The Transylvania Times -

By Marcy Thompson
Picturing The Past 

Galloway-Radford House Added As Landmark


The Galloway-Radford House has peddledash exterior and brick corner pilasters. The one-story porch wraps from the front around both sides of the home.

As an update to the Jan. 4, 2016 Picturing the Past article, there are 21 locally designated Historic Land-marks. The Galloway-Radford House was added this past summer.

Thomas C. Galloway was born Nov. 27, 1837, in what was then Buncombe County. He served with the Transylvania Volunteers for almost three years during the Civil War until being wounded. He was later captain of Company H, 69th Regiment. Following the war he settled in Alabama, where he married and raised a family. After the death of his first wife, Galloway married Belle McCarrell and returned to Brevard. Galloway was 72 y...

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