I was only able to locate a Sec 14, Blk C17, PSL.
It has two Abstract Numbers assigned to it: A-1399 (1947) and A-5786 (1972), which indicates to me that it may have had it's first Patent rescinded and a new one issued. With the dates being 1947 and 1972, however, it may be Mineral Classified Lands or wholly owned by the State.
I'll check with the GLO. Let you know what they say.
There is a small Chesapeake Well that includes all of it except for 50 acres in the very NE/c that could possibly be described as the NE/4 NE/4.
Checked with the GLO. Both Abstracts are classified as Dry Grazing. A-1399 is the 50 acre tract.