1957 541 109 *." 3 A0eosi hole in ,. 189.5 48.31 91 * T 0 **lr ..... .. Fruol Co, Hell p omp **s *4,0 .0 I.1 802.3 5.1 NWW IfW 3 37 J, I, LeAvhrns .R H H, udpon I *41 719 * 5701 3 .....do ..... 13.3 I 1 0190 ll 7.57 T 1 600 Ir .... ...... 6 103.36 3. 358 I W OW 14 1 317 Arthur Jaesobson C. A. DanOby 1949 725 10. .9-. 3 ....do.. 90 156.3 66,.75 -3.99T 1 ,300 7 1 3 * * . 803-136*1 IV SWI l3 13 7 r anoe 37 Co-op. 0ea , Danaby 1941 737 10 108 3 Ind of o.ltnh 4,12 63.6 77.30 113. 359 T 5 1,000 Ir ......... diesharge acnnection .3 N1i IW 1 s1 37 O, I. lubush 3ay 'rols 1957 130 IS 200 3 BloItn edge of .70 193.5 104.60 fl* 357 T I, ps I. r .... 1....... pump bais 98.78 sll 3*59 3 NW1 I 1 15 37 C. 1 .Rubuth ......do..-. 1950 1654 10 1 5097 3 .....o*..... ..... .204 ..... .... T .. * * r -. * Wa. and John 6 1043 S ulting 02-.137.1 SE W 16 36 27 Twn of Lake Ivwitika 1926 405 8 121 3 Air line sage 3. 135.5 16.5 It. 7.57 T e, 500 H 79 ....... Fo.S3 Hlmltoln service Corp 13,0 2. 2.59 L -2 E W 16 l 27 ......do .... .......do...... 1926 415 1 120 3 .............. .. ... ....... ... .... 802-139. .. NW 19 28 27 Lake Region Dick Dunham 1959 400 6. 315 3 Top 6.-nch Flush 128 5.53 10-29.59 N * S, .... N. Abn Golf Club 4 seeing tr 1044 .2 NW 19 28 27 ......do...... ......do .1959 395 6 107 2,3 Top 8-inch .8 125.5 355 12. 1-59 N * * .PS, *.W.-098 0s1ing Ir .3 0 W 19 28 27 ......do...... .....do-.... 1959 200 2 107 2,3 ................125.5 ... -... H .N .. .. ..... 802-143-1 SW NE 21 28 26 City of Gardenhire Bros,1954 593 12 147 2,3 Air line gage 2.3 147.05 19.4 1130.59 T E, 927 N 76 W-3305 Air linu 70 r-it intir Haven L .2 SW NE 21 28 26....do ... .do...... 1954 816 12 138 2,3 --...do.. 2. 144,25 17.2 11-3059 TE 920 M 76 W-330t no .3 SW NE 2 28 26 ......do -.. .--do-.. 1954 642 12 -.. 2,3 --. do..-2,3 145.11 23.2 11.30-59 TE 972 N 76 W-3307 Air lin, b0 O -4 NW SE 16 28 26 Florence Citrus Dunham Well 1957 345 4. 201 3 -*............... .----------. JE 80 D -.. WIlGrowers' Asin, Drilling Co. 3 769 .5 NW SE 17 28 26 Now Ice Co. C. A, Daniby 1946 615 12191 3 op pump 1,51 161.1 37.87 11-36.59 T £ .In, -*. W.I10 10 column inside pS disclarKn -6 NW SE 17 28 26 -...-do.-. Chase 1920 480 LO130 2,3 .-...-**--.---. CE --.In, -.---.... Ain 8 PS

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Table 1. Continued Ilf 12IIf51 14 1 I is) 11 e10) (,Is (10) II 1 i) Ii5) 114) giB) 11i1 11 III lm l 4 IIII 802-143-7 NE7 N 17 28 26 Birdeye Foods C. A. Daniby 1946 609 12 209 3 ........-----.--. .. ------.-----. T E 1,320 In ----W-1389 Inc. 802-144-1 NW SE 18 28 26 J G. Hollmeyer A. H. Marquardt 1940 550 8 ---. 3 .....---------.. ---------------. T E 800 D, --W-518 In -2 SW SE 17 28 26 U. S. Dept. of Sadlar-Taylor 1959 512 6 105 2,3 -------------.---168 -----.---* -400 D, --W-5443 Agriculture Ir 802-146-1 NE SW 13 28 25 City of Layne-Atlantic 1956 601 12 185 3 Top 2-inch 1.5 151,65 32.85 121-59 T l 1,500 M ---W4075 Winter Haven Co. breather pipe -2 NE SW 13 28 25 ------do ... ------do-----1956 640 12 155 3 -------.---------. 152 ---.---------. 1,600 M ---W-3851 Dest -3 NW NW 24 28 26 Kenton T. Pewit C. D. Page 1928 245 6 200 3 ..------------.--143,6 .... -------N ----. Ir -...--.Po-17; drainage well -4 SW NE 24 29 26 A. E. Harrison -------------19201 205 4 ---2,3 .........-------------.....-... -------------.......... .. ..... ----Ir ---------Drainage well 1045 -6 ISW SW 13 28 25 0. M. Grubba ------do-----1955 179 2 88 2,3 ----------------------------JE ----D ........... -7 NW W 24 28 25 J. E. Mincey John Carr 1955 200 2 90 2,3 ------------------J E -D --8 NW NW 24 28 25 Frank D. Mathis ------do-----1956 210 2 91 2,3 -----------..------.. ---------J E ---D ---..... 802-149-1 E NE 20 28 25 Davidson ...----..-----. 161H 2 59M 2,3 Top 1¾X2-inch .40 128.87 20.60 3-17-55 N -*.. D .--. G Abn Chemical Co. reducing 19.78 47-55 coupling -2 NE HE 20 28 25-------do-------------------14M 14 10? 1 Top -inch 1.20 129.48 7.24 3-17-55 N --D ---------Do casing 6.78 47-55 -3 NW NW 21 28 25 Charles Race A. H. Marquardt 1939 400 6 96 2,3 -----------------------------T E 700 Ir -----..... -4 SW N 21 28 25 Techtterer Oil ------do-----1955 970 10615 2,3 Top 10-inch 1,13 130.00 17.37 6-28-55 ------. X ---W-3633 Abn Davelopment Co, 8 coupling 14.07 11-27-59 -5 NE SW 24 28 25 Glen Abbey Howard E. Godwir 956 154M 3 67 2,3 Top 3-inch .25 ----26,17 23-56* ----PS -Memorial casing 802-150-1 NE NW 18 28 25 Charles Rhoedoas -.---------1953 52 2 ---2 ---.....----..--.--. .. ---. -----CE --D, -2 NW SE 18 28 25 Joseph Nemuth Van Duyne, Inc. 1950 255 4 40 2,3 Top 4-inch .45 115.96 10.06 11-17-54 CL .-r -------casing 9.52 12-21-54 -3 SW NE 19 28 25 Davidon ..-------------1930 150M 6 37M 2,3 Top 3-inch 1.30 118.96 11.29 11-18-54 N-----..-----EO Abn Chemical Co. nipple in 11.67 12-21-54 casing plus -4 NE NW 20 28 25 -d--do----..------------6H 1l ---1 op 1k-inch 1.60 124.2 3.95 11-18-54 N ----Ir ---. ----Do coupling 6,25 6-25-56

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s\o," NII Wi 0 a3 11d1.35 4 .Vldu.ii ... ........2 , l.."p I (l, 14 l d 1 l-14. * *. .....ir ,. CIWUI.881 o. A044m(18 I 5,4* I-.*I*94 Cha rl ll lre, Y.,r 4 0(-. .4 1 il * WM 15 1 358 31 .Juc ph n4idio lou h Nimsukh 1950 1. M 41 i sci r-mh II P4 1.911 I 1 3 -17-5I 5 V **r.... I ill0vo 1,a& 8 "5.10 .. ? 35 8W 7 I3 3 I dS eldlun ,... ..-. 3. 1M t JOH1 1 lTop lk.Inclh 1i .ll 1. " -2;1s N * ..fq ... ..., I .ho Chmilcgl Co, oo(n s, ./4 6*.2l.i S W II 3 ,5 ............* , 35M M 1I top -Inch o l 10 121, 111,39 5232.55 N ... .., an cIn3 1.9 .6-i25956 .9 W N IS1 35 is At, C. Craer Hovrd 5, Godw llSN 110 3 60 3 Top 3.inch 1.35 110,7 1.86 3. 1l5 * D ..*.. .,.... ea sing 1031t1l H1 Is 1315 314 K, A url. ........ 146 *. .. .. ...... 14....5. r 2 1, pV .t *I 3 NI 13 3 11 4 ,. P. Taylor ........... 1949 0loH 6 **** l ,3top of .lIno h 1.70116,11 13,45 10.39.14 CL I**** tr ..... .W...i Wf 13.35 11.11.54 *3 IIt 5 13 5 24 A. Crosby Howurd S. Godl 1953 260 4 27 3,3 top 4.inch .50 ***** 9.62 10-.654 OIL ** Ir .... .... .4 I S 13 2 24 .... do..... A Croby 1943 2BM 5 t 21 1 op t.llnch ,6 112,85 9.56 10.18-54 calling 11.30 11-12.54 I -* NX E 214 28 24 Joseph a yL Howard l, odwin 194B 225 4 72 2,3 ......*..-........ .. ..... ....... C * * .-. r ...**** ***...! Trtor bit& r.I I .6 W W 19 28 24 .D. asany7 J. D, 11iny7 1953 28H 24 21 1 Ltp of 2-inch L30 112.51 9.60 11.16.-54 N * * **.... ....... ill on Gains 14.73 6-25-56 -7 W NW 19 8 24 ......do .. .............. 192 293 1 42 1 lh-inch nipple 1,20 114.1 11,45 11.16-4 CL .* .r .... .... on eCasing -8 W W 19 28 24 ......do ..... , D. 5lnyi , 1950 47H 2h 30 21 top 2-Inch .90 115.1 12.19 11-16-54 C L -r --clsing 12,46 12.21-54 .9 HN E 24 28 34 A. W. RIynoldl Howard R.Godwin 1948 370 4 60 2,3 ...............107 .. ....... E r ........... Drller reports wull tlousd after well depth exceeded 100 feet .10 HI Hn 24 28 24 J. F. Carroll ......do-. -1955 336M 4 42 2,3 rop 4.inch .50 110.57 11.16 1-28-55 C 5 90I Ir 76 1 casing 11.65 39-35 -11 I 24 28 24 --....do ..... ..Carroll 1945 36H 2 15H 21, op 2-inch .80 110 11.35 215 CL -.r -....... 4 aling 2.89 11-27.59 '12 SW SW 18 28 25 Vria Sarling A. I. Willlford 1955 248 4 35 2,3 lop 4-*nch nLhs117.33 17.37 3-17-51 C L 8 I .... *....... -L-vell pumaed and A. A. Pinasiins 18,91 5-21-55 recently ter -13 W SW 18 26 25 A. A. Pnter -.......-...... ... 3 2 .-2 op 2-Inoh .50 117.40 18.06 5321-55 N1 * -r -... caiIn 17.33 6.25-56

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'lablv I, Cintlnu-d -2 2 *T .3 21 [ 4[ IS) 11 101) ii 11( 1 i 11 1141 11 11i 1171 1M 1 1 51 t05 Il) 1-1 123 4 14 as) 802-15114 SWS18 2825Car Crosby Howard E. Godwin 1955 265 4 45 2,3 Top 4-inch 1,00 116.92 17.21 3-22-55 N r ..... casing -I5 NWIW 18l28 25 Marvin Starling -.------..... 1945 29 20 1 End of 2-inch 1.20 116.80 15.29 3-17-55 N -*.. Ir ...-... WL 15.45, nipple 14.45 5-22-55 6-25-56 -16 NW.W 1828 2 ...---d --.........---25M 2 20M 17 Uip of 2-inch .50 .... 14.45 3-17-55 C L ----Ir, -. -toe X -17 NW NW 18 28.24IMr. Page .......... .46M In 21 2 Pitcher-pump 4.40 115.51 12.26 5-23-55 P -----D ----sDet 9-55 valve, seat -18 NE NW 18 28'25 llubrt Denney Cecil Argue 1955 93M 3 41 2 Top 3-inch .40 114.5 4.63 105-55 N -.. D .. ...... .casing 11.20 6-19-56 -19 NE NW 18 28 25H, W. Deeds Howard E Godwin 1955 115M 3 66 2,3 Top 3-inch 1.75 113.25 9.45 105-55 N --.. D -E 8 2casing 13.52 6-26-56 802-152-1 SW NE 13 28.25 R, W. Giles A. Williord 1954 57M 2 35 2 Lip of 2-inch 1,20 109.69 8.55 9-24-54 CL ----Ir ----ell 8.59 107-54 -2 SW NE 1312825: ---. .do............-1948 60 1 --2 ..----.---. .e..... ---D .--...---.. -3 SW NE 13 28 25 -----do .--------------I.... 244M l ---1, Lip of 1-inch 2.2 109.20 7.67 9-24-54 CL ----Ir .----..-.Reported flowinig i 2? ell 7.73 107-54 until 1948; Oi WL 9.30, 10-27-54 -4 NW NE 18'28.25-*----do----.............----14M 1i --1, Lip of .1-inch Flush 109,6 7.57 9-27-54 CL --Ir ----------Reported flowing 2? tee 8.06 107-54 until 1949-50 -5 SW NE13 28,25 ..----do*-Howard E. Codwirý1954 20 4 44 2,3 Top of 4-inch 1.0 109.59 12.00 6-26-56 CL .---Ir .-... -6 SW NW 24 28 24R. H, Li .. .....-... 35 1 -2 -------------. --109o -------J ----D ---------Reported formerly flowing well -7 SW NW 24 28 241 .. --do-.--Whatley Pump 1952 85 3 30 2,3 op 3-nch .50 109,31 9,08 6-27-55 CL --Ir ----.WL 2.14, and Well Co. casing 9,68 6-25-56 10-27-59 -8 'SWNW 24 2824 -----do-----R. 1 Lewis 1952 51M 2 39M 2 Top 2-inch Flush 109.31 7.95 11-17-54 N --Ir .... ..casing 8.10 12-21-54 9 ;NE SW 1328 25 T. F. Palmer T F. Palmur 1949 60 2 50 2' ---.------------.. ---.---E ---D .... ..... -10 1E SW 13 28 25------do----Howard E. odwin 1954 65M 3 55M 2 Top 3-inch 1.00 110.22 9 18 108-54 CL 60M D, 75 W-3422 Cuttings casing 12.65 6-25-56 Ir collected by author; WL 2,34, 11-24-59 -11 NE SW 13 28 24 J C., Ellerbee .-----.----1920 -**2 ---2?7 .---......110-o -. --CL -.Ir .--......... Reported flowing until 194950 -12 NE SW 13 28 24 .--do-.J. E. Ellorbee 1919 50 2 30 2 ----------------------C E -D ....I 45C leba1····-190 --121--' 1I--·--··-llPI-----Il --It --·---Rpta lw

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9*';l .1A C it .. .il... .... .... ..... .... ....... ...... .. .. -!....i -'. 803953-13) NIV W I 3L 34 A .prheny, O o, Norin 1 953 **** 3' ,......... ...-**** **** **'* **'**'* 4*r lr ..** ***.. Jr .14 I N W 34 30 14 1 C, Iml.* 1, .W, Ulllt " 1941 46 1k 30 3 **.--......... *** 0», i ...... c I *** '" C **.*.** .1 1 N1W 4 38 1 5 *t.do.. .''"'"... 1 ......." " i3M 3 1 I Top I~3lLnch 1,0 1,1 13, 7 31755 * *.Ir, N*,l * W.I. 13,51, reduper , .5 1 5115 x 69'5-16 -.6 NH W M3 34 * ......do, .... Van Duyns, Inc, 1947 130 4 4l 3,3 ....... ..* -,, .110,a9 .. ..CL .I .*r * ** -17 IW SW 13 11 34 1. A. sterlting .W. Fussell 19$4 40 .W ON 1 ,0 Topl Ivlnsh ,500 09,0 3.17915 N v P. Ir *to. 1, W4.|, 1n1,37 .11 II IW 01} 14 I , P. FriIdl Hoar rd , Goduwl 195 173 4 35 3, Top o2elf oain 11 113.33 16007 51.9 1 L *..... .t eoveroplso 14,03 6,179s5 .19 I SW 13 28 24 ......do ..... ..............4 1900 35IH 2 5 4?t iTop nh .50 112.31 16,07 5.1 *55 ......r Ir .14,1 oGLnl 14,00 6.317-55 6.5.56 .20 N9 IW 13 38 24 A. J. Dohany, .................. ." 37H L 35 3 Top ptcher 3 113,63 17.28 51.55 ...... D .... ....... Abn Jr. pump body 21L 53 SL 14 28 24 C, S. leader Howard ,. Oodulw 1955 100 3 43 2,3 Top 3.lnch .50 109,7 15,09 6.27.-6 .D . i1 coupling 3,76 11.17-59 S.2 11 14 28 24 ......do ........ do...1955 100 4 44 2,3 ................. 109.3 ............ T n .......... 802-153.1 W IN 15 28 24 Ed. Harnands Roy Wilt 1953 52 2 42 2 ................... ..... ......... ..J * .2 W NW 23 28 24 .......................... ...... H lk -P hr pump 162 117.24 7.70 64-54 7 * -D --.Abn Vlvi seit 6.61 6-18-54 -3 SW N 23 26 24 S. J. Hanncy, ................. ....23 18 1 Iop lInch .85 128.50 18,19 3-15-55 *D * * .comin8 19,25 5-21-55 -4 NW W 14 26 24 Lakeland Layna-Atlantic 1951 680 10 .. 2 .................... ......... ...... T 320 In -.... Tnning Co. Co. .5 HE 83 15 28 24 Cattleman' Geo. Moran 1949 190 3 ... 2, .............. .... ..... ...... J P, ...... Livestock 3 uction Market -6 So S9 15 28 24 11. W. Kolp ......do....1945 571 2 2 .2 op 2-inch 1.0 .0 0 20,80 12-30-54 f ... D 76 -... Abn,656 3? cling 21.94 6-26-56 -7 SE BE 15 28 24 L. Bradley HowardE. Codwin 1954 130 2 56 2,3 ..-...............--. ..... " J ..... D Spaun -8 S 8E 15 28 24 ..--..do .....--. ....... ..... 29M I ..2 op l-inch 1.00 119 19.02 13-55 --. .D ......--. Abn, 3-55 eaing buried .9 NW E8 14 28 24 W. .Elfrelh cDOonald 1946 24H 4 .... 2 rop 4-inch .10 108.67 8.04 9-23-54 ...... D o.... ....... ported flowin8 AphOlt 9.97 10-11-54 until 1951

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Table 1. ontiriued (I) 11 11l1114i 1 i sli I 171 ( l is o) I'lll II11 1 11 1 in l 111 I il 1 (1 M 1 ( 11Ti li i tai tiell it 11 23 114)1 ,0 ) 802-153-10 NW SE 14 28 24 Mildred Tonkel Howard E. Godwin 1954 100 3 40 2,3 ..·-................... ------J .... .... .... -11 NW SE 14 28 24 --.do ----.--. -1934 80 1k ---2? --------------.. ............... ........... D-est,5-54 -12 SW SE 15 28 24 L. J. Lovett ---------1951 46H It 45M 2 Top 1k-inch 0.30 127.76 25.32 34-55 N * *D ..-----. Abn casing 25.70 47-55 -13 SW NE 15 28 24 C. .E Thompson ---------1930 38M 3 35M 4 Top 2-inch 1.30 123.00 24.02 3-11-55 N --Ir ---nipple 24.03 47-55 -14 SENE 22 28 24 Hammond Turner -------------1946 400 8 ---3 -------. ---.. ---. ..... ...... -----TL ......... -15 NW SW 14 28 24 Lakeland ..------.-.-31M 14 28M 2 Top 1k-inch Flush 111.0 20.37 5-21-55 P ---D -----Abn Tanning Co. coupling 16.68 6-26-56 802-154-1 W SE 16 28 24 Lakeland Lkaeland 1940 40 1 ---1 ------------------. ----...--..... .....--.--Cement Co. Cement Co. -2 NW I E 16 28 24 --do-----------do---1949 40 2 .... 1 ---------. ----142 .....-----..-In --------3 SW SW 15 28 24 Jackpon Jackson 1948 68It --1? Top 1k-inch .40 135.50 7.14 63-54 J -D ..--70 casing 6.36 6-18-54 -4 W SW 15 28 24 S. J, Hnnecy A. I. Williford 1954 50 2 ---17 -------------.. -...... ..... .... J --D ..--. --U Sr. "5 SW NW 22 28 24 Sam oore ..---..-------.... 21M --1 Pitcher-pump 3.20 144.40 4.62 123-54 P ----D -----------Abn valve seat 5.56 5-17-55 -6 SE NW 15 28 24 S. J. Ruther--....-----.. 1939 199M 4 120 3 Top 4-inch .50 133.19 29.03 11-24-54 N ---D, ---ford casing 29.88 12-22-54 Ir, PS -7 NE SW 15 28 24 Alex Mueller J. D. Williams -52M 3 48M 2? Top 3-inch .60 133,62 13.78 3-11-55 N ----Ir .... casing 13.63 47-55 -8 SE NE 16 28 24 W. E. Sullivan W. E. Sullivan 1950 12M 1 21 1 Top 1-inch .50 145.76 3.70 3-14-55 N--Ir ----------4.20, 6-28-56, casing 3.73 5-17-55 well plugged? '9 SW NE 16 28 24 L. D. Calhoun L. D. Calhoun 1953 34M 2 32 1 Top 2-inch .25 149.73 9.21 5-14-55 N -I--r --casing 9.07 5-17-55 -10 SE NW 15 28 24 L. J. SchinnerLibby-Freeman 1949 319 4 119 3 Top 4-inch 1.00 129.42 28.85 3-15-55 N -50 D, --2259 er coupling Ir -11 NW SW 15 28 24 -------..... --.......----. .. ... 41M 40 1, Pitcher-pump 1.65134.49 9.34 5-17-55 P -Ir ---4? valvd seat 11.24 6-28-56 -12 C* 15 28 24 Vernon Todd ........-..---.. 22M 2 15 1 Top 2-inch 1.0 131.18 11.33 5-10-55 N --Ir ---.----*Center casing 10.92 5-17-55 -13 NW SW 15 28 24 8. J. RutherA. I. Williford 1956 85 3 40 2 Lip of 2-inch 1.80134.0 13.61 6-28-56 CL -Ir ----ford union I 6.03 11-17-59

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Table i. I0unlpiua. IO3.1M514 I l8W M 36l 3 4 l Barney's PumpS Iu ero r y l ui q 1 145 6 73 , 3 .+ .. ... * S** '* .**.*. * * ... .l Alr condSlllea nleo Inc i 04 Inl lsupply wvll .5 IW NI 16 38 4 ...*.-d ...... ..-o...d..o.. * 1956 1 ) 3 * Cl deyasm,,. . 047 drtlasse rell (IOr 10LL4S14 603.155.l wl Wl 6 10 34 Clo y of Ievenl L944 746 30, 160 3 Top of me6 1, 5.1 31S. 3 » 33ll.59 T 1 1,000 NM '.*** Wel. pusolen Lakellnd souherln Co. 0 bell 104 .2 n 11 17 28 234 Lo, Ospen Lon, iCpen 154 73 3 40 l, .* .... ...... -.. .... ,t.2* ..--.. (I ...l I ,r .* ,-... .) N ll1 17 38 34 1. T. S. T, L53 70 3 30 1,4 ........ .... ... .... .. -.. C ...... ... .... -...... Barrlnlton Barrlnlton pump base 1O.156*l lil W 17 21 24 Lakeltnd Lakeland 1953 12 36 12 I Top 36.-nsh Flush 137,20 4.13 6. 4.54 J I .**. In 73 .C Concret p pipe Cement Co. Cement Co. eling 5.01 7. 654 esiLn, TIgrel. picked *2 NU 5 18 28 2414 A. F JeLtt , T. Harrell 1952 11 2 60 2 .............. .... ..... .-.. ......... J .D 73. .....-3 -IW I 17 28 34 Gordon reer Isrney's Pumps 1955 16 4 137 3 .............. .... ..... ..... ...... J I .... In *.. .... Conerete Inc. .4 Wtl 9 21 24 First 4ethodist ......do...... 194 270 8. 208 3 -. ....... .... 194.83 ..... *.......* TI ... In ..3A42L Church 6 .5 ow *8 17 21 24 Radio Station Ven Duyna, Ine. 1953 141 4 71 2,3 ..................-..... ..... -.... ....... WMIAK -6 1I SW 17 21 24 ..... do..... .....-do.... 190 61 3 42 4 ............................ ...... N ... In ..--..--..... Abn plued .7 BE HW 18 28 24 L. I. Amidon -............. 1915 15M 2 IB 1 op 2XIL-Lnch Fluohl77e 8.30 34.55 .-...r ....... reducer 8 il it 18t 2824 ...... do..... L. .I Amidon 1945 25 2 18 1 ...................... ..... ....... ... I .. ....... .9 11 SW 17 28 24 Lakeland Howard I. Godwin 1956 31M 3 45 2 rop 3-nch 4.90 1385 17.82 77-56 --..X --..........Drlinage well Builder's Inc. coupling for elosdeylstemn air condiiconer 802.157-1 SW E 13 28 23 Floride Power Curtis Daniby 1946 703 10. 308 3 k-inch conner2.20213.00 106.85 11-19-59 T 1 600 In 78 WV1388 and Light Co. 8 ti on -2 N w 13 28 23 Atlantic Coast ... .......-1926 578 12 --3 ................. ..... ....... T In Line RR -3 MW E 13 28 23 Oann Bros. Inc. J. Hilliard 1910 804 8 200 3 Top concrete 1.1C208.87 102.90 76-56 T -In I-.----Abn and dest, pump base 1937; Fo-11 .4 BE SE 13 28 23 Paraont Peorry? 1925 390 12 .... 3 ... -. ----..... .....T.. ..E 300 X -.-'helatre.

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Tabla 1. Cincinued ll 1 r 1 3) (4) 7 I (I) t1 11 191 1101 (111 11 ) 11 11 111 (i1) 114 (17i TI 18 1 i f Ill It ) l 114)1 18s) 802-157-5 NE NE 24 28 23 H. L. Wilkins Gordon Bassford 1949 40 1k 30 1 ---------------.----------..... E ... I .. -6 NE NE 24 28 23 Lakeland Advance 1953 290 8193 3 .----..---..----. ---.------.--T -X ----Ledger Appliance Co. 6 -7 NHNEN 24 28 23 .-----do ------do----1953 250 6 202 3 --------------210 .---------. X ------Closed-system air conditioner; drainage well for 802-157-6 -8 SB SW 18 28 2 City of -----------...... 1912 619 10 300 3 ------------------------* 750 M ---Wi*Air pump, Lakeland 432 ** Steam and electric -9 SE SW 18 28 24 ----do---D. G. Southard 1912 619 8 300 3 ----------------------------* 600 H --WgiDo 431 -10 E SW 18 28 24 ----do--.. ------do -1922 741 15 260 3 I-inch hole in 1.5(189.44 84.58 5-21-57 T E 2,000 M 79 WgiPo-12 WL 85.38, side of pump 82.15 11-19-59 433 11-20-59; nearby base wells pumping -11 SE SW 18 28 24 do---... R. Neikirk 1925 1,201 18 360 3 I-inch access 1.20 187.62 98.76 7956 T E 2,100 --WIiPo-13; pumping hole in steel 105.19 5-21-57 430 WL on 5-21-57; pump base Scatic WL, nearI by wells being ' pumped on 7-9-56 -12 NE SW 18 28 24 ---. do-.Layne-Atlantic 1945 828 24 280 3 Air line gage 3.0 201.04 104.5 9-26-55 T E 4,000 M 80 W-946 Both measures Co. 110.0 79-56 are pumping WL; air line 124.5 feet -13 NE SW 18 28 24 Lakeland ------.. 1941 -------. 3? .----.----.-.--------.--.In . Laundry and Cleaners -14 SW SW 18 28 24 Montgomary Ward Barney's Pumps 1955 325 6 161 3 -----------------------------TE 250 X -W-3623 Inc. -15 SB SW 13 28 23 Orange State Ban Lovelace 1955 716 6 230 3 Air line gage 4.5 208,46 116.5 76-56 T 500 In ---3751 Air line 127 Processing Co. andCo. 97.5 114-59 feet; pumping WL 7-6-56; static WL, 11-4-59 -16 NE SW 18 28 24 City of Layne-Atlantic 1956 1,216 24 323 3 Access hole in .65 191.22 83.15 5-21-57 TE 2,409 H -W-4153 Lakeland Co. pump base 80.25 11-19-59 E -17 NW B 13 28 23 Mann Bros. Inc. Whatley Pump 1957 621 8235 3 ..--..----. ----208.0 .-----T -In . and Well Co. 6 802-158-1 NE NE 23 28 23 City of Florida Water 1952 725 18 203 3 Edge of pump 1.0 193.3 96.63 79-56 T 2,000 H ---W-2767 Lakeland Well and Supply base 88.72 11-20-59 Co. -2 NW NE 23 28 23 Florida Pavorat --....----.1922 74M 6 .----.-. --. .--..... ----. -.n ---------I 0 Abn; clogged at Fertiliser 74 feet

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Table I C d---l d l 1 , a .ilelr -i 4* I I o t ..it IIV 11 4 I ' * o n It s tnl Ioo I fll ti 14 i0o 111 1 M 1 t11 .. N01.Wit4. W 14 316 3 Piubla Superr V. 0, 1St1rS tS11 635 i6 l.4 3 soeejs holts n 0.50 15 66,76 7v 6*1 6 1 ..... If, ... . orke tl pOep bass $$.95 114009 X 01.30041 MII 85s 33 l te Arms HrtrLe Voerd 1r 5 310 01 03 .**.-*--..... -135,6 *......*..* I 30 ? *-* .4737 I03101.L w Is 10 tI I3 0lty 2 of orid Valor 1157 649 0 I 3I ...... ...... 2 13,4 ..... ..... ., .. In .'. V. Tuanel rsr, .Lakea 11 pAd Supply 049 roeedg ei, 103.201I.4 MI 1 IU S l1 H W.. W hltCdIsid kby Hill 195 40 3 20 2 .. .. .. .. ....... .L I* ....*.. * 802303-1 IIV 1 2 3 5, A, a, rort I. A, Carroll 196 A15 %10 II It 3 ?.O........... ..* .. .., .... .... .. c I .. D .. .. .W INIi 19 11 ..... do-, .....d ...d .R 19e56 5t 4 41 3 ...... ..-... .... .. ..... L,.. , ...... c .,Itr *.. .. .3 Id W 1«9 3t 323 *..d *15*** 6 511 3 * 2.LUp of 3X12 1,10 ***.. 4.1 5».l.t56 C I -.* 11 *.» .......* 3 iLnh reducer 8031.33.1 MV W 11 23 38 A. 0, Rets and .D, Cannon 190 621 11 110 3 lnd of l.tnLh .0 96.4 10.21 11,. 2.59 1 1,00 I1 0 ....... other and Iones dioharge soupilnl 803-1,4.1 I 113 3 1 Ltk @L Huilton A. i, larquardt 1939 600 11 93 3 ............. ..... &00ot6 .....* * .. 0 1,450 Ir **** WI451 Cooperative Inc. -.| I3 14 I 1 37 V. 5. Jones Cecil Whatly 1947 104 12 100 3 Ind of I-.neh 5.3 130,0 40,45 I13 2.59 TL **Ir **** ***.. dieuhirle pipe .3 I 1 I11 2I 37 Dale Hmskine Dick Dunha 1959 526 10 105 3 op of pump LO 125.9 34 159 T L 1.200 Ir *..I. oeLumn, inslde 37.3 12S 2-59 L050 pump discharge 803135-1 IW l 14 28 27 Alox Warren Sr. C. D. Cannon 1957 ---.... -... 3 ..................... -...... ....... 0 ... I .. ....... and Sons 303*136-1. IN 10 28 27 0. H. Wyle --... do...... 1955 592 12 197 3 DLscharge 1.5 174.0 86.48 11 657 1000 ........... Ilns on 81.,311128-59 pump 803-137-1 IM i3 9 28 27 H. A. Holms Coo. .Irainai 1946 561 10 165 3 Access hole in 1.0 163.9 55.27 11.12-7 T L 500 Ir ..-1416 pup base 51.13 12. 9-59 -2 L3 IW 9 I2 27 Roy Taylor Saddl.e-Taylor 1956 440 10 170 3 ..................--..... ....... -1,000 Ir ........... 803-143-654 PI 8 28 26 Roe and Race 0. ,. Brainard 1947 505 10' 175 3 Access hole in .3 133.55 8.96 102-57 TL 500 X --.. .-1487 Inc, pump bass 8.96 113-59 . .2 IW )l 16 28 26 A. C, Cox A. 5, Marquardt 1957 305 4 90 2,3 ............... 133 -...... .J I 150iSO 7 -.-5353 803-145-1 IV 3N 12 28 23 Geo. Hinkle Kenneth Turley 1954 215 4 87 2,3 ... --.... .... 145e --..... --..-... * 50 76.5 W.3444 .2 UNI 7 28 26 .Stfanski -.----do-.. 1953 155 4 101 3 .....---. .155.06 -.... --........ ---·8 .--. W-2925 803.146-1 it W 12 28 25 W. H. Schultt, C. D. acnnon 1946 750 10 200 3 Aresl hole In .20 142.6 28.25 79-56 L 900 Ir ---... -' .e andS* on0 p8p base 25.12 113-29

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Tarse 1. continued 11) 1' 4 '31 ' 14) I) 1 (II 161 -) 110 1 11 iI9 i*l iTal 114 1i1r IIi' ti L'I ,) iii l 8 i ,1T Il l il l i t 803-146-2 NW NB 14 28 25 Browning and Kenneth Turley 1952 225 2I 91 3 ......---------.. 163.12 ---. * ..... .j E 20 PS --W-2720 Scarborough -3 SE NW 13 28 25 W. H. Schus ------do-----1958 996 8180 3 Access hole in Flush 154.0 30.56 9-26-58 T B 500 Ir .6 pump base -4 NE SE 11 28 25 Clifton James Clifton James ---25M 2 21 1 Top 2-inch 1.2 --.7.52 10-13-59 ----0 ---coupling -5 NE SE 11 28 25 --..-do-----Sadler-Taylor 1959 143M 2 87 2,3 Top 2-inch 1.0 **32.44 10-15-59 N ---D ---casing 803-147-1 SE NW 10 28 25 Adams Packing C. A. Dansby 1946 639 12 168 3 -----------.....----. 146.28 ----.--T E .In *--. W-1060 Assn. Ul: -2 SE W 102825 -do--------do. --d 1949 701 20 ---3 ---------------147.84 ----------TE -In ----. 1875 -3 SW NW 11 28 25 City o R. M. Perry 1910 248 10 ...3 ----------------... ---. -----. E --..... M Auburndale -4 SW NW 11 28 25 -----do----C. A. Danaby 1944 616 12250 3 Access hole in 1.6 169.29 46.38 11-23-59 T E 1,140 M ---W-872 10 pump base

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1bl) I. Cl"onMnrOd E ;sL "(11F " ", -741-jTr -liii il--1in rl i " T-OF 3 1,A"? 603.147*. W -1IO Ja Ip Hputs nlm Idn ro ru1»48 -10 1 1 ..., i .. ** _ .._.... .**.. ' ... .. T I5 $,S00 In t-91 Wr7t. Cunro.u floor corp. ' I 1 44.30 feIv , , i 14 ' *2 IN NEIl S 8i .." do.... ****do--r.1951 67 30 161 3 Aicces hole In0 OA40 4.4 21.71 1.1794 71 t .*v v n ,W*** i( WI pumping, pimp base 15.10 11 55 110A1 llj"1 I WI, 3 ,04, I //301'" 9 •3 NWN I 3213$...... » d.> ......" **.a 19. 637 1 ** ... 3 ......4 ,10 140,7 3,.13 .17, ' "54 T " n ."* ...... 116.3 3. 9.,5 .14 W N1 .5 1 d do*5*35 " d1"da 953 635 i18 **»* 1 **.*do.*"* .30 140,0 0.9I6 IS.17*>4 T 1 *** In .... ....... .38 Illl.30. | .1s N 1 10 38S,2 City of Morrill Will 1959 633 10. 376 3 rp 3/4.nch 1,35 ***** 44.34 * T ** .... .....| AuburndaIa and ulop Co, 16 coupling on .I I brenther pipe 803-148-1 N s1 9 2I 25 ......do ..... C. A. Dlneby 1941 388 6 .... 3 .............. .... .. .......... T ..... Ir .2 NE l: 9 28125 0. D. Chandler GO. Moran 1949 182 3 60 2,31 ..... ...... * ... .... ..... .. ..... JP, I... ....... r .3 OW lE 9 2B525 , J. Hrdtmn Turner and 1944 157 2 * 2,3************* ** ***** **** ** J D * ** .4 'SgW 10 28 25 Robert StrOck. Howard Codwin 1953 167M 3 70 2,3 rop 3-Inch .60 ** 22,21 6*23.1 N 5 *** D, * I land casing Ir .5 ,N SE9 28 25 C. A. Doteon Roy Wil 1954 160 3 63 2,3 ............. .............. ..J 10 PS *... W3389 Top concrete I base is 145.63 feet iat .6 NW SW 10 28 25 Dvid R. Webb Kenneth Turley 1956 270 4 83 2,3 ..............** .. 133 *** .. ...... T. E *** Ir I **** W4050 Top concrete base lt 133.59 feet got *7 1E NE 9 28 25 L. W. Carrier Roy Wilt 1957 167 3 63 2,3 .............. .... 140.57 -..... ....... J 20 D, --** W.4215 PS 803-149-1 SW 9 28 25 Edna Guthrie .............. .... 300 4 .... 3 --.............. .... ............... ..... .... .......D -2 HNi ..W 9 28 25 ....-.do..... C. A. Dansby 19431 500 10145 3 Access hole in Flu 151.98 32.31 12.14-54 TL * Ir .... ....... 8 pup base 32.97 6-28-55 -3 SW NW 9 28 25 H. Slakman Red Rodgers 1947 ---10? -... 3 --.do. .30 155.79 35.41 12-1454 TL In ........... 41.06 39-.5 .N SW 9 28 25 C. B. Dividien -......... .1929 160 3 -2, ..............----. ---............. D .... * 3? .5 NE SW 9 28 25 S. J. Wilson Van Duyne, Inc. 191 192 3 507 2,3 -----.-..... ..... .... ...... D, ........ ( Zr

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Tabta 1. Cuntinued ....... ... ... ._ _ _ _ .10 CII .13 TIl 6 117 1 1161 61 11 1"I1 liT 1541 eS Il is..... 1 .7' iT) lei ~S 11t o 1 )i -1t i 141 list lie) In i) 911 tal it s) s --ts) 803L4'-6 NE W, 9 28 25 S. J. Wilson 8, J. Wilson 1943 30 2 20 1 ..-------------------------. D --....... -7 NE SW 9 28 25----d ----do---1937 30 1 15 1 Top 1-inch 0.70 146.26 7.90 11-18-54 N --D --..-.Abn; well dry, casing 10.50 5-23-55 6-25-56 -8 NE SW 9 28 25 John L. Geo. Moran 1952 190 3 83 2,3 --------------------..-.---.J 2 ----D DeLosier 803-150-1 NE!Ne'18 28125 B. M. Johns B. M. Johns 1951 50 1t 45? 2 -------------.... 119.49 .--. ..-CE -.D ...-..... -2 SE SE 8 28 25 Abbie Austin Hare (Mr.) 1953 72 1 ---2 .......-·-----....... ----.. ... F D, .... ...... Ps -3 SE SW 8 28:25James A. Russ James A. Russ 1948 58 1k 48 2 Top lk-inch .50 123.21 7.40 5-10-55 N --.....-..WL 8.47, casing 6.27 5-23-55 6-26-561 dest -4 SE SW 8 28 25 1. S. Foster Howard E, Godwin 1950 168 3 60 2,3 .----------------... .-..... .-.... .In *. -5 NW NW 17128i25,U.S. Geulogical Stewart and 1955 13H 11 13 4 Top 1i-inch 3.70120.4 .38 8-18-54 N .-0 .---.. Survey Mills casing 3.06 91-55 .NW NW 17 28 25 ------do --Stowart 1955 3M 1 3 1 ---... do-... 4.05 120.4 1.62 9-13-55 N ----------' .23 ,9-23-55 803-151-; iW NE,12 28 254W, P. Alford IGeo. Moran 1948 75 3 27 2 Top 1P-inch 1.40 118.00 11.10 6-26-56 C -----Ir 74.5.... casing -2 SW NE 15i28 25 .-----do ....-----do-----1950 170 3 20? 2,3 Top 3-inch .55 117.19 14.90 5-23-55 CL -Ir ..--. casing 13.27 6-28-55 -3 SW:NE 15 28 25 .--..-do ----I ..... 1948 29M k --1 Top pitcher 1.0 116.42 8.50 121-54 P -Ir ....pump valva seat 10.90 6-26-56 -4 NWSW 7 28i25.V. R. Robrts -------------1948 65 11 ---2 -------------. ---.... ..--C-E .--D .... -5 NW SW. 7 28 25 .-..--do-----F, W. Fusoll 1954 69M lj 41M 2 Top 2-inch .70 115.55 4.08 9-27-54 * ---. Ir 74,2 ..... S' casing 4.15 10-11-54 -6 NW SW'7 28125 ...-do .. Howard E. Godwin 1954 193M 3 36 2,3 Top 3-inch .30 116.80 .10.33 10-29-54 CL ---r 75 -----casing 9.92 11-15-54 -7 ,SW SW 7 28 25 T. J. Milton A. 1. Willliord 1954 48M 2 35 21 Lip of 2-inch 1.10 114.05 6.75 123-54 C L *Ir * .---------. WL 2.53, all 10.37 6-30-56 11-24-59 -8 SW SW 7 28 25 ..--..do...... T. , Milton 1946 30M 1-k 20 1, ---..-do------.90 115.1 7.30 123-54 CL ---Ir . 4? 8.60 5-23-55 -9 NE NE 13 28 24 A. C. SchultI Iluward E. Godwin 1954 236M 4 48 2,3 Top 4-inch ,90 115.41 12.78 12-10-54 CL -. .Ir .--.-... casing 12,52 12-21-54 -10 SW SW 7 28 25 T, J. Milton Williford 1955 146M 3 42 2,3 Top 3-inch all .80 114.37 11,39 5-2-55 C -----r .--... 12.79 5-23-55

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la~lili I. l.olou! !.i d.' i ' ,75r'-... iiiT "-f(977 iii .:;:" ^!:1.1' 10" 411 '.411 Iff0joI%1. SW i ?1W 4 II1 ; o rI .Ca rrall noward 9. cudwl 1 915 314) 4 .4 a1,1 Top 4rln0h rFulIll] ?,311 l»l0 t» * * *** I.r ... If 112 1CuI IIIu cI 90 "* to IfulIr d y o0-i .l T. 1 , r. lmer WIlliford 9154 1 3 b I1M 3 Ljp o0f I3nch 1.0 109 13 5 ,4 09 1 .14 C If ** " " U on 0i4n0s 9.43 1037154 .3 IcjINW 1 1i *r*...d--. T. F. P4mor 19315 3 111 PH 3 Top pltther .20 109,40 1,31 9-314*54 F v 9* Ir, .v..... Aln pump body 6.38 10. 1754 .) ,. 3 ;A 11 *.***.do...... Wltioard 19)4 111 3 50 3 Tap 3vlnch ,10 11,00 9,34 91' 4.54 N P* .9 Ir r.. *. ****. I os ng 9.37 t0o 10 4 .4 NW pE IS 1 il% .W. l ............. 9 14 148 M ** 3 Lip of lolneh ,49 109.31 l.,9 9.31.54 C Ir If * ." Wil on casing 15.47 10. 7154 803.-53*. It N t0 1 0 34 J C. Combo* rranelt ImIth L943 40? 31 ** I *..**.**. *** ** ***... * .. ..... .... .u *. .ISW NW 3O0 2I24 'Cy Comber ............ 2. 4CH .1 -1 Top r 1.35 13l 3 10.2100. 51 .I "" ..Ah pump body 10,1) 100.11.4 .3 SWI I'10 2024 Polk County Philllp Morrill 1953 355 6 5S 2)3 Top 6.Lnch .SO 123.10 27.8 1 -'5 l C'L .i X 72,1 9 ,0 I clno 25.51 6-30.151 i S.4 SW 102824 ...... do .................... 93 .... 14 1 .. .................................. ....... I .. .. .... 00 .i5 Nw 10 32 24 IC,. Baader C , S. Baadr 1945 56 52 2 .............. ...... .. ...... .C'i .D ........... 6 NWi 102624 ...... do...... Howard , Godwin 1952 195 4 45 2,3 Top 4.Inch 1.30 127, 10 23,78 5.2454 C I. **. X caoLng 24.,33 5-28.4 .7 iNWiE 10 28 24 ......do ..... C. C, IoBadr 1951 131 2 9 1 ....1 nd t l .40 ... 1.76 4 N * 54 ... * ., A WorLionlal 12.28 5.2.8-54 nipple In 2-inch teI .8 jB E 15 28 24 A. II. Smit.h ............. 1934 135 14 ... 27? ............. .......... J ...... D ..........Supp 3 4 housoe .9 NE W 1528 24 0. E, Yeomans Howard E. Oodwin 1949 141H 4 52 2.3 Eop 4-Inch .55 124.90 24.64 5.14.4 C -.* Ir ........... Soaoing 24.95 5.28-.54 -10 N1 NW 15 28 4 E. A. Esposlto 0. B. Yeomani 1948 52 2 40 2 ...........-....... ... .. ..... C D **.... ... .11 NE NW 15 28 24 0. .Yeomans Joe Hennesy 1924 72 14 60 2 ................. 123.95 * ....... * * .D * ......... Abn -12 E NW 15 28 2 ......do -............do-.... 1934 63 2 52 2 --........... 124* "..... *"". JE D * *-... .13 NE NW 15 28 24 .... do.....-...do.--... 1946 74H 34 541 2 op reducing .75 123.08 23,49 5-2654 C L * r .. ....... bushin tin 23.82 5.26-54 3-inoh couplini /-14 NE SB 10 28 24 H. E. Vachon Howard r. Godwin 1957 98 4 45 2 lop 4.-nch 1.0 ..18.32 3457 35 D ........... a' , asin

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Tlibl. 1. C-ntinued Ili iT i l ITI is11 1-171" 101 M 461 11 lp ( 11 A Iit l -1i 7~ 4 -1 ~ tlaITia) 111Ti T 10 all t el asii « 7ii T -its 803-153-15 IN NW 15 28 24 E. A. Esposito Southern Pipe 1954 260M 4 661 2,3 Top 4-inch 0,70 123,20 23.51 6-15-54 T E *** D, -and Supply casing 21.60 6-18-54 Ir .16 NWISE'10 2824 C. E. Baader C. E. Baader 1944 52 *1i 20 2 Top k-inch .30 123.57 8.42 6-18-54 N -. D ---------Abn; WL 7.93, casing 8.40 .76-54 7-19-54 17 NW S 10 28 24 Fanny Jordan Roy Wilt 1954 477 2 30 4? ----.-----------. ..... ..... ....... p ..*--D * .......-18 NWiNE;15 28 24 T. A. Rivers T. A. Rivers 1946 50M 2 45 2 Top 2-inch 1.60 122.94 19.22 9-29-54 C E D ------Scoupling 21.67 10-27-54 -19 NW NE 15 28 24. .*-do.----Howard E. Godwin 1948 170 4 60 2,3 Top 4-inch .70 127,31 23.39 9-29-34 N --Ir ----.---.. coupling '23,80 10-11-54 -20 NW NE:15 28 246 -d---do--... -do.1954 125, 3 59 2,3 Top 3-inch ..20 -.19.20 9-28-54 J E 28M D casing -21 N NE 15 28'24 Ethel Combee ----------...1908 27M 1I ---I Top Ik-inch .60 .--Dry 9-29-54 N ---D, ---.. casing Dry 10-27-54 Ir -22 .NE NE,15 28 24 .---. do---.Van Duyne, Inc. ---100H 2 49M 2 Top 2-inch .50 --11,56 11-29-54 CL ..--.r ---G casing 16.12 6-23-55 I -23 INE;NE 15 28 24 ----. do-... Coward Godwin 1954 125 3 47 2,3 --------------..... .... .. JE ---.. D .... ... *--24 NW!NE 15 28 24 Howard Roberts ------do.... 1954 191 3 163 2,3 Top 3-inch 1,0 124.24 22.51 106-54 5 -D ---W-3425 ICuttingo l iullctcasing d by iutihor -25 INW NE15 28 24 .-do.----. Roy Wilt -.-2 ----op 2-inch .50 ----20.76 105-54 F0E ---Do ... -...... coupling -26 ;NW SE 10 28 24 Cecil Combee Lewis Bailey 1938 19M lk ---2? Top 1k-inch .70 127,03 16.11 10-27-54 C ED ... .--Abn; WL 10,32, 7 , casing Dry 5-17-55 11-16-59 -27 NW SE 10 26 24 ..--do-.--Cecil Combee 1942 28M 2 35 27 Top 2-inch Flush 123.89 16.31 10-27-541P. ... Ir ........ casing 23.14 5-17-55 -28 W S 128 2 --do---Howard E. Godwin 1954 127M 3 53 2,3 Top 3-inch 1.0 127.46 23.11 11-10-54 JE * D *... W-3424 casing -29 W SE102824 d--d-------do-.1954 154M 4 60 2,3 orp b-inch .80122.59 18.59 11-16-54 CL 65M Ir 74 .----cover plate on 18.92 12-22-54 casing -30 NW SE 10 28 24 A, C, Rogers .--.. do.... 1954 382H 2 348 2,3 Top 3-inch .70 --19.39 11-17-54 JE --D -...---... Di. cauing -31 NW SE 10 28 24 -----do ...-A, C. Rogers 1953 48M 1t 45M 2 Top l-inch .70 126.02 23,90 3-14-55 J E -.D 75 ---Abn Soupling 23.69 48-55 -32 SE SE 10 2824 R M. Walker T. A. Rivers 1946 48M 1 38H 2 Top ll-inch 1,50 ---1. 21.44 44-55 C 8 .---. D .. Ssning -33 NE NE 15 28 24 L. J. Weaver Howard I. Godwin 954 218 3 88 2,3 -......----........I .... ---... ----J .... 0 75.5

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Table |. CuaBl;Siw ll 03I,30 NI is 6 V. , W»vor Iitrl klond .-lv Iitr," * pu t *** ) Tl ,(, ,h Pi90 111 4 J I *P R *0 ,T pr..,y Abn *3 W W ( 10 51 34 A 0. l, lur Howrd 5. God lv n l 8» 00 J ;37 3 goof.".-r ,,»r ,. ,,ri , , ...r , V ,I. U ,,VV V ,,.,r ,L36 o 5 P IS Nl i 4 I , Thomplson le. oHerfn1 554 W !M I 4N Top 'lamh 01,17 Ir, 17.6,4 I, 4l i I 15 p !,51 ,. 4 Lnl, .V7 NI N5 0 I8 14 J, V, Combos oowr4 S, Godtn 1511 415 3 5 It, Top V'0 leh 1,0 1 M,18 5, 1 ».7.14 .j ** X .I vw., 4 *al*$f M,4) S* 714 ,)1 WS N1 ( 5101 35 , 134 .,4*. do. ,,,,.do,,--. 1905 101 4 ,, 811, TOP 4tnoh 1.t0 -434,43 1,1441M C 4 *,-, Ifr ... ,..... )3 lo nl 138,14 1 i 7.I *39 NW N i 3l8lll4 ......... .*.. ....... .... 4714 t 401 It, Top pillhor .10 .,,** I6,96 3r 455 l .. **. .. **. .... 4 pump valve .40 IUI 1 0 i8 24 Polk County Howard ., Oa'wvln l55l 6lH 1 48 3 Top 2S1nch ,50 ..... 37.07 3I.1I55 J I M pH 5 .. .. -41 I NLo 10 351 4 J. C. CoobeM ...do..... -li6 149H 3 58 2,3 Top 3.Lnch 1.14 ** 23,.3 6.1 .*5 NH .... D ***...... coupling O 8031541 5OW 8 3 28 24 W. H. Johnson W. H. Johnson 1950 26H 14h ** 1 top pitcher 3,0 144,03 6.09 51261-4 P * ****. D **** *..... Spvup valvp 4,5S (* 7-4 loat .2 I N3 15 28 24 J. W. Reynolds ............... .... 14K 1 5 1 ...... do --... 70 141.94 6.17 5.25-54 P -* -... ... ........... 4,65 67-54 .3 I 0I 9 28 24 Carl I. Richard Carl I. RIchirdA 151 10N I1 10 1 toplylnch .70 138.15 6.87 5.1115 J ... tr .... ...... ascing P -4 SE 53 9 28 24 Mary Farber Eleby 1925 70H 2 411 23 op lk-inch 1.30140.74 7.94 4-19-55 FI .r ... ....... reduclng 9.10 5.8-55) bushing .5 i8 BE 10 28 24L. M Blanchard -......do--. 1930 72 lt 72 2 .............. ............ ...... C 5 D, -... Ir -6 IE NE I1 28 24 1. W. Reynolds J. W. Reynolds 1940 20H 14 20 1 top pitcher 1.8 -4.09 5.25-54 P * .... D, 73.5 -..-pump valve X leat 7 B E 15 26 24 ...... do ............ do ...... 1938 11H14 .... I ....do. 1.6 .... 4.52 5.2554 P ..... D .... ....... .8 NE l 28 24 ......do ...... oward B. Godn 1950 60 3 60 2 .................. ............. ..... r ........ .9 IE SE 10 28 24 alph D. Carter 81eby? 1930 64H 1k 45? 2 lop 1-inch .65 -... '12.91 5-25-54 P .... r ....... unlon .10 E SE 10 28 24 ... do .................... 1930 69H 1k 39M 41, Top lk-nLoh .75 137.68 13.18 5.2554. N * .D .......... Abn 2 casing 13.24 5.28.54

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Table 1. Concinued 111 I) _Ii 1 1 _!1 (12 7 i~ (10) 1n 1III t) I ia)) I"" "I1l iTl iet I n 17i * ' II nl0l l(2 2i 1 i 'TrrIla I 803-154-11 NE / J 16 28 24 C. L, Thornton C. L. Thornton 1950 54 --* '50 2 ----------------. -.-. .....-... E * D .... ,--12 NE NE 16 28 24 I. S. Felts ......----------..... 1950 52M 1k 34M 2 Bottom lip of 1.6 137.67 3,76 105-54 'N.-, ---... 1i-inch tee 4,05 10-12-54 Ir -13 NE NE 9 28 24 E. P. Selph J. P. Whatley 1949 150 3 88 2, .-----------.--...... ........... ..... D --.... 3 -14 NW SW 10 28,24 Kenneth Combos' Kenneth Combee 1944 50 1t 24? 2, ---------------------.---.----JE ---X 76 S4? -15 INW SW110 28 24 --..--do-.----do-----18 4 11M 1k 207 2 Top 2-inch .70 141,44 10.00 11-23-54 0 G -X ------WL, dry hole, casing 10.31 5-18-55 6-27-56 -16 INW SW 10 28 24 -.do--Howard E. Codwin 1954 105 3 67 2,3 Top 3-inch .30 -26.50 11-29-54 J ..-X ---......casing -17 NE NW 15 28 24 H. N. Combae Jess Penlon 1932 40 14 .--. 1 ... .-------.. -------------E ----D 75 ..... -18 NE NW 15 28 24 ---------.----1940 8M 1. ---1 Top pitcher 2.05 128.55 7,19 5-17-55 P ---D 71 .---. WL 3.51, pump valve. Dry 6-27-56 11-16-59 seat -19 NE NW 15 28 24 W. A Jeffries Van Duyna; Inc. 1943 57 2 .--2 --------------.....----..... E , -..... * ZIr -20 NE NW 15 28 24 ..----do--A. I, Williford 1954 70? 3 50 2 ..--.---...---..--.--------....... L -r ....... -22 NE NW 15 28 24 A. L. Combee A. L. Combee 1950 9M 1k 13 17? op pitcher 2.0 --7.85 11-27-54 P ---D 1'4 --Det pump valve seat -23 NE W 15 28 24 -----o----------do---1947 27M lk 20 1, Top 1k-inch 2.20 -8.80 11-27-54 P ----Ir ----4? casing -24 NE NW 15 28 24 --do ---. ----do---1948 12M 1) 12 1 .. .-do----1.0 126.60 6.85 11-27-54C --Ir 77 7.44 47-55 -25 NE NW 15 28 24 W. A. Jeffries A. I. Williford 1954 49M 2 40M 2? Top 2-inch .79 125.50 15.39 11-27-54 N * -Ir 74.5 --casing 16,48 12-22-54 -26 NE W 15 28 24 A. L. Combee --. do--.. 1955 50 2 40 2 -----------------------D ----27 NE S 9 2824 .F, Varndore ..-------.-------1............ ---. -.... ... .----..Ir.... ... -28 SW NE 1628 24 L. B. Hine .--.----1925 121 3 .--. 37 top 3-inch .10149.19 47,63 3-18-55 N --Ir ----.--Abn casing 47.96 5-17-55 -29 SW NE 10 28 24 Adine Combos Aldine Combee 1947 63M Ik1 50M 2 [op lk-inch .50 131.56 21.92 5-20-55 C E D, -... tee 21,24 6-27-56 In, -30 W NW 1028 24 David Deeson Howard E. Godwin 1955 147M 3 57 2,3 cop 3-inch 80 144.24 31,41 56-55 E -D 76,5 ---.. casing 39.55 5-21-55

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Tbli I CM1n((nued 60).114) SW 10 1 1 14 Leole M. Cooper H. , C0d41 19)6 1;M <4 1 1,3 Top 4.lmeh 0.30 1-'. 19,, 4*,0.56 1 * |.r ,1t. , y.,Tv , K; 3,1~, Wi" I.t »e? »6l tlt;»» )33 SW 111 1 ll 1 Leonlrd 1, JBo ... de...O..-. 1997 (13 1 60 1 rTe l , PIP it , 9 o fQ T Ot ,tr? w 133 IS IW 10 10. A oI4 Cowty Q, A. PCnAy 1941 $70 6 I61 1 ...* ........ * 140,11 qqv -,, 15* T 1 5)0 to .'*" V.1100 loard Of rub4« Intirut4lob .34 W II I 3I 14 U,5, Ceololest Vh(lisy Pump 1959 SUM 3 A1N ) Top .ltnh 1.35 13),) P,71 IV 6.9 N q *Vev 0 76 V5444 W cultlMe llLi lurvey end WeI Qo*. S|Ing l,(61 .3|,n ed y tlihor *.)31 II 16 r 34 Cy oral Florida 1960 66 0 36 4 3 o.......... .. 141* ..... ....... 000 .N ....334 .Y d reporled Lakelnd Well prileros e well depIh 0f 610 eest O03I5l6-1 W11 1 l3 24 Cunningham Wiltau s lo 95 "1 4 4 3 II .............. .... .. ..... .„..„ j ....... W. In feet .... Laundry .2 I NE II 28 24 Ferncon Laundry Southern Pipe 1953 345 6 50 ,13 .....*........ .... ... ..... ..n .... ....... and Supply 3 1 IN 18 H3 24 *.** do ................... .... 200 6 .* 2,3 Top seonere lusl 154.48 49.60 6.11.4 TO * * I ......... .Abn CP floor 46.78 76-54 -4 |NI NE 7 28 24 T. Brooks A, .I illiford 1953 3 3 2 1 .............. .. ..... ........ c * Ir ..... ...... * INI HI 7 28 24 F. A. Stack ................ 1950 19 2 14M 1 Top 2tLnch .10136.16 3,61 $3 2.5 5 * .*** Ir .... .......L 6.91, casing 4.59 5-19-55 6-0-56 -6 HE SW 7 28 24C. .Bentley ............... 1953 10 2 42 1,4 ............. .... 145.8 * ........ C **. Ir .... ..... -7 NW 18 28 24 Mrs. Fred ............... 19501 **1 --................ ..... .......... ....... p ..... .... .. Vetherbee -8 E NW 18 28 24 H. 0. Smelts H. .S, lt 1952 32 1 32 1 ..... ... .. ............ ... .....* C ... Ir I*** ...... ... -9 jI N 18 28 24 J. D. Reynolds J. D. Reynolds 1954 28N 2 40 1 top 2-tnch .20 172.74 7.24 3-11-35 P * * .Ir .* .....* 8.63, 6.30 56; couplina 7.71 5-191-55 b~ found) dest, -10 SW NE 18 28 24 .....do... ...... do...... 1954 S3H 2 42N I lop 2-inch JO 172.15 6.99 3-11-55 * .. In .... .Found, dess, reduclng 7.57 5-19-55 Ir 1939 coupling -11 N HN 18 28 24 Florida Highway Howard .Godwin 1955 324H 4 87 2,3 op 4-inch .50146.98 38.50 10-31-55 T 3 715 r -W.3773 Cuttine Patrol aslng 49.06 6-15-56 0 collected by authorl dest 1956 -12 H[ N 18) 28 24 Florida Citrus Barney's Pumop 1956 345 4205 3 ............. ..... ..... ....... ......X ...WgI Closed ystm Comie son Inc. 3 7I1 drainal wll for air-condli,'oning sistem

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Table I. Continued 11) 11 ( 3LI1t I IIT) It e 111) 1{? 1101 n111 ll 111) (1 1141 11) Ins) 1171 ill-I) rii5 I ||r 1 (11111 111 14 its 4 803-156-13 NE 1 18 28 24 Florida Citrus Barney's Pumps 1956 315 6 139 3 -------------..---.... --...---T 200 X ---WSiAir conditionCommission Inc. 710 ing supply W ell -14 NENE 18 28 24 ......do-----Roy Wilt 1956 600 4212 3 Top 4-inch 0.65 37.20 76-56 ----Ir ---Wg3 coupling 805 -15 NE NE 18 28 24 Florida Highway K. Turley and 1956 400 4 111 3 -------------------.... -------T ..... .... .......-Patrol H. E. Godwin -16 ISE NE 18 28 24 Cunningham Barney's Pumps 1956 388 6 158 3 --------------------.....------125 In --W-3875 Concrete floor Laundry Inc. is 152.26 mal 803-157-1 SW SW 6 28 24 City of Florida Water 1953 865 18 203 3 Access hole in 1.0 213.18 116.68 79-56 C 8 2,750 M ---WgiWL pumping, Lakeland Well and Supply pump base 108.72 11-19-59 543 7-9-56 Co. -2 ME SW 12 28 23 W. 0. Bunch Howard .GOodwin 1955 357M 495 2,3 Top 4-inch Flush 212.5 105.5 11-20-59 T E --........ 3 easing Ir -3 NE NW 18 28 24 B. Gunter B. Gunter 1950 40 31 31 1, Top I-inch .30 178.92 5.50 32-55 CL ---In ... ..... 4? coupling 5.95 5-19-55 -4 NE NW 18 28 24 .---.----.... ----------13M. 14 -.1 Top pitcher 2.0 *11.89 33-55 P ... .. ..-.---....Dest, 3-31-55 pump valve seat 803-158-1 SWW 12 28 23 City Products Ohio Well 1921 753 15500 3 Access hole n .25 217.85 120.35 72-56 T ----In --24 Po-9; WL pumpCorp. Drilling Co. 12 pump base 112.75 72-56 ing, 7-2-56; 10 11-19-59, WL 122.81, 11-19-59 -2 SW SW 12 28 23 ------do-------....do-----1924 360 8 ?-2, .--.--. --....... 218.7 .--------T ---n 78 ----Po-10 3 -3 SW NW 12 28 23 City of Gardenhire Bros.1956 790 20 273 3 [op 1.-inch .10231.4 137.13 11-19-59 T E -H --.----.. .L pumping Lakeland access pipe 803-159-1 ME SB 10 28 23 F. E. Gross F. E. Gross 1948 20 3 20 1 -----------------------------L.... 200 r ------2 NE E 10 28 23 .....do..... Smith 1950 107 4o00? 2, --.........-----.... .---. --.-.... JE r ... 3 3? -3 NE SE 10 28 23 ---do...... A. I. Williford 1947 22 lk 22 1 --------------------.----.------. D ----.D -... -4 C* W 11 28 23 .PF, Harper ---------.... 1953 44 2 22 1 --...-----...... .---------E D --* ----**Center -5 SW SW 11 28 23 J. L. Dotson, Howard B.'Godwin 1955 183M 4 100 3 Top 4-inch .50 ..... 61.60 6-30-55 --In ........ Jr. casing 804-134-1 SBE S 2 28 27 W. G. Roe and C. D, Cannon 1959 *.-----3 End 8-inch 7.8 118.1 27.02 12-10-59 T L ---Ir ..... Co. and Sons discharge pipe 804-136-1 NE E 4 28 27 Haines City Bob Hudson 1942 728 12 ..-3 .I-inch access .8 194.0 104,37 11-12-57 T E -I .... ... -Citrus Grower's hole on pump 104.2 128-59 Assn. discharge casting

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l'bl )[ Coun;4pued 104;3642 N 4 I a1 217 Ale Vrreon 0, P. P annon 1941 ..... ....* ** 3 *....... ..... 19,0 ...V ,7i,.r , ..if TV , .g r , ,,i ,,,, end4 Son 804.137.l W NW 4 14 27 Jose el h Whteliy and 196 $49 10 110 ) Acess hole In 0.9 1t6,7 10.10 a. 9i0 TO ***0r ,r9... ...... Ha.t pump bass e04.138l W N 5I 3 8 I7 T, , Ipenoer 1,1.y*Freemen 1946 20 1 J36 3 ) virorr l.. 30,7 1 "'" "''-.. .. I D1 .... Wrl7 .1 3 W SW i l8 27 pretedig point ladler-Taylor 1959 535 4or 1 3 .. (}1«-e....330 f*o ,gy ...... v .pl w.*a33 lubdluvlN on Co, 6 04.1404 IH N$W N 1 6 Dlotorgto Fruit Robert Hudson 1141 519 8. 3161 3 Access hole. n .6 lil,03 26,07 10Q 351 7 T 150 In, ..*. W,6(4 Fruit Corp. I pump ba*** 1,11? l 359 ps 804.141l NI N II 0 26 Minute HMad .*.........'. 1932 .... 6 ...d 3? .....do 1.... 64,8 65L,0 to. 3. TI *.... D .... ...... Corp, 43.40 11-30o-5 604-143.1 NW 5i 28 16 Josephine Kenneth Turley 197 152 3 43 2 .***.......... .... 133a .. ........ Jo 50 D, ..**** .4412 Rubines I 804147.1 W W 11t 8 25 City of 1 , Perry 1933 490 10 136 ............. 14073 ...... .7.... ..... * ... 76 ...... o.l14 Auburndals .2 W OW 1 l 25...... .do ........... do...... 1926 155 12i 81 3 Top 12-.Inh .4 140.73 16,65 10-14,54 N H 76 Vl Ab, , Poo) setln 3$2.00 6-25.56 64 -3 NW NW 11 28 25 Odell Cannon Howard 6. Godwin 19l5 2841 4 100 3 lop 4-inah .9 .*.* 50.25 6s. -1 I55 Ir ** ......... casing 43.56 6-43-55 804-149.1 SW II 5 2 285 Hulds LXborl Layton-Turner 1949 160 2 95 3 .-. .. -............ .... .... .... .. ..... 1 ... ...... .2 HW NW 4 28 2, M. .0enn K. I. Olson 1936 102 lk 45 2 .............. ...... ..... ........ Q .... ..6-........ upplies seven homes *3 NW 8W 4 28 25 ....do..--...do.-1954 30 1 18 1 -..... ..... .... .. -....... -L -Ir ........... Two identieal Vwell, 1 fees aparts connected to one pump .W 4 4 28 2 ......do ...... .....do...... 1939 37 20 10 1 op 2k-lnoh 1.0 153.25 6.84 5-23-5 C 0 --* r .-...... Two identical coupling 7.95 8.31-5 w lls, 6 Lest apirt, connected to one pumpI wter level In southernmost well onlyl WL 13.08, 8-25-56 -5 NW 8W 4 28 25 ..---. do.'eo. Koran 1953 100 3 65 2 Aoaess hole in 1.00153.0 11.78 12. 7-54 J -. D -.... ....... Deapend to 150 nitary seal 11.88 12-21-54 eetci lo00*oot eoainlg n:April 19561 wvll now open to Floridan oqufIer

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Table 1, Continued 1) (5) I 1' ' T) i i_ lL (1101) () III' ( 1 11 ie' -If le ) 111 ' iri (is isII -isp e1t s1111 (RI M ) 804-149-6 N9 SBE 28 25 Lee Boewell C. D, Cannon 1945 '600! 10 ---3 .;cces hole in 0.72 145.59 24.80 12-17-54 TB -......... and Sons pump base 27.50 22-55 -7 N 5 28 25 ......do-......-do..1945 600? 10 --. 3 .---........ --. -..... ....... ..... Ir .... ..... -8 8 NW 4 28 25 Lee J, Pearson 0. A. Daneby 1959 -10 -.. 3 Access hole in '.6 162.5 38.29 6-25-6 TL ... I .......... pump bas 33.67 11-23.59 -9 SW SE 52 28 5 Hulda berle .................-43M 1 .... 1 Top pitcher 1.60142,67 11.09 5-23-.55 P -X ......... pump valv , 13,46 6-25-56 seat 804-150-1 N SW 5 28 25 W. M. Groom Van Duyne, Inc. 1952 82 2 58 2 Top 2-inch Flush 127,79 6.31 5-23-55 C0 -D ..-... casing 7.60 6-25-56 804-151-1 NW W 7 28 25 J.. RDix J. R. Dix 1940 80 It 40 2 .............. -------....... ..... ......... Ir -2 NW NW 7 28 25---do--......... do 1942 25M 11 ---1 Top l1-inch 2.35125.75 11,97 123-54 -D -......... Abn coupling .13,66 12-21-54 -3 SW BE 6 28 25 L. D. Fusell Herman Fussell 1949 4,% 2 34 2 Top lk-inch 1,20 126.43 6.74 5-23-55 CE .-. D -.... tee (.25 6-25-56 -4 N NW 7 28 25 Richard Gray ---...---.. --. 1944 45 1 ---1 -----------..... .... .. .CL ....Ir ---. U1 -5 E NW 7 28 25 -... do--.. FlixJuasell 1939 30 1l 25 17 ----...-----.. --.. ..... --CL -r -.---... -6 NW NE 6 28 25 J. M. Guy Perry Bros. 1924 373M 6 40 2,3 Top 6-inch .90 129.04 15.90 3-16-55 N ..* -r .-,0G coupling 15.44 47-55 -7 NW N 6 28 25 ---do-------do--1921 107M 3 100 2 Top 3-inch .50128.95 10.30 3-15-55 N ----I ...--coupling 9.82 47-55 -8 SE SW 6 28 25 W. W. W lson ..----. .--1918 32 1% -1 ----------------124.66 -.---.-CE -D ---9 NW NE 6 28 25 U.S. Geological Stewart and 1955 10M 1k 10 1 Top 1k-inch 2.20 133.8 4.85 8-1255 N ---0 78 ----fDest, 6-3-57 Survey Mills casing 5.09 8-16-55 804-152-1 SE SW 1 28 24 d---d----.. do--... 1955 11M 1l 11 1 .. .-do .-1.50 118.0 6.15 8-31-55 N -0 ....... 5.25 9-23-55 -2 SE SW 1 28 24 --do----Howard E. Godwi 1955 59M 3 45 2 Top 3-inch 2.50 118.0 14.29 12-20-55 N -29M 0 74.5 1-3767 Cuttings casing 14.43 1-28-56 0 collected by author 804-153-1 8 SW 2 28 24-do----. Stewart and 1955 11M 1H 11 1 Top 1k-inch 1.30 109.72 9.46 8-15-55 N ---. .-Mills casing 7.63 8-16-55 -2 S 8 3 28 24 E. A. Price ---......------. .45M Ik -47 --do--.3 128.70 7.65 5-24-54 C 8 ----D ..---... Abn 1955; 7,80 5-28-54 Ir plugged 1959 -3 88 S 3 28 24 Guy Combee ....-----..------. 1 -17 ------------------....... ..... D .... ..... -4 8E SW 2 28 24 U.S. Geological Howard E. Godwin 1955 59M 3 39 2 Top 3-inch 2.55 109.77 10.11 12-21-55 N 24 0 74.5W-3770 Cuttings Survey casing 10.43 1-28-54 G collected by author

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4),| I. C,o2loci d i 4U U I ul j)IIl 11. r1 I.__ R -1 1 lol 10 -A f J^ JL u^ Jo 'iil 1 i iil "1 ~ " 1 T r i--ono -iTOv rir --*)ir i ,e .i *.r te -Tfl1 * .. 04.1M11. 1 C* 1 3114 .. , 1 I10 C 10 -.. I i*ia I..N... ".. .1 pry .$. 0 N .... *--*b' " ,'I * Abli »eRIf"r 41 * 11 3 3 1 4 r,..o.d ... 4, .. trlin 19* 0 40?' ..... .$.a.il t...i..... .. ..J .I .to ....... .*,... o.7 1 4 30 8 24 I. A rip .*..*..'.... Wo5 8I UN 14 30 1 top 3t.Osh Ues 1,0 3t,43 9.34 5*N354 * ***-1 If .** g. IV Wi 11 34 LII ten Vlti.r Irf....*..*.*.'. 137 WI * 47 P Top pither 3.00 .o.. 30,70 103P*354 p * "*** 0 .... ....... Abk pump vlve ness .9 W 91 3314 II 1. Sadalsas ......... ..I op i 1) I .... .. ...... .....op Dry 3* 4*I * ***** *** **** ** .10 lV lls 3 11 34 Aro ..'*.... o....... 5*** 22N 24* 3t I Top l34*.lh 1,6C ..... Dry 3P* 45$ C I **;r -.*..*..... 6 oiSots nM. Church csLing 10.62 4. *5)5 Is 1954; plugged p In1 191 WL 10.03, S-17-55 *2 SIV W 3 20 24 Gordon Rowill ........... 1949 $IM 14. I 1 p of 1-inch 1.17 138.73 4,0 3-.26.54 1 * -.... Ir 74 *11 2.00 67-54 -3 W MW1 32 26 24 ......do... .-..**....." 1949 1N It JOR 10 , Top lt-inch Flush 136.96 3,60 1.26.54 N .-** Ir .... .... 4 easIln| 1.79 i6 7-54 .4 NHi 9 28 24 V. W. Dsson Rovewd .Godwin 1953 126 4 78 3 Top 4-Inch .38 133,89 17.82 61-54 J1 -..0, 71.5. *. easing 23.39 6-18-54 Ir .5 IW iW 3 28 24 ,. .Miller ......do.... 1953 83 2 68 2 .............. .... .. ... .. ... .. ....... .D * ....... -6 N II E 9 28 24 W. M. Wollsa 1l P. slph 1914 65 14 l.2? .-....... ....1 ...I... .. ........ I I ..... D .......... -7 M2 N1 9 28 24 J. D. Levi Van Duyn, Inc, 1952 60? 2 *... 2 *-.............. * -..... ... ... -J * .. ..0 .. -8 NIN 9 28 24 J. A. Wtily loy Wilt 1954 91 3 41 2 -.......-....... ....... ........ .. D C .......... -9 SW 3 3 28 24 .03. Smih 1.......-....1936 12M 1Ik -.. I Top pitcher. 1.40134.36 8.08 105-54 P .-.D ....... puop volv 9.01 10.27-54 seat .10 SW 89 3 28 24 ,. .do. ...d ....e ....... ...... 1949 50 2 30 2? --....... ...... ... * * ... ...... C ..... .... ...... -11 WN SW 3 28 24 .A. Wilson Hoard l. Godlwn 1953 168 3 68 2 -.................. .. .. .. -.. ..J....E .... ....... 3? -12 St Sl 3 28 24 ......do ..-.. F. V., Fluel 1952 60 1k 32 2 -..-........ .... .... ....... .... ...I D ............ -13 l81ta 4 28 24 8 0. Combes .............. .... 21M l 12H 1 op of pitcher 4.00 149.24 8.5S 3-15 5 * --D * ....... .-11.95, -ump valve 8.53 5.19.35 6-2656 "a-t

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Table 1. Continued 111 21T fll t '$) 1)_14 16 1 ~7 (sI ('lia (1 i filT 1141 (is) 11i 1777) fil 5 I I0 Iail IIaPI) it 11e *) tos) 804-154-14 SE SE 4 28 24 S. G. Combee Howard E. Godwin 1949 .120 4 56 2, -----------------------------E ----D, ---------Supplies three 3? X homes and dairy -15 NE NE 9 28 24 John D. Lewis --..-----..--. .... -31M l 31M 1 Top It-inch 0.65136.73 12.96 5-18-55 P--D -...... coupling 13.41 6-28-56 -16 SW SW 3 28 24 U.S. Guological Stewart and 1903 11M 3 15 1 Top 3-inch 4.10 148.30 8.01 8-19-55 N -*-0 .... Survey Hills cAsIng 6.35 8-31-55 -17 SW SW 3 28 24 -----do-----Howard E.Godwin 1955 77M 4 52 2 top 4-inch 2.40148.15 12.48 128-55 ----0 78.5 W-3764 Cuttings casing 9.40 12-15-55 G collected by i author 804-155-1 SW E 5 28 24 Coronet ....--...-------1914 27M l -.-1 Fop 1-inch L.1 ----6.21 61-54 P --D ----Phosphate Co. rubber hose 5.73 6-18-54 804-156-1 NW E 7 28 24 -----------.------------i--2 -1 Top pitcher 3.0 154.98 4.94 31-55 P -D ---------Abn; W dry pump valve seat 6.20 5-19-55 hole, 6-30-56 -2 NE NW 7 28 24 W. P. Carey Eidsen 1949 20? 2 12 1 Top 2-inch .30 166.09 6.23 33-55 CE --Ir ---------WL 5.18, casing 4.27 34-55 3-19-55 804-157-1 SWSW 628 24 L. W. Higgs ....------941 ---14 ---I ----------------. -----. .... .------.P .. 804-158-1 SE NE 228 23 Frank Lyons A. Williford 1955 187 3 151 3 -------------------..... ------JE , . x -2 NE NW 1 28 23 Albert Kilmon Roy Wilt 1957 306 6 172 3 Access hole in 1.63 184.52 70.66 9-18-57 T E 65 s ----W-4267 sanitary seal 71.77 114-59 -3 NW NE 2 28 23 See remarks M. R. Vaughn ------. 12 ---3 .---------------------------TE ----r ----------United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America -4 NE NE 2 28 23 ..-do--....-----------1952 360 4 160 3 ----------------------------.. -JE ---. D ---------Do 804-159-1 NW SW 2 28 23 P. E. Snyder Frank May 1944 788 12 212 3 Gage hole on .60 226.5 124.89 75-56 TL -Ir ----------pump discharge 117.04 11-19-59 -2 SW NE 3 28 23 B. T. Smith A. H. Marquardt 1950 690 16 177 3 Access hole in 1.3 183.6 79.80 115-59 T E 3,200 In -.----Air line 127 Concentrates, pump base feet Inc. -3 SWNE 3 28 23 ......do----------do-----1949 671 12 100 3 -----------------------.----.-----. In .------4 SW NB 3 28 23 -----do---------d---d... 1948 264 6 100 3 ------------------------------TE --In . 804-200-1 SW SE 4 28 23 .. E. De Groat Howard .Godwin 1956 136M 3 88 3 op 3-inch 1.50 156.5 55.0 2-6-56 J ----D 75.7 W-3838 casing -2 SW SW 4 28 23 P. A. Smith E. E. Sherouse 1958 160 4, 113 3 Top 4-inch .4 153.6 42.81 11-20-59 T --Ir, ---------3 casing X

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TobI, 1. C.on&nued --.... I It fJi i ) ....... 5... ...... 1. -' ' .....i. .'I ."!T'.i f' nn_ -3 "i-f-Tir IT .... .if' r, iTr -IT-r i, 'i...l004-101r NW i 4 ;sI 3W. , It ur loy Wilt 191; 39 3 39 I r..,r....,V ..,, , .. ..,.. -v.·IC )I3 Ir ... *... .„* 04.30391l NJ NW 1 8 ) J, I, Slrplen A. H, Ndrquardt 1946 |l 3 901 ~,,.. .,,.,r.. * ..-, .,, .3 ,,.,,,,,, .,,,, l3 I NS 6 ;1 13 V. 1l Holbrok Qlo, MHorn 1947 111 4 it 3 ....... " ".... -. ....," "'' S, ,V, WI. 10ol ,3 OW N 6 ,i 1133 .,do...*.. A. H, Norqua rS l9 I I 1) 3i ..*.. i , ..... .... „ ..3 ,, .... . 105-1335. IV NJ 34 37 317 V 0. os and Norrill and 1956 154 13' 111 3 Ind aInl h 1,9 134.7 34,69 13.105i9 T L I** Ir to o. ... Co, lona 10 dsleharge pipe 10s13)61 II 3i 77 7 Wrrnn |ros, Disk Dunhas 1)95 490 10 300 3 .*..*.-**... I.. .,. 1.,,,, L 1,000r l .*fv.. . -3 MW CI34 17 ? L N, N, MaTer , A. and Geo. 1937 1.00 61 l,050. 3 s*o.59 *l N.... ( ..., .-..* Abnl cappedl PDnby .»sand burrlIed driller ro. ports only sind eneounitred so 1.050 Ieot .3 W N 33 27 27. A. K. HNmo1n ............. O7 .... 10 .... 3 Ind 8-nlch 2,7 195.0 88.05 128-59 T ,O .Ir .... ..... dischrrge pipe -4 1 NI 33 27 27 A. t .Callahan 0. 0. Cannon 1957 657 10. 176 3 ......do .... 2. 01.8 97,88 12. .59 L -.... tr .......... 00ad sone 8 -5 Is W 3 37 27 L. Camron ......do ..1957 666 12 253 3 ..... do .... 3.0 ... 97,93 12 8-59 T ..... Ir .. ....... -6 W W 34 27 27 L. H. oTeer Dick Dunham 1960 282 4 115 2,3 ................. 90 -... .........T .... .... 0 * 1053 805-137-1 W MW 33 27 27 0. D, Bryan Whaley and 1957 335 3 188 3 .................................... ...... ...... Hall 2 IVW 32 27 27 City of Barney's Pumps 1957 575 8I 444 3 --............. ........ ...........T 900 .... --433 Concrte floor aines City Inc. 6 184.10 nil 805.143.1 NM 8E 32 27 26 Frank P. A. H. Marquardt 1938 559 8 123 3 Acess hole in .50 179.86 53.59 927-57 I 400 Ir .... -457 Coodman pump base 52.89 11 3-59 -2 N NE 32 27 26 Kudar Citrue H. D. ay 1939 650 8 601 3 ................. 156,3 ..... ....... ...... I 3 -, Orins elnl ulp Co filled and deotroyad prior to 9-27.57 .3 SV M 32 27 26 City of A. H. Marquardt 1935 50. 12 120 3 ................. 179,40 --.......T.. .. ..... M .. W-342 Like Alfred .4 NW 31 7 216 ..d-.....o C. A. Dangby 1945 555 12 283 3 ................. 170,81 43 3. .45 T ..... -W.9h1 Contaminated, condemned, abn prior 10/1/57 805-144-1 SW 32 27 26 .*--do.-J. B. Whatly 1924 157 10 74 3 Access hole in 1.0 151.0 21.93 9-27-57 T E 500 N 77 giLt Po-1l pump baeo 21.29 113-1 426 , , , 1., .

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Table 1. Continued Il) I1) 1III 14) I ) sl 171 ,,S tIl t, ol till I I II l l () i Il liS 11 11 tt1 .ti nj t. ll i st ii -st.l te s) 805-14-151 SW W 31 27 26 Adams Grove Inc.C. A. Dansby 1948 -458 8 ---3 Access hole in 0.75 154.2 24.40 78-58 T E -.. D, .... ...... pump bale 22.73 113-59 Ir 405-146-1 NE SE 35 27 25 Y. Popovich Gao. HMran 1955 450 6 , 100 3 ..----..-----.... ---..... ....... T L r --Ir .---2 IW SE 35 27 23 ..* do------....-d---do--1950 130M 4 90 3 Top of 4-inch Flush **-. .19.44 104-55 N ---Ir *... 0 Abn all -3 SW BE 35 27 25 J. S.Bolonder C. A. Daneby ---500 8 ---3 ......-...... ........... ......--.... Ir ----------4 NE sE 35 27 25 Adams Groves, ......do-----1941 550 12 83 3 Access hole in Flush 158.9 39.16 6-27-56 T L 900 Ir .... ...... Inc. pump base 34.89 11-30-59 805-147-1 NE SE 34 27 25 City of -----.do.... 1952 539 12 206 3 Top 3/4-inch 1.10 158.5 211.73 10-14-54 TIE H --W-2647 iL 29.18, Aubu:ndale nipple in 33.93 6-25-56 11-23-59 access hole -2 NE SW 35 27 23 J. S. Bolsndi: ..... do.u--..... 500? 8 ..-3 ..--------........... ....... ........ T E Ir .... -3 NE NW 35 27 25 Adams Packing ..-...do-----1949 502 12 160 3 ................. 155 -----------T... L 2,500. Ir ...-* -Co. 805-148-1 NE SW 3 27 25 Lee J. Pearson Turner 1950 128? 2 ---3? ------... -----.. ---...j E ...-D ........ --2 NE NE 4 28 25 Marden ManufacC. A. Dansby 1946 289 6 90 3 ..-...---..-..... --------TE .... In .----. .... turing Co, 805-149-1 SE SE 32 27 25 Chas. Stewart Geo. Moran 19451 107 2 .*.2, .........--..... .. ----.. ... ... ..... D, .... 3? x -2 SE SW 28 27 25 I'. C. Fulton Barnny's Pumps 1957 585 10 97 3 End -inch 1.00. 159.15 32.73 9-26-57 T L 2,300 Ir --W-4188 Inc. water line in 32.34 114-59 pump base -3 I HE E32 27 25 Adams Groves, C. D. Cannon 1957 586 12136 3 Access hole in 1.50 163.7 38.05 78-58 T ---Ir --------Inc. and Sons 10 pump base 36.64 114-59 -4 NE SW 32 27 25 J. Everett Geo, Moran 1943 92 2 70 2 ------------------. -.....---. JE ..... D ..... Allen' 805-150-1 NW NE 31 27 25 U.S. Geological Stewart and 1955 5M 1k 5 1 Top It-inch 2.30 124.3 2.52 8-12-55 N -2 0 * *....... Survy HUlla casing 2.11 8-16-55 805-151-1 NW NW 31 27 25 Polk County --........... 1923 752 -.* *--3 .--..--------.. ..... 123.82 -.---* .--. X -W-40 Oil test well; Oil Co. abno deat 805-153-1 NW NE 34 27 24 U.S. Geological Stewart and 1955 19 1 16 1 Top lk-inch 3.2 133.3 13.94 8-17-55 N---** ... ..... Survey Mills casing 15.40 91-55 -2 NE N 34 27 24 .... -do ..... Howard E.Godwin 1956 72M 3 45 2, Top 3-inch 2.85 131.46 14.76 2-13-56 N -,0 73.7 1-3841 Cuttings 3 casing 14.28 2-29-56 E collected by author -3 SW Co 26 27 24 Cornet Roy Wilt 1956 125 691? ...----------------.--. ..-------.100 In .. .-.-Phosphate Co. 4

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03-~llJ-4 IV Ca r6 I 14 Co:rneoi H44r Will Co. 16 1,194 30 101 3 Top aot .lnh 3.»171 32.3 .0 7.14 .S 1 T I 5,0004 In *.. W.4010 Air ln 710 Phaoophak Coa 405 lu s 4.6(1 |3.)015 loFs (015,54-1 IN NW 33 14***.*.d -'. * **.... W ......* * 7N TI *6..h Top tt3.4h .,1 3?.1 4,97 I~454 .19 ? ..., v, ...... .. Ab oH 4,09 4*-1854 -* ME N 3l3 7 34 sIIte r N44trnr nv * ...* .** 94 9?7 3 60 1 Top reduonl .60 437.139 5.10 3,314.54 *"Vo 0., .. .,, 6ouplIt| 7,94 I0t.ll 43 n 33 7 34 *****...1.. ...*. ..,..... l946 33N 3 "*** $. Top p(ihoy 4,90 13,7.51 I,03 3.4.44 ...... .0 *. ,**.,WL 9.73, 31 puep volve 1.01 S.L9.0S .3.9554 -4 IWW 3I 4 3I 34 II, V. 0trLms ld.a1141Lg 1950 30 f1** .I .".. ."*.... p... .... ..V.. .."0. p f ... D .... .5 SIU W 34 27 34 ****.d..o.... 9....... ION 14 14M 1 Top Ik.lnah .50 * 4,431 5.2.54 CL .... *r .... ....... WL 6.30, allang 4,9i 4.30.55 6.28.56 .6 IIW IS 34 27 24I eooi Cocslna Ovwnr's on 1944 35M1 lk 3 N 1 Top pigehor L.70 13 .14 4.4 3-13.355 p .. ... 0D .. ... t, 7.50, pump vaovo 5.54 $-L9.S5 .4-25.5 seat .7 IW I 34 27 24 D. N, llnes 0, N. Iltnel ls95 24 2 12 '1 .....*...... .. .... .... ........ C L ..Ir .... ....... 5I aI NW34 27 34 ConfidenLstil Joy NHf. and 1959 1,4669 4 50 3 Top 4-Lneh .5 130. 15.75 l .-7.-59 N ...... X I .* ,0 SDlling Co. souping 8 05.155.1 I 11 32 27 24 .S1 .OGolosgio l Stevawr and 1955 8N 3 11 1 rop 3-Lneh 4,5 1341,8 3.01 8-15-55 N ... *** 0 .... ....... Survey MNllI Basitn 3.11 5-16.35 .2 S11 32 27 24 .... do ...... ward i. Godwin 1955 8 3 Top 4-Inah 3 65 134 34 23.36 2-27-36 -1m7 0 74 W-3766 Cuttingl ealing 20.10 3-. 156 3 c, eolteelid by author -3 11 S1 32 7 24 ......d..d ....... do ...... 1955 72M 4 62 2 ......do ..... 2.20 135.02 16,0 112-27-5S5 .* *.. 0 74.5 w-3765 Do 17.0' 1-13-34 a,0 805-156.1 T IS 31 27 24.... do ..... Stewart and 1953 IN 1 I 11 1 Top it-Inch .85 136.1 8.20 3.o0.55 N ... *0 ....H ...... MLIlt c0otng 6.08 8-15-35 -2 N 3 31 27 24 7.3. 0Gol0osicl Howard L.Godwin 1955 825 3 40 2 Top 3-Inch 2.85 136,05 16.13 12.27.5 N5 ....0 73 V-W376 Cuttings S'rvey aolint 16.17 13-5 0 eolloeced by author 80.157-1 W IW 30 27 240. C. Rhoada, COcll Artue 1954 10K 2 42 3 Top 2-.lnch .*0 ..34.91 62.54 J .... D .... ..... Jr. easinl 33.56 1-.1-54 -2 SI SW 3027 24 Curran Smith .............. 193 30 It ..*. .............. .*...... .j ..... ... ....... Ir .3 P3 SW 30 27 24 oGe. T. Case W~t1alln 1950 178 4 45 2?, Top 1.-nch 1.0 149.22 32.18 62.54 J r -........... 3 angle-tron on 30.53 6-18-54 top o aolng .4 n SW 30 27 24...... do ..-... ........ 1941 30 1 ---. I Top, lk-Lnch .67 148.99 9.03 62-54 C ..... --. easng n 6.55 6.18-54

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Table 1.-Continued il I 7SI 13 Li (_ 911 12 (iS 1i6 a ITTll (If$ 0 -lrrr"l¶ w ) ~1 a18 IlTl) 1i7 ir iits IRA 805-157-5 ml 30 27 24 GSo. T. Ce --......--... 1938 M 14 --1 tlop I-nch ..---Dry 6-'2-54 N * ---X -----Ab casing -6 M S1 30 27 24 --..... " .... ..---.-.... 30 It I......--................ ....... * * D --.Do -7 S1 SW 31 27 24 P. DeNille Ccll Argue 1954 154 4 114 3 .---.. ---.. ........... ----....... CI --X .. -8 81 I 31 27 24 J. .Roberlta CTrdashire Bro 1949 2i 6 134 3 .----...-.--. ---..... I .... -Wat 468 -9 9 SW 31 27 24 --d.o-. -Donard 1948 98 2 -. 27 --...---.---.----. .. .... ..... 3 ----10 I IV 31 27 24 S.u rlsno Rv ward E. Oodwn 1930 178 4 100 3 --............ .......... ....... .... ....... Ir *11 IV W 31 27 24 Paul D. Jet .....-----...... 1920 13 4 .-* 3............. .. ..... .J -.... D, ... -12 W nW 31 27 24 V, C. osrllI .............. .... 14H 14 1 Top pitcher 2.07 119,73 7.00 5-19-5 .1 --. D ----pump valve 8.98 6-30-56 *-13 SW WV 1 27 24 .Y. idseon Ceclt Argue 1955 251 2 15 1 op 2-Inch .80 157.09 9.97 33-551 .... .... .. -Scut 11.13 519--55 S-14 tW W 31 27 24 fred Chilsa., Koran 1910 400 4 130 3 -----.---.... ..... ............ j -.. .. treak -*1 IW I 25 27 23 ea remarks W. ,. Vougha 1939 550 12 67 2,3 ---.......--. -1818 .....----...... T --.... W44 United Brotherhood of Carpenerl and Joeners of Ameriea -*6 BW sV 25 27 23 -d--do-d -...... d -1928 4308 8 117 2,3 Fdur house flush 164,5 52.74 6-30-55 N * -I .... I Abn, eondimmed floor 49.40 12-23-55 bstwoi n 7/54 and 6/53 -17 W W 31 27 24 .A, atnrll Baiuan Sloen 1956 145 4 134 3 --............. .-----..-..... I 18 D ---Wg1054 865-158-1 MI IS 35 27 23 Se rumarks M. 1. Vaughn 1939 708 12 -3 acess hole in 1.7 220.09 113.16 75-56 I -* Ir .**. W-459 United Brotherside of pwmp 108.49 111-59 hood of base Carpoeners mnd Joiners of America -2 N 1 35 2723 ...... do... .---...---. 1925 4001 6 -* 3 -................. ..... -..... .......J D ---upplies 14 heuses 605-159-1 W IIN 14 27 23 Polk County Barney's Fumps 1954 261 6 203 3 Air linl gg L1.0 205.66 98.50 6-30-15 1 S 1251 1 --. W-3311 Air Itin eard of Public Inc. (Sloan) 100.0 7. 5-56 128 feet oInstrction -2 S .E 14 27 23 ---de---Southern Pipe 1950 45 3 -1----. --...-.. ...... -. J -------...Abn and Supply

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Ta|e 1. C0tinuWed 0.1(9? 3 INL NW 34 27 23 ., ouWraten ow4rd S. GodwLn 1i5 144 4 73 3 Top 4-loch *0.90160,0 13.75 4*36 156 ****r 0 **** ***** L 49.30 -40tn" i6,04 I* 3116 0tl%-59 -4 i SW 3 37 2J F. 8l, unch oo, Damby 1949 975 10 14 3 Top pump 4.1 117,9 1L3,74 11 5*59 T L. ***** r *V-** WI colual inside 1055 of discharg| 5 IVSIW 34 17 23 IStockon Mlasey --. , .. .. ....* 0 ..* ** 3 ---. ---.... .. ... .... .. ..... .7. .... i ....... *6 'NS NW 34 17 313 lmer F t Howard E. Godwin 195 140 4 67 3 **..*........ ... .... .,.,,-, J ..,. ,, .. ...... 806-131-1 N NW 219 7 28 Nin IBokes Cecil Whatley 1935 188 3 140 3 op 3-inch 1,3 70,0 , 8.8.56 C .... 70 ....... dross -2 9 SW 20 27 28 V. 0, Iassmore Whatley an4 Hall 1958 368 2 210 3 .............. .... ..... ... .... C **, 76,5 -3 8I SI 20 27 2 am Carver John Carr 1958 245 2 153 3 Ind lI-inch nIpple .90 70.5 5.81 929-58 C *** D 1.... Wt. A 1056 I 6.70 12. 6-59 A 806-133-1 'I2 IW 19 2 28 Konneth Whataey and Hal 1938 200 2 140 3 Top 2-nch .60 77.1 .35 929 N ........... LelbrInS coupling A 2.52 129-59 A 806-137-1 NE I 29 27 27 Atlantcl Cos .............. .... 471 6 * .. 3 .............. -...-. 143 -.......c IC -.. -* * * ..Des 1947; Lins A FRo-8 -2 IV W 28 27 27 City of A, H. KMrquardt 1954 350 12. 170 3 1-Inch access 2.45 178.16 76.55 11-1457 T I 1,500 M .... -3207 WL. p-mpin Hainel City 10 hole In pimp 60.81 129-59 12-9-59 -3 1 SW 29 27 7 Citrus Inc. ---do...... 1954 824 10521 3 ..... do..1. 145.3 37.42 11-14-57 T 8 1,000 n -W-3799 Pmp sand at 8 26.22 113-59 higher yIlldes Il. 24.23, 12-9-59 -4 I SW 9 27 27 --. do ...........do ..... 195 564 202367 3 Aes hole In 1.75 143 21.29 129-59 T 2,500 In .--. -3802 1 pump base 5 IE SW 29 27 27 ..-. do.....--.---. do...... 1935 423 8 92 3 ...--........... 133.22 -. ..-.... N 140 In .V Abn, capped and 109 burled, 1956 -6 I m 29 2727 City of ......do-.... 1952 810 8 107 3 .................. ..... ...-T 2,100 * --2695 Concrete floor Halnge City 169.55 Mal -7 W E 19 277 ... -do ...... rry Bros. 1926 490 10 102 3 -------.............. ... ........ .... K 79 VgL-427 Abn, dest, 1950 and 01o Fo-6 -8 WI NB 9 27 27 .. ...d o---.... 1926 880 8 75 3 .............. ...... ...... ..-..-.... vi P-7; emergency 602 uee only -9 SW 28 27 27..--do--Fen 1939 802 16 148 3 ..--.-----.--. 177.60 --.. ----1,763 I .--.. W-402 Abn and cepped, outhrn Co, 1954

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Table 1. Continued 1 -" I .I _ il 806.138. .nCiru ly aro,. 1939 1,85 ----.... I ----------123,5 ------... ---I----: W-454 Orainae sull; 0o6-138-1 NZ SW 29 27 27 Suni Co.. dest about L940 Prod. Co. -2 NW W4 29 27 27 City of Barney's Pumps 1956 649H 8467 3 ------. -.-132 .... -----T 50 &SO ---.. -3876 Concrete floor. aines City Inc.6 1.31.78 m1l 806.139-1 SW NW 30 27 27 Le Anderson C. D. Cannon 1956 535 L2 116 3 1ik-nch tae on 2.1 151.0. 29.80 L-12-57 T I. --... r .---. and Sons engine coolant 28.95 129-59 line 806-140-1 -NE 26 27 26 Miller Libby-Treean 1948 125 2 83 2 --------------33.3 ..--.-.. ---.-25 D ---W-1753 806-141-1 E2 HW 26 27 26 Aams Pa.cking C. D. Cann on 1958 550 16 12 3 -nch te n 1.5 148.9 21.2 9-658T -..... Ir ... i.74, Co. and Son d-isha:ge 21.33 9-19-58 1057 11-30-59 casting 806-142-1 8W 8a 26 27 26 Univertity of Gardanhir Bros 1948 514 10 113 3 ..................---139 ..... ....... C 500 .X W-1731 Cone te floor Florida m *3 MW fi 28 27 26 ...-. do ...... , it udson 1941 490 12 265 3 --.-----........34.2 , --.-...... CL 1,100 r.. --407 .3 SW SB 21 27 26 Minute Maid May SIro. ..-400 12 *. 3 k-inch gag. 3.10 136.2 6.85 11-15-59 C ---Ir .... --.. orp. hale on pump intake 806-146-1 W M 26 27 25 Van fleet Dick Dunham 1959 450 8 90 3 Top 8-inch .5 140,0 12.00 113-59 N * ----r ---. WtP roperties Inc. casing 1050 806-147-1 BE SW 26 27 25 J1 .S. Bolnder C. A. Dansby --o 500 10 --. 3 --------... ------I --Ir --* 806-148-1 t SlW 28 27 25 J. Everett Coo. Moran 1955 200 3 105 , ...----...--. -....... ..---. .---J --" Allen 3 806-149-1 SW W 26 27 25 R. C. Bailey Kenneth Turley 1949 520 6? --.. 3 ..------... ----..--.---. ---.---. Ir ---2 NW W 26 27 25 .---.do.-.---.---.... 1925 .-2 .-................. ----... .-----.-D -.3 IN SW 28 27 25 J. verett coo. Moran 1950 100 2 60 2 .......-------. -.---.----.. JlE D ..--Allen .4 N1 M 29 27 25 P. R. Clevland Hc Ivr .*500 10 -*3 ..-----..-... --.--. --....... T-L --r --5 H W 29 27 25 U.S. Geological Steart and 1955 200 1k 20 1 Top t-inch 3.00 162.90 12.80 8-19-55 --.-.. 0 ... Survey Killte cosing 12.98 8-31-53 -6 SE SW.20 27 25 .--...do --. .Hoard E. Godwin 11955 1346 3 102 2 op 3-nh 2A 162.90 19.98 125-9-5 ..---... 0 77.3 W-3768 Cutting al.lectaing 19.53 1-27-56 G ad by author 806-152-1 8E SE 26 27 24 Coronet Layne-Atlantic 1950 1,285 24375 3 Aess hole in .5 ..--86.05 6-28-56 T 1 4,000 In -----. .pumping; Phosphate Co. Co. pump bas ai lne 70 fet -2 83 8 26 27 24 ... do-...... Hoard l. Godwinl-105 5 33 2,.............. ----------T.In ....... 3 806-154-1 8l IS 28 27 24 .--..do-.. ...-........--1303 2 72 2, op 2-inch .70 136.78 15.28 5-26-54 .--.. D .-0 Abn 3 easing 13.90 67-54

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Tibe 1. Cinilnued ......"..... k,'...' i2. i'31' '?.J.PL.:.... I." ....."... -:'„'; -,L: ,:.9, .I:; :n'5~ :1i ' ;" ii:-' ..... "TIi ....... T ^'Ci -"i'Tyr-._ TT"J. --__ ----_(. , wr,,1 "fl804-.t54-3 1 2 1 37 24 Coranol ....... ............. )SM ik 9 4 lop Ikinch 0,i5 15.?1 7.14 1i,6-54 N .*. * 0 .... -.... * Ab Phooph1e9 Co, Gaging 5.06 6?5. 806-15-1 Nl W 29 27 24 John HalllCon Von Ouyne, Inu. 1945 130 4 40 3 lop 2-inch 1.0 -***.. L.046 * 23-4 F **.** * PS *** *** gross 3 N WM 392 7 34 Ch4e, J. WKaiM, , T, lWrrell 1953 601 4 40? 3 lop 4.inch .45 -...* 13.76 63-*4 0C .*D ... ....... cIr. oupling 11.43 i*LB-54 *3 MW NI 29 27 24 Laklland Akosr Roy VtWi 1941 135 3 80 3 fop 31tinh ,40 141.11 16.34 7.30.54 0 .**. D ... -. .... Club Iouplinl 17.27 99-54 .4 IN W l m 27 24 Acrticn ......... ............ 1 ... I op lk.nch ,15 143.51 6.59 5.384 M * ..... X .......* .Ab Cyana id Co. Iesing 4,37 6O 7.14 5* W t$8 27 24 Coronec ..-............ .... * lo 3 18 1 Top 2-Inch .20 143.59 6.68 528-54 * ..... X .... .....Do Phosphata Co, easing 4.25 67-54 -6 9 27 24 J K. Swindll Howvrd I, Godwin 1954 167 3 84 2, top 3-inch 1.00140,15 I,5 13217.54 J 1 ** D .... V-3423 Cuetings 3 easing 10,53 1. 355 1eollected by author -7 29 27 24 ,, oeological Stelart ind 1955 201 tk 20 1 Top Ik-inch 2.70 142.9 13.53 8.18.S * **... 0 ... ..... Survey Hlll easoin 7.69 9. 155 806-15-1 W 8 30 27 24 ......do ........... do ...... 1955 O 14 to I 0 1.. do ...... 2A0 136,00 .80 8.19.53 I ... 0 .. ..... 4.50 9. 1-55 -2 MW S31 30 27 24 do ...... Houird I. Godwin 1956 103 1 3 3 6 3 Top 3-Lnch 2.90 136,00 20.80 1. 2-56 N ..... 0 73,7 V-3771 Cuttingl casing 19.39 1-28-56 I,0 collected by author 806-157-1 SW I 25 27 23 See remarks C. D, Cannon 1954 555 12 74 2, Top 12-inch .60 .** *44.62 7.31 4 T S -...........* United droL hrr and Sons 3 caling 43.68 9-28-54 hood of Carpenters and Joiners of Aslereic 806.158-1 HE 26 27 23 Olbsonia Ton oerry 1927 1651 6 85 3 Top 6-Inch .50 174.0 64.85 75.-5 T ..... -... ...... Ab, 1956 Community easing -2 R g 26 21 23 Resident of J .P. Whatley 1956 300 6 100 3 .......................... ....... ... .......... ibsoenai .3,4 E M 26 27 23 SIl remarkls ................ 0 1 601 -..----.--.. --.... --...... .---. D -* ..---.Httd Irothlthood of Carpenters and Joaners of Anrinear; 2 wells with L pump *5 R S 26 27 23 .. .Bollinrgr oy Wilt 1958: 200 4 84 ........................... ..... 20 PS --V-.4748 -6 SW SW 24 27 23 Brommn' Tre'llr Cetl Argue -166 37 120 3 .....-........ ............... ... ..... .... ....... lark ,

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Table 1. Continued If) l l$ 131 411e1 1t o I I ? l ( j rI ) hi l 1 1i) 4 , fl) 1131 ,iel (ISl !11i0" 11 3) IN*) 1151 806-158-7 SW IW 24 27 23 Glen Hales SubRoy Wilt 1960 565 8 110 3 ...-..-... .... 20 ----... T 1 500 PS ---5367 division 806-159-1 IS S 22 27 23 John I. .............. 1940 -12 -.-3 Top access 0.75 194.7 81.49 72-58 T --r -. Hilieran hole in pump 78.73 115-59 base 807-135-1 SW W. 23 27 27 Helen .Central Florida 1955 2501 107 801 3 ---... do--. .6 131,0 27.37 129-59 .... ....... Phillips Well Drillers 807-137-1 NW W 21 227 27 Jack Serry J. P, Wh ley 1948 540 12 163 3 ...----. ---.. .... 180.4 --.. .--L ---Ir --...-.. -2 E13 I 20 27 27 Percy Croartec Whatley and 1957 523 8 1601 3 Top of dis.A 178.8 57.98 11-12-57 l tl --r ------Hall charge flangle .88 129-59 807-142-1 -I 21 27 26 Kinutle Mid May Iros. 19421 490 10 .-3 Top of gage 1.6 134.0 4..57 10-27-9 --r ........... Corp. hole n 10. inch (11 -2 8I W 21 27 26 ......-do.-.....--d-.--19421 525 12 -..3 ------------.137.6 .--.....---L I--....... 807-151-1 IVW W 19 27 24 Aaerican AgriBarnay's Pumps 1936 115 4 42 3 Top 4-inch 2AO --..... 0.40 -17-56 C L -r .-.... cultural Inc. casing 20.43 72-56 Chemical S 807-154-1 E 5ZE 21 27 24 U.S. Geological Scevarc and 1955 IM 1k 8 1 Top h-Lnch 3.0 136.45 7.50 8-18-55 -0 -....--. 8urvey Kills casing 3.06 91-35 -2 ME SE 21 27 24 --... do.. Howard L.Oadwin 1956 55M 3 31 2 Top 3-inch 2,80 136.20 4.93 13-56 -24K 0 74.5 .V-3763 Cuttings easing 4.50 1-28-56 0 collected by auchor -3 83 S1 21 27 24 American .-...do*..-.1956 411M 6 53 3 Air line gage 1.0 134.4 13.23 1-30-56 T 5 290K Zn 74,2 W-3836 Alr Line . CyanCaid Co. 16.7 76-56 0 52' feell cuttings collected by author -4 IW SW 22 17 24 ..-d-o --. Heater Well Co. 1956 1,198 26 292 3 top of k-inch L 134.96 15.82 61-16 T 6,500M In ..-W-3883 Air line length in line 14.58 76-56 I unknownt WL 29.31, pumping 11-S.59. 607-151-1 VW SW 16 27 24 .R. Williams.........19431 240 3 144 3 Eop 3-inch 1.0 142.1 16.35 1. 4-5 C 1 ... D ....... asing 16.83 22-55 -2 W NW 2127 24 Jack hlles 0. J, Argue 1955 130 3 90 3 .------... ...-.-.... --.. -......... 0 ...... . .3 9W 8l 17 27 24 .0, Character ............. 953 194H 4 148 3 Top 4-inoh flush -... 20.00 10-243-8 J I -0 .-----..... 007-16-1 I W 19 27 14 P., I. nyder C. A, Dansby 1938 153 S 50 3 top access hol .80 180.7 62.66 7-5-5 TI 500 Ir ,----I I 4 0 OilhIm rnmk y 194 1 8 I l ...... do b ..94 2 6 10 *2 83 W 19 27 24 C. C. Gillham rank Kay 1945 628 10 85 3 *-. do-1.80 --58.94 2-29-35 T 85 0 If *--*..

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'T'ble l' Contanued -1-.1.-.; .. --ij " ' I ..I... -.. ..... ..'! .... .... "i... ' T, mr '111. ~T5. ITE.. I rIi. .loll f..i.l.-l 107-156-3 S NI 19 L 7 34 MinuL s MNld C. 0, Cannon 1950 1031 0 --* 3 AgeIsl hale In l.30 183.0 39.43 I I'* 5 1T *** (r **r. *...... Alp (lie II Corp. and lon* p4up bess 912 ea( 807-17-1 1 1 53 37 33 Bay McClellan Goa, Morn 1947 335 4 14 1 *-* , .--.... * -.. ... ... , .r .) -*, , .. -, ..... -* 1 34 3 7 33 Wm, T. Fruilllo Ray WiUl 199 580 3 66 3 Top i-Lnch 1.8 t53,5 34,55 3-3919 TI **'I p W-4184 8079158l W W 3 4 31 33 Ilpoitlo Turley-.odwtn 1957 330 4 1t2 3 ...... ...-... .....-..... .* ..... D * ..... * . .3 iW NW 4 317 33 Dlberl Alln Kenneth Torley 1957 300 4 130 3 7op rnitary .6 11133 60.66 11. 559 TI ***.. In ** ......* 807.159-1 IN NW 3 27 23 C. I, Maddox H. 8, Godwvn 1951 166 3 83 3 .............. .... 17,r o ..... J .* ..... .... .g 1059 I 807-301.1 ;NW 21 327 33 yolk County J, P, Whel1ey 1952 198 6 88 3 Air line lgae L0A 19,5 52.1 7. 5-56 T 3 200 P **** I.2774 Air lne tll Board of hblic 50.1 7-18-56 60 fee Inscructlon .2 SW W 11? 27 23 W. H, Stroud Howard L. Godwin l96 135 4 60 3 .**................ .....* ............ o ...* **-... 807-202-1 Nt NE 19 27 23 Leadley Wer .............. .... 112 2 110 3 .............. ... .. ..... ..... ... X .* ... 808-137-1 NW I 8l 27 37 Holly H111 Ins, May Iros. 19301 450 12 100 3 Top reducing 2.0 191.1 65.62 10-28-59 L .... r .... .... bushing on pump discharge 808-145-1 N-.J 13 27 25 Minute Haid A. H. MarquardC 1936 450 10 120 3 Top gage hole 2.70 133.6 3.32 10-27-9 CL 750 r ........... Corp. on pump B08*148-.1 N NW 16 27 25 General Jams A C. A. Donsby 1955 570 8 140 3 Acess hole in 1. 173.0 48.80 6-21-56 T ..r .... .... Van Flat pump base 47.35 72-56 -2 NI SW 10 27 21 B. V. Har Geo. Moran 1948 202 4 94 3 --................ .... ..... ...... T .D ... W-1060 -3 W 1W 10 27 2 ....-do.. .C, A. Dansby 1941 520 10 120 3 Cage hole on 1.7 173.8 44.39 104-55 *... I ----...... L 42.30, diasharge 47.03 72-56 10-27-59 -4 1W W 15 7 25 Z. L. lundy Howard E. Godwin 1955 130 3 o105 3 .................139.8 ..... ... c .D, . PS 808-152-1 3 SE g 11 27 24 D. .Combeo Walter Moeks 1948 22M I -4? top lk-inch .60 ...-17.66 13-54 C .... .......Abn, 1956 casing 21.25 6-30-56 808-153.131 E SW 0 7 24 U.S. Oeologicl ovord .Godwin 1956 93K 3 55 2,3 Top 3-nch 2.20 137.36 15.77 2-14-56 0 24W 0 ----3837 Cuttings Survey casing 13.72 2-28-56 E,G collaected by author -2 N1 W 135 27 24 Americn Heater Well Co. 1957 575 26 130 3 top 2-inch 2.00135.70 15.42 1-24-57 T E 6,500 In ...-W-4156 Cyanamid Co. slippl 808-155-1 N I 17 27 24..do.... o. Moran 1935 236K 6 142 3 top -inch 2.50 137.7 1.,39 6-22-55 -250' r-.... 0 Abn 1956 lling 12.30 91-51

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Table 1, Concinued 1i 1 U (42 1 02112al 1 _ fil I( I is 1 d1 ) III) III) 71 .31 1I l 1-31 1-, -a_ 1__ -71 till 0 ) 2' 111 808-155-2 NE 17 27 24 American Geoo. Horan 1955 14? 1 14 1 top Ik-inch 2AO X36.0 7.78 6-22-553 ----D --Abn,1956 Cyanamid Co. casing 4.94 91-5 -3 at NE 8 27 24 -.--do---. Cecil Argue 1955 303 6 128 3 Top 6-nch -6.00 --14.90 62-533 N -350 Ir ...--Do casing 808-116-1 NE SE 18 27 24 P. S. Snyder F. A. Kay 1945 611 12 68 3 Air Line gaig 1.5010.70 41.0 6-24-55 T L --It -W-95 Air line 36.3 9-20-SS 70 feLt -2 N1 SE 18 27 24 D. L. Snyder Dick Dunham 1954 225 4 65 3 Access hole in -1. --37.11 14-5 T E -D -...sanitary seat 41.29 623-5 -3 NW SW 17 27 24 McKlnny Roy Wilt 1954 150M 4 68 3 Top 4-inch .85 .....30.48 14-515 N * -D ---. coupling -4 B E 7 27 2 4 J. D, Brnee ............--. .. -23 2 -. I Top rducing .30 --7.16 15-55 P -....-... bushing 53 SE S3 7 27 24 ---do ----....--... -339 2 -47 top 2-inch .40 -8.43 13-53 N * -X -....... -6 8S 88 7 27 24 R. V. Brown Howard .Godwin 19S5 103 3 53 3 ---. ..-......... .. .... ---. .7 s SE 72724 J. D. arna Carey Mlles 1951 40? 2 -47 --. ... ....... g ... D -... -4 808-157-1 SV 7 27 24 .--....--........ Cecil Argue 198 98 3 84 3 ...--.--..........--16 .... .... --.... .... 808-158-1 SW SI 12 27 23 H. M, Wingat Van Duynr, Inc 1954 686 8 150 3 Access hole in .80 151.8 39.29 72-58 TE --X -..-W.L pumping pump bees 49.37 10-30-9 l10-30-59 808-159-1 ;SW IE 15 27 23 8. L. Colline C. D. Cannon 1948 690 10 -3 d of .-inch 5.8 182,0 70,61 72-58 I ---r .-. --and Sons diecharge pipe 67.25 10-30-59 808-200-1 8 W 16 27 23 H. W. Hart R. H. Hudson 1939 605 8269 3 Ascess hole in rluh 213.0 94.75 75-56 I --.r.....--6 pump base -2 SW NE 16 27 23 J. loyd McLan (eo. Dansby 1946 708 10 186 3 ......----... .. 20.0 --....... T -tr *Wt. -4 W SW 10 27 23 F. 3. unch Geo. Danlby 1949 705 10 94 3 Top pump 1.0 199 91.27 4-26.-6 L 1,400 Tr **W8gl WI 82.46, column, inside 89,99 72-56 1063 10-26-59 discharge 808-201-1 IVSW 9 27 23 Henry J. Lewis Barney's hapu 1957 600 10 93 3 .---.d.--. .9 152.34 36.19 2-22-57 T 1ItZ --. W-4254 Inc. 31.79 10-30-59 809-135-1 NE VW 3 27 27 Ridge Citrus Central Florida 1952 575 16 272? 3 ....---... ----. .123 .*..---....L 800 In .**W-2869 Conerate floor* Concentrct Well Drillers 124,16 e t -2 lS I 11 27 27 Frank H. Rich Oeo. Moran 1953 184 3 75 3 Top 3-inch Flush 96.0 5.75 112-59 C .... D, * casing A Ir -3 SW NE 10 27277 H. E. Strohn J. P, Whatliy 1936 160? 8 80? 3 ....------.-.. ...155 --------T --Ir I-

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Tuble I. Cu.ltoued -I I ill II ! ,l.l " l .ii .~ 1. .....1i.'Li_ _-L ,.. ' L .1... ...li-'-i.i" 1i ...... -ITi ..-g 1 s --Pigt "711 1 ' I 'II'" 109-1.5-4 SW M I U2 27 H. I. ,loha J, P. WhsllIy 1913 314 4 246 3 ,*,....*„ .'' * .-..r -,-rt J I .r D ",,-,.. o09.136-1 SW s 3 317 $ o .......... o.* 1916 3 1 )-O 10 0 ",,"--" * ,to, 1,,I .0 .,,1,g000 N 76 W-I1 ?5 -23 W 8W 3 317 .-..,do..-..* Contral Florlds 1957 500 13 87 3 Top j1-inch 0,50 149.91 40.91, l t-1-57 N 1,100 9.. W.4383 Well Drllers casing 37.88 1259 I,0 -3 N 8 3 312?7 tdre CItrus May Brai, ,. ,* 8 -... 3 AIccss holm in 1,0 -*. 31,15 1-3ll 6-7 T X *-. In ". *. .Abn Concentrate pump base 17.98 I-59 *4 N SW 331 2? Holly Hill A. H, Marquardt 1949 577 13 94 3 Top 3lInch all 1,6 130, 27,47 11.3657 T1 1,400 In ,., W.3013 Abn, WL pump. FruIl Co' on breather 29,11 11. 1.9 Ins, 1132-59 pipe *. NE sW 3 27 7 Rld Ctrus Layne.Atlantic 1950 526 18. 402 3 ................... .. .... ....... t 1,529 tn .... ...... Concentrate Co. 12 809-142-1 SW SW 3 27 26 R. , Harmon Cardenhlre Bros 1956 681 10 107 3 End B-Inch 2.5 153.9 26.20 95-8 T L r ... ......... and otherl dscharlg pipe 23,96 10.27.59 -2 0 2726 L. rFrnshatlly and 1957 160 2 105 3 .............. .... 33.7 ... ....... 0 733 ....... worth Hall .4 109-145-1 8 N 12 27 25 .R Ivans May Bro., 1940 400 12 *... 3 aie hole on 2.7 144.6 13.62 10-27-59 T r ....... pump discharlg 809.147-1 t NS 3 26 25 .R. Barfield Go. Dansby 1957 523 10 113 3 ......do.... 1.15 135.23 5.05 10-27.9 I .. Ir .. -427 809-148-1 NE W 10 27 25 neral Jams A do..... 1955 522 8 165 3 1 eos hole In 1.6 164.1 40,05 2 T r .... ....... an Fleet pump base 35,41 10-27.59 -2 SW W 10 21 25 Or. F. K. Crumb C. D. Cannon 1959 510M 10, 143 3 Top of caing .7 178.8 51.25 6-15-59 T 1 * -.Ir ... W-5045 and Sons 8 809-149-1 BS SB 5 27 25 inley-Mason Layne-Atlantic 1950 560 12 122 3 tcess hole in 1.2 162.1 37.28 15-5 T L 1,319 Ir ..-.. .* -WL 35.75, roves Inc. Co. pup base 39.90 72-56 10-27-59 809-150-1 SW NE 7 27 25 )union and Hill .-......-.... -. .... ... .... ... .............. ......... ... .... ....... -2 W SE 6 27 25 3ordon Bros, Co-................ ... 35 2 .... 17..---.... .... ..... ..... ....... C D .... ...... 809-132-1 E NW 11 2 24 .J. Oxford, .....-... ... 1947 35 21 30 421 -------.---......... .. ...... ..... c .. D ...... Jr. 809-153-1 NE SW 2 26 24..do..Roy Wilt 1951 385 6 43 3 lop 6-inch 1.50 1363 13.44 6-2S5-5 H 300 Ir 75 ... coupling 11.07 8.12.55 -3 NE SW 2 27 24--..do..Hay Artesian 1935 483H 10 46 3 Top 10-inch Fluh 136.33 14.57 61-56 N 1,00. r 74 W-3865 Well coupling 15.16 69-56 E, 809-154-1 SW E 4 27 24 .E. Hill. Slim Norton 1951 70 1 -... 3 ---..--......... ........ .. E ..D ....-2 W HE 9 27 248. R. Ward Cecil J. Argu 1954 80 2 35 3 ...---..... .. .... .... E-----) .... ..... J , .

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Table I. Continsud __1 ll 1 -ol 10il l II I|I 141 Ili 1 gg g IIII II IM -lei 1I01 1iJill II I Hil 1 1141 1 $ 1L flll I1I?7"1 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 E 8 27 24 A can ........... .... 62H 53M 1 op lk-inch 1.2 -8.81 -4-551 .... ... S CyanuidCo., casing 9.13 22-55 809-157-1 H N 12 27 23 1. L Padgset Roy Perry 1933 150S 5 70 3 Tp 5-ch .69 152.9 35,5 4-24-56 H 90 r --. ....... .29, ,dll oasing 35.32 75-56 10-20-59 -2 NI NB 1227 23 loyd Richards Roy Wilt 1956 465 6 43 3 Pump discharge .8 ... 35.10 4-24-56 L 330 ....... NZ flange 809-201-1 B9 NE 8 27 23 1. P. Palow .P. Plow 1947 75 I 74 3 .................. ....... *--. C I -D0 ....810-136-1 HB HE 33 26 27 P. Z. William. -.....--.. 1912 186M 10 83 2, op 0-inch 2.0 113.14 238 213-45 --........ 8 Polk 44 3 casing 2,26 123-46 -2 3E HE 33 26 27 U.S. Geological Van Duyne, Inc. 1948 67H 6 60 1 Top 6-inch 2.0 156.50 42.96 108-48 N .... 0 -iPolk 47 Survey asing 104 810-137-1 8 SW 32 27 27 H. E. 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 3227 27 ...... ----do-..--. do-1932 380 8 120 3 -..-----.... ---.. 180.8 ----.---.... TI -I r -. . S-3 NW E 5 27 27 Holly-Hill Inc. May Bro1. 1959 900 12 -3 cces hole on 1.8 198.9 78.22 102859 L -Ir -----r line re 10pump dilcharge ported 130 ELeet 8 810-141-1 E NW 2 27 26 Prank Wheaton Whaley and 1956 400 10 78 3 Top pus Ilush 143.0 13.58 10-28-59 T 1,200 Ir -----Hall column, inside discharge 810-144-1 W NW 5 27 26 U.S. Geologiecal hatley Pump 1959 249 6 102 3 lop 6-inch 2.25 137.8 ,741 78-59 --0 --W-4990 Survey and Well Co, caling 6.76 8-18-59 EB 810-145-1 NE HE 1 27 25 lack M. Berry 'rdenhire Bros 1956 537, 10 107 3 g inch 2.0 158.5 2917 8-58 T L -Ir .. . cnnseion8 27.78 10-27-59 810-147-1 SW ME 34 26 25 Barfield Groves C. A. Danoby'' 1950 525 10 156 3 Top reducing 1.0 150.5 21.67 10-27-591 .-I ........... bushing on discharge .2 C* SW 34 26 25 -----do-Hay Bros. 1943 360 4 --... 3 -....-......... .... ..... ..... --T ----*Center 810-148-1 8E 9E 3 26 25 general Jmes A.Dick Dunham 1958 515 10 -. 3 Top 10-inch 1.5 168.0 41.79 5-14-59 T1 -I -Wgi Van FlaCt coupling 39.45 10-27-59 1065 810.149-1 88 NE 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 Wg -Po-2 Lakeland reducing 43 coupling on 8-inch all

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lable 1, (:>.nOlnuwd 810-149 NW II 33 6 1i~ Flaiy and layno.Atslnllc 1910 141 II 160 3 Acesl hole in 0.5 16,4 31.60 13-55 T L 1,341 If *** NMa On GrOve Co, pump bael 34,34 6-30-S5 lanc, .3 W 1 332 6 5 .*" **dao ...... .........**..* .... .... ........ ........ .... *...... ..... ..... ....... 110*15-I oW No 6 37 1 1. A. Jullan Ceo, Moran 1953 310 4 103 3 Access halt In .3148,3 19,.28 1 3-55 J 1 *** D **' W|(. InLtlry 0o1 19.64 31 3.55 1064 2 1(I SW 31 26 215 , H. Ih.perd grannlng 1950 362H 4 68M 3 Top 4-inch .1 151.7 3.33 21-60 1 .****. Ir *-... ,0 110-153-1 1 Ni 3 37 24 T. J. Oxford, May Arteslan 1955 396 10 44 3 Top 10-tnch 1.0 13.96 6-28-56 * 1,.000 Ir Wi. Jr. Wellt oupllnlg 067 810-154L .-1 NW 4 27 24 ......do ..... ..... do...... 1955 562 10 246 3 *-....do .....* Flu 129,30 9.5 9-17-5 * 1,100 r .-.13867 13.632 628-56 I,0 10-L55-1 W NW 4 27 24 ..... do. .... ......do ...... 955 429 10 65 3 ..... do...... .3 129,34 5.70 1-13-56 * * *. tr *.* V9-366 5.92 21-56 3,0 810.201-1 NW W 4 27 23 Allen A. Nalh Glo. DCanby 1925 623 6 40? 3 Ind 4-inch 1.2 155.0 45.32 72.56 1 L Ir * ....* .... nipple on 37.99 10-26-59 discharge o 1135-1 1 NE 27 26 27 Standard Sand Whalay and 1957 243 4 126 3 .................. ...... .. .. ..... jD .... ..... -and Silica Hall 811-136-1 SI 1 1 28 26 27 P. , Willllam JI. Whaclay 1926 536 8 160 3 lop 8-.nch 1S 110.5 .14 2-13-45 M * * I..r -I -... -L 1.27A, casing A 11-2.59 .34 11-22-57 -2 SW 27 26 27 ......do..-A. H. Marquardt 1956 347 2 100? 3 .............-. -..... ... .. D, .... ....... 811-138-1 SW W 29 26 27 Rolly Hill Inc. May Bros. 19301 400? 12 100? 3 Access hole in 1.0 166.6 46.31 75-57 T L * ........... pup bass 44.3210-2-9 -2 I 0 26 27 ......do..---Central Florida 1947 869M 2 285 1 Top 2-aanh .169.5 46.60 123-57 ...---.......T ll Wall Drillers aiang ditlled 285 Ioet in sand -3 I 30 26 27 ..--do -..Marquardt and 1950 486 20246 3 Access hole in .2J 175.25 53.44 123-57 L 5,000 Ir --4919 Cntral Florida 16 pap base 51.07 10-28-59 Well drillers 811-147-1 NW W 25 26 25 T1on I. Ivan A. H. Marquardt 1936 600 12 94 3 CI hole on 2A 164.9 37.07 1027-9 T 0 2,000 r ........... pump basa discharTa 811-149-1 W W 28 26 25 Van Rorn and John V, Tarr 1921 3,340 113 ............--.... 17.93 .....-----.-.2 DIea 1948-49, Critchlow 8 oil tes well -2 N I 28 26 25 D. Avery A lton Mhks 1947 60? 1 ------------........... -D.. *.....~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ .... F '...1 7 ...

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Table 1. Cuntinuid fla 11 1; 1111 t oo,11l T11 isr n -1), ,III It43 IGz 11 III , E IIII fJi iIrI 114| fill 5 ji isf 1 " gIII tooIt,,S II 812-13-1 S1 SI 14 26 27 Armour AgriculBarney's Pumps 1956 160 6 102 3 Edg of pump 0o4 z5.95 6.78 9-18-58 T 9 120 In --*4642 tural Chemical Inc, base at eon4.67 112-51 Co. crate floor 812-138-1 H! NE 30 26 27 Holly-Hll Inc. Central Florida 19471 285 2 285 L --... .... .... 174.5 .-... -....-.. ...T-Test well, Well Drillers deas 812-146-1 NI NI 23 26 25 Ardell Loe .............. ---. 11 2 82 3 Pitcher pump 1.95 134.1 4.44 6-L1-59 1......... valve seat 813-133-1 W 8V 12 26 27 C.A l A. rdm A. I. (arquardt 1948 202 2 136 3 ................. 101.68 *--.. -C 60 D -.WV1720 for LibbyFreeman 8131338-1 I1 N 18 26 27 Hatler Bros. A. H. Marquardt 1936 323 8 161 3 .................. 10.1 -....... TI 70 I .... ....... 813139-1 IN IV 18 26 27 L, I. Angel 0. 0. Cannon 1957 812 12. 4171 3 Top 12-inch 1.1 162.7 35.33 123-57 N1 * *. * Ir *o WVg and lSon 10. casing 32.43 10-28-59 106 2 W IN !1 26 27 ....d...-......--da-1957 435 13 260 3 Land lurfe .-137.2 8.16 123-57 * 1,000 -...... 813-14961 NVW I 16 6 2A U.,. eolotieal Whatley lhp 199 217H 6 78 3 Top 6-Inch .93 132.1 4.02 2. 3-59 -0 74,5 W-3046 Survey ind Wll 0o. casingl ,0 .2 NW W 1 26 2 1--*.do... Looak Veil and 1959 27 6 20 1 -....doe.... 132.1 2.58 2. 19. 9 N * --9 0 -W047 Puep Co, 113-201.1 IW H 17 26 23 --do-Whatley ump 1959 32 3 40 3 top 3-inch 2.25 101.1 2.28 -4-59 * -0 14 W-532 Cutingl and VWil Oo. Gating 2.01 8-12.-9 3,0 colleoted by author 814-133-1 II n 12 26 27 Rdlgraves ......... ---1934 400 6 100 3 lop 6-inch .510 110.0 17.30 11-26-971 0 1 1 0 D 1 ..... Po.3 saiLng 17.19 13-58 814-13841 *1 7 6 27 ,. .. Dunlon Iaddler-Taylor 1957 300 12 232 3 .--..--.. -...-183.8 -.... --.1,600. r --..814-139-1 I NW 7 26 l7 tUivleity of Central Florida 1935 48 12 447 3 ................. 1.8 -.--. -T I-..... florida IxperiMell Driller I r .nt Itation *2 IV IW 6 26 27 eIllaol Fruie Whatley and 1950? 200 4 180 I ....----....--. ... ...... T 100 r 77,....... 0-oost oreen 1istributors Hall .3 bn H (2 166 av vrly Grovers Carl Crosby 19)6 380 3 -...3 ..-.......... ... ......... J .D ..... *4 3 II 7 27 florida sate Whatley Pump 1959 202 4 161 3 ---.. ........ 1. 01 .* ..-..... .* -D ---W.114 Rod Dept. and Well Co. 114-141. W W L0 26 5 Oraig Lnton 0. , Hull 1951 413M 6 1iOM 3 'top t.lnoh 1.00 13.115 ,64 10. S.s5 a 1,000 Zr 74.5 ,0 asllin 4.26 11.30*.3 I HWMI 9 i1 ......d--...do...... 562 1 6 3 40 3 ....................... .. -..... I 1,000 0, ... ...-p Limeston tr persed 40 feet baiow land rura base

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.... ...... I ' ' I i i m , ,. ' " I' ' .! .r *o , , " ' 'ii ...' I i 'ij' i ' ... i i ... .l' i " -....I ' i l W.. .I " s u'" s " "i -im" ... ' -'u. ..... l14-49SL 611 5 26 21 Pul DAl J, A. Keeks 1953 1m 2 83M 3 Top 2-inah 1.00 13,0 3,89 10-r -55 ...... cA no 5.69 73-56 -2 SW IV 4 36 ;5 N. A, Drwy ..*,....r...* -1953 S 1% 80 3 Top l.-inch 1.30 -.**. ,39 10. 5-55 N *l ** ** -... ...... -Abn, ell c«slng A clogged; not 4 glowing wall -3 SWW I 4 26 5 Craig Linton C, W, Hull 1952 162 6 10 3 ........ ... ... --.. .... I W ,**X .. ....<... -4 31 it S 26 23 Paul Del Nrul Deal ...* LIH t *.** 3 Top Ltknch flush 133,0 2,92 10-26-59 N * **.. D .... ....... Abn coupling 815-135-1 N1 NW 2 26 27 JI, .Anderson A. H, marquardt 1950 170 3 211 3 .---..... ..... ..... ..... j .Ji. D ... ... .. 815-138.1 ;SWV 6 26 27 Chas. Wllson ...... do..... 1958 242 16 156 3 End of 10-lnch 3.1 172,5 55.35 11 2-59 --2,000 .r ---*** 4964 dlicharge pipe rt wlded too joint 815-139-1 MN W 6 26 27 Sidney Smith C. r. Cannon 1957 1,237 1232 3 ----.......... 1.0 188.6 69.44 65-59 T L 2,000 r --.... Air ine 130 and Son 1067.20 112-59 1069 feet concrete 8 floor 188.6 sel 815-142-1 NI NW 3 26 26 L, Beuchamp A. H, Mrquardt 1950 120 3 63 3 Top 3-Inch .9 143.4 17.88 9-16-58 C -D 19 -2133 WL 14.71, coupling 15.58 55-59 10-29-59 N 815-149-1 E NW 4 26 25 Craig Linton 0, W. Hull 1952 235 6 60 3 .....--..-..-....... -.-..* 1,000 Ir -. ....... .2 NW W 4 26 25.....do... .-do ...... 1952 380 6 80 3 ---.-----128 ...--.. -L W 1,000 Zr ----815157-1 SW NE 1 26 23 U.S. Geological Halward E, Cdair 1956 45 344 3 op 3-inch 1. 108.50 3.60 31-56 N --0 --.. -3840 Dest,3-2-56, Survey casing cuttings collected by author -2 SW SW 1 25 24 ..--. do--......-da ... 1956 168K 3 52M 3 Top 3-inch 3.50 109.42 3.63 37-561 ---0 75 W-3839 Do casing 3.34 3-15-56 ' E,G 815-203-1 1W N 1 26 22 C.. OverstretCentral State 1951 196 3 65 3 ----do----.60 94.2 2.20 4-30-59 C 8 --D 74.5--.. Well Drilling 1.31 10-26-59 Co. -2 SW E 1 26 22 ---do -----------19471 45 4 23 1 ------------. ---.----. ------..-... Abn -3 SW NE 1 26 22 ---do--C. H. Overstreet1943 20 2 20 1 -------------------... ------------D .--..---. Do 815-205-1 NW NW 2 26 22 Clarence Geiger Marion Wlrd 1960 295 3 190 3 .--.....------. --------------D .--. gi1070 -2 11E W 2 26 22 Marion Rimes ----do---84 2 60 3 --....----..--....--------------816-146-1 NW NW 36 25 25 C. M. Shinn, Jr Kenneth Turley 1958 401H 10 82 3 Top 10-inch LO 127.8 3,93 3-16-58 C L 1,020M Ir 74 W-4689 Cutingse colleetand Howard Z. casing -251 10-26-59 8 ed by author Godwin -2 NE SE 26 25 25----do--Kenneth Turley 1958, 260 4 126 3 --------------------r ----

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Table L. Continued Of fu l 13 14) Is) olt it) lo 01 0 1 fil fil , 31 1141 1111 11 6 f ill fi ll fl m i n l l ioll __ e tool I isll , 816-149-1 W SE 29 25 25 1. Beettoa Cecil Argue 1955 203 4 96 3 Top 4-aich .30 153.6 27.98 105-55 J I D ----WL 26.84, casing 29.72 72-56 10-26-39 816-202-1 8V SW 29 25 23 C. 1. Overstree C. .Overstret 1928 11 2 8 3 Top pitcher 2A5 92.6 2.75 71-58 -.-72 ..---Limestone outpump valve L.14 10-26-59 crop 50 feet seat from amil 817-139-1 SE 81 24 25 26 Wilbur Charles C. A. Danaby 1947 547 6 390 3 Access hole in .15 209.1 83.64 113-59 T L --Ir ..--ipump base 1071 -2 8S 81 24 25 26 ......do--....-do--.... 19 475 12 233 3 -----------------209 -----. ---TL -tr -Wgi1072 817-149-1 NW N1 29 2525 1. Beestum Red Rogers 1955 202 4 -3 ....--.....---.--. -----D -..--. 817-50050V W 20 25 25 Finley-Nason Layne-Atlantic 1950 375 10 152 3 Acseas hole in 1.50 158.9 36.70 107-55 T L 800 I -WgiGrves Inc. Co. pump base 38.01 72-56 1073 817-156-1 s N 19 25 24 Dr. E. L. .---...........--.-----3 --.....----.--. ------.-. * D .-.--Well in lteKininger stone outcrop 818-140-1 SE 8E 14 25 26 IT B. Swam C. A Dansby 1954 820 10650 3 Top 2-inch .07 211.1 96.6 113-59 T L 900 t --WL8 breather pipe 1074 S 818-143-1 E SW 16 25 26 Barber Sand Co. Central Scate 1959 275 8 137 3 Top 8-inch 1.2 126.8 10.87 12-19.58 IN -In --WUiDrilling Co. casing 1075 -2 HN SW 16 25 26 .. .-do-.--. -..---do-.1958 259H 4 350 3 top 4-inch 1.9 123.1 4.19 12-19-5811 -In .---casing 818-147-1 BE N 4 25 25 Seneral Jame A. Kenneth Turley 1958 418M 10 120 3 Top 10-Inch .5 131.3 10.72 12-19-818 T -Ir -WgiVan Fleet and R. Dunham casing 9.59 10-30-59 1076 -2 NWNW 14 25 25 ----do --.. .----.... --.. .. 21M 2 21 1? rop 2-inch .10 122.0 2.30 12-19-58 N 1 -X ---.-coupling -3 SE SE 15 25 25 ..--do-.. .nneth Turley 1958 110 4 80 3 Top 4-inch .6 125.0 4.12 12-28-59 C I *D ....reducing bushing 818-151-1 SW SW 18 25 25 C. 0. Raybon eMcks 1954 .-2 100 3 ...------------...-...... J I -. D -..-*2 SW 8W 18 25 25 Hercules Powder Geo. Moran 1948 148M 3 63 3 Tap 3-inch .5 123.5 7.73 107-55 11 -In 77 WgiAbn Co. coupling 7.19 49-59 1077 |,O 818-154-1 NHE 3 16 25 24 0. A. Knowles ------------11947 50? l 4 45 3 ...----.--....... -------...---D .---D ---. Well reportedly ends in limestone -2 1E 1S 16 25 24.. .-do-.... J. A. Meeks 1950 74M 1k 80 3 Top of pitcher 1.95 113.5 5.09 10-26-59 --X ----------Top limeatone pump valve reported at seat 70 feet

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I, lv l i C f ligu1 d -ain * 9. aig ! .i ....ia g' .i i ir i ' r e.,, .ilia e, .a.." .el s/ g a0l-lisi 7 I35 A uck .d. clcl Aru i19S9 74 60 | To p 32-ch 32,1 110.5 , 1? 1/2?i* **1 **** -.Driri rporpr Church csi Ind .all an. niarly 18156*l NE Nll19 2 4 .....4..1..1 -1959 LIM lk 10? 3 Top tk-lnch 2.1 106,3 2.68 10.v N * * 0 -**. ......* Abn casing 1,98 10.26-S9 819-140-1 NEiNEl I 252 6 8mglh-LnC, D, Cannon 1959 447M 1 315 3 Top 12lnch 1,2 213.0 92,8 527,59 T .* *.*. Ir 77.5 W-5016 Charles and Son couplin 1 Van Fleet casing 819-151.1 NE SI 12 25!24 Finley-MHaon, Gd., Hull 1956 426 8 63 3 Access hole in .70 1310 1919 07-55 TL .. Ir *....... Inc. pump bas 19.88 11-30-55 820-140.1 SW SE3 2 25 26 C. M.Dunham Libby-Freeman 1953 500 4 *. I? .............. .... .......... ....... N ... .. .. ....... Abn, not Scompleted 821-49.1 NE NE 32 26425 , P. Wureler FP. , Uur«tr 1954 190 2 60 3 ....................... ... ....... ..... S1 .Counties adjacent to Polk County S. Osceola County 817-135-1 C* SE 22 25 27 Bruce Ingraham C. D. Cannon 1956 54416 195 3 Acceas hole in 1.151166 70.80 3-31-59 T G2,250 Ir .. *..... *Center and Sons pump base 68.77 112-59 816-206-1 :SE N 28 25 22 U.S. Geological Whatley Pump 1959 2001 3 41M 3 rop 3-inch 3.35 83.0 3.38 7-30-59 N -*--. 0 76 W.5350 Cutingi .Survey and Well Co. casing .collected by author 820-203-1 NE SW 1 24 22 Cumnr Cypress .............. .... 92M 2 3 -inch 2.10 95.1 5.11 4-24-57 N ---.1 -------Abn Sumter Coiuny 821-158-1 SW SW 25 23, 23 U.S.. Geological Whatley Pump *.. 53M 3 .53M 3 top 3-inch. -2.15 --4.76, 7-24-59 *. -... 0 --W-4989 Abn. desc Survey and Well Co. casing -2 SW SW 2523 23..do-----.....do-----*---45M 3 48H 3 -*do--3.00 **2.18 1028-259 N ---0 --*--821-202-1 N 31 24 23 Cuer Cypress ------------... -148M 4 100 3 op 4-inch 1.1 96.0 5.14 11-13-58 N .....-.....--...----... -Abn 2, .Co. , 23 , ..,.o .1 +, oupling ... .. D ... -2 SW 2 24 23 ----do----*-70 2 --3 op 2-inch .9 94'.9 3.46 'l-13-58 N.--... .---Do. Saig " , a ing

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..Table 1. Continued Ii1 Il1 3) 4l I7 SI (Ii 1i --6 ) l ) gIII) .I l "13 -fla 1,11 lie) 11 1 0 li-III 192 I II 113) 141 Iasi 821-202-3 NE NE 31 24 23 U.S. Geological Locke-Whatley ---143M 6 19W 3 Top 6-inch 2.90 96.3 3.62 32-59 N -*... 0 ---W-5054 Survey nipple 1 E, -4 HNE 31 24 23 ---do.. Locke *.M6 6 5 3 .....do-240 96.3 3.74 32-59 N -.*.. 0 ---W-5053 '0, I ' I

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Tntle 2. Gaoloic Logs of Wells in Polk County, Florida The scratigraphic nomenclature used in this table conforms to the usage of the Florida Geological 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, composed of the Crystal River. Inglis. and Williston Formations, is used instead of the Ocala Limestone and the Inglis Formation. Florida Geological Survey well numbers are given as "WWell numbers marked with an asterisk (*) represent drilling logs and samples collected by the author. See Table 1 for locacions and total depths of wells. Well 745-134-1 (W-5351) Depth, in feet ra er al below land surface UnditfarentiatedSand, 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 abuve; with abundant black, coarse to medium, sand-sized pebblephosphate, and with soft,gray-cream, partly leached sandy, phosphatic limestone fragments................................................. 130 -140 iaait.r-i ForuatrLn: Lime-o-ne. butt to can, soft, chalky to finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic; abundant loose sand and black phosphate sand. Suggestions of : .ran:nifera, including leached Gypsina globula..................... 140 -150 -ne>:zjne, ~s above; grayer in color ................................... 150 -160 L.iesc.rne. twlithologies: A -;ray, very sandy and finely phosphatic. a -*ream, sparsely sandy, finely crystalline; with moderate loose maedlc sand and phosphate, and large re-crystallized echinoid raents.............. ................................. 160 -170 .Lme.rne, tan :t gray, in part finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic; zoaerare amounts of loose sand pebble-phosphate...................... 170 -180 L-seor:e. as above; greater amount of loose sand and phosphate than above. 180 -190 L'_iestýone as above. harder; phosphate decreases and becomes finer; lnoe -and cmann. ...--...---....-.. ........................ 190 -200 'i.eitJne. as liU-2UO; abundant sheet-type chalcedony, and numerous ;eacnand erJded Ocala foraminifera................................. 200 -220 LI·-es;:!e .aaove; highly re-crystallized; leached Lepidocyclina sp. 220 -230 LiLe-..-.e.s a above and cream granular limestone; abundant loose sand a-i p osoiphate sand: casts and molds of mollusks, crab-claws, -plaes ..................................................... 230 -250 Lci:une, M icre to cream, hard, granular, dolomitic? re-crystallized; snc_.=inati.n from above, sparse loose sand and pebble-phosphate...... 250 -260 :-:earJne. :ark cream, granular; nonsandy, nonphosphatic; Rotalia -e,;a__ na numerous Gvpsina globula, Eponides sp., Lepidocyclina sp., en-i.n.d places and spines......................................... 260 -270 L.;-J:one. a above. hard, re-crystallized; fewer Ocala foraminifera..... 270 -280 Rr".-:e...r 2 ac:Ln-i,n L--·_, rone. cream, hard. granular; re-crystallized; abundant ?Lcp.acctlina icalana. Gypsina globula, echinoid plates. 280 -290 L-zme-:me. cream, fragmental; abundant Lepidocyclina ocalana, Operciuinoides Lloridensis, Gypsina globula, Eponides sp., alitolids, c;n. d; plates ......--.................................. ........ .290 -300 .iLaejstne. sand and clay; a mixture of all lithologies above as contaa ination............................ ... ......................... 300 -310 L.aesrcne, as 2U-j~O; numerous Lepidocyclina sp., Operculinoides sp., Textularia sp., Gypsina sp., Eponides sp., mollusk and echinoid fragments........................................... ............... 310 -320 Limes:cne, cream, soft; a coquina of large Lepidocyclina sp., numerous OuercusiLoides vanderstoki........................................... 320 -360 Lisestone, as above; generally finer cuttings.......................... 360 -370 86

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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................................................ ............... 5 -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, nonphosphatic; 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 -165 Dolomite, brown, hard, porous; coarse cuttings, sparsely sandy and phosphatic...... ...................................... ..... .. Ib5175 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 Operculinoldes awasdybranchensis. ...................... 500 -515 Limestone, as above, fTi.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

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Table 2. Concinued. Well 745-153-1--Continued (V-2304) Depth, in feet Material below land surface Avon Park Liaestone: 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) UndifferentiatedSand....... .............................................. ............ 030 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-white, 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 Rotalia mexicana, re-crystallized................. .. 190 -.195 Limestone, as above; 50 percent loose dark phosphate grains................ 195 -225 Limestone. 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 Leoidocyclini 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 Oerculinoides vanderstoki.................... 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; Leaidoccltna 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, Acnhistegina 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 88

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Table 2. Continued. Well 747-114-1--Continued (W-1726) Depth, in feet aterial below ld surface Avon Park Limestone: Limestone, tan, granular; profuse Dlictoconus coolkei sparse Lenidocvclina sp. numerous Operculinoides yvaderstoki, 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 aericanusM................................-........... 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 Lepidoevclina 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 ....................... 500540 89

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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 Peronalls sp. fragments, some Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp... ............. ...................... 540 -560 Limestona, as above; numeous Peronalla dali, plus abundant fragments, abundant Discortnopasis guter. Dictyocons cookel, Coskinolina flordana stightly eroded; numerous Lapidocyclina ocalana from above........................... ................................... 580 Limestone, as above; abundant Paronulla p. and Discorinopsis guteri, sparse Dictyoconus sp., same Laepdocclina sp. and Operculinoides sp... 600 Avon Park Limestone: Limscone, tan to brown, cuttings finely granular as loose grains; profuse uneroded Dictyoconus sp., Coskinolina sp., and abundant Peronella sp. ragments....... ........... .............. .......... ............ 620 Dolomite, tan to brown, finely crystalline; fauna as above, less abundant, sparse Fabtiani 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 Limestona, 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 CrsrtaL 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 Fabtanit cubensis(?)............................. ......... 530 Limestone, as above; very chalky................................... ..560 Uillisron 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 90

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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 tanr 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 G.psina sp................................ .... 350 -365 91

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table 2. .ontinued. Well 75-155-3--Continued (W-4185) Depth, in feet mabteril below land surface Crystal River Formation: Limestone, cream, coarse granular; abundant Lenidocycllna sp., Operculinoides p.Gytna sp., and Iponidas sp....................................... 365 -370 Limestone, cream; a coarse coquina of LelidecrIlina ap.; Operculinoides ) ............ .......... ........ ....... ........ 425 -430 Williston Formation: Limestone, as above; a coarse coquina of LenidocrYlina sp., abundant nerenuLAnoides 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 ap. and Ouerculinoides sp............................... ..................... 485 -495 Limestone, light cream-white, granular; much finer cuttings than above, doomitized(?); miloliods, abundant small ercuinoide sp. and fragments of Len~doe2r cna ................. ...................... 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 gs una ................................. 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; Peronelle ap. fragments........... 595 -600 Limestone, tan, granular as loose grains; dolomitized; ZfAinla cubenala, Peramtls ap., sparse 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 Suannee 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 220240; oatalia meic.a , Edonides iacksonensis, and fragments of Lenid vcyclina sp .................................. .................... 270 -290 92

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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 Lepidocvclitta sp., abundant GvDsna 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 .cu g .................... ............................ 490 -500 Limestone, as above; and dark gray-brown granular limestone (rubble?); Discorinoosis unteri. and numerous highly eroded Dictvoconus sp. and/or Coskinolina sp............... .......... ...... .............. ..... .500 -520 Avon Park Limestone: Limestone, cream, granular to slightly chalky; abundant uneroded Dictvoconus cookei 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 Leoidocvclina a a ............................................ ...... 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 93

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Table Z. Continued. Well 753-129-2--Continued (W-4190) Depth, in feet hRaxial below land surface Inglis Rormation: Limestone, white to cram, hard, granular; miliolid-rich, fossils as above, plus abundant Fabianta cubensis *........................................ 350 -370 Limestone, as above; more -chaly matrix; eroded Dictoconus sp............ 370 -410 Limestone, as above, finely granular; more chalky and clayey than before; Fabianma cubenis s Discorinoosis suntert, Peronllg(?) sp., eroded S......................................................... 410 -440 Avon Park Limestone: Limestone, cream to tan, finely granular; abundant uneroded Dictvoconus gcooei. Coskin.otna 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; vith 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; sose loose pebble phosphate; fish teeth.................... 86 Tamoa Forvratin: Claystone. gray-green, coarse cuttings.................................... 96 -100 Snsannee 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, nonphosphatic; 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; oristes sp., abundant gastropods and other mollusk molds 285 -295 Well 803-151-11* (W-3772) Undi fferentiated: Sand, gray. .................................. ....................... .. 0 -3 Clay, phosphatic, sandy................................................... 3 -40 Limestone, dark-gray, finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic; loose sand and pebble phosphate; nonfossilferous.............. ...................... 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 94

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Table 2. Continued. Well 803-151-11*--Continued (W-3772) Depth. in feet aterial 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 Rota1ia mexicana, echinoid plates, and crab*claws........ ..................... .......................... 190 -195 Crystal River Formation: Limestone, cream, fragmental; a coquina of Levidocvclina ocalana, Eponldes sp., Cypsina sp., and Bryozo&................................. 200 -216 Limestone, as above; plus Operculinoides florfdnsis....................... 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 95

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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. blne-gray, dense; gritty, with limestone fragments................... 77 -86 Limestone. gray, soft; sandy, phosphatic............................ .... 86 -07 Limescone, 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 phospha e....................................................... 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 Limeitone. light gray; slightly sandy; fossiliferous...................... 112 -119 Tasrra Formation: Clay. black; tough. dry. gritty........................................... 119 -129 Clav. blue, shaley, sandy........................... ............... 129 -135 Cla7. blue-black; tough, sandyv........................................... 135 -143 Suw.nnce Ljmestone: Lui~sitone. white, hard. granular, detrital. finely crystalline; nonsandv. nonphosphatic; highly fossiliferous, with numerous echinoid plates and abundant etaia mexicana................................ 143 -161 Lrse-'tne.c as above; softer; abundant Brvozoa, echinoid plates, crab-claws, and Rocaia mAjicgaa; much contamina: ion from above...................... 161 -2089 Chert. dark-brown with gray mottle, extremely hard and dense.............. 2082181 Limestone, cream-white. hard. granular, detrital; very fine cuttings; abundant RotaLia mexiana and millolds................................ 218220 Limestone. gray-cream. soft. chalky with fine grains of calcite or ;imestone; a few echinoid plates........................................ 220 -225;' Liiestone, white, hard, finely granular, decrital; typical Suvannee matrix; numerous eroded Oerculinoides vanderstoki.............................. 2254257 Crvtal R:ver Formation: L;nwstone. grayish-cream, hard. fragmental; abundant fragments of Ocala tos Is...................... ................................... 257 -260 LLmesoatuo. as above; Leidocyvctina Socaana fragments, E.onides n ..................................................... ... ... 260 -268 LL.estone. cream, soft. fragmental, granular; and numerous Levidocyclina ocalina. erculinoides floridensis, Cvslina a ....................... 273 -280 L;sstone. as above; some Rotala mexicana from abovc ...................... 289 -292 Li~sstone. cream, soft; highly fossiliferous with abundant Gvsilna sp., Ecn 3 sp., l.pidccvr lina ocalana. Operculinoades vandrstoki, 0. motidvbranchensis EuleDidina sp.. and Rotalia meTxcan trim abov. 292 -317 Liam.etoe. cream-white, hard; abundant miliolids. with much contamination from formations above................................................... 317 -328 96

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Tabie 2. Continued. Hell 804-152-2* (W-3767) Depth, in feet Haterial below land surfac Undifferentiated: Sand. gray to tan......... ...................................... 0 -10 Clay, light grayish cream; very sandy.............. ...................... 0 -22 Clay, yellowubrown; sandy, with fine phosphatic gravel.................. 22 -23 Clay, grayish-cream; sandy, with fine phosphatic gravel, coarse pebble phosphate, and limestone fragments..................... ................ .23 -37 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone. cream, medium soft; fine sand and phosphate; loose sand and phosphate pebbles.................................................... 37 -39 Limestone, as above; less sandy; scattered mollusk molds................. 39 -41 Limestone, as above; in part finely crystalline, dolmicized; one impression ofSorltes sp.... .......................................... .49 -54 Limestone, as above; 40 percent loose sand and phosphate pebbles; a few molluek molds................................. ...................... 54 -59 Well 804-153-4* (W-3770) Undifferentiated: Sand, dark brown, fine to medium; clayey.................................. 0 -10 Clay, grayish-tan; sandy................................................. 19 -24) Clay, yellow; sandy, gritty.............................................. 24&30 Clay, as above........................................................... 32 -38 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, tan; sandy and phosphatic; nonfossiliferous; with cream crystalline limestone, dolomlrlzed, and loose sand and phosphate pebbles. 38 -39 Sand, light gray and fine phosphate grains; 40 percent limestone as above; few cuttings recovered, probable solution channels...................... 39 -41 Limestone, as above; considerable gray, botryoidal chalcedony, and growths of fine quartz crystal in pore spaces........................... 41 -43 Limestone, cream to tan, hard, finely crystalline, dolemitic; with sparse tan, sandy limestone containing Sorites(?) sp. fragments; alo tan, dense, lithographic limestone; a few echinoid spines and same locae sand....... 44 -54 Limestone, cream, sandy, sparsely phosphatic; echinoid spines, and loose sand and phosphate..................................................... 54 -59 Well 804-154-17* (W-3764) Undifferentiated: Sand, dark brown.......................................................... 0 -18 Clay, light gray, sandy; and brown sand.................................... 18 -23 Clay, light grayish-qream; very sandy..................................... 23 -30 Clay, sandy, sticky..... .............. ................................. 30 -32 Clay, cream; gritty, dandy, phosphatic; a deeply weathered limestone?..... 32 -53 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, dark cream, hard to soft; finely crystalline to fine sand and phosphate; some surfaces with dark brown phosphate coatings; loose sand and phosphate pebbles common................................ 53 -55 Limestone, as above; sand and pebble phosphate more abundant.......-....... 55 -57k Limestone, as above, less crystalline; generally more sandy and earthy than above; some loose sand and phosphate pebbles....................... 57ý614 Limestone, as above, more dense and finely crystalline than before; dolomitic, sparse loose sand and pebble phosphate....................... 61164 Limestone, as above; dolomitized, and more crystalline than before......... 64 -68 Limestone, tan, finely crystalline; in part fine sand; sparsely phosphatic; re-crystallized fossils, coral, sponge spicules, O 1erculinoides sp., and mollusk fragments........-....·............ 68 -752 Limestone, as above; with some very dense dark gray, finely crystalline limestone......................................................... .. 7577 97

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Table 2Continued. Well 804-200-1* (W-3838) Depth, in feet Material below land surface Undifferentiated: Sand, yellow to an ....................................................... 0 -10 Sand, dark brown; with considerable clay.................................. 10 -19 Sand, dark brown, medium to fine; clayey.................................. 19 -29 Sand, light brown, fine; clayey............................................ 29 -40 Clay, tan; gritty, sandy, phosphatic...................................... 46 -60 Clay, dark gray; sandy, and black phosphate grains........................ 60 -70 Sandstone, dark gray; slightly clayey, abundant blackmedium to coarse phosphate.............................................................. 70 -74 Clay, blue to blue-gray; fine sandy, phosphatic, considerable limestone fragments as grit; with silicified shell fragments...................... 74 -88 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, dark gray, to gray-green to white; dense, finely crystalline, dolonitic(?); sparse sand and phosphate.........................;....... 88 -94 Tampa Formation: Clay, blue-green, shaley; phosphoritic; and cream limestone fragments...... 94 -103 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, white, hard, finely granular; nonsardy, detrital; abundant echinoid spines, Rotalia mexican........................................ 103 -109 Limestone, as above; some contamination from formations above............ 109 -119 Limestone, as above; wich abundant Bryozoa, small mollusks, echinoid spines, abundant Rotalia mexcana, and several Sorites sp.............. 119 -136 Well 805-153-2* (W-3841) Undiferenciated Sand, dark gray; top soil............................................... 0 Clay, yellow-gray; sandy.................................................. 1 -2 Clay, yellow-brown....................... ......... ........... 2 -7 Clay, yellowish-gray to yellowish-brown; sandy, phosphatic, with limestone fragments.................................................... 7 -20 Hawchorn Formation: Limestone, gray-white, soft, finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic; with blue-gray phosphate pebbles............................................ 20 -27 Limestone, as above....................................................... 27 -32 Limestone, as above; badly iron stained; abundant phosphate pebbles....... 32 -42 Limestone, predominantly gray, finely crystalline; sandy; sparse loose sand, abundant phosphate pebbles....................................... 42 -46 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, tan to white, hard to soft, granular; dolomitized(?); nonsandy, nonphosphatic; Bryozoa, miliolids, Eponides iacksonensis, Sorites sp. impressions, and Rotalia mexicana.......................... 49 -66 Limestone, as above, granular, detrital;fine cuttings; Rotalia mexicana, 1Gysina zlobula. and echinoid plaes.................................... 66 -71 98

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Table 2. Continued. Well 805-155-2* (W-3766) Depth, in feet Material below lad sawfae Undifferentiated: Sand, gray to dark brown, coarse to fine, subrounded to subangular; sparse,fine,black phosphate grains and other heavy minerals; becoming lighter tan downward.................................................. 3 -13 Sand, broun to tan, coarse to fine; less phosphate than before; slightly clayey....................... .................................. 1320 Sand, as above; dark brown to tan; phosphate more abundant than before; clayey .................................................... ............. 20 -24 Sand, white, as above; phosphatic, with white, sandy noncalcareous clay ... 24 -34 Clay, gray-green; sandy, white phosphate pellets, and cemented naocalcareous sand (weathered sandy limestone?)........................... 3437 Clay, as above; less sandy, abundant phosphate grains, pellets, pebbles; fish teeth..................................................... ... 37 -49 Clay, light gray; very sandy, with abundant fine phosphate grains; "salt and pepper"........................................... ...... 52 -55 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, cream to tan, moderately hard; very sandy, phosphatic; deeply leached, and slightly calcareous........................................ 55 -58 Clay, cream; very sandy and phosphatic; highly calcareous; (deeply weathered limestone?) abundant loose sand and phosphate grains......... 5866 Limestone, cream, moderately hard, chalky to finely crystalline; sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic(?); less loose sand and phosphate than above...... 66 -68 Tampa Formation: Clay, grayish-blue, soft; sticky......................................... .6871 Clay, bluish-green, moderately hard; sandy, with limestone fragments....... 71 -79 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, white to yellow-brown, hard, dense to finely crystalline; slightly sandy, becoming less sandy and lighter colored downward; fragments of mollusk molds............................................ 79 -84 Limestone, cream to white, moderately hard; detrital, nonsandy, nonphosphatic; Bryozoa, mollusks, echinoid plates, and miliolids............ 8489 Limestone, as above; with sandy limestone from above; abundant mlliolids... 89 -99 Limestone, as above, harder, more crystalline than above; dolomitic(?)..... 109 -114 Limestone, as above, moderately soft..................................... 129 -139 Limestone, as above, hard, dense....................................... 154 -160 Limestone, light brown, soft, granular; detrital, more porous than above; echinoid plates................................................... 170 -175 Limestone, as above, lighter in color, moderately hard; fragments of Levidocvclina sp. and Gypsina globula.. ................................. 175 -180 Crystal River Formation: Limestone, cream, hard, dense and lithographic texture; dolomitized(?); abundant Levidocclina sp., Gypsina sp., and echinoid plates; becomes a coquina of Lepidocyclina sp. at base. ................................ 180 -190 Limestone, cream to white, moderately soft; and finely crystalline; dolomitic; abundant Levidocvclina ocalana....................... .... 190 -195 Limestone, as above, soft; plus Eoonldes jacksonensis, Textularia bowei.... 195 -200 Limestone, as above, more granular and soft; abundant Lepidocyclina ocalana, Operculinoides floridensis, Evnides sp., Gypsina sp., and echinoid plates......................-----.--.. --....... ..-------------200 -205 Limestone, as above; Operculinoides flordenss, .vanderstoki............ 220 -225 Limestone, as above, soft; Levidocyclina ocalana, Operculinoides floridensi........................................................... 235 -240 Limestone, cream, soft, becoming harder downward; a coquina of large foraminifera; profuse Lepidocvclina ocalana. Oerculinoides eanderstoki. 240 -273 Williston Formation: Limestone, cream, soft; a coquina of foraminifera, smaller individuals than above; plus Operculinoides moodybranchensis.....--...--..-.....--286 -311 99

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table 2Continued. Well 805-155-3* (W-3765) Depth, in feet CEtftei below land surface Undifftrenctated: Sand, dark brown, moderately soft........................................ 0 -19 Sand, light broUm; and gray clay.......................................... 19 -24 Sead, gray, soft; clayey, and phosphate grains; "salt and pepper".......... 24 -30 San, gray, soft; very clayey, and sandstone fragments..................... 30 -35 Clay, bluish-grn, soft; sandy, with phosphate grains and pebbles, limestone fragments................................................... 35 -48 Clay, as above; with fragments of fossiliferous limestone.................. 48 -59 Clay, dark gray-green, soft; sandy, gritty................................ 59 -62 Hauthorn Formation: Limestone, grayish-white, hard to soft, finely crystalline, massive; dolomitic(?), nonsandy, noophosphatic; numerous large calcite crystals; abundant fragments of mollusk casts and molds................ 62 -72 Well 805-156-2* (W-3769) Undifferentiated: Sand, gray to dark brown, soft; slightly clayey............................ 0 -12 Clay, bluish-green; very sandy............................................ 20 -22 Clay, gray, soft; sandy, phosphatic, gritty............................... 25 -28 Clay, bluish-gray, becoming yellow-brown downward, soft; sandy, phosphatic, gritty................................. .................. 28 -37 Bauthorn Formation: Limestone, cream-white, hard, very finely crystalline; dolomitic, sandy, phosphatic; with loose sand and phosphate pebbles....................... 37 -431 Clay, bluish-gray, moderately soft; sandy, gritty, phosphate grains; slightly calcareous................................................... .43448 Clay, as above; with coarse fragments of limestone and sandstone........... 48 -54 Limestone, tan to cream, moderately hard; sparsely sandy and phosphatic; some botryoidal chalcedony............................................. 54 -57 Clay, light blue-gray, moderately soft; phosphate pebbles as gravel....... 57 -64 Clay, as above, dark blue................................................ 64 -674 Clay, as above; sandy, with coarse sandstone and limestone fragments....... 67k74 Limestone, white, very hard, solution-riddles; silicified(?); considerable blue-gray, sandy marl and white, silifified shell fragments.. 74 -81 Limestone, cream, hard; crystalline to sandy and phosphatic; considerable loose sand, and sparse, light green clay............................... 81 -82 Well 806-149-6* (W-3768) Undifferentiated: Sand, dark brown, soft; fine to medium..................................... 0 -25 Sand, as above; becoming clayey downward................................... 25 -32 Sand, tight grayish-brown, soft, medium to fine; slightly clayey........... 32 -37 Sand, ligtt gray, soft, medium to fine; slightly clayey.................... 37 -52 Sand, gray to cream, soft; clean to sparsely clayey....................... 52 -62 Cravel, gray, soft; phosphate pebbles; sandy, clayey..................... 62 -72 Sand, gray, soft; clayey, with fine phosphatic gravel; "salt and pepper"... 72 -77 Clay, greenish-gray, soft; very sandy; "salt and pepper"................... 77 -844 Clay, blue-gray, moderately hard; sandy, gritty, tough..................... 84A96 Clay, gray, moderately-hard; sandy, with phosphate pin-gravel............. 96 -101k Clay, as above; slightly calcareous, with weathered fragments of sandy limestone.......................................... 1011084 100

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Table 2. Continued. Well 806-149-6*--Continued (W-3768) Depth, in feet laterial below land surface Hawthorn Formation: Limestone. gray. moderately hard; sandy. phosphatic........................ 108-111 Limestone. cream. hard. finely crystallin e dolomitic(?), phosphatic, sandy. with abundant loose sand and pho.sphate pebbles, and some gray botryoidal chalcedony............ ............................. 11 -114 Limestone. as above; with Bryozoa and -ollusk molds.................... 114 -119 Limestone. as above; with more sand and phosphate. fever fossils........... 119 -129 Limestone. as above, softer; with scattered fragments of gray-green claystone............................................................. 129 -134 Well 806-155-6* (W-3423) Undifflerentiated: Sand. ,gray. fine to medium; black phosphate grains and sparse gray clay ("salt and pepper")..................................................... 60 -62 Sand. as above; with some marl (limestone?)............................... 65 -72 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone. gray. hard. crystalline; sandy, phosphatic; dolomitic(?)........ 83 -100 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, cream. mnoderat.ly soft. fragmental; coarse cuttings; echinoid plates, crab-claws. mollusk casts; some contamination from above....... 104 Limestone. as above; and 30 percent loose sand and black phosphate grains (cavern till?) .................................................. 104 -120 Limestone, as above; and 30 percent sand and black phosphate grains (cavern fill?)....................................................... 129 Well 806-156-2* (1-3771) Undifferentiated: Sand. dark brown, fine to medium.......................................... 0 -13 Sand, very dark brown, soft, fine to medium; slightly clayey............... 13 -21 Sand, grayish-brown, soft, fine to medium; clean.......................... 21 -24 Sand, grayish-tan, as above...................................... ........ 24-28 Sand, light gray, moderately soft, fine; slightly clayey................... 28 -34 Clay, white, soft; fine sandy, and fine phosphatic gravel................ 34 -39 Clay, light yellow-gray, soft; fine sandy, and phosphate grains.......... 39 -46 Clay, light cream, soft; fine sandy....................................... 46 -51 Clay, yellow-brown, soft; sandy, with phosphate pebbles and grains, rock fragments............................................................ 5159 Clay, gray and yellow, soft; sparsely sandy phosphatic, very dry........... 59 -61 Clay, light yellow, moderately soft; sandy, with limestone fragments....... 61 -63 Suwannee LimestoneLimestone, white to cream, hard to moderately hard, massive, finely crystalline; nonsandy, nonphosphatic; Rotalia mexicana?; botrydidal chalcedony as thin irregular sheets................................... 63 -78 Limestone. as above; with loose sand, phosphate grains, and light graygreen clay..... ........ ..... ......... ...... 78 -83 Limestone, cream to white, moderately soft, massive, finely crystalline; S.abundant echinoid plates.............................................. 83 -88 Limestone, as above; abundant echinoid plates; 6-inch to 18-inch cavities between 91 and 93 feet, containing abundant shell fragments, sand, and clay; loose phosphate grains, and some fish teeth ........ ........ 88 -95 Limestone, grayish-yellow, moderately soft, granular to chalky; nonsandy; sparse -loose pebble phosphate and gray chalcedony; echinoid plates.................................. .......................... 95 -103 101

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Table 2. Continued. Well 807-154-2* (W-3763) Depth, in feet Mterial below land surface Undifferentiated: Sand, dark brown, soft, fine to medium................................... 0 10 Sand, tan, soft; slightly clayey.......................................... 10 -12 Clay, Light gray, moderately soft; very sandy; fine to medium, becoming phosphatic in lower 4 feet............................................ 24 -28 Clay, light yellow-brown, soft; sandy, with limestone fragments............ 28 -31 Bauthorn Formation: Limestone, cream to buff, hard; sandy, phosphatic; abundant loose sand and pebble phosphate................................................... 3136 Limestone, as above, in part finely crystalline; sparse loose sand and phosphate....................................................... ..... 36 -41 Limestone, tan, very hard, massive and finely crystalline; dolomitic(?), sparsely fine sandy; sparse loose sand and pebble phosphate............. 41 -51 Limestone, as above; plus tan, sandy, chalky limestone; fragments of gray to white crystalline limestone; loose sand and fine pebble phosphate; fish teeth, Bryozoa, mollusk molds..................................... 51 -56 Well 807-154-3* (W-3836) Undifferentiated: Sand, clay, and pebble phosphate.................................. 0 -26 Hawhorn Formation: Top of limestone......................................................... 26 Limestone, white, moderately soft; fine sandy and phosphatic; nonfossiliferous (first sample)......................................... 60 -62 Limestone, very hard, two lithologies: (A. tan, finely crystalline to Lithographic, dolomitic?) (B. gray, dense; sandy, phosphatic; some xastropod molds)...................... ........ .. .62 -67 Tampa (?) Formation: Clay, dark gray, moderately soft; very tough, gritty...................... 67 -69ý Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, cream, hard; sparsely fine sandy and phosphoritic; with some gray, dense, crystalline limestone, Rotalia mexicana.................... 69ý72 Limestone, cream, moderately hard; granular, detrital; dolomitic(?) Levidocyclina sp. fragments, echinoid fragments, Bryozoa, and crab-claws. 72 -77 Limestone, as above; softer; Rotalia mexicana............................. 77 -117 Limestone, as above; lighter colored and more chalky........................ 117 -142 Limestone, as above, very hard; numerous charophytes....................... 142 -157 Limestone, as above, hard to moderately soft; a few G3vsina sp. and Enanides sp. 170-180 ................................................... 157 -180 Limestone, white to cream, very hard; lithographic, dolomitic; echinoid plates and spines, mollusk fragments, Bryozoa ........................ 180 -188 Crystal River Formation: Limestone, cream to white, very hard; a coquina of Levidocvclina ocalana... 188 -199 Limestone, cream, hard, finely detrital; abundant Levidocyclina sp., Oerculinoides sp., GC.sina sp., and Eponides sp.-. ............ ....... 199 -210 Limestone, cream, moderately hard to hard, becoming soft downward; a coquina of Levidocvclina sp. and Overculinoides vanderstoki some gray, silicified(?).................. ................................. 210 -286 102

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Table 2. Continued. SWell 807-154-3*-Continued (W-3836) -Depth, in feet Material belowi land surfac Williston Formation: Limestone, cream, soft; a coquina of small Leidocvclina oeaana. Heterosteeina ocalana. Operculinoides vanderstoki, 0. moodbranchensis.. 286 -303 Inglis Formation: Limestone, white, very hard, granular; dolomitized; miliolid-rich, highly fossiliferous................................................. 303 -339 Limestone, tan to brown, hard to very hard, granular; dolomitized; miliolid limestone as above, with Discorinonsis gunteri very small Peroell(?) p ....................................................... 339 -346 Limestone, as above;plus Textlariasp. Discorinops s gsMgr, -and sparse eroded Dictvoconus sp..-....--...................--............ 346 -366 Avon Park Limestone: Limestone, brown, hard to very hard; dolomitized; abundant Mctyoconus cookei, Cosinon floridana; many Perenella sp. 386-398...... ....... 366 -411 Well 808-153-1* (1-3837) Undifferentiated: Sand, dark gray........................................................... 0 -3 Clay, dark brown; sandy; bard pan.......................................... 35 Clay, yellow-brown, soft; sandy........................................... 5 -7 Clay, tan to brown, soft; sandy......................... .............. 722 Clay, white; sandy........... ......................................... 22 -26 Clay, yellow-gray, moderately soft; sandy, phosphatic, weathered limestone fragments; small fish teeth in lower few feet......................... 26 -53 Hawthorn Formation: Limestone, gray-white, hard; sandy, phosphatic, with abundant loose sand pebble phosphate; small fish teeth............................... 53 -55 Limestone, white to cream, hard, detrital, lithographic to crystalline; sparsely very fine sand; loose sand, pebble phosphate, and small fish teeth........................................................... 55 -61 Suwannee Limestone: Limestone, cream, moderately hard, detrital; nonsandy, noophosphatic; mollusk molds, Bryozoa ................................................ 61 -66 Limestone, as above; softer, whiter, and more chalky than before........... 66 -71 Limestone, as above; hard to very hard; dolomitized, some gray chalcedony; ecbinoid spines, crab-claws..................................... ..... 71 -93 Well 815-157-2* (W-3839) Undifferentiated: Sand, gray.......................................................... 0 -11 Sand, yellow-buff, coarse to fine; subangular to subrounded, sparse dark heavy minerals........................................... ........ 11 -18 No sample............................................................... 18 -29 Clay, light gray to white; very sandy, sparse dark heavy minerals; fragments of white to cream slightly sandy deeply weathered limestone... 29 -31 Clay, as above, 40 percent; and limestone fragments as above, 60 percent, silicified in part.............................................. 31 -36 Clay, light blue-gray; sparsely sandy; with limestone fragments less abundant than above, and white to gray botryoidal chalcedony............ 36 -40 103

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Table 2. Continued. Well 815-157-2*--Continued (W-3839) Depth, in feet Material below land surface Crystal River Formation: Limestone, cream, moderately soft, granular; nonsandy, fossiliferous(?), weathered.--..-----............ ......... ............ ........... 40 -44 Limestone, cream, soft, granular to chalky; weathered, and chalcedony as above; a few fragments of sandy, phosphatic limestone; eroded =icrofossils............................................................ 44 -46 Limestone, as above; abundant Lenidocvclina ocalana, Gvpsina sp., Eponides sp., Operculinoides ocalanus. .floridensis, _. willcoxi, (smaller forms appear eroded), and with echinoid plates (Cidaris PErt Clark)....... .46 -51 Limestone, cream to tan, soft; granular to chalky; numerous Operculinoides . sp., Leoidocvclina sp., echinoid plates and spines; some specimens appear leached and eroded.............................................. 51 -61 Limestone, as above; considerable white botryoidal chalcedony as sheet deposit; profuse Overculinoides sp-, including Q. vanderstoki, abundant ymnsina zlobkula Eponides jacksonensis. Levidocvclina sp.; all fauna as generally smaller individuals than above................. 61 -66 Limestone, as above; plus Rotalia cushmani abundant Textularia sp.; plates of Cidaris ratti Clark from 71 to 76 ft........................ 66 -86 Limestone, as above, generally more granular; fauna as 46 -86 ft., plus miliolids ................................................ ................. 86 -88 Williston Formation: Limestone, cream to tan, very soft; gray botryoidal chalcedony as irregular sheets; profusely fossiliferous with fauna above, plus Operculinoides moodybranchensis, and fragments of small discoid echinoids............................................................. 88 -101 Limestone, as above; fauna as above, most Operculinoides sp. and steidocvclina sp.are darker color and eroded; 0. moodybranchensis numerous, Heterosteaina ocalana....................................... 101 -115 No cuttings returned in bailer; soft honeycomb, water nearly clear of mud.. 115 -120 Cavern.......................... .................................. 120 -123 Inglis Formation: (125 ft.+) No cuttings returned in bailer; soft honeycomb, water bails nearly clear of ud.. .......................................... 123k129 Cavern..................................................................... 129 -130 Limestone, Light cream to white, very soft, due to honeycomb solutional development; chalky to granular; chocolate brown sand and silt as cavern-fill; fauna leached, eroded, and dolomitized.................... 130 -135 Limestone, as above; a fine honeycomb of small cavities with approximately 60 percent loose fine quartz sand, subangular to subrounded, and peat as cavern fill; abundant Crystal River-Williston fauna, leached and eroded............................................................ 135 -140 Sand, quartz, medium to fine silty, 85 percent; and granular white limestone as above, 15 percent; a filled cavern and honeycomb zone...... 140 -145 Sand, as above, 90 percent; and limestone 10 percent; plus some clay and peat pellets and blue marl; a filled cavern and honeycomb zone...... 145 -149 Cavern.................................................................. 149 -150 Sand, as above, 50 percent; and limestone 50 percent; abundant peat; a filled honeycomb zone................................................. 150 -155 Limestone, white, very hard; granular, dolomitized; and sand from above; fossils less eroded than before; Amnhisteeina pinarensis, Fabiania cubensis (eroded), profuse miliolids................................... 155 -160 Limestone, as above; and sand from above, approximately 70 percent of sample; abundant eroded Crystal River fauna, plus miliolids, echinoid plates, Amphistegina pinarensis..................................... 160 -168 Loose sand heaving into hole prevents further drilling................... 168 104

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Table 2. Continued. Well 816-146-1* (W-4689) Depth, in feet Material below land surface Undifferentiated: Sand, black; top soil..................................................... 0 -3 Clay, red-brown-white; tough, sandy........................................ 3 -13 Clay, white...................... ......................................... 13 -20 Clay, rose-red.................... ....................................... 20 -24 Clay, whitej coarse sandy and medium gravel............................... 24 -40 Clay, white, soft; sandy.... ............................................... 40 -70 Clay, blue; tough....................................................... 70 -79 Limestone, very soft; shells, chalky matrix; [Crystal River -Williston Formations cavity at bottom...................................... .79 -1454 Williston Formation: Limestone, white, hard; finely granular; dolomitized; profuse miliolids and abundant Crystal River fauna from above, plus Fabiania cubensis, Amphisteeina g inarensis, echinoid spines. (first sample)................ 145 -150 Inglis Formation: Limestone, as above very hard; and 20 percent coarse to fine, red-stained quartz sand from cavity at 145 ft; and fragments of dark gray, dense, sandy limestone from 79 -145 ft....................................... 150 -157 Limestone, tan, very hard; highly dolomitized; granular; sparse loose sand; profuse miliolids, Fabiania cubensis, small Peronella sp ....... 157 -163 Limestone, as above, hard; dolomitized; abundant Leoidocyclina sp. Dictvoconus cookei (eroded), Peronella dalli, and Discorinonsis eunteri. 163 -175 Limestone, as above, hard to moderately soft; Anmoseirata(?) lewensis fragments of Lepidocyclina sp. ronella s, Periarchus(7) sp., profuse eroded ]ictvoconus cookei and Coskinolina floridaua............. 175 -181 Limestone, as above; with larger pieces of darker brimn rubble; fauna as above, plus Discorinonsis gunteri, Fabiania cubensis, some uneroded Dictvoconus sp. and Coskinolina sp ........ ........................... 181 -200 Avon Park Limestone: Limestone, (no sample) tan to gray-brown, moderately soft; fragments of Peronella sp., Lenidocvylina sp., and uneroded Dictvoconus cookei and Coskinolina floridana...................... ............................. 200 -211 Limestone, cream, soft; more chalky matrix than above; miliolid-rich, with profuse Avon Park fauna, and Inglis fauna from above.................. 211 -232 Limestone, as above; Discorinosis untri Peronella sp., Lituonella floridana Spirolina coryenis.......................... ...... 232 -241 Limestone, as above; profuse Dictvoconus cookei, Coskinolina floridana, Lituonella floridana, Peronella fragments, Valvulina intermedia......... 241 -249 Limestone, as above; coarse cuttings; fauna as above, miliolid-rich, iolina orvensis................................................... 249 -277 Limestone, as above; hard in lower part; some dark brown, hard, dolomitized limestone................................................... 277 -286 Limestone, brown, hard, very finely crystalline, highly dolomitized; coarse cuttings; abundant Dictvoconus cookei Coskinolina floridana..... 286 -303 Limestone, as 286-303; finer cuttings; much cream limestone from above (Inglis)................................ ......... ................... 303 -312 Limestone, as above; with abundant cream-white limestone contamination from Ocala Group........................................................ 312 -332 Limestone, as above; saccharoidal crystalline texture; a few brown clay pellets; fauna as above................................................. 332 -342 Limestone, as above, moderately soft; uniformly fine cuttings.............. 342 -345 Limestone, light tan to white, moderately soft; dolomitic; Avon-Park and Inglis fauna.......................... .................................. 345 -369 Limestone, as above; with some dark brown and dolomite from above; cuttings more coarse; some thin clay streaks................................ 369 -377 Limestone, as above; dolomitic......................................... 377 -388 Cavern, no cuttings returned in bailer.................................... 388 -389 Sand, quartz; and dark brown clay and silt; dolomite and limestone fragments; much dark brown peat; thinly laminated silts; a filled cavern. Sand flowing into well-bore prevents further drilling.......... 389 -401 1/ Log of well from 0 to 145 feet by driller, no samples collected. 105

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Table 3. Waer-Le.ve Meosur..nt of Lake and Springs in Polk County, Florida Water levels Measurements in feet above or below (-) measuring point or gage zero. Wind condition: c, calm; i, light; m, moderate; s, strong. Symbols: *, additional data available from Surface Water Branch, U.S. Geoldgical Survey, Ocala, Florida, Water W Water IIater ] Water WI ater Date level Date level Date level Date level Date level Lake Ariana at Auburndale* Measuring point: Staff gage on northeast shore of lake on property of Walter Caldwell, 47 feet lakeward of sea vall; on west side of Fla. Hwy. 559 approximately 250 feet northerly around lake from junction of McNichols Ave. in Auburndale. Gage zero is 132.14 feet above mean sea level. 2-5-58 3.8a 79-58 3.95 1-21-59 3.34m 64-59 4.42i 10-23-59 4.90s 2-26-58 4.13i 7-24-58 3.921 35-59 3.64i 7-20-59 4.54m 113-59 4.67c 3-19-58 4.23c 98-58 3.82c 3-20-59 4.43c 8-21-59 4.61c 11-30-59 4.34c 56-58 4.lim 10-23-58 3.351 4-20-59 4.45m 9-10-59 4.43c 25-68 4.55m 6-19-58 3-84i 129-58 3.24c Lake Beulah at Lakeland Measuring point: A 2-inch chiseled square on lakeward end of brick and concrete storm drain, about 30 feet west of vest curb of Lake Beulah Drive at E. Lime St. Measuring point is 180.23 feet above mean sea level. 5-26-54 1-0.60 9-10-54 1-0.091 10-28-54 -0.57c 11-30-54 -0.63c 79-56 -2.00c 7-23-54 .18 9-28-54 -.061 11-15-54 -.471 12-22-54 -.84c 5-15-57 .24 7-27-54 .03 10-13-54 -.22i 11-18-54 -.49c 18-55 -1.04 11-20-59 .15 7-30-54 .03c Lake Gibson north of Lakeland Measuring point: Top of extreme northeast corner of pavillion floor, lakevard of the corner post, on the pier at the Carpenters'Home,U.S. Hwy. 98, Lakeland, Fla. Measuring point is 146 feet above mean sea level. 7-30-54 -2.77c 10-12-54 -3,20s 69-56 -4.98c 108-57 -1.30m 3-24-59 -1.49m 9-10-54 -3001i 11-15-54 -3.401 75-56 -5.031 10-21-58 -3.53m. 114-59 -2.85m 9-28-54 -2.97i 12-22-54 -3.311 Lake Hancock near Highland City* Measuring point: Staff gage at old fish camp on vest shore of lake at the end of Malloy Cemetery road east from U.S. Huy. 98 at a point 0.55 mile northwest of junction with Clubhouse Drive. Gage zero is 92.75 feet above mean sea level. 2-24-58 4.57 7-24-58 4.11c 1-19-59 5.18c 7-16-59 5.98c 123-59 4.941 3-25-58 5.2698-58 4.27c 33-59 5.42c 99-59 5.07c 12-23-59 5.081 56-58 4.48c 10-23-58 4.101 4-17-59 6.15m 10-22-59 5.93c 24-60 5.181 6-19-58 3.96c 129-58 4.28m 5-29-59 5.48s Lake Hunter at Lakeland Measuring point: A 2-inch chiseled square on top of lakeward side of control wall at lake outlet on southwest end of lake, 2 inches toward control notch from right wing of culvert wall. Measuring point is 162.95 feet above mean sea level. 5-26-54 -0.32 9-28-54 -0.52c 11-18-54 -0.60c 4-27-56 -2.00 10-21-58 -0.96c -7-754 -.15c 10-13-54 -.65c 11-30-54 -.67m 79-56 -.56c 3-23-59 -.32c 7-30-54 -.14 10-28-54 -.84c 12-22-54 -.72c 5-17-57 .02c 11-20-59 -.87c 9-10-54 -.63c 11-15-54 -.61c 18-55 -.72c 107-57 -.35c Lake Mattie Marsh east of Polk City Measuring point: On Fla. Hwy. 557, approximately 3.9 miles east of Polk City, and 0.3 mile west of Evans Packing House. State Road Dept. bronze bench mark in top of north concrete culvert headuall. Measuring point is 136.72 feet above mean sea level. 105-59 -3.43c 10-27-59 -3.c 106

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Table 3. Continued water water | IWater Dt Iwater Water Date Ilevel I Date |level Dat level Date level g Date level Lake Mirror at Lakeland Heasuring point: A 2-inch chiseled square on top of lakeward edge of concrete handrail above retainer wall, on north-northwest side of lake, about 100 feet southerly aroud lake from concrete steps leading to walkway, and 3 feet southerly from fourth lamp post from steps. Measuring point is 183.42 feet above mean sea level. 5-27-54 -4.77 9-10-54 -4.93c 11-15-54 -4.79c 18-55 -4.97c 10-21-58 -4.93c 7-23-54 -4.99 9-28-54 -4.93c 11-18-54 -4.94c 79-56 -4.88c 3-23-59 -4.78c 7-27-54 -4.87 10-13-54 -4.98c 11-30-54 -4.93c 5-17-57 -4.70c 11-19-59 -4.87c 7-30-54 -4.90c 10-28-54 -5.14c 12-22-54 -4.95 107-57 -4.93c Lake Norton at Lakeland Measuring point: A 2-inch chiseled square in center of lakeward edge of concrete headwall for 24-inch culvert in Lake Morton, about 15 feet lakeward frm shoreline, on north edge of lake, in line with an unnamed street one block long which enters Lake Iorton Drive between Iowa and Indiana Avenues, in the city of Lakeland. Measuring point is 179.16 feet above mean sea level. 5-27-54 -1.70 i 9-28-54 -1.581i 12-22-54 -2.60c 9-23-55 -l.llc 107-57 -0.32c 7-23-54 -1.60m 10-13-54 -1.83c 18-55 -2.79c 4-25-56 -2.65c 10-21-58 -1.61c 7-27-54 -1.44 10-28-54 -2.19c 22-55 -2.811 79-56 -1.12c 3-23-59 .38c 7-30-54 -1.39c 11-15-54 -2.15c | 3-10-55 -2.86c 5-17-57 + .09c 11-20-59 -.771 9-10-54 -1.551 11-30-54 -2.39c 48-55 -2.53c Kissengen Springs near Bartow* Spillway: 0, open; C, closed; P, partially blocked. Flow: F, flowing; N, no flow; L, leaking. Measuring point: Staff gage in spring pool near south wall of concrete spillway. Gage zero is 71.82 feet above mean sea level. 16-59 14.430F 1-26-59 14.20CL 29-59 14.21 3-10-59 16.32P 9-10-59 15.90 19-59 14.340F 1-28-59 14.48, 2-16-59 14.10 4-20-59 15.84F 10-23-59 16.96 1-15-59 14.200F 1-30-59 14.48L 2-24-59 14.19F 63-59 15.28F 124-59 14.36 1-16-59 14.420F 22-59 14.42Cl 34-59 15.78F 7-17-59 17.20F 25-60 14.3 CB 1-21-59 14.14 | 107

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Table 4. Wate-L.eel Measuwments of Wells in the Nonartesian Aquifer, Polk County, Florida Depth to water reported in feet below land surface. See table 1 for details of vells. Symbols: a well being pumped when measured; b, well pumped recently; c, nearby well being pumped when measured; d, nearby well pumped recently; f, well dry; h, plugged; n, no record; u, measurement by unweighted steel tape. Well Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date level 757-157-1 76-54 10.89 99-54 11.00 11-11-54 11.68 1-31-55 11.82 7-29-54 10.84 10-11-54 10.93 12-21-54 11.80 801-153-1 10-27-54 9.34 12-21-54 10.72 47-55 11.56 6-26-56 f 11-15-54 9.88 21-55 11.38 5-21-55 11.95 11-17-59 3.88 11-30-54 10.28 39-55 11.09 6-27-55 11.94 802-149-2 5-22-55 7.37 10-20-55 6.47 1-28-56 7.56 51-56 8.90 6-28-55 7.00 123-55 7.85 3-19-56 8.07 6-25-56 9.20 8-31-55 6.49 802-151-4 12-21-54 10.79 39-55 12.37 5-21-55 14.02 6-27-55 11.98 21-55 11.90 47-55 11.59 802-153-2 76-54 7.58 9-28-54 7.60 11-30-54 8.76 47-55 9.49 7-19-54 7.51 10-11-54 7.79 12-21-54 9.06 5-21-55 9.73 7-30-54 7.33 10-27-54 8.19 21-55 9.37 6-26-56 h S9 -54 7.48 11-12-54 8.59 39-55 9.14 802-154-1 76-54 6.82bd 9-28-54 5.85 12-21-54 7.40b 47-55 7.32 7-19-54 6.62bd 10-11-54 6.51 21-55 7.80a 5-17-55 8.95a 7-30-54 6.17bd 10-27-54 7.24 39-55 7.73 6-26-56 9.56 99-54 6.49 11-12-54 7.47 802-154-9 6-28-56 9.86 11-17-59 7.22 802-154-12 6-29-55 11.44 6-27-56 13.75 802-156-1 7-30-54 4.00b 10-12-54 3.84b 5-19-55 5.89b 6-30-56 6.60b 9-28-54 4.02b 803-150-6 10-19-55 1.83 3-15-56 2.51 67-56 f 7-18-56 2.00 11-30-55 2.07 4-30-56 f 6-26-56 f 11-24-59 1.77 1-27-56 1.65 323-153-2 10-27-54 10.68 22-55 13.06 48-55 14.65 6-29-55 15.83 11-15-54 11.17 3-10-55 13.97 5-17-55 14.88 6-26-56 16.28 12-22-54 12.03 BQ3-153-7 67-54 11.02c 7-19-54 10.88c 9-28-54 12.10c 11-15-54 13.03 6-18-54 9.77 7-30-54 11.16 10-11-54 11.65 11-30-54 f 76-54 11.07c 99-54 11.26 10-27-54 12.25d 12-22-54 f 803-133-24 5-17-55 7.49 6-27-56 10.22 803-154-1 6-18-54 5.22 5-19-55 8.07 6-26-56 9.93 803-154-2 6-18-54 5.53 10-27-54 6.55 5-17-55 6.85 3-20-56 6.79 76-54 5.94 11-15-54 5.91 6-29-55 8.27 51-56 7.58 7-19-54 5.53 12-22-54 6.16 8-31-55 4.81 6-27-56 7.92 7-30-54 4.87 22-55 5.85 10-20-55 5.68 8-30-56 4.43 99-54 5.75 3-10-55 6.18 123-55 6.00 10-22-56 4.29 9-28-54 5.00 47-55 5.65 1-28-56 5.69 11-17-59 5.41 10-11-54 5.78 803-157-3 6-30-56 5.91u 11-19-59 4.63u 804-151-2 39-55 14.43 48-55 14.00 5-23-55 15.67 6-25-56 15.55 804-151-9 9-23-55 4.34 3-19-56 7.47 8-30-56 7.98 37-57 5.24 10-20-55 5.36 51-56 8.19 10-22-56 5.31 51-57 3.58 123-55 5.91 6-25-56 8.39 124-56 6.51 63-57 1.38 1-28-56 6.59 7-18-56 7.48 1-24-57 7.18 108

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Table 4. Continued Well Water Water Water ;acer number Date level Date level Date level Date l.'el 804-152-1 8-31-55 6.15 3-19-56 8.40 37-57 6.09 8-26-57 2.49 9-23-55 5.25 51-56 9.41 51-57 4.15 2-13-58 3.46 10-20-55 6.02 67-56 9.88 63-57 3.18 3-26-58 2.56 123-55 6.16 6-25-56 9.98 7-15-57 3.29 11-23-59 2.66 1-28-56 7.90 S804-153-1 8-15-55 9.46 123-55 3.43 37-57 2.18 92-57 1.73 8-16-55 7.63 1-28-56 3.32 51-57 1.79 101-57 1.11 8-31-55 5.03 3-19-56 4.40 63-57 2.07 2-13-58 1.75 9-23-55 2.46 51-56 5.26 7-15-57 1.47 3-26-58 1.21 10-20-55 2.80 6-25-56 5.62 8-26-57 1.44 11-16-59 1.98 804-153-7 6-18-54 7.98 10-11-54 10.25 48-55 15.18 1-28-56 12.48 76-54 8.67 10-27-54 10.80 5-17-55 15.23 3-19-56 13.84 7-19-54 8.15 11-15-54 11.44 6-29-55 16.02 51-56 15.40 7-30-54 8.40 12-22-54 12.57 8-31-55 11.03 6-26-56 16.96 99-54 9.21 22-55 13.59 10-20-55 9.87 11-16-59 4.34 9-28-54 9.85 3-10-55 14.55 123-55 10.80 804-154-1 5-17-55 10.03 6-26-56 h 804-154-2 6-18-54 2.36 99-54 4.39 11-15-54 2.84 48-55 3.23 76-54 2.55 9-28-54 2.17 12-22-54 3.13 5-19-55 4.15 7-19-54 2.71 10-12-54 3.06 2-22-55 2.95 6-28-56 3.67 7-30-54 2.08 10-27-54 3.83 3-10-55 3.40 804-154-3 6-18-54 2.29 99-54 2.51 11-15-54 2.40 48-55 2.78 76-54 2.32 9-28-54 2.20 12-22-54 2.83 5-19-55 3.22 7-19-54 2.17 10-11-54 2.40 2-22-55 2.54 6-29-55 3.89 7-30-54 1.84 10-27-54 2.78 3-10-55 2.76 804-154-9 11-15-54 9.32 22-55 9.36 48-55 10.08 6-26-56 11.95 12-22-54 9.81 3-10-55 9.68 5-17-55 10.37 11-16-59 5.84 804-154-16 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1955 Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Hay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1 5.54 6.55 6.84 2 5.57 6.57 6.86 3 _6.28 5.61 6.59 6.89 4 6.18 5.64 6.61 6.92 5 __6.09 5.68 6.63 6.95 6 6.01 5.71 6.65 6.97 7 5.94 5.75 6.67 6.99 8 5.75 5.79 6.70 7.02 9 5 .52 5.8 6.72 7.04 10 5.52 5.86 6.73 7.06 11 __ _5.52 5.90 6.71J 7.07 12 5.52 5.94 6.70 7.09 13 5.16 5.97 6.66 7.10 14 __ 4.99 6.00 6.63 7.13 15 1 4.,97 6.15 6.61 7 7.15 16. 4.97 6.17 6.61 7.19 17 4.99 6.19 6.60 1 7.21 18 5.02 6.22 6.60 _ 7.22 19 _8.01 5.06 6.24 6.61 1 7.24 20 7.28 5.10 6.26 6.62 7.25 21 7.04 5.13 6.29 6.64 7.28 22 __ 5.17 6.32 6.67 7.29 23 n 5.22 6.35 6.69 7.31 24 n 5.26 6.37 6.72 7.33 25 n 5.,30 6.40 6.74 + 7.36 26 n 5.35 6.42 6.76 7.38 27 n 5.39 6.45 6.78 i7.40 28 n 5.43 6.48 6.81 7.42 29 _n 5.47 6.50 6.82 7.44 30 __ _5.50 6.52 6.82 7.45 S31 6.54 1 -7.46 109

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Table 4Continued 804-154-16 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1956 IDav Jan. I Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aur. Sept. Oct. Nov. e I 71.48 ! 7.87 8.15 8.69 9.21 9.84 10.40 9.92 8.90 6.09 5... 6. j 2 1 7.50 1 7.87 8.16 8.70 9.22 9.85 10.41 9.93 8.77 n 5.66 6. 4 3i L.5_ J 7.87 28.-17 8.74 9.26 9.85 10.40 9.93 8.66 n 5n69 6,__ 4 7.53 7.87 8.19 8.76 9.27 9.85 10,41 9.92 8.52 .n 5.72 6.61 5 7.55 7.87 8.21 8.77 9.31 9.94 10.42 9.91 8.40 n 5.75 6.63 6 7.56 7.88 8.23 8.78 9.34 9.95 10.42 989 822 n 5.79 6.66 _7 7.5 7.90 8.24 8.80 9.36 9.97 10.40 9.86 8.14 n 5.82 4.68 ' 7.60I 7.91 8.25 8.82 9.39 9.98 10.34 9.83 8.03 n 5.86 6.70 9 7.62 7.91 8.29 8.84 9.41 10.00 10.27 n 7.87 n 5.89 .72 10 7.64 7.92 8.32 8.86 9.43 10.02 10.21 n 7.67 n 5.93 6.75 iLL 7.65 7.93 8.33 8.88 9.44 10.04 10.14 n 7.47 n 5.96 6.77 1 7.67 7.94 8.35 8.88 9.46 10.06 10.09 n 7.34 6.10 5.99_ , '3 7.69 7.95 8.36 8.89 9.48 10.07 10.03 n 7.25 6.10 6 .02 82 S.70 7.96 8.38 8.90 9.50 10.10 10.00 n 7.18 6.11 6.05 6.84_ 1; 7.72 7.97 8.39 8,93 9.52 10-11 9.97 n 7I13T 6,13 6.08 i,86 7.73 7.98 8.41 8.95 9.54 10.13 9.94 n 7.12 6.11 1 6.88 17 T.75 7.98 8.43 I 8.97 9.56 10.16 9.93 n 7.11 5.96 6.14 6.91 71 .T7 7.99 8.45 8.99 9.58 10.18 9.91 n 7.05 5.84 6.16 6. 93. 9 7.79 801 8.46 9.00 9.59 10.19 9.90 n n 5.75 6.19 6.95 20 7.81 8.03 8.48 n 9.62 10.21 9.89 n n 5.68 6.21 6.97 1 7.83 8.05 8.50 a 9.63 10.23 9.89 a a 5.63 6.25 i 6.99 2 7.35 8 8.07 8.52 n 9.65 10.25 9.89 9.46 n 5.58 6.31 7.01 2 7.87 8.08 8.54 n 9.67 10.25 9.89 9.43 n 5.57 6.33 7.03 2ý 7.88 8.10 8.56 a n 9.69 10.27 9.89 9.39 n 5.57 6.36 7.05. 25 7.88 8.11 8.58 I n 9.70 10.29 9.89 9.35 n 5.57 6.39 7.08 2 7.88 8.12 8.59 n 9.73 10.30 9.89 9.31 n 5.57 6.41 7.10 27 7.88 8.13 8.61 n 9.74 10.33 9.90 9.28 6.20 5.57 6.44 7.12 Z' 7.88 8.14 8.62 I n 9.77 10.35 9.91 9.25 6.16 5.57 6.46 7.14 "9 7.87 8.14 8.64 i n 9.78 10.38 9.91 9.18 6.12 5.58 6.49 7.16 30 7.37 8.66 n i 9.81 10.39 9.91 9.12 6.10 5.59 6.51 7.18 7 7 8.68 i 982 9.91 9.01 5.61 7.211 804-154-16 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1957 ay. Tan A e b. Mar AprMy June Jul Au. Sp. net. Nov. ner S.23 7.73 an 6.10 5.73 n 5.40 5.06 4.36 3.22 n n S7.25 7.74 n 6.08 5.71 n 5.40 4.97 4.39 3.02 n n S7.27 7.74 n i 6.05 5.68 n 5.40 4.85 4.42 2.80 n n 1 7.30 7.75 n 6.01 5.65 n 5.41 4.73 4.46 2.72 n n 5 7.32 7.76 n 5.97 5.64 n 5.42 4.62 4.45 2.71 n n 6 7.34 7.77 n 5.95 5.63 n 5.44 4.51 4.30 2.71 nn n 7 7.36 7.78 7.00 5.93 5.63 5.15 5.46 4.40 4.40 2.72 n n 3 7.38 .79 6.95 5.92 5.6 5.15 5.49 4.33 3.93 2.75 i S7. 8 690 5.92 5.64 5.16 5.52 4.30 3.76 2.0 ! L 3 7.81 6.86 5.92 1 5.66 8 5.17 5.53 4.29 1 3.62 2.87 _ n n S 7.45 7.82 6.83 5.92 5.68 1 5.17 5.54 4.28 3.56 2.95 I n 2 7.48 7.83 6.80 5.92 5.67 I 5.19 5.49 4.29 3.54 3.03 n 13 7.51 7.84 6.78 5.91 5.62 5.19 5.38 4.29 3.54 3.09 na n -4 7.53 7.86 6.77 5.89 5.41 5.20 5.31 4.30 3.55 3.15 n I n :5 7.55 7.88 6.75 i 5.88 a 5.22 5.25 4.32 3.43 3.20 n n i_ 7.57 7.89 6.75 i 5.87 n 5.24 5.20 4.34 3.26 3.25 ! n n 75 159 7 91 6. 74 5.87 n 5.26 5.18 4.38 3.16 3.30 I n -L 61Z. 7.92 6.74 5.87 n n 517 4 .43 3.10 3.36 n _n :9 7.65 7.94 6.74 5.86 n 5.32 5.17 4.48 3.07 3.40 n n S 7.66 7.95 .74 5.3 n 5.34 5.18 4.53 3.06 1 3.46 I n n --768 7.96 6.75 1 5.79 n 5.37 5.18 4.57 3.06 3.50 n I -L 7.93 6.69 5.75 n 5.40 5.19 4.62 3.08 3.56 n i n I 7.71 7.86 6.56 5.72 n 5.42 5.20 4.66 3.11 3.31 a n .. 7.78 6.44 5.69 n 5.44 5.22 4.50 3.16 3.66 n n 1 25 a 7.69 6.33 5.68 n 5.47 5.24 4.37 3.19 3.70 n 5.58 I S 7.64 626 1 5.68 n 5.50 5.26 4.372 3.2 3.74 n 5.61 Si 6.20 5.68 n 5.52 5.28 4.30 3.29 3.78 n 5. 62 S n 6.16 5.68 n 5.52 5. 4.3 3.33 3.82 n 5.63 7 .7.2; --6.13 5.70 n 5.47 5.30 4.30 3.33 n n 5.63 0 T72 I t 72 n 5.4.3 5.27 4.31 3.27 n n 5.64 -7 772 , 6.11 1 n 5.16 4.33 n 5b.64a 110

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Table 4. Continued 804-154-16 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1958 Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr Ma June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. 1 5.64 4.84 4.78 4.50 4.68 5.37 5.71 6.38 7.17 6.33 7.30 7.60 2 5.65 4.85 4.70 4.50 4.72 5.40 5.70 6.41 7.18 6.37 7.28 7.63 3 5.66 4.85 4.65 4.50 4.76 5.43 5.69 6.43 7.20 6.42 7.24 7.65 _ 5.66 4.87 4.63 4.50 4.80 5.45 5.66 6.46 7.15 6.45 7.21 7.66_ 5.67 4.90 4.61 4.50 4.83 5.48 5.63 6.49 7.10 6.49 7.20 7.68 6 5.68 4.93 4.60 4.51 4.87 5.52 5.60 6.52 7.06 6.53 7.20 7.70_ 7 5.66 4.97 4.60 4.53 4.91 5.56 n 6.55 6.94 6.57 7.20 7.72 S5.62 4.99 4.60 4.56 4.95' 5.60 5.56 6.57 n 6.61 7.20 7.74 9 5.57 5.02 4.60 4.60 4.98 5.64 5.56 6.61 n 6.65 7.20 ' 7.76 10o 5.54 5.06 4.60 4.49 5.03 5.68 5.56 6.65 n 6.69 7.21 7.78 j 5.53 5.09 4.62 4.39 5.08 5.70 5.58 6.68 M 6.72 7.22 7.80 12 n _ 5.12 4.65 4.32 5.10 5.77 5.61 6.69 n 6.75 7.23 7.81 .3 5.15 4.68 4.30 5.12 5.82 5.64 6.71 n 6.79 7.25 7.83 14 5.45 5.18 4.70 4.30 5.12 5.86 5.67 6.73 n 6.83 7.27 7.84 15 5.40 5.21 4.71 4.30 5.11 5.91 5.72 6.73 n 6.86 7.29 ' 7.85 16 _n 5.23 4.71 4.30 5.11 5.95 5.77 6.77 n 6.90 7.31 7.88 L7 n 5.25 4.72 4.30 5.11 6.00 5.81 6.79 n 6.93 7.33 7.89 A1F ; n 5.26 n 4.31 5.11 5.05 5.87 6.81 n 6.97 7.37 _ 7.91 :19 n 5.27 n 4.32 5.13 6.09 5.92 6.83 n 6.99 7.38 7.92' 20 n 529 n 4.35 5.16 6.14 5.96 6.86 n 7.03 7.39 7.93 2i n 5.30 4.68 4.39 5.19 6.19 6.00 6.87 n 7.06 7.42 : 7.95 22 n 5.32 4.65 4.42 5.21 6.23 6.04 6.90 a 7.06 7.44 7.98 2 n 5.33 4.65 4.44 5.22 6.24 6.08 6.93 6.17 7.09 7.46 8.00 ?24 n 5.35 4.63 4.46 5.24 6.22 6.11 6.95 6.17 7.11 7.47 I 8.02 25 n 5.36 4.59 4.47 5.25 6.14 6.15 6.97 6.17 7.14 I7.49 8.04 26 n 5.30 4.55 4.50 5.26 6.02 6.19 7.00 6.18 7.16 7.51 8.05 27 n 5.06 4.52 4.53 5.28 6.00 6.22 7.03 6.19 7.18 7.53 8.07 28 i 4.90 4.88 4.50 4.56 5.29 5.81 6.25 7.05 6.22 7.21 7.55 8.07 29 4.86 --4.50 4.60 5.31 5.75 6.29 7.08 6.23 7.24 7.56 8.04 30 4.85 450 4.64 5.33 5.74 6.32 7.11 36.28 7.27 7.59 7.99 21 I 4.84 1 4.50 5-.35f .3 7.15 7.28 I I 7 93 804-154-16 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1959 fayl Jan. Feb. Mar. .Apr. May June July Aug. .SRt.Oct. -Nov.Der. 1 7.88 n 6.98 n _ S7.82 n 6.77 4.30 ____ 1 7.70 n _6.73 _____ 4.50 S1 7.50 n n . 5 7.31 n n 6 7.17 |n 2.97_ 7 7.07 n n n 8 6.99 n n_ 2I 66 "n___ _ I _ ....___an n 15 n 6.76 n 16 6.95 6.77 n 3.10 4.04 i7__ 696 __ 6.80 n 3,30 1i 6.96 6.82 4.65 ___ 19 i 6.98 6.85 4.21 i0 6.99 6.88 ____ 21I 7.00 6.92 n _... 2~ 7.01 6.95 n _3.09 231 7.02 6.98 n 24 7.03 7.00 n__ ___ 25 7.03 7.03 n 26 6.97 7.05 22 6.88 7.08 n S6.79 7.10 a 6.74 --n 4.18 30111 111

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Table 4. Continued Si Water Wattr Water nuber Date Level Date l. v.l .: level DuOe 804-154-16 24-60 5.60 15-61 5.43 804-155-1 76-54 6.43 99-54 6.556 10-28-54 7.32b 12-22-54 8.11b 7-19-54 6.70 9-28-54 7.32 11-15-54 7.59 22-55 8.42 7-30-54 6.35b 10-12-54 6.84 805-150-1 8-31-55 2.63 10-20-55 2.55 5. 1-56 4.55 6-25-56 4.63 9-23-55 1.12 3-19-56 3.68 6-19-56 4.47 805-153-1 8-17-55 13.94 7-17-56 17.23 115-57 13.70 12-30-57 16.76 91-55 15.40 11-57 18.35 11-25-57 16.44 3-25-58 11.87 9-23-55 13.70 51-57 15.68 122-57 17.38 5-29-58 14.26 S3-20-56 16.61 101-57 11.24 12-24-57 17.14 119-58 11.39 6-28-56 17.93 10-28-57 12.83 805-154-1 7-16-56 £ 119-59 3.96 805-156-1 8-10-55 8.20 12-27-55 6.02 6-28-56 9.08 3-24-58 3.15 S8-15-55 9.11 13-56 6.32 7-17-56 9.09 4-21-58 3.00 9-23-55 4.72 4-11-56 7.75 3-17-58 3.50 805-L57-4 76-54 7.15b 9-28-54 7.33b 12-22-54 9.32b 5-19-55 10.74b 7-19-54 7.47b 10-12-54 7.77b 2-2-2-55 13.91a 6-29-55 11.91b 7-30-541 7.00b 10-28-54 8.32b 3-10-55 9.52b 6-30-56 12.63b 99-54 7.67b 11-15-54 8.74b 48-55 10.24b 805-137-13 6-30-56 2.68u 115-59 6.56u 806-149-5 1-27-56 15.47 67-56 14.45 6-12-57 11.39 7-15-57 11.80 3-19-56 16.08 6-25-56 14.84 79-57 11.61 11-23-59 6.64 51-56 15.98 86-155-. 76-54 5.09 7-30-54 4.48 99-54 5.52 9-28-54 3.99 7-19-54 5.48 806-155-5 6-18-54 4.06 10-12-54 4.82 48-55 6.80 1-28-56 6.80 76-54 5.00 10-28-54 5.60 5-19-55 8.53 3-20-56 7.63 7-19-54 5.37 11-15-54 5.47 6-29-55 8.16 51-56 8.44 7-30-54 4.34 12-22-54 5.73 91-55 6.04 6-28-56 9.30 99-54 5.40 22-55 5.94 10-20-55 6.08 115-59 3.89 9-28-54 3.84 3-10-55 6.33 123-55 6.44 8U-L55-7 8-18-55 13.53 10-22-56 8.56 12-30-57 8.76 33-59 10.58 91-55 7.69 124-56 9.56 2-12-58 8.27 4-17-59 6.70 9-23-55 6.71 1-24-57 10.50 3-25-58 7.70 61-59 6.89 10-20-55 7.69 37-57 10.88 56-58 7.42 7-16-59 4.67 123-55 8.22 52-57 9.40 6-19-58 8.48 99-59 6.16 L1-56 9.11 63-57 8.80 7-24-58 8.93 10-22-59 4.56 3-20-56 9.72 7-15-57 9.48 98-58 9.64 115-59 5.10 5L-56 10.30 8-26-57 8.84 10-23-58 10.47 123-59 6.01 6-28-56 11.10 108-57 6.55 12-10-58 11.26 24-60 7.30u 8-30-56 10.75 11-18-57 7.52 1-19-59 10.74 16-61 5.07 806-156-1 8-19-55 5.80 124-56 6.54 3-25-58 3.33 33-59 5.22 91-55 4.50 1-24-57 7.09 3 4-21-58 3.50 4-17-59 3.31 9-23-55 4.77 37-57 6.75 t 4-28-58 3.76 61-59 3.69 10-20-55 5.27 51-57 5.64 5-27-58 4.25 7-16-59 2.63 123-55 5.60 63-57 4.47 6-19-58 5.40 99-59 3.55 1-28-56 6.04 7-15-57 5.62 7-24-58 5.31 10-22-59 2.52 S3-20-56 7.02 8-26-57 4.56 98-58 5.45 115-59 3.30 51-56 7.82 108-57 3.30 10-23-58 6.76 123-59 3.73 6-28-56 8.63 11-18-57 4.26 129-58 7.39 24-60 5.49u 7-16-56 8.61 12-30-57 4.68 1-19-59 6.29 16-61 4.67 8-30-56 7.80 22-58 4.09 112

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Table 4. Continued well Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date level 807-154-1 8-18-55 7.50 7-16-56 4.56 12-30-57 4.06 12-10-58 5.34 91-55 3.06 8-30-56 1.54 23-58 1.81 1-19-59 3.08 9-23-55 .67 10-22-56 .72 2-10-58 1.90 33-59 1.70 10-20-55 2.12 124-56 3.46 2-17-58 1.71 4-17-59 1.12 123-55 2.91 1-24-57 4.37 3-17-58 1.41 61-59 2.35 1-28-56 3.30 37-57 3.45 3-25-58 .61 7-16-59 .79 3-15-56 4.50 51-57 2.94 5-6-58 2.39 99-59 2.47 4-30-56 5.41 63-57 2.11 6-19-58 4.11 10-22-59 .45 6-30-56 6.07 7-15-57 3.38 7-24-58 3.34 11-11-59 1.81 76-56 5.41 8-26-57 .69 98-58 3.64 123-59 3.14 79-56 4.84 108-57 1.00 10-23-58 4.44 24-60 3.78u 7-10-56 4.75 11-18-57 3.43 808-155-2 6-22-55 7.78 1-24-57 8.01 2-19-58 5.79 12-16-58 9.05 91-55 4.94 37-57 8.77 3-17-58 5.23 1-15-59 7.98 10-19-55 4.58 51-57 7.18 4-14-58 4.36 2-13-59 7.74 11-30-55 5.00 63-57 6.74 5-13-58 5.15 3-18-59 6.54 1-27-56 5.93 7-10-57 7.59 69-58 5.68 4-13-59 4.22 3-15-56 6.92 82-57 6.73 77-58 5.25 61-59 4.87 4-30-56 7.90 92-57 5.25 7-25-58 5.80 7-16-59 2.51 69-56 8.66 101-57 4.12 8-25-58 6.73 9-11-59 3.21 6-28-56 9.00 10-28-57 4.24 9-22-58 7.17 10-22-59 2.21 8-30-56 8.62 11-25-57 5.01 10-21-58 8.00 123-59 3.61 10-22-56 6.11 1-28-58 5.31 11-17-58 8.56 24-60 4.94u 123-56 6.92 809-155-1 3-10-55 9.81 6-30-55 11.40 11-30-55 8.78 4-30-56 12.41 48-55 10.05 91-55 8.45 1-27-56 9.97 6-19-56 12.83 62-55 11.48 10-19-55 8.17 3-15-56 10.96 6-28-56 12.90 113

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Table 5. Watwr-Lvel Measurrents of Wells in the Upprmost Artesian Aquifer, Polk County, Florida Depth to wacar reported in feet below land surface. See table 1 for details of wells. Symbols: a. well being pumped when measured; b, well pumped recently; c, nearby veil being pumped when measured; 4, nearby well pumped recently; e, cannot measure; h, plugged. Well Water Water Water Water umbter Date level Date level Date level Date level 800-153-2 21-55 4.98 6-27-55 5.45 11-30-55 5.15c 51-56 6.85 39-55 5.47 8-31-55 3.67 1-27-56 5.71c 6-26-56 6.99 47-55 5.18 10-20-55 4.86 3-19-56 6.48c 11-18-59 3.42 5-21-55 6.25 801-154-2 76-54 11.54d 10-11-54 11.38d 39-55 13.36d 8-31-55 13.86d 7-19-54 11.804 10-27-54 11.90d 47-55 13.67d 10-20-55 13.61 7-30-54 11.76d 11-11-54 12.18d 5-17-55 13.72d -11-30-55 14.12 99-54 11.38d 12-21-54 12.67d 6-27-55 14.34d 6-27-56 17.53c 9-29-54 11.47d 21-55 13.094 802-153-13 5-17-55 23.77 6-26-56 21.73 803-150-3 9-13-55 1.86 11-30-55 3.87 4-30-56 7.00 7-18-56 4.06 9-23-55 2.05 1-27-56 3.98 67-56 7.04 11-24-59 2.38 10-19-55 3.28 3-15-56 4.74 6-26-56 8.42 803-153-37 6-18-54 7.54. 7-30-54 6.54 11-15-54 10.19b 22-55 12.81b 76-54 6.79 9-28-54 8.22b 11-22-54 10.93b 5-21-55 13.73 7-19-54 6.33a 804-153-2 67-54 5.58b 7-30-54 6.84 10-27-54 9.28 22-55 e 6-18-54 6.35b 99-54 7.67 11-15-54 10.02 10-20-55 8.79 76-54 7.15 9-28-54 8.32b 12-22-54 11.16 6-26-56 h 7-19-54 6.53b 10-11-54 7.78b 806-154-2 6-18-54 4.70 10-12-54 5.13 48-55 7.39 1-28-56 7.26 76-54 5.51 6-28-54 6.30 5-19-55 8.80 3-20-56 8.43 7-19-54 5.82 11-15-54 6.06 6-29-55 9.06 51-56 9.48 7-30-54 4.80 12-22-54 6.16 91-55 5.66 6-28-56 11.00 99-54 6.03 22-55 6.59 10-20-55 5.65 115-59 5.53 9-28-54 4.18 3-10-55 7.15 123-55 6.41 114 114

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Table 6. Water*LrlMeasuimmus of Wells i thi Seamdnay Artesian Aqui, Polk Coy, Florid Depth to water reported in feet below land surface. See table 1 for details of wells. Synbols: a, vell being puped whn measured; b, well pumped recently; c, nearby well being pmaped when measured; d nearby well umped recently; e, cannot measure; , measurement by unweighted steel tape. Well Water Water Water Water number Date level De Date eel Dte level Date level 757-156-2 10-18-55 19.91 1-27-56 21.65 4-30-56 24.31b 7-10-56 23.25 11-29-55 20.73 3-14-56 22.52 758-156-4 7-11-56 129.83u 12-29-59 110.49u 802-152-8 21-55 9.12 47-55 9.23 6-27-55 9.31 11-27-59 2.41 39-55 10.55 5-21-55 11.48 6-25-56 10.15 802-153-9 10-27-54 12.11 12-21-54 -14.37 47-55 13.63 6-27-55 13.80 11-12-54 13.90 2-1-55 15.32 5-21-55 15.15 6-26-56 13.02 11-30-54 14.26 ..39-55 15.08 802-153-12 5-17-55 27.50 1-28-5624.72 51-56 26.89 6-26-56 27.36 10-20-55 23.51 3-19-56 25.66 67-56 27.60 11-17-59 15.70 123-55 23.36 803-151-5 10-27-54 5.76 12-21-54 5.42 48-55 e 6-28-55 7.07 11-15-54 5.40 39-55 5.84 5-23-55 8.08 6-26-56 9.73 11-30-54 5.16 803-152-1 11-15-54 9.71 15-55 9.94 6-28-55 11.45 123-55 9.13 11-30-54 9.85 47-55 10.78 8-31-55 10.04 63-57 2.25 12-21-54 10.03 5-22-55 13.18 803-152-2 10-27-54 9.66d 12-21-54 10.28 47-55 11.02 6-26-56 12.41 11-15-54 9.98 21-55 11.79 5-22-55 13.44 11-24-59 2.04 11-30-54 10.10 39-55 11.88 10-20-55 9.41 803-152-3 6-26-56 12.87 11-24-59 2.10 803-153-31 5-17-55 25.35 10-20-55 19.94 3-19-56 22.58 1-26-56 26.47 6-29-55 24.78 123-55 19.56 51-56 24.87 11-16-59 12.64 8-31-55 23.05 1-28-56 21.37 803-154-12 10-27-54 4.55 12-22-54 5.07 22-55 4.85 48-55 4.87 11-15-54 4.47 15-55 5.23 3-10-55 4.98 5-18-55 4.82 11-30-54 4.88 803-154-25 15-55 16.26 47-55 17.51 6-27-56 18.77 11-16-59 9.79 22-55 17.36 5-17-55 16.86 803-154-34 99-59 3.26 11-16-59 4.00 2-460 4.58 16-61 4.91 10-22-59 2.82 123-59 4.26 804-149-5 21-55 12.59b 48-55 15.32b 5-23-55 14.09b 6-28-55 13.99b 39-55 13.48 804-150-1 119-59 5.00. 11-23-59 2.99u 804-151-7 3-15-55 10.30 123-55 a 1-24-57 10.84 9-10-59 6.19 47-55 9.82 51-56 12.40 37-57 8.36 10-23-59 4.75 5-23-55 11,86 6-25-56 12.47 47-59 5.79 114-59 6.34 6-28-55 10.73 8-30-56 11.02 4-20-59 6.63 123-59 7.44 8-31-55 9.24 10-22-56 7.73 64-59 7.44 25-60 7.23 10-20-55 8.60 124-56 9.62 7-20-59 5.60 804-152-2 12-20-55 14.29 51-56 17.83 63-57 9.52 2-13-58 8.42 1-28-56 14.43 6-25-56 18.19 77-57 9.19 3-26-58 7.75 2-29-56 16.58 37-57 12.08 8-26-57 8.35 11-23-59 6.34 3-19-56 16.83 51-57 10.34 115

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Table 6Continued att Water Water Water number Date level Date clvel DaLt level Date 804-L13-4 12-21-55 10.11 51-56 12.16 51-57 5.57 102-57 3.33 1-28-56 10.43 67-56 12.79 63-57 5.30 2-13-58 4.59 2-29-56 10.70 6-25-56 13.52 7-15-57 4.54 3-26-58 3.61 3-19-56 11.01 37-57 8.92 8-26-57 3.83 11-16-59 3.79 804-154-17' 128-55 12.48 1-24-57 11.48 2-19-58 8.40 2-13-59 10.02 12-15-55 9.40 2-15-57 14.01 3-17-58 7.98 3-18-59 6.86 1-13-56 10.22 37-57 10.54 4-14-58 6.92 43-59 6.19 1-28-56 10.08 3-15-57 12.60 5-13-58 7.81 46-59 7.74 27-56 10.05 52-57 9.00 69-58 11.49 4-17-59 7.13 3-20-56 10.49 63-57 8.58 77-58 9.05 5-29-59 7.45 51-56 12.22 7-15-57 8.14 7-25-58 10.24 7-16-59 6.67 65-56 13.58 8-26-57 8.02 8-25-58 12.67 99-59 7.15 6-26-56 13.89 101-57 5.97 9-22-58 9.44 10-22-59 6.05 82-56 15.43 10-28-57 6.81 10-21-58 10.41 11-16-59 8.32 8-30-56 13.87 11-25-57 8.14 11-17-58 11.33d 123-59 8.24 10-22-56 9.58 12-24-57 9.37c 12-16-58 10.48 24-60 8.62 11-21-56 10.56 1-28-58 7.46 1-15-59 10.17 15-61 11.23 1-18-57 11.92 805-15.-2 6-28-56 9.25 119-59 4.78u 805-156-2 12-27-55 16.15 6-28-56 20.13 2-20-57 18.57 4-21-58 13.48 13-56 16.17 7-17-56 19.93 3-17-58 14.76 119-59 13.16 4-11-56 19.32 806-1L9-6 3-19-56 19.90 6-25-56 19.55 7-15-57 16.39 11-23-59 13.19 51-56 20.20 6-13-57 16.27 806-155-2 76-54 11.54 7-30-54 11.13 9-28-54 10.96a 10-12-54 11.40 7-19-54 11.78 99-54 11.85 807-1%-2 13-56 4.93 124-56 4.83 2-21-58 3.80 33-59 3.26 1-28-56 4.50 1-24-57 6.29 3-17-58 2.99 4-17-59 2.97 2-28-56 5.41 33-57 5.42 3-25-58 2.35 61-59 3.38 3-15-56 5.57d 51-57 4.68 56-58 3.89 7-16-59 2.60 S4-30-56 6.55 63-57 3.93 6-19-58 5.69 99-59 3.20 6-30-56 7.03 7-15-57 3.83 7-24-58 4.45 10-22-59 1.73 76-56 5.89 8-26-57 2.60 98-58 4.06 115-59 3.30 79-56 5.60 108-57 2.68 10-23-58 6.25 123-59 4.30 7-10-56 5.66 11-18-57 4.80 12-10-58 6.24 14-60 4.09 8-30-56 2.65 12-30-57 5.10 1-19-59 4.37 24-60 5.11 10-22-56 2.19 23-58 3.30 i 11 ..... ..... .i 116

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Table 7. Water-eel Metsarments of W'dls in the Floridn Aquifer, Polk Couny, Florida Depth to water reported in feet below land surface, except where measurement is preceded by +, above land surface. See table 1 for details of wells. Symbols: a, well being pumped hen measured; b, well pumped recently; c, nearby well being pumped when measured; d. nearby well pmped recently; e, cannot measure; g, measured by outside agency or person; h, plugged; k, measureent by airline or pressure gage; n, no record; u, measurement by unweighted steel tape; x, measureent from Water Supply Paper 773-C; y, easurement made with rubber tube and tape. Well water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date level 739-121-1 3-25-55 +19.2gk 7-11-55 +18.9gk 12-19-55 +18.2gk 5-15-56 +16.9gk 4-15-55 +19.2gk 8-16-55 +19.2gk 1-16-56 +17.9gk 7-16-56 +17.4gk 5-16-55 +18.7gk 9-14-55 +18.9gk 2-14-56 +17.7gk 8-20-56 +17.7gk 63-55 +17.9k 10-18-55 +19.4gk 3-15-56 +17.4gk 23-60 +19.6k 6-11-55 +17.9gk 11-16-55 +19.4gk 4-16-56 +17.4gk 739-121-2 3-25-55 +19.1&k 7-11-55 +18.9g 12-19-55 +18.2gk 5-15-56 +17.2gk 4-15-55 +19.1&k 8-16-55 +19.1gk 1-16-56 +17.7gk 7-16-56 +17.4gk 5-16-55 +18.7gk 9-14-55 +18.9gk 2-14-56 +17.7gk 8-20-56 +17.7gk 63-55 +18.2k 10-18-55 +19.4gk 3-15-56 +17.4g8 23-60 +18.9k 6-14-55 +17.71g 11-16-55 +19.4gk 4-16-56 +17.4gk 742-150-2 4-10-59 8.50 1-22-60 8.10 745-146-1 15-34 +14.3x 5-11-56 + .41 109-57 +10.82 1-20-59 +6.39 9-20-34 +16.4x 7-12-56 +2.00 11-19-57 +7.57 34-59 +6.63 9-26-34 +16.0x 8-31-56 +3.90k 13-58 +7.30 4-20-59 +8.89 11-21-34 +14.5x 10-10-56 +6.33bk 2-13-58 +7.97 63-59 +8.51 3-25-35 +12.Ix 123-56 44.06bk 3-26-58 -9.22 7-17-59 +11.25 45-55 +3.27k 1-25-57 e 57-58 49.25 10-23-59 +13.10k 63-55 + .82 38-57 +5.50y 6-24-58 +6.75 124-59 +11.4k 8-30-55 49.75k 4-25-57 +6.31y 10-27-58 +7.07 1-22-60 +8.60 10-21-55 +6.40k 64-57 +6.40y 12-12-58 +6.78 25-60 +8.55 129-55 +2.90 7-16-57 +7.88y 17-59 +6.85 3-16-56 2.05 8-27-57 49.69ay 745-158-6 45-55 59.38cd 129-55 59.46 7-12-56 60.15 10-23-56 55.47 63-55 61.85 3-15-56 65.53 8-31-56 58.28 12-56 57.57 10-21-55 54.68 52-56 65.00 745-158-6 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1957 Dav Jan. Feb. Mar. A Hr. May June July A.y. -pt-| nIt. j t y. nr. 1 ________53.30 51.13 49.68 50.91 54.60 2 ___ 53.30 50.62 49.77 50.98 54.46 3__52.94 50.42 i4980 50.97 54.43 53.12 52.13 50.70 J 49.75 ! 50.95 ! 54.46 5 _____ _52.02 50.99 49.52 51.20 54.84 6 ___52.14 50.77 49.20 51.62 54.79 7 52.28 50.52 49.20 51.80 54.60 8 56.73 52.60 50.20 49.30 51.95 54.25 9 __52.59 50.14 49.38 52.29 54.15 _ _ _ _ 52.39 50.17 49.55 52.39 54.16 11 _ 54.12 52.27 50.26 49.86 52.47 54.03 12 _ _n 51.70 50.40 1 49.86 52.54 54.30 13 n 51.70 50.42 49.33 52.75 54.32 14 n 51.84 50.24 49.19 52.96 54.23 15 _ n 51.98 49..70 432 53.35 54.07 65369 51.97 49.59 49 53.44 53.99 !1 -179 I 49,-. 66 7 549S39 54.07 1 __ ___53.95 51.32 49.84 49.85 53.31 54.20 19 ___54.04 51.23 49.95 50.04 .53.51 54.29 20 I ___ 53.62 51.44 50.20 49.85 53.76 54.37 21 52.99 51.72 50.21 49.77 54.07 54.61 22 _ 52.94 51.86 49.82 49.87 54.20 54.54 S_ 53.11 51.79 49.67 50.10 54.32 54.52 2 _ _ __ 53.23 51.44 49.80 50.22 1 54.17 54.09 25 59.76 _ 55.35c 53.30 51.02 50.12 50.38! 54.05 53.38 .,3.46 .U.-4 50.38 50.77 1 54.32 54.16 _____ ______________ ___________ 53.31 51.15 5049 50,51 54.77 53.32 52.77 51.37 50.29 50.36 54.45 53.41 2__ 52,60 51.77 49.80 50.41 54.22 53.55 117

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Table 7. Continued 745-158-6 Daily highest uater level from recorder graph -1958 D .. Feb-. ar. Apr. I May June tJuly Aug. t. Oct. Nov. ' ) 53-74 52.78~ 52.99 52.48 2.6 52.35 54.75 _53.90 5.85_ 3,23 55.00, 54.68 , 2 53-6 52.94. 52.93 52.62 52.80 52.32 54.78 53.73 52.67 53.62 54.87 54.86 53.46 52-92 52-90 52.47 52.63 152.62 54.73 53.44 52.77 53.75 .54.95.. 54.57 , 53.44. 53.09 52.94 52.46 52.33 53.01 .54.21 i 3.41 53.00 53.91 55.02 54.59 15 53.19 53.14 53.00 52.56 52.28 53.34 54.84 n 53.09 53.49 54.94 -54.88 _, 52-85 53.07 52.90 52.26 52.36 53.531 53.60 53.71 53.12 53.47 54.92 55.08" 52.73 53.00 52.94 52.22 52.45 53.5 53.59 53.95 52.99 53.55 54.95 54.86 S52.91 53.24 52.97 52".3-1 52.6053.28 -53.90 54.07 52.97 53.64 54i91 54.66 53-06 53.17 52.92 52.21 2.65 53.24 54.00 1 3.96 52.944 53.97 54.58 54.93 10 53.11 53.16 52.96 52.13 j 52.86 153.64 54.29 53.51 53.11 54.08 54.401 55.13 S 53-G 53.10 53.06 52.15j 52.46 53.94 54.31 53.41 53.30 54.34 54.70 55.09 : 52.92 53.17 52.87 52.36 152.37 1 54.38 54.07 53.35 53.35 54.10 54.82, 55.37 , 52.78 53.24 52.80 52.34_ 52.41 54'.70 53.82 L53.34 53.18 54.06 55.05 55.43 52.81 53.28 5287 52.28 52.43 54.79 53.74 53.44 53.03 54.55 55.08:. 55.2053.02 53.00 I 52.89 52.12 52.77 1 54.471 53.68 1 53.47 52.96 54.95 55.02 55.16 : 53.09 53.07 I 52.71 52.00 52.87 54.41 _j 53.56 53.21 53.14 55.39 54.85 55.33 53.30 53.13 52.66 52.2-l 52.77 .54.85' 53.60 53.02 53.25 55.62 4.85 55.38 S 53.45 -53.15 ! 52.60. 52.29 52.51 55.52[ 53.76 53.1 53.24 55.69 55.05. 55.37 53-45 53.17 52.58 152.44 52.46 55.97 53.58 53.22 53.29 55.32 55.22 55.47 -i 53-39 53.21 5265 ! 52.22 52.60 55.53 53.431 53.52 53.47 n 55.40 55.67 S 53 0 53.19 52.76 52 52.8 ?.72 55.66; 53.46 53.69 53.27 n I 55.31 55.61 -. 5..39 53.-11 52.83 | -5.2-7__52.57 56.171 5353,1 53.70 53.19 n__ i 55.21 ' 55.54 '53-25 53.02 * 26 52.40 .52.56 56.10' 53.61' 53.65 53.21 n f_55.04 55.57 S 53-12 53.03 52.45 .535252,32 56.19 53.59 53.37 53.19 n 55.04 55.16 53.07 53.14 52.37 ' 52.57 52.13 56.12 53.61 53.29 53.19 54.99 55.19 54.60 52.8 52.80 52.24 i 52.57 ; 52.Q8 55.93 53.5 1 53.26 53.15 54.93 55.39.. 54.38 32.92 52.61 52.27 ! 52.30, 52.32 55.W8 53.41 J 53.52 53.14 i 54.83 55.18 54.35 S53.04 .52.74 2.3 52.26 52.45 !55.39 53.42 53.58 53.00 55.19 54.72 54.47 S 52.4 -i 52.605 52.3 2.45 -5 4.88 -53.45 53.6i 52.941 55.25 -54.577 54.4'8~ ' " 52.33 88 _. 52.36 1 52.36 j 52.76 54.77-1 53.53 53.70 53.15 55.30 54.66 54.58 5284 -52.32 i 53.6 ! 53.3 .23 54.763 745-158-6 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1959 .... .: ..... M ,I-,.-11-.i --, --,;£-I -, _-T Nov .__ _,=.._._. r Mar. AA. a. June July Au.. , et. nt NV 1 r S 54.50 55.15 _55.29 52.97 53.32 5 53.39. 51.20 50.00 50..85 49.86 49.26 50.21 54.37 55.17 55.24 52.89 53.66 53.51 51.39 1_ 49.58 51.05 49.92 1 49.09 50.58 54.46 55.20 55.39 52.93 53.40 .953.64' 51 .34 49. 51.16 50.15 49.30 50.69 _ 5,.6L 55.29 55.4L 53.06 53.25 53.75. 50..9_ 49_. t56L5 22L 479' 49.45 50.9.6 54.69 55.62 55.39 52.76 54.44 53.74 50.48 49.761 50.89 49.62 49.57 50.96 S 54.80 55.84 55.49 52.51 53.84 53.86t 50.31 1 49.651 50.51 49.91 49.66 50.54 S 54.81 55.91 55.62 52.70 54.04 53.41 50.44 _49.661 50.17 50.04j 49.89 50.53 S 54.67 55.59 55.00 52.87 54.31 53.19 50.43 49.50. 49.97 50.16 49.42 50.80 S 54.2 55.60 54.76 53.02 54.53 53.36 050.3949.26r 50.37 50.39 49.35 5 51.21 .55.17 55.75 55.66 52.97 54.39 53.43 50.39 49.16! 50.22 50.33 49.57 51.16 '. 5.5 55.94 55.32 53.11 54.33 53.41 50.41 49.36. 50.29 49.81 49.84 51.04 S 55.10 56.03 55.42 52.66 54.78 53.45 50.11 49.72 0.0 976 *"500 50.88 55.17 56.LL 55.59 52.56 55.14 53.37 49.97 49.95 n ' 5006: 50.12 50.73 -55.26 56.06 55.40 52.79 55.34 53.02 19.99 50.04 n '50. 50.12 50.64 S 55.29 55.95 55.00 53.11 55.44 52.92 49.96 50.00 n i 0.23 49.87 50.77 i 55.25 55.91 54.70 53.34. 55.49. 52.85 50.08 49.69 n ..__50.25 49.71 50.94 M5-34 55.96 54-64 53.44 55.15 52.61. 50.12. 49.53 -n-. -49.95 50.08.._3-041 55.49 55.94 54.56 53.26 54.99 52.37 49.79 49.66 _n 49.57 50.41 51.15 I 55.11 55.93 54.25 52.78 55.19 52.26 49.45 49.84 n 49.49 : 50.56 .51.29 S 55.27 56.07 53.93 52.60 55.29 52.09 49.27 50.06. n 49.57 51. 13 5.7 -: 55.37 56.25 53.57 52.79 55.34 51.59 49.47 50.22 _n 49.51 50.410 51.01 55.44 56.10 53.17 52.90 55.31 51.43 49.60 50.31 n 49.37 50.25 51.21 55.52 55.92 53.07 53.L9 55.25 51.33 49.71 50.00 n 49.38 50.17 51.36 55.37 55.92 53.22 53.23 54.37 51.33 49.68 49.95 n 49.29 50.29 51.00 54.94 55.94 53.35 53.06 54.21 51.32 49.53 50.20 n 49.05 50.41 50.44 54.-" 77 55.953-I 1 -52.71 54.36 .,51.349.-9 -aU.uO n 49.UL[ >U.4/1 531.TO" 54.83 56.14 53.25 52.64 54.57 51.27. 49.25 50.73 L 49.17 50.12 49.62 55.02 55.80 53.25 52.82 54.56 50.90 49.45 50.84 n 49.26 49.93 : 4%.52 55.25 _ -.2.81 53.00. 54.54 50.82; 49.72 .50.92 n. .49.40 49.88 49.85 55.33 -_ 52.61 5, .52 54.04 :_5Q9.L 49.90 .50.68 n 49,45 49.93 50.21 -. 55.22 _ 52.88 ..5.1_7 ..47 _. .-_ 4998 50.54 i 1 49.58 ...50.31 118

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Table 7. Continued 745-158-6 Daily highest vater level from recorder graph -1960 D Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. ov. Dec. 1 50.30 52.24 2 50.14 52.45 3 49.96 51.70 _ _ S49.96 51.91 50.22 51.70 6 50.50 51.64 7 50.67 .51.29 8 50.83 _ 9 51.03 10 50.82 11 50.67 ___12 50.99 ____ 13 51.34 _ _ 14 51.50_ _ J 15 51.48 16 51.57 2-17--. 1 17 51.24__ __ 18 51.15 1 . 19 51.45 _____ _ 20 51.93 21 52.14 22 52.51 . 23 52.50 ______ 24 52.03 ____ _ __ 25 51.86 __ 26 52.02 _ 27 52.23 _______ ___ __________ 28 52.41 _______ ______ _______ ______ __ 29 52.75 __ __ _ 30 52.62 5f'2-32 I IJ .... Well Water Water Water Evr Date level Date level Date level DaLe ,.---i 747-114-1 2-17-55 7.59 63-55 9.07 1-11-56 8.73 8-31-56 9.71 38-55 7.69 8-30-55 8.16 5-11-56 10.84 123-56 8.34 45-55 8.43 10-21-55 7.70 7-12-56 10.10 119

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Table 7. Continued 747-114-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1957 r -v _ : Aug. Sept. IOct. : -x 8.87 8.15 7.60 7.02 7.17 8.58 8.85 8.12 7.55 7.03 7.22 8.58 8.82 8.07 7.52 6.99 7.25 8.44 8.40 8.75 8.01 7.48 6.95 7.26 8.38 ._.. .___ 8.70 7.98 7.45T 1 6.96" 7.32 8.58_ 8.72 8.00 7.43 j 6.93 : 7.-42 8.61 8.68 8.03 7.35 6.94 7.53 8.50 8.71 8.03 7.31 -6.98 7.56 8.37 8.63 7.96 7.37 6.99 7.65 8.32 ____ __ 860 7.90 7.45 6.991 7.83 8.37 8.57 79 739 7.0 7.93 • 8.28 8.52 7.93 7.35 7_.07.94 8.55 S8.51 7.91 7.35 7.08 7.89 8.72 S 8.55 _ 7.91 7.33 7.07 7.86 8.74 8.53 7.90 7.27 7.08 7.86 8.75 S8.45 7.85 7.27 7.08 8.03 -8.72 8.44 7.84 7.29 7.01 8.12 8.68 S8.43 73 7.27 6.93 8.05 8.66 8.411 7.77 7.24 6.93 8.05 8.65 ______ __8.38 i 7.77 7.21 7.05 8.15 8.65 ' 8.35 7.81 L7.20 7.23 8.33 8.77 8.35'-7.'81 7.16 7.248.28: 8.88 '. 0 8.29 7.73 7.12 7.12 I 8.31 8.97 8.27 7.641 7.13 6.93 8.35 8.88. A0.06 K-6-7 -T.-Q# --T. 16 -6.9 _8_ 10.06 8.59 8.30 7.717.16 6.92 8.33 8.83 .-.8.68 i 8.29 7.74 7.15 i 7.03 ; 8.42 8.72 S " " 8.74 _ 8--29 -.78 7 7.13 7.16 8.48 8.75 .-so -_ -t-t-7 8.48 8.675 a' S' *8 8.22 1 7.67 7.12 7.33 8:36 8.65 S8.8 a 8.11'7.69 7.05 7.30 8.42 8.64 S __891 _8.1 7.70 6.99 7.20 8.35 8.69 S____ 7.66 7 7 -869 747-114-1 Daily higheasc ater level from recorder graph -1958 ...' .jar. ' Apr. Mi ai J.ne -T-J ---u .e p.. n-t N-, 1. 8.3969 2. .4 1 .4 S-8.57 7.59 7.87 7.35. 7.57. i8.38 969_ 0 843 842 8,10 8.73 8.57 7.69 783 7.39 7.68 8.3 ._9.63 892 8.9 8.45 _8.17 8.63 8.49 7.77 7.80 7.27 7.75 .8.41 9.152 9.8. 8.43 8.43.. 8.26 8.42 8.60 7.93 7.84 7.24 7.78 .8.52. .9.44.-_9-87 L 8.40 8.37 , 8-23 8.41 4.64 .7,88 7.93 7.28 7.81 8.57 9.42 8.90 8.35 8.32 8.15 _8.53 8.20 7.75 7.86 7.22 7.80 8.55 9.39 8.92 8,37 8.27 8.10 8.67 7.95 7.58 7.75 7.22 7.85 8.56 9.35 8.90 8.37 8.33 8.09 _ 8.67 8. a 7.74 7.69 7.31 7.94 8.62 _9.31 8.89 8.34 8.34 8.12 8.64 8-35 7.91 7.62 7.31 8.06 8.71 9.30 8.85 L.45i i. 36 __.. 8.09 8.68 _ 8.34 7.79 7.67 7.29 8.14 8.73 9.21 8.75 8.331 8.37 8.10 8.67 _328 7.65 7.72 7.32 8.09 8.78 .9.14 8.69 8.35 -8.37 8.17 8.47 3.27 7.68 7.61 7.41 8.09 8.86 9.11 8.67 8 32 -8.40 8.23 8.65 I 8.13 7.68 7.53 7.50 8.08 9.00 9.12 8.67 !_8.30_ 8.45 8.21 8.81 3.12 7.80 7.52 7.44 8.18 9.10 9.13 8.66 18.35 8.46 8.20 8.77 __8.03 7.53 7.63 7.05 8.25 9.12 9.13 8.58 8.43 8.40 8.23 8.78 8.02 7.74 7.65 7.06 8.20 9.18 9.10 8.52 845 835 8.25 8.78 8.05 7.89 7.58 7.18 8.19 -9.28 9.10 _ .45 ;_ 8.43! 6 8.58 8.25 8.70 S.L3 7.95 7.47 7.52 8.17 9.4Q. .9.09 8.45 Ij.43 2.20. 8.24 8.68 8.19 7.97 7.37 7.35 8.19 9.51 9.03 8.48 8.44 j 8.08 8.26 8.72 S 8.10 8.04 7.50 7.33 8.20 9.60 9.04 8.48 8.42 8.14 8.30 8..73 7.90 8.15 7.53 7.28 8.21 9.62 9.07 8.46~ 8.39 8.17 8.30 8.73 7.95 8.04 7.64 7.27 8.23 9.65 9.09 8.42 !842 8.19 8.34 8.75 7.80 8.00 7.62 7.30 8.25 9.68 9.08 8.38_ 8.4_3_L 8.20 8.40 8.65 7.67 7.97 7-38 7.39 8.24 9.75 9.05 8.34 -_8.40 !8.17 8.47 8.56 7.77 7.94 7.35 7.42 8.20 .9.86 9.02 8.32 -8.37 -8.10 8.48 .8.64 7.67 7.747.26 7.43 8.19 9.92 89.00 .8 8. ! 8.33 8.11 8.44 *-8Z 7.73 7.67 .732 7.45 8.31 9.83 9.05 8.23 8.27 -8.17 8.45 8.49 7.85 7.75 7.42 7.45 8.38 9.81 9.05 8.28 8.29 8.20 8.46 8.52 7.70 -7.46 -7.458.35 9.79 9.00 8.38 8.37 8.24 8.57 8.57 7.8_ 7.327.50 -8.37 9.75 8.99 8. ..39 .27 8.73 8.58 7.77 7 i i 8 9 -2 45 I I 814 8.47 120

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Table 7. Continued 747-114-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1959 ay Jan. Feb. ar.. Apr. June July Ag. Sept. Oct. Dv. D 1 8.37 8.37 8.37 7.49 7.59 8.43 7.77 7.62 8.03 7.14 6 -87 -7.23 2 8.22 8.34 8.38 7.29 7.69 8.39 7.81 7.65 8.15 7.15 6.84 7.29 3 8.21 8.14, 8.47 7.43 7.77 8.47 7.78 7.67 8.20 7.20 6.92 7.37 4 8.27 7.95 8.57 7.45 7.77 8.36 7.71 7.67 8.19 7.23 6.95 7.45 5 8.47 8.08 8.38 7.55 7.79 8.35 7.65 7.7L 8.12 7.23 6.97 7.00 6 8.48 8.23 8.33 7.51 7.93 8.33 7.70 7-76 8.10 7.19 6.92 6.93 7 8.41 8.29 8.44 7.55 8.12 8.36 7.74 7.82 8.11 7.14 1 690 7.00 a 8.17 8.13 8.42 7.52 8.208.41 7.75 7.84 8.07 7-16 6-97 713 9 8.17 8.15 8.28 7.55 8.27 8.38 7.79 7.85 8.00 7.20 7.01 7.18 10 8.35 8.19 8.30 7.54 8.38 8.35 7.75 7.79 7.92 7.22 7.04' 7.14 11 8.47 8.25 8.25 7.50 8.50 8.30 7.71 7.94 7.85 7.22 6.99 7.--05 12 8.47 8.30 8.14 7.43 8.65 8.27 7.71 7-97 7.85 720 6-97 6.93 13 8.38 8.27 8.37 7.44 8.75 8.24 7.72 7.95 7.83 7.16 6.99 7.03 14 8.29 8.25 8.29 7.53 8.74 8.25 7.67 7.93 7.77 7.10 695 7.16 15 8.07 8.18 8.23 7.73 8.77 8.27 7-64 7.92 7-66 7.13 6.98 7.20 16 7.97 t 8.18 8.13 7.72 8.85 8.23 7.65 7.87 7.59 7.15 7.00 7.19 17 8.19 8.04 8.12 7.64 8.88 8.08 7.65 7.83 7.63 7.07 7.00 7.20 18 8.37 7.97 8.20 7.53 8.84 7.88 7.61 7.81 7.68 6.87 702 7.15 19 8.40 8.05 8.07 7.53 8.85 7.99 7.61 7.79 7.68 6.98 7.01 7.19 20 8.35 8.31 7.88 7.52 8.84 8.03 7.60 7.75 7.65 7.05 6.97 7.33 21 8.30 8.40 7.87 7.50 8.83 8.05 7.62 7.75 7.67 6.97 6.82 7.34 22 8.29 8.48 7.84 7.45 8.80 8.09 7.-63 7.75 7.53 6.94 6.88" 7.40 23 8.48 8.37 7.88 7.56 8.73 8.06 7 7.78 7.47 6 698 740 24 8.55 8.37 7.88 7.65 8.68 J 8.00 7.59 7.79 7.41 6.75 6.80 7.81 25 8.33 8.37 7.89 7.72 8.65 7.95 7.59 7.79 7.32 7.79 6.81 7.35 26 8.29 8.39 7.77 7-75 8.66 7.951 7.60 7.80 7.27 6.90 7. 739 27 8.32 8.40 7.62 7.67 8.65 7.94 7.58 7.83 7.25 6.88 6.99 7.40 28 8.35 8.40 7.61 7.58 8.55 7.90 7.60 7.83 7.15 6.95 6.97 7.15 29 8.39 -7.67 7.55 8.52 7.81 7.63 7.83 7.13 6. 7.11 7.21 30 8.37 7.61 7.53 8.49 7.75 7.63 7.86 7.14 6.95 7 7.19 -7.37 1 .35 I I 7.57 i 8.47 7.60 7.89 6.92 .3 737 747-114-1 Daily highest water level frm recorder graph -1960 na. Jan. I Feb. Mar, Apr. yv June July .SI go ! ,l q , Or ,nyv. D er 1 7.34 8.63 7.35 8.72 ___________; ..-. S7.30 8.68___ 7.34 8.649___ 7 7.25 8.50 i 7 7.25 8.50_______ ___ ___ ____ , -__-_ 8 7.36 8.554 .1 .. S7.49 _____ 13 7. ---T. ._..____ .... .. : 14 7-. j.. ----!---;---.. 16 7.43 _ i i _ I j : i -. 19 7.65 14 1.80 23 I7 8. I jI __-"__ ______ ______i _ j : 25 8.35 ------S 8.47 i I I 23_8i '850 j ______ ______ _ -______ --__ 2 8.53: __ ____ i____ _________ ! 8.56 9 1 8.49 _ I ______ _ 230i 8.42 I I I I I I ---_--.-121

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Table 7. CantIm.ud l Wate Water aW r cer ater Mmber Dar e level Date level Date level Date level 749-149-1 129-35 47.98 1-11-56 50.5 3-15-56 48.00 752-1322-10-53 76.39b 1-25-57 80.53 3-26-58 73.41 4-20-59 73.19 63-55 83.83 38-57 77.99 57 -58 73.50 56-59 74.10 8-30-55 72.82 4-25-57 76.52 6-24-58 79.68 63-59 73.94 10-21-55 75.23 64-57 75.25 84-58 74.12 7-17-59 70.74 129-55 78.68 7-16-57 74.70 99-58 73.65 9-10-59 70.81 5-11-56 82.94 8-27-57 72.96 10-27-58 75.22 10-23-59 70.01 7-12-56 80.71 109-57 71.45 12-12-58 75.23 124-59 71.25 8-31-56 81.31 11-19-57 76.85b 17-59 75.01 1-27-60 73.38 10-23-56 76.63 13-58 74.56 1-20-59 75.45 25-60 73.27 123-56 79.21 2-13-58 74.19 34-59 75.73 752-149-2 6-26-58 42.08* 17-59 42.63ub 63-59 40.60a 124-59 38.608 84-58 40.94a 1-21-59 43.18b 7-17-59 36.30a 12-18-59 39.17c 99-58 39.88 34-59 42.84 9-10-59 36.87a 1-25-60 39.92au 10-27-58 42.11 4-20-59 39.31 10-23-59 35.728 25-60 40.21, 12-12-58 43.33 733-158-3 28-55 21.00 8-31-56 21.85 13-58 16.93 34-59 18.91 38-55 20.84 10-23-56 18.97 2-13-58 16.71 49-59 16.38 45-55 22.73 123-56 20.81 3-26-58 15.65 4-20-59 15.85 63-55 25.10 1-25-57 23.10 57-58 15.88 57-59 17.66 8-30-55 13.36 38-57 20.25 6-24--5 19.26 63-59 17.05 10-21-55 17.61 4-25-57 18.83 84-58 16.71 7-17-59 13.43 129-55 22.45 64-57 16.54 99-53 16.40 9-10-59 13.59 1-12-56 23.60 7-16-57 17.13 " 10-24-53 18.34 10-23-59 12.65 3-16-56 28.80 8-27-57 14.61 12-12-58 18.84 124-59 14.28 52-56 28.60 109-57 12.73 17-59 18.21 12-21-59 14.35 7-12-56 23.37 11-19-57 16.71 1-20-59 18.67 22-60 16.14 754-1.51-4 49-59 39.61 12-18-59 38.50 755-150-1 17-59 24.86 12-18-59 21.5Lc 755-130-3 17-59 23.39 12-18-59 20.92 756-U5-2 7-12-56 17.76b 12-11-59 17.14cu 757-132-1 61-55 38.50 5-11-56 39.50 63-57 28.41 56-58 27.84 6-27-55 33.30 7-10-56 37.10 7-15-57 28.98 6-19-58 30.42 8-15-55 26.62 8-30-56 35.24 8-26-57 26.43 7-24-58 29.68 8-30-55 26.75 10-22-56 31.67 108-57 23.70 98-58 29.37 10-21-55 29.00 124-56 33.51 11-18-57 27.18 10-23-58 30.96 129-55 33.75 1-24-57 35.88 12-30-57 29.10 129-58 h 12-23-55 35.12 37-57 33.68 2-12-58 28.94 1-19-59 h 1-27-56 36.95 51-57 30.91 3-25-58 28.09 12-23-59 26.64 3-16-56 40.85 75l7-,1-1 34-54 125.30 67-54 128.15 76-54 127.52 7-11-56 132.31 S5-21-54 19.86 757-156-1 34-54 151.90 99-54 152.25 38-55 155.78 11-29-55 155.36 4-14-54 155.27 10-11-54 152.70 46-55 157.59 1-27-56 159.72 5-20-54 155.27 11-11-54 153.57 6-27-55 154.23 4-30-56 163.81 67-54 154.80 12-21-54 153.87 8-30-55 148.75 7-10-56 158.83 76-54 154.04 1-31-55 154.69 10-18-55 151.53 12-22-59 149.30u 7-29-54 153.08 757-L58-1 4-30-56 79.2bk 7-11-56 80.7k 12-30-59 61.7k 758-153-1 99-54 33.19u 11-30-54 33.81u 61-55 40.91u 7-11-56 40.09u 9-28-54 33.52u 12-21-54 34.81u 6-27-55 36.74u 12-23-59 29.54u 10-27-54 36.95ua 47-55 38.29u 8-15-55 30.31u 759-201-1 79-56 50.46 12-31-59 42.20 122

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Table 7. Continued we.ll Water Water Water 'n.r number Date level Date level Date level Date :.. 800-153-1 123-54 36.90 1-27-56 41.95c 7-15-57 25.61 129-58 26.47 127-54 32.78 3-19-56 38.14c 8-26-57 23.91 1-19-59 26.25 12-21-54 36.09 51-56 40.79c 108-57 22.33 33-59 26.41 21-55 37.26 6-26-56 39.98c 11-18-57 26.04 4-17-59 24.50 39-55 41.77 8-30-56 37.63c 12-30-57 25.76 5-29-59 25.45 47-55 38.88 10-22-56 31.85c 2-12-58 24.85 7-16-59 23.59 5-21-55 42.32 124-56 37.10c 3-25-58 24.32 99-59 23.05 6-27-55 31.07 1-24-57 32.22 56-58 24.93 10-22-59 23.04 8-31-55 27.38 37-57 28.88 6-19-58 28.48 11-18-59 23.80 10-20-55 38.55 51-57 26.93 7-24-58 26.12 123-59 23.89 11-30-55 38.46c 63-57 25.80 10-23-58 27.53 24-60 25.69 800-154-1 47-55 45.11 8-30-55 37.09 3-16-56 48.95 7-11-56 45.29 61-55 46.05 129-55 43.32 5-11-56 46.83 11-18-59 32.93 6-27-55 40.05 800-156-1 99-54 52.79 11-30-54 53.33 8-31-55 50.47 79-56 57.37 9-28-54 51.56 12-21-54 53.77 10-20-55 53.44 3-19-57 53.71 10-13-54 52.11 21-55 54.85 11-30-55 55.48 4-16-58 49.25 10-27-54 54.09 39-55 57.90 1-27-56 58.46 113-58 51.85 11-11-54 54.37 47-55 56.77 3-19-56 60.45 11-18-59 49.64 11-17-54 53.10 5-20-55 60.87 51-56 61.22 801-143-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1955 nav Jan, Feb. Mar. Apr. Ha_ June July Am-s. nSept. netNov.---fi tS 31.05 L 29.9 30.20 n 30.80 32.10 S_ _ 30.92 29.9 30.11 -30.95 32.39 S30. .96 29.97 ...31.02 .32.55. S ____ --__ 75 9 _31.14 32.40o 5______ ___ 30.85 30.10 29.84 n 31.15 32.45 Si 30.95 30.11 29.90 n 31.00 32.50 7 _ __ __ 3 __ 30.85 30.00 29.87 n_ .31.05 32.65 8 ____ __ 30.71 30.00 29.82 n 31.20 33.20 _ .--f .... --°i--~. --, _ .... .-... 9 _30.65 30.07_ 29.72 n 31.10 33.63 q10 ; _o I 30.60 30.29 29.68 n 30.80 33.87 11-_ ._ _ 30.60 : 30.45 :29.56 -n 30.90 33.50 12 1 : 30.74 30.60129.58 n 30.99 33.15 I.113 30.80 30.56 29.69 n" 30.85 33.53 -.-----_ --;-i-...'-------J --30.60 30.582-29. 3 n 31. 37 34.32 2 1) 03029 3 30.0 33.82 51. 3,1.5 30.23 129.76 3n 31.06 33.99 -_ ! __ _ _ 30.55 30.77 29.78 n 31.41 34.23 19 __ ______ 30.62 30.67 29.82 i 30.52 31.42 33.97 2-0 ______ ______ 30.70 I 30.42 29.90 30.65 31.25 34.39'321 " i ! __ -,__-_ 3.54 30.28 j 29.98 n 31.34 n 27 _______ __ I _____ _____ .47 30.30 n30.10 a 31.48 n [23 ___-__ _ " i-_ L --_ 30.38 30.32 30.11 n __31.70 n t i: M20 ý 0ý.5 n n05i [25 16 306.25 n 31.59 n L2 __. ..; _ I j _30. Z .ni n a 31.50 2 7_ ... .-2 .23 n 31. -31.30 n .2.... ) 2__. : 31.07 __ 30.13i30.173_ n. _. 3 _3 .31.40 1 n 2.9.___________________ _____ 30.10 .320.20 __j 31.00 31.77. n 30--_____ ______2 3200 n 3 5 2995 30.0 1 30.75 13 .i 123

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TMble 7. Conrim.d 801-143-1 Daily highet water leel from recorder graph -1956 ,-_ Jai Feb.. Apr. y June July A .Sept. O, o ec LL. i34.93 35.70 35.57 37.60 _36.46 _32._9_ n 31.05 30.47 2.2 3 12 a 34.65 35.84 35.24_ 37.84 36.62 32.83 n 30.90 30.47 29.66 31.41 L. a 3-3 35-.43 35.54 37.85 36.78 32.68 30.56 29.97 a 34.92 34.69 35.77 37.83 36.74 32.49 a 30.74 30.61 29.87 31.72 S 35.23 34.42 36.14 37.42 36.67 32.33 n 0.7 04 29.77 32.12 61 35.10 34.71 36.45 36.70 2 36.60 .23 07 30.47 29.86 32. S n 35.29 35.45 36.53 36.02 1 36.57 32.09 n 30.75 30.30 30.05 32.60 _ a 35.63 36.12 36.40 35.97 36.61 3192 33.25 30.78_ 30.14 30.10 33.13 S 35.79 36.47 36.07 36.09 36.7 31.79 32.92 30.72 30.23 30.33 ' to1 a t 35.90 36.67 35.79 36.12 i36.48 I 31.77 33.06 30.62 30.35 30.19 n LL a E 35.98 36.15 35.55 36.18 36.05 31.64 32.74 30.6 30.43 30.01 n i2 3i35.40 35.84 35.36 I36.27 36.00 31.59 32.38 30.65 30.43 29.87 13 35J56 34.75 35.94 35.58 35.98 36.22 31.57 32.26 30.77 30.38 29.99 ,.35.62 134.59 36.24 35.69 35.63 3 36.44 31.58 32.18 30.87 30.20 30.08 n 15 3.60 '35.01 36.28 35.37 35.66 36.51 31.7 32.15 30.95 30.00 30.15 n l .35-09 35.48 36.55 35.02 36.16 36.06 i 31.54 32.05 31.07 29.75 30.36 1 35.02 35.58 36.44 35.26 36.45 35.50 31.69 31.90 31.06 29.71 30.47 a 1 j 35.49 35.83 1 36.00 i 35.57 36.62 35.20 31.81 31.85 30.88 29.80 30.38 n -3 35.91 35-.2 T 35.58 35.72 36.82 34.8632.06 31.75 30.66 29.80 30.24 n S 36.11 35.15 i 35.70 1 35.87 136.47 ,35.18 i 32.10 31.56 30.72 29.76 30.49 S36.18 34.97 I 36.13 35.97 1 35.43 35.12 I 32.03 31.55 30.75 19.45 30.62 n .2 36.05 35.26 36.35 35.85 35.97 I 35.11 32.02 31.37 30.86 29.28 30.67 n -5.81 35.4-9 35.47 36.44 5 34.75 i n 31.28 30.87 29.30 30.55 n S35 35.62 36.44 35.85 1 36.72 34.25 t n a 31.32 30.60 29.38 30.58 U ,25 35.89 35.59 136.16 36.57 [ 36.88 j 33.92 a 31.37 30.51 29.48 30.40 1 n 28 3588 35.50 35.80 36.92 1 3680 33.83 n 31.35 30.45 9.50 30. 5 1 : 36.04 !35.11 35.97 I 37.18 36.70 33.77 n 31.27 30.58 29.44 30.47 i29 36.13 34.82 36.13 37.43 35.98 33.56 n 31.36 30.68 29.32 30.62 ___ 29 35.20 35.36 36.02 37.50 35.63 33.42 a 31.22 30.73 29.27 30.95 n 30 3480 .36.00 37.36 : 33.9 33. 3.15 30.69 29.37 31-22 -a *77 -' ,. 14ST I T Tl -92 * 36 1.22 7.l 12.3 n ' 801-143-1 Daily highest vater level from recorder graph -1957 S , n i3254 32.83 33.05 n 28.79 27.83 I n 28.96 31.11 : a a n 32.15 33.14 32.68 30.59 n 27.77 1 n I 29.01 30.87 * n 2 32.19 33.27 32.43 30.33 n n n 29.00 -30.92a _____ 32.40 33.46 32.37 30.03 n n n 28.87 130.93 a ' a+ n ! 32.34 33.381 n 29.83 n In 0 n 29.20 131.54 m. , 1 32.3351 33.13 n i 29.73 n I n I n 29.23 32.15 7 n _ a i 31.96 33.37 a 29.64 n n n 29.60 32.49 '---34.29 a 31. 55 33.79 n 9 29.61 n na -n * 29.58 32.50 9 A34.15 I 31.85 33.89 n , 29.63 _ nL_ n 29.80 .. 3201_0 ,O an un 33.90 i 32.33 1 33.80 ±I a 29.75 F n 27.82 29.57 32.05 i. a a 33.481 32.50 1 33.52 j n .n 1_27.93 29.39 32.4512 -33.61 32.22 33.200 _ 28.10 29.67 S33.8 32 32.48A n ! n 28.10 29.70 33.43 i -34.03 31.73 i32.41 a n n 28.07 29.90 1i 333S j1 a n 34.05 31.35 I 32.59 I i n I n 28.04 30.33 34.00 I S 34.44 31.20 I 32.65 t 29.33! a ~ a 28.15 i 30.64 34.00 ._ I n -a .7Z 3200 32.429.15 |S n n 28.43 i30.56 34.0 S33___ .60 32.78 32.88 33.36 i 29.17 n n 28.47 30.135 341.. 1 n n 3330 i 33.03 32.48 33.44 29.22 n a 28.53 30.64 34.18 2 n _ 33,70 32.52 31.90 * 33.74 : 29.0 ; 2880 30.98 3.33 n n 33.53 32.08 32.45 I 33.68 29 4 1 123 34.34 i a _ 33.47 32.30 32.72 32.50 29.32 n n 28.72 1 31.43 ' 34.10 a a 33.00 32.69 32.99 31.93 29.48 n n 28.76 31.60 _ 33.56 36.06 a 32.64 33.06 i33.20 31.84 29.45 n n 28.59 31.22 32.28 S _ 0 3.5 33.28a .33.29 !31.53 I n -.1 3.7S a a 32.63 33.40 j 33.06_ 31.60 29.13 28.30 n 28.61 31.62 31.42 S a 32.89 33.13 32.79 31.48 29.07 28.07 n 28.50 31.58 31.52 a n 33.17 32.71 32.84 31.62 28.86 27.94 n 28.62 31.35 32.05 a .39 3 7 33.06 31.00 128.86 27.97 n 28.74 31.48 32.50 I In 11 i -no r7 1 2766124 124

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Table 7. Continued 801-143-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1958 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. ay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. i S33.14 i 33.33 32.93 30.28 32.77 30.88 n n a 29.95 30.40 30.63 2 33.37 33.44 32.77 30.45 33.05 30.58 n n n 30.15 30.17 ] 31.03 3 33.57 33.14 32.50 30.85 33.21 30.621 n n n 30.39 3060 6 31.27_ S 33.82 32.98 32.08 30.98 33.05 30.64 n 30.43 30.07 31.38 5 33.83 33.27 32.13 31.02 32.69 30.63 n n 30.22 30.00 1 31.38 6 | 33.72 33.47 32.16 30.64 32.48 30.52 n n n 30.00 30.21 ! 31.52 7 i 33.55 33.43 32.29 30.32 32.74 30.67 n n n n 30.13 30.17 : 31.65 8 33.73 I 33.61 32.52 30.50 32.82 30.77 an n n 30.30 30.25 i 31.36 9 I 34.00 I 33.47 32.53 31.01 33.11 30.62 _ n _ n na 30.64 29.86 I 31.50 0 ! 34.19 32.70 32.48 30.88 33.37 30.82 I n n n 30.92 29.60 32.02 11 34.12 32.48 32.32 31.09 32.98 30.94 n n n 31.18 29.77 -32.32 12 34.12 32.66 32.31 31.37 32.50 31.03 ! n n n 31.18 29.92 32.42 13 3.99 ! 32.95 32.41 31.61 32.25 31.21 n n n 30.92 29.94 32.25 14 33.89 32.97 32.47 31.4132.39 31.32 n n a n 31.07 30.16 31.70 .15 34.05 i 32.97 32.58 31.17 32.49 31.27 n n n 31.19 30.28 31.50 16 34.02 32.23 32.27 31.17 32.57 31.28 n j n n 31.38 30.10 I 31.56 17 34.16j 31.81 31.66 31.43 32.69 n .n _ n 31.54 i 29.93 31.96 s 34.28 ; 31.61 31.69 31.63 32.80 _n -" -n_n__ n 31.80 i 30.0732.09 19 34.29 31.68 31.67 31.92 32.94 _n -n n n 31.02 30,15 32.43 20 J 34.06 32.18 31.75 32.08 32.47 n n n n 30.84 30.30 32.732i 33.92 32.65 31.67 32.09 31.76 n n n n 30.64 130.42 33.06 22 33.83 32.95 1 31.50 31.87 31.45 n n 0 n 30.20 30.53 30.47 33.33 3 33.48 33.10 31.39 J 31.83 1 31.33. na _ ajr n 29.52 30.60 30_42 33.62 24 ' 32.80 : 33.02j 30;92 i 31-9331.09ni n n I 29.37 30.63" -30.19-33.78 _ 25 32.49 33.26 30.5 30 3 32.17 30.89 n n n 29.35 30.75 30.38 32.6426 1 32.52 i 33.17 30.20 32.40 i 30.65 n i n i n 129.38 30.65 30.62 32.27 27 32.46 32.76 30.41 -32.53 30.52 n _ n n 29.41 1 30.54 30.75 32.18 2S 32.38 32.60 30.72 32.52 30.53 1 n I n n 29.55 30.65 30.50 31.54 29 32.77 --30.98 32.60 30.82 n n n 29.58 30.95 30.77 31.28 30 33.0_1 30.66 1 32.84 i 30.81 j n n n 29.82 30.88 30.76 31.52 I-" I t 24 O I in 17 17 i 3t0 1 1 n I n 1 30.60 i j 32.34 801-143-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1959 --Jan. -Feb Mar Apr ay une uly A.uo Nv r { 32. 2 J3432 33.30 29.99 33.15 34.15 i 32.84 _--. S3.33 .34.24 32.70 33.4933.63 34.27 33.18T~ S5 33.71 34.45 33.61 33.58 34.57 33.84 -----S33.84 34.54 34.12 Si34.04 34.38 33.64 .. 3 1 3438 3 . 10 34.25 34.47 32.77 27.59 1 34.41 34.73 33.02 12 34.13 34.85" 33.05 13 3440 34.88 33.05 i14 34.40 34.98 32.97 !15 i n 34.92 32.12 : t ----t---16 a .34.79 31.77 : _ j 6 n 3. ..._ .27.4 l9 n 34.67 ------!20 n 34.82 " : 33.65 I i _ _ ~ L-i .... -__ 34..977 __ _ -_ .___ __ L23_ .1"34,60l34-_8 .! -____ _24:.._34,63 34 .8_ _ _ ,25 34.14 34.97 26..... 3.3.93 35.11 " -i -'23__ 34.01 35.03 -~ .; i 3 _:.12 -34_87 : ~ ----I .28 34.25 .---30 i .4. 125.

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Tabli 7. Coatlined Welt Water Water Water Water ktmber Date level Date level Date level Date level 801-143-1 25-60 33.77 801-149-3 21-55 27.65 47-55 27.34 6-28-55 25.72 11-27-59 22.65 39-55 27.90 5-22-55 31.06 6-25-56 28.50 a801-13-3 21-55 35.00C 5-21-55 39.39c 10-20-55 36.20c 3-19-56 36.07c 39-55 38.65c 6-27-55 30.90 11-30-55 36.07c 51-56 38.37c 47-55 36.40c 8-31-55 27.66 1-27-56 39.06c 6-26-56 37.90c 801-415-4 47-55 22.89 11-18-59 29.26 801-154-5 9-28-5444.27 21-55 49.17 8-31-55 43.40 3-19-56 50.16 10-11-54 43.71 39-55 52.18c 10-20-55 49.10 51-56 51.62 10-27-54 46.77 47-55 49.58 11-30-55 49.03 6-27-56 52.25 11-11-54 47.51 5-17-55 53.75 1-10-56 47.31 108-57 37.39 11-30-54 46.83 6-27-55 46.70 1-27-56 51.74c 11-18-59 38.92 12-21-54 47.04 802-135-1 2-13-58 102.52u 99-58 102.23u 34-59 102.26u 9-10-59 97.93u 3-26-58 102.29u 10-27-58 104.54uc 4-20-59 100.84u 10-23-59 96.96u 57-58 103.07u 12-12-58 102.15u 63-59 100.39u 122-59 96.99u 6-24-58 111.02u 1-21-59 102.17u 7-17-59 99.10u 25-60 97.60u 85-58 105.92u 802-149-1 5-22-55 23.23 10-20-55 17.43 1-28-56 21.79 51-56 23.27 6-28-55 18.75 123-55 18.30 3-19-56 21.58 6-25-56 21.28 8-31-55 17.22 802-150-2 21-55 10.72u 6-28-55 10.54u 11-24-59 3.45u 802-150-3 21-55 12.96 6-28-55 12.23 1-10-56 12.34 51-56 15.12 39-55 13.31 8-31-55 10.42 1-28-56 13.56 6-25-56 14.36 47-55 12.77 10-20-55 9.92 3-19-56 13.86 11-27-59 7.14 5-22-55 15.26 123-55 11.47 802-151-2 12-21-54 13.60 6-28-55 14.87 123-55 12.84 51-56 15.95 39-55 22.58s 8-31-55 13.36 1-27-56 13.91 6-26-56 14.89 47-55 14.76 10-20-55 12.48 3-19-56 14.69 114-59 5.20 5-23-55 17.34 802-151-10 47-55 10.88 10-20-55 9.76a 1-28-56 10.78 67-56 12.50 5-21-55 13.42 123-55 9.74a 3-19-56 10.77 6-25-56 11.66 6-27-55 11.00 1-10-56 9.31 51-56 12.08 11-27-59 2.29 8-31-55 9.38 802-152-18 6-25-56 14.24 11-27-59 4.61u 802-154-6 Z2-55 31.97 47-55 32.42 6-29-55 31.98 114-59 21.75 3-10-55 33.82 5-17-55 34.43 6-27-56 34.20 802-157-11 11-19-59 83.45u 11-20-59 102.73au 802-157-12 79-56 96.5ck 11-19-59 107.12ub 11-19-59 117.7ak 11-20-59 101.2cak 5-21-57 100.5ak 802-157-15 114-59 106.5ak 11-20-59 108.5ak 11-20-59 112.69uc 11-20-59 109.13ua 11-20-59 100.5ubk 11-20-59 102.35ub 802-157-16 11-19-59 94.30uca 11-20-59 80.85uc 803-147-13 6-28-55 21.57uc 10-19-55 20.50ud 11-30-55 22.26ud 6-26-56 24.61uc 91-55 20.95u 803-149-2 6-27-56 35.50u 114-59 29.92u 803-149-3 47-55 39.59u 114-59 34.21u 803-151-2 6-26-56 13.12u 11-24-59 3.87u 126

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Table 7. Continued Well Water Water Water Water number Date level Date level Date level Date level 803-151-6 11-30-54 9.80 39-55 12.18 5-23-55 14.24 6-26-56 12.64 12-21-54 10.35 47-55 11.48 6-28-55 11.39 11-24-59 3.69u 21-55 11.79 803-151-9 37-55 14.39 6-28-55 13.87 6-26-56 15.51 11-24-59 4.70u 5-23-55 16.43 803-151-10 6-28-55 8.80 6-30-56 9.65 11-24-59 1.65 803-153-3 6-30-55 25.51 6-26-56 27.20 803-153-6 67-54 22.63a 99-54 21.01 11-30-54 22.27b 5-18-55 28.40b 6-18-54 22.09 9-28-54 20.69 12-22-54 22.53 6-29-55 27.13c 76-54 22.02a 10-11-54 20.82 22-55 25.72b 6-30-55 26.48 7-19-54 21.57a 10-27-54 22.02b 3-10-55 27.71 1-10-56 21.93 7-30-54 22.09 11-15-54 22.11 48-55 26.65 11-16-59 14.71u 803-153-9 67-54 21.96 7-19-54 22.12 9-28-54 20.77c 6-26-56 29.24 6-18-54 22.91 7-30-54 22.62 10-11-54 21.43 11-16-59 14.09u 76-54 21.31 99-54 21.56 803-153-13 67-54 21.03 99-54 20.38 11-30-54 22.49 47-55 25.71 6-18-54 21.80 9-28-54 19.67c 12-22-54 22.72 5-17-55 26.45 76-54 20.14 10-11-54 20.18 22-55 25.10 6-26-56 28.58 7-19-54 19.93 10-27-54 21.87 3-10-55 26.76 11-16-59 12.90 7-30-54 21.59 11-15-54 21.98d 803-153-19 10-27-54 25.85 15-55 26.82 5-17-55 31.40 123-55 25.85 11-15-54 25.86 22-55 29.53 6-29-55 29.37 1-28-56 27.80 11-30-54 26.52 3-10-55 31.08 8-31-55 26.70 3-19-56 28.80 12-22-54 26.84 47-55 29.88 10-20-55 25.94 803-153-29 5-17-55 24.14 6-26-56 23.22 11-16-59 10.45u 803-153-38 6-18-54 23.11 7-19-54 23.02 99-54 22.20 9-28-54 22.02 76-54 22.53 7-30-54 23.22 803-156-3 7-19-54 46.68c 10-12-54 45.17d 12-22-54 47.45d 76-56 51.34c 7-30-54 46.25d 11-16-54 46.64c 5-19-55 52.35c 11-19-59 43.44uc 9-28-54 45.53e 804-149-6 47-55 27.42u 8-31-55 24.09u 1-28-56 30.06u 6-25-56 27.50u 5-23-55 29.03u 10-20-55 23.66u 3-19-56 41.09ua 11-13-59 22.80u 6-28-55 25.18u 123-55 24.77u 51-56 ea 804-151-6 3-16-55 15.90 6-25-56 16.53 11-18-57 12.51 1-21-59 13.87 47-55 15.44 8-30-56 13.77 13-58 14.89 35-59 14.06 5-23-55 18.02 10-22-56 11.44 2-13-58 13.82 47-59 10.59 6-28-55 14.65 124-56 13.85 3-26-58 12.10 4-20-59 12.33 8-31-55 13.82 1-24-57 16.67 56-58 13.00 64-59 12.63 10-20-55 12.32 37-57 13.62 6-19-58 14.34 7-20-59 10.18 123-55 13.70 51-57 13.59 7-24-58 12.14 9-10-59 11.33 1-28-56 16.92 63-57 12.30 98-58 12.25 10-23-59 9.88 3-19-56 16.27 7-15-57 10.81 10-23-58 13.61 114-59 10.67 51-56 18.21 8-26-57 10.28 10-30-58 13.57 123-59 12.51 61-56 17.69 108-57 9.91 129-58 11.83 25-60 14.59 67-56 17.95 804-154-4 76-54 22.75 9-10-54 22.32 11-15-54 23.30 5-21-55 28.71 7-19-54 21.08 10-12-54 22.93 22-55 24.62+ 11-16-59 18.31u 7-30-54 18.42 805-153-2 2-13-56 14.76 37-57 13.19 3-25-58 11.66 4-17-59 11.95 2-29-56 14.28 51-57 13.85 56-58 20.91c 5-29-59 12.87 3-20-56 14.44 63-57 12.66 6-19-58 23.66c 7-16-59 10.95 69-56 15.49 7-15-57 12.09 7-24-58 22.68c 99-59 1 10.97 6-28-56 15.38 8-26-57 11.43 98-58 23.94c 10-22-59 9.82 8-30-56 12.92 101-57 10.93 10-23-58 24.57c 119-59 9.67 10-22-56 10.36 114-57 11.24 129-58 13.30 11-12-59 11.12c 124-56 12.86 12-30-57 14.12 1-19-59 11.87 123-59 11.63 _ 1-24-57 23.43c 2-12-58 12.04 33-59 13.10 24-60 15.93 127

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Table 7. Cacl umed uell Mater water Water Water b Doate level Date level Date level Date level 805-153-4 1-24-57 52.2ak 119-59 10.98u 11-12-59 12.68uc 805-157-1 76-54 31.92 7-19-54 31.66 7-30-54 31.47 805-157-3 76-54 30.09 10-28-54 31.06b 5-19-55 35.62 1-28-56 33.26 7-19-54 29.89 11-15-54 30.45 6-29-55 34.12 3-20-56 35.07b 7-30-54 29.66 12-22-54 31.43 91-55 30.32 51-56 36.83b 99-54 28.98 22-55 32.48b 10-20-55 30.46 6-30-56 36.30 9-28-54 29.57b 3-10-55 34.00b 123-55 30.58 115-59 29.15 10-12-54 29.47 48-55 33.81 805-157-16 69-56 56.88c 75-56 54.27c 108-57 46.10d 114-59 47.05u 805-159-1 115-59 94.0ak 115-59 92.5bk 805-159-4 115-59 121.01u 115-59 115.05u 115-59 113.74u 115-59 113.74 806-155-3 7-30-54 16.51a 6-29-55 20.95a 37-57 19.41 98-58 20.01b 99-54 17.64* 91-55 18.29b 52-57 20.28 10-23-58 23.60 9-28-54 16.08b 10-20-55 20.14a 63-57 19.92b 12-10-58 21.39b 10-12-54 17.22a 123-55 18.85b 7-15-57 19.00b 1-19-59 19.526 10-28-54 17.866 1-28-56 19.41b 8-26-57 18.14b 33-59 20.07 11-15-54 16.52b 3-20-56 21.44b 108-57 17.00b 4-17-59 18.45b 11-30-54 17.08b 51-56 22.77b 11-18-57 19.57b 61-59 18.21b 12-22-54 15.92b 69-56 23.54b 12-30-57 20.65b 7-16-59 17.23 15-55 16.12b 6-28-56 22.68a 2-12-58 18.24 99-59 17.45 22-55 16.70b 8-30-56 20.32b 3-25-58 18.09b 10-22-59 16.16b 3-10-55 17.40b 10-22-56 16.76b 56-58 19.39b 115-59 17.28 48-55 18.79b 124-56 19.67b 6-19-58 20.53b 123-59 17.58 5-19-55 21.29b 1-24-57 21.32 7-24-58 19.21b 14-60 22.20 806-156-2 12-56 20.80 51-57 19.92 4-21-58 15.80 4-17-59 17.19 1-28-56 19.39 63-57 18.80 5-27-58 17.32 61-59 16.89 2-28-56 20.00 7-15-57 18.40 6-19-58 21.76 7-16-59 15.98 3-20-56 20.73 8-26-57 17.08 7-24-58 18.01 99-59 15.77 51-56 22.73 108-57 15.30 98-58 18.95 10-22-59 15.19 6-28-56 22.51 11-18-57 18.20 10-23-58 23.36 115-59 16.00 8-30-56 19.72 12-30-57 19.76 129-58 19.70 123-59 16.61 124-56 18.35 2-12-58 17.58 1-19-59 18.50 24-60 19.58 1-24-57 20.86 3-25-58 17.35 33-59 18.95 16-61 17.50 37-57 18.86 807-134-3 76-56 18.5ak 77-56 16.3k 7-10-56 16.7k 115-59 20.5ck 807-155-1 3-10-55 17.61u 62-55 19.22u 6-28-56 20.66u 10-29-59 15.19u 48-55 17.74u 6-24-55 19.20u 10-24-58 23.27u 807-201-1 2-12-57 50.0bk 2-12-57 52.5ak 10-30-59 45.5k 808-153-1 2-14-56 15.77 37-57 13.15 3-25-58 11.95 4-17-59 13.02 2-28-56 13.72 51-57 15.88d 56-58 13.10 61-59 13.53 3-15-56 14.28 63-57 13.06 6-19-58 15.60 7-16-59 13.68 4-30-56 15.55 7-15-57 12.31 7-25-58 12.48 9-19-59 13.90 69-56 15.67 8-26-57 11.44 98-58 13.93 10-22-59 12.78 6-30-56 15.64 108-57 10.44 10-23-58 21.74c 115-59 14.15 8-30-56 12.63 11-18-57 13.72 12-10-58 15.41 123-59 15.48 10-22-56 10.27 12-30-57 17.65c 1-19-59 14.17 14-60 17.56 124-56 12.51 16-38 18.13c 33-59 14.92 24-60 18.59 1-24-57 15.76 2-12-58 12.66 808-155-1 6-22-55 15.39 91-55 12.30 10-19-54 11.74 11-30-55 12.47 128

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Table 7. Continued 808-155-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1956 Da.an. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. -N ov. Dec. S___ 15.51 16.30 16.05 16.43 15.42 14.55 12.73 12.08 n 2 --____-15.48 16.33 16.05 16.34 15.41 14.47 12.72 12.12 n S15.50 16.34 16.08 16.24 15.44 14.39 1 2.74 12.20 13.41 S_ 15.54 16.35 16.13 16.12 15.48 14.31 12.78 12.28 13.41 S14.62 15.79 16.28 16.22 16.05 15.47 1 4.23 12.79 12.34 13.97 .14.66 15.79 16.18 16.34 15.92 1 15.45 14.16 12.77 12.35 n 14.71 15.85 16.09 I16.40 15.80 15.47 1414 12.70 12.42 n IL __5.80 -LI _ : j 14.84 15.86 16.01 16.52 15.70 15.52 14.00 12.65 12.57 n 15.07 15.83 15.98 16.52 15_.67 15.60 13.95j 12.66 12.70 n -10"! 15.12 15.60 15.90 16.60 15.70 15.62 13.84 12.6913.01 n 11_ 15.02 15.65 15.86 16.62 15.50 15.64 13.74 12.73 12.95 n 12_ 14.93 15.64 15.80 16.67 15.38 15.65 13.68 I 12J7 12.90 n 13-_ 14.85 15.54 15.7616.69 --15-321565 --13.65 j 2.78 _ 13.02 n l4-i. J-14.83 15.51 15.75 _16.77 15.26; 15.57 .62 1 12.73 12.99 n M-1 .75 j16.77---jý215-' 1557 12-99 1i: 14.81 15.43 15.73 ' 16.88 15.20 1556 .58 12.58 13.02 n 14.78 15.41 15.72 16.95 _5.14 15_.56 13.57 12.38 13.02 n 11i'7 14.78 15.44 15.74 16.87 15.09 15.55 ! 13.45 i 12.40 13.00 n lib , 14.85 15.44 15.77 1684 15.10 15.53 13.33 12.37 12.98 n 14.71 15.8 6 15.88 16.72 15.1 15.4 13.24 12.359 12.99 n 9 1.78 15.45 15. 81 16.74 15.14 15.41 13.24 12.35j12.99 n :20 14.80 15.50 15.82 16.72. 15.16 15 .35 13.22 12.26 13.02 n i 14.87 15.51 15.84 16.71 15.18 15.27 13.21 12.10 13.02 n '22 __ 14.901 15.6615.88 1671 _ 152 1 1517 1 . 17 12.00 13.02 n 2. .. J _15.10_ L_15.66 : 15.88 16.72 15.21 15.14 13.08 11.98 13.08 n 2' ..... L 15_±.021 15.84 15.90 16.67 .22 15.11 13.00 11.98 13.09 n 25 15.04 15.94 16.07 16.65 15.25 1503 3 12.92 12.02 13.06 n ;2 ... _ 15.06: 16.02 I16._ 16.6 15.2 14.95_ 1_2.93 12.05 12.99 n 2_? 13.90. __ ._ 15.10L1614 16.10 16.63 ; 15.36 14.87 12.93 12.07 13.06 n S.15.22 16.25 _16 07 1663 15.35 14.81 12.93 12.04 13.18 -n 29 15.31 16.25 16.07 1.60 15.35 14.75 12.9 12.02 1318 n i30 -j* _ 15.32: 16.27 i 16.07 __ 16.52 4 15.35 14.72 | 12.81 .12.03 n n i -1 1 i 6 15.38i4.7 I 1204. _n 808-155-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1957 l an. r Feb. Mar. -Apr. May June July I Au.. St Oct Nov I _ n 15.35 14.63 16.96 15.50 14.60 14.94 14.19 -12.40 11.62 12.80 14.58 S n 15.31 14.57' 16.96 15.35 14.39 15.07 14.27 12.27 11.81 12.33 14.52 n 15.523 14_ 3916-.81 15.05 14.15 15.24 14.33 12.27 11.42 12.00 15.03 n 15.22; _14 26 16.77 1 15.02 14.50 2 14.76 13.65 13.02 11.39 12.16 15.50 L| n 15.27 14.28 16.74 15.01 14.80 14.76 13.61 n 10.83 12.53 15.77 n ..14.20 16.73 15.30 14.95 14.68 13.87 _n 10.52 12.92 15.97 _7 n n 14.20 16.68 15.32 15.05 14.35 13.98 12.20 10.52 13.04 15.25 n n 14.20 16.58 15.30 15.12 14.25 13.96 11.79 11.00 13.21 14.69 S .___l__L8 ;'.J6.56. .15.37_ L. 15.10 .14.70 1393 11.79 .11.38 12.74 14.54 i n n 14.14 16.63 15.56 14.95 :15.04 13.89 12.15 11.59 12.24 14.86 n. n .. .14.05 16.58 15.20 14.99 15.19 13.48 .12.31 11.67 12.24 15.52 12 : -n 14.10 16.58 15.28 15.09 15.18 13.48 12.31 11.22 12.82 15.32 13 -n n 14.19 16.27 15.36 15.15 14.65 13.68 12.32 10.85 13.16 15.27 __n .n 14.18 16.30 15.37 15.18 13.98 13.63 12.03 10.84 13.31 15.40 15 n 15.92 14.21 16.07 15.33 15.23 13.92 13.26 11.47 11.24 13.80 14.95 ;16 n 15.80 14.51 15.67 15.32 15.10 14.38 13.26 11.4311.70 13.60 14.87 [7_n... .1-69 .14.89-. 15.50 .15.15 .14.83 .14.57 .13.53 .11.80 11.92 13.43 15.35 Sn -15.62 ..15.38. 15.42 .14.97 .15.07 14.64. 12.95 _12.00_ 11.23 .13.66 15.95 19 ; n 15.79 16.15 15.35 .14.50 15.27 14.66 12.92 11.97 11.59 13.85 16.25 20 n 15.75 16.89 15.34 14.50 15.41 14.61 13.12 11.98 11.48 14.21 16.20 [2.... n. .15.62... _17-,3 _ 15.25 .14.72 .15.55 .14.25. 13.30 ;11=75 11.63 15.13 15.84 22._._.. ..15Z..._17.3.. 15.17 ,14.85 15.32 .14.22. 13.50_ 11.38 .12.00 15.62 15.58 3.. -. 15,4Q_.J 1L.40 15.15 14.94 14.93 14.35 13.44 11.26_ 12.27 14.96 15.29 ....15.92 .15,23 .. 7,24 15.60 15.03 14.82 .14.47 .13.14 11.60 12.30 14.90 15.10 25 15.91 14.92 17.18 15.97 14.98 15.12 14.47 12.89 11.95 12.26 15.18 14.92 L26 .15_,Q .14.78__ 17.25. 15.89 ; 14.68 15.24 14.47 .12.68 12.10 .11.90 16.42 -4.18 2___15,85 .14.71. 17.27 ; _16.40 4 14.79 : 15.32 14.00 00 00 12.16 _ 11.59 16.01 15.40 tL_.. 15.75 14.63 _17.1_8. 16.83 _15.04 15.35 13.64 13.22 11.85 11.63 15.52 15.97 -2._._15_ 56 --17.08_ 17.04 15.15 _. 15.38 i 13.62 13.16 11.45 12.32 14.97 15.55 16.67 15.25 199 13.96 13.23 "1.30 12.58 14.77 15.42 L * .17.07 T .i. 1.5. 18" 14.00 12.75 1 12-73 1..15.96 129

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Table 7. Concinued 808-155-1 Dlaly h4iear water level from recorder graph -1958 Feb. Mr. Apr. June July A. Se. Oct. ov. ec L 1.75 13.08 13.80 12.61 1 13.09 12.61 13.62 14.93 14. 14.97 .15.10 15.73 12.73 13.05 13.01 13.45 12.57 14.22 14.46 14.06 1497 n 15.84 16.21 12.92 L2. 13.12 13.34 12.95 1.88 14.33 14.67 30 16.27 S 16.15 13.05 1300 12.63 12.73 13.32 13.34 14.32 14.90 _5 _0 o 16.42 i 3 13.67 13.35 13.43 12.20 12.75 13.57 12.89 14.71 14.82 1445 n 16.46 L6 15.67 13.47 13.57 12.01 13.44 13.68 12.771 14.88 14.58 14 38 n 15.68 S15 -6 13.48 13.58 12.0 13.i89 13.37 i 12.76 15.08 14.45 14.8 _ 15.28 16.50 13.55 13.00 12.74 14.21 13.17 13.21 15.10 14.44 15.65 1 n 15.27 16.73 12.98 12.65 12.90 14.45 13.17 13.23 14.66 15.00' 16.05 n 15.78 10 16.12 12.92 12.65 12.92 14.02 13.80 .35 1 14.42 15.00 16.34 a 16.08 11 15.5 13.25 13.13 13.02 [ 13.2 14.29 13.41 14.36 15.23 16,20 .16.37 L' 13.16 13.25 13.53 12.46 13.00 14.46 13.05 14.75 15.28 1550 16.50 I 15.11 13.11 13.67 12.06 13.41 i 14.87 12.64 14.93 14.50 15.32 15.71 15.53 13.04 13.69 12.06 '13.61 i 4.87 1 .65 15.04 14.10 15.65 a 15.35j i ,1534 12.86 1 3.43 12.29 13.83 I 14.l 5 12.86 14.93 14.10 16.33 n 15.37 :i. 0 15.00' 13.0 L;12.90 12.53 13.8 14.53 12.89 14.63 14.55 17.17 n. 15.901 IT 14.87 13.8 12.62 12.80 13.09 15.17 12.95 14.27 14.78 -n "16.10j '1 14.31 182 12.93 12.34 12.86 15.60 13.02 14.22 14.67 n 1.37 16.25 1i 13.92 13.95t 1.2.28, 1.1.9L7 12.86 15.9 3.1 14.45 14.62 n 15.72 16.28 'U 13.93 -13.99 i 13..46 11.62 13.20 15.96' 13.16 14.78 14.27 n 15.92 I 15.80 i a1-lz 14.13 13 11.46 .325 15.66 13.22 14.95 14.07 18.27 16.03 15.45 ,22 1 8 14.16 1 3.22 11.38 13.63 T15.27 13.311 15.13 14.08 18.45 15.67 140 S59 11.38 13.60 i .0 13.30 14.67 14.54 1.67 15.09 15.90 S 13.87 12.8 11.43 12.90 15.07 1331 14.51 15.11 18.75 15.09 15.76 s a 13.99 12.86 11.41 12.52 i 15.40 13.35 14.45 15.24 n 15.52 1 15.34 S a 14.01 13.07 11.38 12.50 15.16 13.40 14.85 15.28 n 15.86 j 1496 : 27 a 13.98 13.22 11.38 12.95 F14.63 13.40 15.08 14.80 n 15.47 I 14.73 Sa 13.99 13.33 11.42 13.17 14.28 13.70 15.15 14.33 n 15.25 14.67 -s -.2S .--12.84 12.30 13.30 13.87 14.30 15.32 .14.26 a 15.36 ' 14.79" -30 13.32 * 12.22 12.80 i 13.05 13.62 1.2 14.90 1 4.75 a 14.99 i 15.50 Tt-S7 1 142 i 12 71 14-79 14 17 1 -1 n808-155-1 Daily highest water level fro recorder graph -1959 'n Jan. 7 Feb. Mar, A-r. May JneJul-A. Stnet.v A-. . S1-3 .14.68_ 14.77 n 12.98 12.51 12.00 11.60 11.78 11.81 10.75 12.01 S13.24 14.68 14.74 a 13.19 12.84 12.20 11.24 12.20 11.98 10.68a 12.41 S14-93 15.06 15.15. a 12.39 13.22 12.04 11.12 12.27 11.66 11.08 12.59 .14.57 15. .28 28 o 12.25 13.43 11.52 11.42 12.35 11.14 211.48 12.78 i 4.54 15.45 1.27 a 12.62 13.59 11.10 11.75 12.38 1115 11.68 12.96 i4.96 : 15.58 15.27 i n 13.12 13.73 11.09 11.92 11.85 11.47 12.34 1.51 7 15.35 15.53 14.55 i n 13.40 13.25 11.43 12.05 11.32 11.74 _ 11.53 ij12.W3 -'15. 138 14.61 " 14.15 13. _ 13 12 11.65 11.53 11.21 11.83 1 1.18 12 72 1 9 1.40 14.3 1 .98 n 13 1327 179 11 .29 11.57 11.93 M .13 W 1'5.03 -.14 : U 1 .4 n 13.90 13.42 11.87 i 11.15 11.87 ,11.44 11.60 13.62 ! A .14.7 .14.05 14.80 .n 13.83 13.52 11.90i11.34 12,06 11.02 11.95 13.92, 12 1453_ 13.8 14.83 a 13.93 .13.58 11.28 I 11.61 12.20 _1.01 ,11.98 13.98 ra --5 ..9.. 5 i _o --' _ .9 -.1 1 .2 3 .7 1 1 .7 8 1 1 .4 0 1 1 2 .2 2 13 .4 3 .a 215.25 13.89 14.85 12.40 14.02 12.59 11.29 11.80 11.54 11.65 12.35 13.39 15 15.38 13.82 13.85 12.73 14.07 12.23 11.47 11.86 11.72 11.29 12.00 13.67 a 15.47 7 13.85 12.85 13.65 11.87 11.60 1 11.34 11.73 11.59 11.85 .14.10 ±1 7, 4 * AT n 17 R 13 2 9 11.42 11.73 11.34 12.07. 14.22 L.1XLU.14 -" ..-2471. 14.3L .. i4T 14-97 n 12.45 11.20 1 1.12 11.10 11.40 11.77 10.95 12.34 14.35~ 1 14.62 15.29 n I 11.93 13.50 10.85 10.72 11.70 11.78 10.92 12.47_ 14.22 S 53 .S3 n 11.90 13.78I 10. 10.9 11. 11.06 11.29 12.57 .168 S2-._I3 .1.06 12.30 13.95 10.51 i 11.02 111.97 10.95 11.02 1 12.59_ 13.561 2_ 13,50 T4.7 n a 12.54 14.00 I o0 14. !. 11. 87. 11.14 10.80 i 12.16 13.98 2 _ _ .70 __L 12.4 13.40 10.37 11.56 11.25 11.39 11.00 I 12.14 14.40 Z. 1.08 q o ___ 2.76 12.95 10.58 11.63 1 11.17 11.45 10.76 12.28 13.74 s5 14.38 1.49 a 1512.73 1287 10.48 11.79 1 11.47 11.51 10.46 12.49 13.15 ..15 a .2.t2 1 3.22 j_0.4 0.90 11.78 .61 10.43 I 12.24 1 .I u_ 14.93 13.79_ 12.0 1358 L-10.69 10.81 11.98 11.18 10.94 11.78 i 12.47 E._ 13.31 l5.73 a 12.28 13.79 ! 10.55 11.20 12.13 11.13 11.15 _11.54 12.47 S 15.45 -12.59 13.82 1-il.2bT 11.60 12.22 11.31 11.00 1.38 13.03 S 12.80 13 1. 11. 112 11 11.51 13.44 i5 I" -L .61306 130

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Table 7. Continued 808-155-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1960 1 13.22 14. -17-...... 2 12.88 13.74 -7 13.32----..... T ... ..! ... .!-; --.~': " i-_. 13.693 --I .. -..__..-.. ..-L-. .._..._ --__.. _...-.., 11 13.17 ;24"T4^22 ~ ~ ---_--J----t--* _ ~ T" ------|---; 6 , 14.23 5 i -" 17 13.74 19 13.64 ;19 1398 |. -_____ S20 14.28 -_3_ 13.8 _____ _ ______ 126 14.22 17 g6_ 1__ 23 I------I -* I ___Well Water Hater Hater Water Number Date level Date level Date level Date level 808-156-1 75-56 43.5k 10-30-59 39.5k 808-156-2 6-24-55 40.33 9-20-55 35.76 809-153-3 6-28-56 15.04 46-59 11.00 57-59 14.05 10-30-59 10.91 3-20-57 15.84 48-59 11.33 810-149-2 13-55 31.80 10-23-56 32.02 12-30-57 35.46 33-59 35.02 6-30-55 34.24 123-56 33.26 2-12-58 33.96 4-17-59 33.47b 91-55 32.75 1-25-57 35.24 3-25-58 33.19 61-59 33.70 10-19-55 32.45 38-57 33.64 6-19-58 35.63 7-16-59 32.36 11-30-55 33.03 4-25-57 e 7-25-58 33.85 98-59 32.52 1-27-56 34.40 64-57 32.92 98-58 34.36 10-27-59 31.90c 3-15-56 35.02 7-16-57 32.28 10-23-58 36.62 123-59 33.24 4-30-56 35.91 8-27-57 31.71 12-10-58 35.43 14-60 33.99 72-56 35.16 108-57 31.20 1-19-59 35.24 24-60 35.14 8-31-56 33.70 11-19-57 33.15 810-151-1 3-10-55 20.21u 62-55 21.30u 72-56 20.89u 10-27-59 15.30u 48-55 19.95 6-30-55 20.53u 810-155-1 6-28-56 9.00 3-20-57 8.44 10-29-59 3.89 814-133-1 2-13-58 17.02 55-59 16.65 112-59 16.18 814-148-1 105-55 3.64 11-30-55 4.26 1-12-56 4.82 72-56 5.25 131

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Table 7. Continued 814-148-1 SDaily bighestc ater level fro recorder graph -1957 S. . mar. -, I l Au,. Spt. Oct. .o,,. .e S3.44 3.14 3.10 " -' I , 3.39 3.14 3.01 a n 3.36 1 3.17 2.98 .n .3.30 3.13 ..242 .. . 3.23 3.05 24 4.51 3.22 2.99 I2.97 n 4.49 3.19 2.97 2.99 a 4.47 F" 3.18 2.93 n i n : 4.43 3.17 2.93 a a 4.37 H0____ _ .. 3.50 3.17 2.95 a -._4,.36 3.51 3.20 2.92 n : 4.33 t _ I .3.38 3.28 2.93 .n 4.48 S3.34 3.30 2.96 4.56 "-1" "1 3.36 3.23 2.95 _ 4.55 J 1-.. 37 3.2 2.93 i .4.54 ; __. .... .. " 3.33 i 3.22 2_.9 ..__ .n 4.52 j S i 322 3.22 2.96 _ n 4.50 S. 3.15 3.30 I3.04n 4.5 S3.17 3.29 3.08 n n 4.79 S " ; _ 3.23 3.25 3.11 n. _ n 4.82 S_________ __ 3.34 3.121 3.04 .;n n 4.72 S. ___ i 3.37 : 3.14 3.07 4 n 4.54: _ ___. __ .: .i 3.42 3.15 3. 091 4.40 0 .2 _i 3. f 37 i 3 3.4 .16 T309 L_ .428 2 _____ .__. 3.43 3.17 J0 3.1. ._ --"n" 4.273 -3 _ __~_ -.... -3 .18 Y3.11 7-_: -i' 4.307. 814-148-1 Daily highesc water level froa recorder graph -1958 fla. .--. F. 'a-rFr l. Juu-ne I -I A,.-f-. t.-. Nv ... .4.-31 3.51 3.50 3.22 3.65 3.93 4.05 4.334.64 5.29 5.37 5.20 I I.4.1_ 3.65 f 3. 3.25S 3.71 3.95 4.04 4.38! 4.67 5.34 527 5.15S L 430. 3.-70 3. 3 .207 3.77 4.00 3.9 4 4. 5.38 5.20 5.00 .__ 4.41 3.80 3.36 3.22 3.78 4.07 3.80 4.412 4.73 S .32 5.09 5.00 S4.47 3.77 3.38 '3.26 3.75 4.15.48 49.73 i 5.279 -5.2 5.04 3, 4.-1 370 3.33 3.2 3.72 4.18 3.75 54 4.75 25 .4.90 5I-4.0 3. 62 -3 -3.33 3.72 '. -9 i-:3.73 4.56 a.82r8 5 .27 .13 -14.09 3 .216 3.4 3 -1.90 4.2i 14. 2. Z 3.67 3.30 , 3.43 3.89 4.27 3.73 4.60 4.69 5.34 4.70 5.12 .. 4.29 37 2.38 .35 .. 3.92 4.34 3.74 .4,63 .4..6 3 4. 63 5.15 : 4 .72 32 3.33 3.21 4.01 4.37 3.77 4.59 4.61 5.52 4.63 5.15 Il 4.27 3.64 3.44 3.22 3. 39 4. .84 6 4.50 4.62 5.59 4.68 4.97 S 4.25 3.66 3.39 3.25 3.87 430 3.88 43 ..67 0 5.67 4.70 5.04 3 .1 3.67 3..3 3.30 3.892 4 4.6 4. I696 5.79 4.71 5.05 S4.08 3.37 3.37 3.1 3. 8 433 3.97 4. 475 5.76 4.72 5.00 1 4.02 3.60 3..40 3.05 3.0 4.35 3.99 4.3-.80 5.77 '4.73 5.00 4 .01 3.68 3.44 3.04 3.79 4 4.9 4. 02 436 4. 80 5.78 4.76 4.96 4.05 3.4 3.42 3.16 3 3.82 4.4 t 44.4 43A 8 ..78 4.90 S.09 3.Z5 ._1.4 .3.25 ..3.6 4.57 .4_ .4.83 5., 4.78 4.89. •? 4.13 3.76 3.29 3.30 3.89 : 4.66 i 3.98_. 4.44 4.85 5.75 4.80 4.92 2! 3.93 .3.81 .. 3.35. 3.36 3.83 4.71 J.499_ _9 .50 4.94 1 5.60 I 4.85 ; 5.03 3-90 .3J.78 J...40 3.34. 3.76 ;_ 4.64 4.02_ ,. .45 ._96f 5.5 9 , 5 4.88 5.08 3-75 3.78 .3.41 i 3.34 3.73 .4.58 4.07 , 4.62 5.00 i5.60 , 4.93 5.05 363 .3.22 3. 3.65 458 4.12 4.66 5.02 5.62 4.95 5.04 3.68 3.79 3.20 3.40 62 4.56 4.15 4.70 5.03 5.63 ·4.97' 5.11 S 3.58 3.55 .3.10 .3.45 3.62 4.45 .1 i 4.75 5 .4.95 5.05 3.60 3.45 3.14 3.47 3.67 4.3 5 .2 4.76 5.06 52 5.00 4.70 3.65 3.48 3.22 3.50.. 3.73 4.27 4.15 4.60 .11_ 5.74 _ 5.05 4.58 3.55 -3.28, 3.55 15 3.76 4.21 4.16 59 5.05 i 4.54 : 3.63 3.8 .61 ' 3.80 4.10 4.17 -4.62 5.25 n -5.18' ' 4.49 3.59 ; 3.16 ;' 3:87' --14.25 ' 4.64 I 5.58~i I. 4.381 132

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Table 7. Continued 814-148-1 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1959 Dav JIan. Feb. Mar. Apr. ay 1 June Jul Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. L1 432 -4.00 -. 2 4.05 4.02_ 4.00 S4.00 143,92. 16 ~6 .4..7 _ .34_ 3.95 ._3.42 4.10 3.95 -3.80 --"6 4.10 _! 4.10 3.78 : 4.08 4.13 3.89 ;_^ '3.98 4.05 j 3.83 , .-". i ; 10 -4.14 4.07 3.87 i !11 4.23 4.13 3.88 '1 4.25 4.17 3.73 13 4.19 4.16 3.75 . 4 4.6 4.1 ---15 4.07 4.13 39 '16 4.00 4.15 i 3.54 i .. ... .---.-. 17 4.10 4.08 4 --_ 19 4.21 4.15 .___. __ .i --. 2 4.17 4.33 21 4.12 4.43 : .22 4.13 4.45 .. .. . 23 4.15 4.39 i -... --S;24 _4.15 4.38 " I -'25 3.95 4.39 __________ 26: 3.88 4.40: 2_§2_.. 2; n 4.35 " .. 2S n 4.18 .29 3.92 --I 1 _____ __ 30 3.95 Well Water Water Water Water Number Date level Date level Date level Date level 815-157-2 37-56 3.63 10-23-56 0.78 5-20-57 0.98 11-19-57 2.80 3-15-56 3.34 123-56 2.77 64-57 1.51 12-30-57 2.37 4-30-56 4.00 1-25-57 2.88 7-16-57 1.19 2-12-58 1.34 .69-56 .4.54 38-57 1.74 8-27-57 1.15 3-25-58 .82 72-56 3.45 4-25-57 1.80 108-57 1.00 56-58 1.15 8-31-56 3.41 133

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Table 7. ConCinued 815-157-2 Daily higheat water level fr1o recorder graph -1958 FebPa-. Apr. AJee. Set. ~ .ct Nov. 1 Dec S 2.70 _2.85 1.66 _1.92 3.19 2.59_ 2.94 : -_ -_ .79 2.5 1.7 2.10 3.10 2.53 .. S 2. 88 2.34 1.72 2.04 2.98 2.50 2.68 --3.00 2.09 1 1.62 2. 2. 2.79 .3 2.62 I T!= I 1 3.09 1.88 I 1.62 2.20 2..78 n T -2.62 1 L ' 3.14 1.69 L 1.54 2.20 2.75 2.01 2.70 1 1 3.17 1.64 1.52 2.05 2.75 t1.934 2n S-3.0 12 5 .1._7 1.-96-72. 1.80_ . S 3.33 1.74 1 1.47 1.78 2.89 -1.80 2.82 i10 -......i 3.3 9 1.81 1.40 1.78 2.99 1. 79 2.90 ' I 3.47 A 1.97 -1.30 2.84 3.07 __ 80 ; 2.66 2i ." I 3.506 2.06 1n -1.94 3.14 1.89 2.63 .I 3.59 2.16 n 2.00 3.23 1.98 2.637 _--.__| 3.63 2.2 n 2.02 3.32 2.02 2.66 S.~ "~~3-367-i 2.34 n 2.10 3.37 2.08 ,' 2.60 b _ _____ _ __ 3.74 .2.30 12.21 3.40 2.13 i 2.50, -_ -____ 3.80 2.34 n_ 2.29 3.46 2.20 _2.49 , " I 23.87 1.2_.2 1.37 2.35 3.39 2.271 2.50 T19" I " 3.95 1.93 43 2.44 2.94 2.29 j -2.55 14.02 1 1.64 4.45 Z.52 Z.87 2.39-2.62 S.06 1.63 1.60 2.60 .84 2.41 2.6 = 16 -3.91 1.6 I 9 1.6 1 2.65 2.86 2.48 2.76 S-37 ~ .r 2.7617 Z.88 1 54 1i 2.78 a" )1. 7 n -3.50 1.87 1.48 2.77 2.96 i2.59 ;. 2.78 S3..0 1 .3 1.47 2.84 3.00 2.62 2.82 1 !*26. _________ 1 3.30 1.69 1.45 2.89 3.05 2.68 1 2.16 S -1" 2 ______ 6 3.19 1. 1.38 2.95 3.11 2.69 1.73 ., 6 1 2.32 3-.06 1.01 1.38 3.02 3.22 3. 2.75 1.68 ' 9 i j 2.44 2.98 1.43 1.48 3.11 3.30 2.771 1.67 30 i .5 87 -1 1.57 3.20 3.34 2.90 1.6 S.60 51 1.2 3.34 65 815-157-2 Daily hiheast Water level from recorder graph -1959 i 6.3 L .20 1 1.14i 0".70 o |oJ _ 0.95 0.90 0.88 1.65 0.84 2.09 ; .1 .98 1.05 .89 .90 1.75 .89 2.07 S--1.27 1.16 S .S on 1.08 .76 .8 1.55 1.00 .2.09" a 1.28 1.19 1.02 9 _1 113 ._ .67 .99 .72 1.38 1.11 I 2. S 1.30 1.12 n 1.39 .68 n .69 1.34 1.22 2.23 -1. 39 .1.07 1.29 I I 1.49 .69 T1. .1.1 1.8 2.1 a 1.50 1.18 1.36 ! 1.56 .70 1.32 .80 .99 .30. 2.l I L.n 1.44 a 1.47 1 .5 .0 1.37 .92 .96 1 1.30 2.16 a 1 .44 1.29 T.--t~ .4 :58 1.11 .91 .97 1.33 -2.22 I To 52 1.36 1.n29 n 1.64 .52 1 .90 .91 1.02 1.427 2.21 .1.61 1.44 .89 n 1.74 .47 .86 .93 1.08 1.51 2.6 2 "a 1--68 1.00 T S '--.83j .4' 2 .-86 1.02 f3.2.19j L ..83 1.6L -2-1. l 03 1.04 1.60 ' 2 4 --a_ 1.74 -L_0: 6_7 1-4.00n7 ml.3 .44 i .94 .92 1.08 i 1.65 2.15 15.-47 1.76 .82 1.03 a i 1.28 .50 .81 .73 1.10 1.70 2.21 o -1.13 1.80 .62 .89 .1.99 .48 1 .69 .62 1.22 1 1.76 2.26 ..J 1. i LS .. 1 .5 --.55 -i&m I A D 1 & -62 -.M 1.01 1.a80n 2.29| 19 1.39 1.86 .30 ; n | i .48 .49 .65 .68 1.10 1.89 2.19 1 _Z. L.38 Z.10 .44 : u I .51 * .2 .84 .71 .76 1 1.74 2.251 S 1.14. 2.17 .61 n n i .57 .63 .90 .77 .71 1.7 --7 '2.30" .-t.7 lB __ 2-----66.62 .95 .82 .61 1.87"2.,35 ,1,. a 2.-s -__.-9 -----_nL-_-.._ -7-r _ .72 -.93 .92 .59 1.75 2.03 S .90 2.21 .99 'n I n .87 .85 .96 1.04 .68 1.71 1.86 Z;!7 .88 2.01 1..22 L n |82 S .93 1..42 I.8L an _ __ _ 01 .90 .1.28 1.39 1.03 1.81 1.80 1-01_ --.87 _ n l .86 1.0613 1.42 .9 9._2_ 1480 S .0 .-91 n | j .87 i 1,24. .93 1.54 ,83 2.05 1.89 -12 ! 4p 1 1.02 .88 1 .83 I 2.04 134

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Table 7. Continued 815-157-2 Daily highest water level from recorder graph -1960 ay I .Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr arJone I July Aug. I Sppr nrf 'No n.e 1 1.917 ... 2.23 .... ...... S 1 .9. 14 . 2.32 " _ ____ i ._ 16 2.37 l9~j 2?52 '~ ~ -j'----27 1 --j -**: -11 2.23 i?014 2.32__r__ a__te t i15, 232 116 2.37 19 i 2.__527 _____ _____ _.________ .7 _2__ __ 2.61 i -: . 2 82 _____ i __ ______ i__ I __i Well Water Water Water Water Number Date level Date level Date level Date level 817-150-1 10-26-59 35.60ub 11-60 36.65u 818-151-2 4-30-59 7.10 54-59 7.40 10-26-59 6.78 819-151-1 107-55 19.19 1-25-57 20.35 2-12-58 19.34 33-59 19.18 11-30-55 19.88 38-57 19.83 3-25-58 18.62 4-17-59 18.83b .. __2_, " ------... .... ... 1-27-56 19.84 4-25-57 19.53 56-58 19.23 61-59 18.80 3-15-56 20.47 64-57 19.40 6-19-58 20.75 7-16-59 17.32 4-30-56 21.34 7-16-57 19.45 7-25-58 19.44 98-59 18.73 72-56 20.48 8-27-57 18.92 98-58 20.10 10-26-59 18.55 8-31-56 20.25 108-57 18.99 10-23-58 20.15 123-59 19.45 10-23-56 18.80 11-19-57 20.17 12-10-58 19.08 24-60 19.77 123-56 20.14 12-30-57 19.83 1-19-59 19.24 135 135

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ToIl I, Analrose, f WoIw eIa Wo11o, .ko, mad p'ris rn P4lk Couny#, Flwlde (Ireulse In parrs pir tlll6an oeep for alero, p1, Ld *peOlf(,c SonJuelsne , MAnyrie by UIG, 0golo|ieS lsrvly,) AquIfern seploed r, 1|or14ani N, nonersoli«nl I, ««eod44 ay srle.tanl V, uppnrmotl ir&etn, Iewsrki fl , biller iaple, SI I i I } I "i number k '~ a-irks 7341921-1 825-54 1000 318 i 75 10 0.03 18 7.3 3.8 8i *..** 8.0 5, 0.1 0.0 *95 7i5 -* 160 .0 730-121.2 125-54 540 205 f 7511 .01 17 7.9 3.6 83 *--7.0 5.0 .1 .2 * 7 715 .-. 161 7.4 ... 739-1t1-3 8-15-54 1035 262 ? 75 11 .04 18 7.1 4.0 83 *... 6.8 5.8 .1 .0 *--. 93 74 **.18 7.39 * 739.121-4 1-25-54 101 283 1 71511 .03 18 7.1 3,9 82 *-*. 6.5 6.0 .1 .0 -.-94 74 ... 1. 8 8.1 .... J 744-131-6 5. 1-19 430 197 1 77 27 .03 40 12 8.0 1.6 10 0 3.2 10 .4 .1.... * 190 150 2 305 7.6 ** 744.159.1 5 7.59 130 87 1 78 37 --. 47 27 5,16 .6 2 0 .0 7,0 .6 .1 *.... 257 226 9 421 7.4 .... 745.147-2 -6-59 30 20 S? 72 --1 5.4 *.... -... 9.0 0 30 16 .-... .... 119 67 60 174 5.1 ** 745-143-1 51-35 900 1001 77 31 .01 40 16 1i 1.3 213 0 10 12 1.0 .1 --. 230 166 0 373 7.6 3 745-158111 .759 980 *.61 19 .02 40 9.7 7.2 1.2 145 0 20 10 .5 .1 ....187 140 21 294 7.8 -748-14.-3 56-59 744 *** 1 78 13 .05 44 11 4.5 .7 129 0 45 8.0 .3 .0 *-. 212 155 50 315 7.9 3 749-120-1 56.59 300 102 1 74 22 .04 31 9.6 9.8 1.3 140 0 3.2 13 .4 ...-. 157 117 2 257 7.7 3 750-135-1 56-S9 1060 128 1 81 14 .03 30 3.9 3.6 .8 93 0 7.6 7.2 .2 .2 .-110 91 1 13 7.8 3 752-142-1 S6-39 555 150 5,V 80 .*-. 22 7.5 .-1 86 0 .2 4.0 -... -... .... 101 86 16 168 7.8 752-142-4 56.59 200 170 8 82 13 .--25 7.7 5.7 .8 66 0 20 9.0 .3 .0 -128 94 40 213 7.2 -752-150-4 5-. 6-9 186 10 8 78 .* 2 11 ....*-... 108 0 8.0 8.5 --....... 132 108 19 223 7.2 753-150-1 12.28155 600 .-77 15 .02 73 19 8.5 .7 168 0 122 10 .6 4.8 -... 344 182 44 519 7.6 1 58-59 725 ..1 76 3.2 .01 20 11 8.2 .8 48 0 54 12 .2 .0 -157 95 56 234 7.4 3 753-138-3 5. 7-19 240 237 7 79 -1--4195 .. 14 12 -195 1 8.5 -... ........ 179 160 --315 7.7 --. CrstI l tr orton 3s

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Table 8. Continued 753-158-3 57-59 300 --7 79 ...* *-. 54 6.9 ......-184 .--. 13 8,5 .. -.. ..-188 163 --326 7.8 ...Crystal River Formation; Bs 57-59 350 --F 79 -------47 9.8 .--..176 -... 14 8.5 -. -...-179 158 --.. 316 7.7 .--. Crystal River Formation; Be 57-59 400 --F 79 18 .... 53 7.1 7.0 0.9 185 ---12 8.5 0.4 0.2 ---184 161 ---325 7.6 --. Williaton Formation; IB 57-59 450 --F 79 21 ---48 11 6.9 1.0 185 .... 11 8.5 .4 .1 ..186 165 ..* 326 7.8 -... Inglis Formation; Be 57-59 500 237 F 79 21 ..** 50 8.5 6.6 .7 186 *... 11 8.0 .4 .1 -*-187 160 **** 325 7.7 --.. Avon Park LiMstone; sB 57-59 550 --F 79 17 **.. 46 11 6,8 .8 178 .*.. 14 8.5 .4 .0 **-. 191 160 **.. 326 7.7 .*-. Avon Park Limestone; IS 753-158-5 57-59 92 67 8 74 26 ---51 31 7.8 .5 302 0 .8 9,0 ,5 .0 .-260 254 7 468 7.8 .-754-135-1 58-59 809 --F 81 18 0,01 42 9.0 5,0 2.0 170 0 2.4 8.3 .2 .1 .... 169 142 2 285 7.4 3 757-152-2 6-11-56 252 90 F 77 16 .08 54 11 13 .7 192 0 8.8 24 .0 1,5 -... 224 180 23 396 7.4 8 757-156-2 6-11.56 120 77 7 76 -.-* *-------. ..--..--....---..--.*-... -0.00 115 96 ---192 7.6 . 757-158-1 6-11-56 328 163 F 77 ---------..**.. .* ....... --.... .00 178 156 -... 299 7.2 ... -758-122-1 56-59 650 206 F 75 16 .06 32 4.4 3.6 1.0 112 0 6.4 5.5 .5 .1 ..** 128 98 6 204 7.8 7 .j 758-132-1 56-59 250 120 7 74 .....*-24 7.5 -... .-103 0 .0 6.5 ..--*.94 91 6 179 7.7 .-758-145-1 55-59 381 75 F 81 21 .05 39 5.7 8.0 1.6 150 0 1.6 8,0 .3 1.1 -.. 155 121 0 258 7.4 7 758-155-2 6-11-56 811 0-133 8,7 77 .--... .. -* ---... ....* * ... .. .---. .00 177 148 .--296 7.7 -223288 759-155-1 6-11-56 L220 293 F 79 .... -** -* --* ---.--* --------* .--.... 00 289 216 ---418 7,4 *800-153-1 57-59 80 75 8,7 75 29 .*-65 23 11 .8 312 --.. 1.6 6.0 .6 .9 **.. 286 256 .... 485 .7.7 -Hawthorn Formation BIe 57-59 150 75 ,F7 75 26 .... 57 22 7.9 .8 274 ---1.6 6.0 .6 .9 *... 255 232 .... 430 7.5 **.. Suwannee Limestone; 3l 57-59 250 75 S,F 76 15 ..-37 7.2 4.7 .7 150 ..-.4 4.5 .6 .0 *--143 122 *--249 7,5 **-. Crystal River Formation; Be 800-153-3 2-15-55 037 117 7 80 ---.01 46 14 .....212 -**. 4.0 11 .--.. ..... 226 174 .--359 7.5 .... 800-157-1 6-11-56 772 219 7 79 .--.. * -. -...*.--. --.. .... ------------...... .00 189 164 ...311 8.0 *... 801-149-1 67-56 225 100 F 79 *----.-*.. -----.* --....---*.--... 00 211 204 --.. 356 7,9 -801-155-1 67-56 560 120 F 76 .... .... .... --....-........----... .04 165 144 **-279 7.4 *..

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Ttbs I5, Ooa(l(u14 0,437. IV 5.5se 405 111 v 79 1 0,0 47 4 .7 ,1 1,1i 11 0 3, l 01. Oi 14 176 1M1 1 115 7,M * 0llO-15O.sS I* i t 83 4 0I 76 .. .., ... # .3" 1 1 6 ." "' """ "'..r. ."q , .*,11 1 33 1. 73,4 ... OMS.ltO 6I. 7.16 330 43 I,? 74 ... .. .. .. "" 6 ...... .6 .... 6 0 .13 I 7,1 .... 803 .15140 314.5 65 55 1 73 ..,14 30 9,5 ..* .112 .., 3.1, 0 0 401... ... ... 40 114 .... 1,0 .... 803153-6 1.14.1 5 57 *--5 76 ., 3 .... 162 .3.. 5.0 .. O" ... .... 5 913 160 .... 310 7,7 *.. 03.153.12 6* 7.56 46 41 1 74 w .. ... ." **. ..... "1 ... ... ... OO 1 1 .... 7 7.3 .... l02.15.l 6. 9.56 746 160 1 79 ....** * **" .. ..... ...... ..... .R ..8 237 13 .... 383 7.2 .... 02136.1 2.15.5 12 12 N 72 -.14 57 15 .... ... 205 .... 2233 14 ..... ... 300 202 .... 406 7,6 .... 502-16-.2 215.55 118 60 1 72 *-.. .17 24 18 .. ..... 144 .... 2.0 10 -.. ...... 1 132 .... 250 7.6 ...6 803-157-12 1&*55 838 280 1 80 17 .01 54 15 7.5 1.0 249 .-* 2.4 6,0 .2 1.0 ,1 227 198 -... 394 8.0 02.19-1 6.11.56 635 114 81 .... .... .. .... .... ... ... ............ -...... .1 211 172 .... 322 7.8 **... 8103-141.5 10I.1-3. 160 631 , .. ....-... 18 9 ....... 112 0 ... 6.0 .......... 0 82 0 192 8.2 5 803-150.1 6* 7-56 50 451 8 74 .......... .... .......... ........ -... ... .. .00 394 258 -.... 4 7,7 803.150-5 6. 7-.6 13 13 U 74 .... ...... ........ ... ... ........ ............. 14 534 232 .-737 6.8 803-151-5 2-14-55 69 41 07T 74 -.03 64 30 ...... 337 -10 22 .-.... .... .334 284 ..75 7.6 ... 803-151-6 2-14-55 113 36 ,7 75 -.06, 38 21 .--..... 214 ... 7.0 12 -.. ....... .214 182 .*366 7.9 .803-153-3 2-15.55 355 55 8,1 72 -.03 46 21 -..... 237 -.0 10 -... .. .... 244 202 --380 7,8 803-153-5 2-15-55 6 512 .--.02 26 17 ..... -144 .. 3.0 16 ... ....... 10 136 .--. 269 7.2 803.113-28 2.14-55 127 53 ,71 71 -.09 34 21 .... .. 202 * 2.0 11 .... .... 202 172 .-339 7.8 -803-153-36 214-15 5 59 S1 8 75 -.04 40 20 ...-.. 197 .-1.0 13 -... ...... 202 180 ... 232 7.8 803-154-6 2-15-55 20 20 N 73 .-.51 4.0 3.9 ... .12 --. 4.01 t ... .. .... 681 26 .-64 5.7 -803.154-9 2-15-.5 64 451 S -..... ,13 30 19 .--. 174 *-3.0 9.0 ......... 200 154 --. 294 7.5 .-803.154.22 2-15-55 9 13 8 74 -.25 42 23 -... .. 222 .-3.0 9.0 -...-.. 236 200 .-338 7.3 -803-15425 2-15 .55 49 40 1 74 ..25 44 24 ------232 --4.0 26 .-..... ..248 208 .-363 76 .6

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Table 8. Continued -1 (2) (3) (4) (6)1 (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13 (14) (15) (16) (17) (18U (19) (20) (21) (22_ (23) (241 (251 (26) 803-154-34 86-59 58 31 S 76 28 -.34 18 6.7 0.0 168 4 1.2 10 0.8 0.4 -... 186 159 15 312 8.4 3 804-150-1 67-56 82 58 8 76 ----------------.----------0.00 139 116 ---229 7.8 -804-151-6 67-56 373 '40 8,7 76 -------. -.--------.--..---------... -. ..00 218 176 ---353 7.5 -804-152-2 12-20-55 59 45 U,8 74 ....-47' 19 7.1 --202 0 31 10 --.-.-.. 276 195 --.. 412 7.7 .-804-153-4 67-56 59 39 8 741-.. -.. -.. ----... ..-------.-----.. 04 234 226 --.. 437 7,7 .804-153-6 69-56 60 40 UTS 75 ---------.. -.... -...... ---.. '" ". .--.00 437 302 --724 7.5 --804-154-2 2-14-55 31 --N 74 --0.04 3.2 5.8 ....-10 --. 2,0 13 ---..-44 32 --. 74 5.8 --. 804-154-4 2-14-55 126 78 8,F 71 --. .71 4.0 5.4 -----12 .--. 3.0 11 -.. --..--54 32 .--. 61 5.6 --. 9-26-56 -----. 8, -....-... -45 28 --. -.260 ----.---18 6 -.. .-... 280 228 14 435 7.2804-154-7 69-56 60? -8 74 ....--.*-. ----... ..--.-... -.. 40 203 188 .--. 349 7.7 804-154-8 69-56 91 41 1F? 77 -....* ..-..* .--. -----..--*------. ---i .02 273 228 .--. 436 7.5 -804-154-17 128-55 77 52 8 78 ....--* 35 22 8.4 --196 0 1.0 10 -..---.-192 178 .--. 321 7.7 ... W 805-147-1 6-11-56 589 206 7 79 15 .02 28 6.7 5.7 .9 113 0 4.8 8.2 .0 .2 ---126 97 5 210 7.5 6 805-153-2 69-56 72 45 81F 76 ..------.. -----. -.----....... .---. -.06 218 170 ---382 7.7 -805-154-2 69-56 97 60 UtS 73 ---------------.--. ---.---.. --.02 343 306 ---600 7.9 --. 805-155-2 11-28-55 32 29 N 74 -*---. 10 13 5.4 --13 0 9.0 20 ---.--. ---. 79 78 ---86 6.1 ---Pleistocene sand; 3S 125-55 104 60 F 74 -------44 27 10 -209 0 1.0 9.0 -----222 221 ---330 7.7 ---Suwanne Limeatone; Be 125-55 200 60 F 74 -..--. 64 12 4.7 -241 0 1.0 10 --------211 209 ---362 7.6 .--. Crystal River Formation; Be 805-155-3 126-55 72 62 S 74 -.--.. 50 18 6.0 --220 0 1.0 10 -------206 199 --.. 363 7.6 --805-156-2 12-27-55 32 20 U 73 ----45 25 5.6 -252 0 1.0 8.0 -------214 215 ---395 7.3 --Done Valley Formation; Be 12-27-55 82 41 F 73 ----48 20 7.2 --225 0 1.0 8.0 -..--. .. --227 202 ---378 7.6 --Suwannee LUmetone; Bl 805-157-15 69-56 550 67 8,F 76 ------------...--.----.--. .--. --.00 168 144 ---280 7.3 .. 805-159-1 6-11-56 261 203 F 76 ....----... .. -..------.----.--------.----.00 151 122 --239 7.6 ---

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Table I, Ounotn0ud 509153.1 6. 9-si 403 46 F 771 .7. .. *..* .... 0 ** -.... 0..... .-0.00 343 98 6.. 410 7.7 e..p DPpth unknown; 5J 5. 7.59 50 46 r 74 34 *... 0 It 6,3 0.3 271 -*.. 0 .3 0.0 .... 36 144 -... 447 7.6 .... vuwnne Liaotone| li 5. 7.59 150 46 r 74 2 .... 89 9,3 1,0 .4 3l3 .*.. ,8 I5 ,3 .0 .... 85 J60 ..-. 485 7,7 ... luwvenna LWItesonel .7519 250 46 F 74 13 *... 88 7,9 1.5 .4 298 .-. ,0 15 3 .0 *... 361 352 ... 490 7.7 .... Crysetl River romantinl 5. 7.59 350 46 F 74 23 .... 90 7,7 8,8 .5 300 .... ,8 1s ,3 .0 .... 290 356 ... 493 7.7 ..** Avon Perk l·Teeon asl 5. 7-59 450 46 1 74 13 **** 86 9,6 9,0 .5 300 .... ,8 13 ..0 .... 387 254 .... 494 7.7 ...* Avon Park Lw,.lsone; |I 809-155.L 69.56 62 53 N 78 .... ..... ....** ..... .. .. .. ..... .. * ... .... ,89 43 22 .... 65 6.7 -810144.1 7. 7.59 42 41 N ** 8.0 -5.6 .9 4.5 .0 16 0 .4 8,0 .1 .3 *... 36 18 4 62 7.2 2 Plailtoeane sand; Bi 78.59 181 101 1 ** 19 0.53 37 6.7 3,6 1.3 143 0 3,6 3.0 ,2 .2 -. 145 120 3 246 7.9 3 Inll o Fomation; ls 7. 8.19 249 102 7 ** 18 ... 43 7.4 4.6 1.5 158 0 4.0 606 .1 .3 .... 163 138 8 273 5.2 7 Avon Park Liestoneal e 7-20-59 249 102 1 75 19 -.* 43 4.0 5.0 1.5 138 8 *... 5.5 .1 .5 .... 155 124 0 256 8.5 3 After pumping 1 mi.n. 8-18-59 249 102 1 -20 ... 41 5.2 3.6 1.2 146 0 3.2 3.0 .1 .2 .*-. 150 124 4 249 7.9 3 Depth unknown; ls S930-59 249 102 1 -19 *... 36 9,2 4,6 1.2 146 0 .4 6.0 2 .2 -*.. 149 120 8 250 8,0 3 Depth unknown lsll filtered when collected 810-149-1 6-11-56 567 200 r 79 14 .63 31 6.2 3.1 .5 120 0 3.0 4.8 .0 .1 ... 122 103 4 206 7.6 6 813-149-1 79-59 90 77 75 10 1.5 74 6.2 6.0 2,2 244 0 .4 11 .1 .3 .... 232 210 10 420 7.8 3 Crystal River ormationi Bl 7. 9-59 136 77 F 74 11 2.1 51 3.2 8.2 4.0 166 0 5.2 14 .2 .4 .... 179 140 4 323 8.2 3 Crystal River Formationg 7-10-59 110 77 -17 ..-33 3.8 8.8 2.1 119 0 2.4 12 .1 .3 ---138 98 0 241 8.2 3 Crystal River Fomation as 813-201-1 7-31-59 74 40 F 74 18 .--69 8.8 9.8 .2 250 0 .4 15 .1 .3 ...245 208 3 438 8.1 3 SuwanneL Limestona; Is 83.59 160 40 1 7418 .... 73 6.3 9.6 .0 250 0 .8 14 .1 , .5... 245 208 3 433 8.0 3 Willston Formation Is 84-59 255 401 74 11 ..-. 78 4.7 10 .2 258 0 .4 14 .1 .4 --. 253 214 2 442 8.0 3 Avon Park LLimstone; ls 814-133-1 55-59 400 100 F 82 11 -... 46 2.7 3,0 .6 152 0 8.8 4.5 .1 .0 --143 126 2 251 7.4 ....

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Table 8. Continued S(1) (2) (3) (4) 51 (6) (7) (8 (9) (10) (1(1) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21 22 23 (2 (25 (26) 806-132-2 55-59 268 210 F 76 11 --27 7.9 3.7 0.6 107 0 6.4 6.0 0.1 0.0 -110 100 12 197 7.7 ---806-149-5 67-56 20 20 N 79 .--.* *. ------.-----*---..---. 0.00 710 430 ---. 924 6.0 --. 806-149-6 12-19-55 134 102 S 77 -----30 16 6.5 --167 0 1.0 6.0 -. --..--. .179 141 .--261 7,8 .... 806-152-1 69-56 1285 375 F 78 ....--.... .--...---.-....... -------.06 298 260 .--. 526 7.6 ---806-155-3 69-56 135 80 F 75 ------........... ....-------.* --.06 206 190 --351 7.7 ... 806-156-2 12-56 103 63 8 74-.. .... 32 18 5.2 --* 166 0 1.0 7.0 --.. *.. 180 14 ---295 7.8 *--807-154-2 13-56 55 31 8 74 -------63 30 10 -320 0 1.0 19 -... ..... -335 280 --557 7.2 .. 807-154-3 1730-56 411 53 3,1 74 i.---.. 50 22 7.9 --252 0 1.0 12 ...* ...... -234 .215 .-412 7,6 .... 807-201-1 6-11-58 198 88 S, 76 ---.-, .-** ---.... ** ....., 03 141 110... 223 7.7 ... 808-148-4 67-56 130 105 1 76 -.--, ....-.. ...--... --..... .....-. .00 97 74 .--. 157 6 ....7* 808-153-1 69.56 93 s5 F 77 .-----. -... .... ..... ... ... ..... ... ... .00 234 224 *. 434 7.7 -) 808-155-2 69-56 14 14 N 76 .... --...* .... .. -*.--. .---... -... ..00 68 68 .... 130 6.9 *... 0 8008-156-2 6. 9-46 225 65 8,1 76 ..... ... -....... ... ....*-.. -.00 125 96 .-199 7,4 .**. 809-142-1 55.59 681 107 1 74 1.1 ... 15 .6 5,8 1.1 32 0-.0 13 .1 .0 * 6** 62 40 .... 113 9.1 .. 809-147-1 2-18-57 160 113 7 73 ..--.-.. -... .-139 68 8,5 ....---... 143 118 *-.. 24L 8.1 -.. rysytal River Formation 2-18-57 197 113 7 731 .....-.------.. .116 57 8, ....2 ... .--123 98 1 -2 .211 8,1 ---Ingll Formationl al 2-19-57 250 113 F 73 ....... .... ....... 141 69 -... 8,0 .-.---. 139 116 *... 242 8.1 *... Avon Park LiLnstonal l 2-19-57 300 113 7 74 ---... --.... ... * -.146 72 .-. 8.5 -*---150 122 *-.. 251 8,0 .... Avon Park Limemonil as 2-19-57 350 113 F 741 ...... .. ..... ...* 149 73 .--. 8,0 -. ---... 148 124 ---253 8,0 .--. Avon Park Limooion)l l 2-20-57 400 113 F 741.... .. .. ...... 142 70 .--. 7,8 --.*.... 142 117 .... 241 8,1 -,*Avon Park Li.mton*l Dl 2-20-57 452 113 7 73 ....... -...----.--125 62 .--. 9.0 --...--. 129 106 .--. 221 8.1 --Avon Park Limestonel is 2-22-57 511 113 F 73 .... -... .....-153 75 .--. 8.2 --... .... 152 128 ---261 8,1 -From 81-f t averm n Avon Park Limelsonel BI

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1 -14-14 0 .4.-9 160 154 F 714 14 * 90 3.6 6,7 t,4 139 .*.. 0,0 10 0,l 0.3 *.** ;69 335 .. 446 7,4 .wInglle oliorem onl e S* 4.9 300 114 1 74 15 ... 11 3.16 619 1.5 187 .... ,0 .1 ,1 .... 360 330 .... 457 7,4 ..-. l nsl i Avon Perk I onltee souol Is 5. 4.59 300 154 7 74 17 .... 8 1.4 7.4 1.6 368 A.. .10 1 .1 .1 ... 63 336 '.. 458 7,6 ,.. Avon plrk LIamoponi |e S. 4.59 400 1S6 F 74 11 **... 7 3.9 7,4 1,7 58 .... 0 10 . .3 ... 362 331 .... 455 7,6 ... Avon lLr Litmaono, In dolomite sone Ias 14144851 6. 9.56 393 40 1 76 *.... .. ...** *". *.. ... ..... ... .. ... .. .. 0.00 U7S l66 .... 399 7,6 ... 115.138.1 6. 5-.9 243 156 79 14 0,08 50 3,2 6,L ,7 168 0 2,4 1.0 .0 .3 .... 168 138 0 396 7.7 3 815.142.1 .5.59 130 63 r 79 15 .28 48 .7 4.7 1,6 110 ..'. 2,4 7.0 ,0 .3 -... 153 123 ... 260 7,7 *8511.57.2 69.56 70 41 I 76 ....* .... .. .... .... -....-. ..... ....... -...00 15 148 ... 307 7.6 .... luwanneu Lietonei I, after drilInL to 103.-f -4.59 71 41 7 74 6.3 .... 41 2.3 8.6 .5 140 0 ,410 0 .4 .... 138 112 0 261 8.1 3 Suvannee LImtono le, during redrlling and deepeninl .4.59 155 52 1 73 17 .-91 .5 17 .8 306 .... 3.6 21 .1 4 .... 314 262 ***546 8.3 *.. Wlllstton Fomasttoni l 815*203.1 4-30-59 196 65 r 74 14 ,90 107 4.1 9.8 .1 336 0 .0 16 ..1 1 ,-325 214 8 540 7.3 4 816-202.1 4-30-59 11 8 71 16 .... 106 4,7 20 .7 353 0 .0 32 .2 2 -348 284 0 599 7.9 -** 817-2061 7-29-60 40 19 1 75 9.5 .... 6 1.6 3.3 .0 174 .... .8 4.0 .2 .1 ... 162 146 .... 288 8.1 **.... l unne Llmetona; Is 7-29-60 90 41 7 73 9.3 .... 6 .1 3.2 .0 156 -... .0 4.0 .1 .3 *... 156 140 .... 277 8.3 .... W1lYston lomationl Be 7.30.60 191 41 76 8.7 .... 66 4.7 4.0 .0 220 .... .4 5.0 .0 .3 ...197 14 ...-364 8.0 -.... Inilt romation ISo 818146. 354-59 125 120 -15 -... 75 2.2 7.5 1.4 243 .... .012 .4 .1 .... 230 196 .... 394 7.6 .... SBe no geolosli data avil. able; well probably open to all forutlons, Crystal River and below S. 4-59 200 120 7 -12 .... 73 3.4 7.1 .2 240 .... .011 .2 .1... 221 196 -.. 395 7.6 ... 5. 459 300 120 7 15 ...-74 2.8 7. 1.4 235 .... .010 .2 .3... 226 196 .... 398 7.7 .. 5. 4-59 385 120 1 7 15 .... 73 3.4 7.8 1.5 242 .. .0 10 .1 .3 -* 228 196 .. 398 7.6 818-151-2 5. 4-59 148 63 1 77 12 -41 5.5 3.8 .6 147 0 3.2 5.0 .1 .1 *142 125 4 246 7. -

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S Table 8. Continued Surfac.Water Lake Parker 2-14-55 -------58.-0.14 11 5.5 .-----36 *-49 15 ----0.00 164 50 ---127 6.8 .. Scote Lake (757, 758, 156) 6-11-56 ---------. 83 ..---. -...--*. .. .-.. ---*... .. -----.. .30 68 16 --87 5.1 Lake Wire (802-157) r215-55 * *...* 66 --.03 23 5.5 ---.... 79 ..4.0 8.0 .. -....108 80 --158 7.4 .. Hing Spring& (803-153A) 2-14-55 *-1 74--.01 49 16 *...... 218 .-. 9.0 16 ... ... .226 190 *381 7.7 *. Kissengen Springs (750-148) 124-59 .-... 8,7 .71 11 .00 38 15 9.2 0.5 156 0 30 12 0.7 0.0 ..-193 156 28 338 7.7 0 750-149-A 124-59 --..---... 61 0.0 .02 23 7.9 9.4 1.6 75 0 29 12 1.0 .1 ---121 90 28 227 7.0 0 Phosphate mine settling ; ppit I 809-141-A 55-59 ....--.-77 3.2 -.. 2.8 1.2 8.1 .4 3 .... 4.8 13 .3 .8 ..-102 12 -70 4.8 *-.. Drainage canal 815-142-A 55-59 -.... .--80 3.8 --.. 10 5.4 8.8 2.7 14 --.. 25 16 .7 .7 --.. 127 47 --147 6.1 .... Drainage canal 815-148-A 54-59 ***.. ---. 74 2.7 ---1,0 1.5 3.0 .4 1 .--. 3.2 5.2 .1 1.1 ---55 8 ... 33 4.6 ---Drainage canal 818-147-A 54-59 ---..... 76 4.0 ---1.2 1,5 4.9 .1 0 .... 3.2 8.0 .2 1.! ... 117 9 *-.. 62 4,3 ..-Drainges.canal

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