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Re: Waynesville, Haywood, NC
Posted by: Dr. Roland J. Howard Sr. Date: September 01, 2001 at 20:24:50
In Reply to: Re: Waynesville, Haywood, NC by Danny of 1076

Col. Robert Love, the founder,and giver of the land for Waynesville first moved to where Waynesville is now...It was in Burke CO. As the Tipton, and Sevier debates over the "State of Franklin" being given to Tennessee....Col. Love left there and came to what was then the area of Waynesville today, and later became Buncombe, and still later Haywood Co.....He is the only person ever to serve in three County State Legislatures and never have to move. He took and delivered the electorial vote for the Presidency to Washington, for his "later Friend" Andrew Jackson, who was elected President.....I am kin to all of the Stringfields; Reeves; Loves; Nolands; Garretts; Queens; Ratcliffs; Ferguson; Howells; and about all others that have been there for a long time. I have most of the family`s genealogys back and would share with any and all....just mail my e-mail address: HJack822@aol.com
My Mother was Opal Louise Reeves, and Grandmother was Sarah Elizabeth Reeves. Her Dad was William Garrett Reeves...and etc.
Roland Jack Howard...Hampstead, N.C.


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