Martin's Cabin

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A place referenced as a starting point in a land entry for an area around a mine worked by Swift. This land entry was made by two men, John Filson and Robert Breckenridge.

 
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It was owned at one time by the stabletons and the huneycutts
Third round of smelting. IMG_20220718_013133775.jpg
 
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Well, your half right...that is a rock! That could be an arrow or old turkey track to the right of the crack in the first picture. I would look under the rock or where the chevron/arrow points.
That could be a recent carved 1 in the moss in the second picture. The turtle head I see, but as I recall it is referenced as a turtle back rock so the rock should resemble a turtle's shell.
I am enjoying your enthusiasm though!

Watch the following video, it contains a photo of compass rock and others related to Swift.
 
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