Tuesday, January 17, 2012


Sandy Zimmerman's house was built in 1942 by Fred Waldroup. This home arrived in Hayesville, NC by train as a Sears catalog house kit. The Waldroup family with the help of local skilled carpenters assembled it. It is a craftsman-style home and retains many of its original features today. It has been restored and furnished to reflect a vintage 1940's and 1950's style.

Wanda Galloway was a teacher at Hayesville High School and played the piano at the Hayesville First United Methodist Church. She lived in this house that was built in 1880 by James Coleman. On the drive to the home, you will follow the route of an old carriage road.

This is the balcony of Capt. William P. Moore's home.

Capt. William P. (Irish Bill) Moore built this house in 1887. He was a commander in the Confederate army during the Civil War and rode the horse, Crockett.

Alan Bell built this house in 1923. He was the superintendent of the Clay County, NC School System for over 35 years from 1921 until his death in 1956.

This is the front porch of Alan Bell's home on Riverside Drive in Hayesville, NC.

Tom and Viola Gray purchased this house in 1937. It was built in 1917 by W.H. McClure. Tom was a higly respected lawyer in Hayesville, NC and Viola taught first grade at Hayesville Elementary School for many years.

Robin and Lisa Bryan's home was built in 1939 by his grandfather, Didley Bryan. Robin was born in this house and has fond memories growing up in Hayesville, NC.

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