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John Shearer: McCoy Farm And Gardens A Handsome - And Evolving - Legacy Of Bachman Family


Whether one likes well-manicured and landscaped open space, some old farm buildings that add a pastoral touch, or even a stately early 20 th century home that has more of an urban look, the estate offers ... Fred Brown of New Hampshire, Edward R.


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His estate was then described as being 70 acres, larger than the current tract. SenBachman – who was generally called Nate or Nath -- and his wife, who was a member of the well-known Durham, N.C., Duke tobacco family, had one daughter – Martha McCoyMsMcCoy began living at the McCoy Farm home fulltime after her own husband, attorney Tom McCoy from Asheville, N.C., died as well of a heart attack at age 48They had one child, Sally McCoy Garland, who now lives in the Charlottesville, Va., area. Mickey Robbins, who is also active with preserving and maintaining the property, said he became acquainted with Martha McCoy while seeing her out at the Little Brown Church and through alumni events for the Chi Omega sorority of which she and his wife were members. “She was a very stately lady,” he said“She went to GPSShe was highly educated and very civic mindedShe was very friendly and welcoming.” And now the fixed-up McCoy Farm and Gardens property is trying to be welcoming as well. “It’s really for all residents,” said MrsDavis, whose husband, Joe, serves on the board. And MrRobbins hopes plenty of others will now have an opportunity to see the beauty that he did growing up near the home. “I always admired the property with its unusual beautyI always thought it was special,” he said. 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