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Later in the 1800s the Riggan family bought land and settled in Mountain View, North Carolina, which was just north of Embro. The majority of the population of Mountain View were Riggans. They ran a grist mill on Reedy Creek and pastored the Reedy Creek Baptist Church. John Wilburn Riggan was the Postmaster in 1879. Following him were Postmasters, Eudora B. Riggan in 1906, Ruby A. Riggan and Ella B. Riggan in 1923. The city was abolished in 1929 with mail moved to Macon, North Carolina. Mountain View Cemetery, the final resting place of several early Warren county Riggans, is all that remains of Mountain View.

Later in the 1800s the Riggan family bought land and settled in Mountain View, North Carolina, which was just north of Embro. The majority of the population of Mountain View were Riggans. They ran a grist mill on Reedy Creek and pastored the Reedy Creek Baptist Church. John Wilburn Riggan was the Postmaster in 1879. Following him were Postmasters, Eudora B. Riggan in 1906, Ruby A. Riggan and Ella B. Riggan in 1923. The city was abolished in 1929 with mail moved to Macon, North Carolina. Mountain View Cemetery, the final resting place of several early Warren county Riggans, is all that remains of Mountain View.

Later in the 1800s the Riggan family bought land and settled in Mountain View, North Carolina, which was just north of Embro. The majority of the population of Mountain View were Riggans. They ran a grist mill on Reedy Creek and pastored the Reedy Creek Baptist Church. Christopher Nicholas Riggan was the Postmaster in 1879. Following him were Postmasters, Eudora B. Riggan in 1906, Ruby A. Riggan and Ella B. Riggan in 1923. The city was abolished in 1929 with mail moved to Macon, North Carolina. Mountain View Cemetery, the final resting place of several early Warren county Riggans, is all that remains of Mountain View. — Preceding unsigned comment added by MURPHY DEAN RIGGAN (talkcontribs) 15:37, 12 December 2013 (UTC)

mountain view, nc[edit]

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MOUNTAIN VIEW (RIGGAN) CEMETERY , WARREN COUNTY, NC 36.21.30N 78.01.59 — Preceding unsigned comment added by MURPHY DEAN RIGGAN (talkcontribs) 17:49, 13 December 2013 (UTC)