County Road 262

ADCOCK ROAD - OLIVE STREET (YAMHILL) - dated to 1866 - Adcock road abuts the north side of Yamhill and was named for Sherril Adcock, a long time resident who lived near this road. Olive Street lies on the west side of Yamhill. Named as an extension of the city street with this name.

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Lafayette to Perkins Mill - No CRS - no road packet. This was the first road creation processed following the destruction of the county courthouse in Lafayette in January, 1857. Commissioners Journal 1, page 3, noted the submitted petition for damages for creating an alteration in this road on February16, 1857. The alteration was accepted on 9/9/1857, C.J. 3 page 77.  Evidence of alignment is sadly lacking, but here is a scan of the viewers report.

CRS 82 CRS 82 - CRS 82 full road packet - Accepted in C.J. 3 page 71 on 6/6/1866 - 60 ft. statutory

CRS 113 and CRS 113 full road packet - accepted 4/6/1870 in C.J. 3 pg. 461 - 60 feet wd. statutory

CRS 551 full road packet - accepted (no survey located) - accepted 6/23/1924 in C.J. 16 page 85 (per plat: 60 ft. wd.)

Width reduction (vacation) - ordered 12/19/2012 - Olive Street in Yamhill

SCANNED MAPS:

R/W compilation - undated