Sandy Mush School Reunion October 14th
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Thanks to the Pauline Black Reeves’ family for sharing this Sandy Mush School photo.  We love seeing photos of our school history. We are looking forward to coming together October … Read More

Did you ever attend Sandy Mush School?
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Or know someone who did?  Please get in touch with Margaret Ellen Duckett or Keith Wells or email us at sandymushcommunity@gmail.com.  We are planning a Sandy Mush School Reunion for … Read More

1969 Wagon Train on Willow Creek Rd.
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Enjoy the view from Nanny and Papa’s porch of the 1969 Sandy Mush Wagon Train coming up Willow Creek Rd.  There is a field of tobacco in the background of … Read More

Sandy Mush Quilter: Margaret Brown
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  Margaret Hawkins Brown will happily tell you she will turn ninety-five this June. Margaret is the daughter of Nola Ellen Duckett Hawkins and William Author Hawkins, and she is … Read More

Garrett 1901 Carver Covered Wagon
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John Garrett’s Carver Covered Wagon has been passed down through the family in Sandy Mush since 1901.  John’s grandpa, Will Garrett bought this wagon in 1901; it was built by … Read More

Sandy Mush History: 1907 Woody Funeral at Jones Valley Baptist Church
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Shown in this 1907 photo is the funeral procession of Jonathan Cody Woody (1881-1907).  The horse drawn hearse and funeral procession is proceeding along Sugar Creek Rd. in the direction … Read More

Sandy Mush School History
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It was 1839 before public schools were actually established in North Carolina, sixty-three years after a provision for their creation had been written into the state constitution.  “Adequate schools supported … Read More