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Chapter 47: Port Holes in the Attic

In 1965, my friends’ Uncle Morris R. Nanney wrote about the Montford Cove Valley. The road on the far right is 221 going north to Marion, NC. The area to the right of 221 near the county line is Union Mills … Continue reading

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Chapter 46: Craftsmen Remembered

In the last post, we were leaving the 1836 addition of the Albertus Ledbetter house, walking across the now enclosed dogtrot into the original house built by Jonathan Ledbetter in 1826 on his daddy’s plantation. My tour is given by … Continue reading

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Chapter 45: Remember Cinderella?

Lately, I have heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. More often, don’t judge a book by its cover. But I have to believe what my neighbor said about the Albertus Ledbetter house when it was put on … Continue reading

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Chapter 44-B: Once Upon a Time

A stockade called Davidson’s or Rutherford’s Fort was the westernmost outpost for the white settlers exploring the Blue Ridge in 1730. After the Revolutionary soldiers returned to their homes with tales of available farmland, mild climates and beautiful valleys, the word spread, … Continue reading

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