George Washington began surveying at about age 15. His father’s probate inventory included a set of surveyor’s instruments. In 1748, at age 16, George went with Lord Fairfax’s surveying party on his first expedition into the wilds of western Virginia.
At age 17, George Washington was appointed to his first public office as surveyor of nearby Culpeper County.
The Foshee Family began developing the area in and around Garland county in the 1950’s. The rich tradition of integrity, speed and dependability without sacrificing quality that has been serving Arkansas for so long now continues as Wayne Foshee’s sons, Mike and Kevin, now branch out and begin their own legacy as the Foshee Brothers Land Surveying Co.
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