Seeking information on Sandy Mush Veterans for Community Project
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Monday, August 6 at 6pm is our monthly Sandy Mush history gathering.  The focus this month is our Sandy Mush veterans.  Vance Garrett is working on a community project to … Read More

Sandy Mush Veterans’ Project – Join us August 6 at 6pm in SMCC Library
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  Sandy Mush History Gatherings – 1st Mondays at 6pm in SMCC Library – Everyone Welcome! August 6 at 6-7pm Topic of discussion – Sandy Mush Veterans Join us for … Read More

Celebrating Ida Mae Reemes and her 91 Years of Family and Faith in Sandy Mush
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Family and friends celebrated the 91st birthday of Ida Mae Reemes who has lived in Sandy Mush her entire life.  Born Ida Mae Surrett; she married Jack Dempsy Reemes.  They … Read More

On this day in Sandy Mush History
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Asheville History @avlhistory sent this message out about Alonzo Carlton Reynolds, Sandy Mush native, this morning. 10/19/17, 6:46 AM October 19, 1870- Alonzo Carlton Reynolds, educator & @WCUpresident, was born … 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