At the End of the Road the Journey Begins
At the End of the Road the Journey Begins by Brenda Bagwell Coates explores the Scotch-Irish Murray clan from their arrival in the colonies through the evolution of their family as they journeyed southward into the Carolinas. Before it was called Fletcher, it was known as Murrayville, named after the large Scotch-Irish Murray clan.
By the 1790s they had arrived in the rugged Appalachian Mountains in the area now called Fletcher but then known as Murrayville. This history defies the stereotypical perception of Appalachian folks and reveals them to be a new class of pioneers who wished to establish a better lifestyle for their families. The reader will discover early Fletcher history and the full array of characters and dynamics that molded this virgin nation, this unsettled wilderness, into the most powerful country in the world.
Murray Family PowerPoint Presentation | Howard Gap Road Historic Route / Cherokee Trading Path
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