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marshall is the first township of madison county which was formed out of parts of buncombe county and yancey county in 1851. the county is named after president james madison (1809 – 1817) and after its previous incarnation as lapland … Continue reading

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this is marshall north carolina the first township of madison county. originally known as lapland it sits along the banks of the french broad river. strategically positioned at the buncombe turnpike or old drovers road which ran from tennessee through … Continue reading

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