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Transylvania County was established by the North Carolina General Assembly in 1861 from portions of Henderson and Jackson Counties. Brevard, the county seat was established in 1861 and incorporated in 1889. Transylvania is derived from the Latin words trans - meaning "across" and sylva - meaning "woods". Other communities in Transylvania County include Cedar Mountain; Cherryfield; Lake Toxaway; Little River; Penrose; Pisgah Forest; Rosman; and Sapphire.

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UPDATES: DECEMBER 2014

Accidents: Train Falls Through Trestle
Bios: Loretta M Aiken; Joseph R Bryson
Births: Meece, Summey

Cemetery Adds: Enon Baptist Church: Allison; Ball; Banks; Barnwell; Beck; Shipman

Cemetery Adds: Little River Baptist Church: Talley

Marriages: Justice/Osborne; Howell/Case; Williams/Case

Obits: Pickelsimer; Talley

Political Register for 1874

Newspaper Data: Other News: Moonshine Still; Notary Public

 

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