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INTENSIVE HISTORIC RESOURCE SURVEY

OF SECOND CREEK

 

Located in

 

Monroe & Greenbrier Counties, West Virginia

 

 

Conducted in the Fall and Winter of 2004/2005

 

For

 

The Friends of THE Second Creek

Mr. Larry Mustain, Project Director

 

 

The West Virginia Division of Culture and History

The Cultural Center of the Capitol Complex

Charleston, West Virginia

Mr. Troy Body, Acting Commissioner

 

 

CONSULTANT

Michael Gioulis

Historic Preservation Consultant

612 Main Street

Sutton, WV  26602

304-765-5716

 

 


 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

 

Preface                                                                                     Page 1

 

Purpose                                                                                    Page 3

 

Methodology                                                                            Page 4

 

Outline History of the Survey Area                                            Page 6

 

Description of the Survey Area                                     Page 14

            List of Sites                                                                           28

            Photograph Log                                                                     86          

            UTM Reference Log                                                             95

 

Survey Analysis and Recommendations                         Page 100

 

Bibliography                                                                             Page 103

 

Appendix 1/Details of USGS maps                                           Page 105

 

Appendix 2/List of Sites by location                                          Page 106

 

Inventory Forms                                                                       Separate Cover

 

Original USGS Topographic Maps                                           Separate Cover

 

 

 



 

PREFACE

 

 

The Intensive Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek located in Monroe and Greenbrier Counties, West Virginia is the beginning of The Friends of THE Second Creek (Friends) commitment to identify and document the architectural and historical resources located along Second Creek. As far as is known by the survey team little of Monroe County has been surveyed in the past. There are several individual properties and two historic districts in Monroe County that are already listed on the National Register of Historic Places; these include the Pickaway Historic District, the Union Historic District, the Spring Valley Farm, the Nickell House and Mill and Reeds Mill. There is one individual listed resource in Greenbrier County, the Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge.  This report and survey will be used to guide The Friends on where to concentrate their efforts in future work.  This initial report and survey is a first step in compiling all the information needed to eventually prepare a National Register of Historic Places Historic District nomination for the Second Creek watershed. 

 

A grant from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), was awarded in the Spring of 2004 to The Friends of THE Second Creek to do an Intensive Historic Resource Survey of a portion of Second Creek. The SHPO, the consultant and the Friends agreed that the initial focus of the survey should be a 12.5 mile portion of the resources along Second Creek from the small community of Hollywood in Monroe County to Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge in Greenbrier County.  The area surveyed was to encompass approximately fifty-one (51) resources and all outbuildings associated with each primary resource.

 

Midway through the project an extension was requested by The Friends of THE Second Creek and approved by the SHPO and agreed to by the survey team, that an additional thirty (30) resources were to be recorded.  The geographic areas to be included in this extension were Highland Park Road, Moore Road and a portion of Neff Orchard Road to the northwest of the community of Monitor.  Miscellaneous properties were also to be documented that were not picked up in the initial field work. 

 

The survey area encompassed approximately four thousand (4000) acres.

 

The area surveyed yielded eighty-four (84) primary resources. This count does not include modern resources.  When secondary resources are included, outbuildings, etc. a total of three hundred and fifty-one (351) resources were documented.  The contract called for the recordation of eighty (80) primary resources and all associated secondary resources. 

 

USGS topographic maps were used for the field work and initial field notes were prepared. It was agreed that the initial focus of the survey should be a 12.5 mile portion of the resources along Second Creek from the small community of Hollywood in Monroe County to the Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge in Greenbrier County.

 

The geographic boundaries of the survey area were expanded to include secondary roads and the resources located on them as these resources are historically connected to the settlement and development of the Second Creek area.  A minimal number of resources located in Greenbrier County were also included as they are geographically and historically linked to the Second Creek area.  

 

The consultant team would like to acknowledge the willing cooperation they received from The Friends esp. Ms. Jill Fischer, Ms. Dixie Lee Hoke, Mr. Dennis White and Mr. Larry  Mustain and the area property owners. Property owners were helpful and friendly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

PURPOSE

 

 

The purpose of the survey was to investigate the extant historic built environment of a 12.5 mile long portion of Second Creek located in Monroe and Greenbrier Counties, West Virginia and determine the extent of remaining historic resources. These were then to be evaluated based on the National Register Criteria for Evaluation to determine the significance and historical context of each of the resources. From this, decisions as to National Register eligibility could be made.

 

It was expected that the survey would find primarily agricultural resources and resources such as mills, fords, swimming holes and bridges associated with the water of Second Creek. It was also expected that the resources would be from the late 18th century into the early 20th century and that the resources would be associated with the settlement and development of Monroe and Greenbrier Counties through agriculture and the milling industry. Due to the proximity of Second Creek to the resources it was expected that there would be some modifications due to frequent flooding throughout the years. Modern intrusions were not expected in any number due to the very rural character of the survey.

 

The Friends of THE Second Creek wish to identify the resources in the area and include them in the County’s planning procedures. An understanding of the amount, concentration and quality of resources is needed for this purpose. The project was intended to identify and preliminarily quantify resources along Second Creek, Monroe and Greenbrier Counties, West Virginia and assist in making decisions for future activities, including National Register of Historic Places nominations for individual resources or historic districts.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

METHODOLOGY

 

 

The first step in the process was to drive the survey area with The Friends and SHPO representatives and determine the types of resources to be recorded and the specific area to be surveyed. The Friends provided the consultant team with background information about some of the settlement families and individual properties garnered from property owners and interested parties.

 

The base maps used for the survey area were the USGS topographic maps; these include the Fort Spring, Gap Mills and Ronceverte quadrangles. Modern resources were not recorded as part of this survey nor were they noted in any way. 

 

The consultant team again drove the survey area and began identifying pre-1955 resources. A field log of all properties identified was compiled. This included a field number for each of these resources and a brief description of the property and any outbuildings. This log served as the basis for the documentation of these resources on West Virginia Historic Property Inventory forms. Also included was an initial determination if the property contained historic or architectural qualities warranting listing on the National Register of Historic Places, either individually or a contributing to a historic district. In all, eighty-four (84) primary resources were logged in. This includes three hundred and fifty-one (351) resources when primary and secondary resources are counted. Eighty-four (84) individual resources were recorded on West Virginia Historic Property Inventory forms.  The List of Sites also includes for each property a ford or creek crossing that is traditionally and historically associated with that resource.

 

Two (2) structures, ME-0043 and ME-0103F, both bridges, were also recorded: as were five (5) sites, ME-0070, ME-0073, ME-0077, ME-0117 and ME-0119, four (4) cemeteries.   

 

Several primary resources located in Greenbrier County were also included within the documented List of Sites as these resources relate geographically and historically to the Second Creek area.  The Greenbrier County site numbers are preceded by a GB and the Monroe County site numbers are preceded by a ME designation.

 

The background research material provided by all parties was correlated with the field notes and subsequent on-site follow up to provide an architectural and historic time line of the area.

 

For properties previously identified a photograph was taken, black and white, and information confirmed on the description, architectural style, modifications, etc. for documentation on inventory forms. Numbers were added to the map, corresponding to the field notes. Properties that had lost integrity through modifications or additions were noted as not eligible but were still documented on the West Virginia Historic Property Inventory form.

 

For analysis and recommendations purposes, several classifications were used: contributing to an eligible historic district (CHD); individually eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE); not eligible due to modifications, deterioration or age (NE); and already listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NR). These classifications allowed the consultant team to place the resource within an architectural or historical context and for a broader view of the entire survey area.

 

It should be noted that the resources already listed on the National Register of Historic Places for Monroe and Greenbrier Counties were noted in the List of Sites as well as noted on the map; the designation for both is NR.  In addition, cultural resources such as springs and other natural resources are noted in the List of Sites and on the map; the designation for these resources is CR and they are natural features.  Several Traditional Cultural Properties were also noted on the maps but were not documented; these are sites with no existing structures.  They are noted on the map with TCP and a number.

 

Additional slides and photographs were also taken of the resources in the survey area.

 

Current owner’s information and historical information for the inventory forms was derived from The Friends and individual property owners. Any and all pertinent information was also compiled from current property owner interviews during this survey; on-site and via oral interviews conducted by the survey team. The Friends provided historical background information, current owners search through tax records at the courthouse and historical information about individual resources to the survey team.

 

The field and research information was transferred to the West Virginia Historic Property Inventory forms and they were prepared for final typing. Eighty-four (84) West Virginia Historic Property Inventory forms were completed for the Intensive Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek, Monroe and Greenbrier Counties, West Virginia.

 

At this point, the survey team also evaluated the resources to determine the significance of the resources. Evaluation was conducted following the National Register of Historic Places Criteria for Evaluation and the classifications noted earlier were used in the analysis section of this report.

 

Site numbers were recorded on the survey map and this numbering system is consistent for the report, inventory forms, maps and photographs. Individual UTM references were noted for each site. The individual references are noted in this report and on the inventory forms.

 

The report was then compiled to provide a reference and analysis of the survey activities and to provide direction for future activities by The Friends of THE Second Creek. 


OUTLINE HISTORY OF THE SURVEY AREA

 

The following is an outline history of the development of the Second Creek area located in Monroe and Greenbrier Counties, West Virginia.  It is not intended to be an exhaustive history of the area or the counties.  Many histories are available and some of them were utilized for this report.  See the enclosed Bibliography for references.

 

Monroe County was formed in 1799 from Greenbrier County and was named for James Monroe who was Governor of Virginia at the time.  It consists of 464 square miles, 296,960 acres.  It contains six magisterial districts:  Red Sulphur, Second Creek, Springfield, Sweet Springs, Wolf Creek and Union District.  Second Creek District lies in the middle north of Monroe County. 

 

The Allegheny Front enters Monroe County as a group of six ridges with the three on the west terminating on Second Creek.  Second Creek may be so named as it is the second creek after crossing the Eastern Continental Divide; it was known by that name by 1751, as noted in Oren F. Morton’s History of Monroe County.  The waters of Second Creek eventually empty into the Gulf of Mexico.  No other county in West Virginia sends its waters partly toward the Atlantic and partly toward the Gulf of Mexico.  The settlement route from Eastern Virginia and the Atlantic coast is easily seen in the topography of Monroe County.  It is the logical end point.

 

Monroe County is bordered by Virginia to the south; Greenbrier, Summers and Mercer Counties to the north, east and west.  Greenbrier County is West Virginia’s fifth oldest county.  Greenbrier was formed in 1778 as a Virginia county.  While the county has been reduced in size due to the formation of surrounding counties, including Monroe, it is still West Virginia’s second largest with 1,023 square miles.

 

Monroe and Greenbrier Counties are essentially agricultural and remain so to this day although Greenbrier was impacted by the arrival of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway in 1873.  The railroad allowed the timber industry to flourish and this spurred growth in undeveloped regions of both counties.

 

Population figures for these regions bear this out:

 

Greenbrier County                                            Monroe County

1840-8,659 (including 1,214 slaves)                 1840-8,422

1870-11,417                                                    1870-11,124

1880-15,060                                                    1880-11,501 (A portion of the county was   taken to form part of Summers County in 1871.)

1890-18,034                                                    1890-12,429

1900-20,683                                                    1900-13,130

1910-24,833                                                    1910-13,055

1920-26,242                                                    1920-13,141.


Second Creek showed a slow growth in a 30 year period but it remained largely rural, agricultural and somewhat remote.

 

1900 – 1,672

1910-1,754

1920-1,756.

 

The Second Creek area was first settled in the 18th century by German and Scot-Irish immigrants.  Some Scot-Irish and Germans immigrated from Pennsylvania and most of the English from Eastern Virginia, the Tidewater.  The current US Route 219 followed the route of the historical “Seneca Trail” which the Native Americans used as their path through the mountains and many of the immigrants followed the same trail.  Many other immigrants came down the Valley of the Virginias and across the Midland Trail/James River-Kanawha Turnpike into this area and also followed the streams through the gaps into the Second Creek area.

 

In 1749 the Greenbrier Land Company was organized with John Robinson as its President.  He was the Treasurer of Virginia and the Speaker of the House of Burgesses.  The Company had many silent partners; most of the members were planters from Tidewater Virginia.  Active members of the Company included John Lewis and his sons, Thomas and Andrew.  The Company was granted 100,000 acres in the present counties of Pocahontas, Greenbrier and Monroe.  That same year, 1749, the Loyal Land Company was granted 800,000 acres from the Greenbrier River south to North Carolina.

 

Settlers gained title by paying the surveyor $10.00 for each 100 acres surveyed.  This occurred at the same time as “corn rights”, “tomahawk rights”, etc. were in place so there were often conflicts for the same piece of land.  Naturally, members of the Land Companies took control of vast acreage.  The settlers on Second Creek made survey under the Greenbrier Land Company. 

 

The first known settler in Monroe County was James Moss who built a cabin at Sweet Springs in 1760.  Thomas Lewis, Greenbrier Land Company active member, located two surveys on Second Creek in 1751; one was for 1000 acres and one was for 400 acres.  By 1774, four survey tracts were on Second Creek. In addition to the settlement by “rights” and through the land companies, land was granted to soldiers of the Indian Wars and the Revolutionary War.

 

Early settlers on Second Creek include Richard Dickson. Frederick Gromer, John Hogshead, Thomas Nickell, Moses Higgenbotham, Henry Hoke and John Reaburn.  Also, John Knox, James Dempsey, Archibald McDowell, Solomon Turpin, the Hamilton family and the Byrd family.  Many of these names are still evident in Second Creek and Monroe County today.  The Nickell Mill and Home and the Dickson Farm, Spring Valley Farm, are both listed individually on the National Register of Historic Places.  The Hoke family still lives on Second Creek.  The families associated with Reed’s Mill include McDowell, Curry, Crawford, VanStavern, Boggs and Reed.  Many of the current families on Second Creek and the immediate area are related to the early Hoke family.

 

Richard Dickson was given land on Second Creek in 1787; Frederick Gromer (builder and operator of the Rodger’s Mill, site #ME-0047)  was allotted 218 acres in 1793; Moses Higgenbotham (builder of the Reed’s Mill House, site #ME-0057) amassed over 1,400 acres from 1786 to 1793; John Hogshead had 400 acres surveyed by John Reaburn in 1785; adjacent to Gromers’, Thomas Nickell received 500 acres in 1788.  John Reaburn was the surveyor for much of this land and as a result he claimed about 150 square miles on Plank Cabin Draft Road (known as Rayburn Draft Road today) on Second Creek and on Indian Creek.

 

Rodger’s Mill was built in 1785 and was the first mill on Second Creek; the next mill was Reed’s Mill built about 1791.  By 1800 Thomas Burns had built a grist mill on Second Creek and Tristam and Robert Patton had already established a mill.  Thomas Reynolds soon followed with another grist mill.  The courthouse and jail were being built in Union at this same time.  Along Second Creek there was an average of one mill for each mile for eighteen miles of its length.  Hamilton’s Woolen Mill at Hamilton’s Spring (now the Dickson Farm) and VanStavern Woolen Mill in the community of Hollywood were located on Second Creek.  The majority of the other mills were grain or lumber mills.  Along Second Creek’s 28 mile length were finally about twenty-six (26) mills; these included grist, woolen and powder mills. 

 

An early settler in the Second Creek area was Richard Dickson (sometimes spelled “Dixon”).  The Dickson family is associated with the Spring Valley Farm which is listed individually on the Natural Register of Historic Places.  Spring Valley was originally owned by James Knox and the farmhouse served as a hotel in the turnpike era.  Newton Dickson lived and worked Spring Valley Farm.  Newton was born in 1831 and died in 1905.  Two tenant houses that belong to the farm were recorded in this survey, sites #ME-0054 and ME-0055. 

 

The Holesapple family were also early settlers in Second Creek.  Philip Holesapple came from Pennsylvania as early as 1793 and settled between Union and Gap Mills. John, son of Philip, lived at Hollywood where he operated a grist and saw mill.  He served on the county court and in the War of 1812.  Jessie L. Holesapple was born in 1876 and was well known throughout the community and beyond for his chair making.  He died in 1974.  A store building and residence in Second Creek are associated with the Holesapple family, sites #ME-0058 and ME-0059. 

 

The Reaburn (Rayburn) family was an early settlement family in Second Creek.  As stated earlier, John Reaburn worked for an early land company in Monroe County as a surveyor and amassed large acreage in the Second Creek area.  He came to the area before 1787 from Augusta, Virginia.  John married Elizabeth Kilpatrick in 1778 and they had six children.  John died in 1824.  Plank Cabin Draft Road was the traditional route into Monroe County, specifically Second Creek, and it is now known as the Rayburn Draft Road in honor of the Reaburn family.  The family name has died out in Monroe County.   Other routes into Monroe County were the Sweet Springs Turnpike, Monroe Draft Road and the Second Creek Road.   

 

The Reed family is well known in Second Creek.  The 1791 Reed’s Mill is owned and operated by a relation of the family and it has been in the Reed family since 1910.  The mill is individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  The mill was originally built and owned by Archibald McDowell and his heirs but it was sold to the Reeds in 1910. The miller’s house, site #ME-0057, is still extant and was recorded as part of this survey.  The house was built by Moses Higgenbotham C. 1785 but was added on to in C. 1820 and C. 1870. Benjamin Reed Sr. along with his two brothers, Robert and John, were the first of the Reed family to settle in Second Creek.  Benjamin married Susanna Moore (Reed).  Andrew E. Reed lived in the Second Creek area.  He married Mary A. Holesapple in 1845 and they had six children.  Andrew also ran the Hollywood Woolen Mill.  Benjamin Reed Jr. (it is not known if he was the son of Benjamin Reed Sr.) was born in 1790 and married Hannah Bowyer.  The current Reeds can be traced back to Benjamin Reed Jr.  The Reeds, the Holesapple and Hoke families intermarried and these families are still known on Second Creek.  The Reed Home place, site #ME-0074, C. 1927, was recorded as part of this survey.

 

Moses Higgenbotham, who built the above Reed’s Mill house, was the son of Oglesbury and Elizabeth Higgenbotham.  He had at least seven siblings.  It is not known when Moses came to Second Creek but his father eventually brought his entire family to Cumberland County, Kentucky in 1800 from Virginia.  Moses was killed in the War of 1812 but there is a recorded will dated November 9, 1804 in Monroe County, West Virginia.  In the will he mentions his wife, Mary, and several of his children in addition to livestock and his “plantation.”  The name is spelled “Hickenbottom” in the will. 

 

Most of the family names along Second Creek are associated with at least one mill or another although few of the original mills along Second Creek are still extant.  One of those still extant, as is the Reed’s Mill above and Rodgers Mill, is the Nickell Mill.  It is located in the northern section of Monroe County, almost in Greenbrier County.  In 1788 Thomas Nickell was granted 500 acres adjacent to Frederick Gromer’s land and mill (still extant – site #ME-0047) through the Greenbrier Land Company.  Thomas died in 1807 and his son, James Albert Nickell inherited the property and built the mill in 1814 on the creek below the farm house.  The farm house and mill are listed individually on the National Register of Historic Places.

 

Another common name along Second Creek and in relation to mills is Van Stavern.  Nicholas Van Stavern was the original family member in Monroe County, emigrating from Delaware.  His grandfather, Cornelius, emigrated from Holland.  Nicholas’s son, also Cornelius, came to Gap Mills about 1830 and built and repaired several mills on Second Creek and elsewhere.  He finally settled in Hollywood where he and his wife raised ten children.  A Nicholas Van Stavern of this line once owned the above mentioned Reed’s Mill from C. 1869 to the 1870s; he later moved to Leclade County, Missouri.  Hollywood was the location of the Van Stavern Woolen Mill but it is no longer extant.  Thomas C. Van Stavern was the owner of the mill.  Another son of Cornelius, Benjamin, also was a millwright along Second Creek.  He also was a merchant in partnership with Samuel Hamilton.  Sites associated with the Van Stavern family include: site #ME-0079, ME-0081, ME-0082 and ME-0083.  Site #ME-0082 is known as the Luther Van Stavern Home.  Site #ME-0081 was the home of, most probably, Thomas Van Stavern as the woolen mill he owned was located across the road and this building also served as a store on the second floor with the residence below.

 

Henry Hoke was an original settler on Second Creek.  He was born in 1785 and died in 1870.  There is a reference to Henry Hoke in the land books of Monroe County listing a deed in 1843.  An Anderson W. Hoke is also listed in the land books via a Bonded Servant Agreement in 1852.  Sites #ME-0076 and #ME-0123 are associated with the Hoke family. 

 

The Hogsette family settled along Charles Boothe Road, known originally as Oak Grove Road, above Second Creek.  Prior to being known as Oak Grove Road, it was also known as Hogshead Road and Burnt Cabin Road.  James Hogsette, son of John, moved to Monroe County from Augusta County, Virginia in the 1770s.  He settled on a tract of 400 acres in what is now known as the Hogshead Settlement.  James willed his property to his two sons, John R. and Charles.  John R. had settled on an additional 400 acres and this appears to be the founding of the Hogshead Settlement.  The name has been spelled various ways through time.  Three houses were recorded in this survey that are associated with the Hogsettes.  This includes:  site #ME-0087, C. 1850; ME-0088, C. 1795; and ME-0090, 1908.  All of these homes are in good condition and the original log structure is still evident in ME-0088.

 

An apple orchard along with its accompanying buildings was also recorded within this survey.  This is site #ME-0050, the Morgan/Neff Orchard, located on Neff Orchard Road.   The original apple packing barn dates to C. 1885 and the orchard is still operational.  In the book, “Gleanings of Monroe County West Virginia History” Mrs. Alice C. Neff lists twenty-six (26) different types of apples grown at the orchard and their month of harvest.  The Neff family also operated an orchard in the Staunton, Virginia area.  The Second Creek Orchard had 40,000 fruit trees; the orchard currently consists of about 100 acres and has peach trees and berries in addition to apple trees.

 

Orchards played a very integral part in a community historically.  Now that fresh fruit is shipped all over the world it is no longer necessary to store and stockpile fruit as it is harvested but this was not the case in the past.  Fruit was harvested and sold locally.  Farmers and housewives bought fruit or other produce nearby to their homes and either stored it in a special building built for that purpose or canned as much as possible to last through the winter.  There is an extant apple storage shed on the Friedman Farm, site #GB-0058, that has three foot thick walls insulated with sawdust.  This allowed the apples to be kept for months without rotting.  With little sugar or other sweets available, apples were a real treat.

 

In the same geographic area as the orchard, an African-American church and cemetery were recorded.  This is site #ME-0049, the Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church.  The African-American cemetery is also located nearby the church and was recorded; it is site #ME-0117, Mt. Zion Cemetery.   Many of the African-American families who first settled in this area moved later to Brushy Ridge in Greenbrier County.  A “History of Brushy Ridge Community (Colored)” was written by Frank U.G. Peck in 1924 and he mentioned many of the African-American families located here, their occupations, children and homes.  Many of these people were descended from slaves and still carried the last names of their “masters.”  Family names include Haynes, Dunsmore and Saddler.  This community no longer exists but the church and the cemetery remain. 

 

Historically, this area of West Virginia had four African-American communities spanning Greenbrier and Monroe counties.  As mentioned previously, the first is the Brushy Ridge area that begins along the road from Ronceverte to the turnoff to the mouth of Second Creek, all in Greenbrier County.  This remains largely an African-American community to this day.  The next general area is around Patton on Second Creek; this area encompasses the Mt. Zion Church and cemetery and the area around Morgan/Neff Orchard.  The third geographic area is along Second Creek near Spring Valley Farm.  The blacks in this third area probably originated from slaves on the farm itself.  The fourth area was the eastern end of Gap Mills.  The Gap Mills area and its families are to be further researched in the next phase of the project. 

 

There were several African-American families of the name “Haynes” on Second Creek.    They were tenant farmers in recent times for the Dickson family, owners of Spring Valley Farm at the junction of Second Creek and 219.  The Haynes of Second Creek and the Haynes of Gap Mills are descended from slaves of an early area settler, Joseph Haynes.  Oral history relates that Joseph discovered his woman house slave stealing so Joseph had her and her husband whipped.  Later that night they both went to the Kitchen Creek cave and killed themselves believing that their spirits would return to Africa. 

 

Another African-American family in the area are the Dunsmores’.  The Haynes are related to the Dunsmores.  Thomas Dunsmore shows up in the 1870 Monroe County, Second Creek, census as a 48 year old farm hand.  Also, his wife, Mary/Polly who is 37 years old and their six children are listed.  Mary is listed as a mulatto female and domestic servant; in the 1880 census she is also listed as a mulatto female, keeping house.  In the 1880 census Thomas is listed as a 60 year old black man who works on a farm with his wife Mary/Polly, age 54.  Site #ME-0118 is the Dunsmore farm.  The Dunsmores’ are also associated with the Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, #ME-0049, and the Mt. Zion Cemetery, #ME-0117.  The Dunsmores donated the land for both and Mr. Dunsmore built the church.  Thomas was born July 17, 1816 and died January 19, 1910.  Mary was born February 8, 1820 and died November 3, 1921.  Both are buried in the Mt. Zion Cemetery. 

 

William (Peter) Dunsmore, son of Thomas and Mary/Polly, married Barbara Ann Curry in Monroe County at “S.P. Hamilton’s” by Rev. Samuel Houston (Caucasian) in 1874.  The 1870 census lists them both with Barbara as a mulatto female, still living with her father, age 18.  Barbara is buried also at the Mt. Zion Cemetery; William may be but he is not listed in the cemetery book. 

 

Frank Dunsmore, son of Thomas and brother of John Lewis, married Janet Haynes at the Sinks Grove Baptist Church (Mt. Zion?) on May 17, 1895.  The informant for the marriage was Lewis Nickell and the officiate was Rev. O.T. Harris.  The Dunsmore family took care of the cemetery ground up until contemporary times when Elaine Carter took over the responsibility. 

 

George Washington Haynes is also buried in the Mt. Zion Cemetery.  He was a stone mason and is listed in Peck’s history as G.W. Haynes.  As with many African-Americans, Haynes had the name of the family who enslaved him.  This is certainly true of the majority of the African-Americans in the Second Creek area.  Once Emancipation occurred they appear to have built a viable community with many skilled tradesman, craftsman and farmers in the Second Creek vicinity, spanning Monroe and Greenbrier Counties.  Many of the African-Americans on the Monroe County side eventually moved to the Brushy Ridge area. 

 

Another African-American family in the area was Augustus and Mollie Wilson. They lived in a two-story, gable house across the road from the Morgan/Neff Orchard.  They had five children.  The house has since collapsed but it was a substantial farm house.  Augustus “Gus” purchased 10 ¼ acres from J. Hunter and Sallie A. Nickell.  The property adjoined the property of William T. Patton.  Prior to the Civil War, the Patton’s and Nickell’s were owners of the Wilson ancestors.  Gus left his property to his wife in 1928 upon his death and his son, Charles, purchased 7 additional acres adjoining the home place.  Augustus’s funeral was held at the Mt. Zion Cemetery; it was also known as the Sinks Grove Colored Cemetery. 

 

The Friedman Farm, site #GB-0058, C. 1846, located on Rodger’s Mill Road is a very large, two-story, hip roof house with a central, three-story, entrance tower.  Senator Richard H. Boone was a State Senator from Greenbrier County from 1920 to 1924 and he lived in this house at that time.  Boone had also served as Sheriff of Fayette County.  At one time Boone owned 700 acres in this area and raised purebred Hereford cattle.  He married Sallie Patton, daughter of Robert Patton, and they had four sons and one daughter.  The original owner of the property was Robert Patton, early settler in the area.  The first Patton in this area was Tristam Patton, a Revolutionary War veteran.  He was a bodyguard for George Washington.  The Patton family had at one time had a grist mill, a saw mill and a powder mill on Second Creek.  Tristam married Jean (Jane) Nelson and they had 12 children.  Tristam died in 1842 or 1843 and his wife died November 16, 1864; both are buried in the New Lebanon Cemetery.  Another resource associated with the Patton family is site #ME-0120, the Bailey/Patton House.  This was originally the home of John Nelson Patton and oral history states that he built the house. 

 

In addition to the people and structures along Second Creek, this region is also rich in natural and/or cultural resources that are identified with the history of the area.  These resources include low level bridges, fords across Second Creek, springs, traditional swimming holes, the Falls of Second Creek, the Monitor Liniment Geological Formation and the Alum Rock formation.  All of these resources contribute to the history and quality of life along Second Creek.  As noted in a previous section of this report, these resources are listed in the List of Sites and noted and keyed on the USGS maps. 

 

 


 

 

 
DESCRIPTION OF THE SURVEY AREA

 

The survey area is located in the Second Creek magisterial district of Monroe County.  It basically consists of a 12.5 mile long route along Second Creek from the small community of Hollywood in the south to the Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge in the north.   The survey area contains approximately four thousand (4000) acres. 

 

Several small communities are included within the survey area.  These include Second Creek, Hollywood and Monitor.  An attempt was made to adhere generally to the creek but some county routes in the same general area were also included as these geographic areas relate historically and traditionally to the creek. 

 

The terrain within the survey area consists of mountains and valleys.  It is relatively flat along Second Creek and than rises as you travel away from the creek.  It was expected that the majority of the resources would be residential with some operational farmsteads and a few isolated commercial resources such as stores, mills, etc.  Due to the rural nature of the area, modern resources were not expected in any great number. 

 

Monroe County was a major exploration and settlement route from Eastern Virginia into Western Virginia and consequently the survey team expected to find a number of resources from this early time period, 18th century.  This was the case.  A number of later resources from the 19th and 20th centuries were also expected and found.  Settlement resources do exist in number but most have been modified or have been vacant for a number of years.  This region was originally settled due to agriculture and the presence of the “power stream”, Second Creek.  Second Creek maintained numerous types of mills including grist, powder, saw, woolen and planing along its length.  An interesting aside to the presence of so many mills along Second Creek was that frame structures rather than log structures appeared here earlier than in other locations in the state. 

 

The buildings are primarily one and two-story, wood framed residences and a few other types of resources: mill, school, store, etc.  There are several farmsteads within the survey area along with the various outbuildings associated with farms represented. 

 

The Fairview School, ME-0106, C. 1926 was also documented.  It is a one-story, side gable, school house.  There are central entrance doors flanked by a ribbon of five 9/9 windows.  It is a typical two room, rural, school house and is in fair condition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Four cemeteries were recorded: the Carlisle Cemetery, site #ME-0070, the Hollywood Cemetery, site #ME-0073, Mt. Zion Cemetery, ME-0117, and the large Lebanon Cemetery, ME-0119.    These sites serve their respective local communities and are a bit larger than a family cemetery, except for Lebanon which is a large, more formal cemetery.  The African-American cemetery, Mt. Zion, ME-0117, is located near the Mt. Zion Church, ME-0049, and contains a disproportionate number of World War II veterans. 

 

Two structures were recorded in this survey.  One is the low level bridge (submarine bridge) that crosses Second Creek in the Patton vicinity.  It is site #ME-0043.  It was constructed C. 1942.  Low level bridges are no longer constructed by the Department of Highways for obvious reasons and this bridge is somewhat unusual in that it is a single slab of concrete spanning the creek with no culverts piercing the slab.  It is located upstream from Rodger’s Mill.  The second structure is a swinging bridge, ME-0103F, located on Second Creek behind Reed’s Mill and is the access for the Trent Home, ME-0103.  It appears that the current bridge is a later replacement, C. 1985, for an earlier bridge.  As expected, swinging bridges are often washed away in high water. 

 

The Rayburn Draft Road, historically known as Plank Cabin Draft Road, is noted as part of this survey.  The Rayburn Draft Road is also known as the Monroe Draft Road and the Second Creek Road.  This was the historic route into Monroe County via Eastern Virginia and it intersected with the old Seneca Trail (current US Route 219) to allow for further incursion into Western Virginia by the early settlers. 

 

Four churches were documented in this survey.  These are the Second Creek Pentecostal Holiness Church, site #ME-0061, C. 1915, which served the Second Creek community; the Bruffy Memorial UM Church, site #ME-0072, C. 1900, which served the Hollywood area; the Highland Park UM Church, ME-0101, C. 1880, which served the outlying areas of Second Creek; and the New Lebanon Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, ME-0105, c. 1870.  All still operate as churches with some modifications to the structures. .

 

 

 

 

 

                                ME-0061

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                  ME-0072

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  ME-0101

 

 

 

 

 

            ME-0105

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two stores were also recorded as part of this survey: the Second Creek (Holesapple/Byrd Store) Store, ME-0058, C. 1900, and the Van Stavern Store, site #ME-0081, C. 1850.  The Second Creek Store is a small, vacant, one-story building while the Van Stavern Store in Hollywood was located on the second floor of their residence with an outside stairway entrance.  The Van Stavern Store has been completely converted to residential and it is located across the road from the original location of the Van Stavern Woolen Mill.

 

Also located in Hollywood is the old Hollywood Post Office, site #ME-0080, C. 1930.  The building no longer operates as a post office but remains functionally intact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The survey area contains a number of mills:  the Nickell Mill (NR), Reed’s Mill (NR) and Rodger’s Mill, site #ME-0047, C. 1785.  The first two are listed individually on the National Register of Historic Places.  Reed’s Mill is the only mill still operating as a mill.  Rodger’s Mill is the oldest extant mill on the creek but it is no longer operational. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are a number of residences that were originally built for the millers and these include: the Rodger’s Mill house, site #ME-0046, C. 1890.  This was the second miller house built for Rodger’s Mill; the Rodger’s Mill house, site #GB-0060, C. 1800.  This was the first Rodger’s Mill miller’s house and is located across the creek from the mill.  There is a traditional ford between the two. The Reed’s Mill house, site #ME-0057, C. 1785/C. 1820 and C. 1870.  This house was built for the Reed’s Mill miller by Moses Higgenbotham.  The original portion of this house is log; the existing configuration is a combination of three different construction periods.  The Trent House, ME-0103, C. 1880, also appears to have an original log interior and is associated with Reed’s Mill.

 

 

     

                    ME-0046

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

 

 

                                    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                          GB-0060

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                 ME-0057

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ME-0103

 

 

 

 

 

 


Other log houses within the survey area are the Hyner Log House, site #ME-0065, C. 1875; the Wright/Tritt Log House, ME-0102, C. 1850; Dr. Medows Log Camp, ME-0103, the Trent Log House, ME-0109, C. 1850 and C. 1990; the Burwell House, ME-0121, C. 1840; and the Gazzard/Pope House, ME-0122, C. 1880.  All of the log houses have been modified.  The Hyner Log House is a two-story, side gable, double pen, log house covered with board and batten siding.  You can see that it was built in two different sections because the original cut stone chimney in the center was only partially enclosed when the second pen was added.  Many of the early residences recorded were one-story, log cabins that have since been enclosed, sided and added on to over the years.  The Hyner Log House is the most intact of those recorded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One orchard was also recorded.  This is the Morgan/Neff Orchard, site #ME-0050.  The original apple packing house dates to C. 1885 and the business is still operated as an orchard.  The orchard consists of approximately 100 acres and there are apples, peaches, berries and an active farmers market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As stated previously, there are a number of resources within the survey area that are already listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  These are: the Nickell Homestead and Mill, Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge, Reed’s Mill and Spring Valley Farm.  While these sites were not documented for this survey they are listed in the List of Sites (NR) and noted on the USGS maps.  The Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge is located in Greenbrier County while the other three sites are in Monroe County.

 

 

 

Nickell’s Mill Homestead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Valley Farm

 

 

 

             

 

 

 

                 Reed’s Mill  

              
There were a few sites recorded in this survey that are actually located in Greenbrier County and they were included because they relate to the Second Creek history and significance.  The Bruce/Hoylman house, site #GB-0057, C. 1880, is located on the Greenbrier/Monroe County line next to a bridge which spans Second Creek.  The original Rodger’s Mill miller’s house, site #GB-0060, C. 1800, is noted above with the other millers’ houses.  It is located across Second Creek from Rodger’s Mill with a ford spanning the creek between the house and the mill.  Two resources are located uphill from the Rodger’s Mill on Rodger’s Mill Road in Greenbrier County.  The first is the Friedman Farm, site #GB-0058, C. 1846, and the second resource is the Tieche Farm, site #GB-0059, 1897.  Three additional Greenbrier County resources are located on Highland Park Road: GB-0061, GB-0062 and GB-0063. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      GB-0057

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GB-0059

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                             

There were several natural cultural resources noted in the report and on the USGS map as they relate directly to the history of the area.  These natural resources include springs, swimming holes and rock formations.  Also included in the report and on the USGS map were Traditional Cultural Properties.  These are all mill sites historically but do not contain extant structures.  These were included to illustrate the high number and types of mills along Second Creek and their relation to the development of the area. 

 

There are very few architectural styles represented in the survey area.  Isolated instances or regional adaptions of the following styles do occur: Queen Anne, Queen Anne Cottage, Folk Victorian, Gothic Revival, Greek Revival, Bungalow, Four Square and Minimal Traditional style. 

 

The Double-Pile house type is illustrated below by the Friedman House.  It is a two-story, hip roof house with a projecting, three-story, central, entrance tower/dormer bay.  The house is two rooms wide, two rooms deep and two rooms high. There is a one-story, gable addition on the rear with dormers.  This rear section was originally a separate kitchen and an addition was added to connect the kitchen and the main house.  The house was built in C. 1846 by Robert Patton and was later owned and further developed as a purebred Hereford farm by Senator Robert Boone who represented the 9th District of Greenbrier County from 1920 to 1924.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                        GB-0058.                                                                                                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is another unusual Double-Pile house type within the survey area.  This is the McNeil Farm/Moore/Hamilton Home place, ME-0110, C. 1850.  This house has Greek Revival style architectural features and details.  It is located on Moore Road, named after the family who lived here.  Oral history states that there was originally a brick paved road that passed in front of this house and continued to the west and that the house served as a stagecoach inn for travelers.  The house is also associated with the Hamilton family who owned and operated Hamilton’s Mill in the Patton area.  The Moore Home place is a large, two-story, hip roof house with a one-story, gable wing on the rear.  It has a red brick façade, one of the few historic brick residences within the survey, and original 6/6 windows.  Decorative touches include a cornice with brackets and a two-story, front porch. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The majority of the resources recorded do not have a specific architectural style, as stated earlier.  They are “Vernacular” in nature which means that the houses were built by local folks in the same manner as other houses in the area and do not reflect specific architectural styles of the time period and the national scene.  These Vernacular houses encompass several house types and include “I” houses, Gable-Front houses, Gabled-Ell houses and the Upright and Wing house.  The Upright and Wing house type has the one-story portion of the house as the earliest portion to be built when the family was first settling in the area and then as they became more prosperous they built  a two-story portion which they added to the one-story wing.  Many of the one-story wings were originally log and later they were sided and further “dressed up” to blend with the two-story wing.  Examples include: ME-0067. 

 

 

 

 

ME-0067

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Hall and Parlor house type was also very common in this area and was easily adapted to a variety of configurations and decorative elements.  Some examples include:  ME-0087, ME-0091, ME-0098, ME-0103, and GB-0063.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ME-0087.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                  GB-0063

 

 

 

 


Another very common house type in the survey area is the “I” House.  This is one of the most common house types in America and was constructed up to the beginning of the 20th century.  The basic plan consists of a side gable one room deep; it can be one or two-story.  Additions, wings, decorative embellishments, etc. all can be added to the basic plan which is one of the reasons for its popularity.  Some “I” Houses included within this survey are: ME-0054, ME-0057, ME-0060, ME-0075, ME-0078, ME-0085, ME-0096, ME-0099, ME-0113 and GB-0059.  Two examples are shown below. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ME-0054

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GB-0059


Other house types include Gabled-Ell and Gable-Front houses.  Gabled-Ell houses include ME-0083 and ME-0116.  Gable-Front houses include ME-0081 and ME-0084. 

 

 

 

 

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

ME-0081

 

 

A complete list of sites follows. 

LIST OF SITES

 

 

MONROE COUNTY SITES

 

ME-0043. COUNTY ROUTE 62-4, structure                                  Submarine bridge

date:  C. 1942

description: Low level bridge over Second Creek in Patton. Slab of concrete spans the creek.  No culverts pierce the concrete.

1 structure eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0044. COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, residence                               Camp

date:  C. 1925

description: One-story, end gable cabin.  Central, interior, brick chimney.  “V” seam metal roof.  Clapboard siding.  Horizontal 2/2 and 6/6 windows.  One-story, modified hip roof porch with modern square posts and modern slatted balustrade.  Rear section of porch has been enclosed with screening.  One-story, shed roof addition on the side with T-111 siding.  Porch has wood pier foundation; pier foundation for house covered with metal veneer. House appears to have been built in two sections; the front section the most recent.  4 X 3 bays. Gable-front house.  Modified.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1990

description: One-story, shed roof, wood shed/outbuilding.  Metal roof. Vertical board siding.  Concrete block foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0045. COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, residence                               Copenhaver House

date:  C. 1950

description:  One-story, side gable house.  Exposed, concrete block chimney.  “V” seam metal roof.  Center portion of house is concrete block; front and rear is weatherboard siding.  Small 1/1 and metal casement windows.  One-story, front porch within roof overhang is screened in with 2x4s and screening; wood pier foundation.  One-story, rear porch within roof overhang is fully enclosed; wood pier foundation.   Concrete block foundation.  3 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, shed roof outhouse.  Asphalt shingle roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.   1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


ME-0046. COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, residence                               Isaac/Rodgers Mill House

date:  C. 1890

description:  Two-story, rear facing “L” house; rear wing is one-story.  Two, interior, corbelled brick chimneys. Exposed, stone chimney on rear wing end.  “V” seam metal roof.  Clapboard siding with wide frieze boards and corner boards with simple caps.  Vertical 2/2 and 3/1 windows with simple surrounds. Two-story, end gable, projecting, entrance bay with vergeboard in the gable end: first floor has square posts and slatted balustrade; second floor has paired square posts and slatted balustrade.  Entrance door has divided sidelights.  East side of rear wing has a one-story, shed roof addition with metal board and batten siding and concrete block foundation; west side of wing has a one-story, shed roof addition with screening and siding and pier foundation.  Stone pier foundation. 3 X 5 bays. “I” house. The first Rodgers Mill house was located across the creek and this was the second house used for the miller.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

1 building individually eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

A.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, end gable garage/barn.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Multipane windows.  Wood pier foundation.  2 X 3 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0047. COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, commercial                           

Gromer/Rodgers Saw & Powder Mill

date:  C. 1785

description:  Three-story mill building.  Gable dormer on the side.  Metal roof.  Log façade; horizontal board siding in the gable ends and on three sides.  6/6 windows. Attached gable building on the front for feeding the lumber into the saw blades.  Stone foundation.  3 X 2 bays.  Gable-Front.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

1 building individually eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

 

ME-0048.  SKIPPED NUMBER.

 

ME-0049. COUNTY ROUTE 3-7/Neff Orchard Road, church      

African American Church/Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church

date:  C. 1920

description: One-story building. “V” seam metal roof. Clapboard siding with frieze, architrave and corner boards.  4/4 windows. Stone pier foundation. 1 X 2 bays. Gable-Front. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


ME-0050.  COUNTY ROUTE 3-7/Neff Orchard Road, residence and orchard

Morgan/Neff Orchard

date: C. 1920

description: Two-story, hip roof house. Central hip dormer on the front. Asphalt shingle roof. Exposed, brick chimney on the side. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. Modern 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, full length, front porch with square posts and slatted balustrade. Picture windows on porch. Non-original, bay window on the side. One-story, modified hip roof, enclosed, rear porch. Gable addition on rear attached to enclosed rear porch. Parged concrete foundation. 3 X 6 bays. Four Square style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

1 building individually eligible to the National Register of Historic Place (CE)

A.

date: C. 1885

description: Main packing house/barn for the orchard. Large, one and one-half-story, end gable building with flanking, shed roof, enclosed wings. Interior, brick chimney. Metal shingle roof. Asbestos, asphalt shingle and clapboard siding. Large, one-story, shed roof, wraparound, enclosed porch/canopy on the front with an asphalt shingle roof. Variety of windows. Several concrete block additions/enclosures. Gable addition on rear. Concrete block foundation. 1 X 8 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

1 building individually eligible to the National Register of Historic Place (CE)

B.

date: C. 1945

description: One-story, flat roof, cold storage building. Terra cotta cap. Concrete block façade and foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

1 building individually eligible to the National Register of Historic Place (CE)

C.

date: C. 1885

description: One-story, end gable barn/shed with flanking, shed roof wings. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

1 building individually eligible to the National Register of Historic Place (CE)

 

ME-0051. COUNTY ROUTE 3-7/Neff Orchard Road, residence

Cromwell/Miller House & Farm

date: C. 1913

description: Two-story, “I” house with rear ell. Two, interior, brick chimney; exposed, brick, end chimney. Partial return cornice. Standing seam metal roof. Clapboard siding with frieze and narrow corner boards with simple caps. Vertical 2/2 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, front porch with battered square posts on square concrete piers.  Entrance door has divided transom and divided sidelights; once there was a two-story porch and the second story door has been infilled with a windows. Two-story, shed roof, rear porch in corner of ell with  chamfered posts with slatted balustrade on second floor; first floor has been enclosed except for a center section with two recessed entrance doors. One-story, shed roof, enclosed wing on the rear. Stone foundation; porch has concrete block foundation. 3 X 4 bays. “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1910

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding. Metal roof. Metal siding. Concrete foundation. 1 X 1 bays.  Was originally a school house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding/garage. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof outhouse. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof, machine shed/garage. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Stone pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof, chicken coop. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

F.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, end gable, corn crib. Standing seam metal roof. Board and batten and vertical board siding. Concrete block and stone pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

G.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

H.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, end gable barn with shed roof on the left. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


I.

date: C. 1903

description: Large, two-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 5 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0052. COUNTY ROUTE 5-3/Neff Orchard Road, residence

Brand House & Farm

date: C. 1890

description: One-story, rear facing “L” house. Standing seam metal roof. Central wall gable on rear ell. Wood shingle siding with frieze boards. Vertical 2/2 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch with square columns and slatted balustrade. Stone pier foundation infilled with brick and concrete block. 3 X 4 bays. Queen Anne Cottage style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 2004

description: One-story, end gable garage/outbuilding. Metal roof. Concrete block façade and foundation.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1900

description: One and one-half-story, side gable barn with shed roof wing on the side. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding with two, shed roof wings on the side with one section open. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 5 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1900

description:  One-story, shed roof, corn crib. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1890

description: One-story, rear facing “L” house. Standing seam metal roof. Partial return cornice. Central, interior, brick chimney; exposed, stone chimney on rear of ell. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. 6/6 and 1/1 wood windows. Corner of ell in the rear has been enclosed. Front porch is gone. Cut stone foundation. 3 X 4 bays. Side-Gabled Cottage house.

1 building not eligible (NE)


F.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

G.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof outhouse. Metal roof. Vertical board siding partially covered with asphalt siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

H.

date: C. 1900

description: Large, two-story, end gable barn with flanking, shed roof, enclosed wings. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 5 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

I.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof, corn crib. Metal roof. Vertical board and board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0053. COUNTY ROUTE 5-3/Neff Orchard Road, residence 

Canterbury House

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, saddle-bag house. Central, interior, block chimney; interior, corbelled brick chimney on rear ell. Standing seam metal roof. Partial return cornice. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. Vertical 2/2 and 1/1 windows with slat shutters. One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with turned posts and slat balustrade. One-story, shed roof, rear porch with square posts. Stone pier foundation. 4 X 4 bays. Saddle-Bag house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, end gable, cellar house. Roll roofing. Horizontal board siding. Parged foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. Metal roof. Metal siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

 

ME-0054. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road, residence

Dickson Farm Tenant House One

date: C. 1910

description: Two-story, side gable house with one-story, gable addition on the rear. Central, interior, brick chimney; exposed, concrete block chimney on the rear; exposed, concrete block chimney on the addition. “V” seam metal roof. Main body of house has painted plywood façade with battens; addition is metal board and batten siding. Main house has 6/6 windows; addition has horizontal 2/2 windows. Small, one-story, non-original, shed roof, front porch with modern square posts on a wood deck. Main house has stone pier foundation infilled with concrete block; addition has concrete block foundation. 4 X 1 bays. “I” House.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD) 

(Alternative – Amend the Spring Valley Farm NR nomination to include this resource)

A.

date:  C. 1910

description: One-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Board and batten and vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – Amend the Spring Valley Farm NR nomination to include this site)

 

ME-0055. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road, residence

Dickson Farm Tenant House Two

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, side gable house. Central, interior, brick chimney. “V” seam metal roof. Exposed rafter tails. Asbestos shingle siding. Vertical 3/1 windows; paired in the front. Small, end gable, projecting roof canopy supported by knee braces over entrance door. One-story, shed roof, full length, rear porch with square posts and slatted balustrade. Concrete block foundation. 3 X 2 bays. Craftsman Cottage house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – Amend the Spring Valley Farm NR nomination to include this site)

A.

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, end gable, cellar house. Metal roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – Amend the Spring Valley Farm NR nomination to include this site)

B.

date: C. 1990

description: One-story, shed roof, wood shed. Metal roof. Board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


ME-0056. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road, residence

Hoaglin/Reed/Hoke House & Farm

date: C. 1890

description: Two-story, hip roof house. Two, interior, corbelled brick chimneys. “V” seam metal roof. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. Vertical 3/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, enclosed, front porch. One-story, modified hip roof, enclosed, rear porch with concrete block foundation. One-story, side gable, one bay garage attached on the side. Stone foundation. 5 X 2 bays. Colonial Revival style.  Creek ford associated with this house; ford located southeast of the house a short distance.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1900

description: One-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof granary/machine shed with shed roof, enclosed wing on the side. Metal roof. Board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1930

description: Three-story, gambrel roof barn with forebay. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1930

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding. Corrugated metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0057. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road, residence

Reeds Mill House/Second Creek Post Office

date: C. 1785/C. 1820/C. 1870

description:  Large, two-story, rear facing “L” house with the rear ell one-story. Appears to have been built in three separate time periods: one side gable; a second side gable next to the first with the roof slightly lower; and the rear one-story addition last or at least connected last. Central, interior, stone chimney; large, cut stone, interior chimney on rear wing. Rear wing is an operating post office.  “V” seam metal roof. Weatherboard siding. 6/9, vertical 2/2  and 6/6 windows. Two-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with chamfered posts and slatted balustrade on second floor; square posts on first floor. Exterior stair on the left of the porch to the second story. One-story, hip roof addition on rear wing with clapboard siding, 3/1 windows and concrete block foundation. 7 X 5 bays. Cut stone foundation. “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – amend Reeds Mill NR nomination to include this resource)

A.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – amend Reeds Mill NR nomination to include this resource)

B.

date: C. 1870

description: One-story, side gable, cellar house/spring house. “V” seam metal roof. Right side of building is cut stone façade and foundation; left side is vertical board siding and stone foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – amend Reeds Mill NR nomination to include this resource)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable, corn crib. “V” seam metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – amend Reeds Mill NR nomination to include this resource)

D.

date: C. 1900

description: Large, one-story, side gable barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on right.  “V” seam metal roof. Board and batten, horizontal board and vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 4 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

(Alternative – amend Reeds Mill NR nomination to include this resource)

 

ME-0058. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road, commercial

Second Creek Store/Holesapple/Byrd Store

date: C. 1880

description: One-story, end gable, commercial building. “V” seam metal roof. Exposed, brick chimney on the side. Painted metal siding. 6/6 windows; some are boarded up. Shed roof canopy over entrance supported by square posts on a wood deck. One-story, shed roof addition on the rear with board and batten siding. Stone pier foundation. 3 X 2 bays. Gable-Front building.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof outhouse. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


ME-0059. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

Holesapple/Byrd/Kerns House

date: C. 1880

description: Long, one-story, rear facing “L” house. “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding. Modern 1/1 and modern 6/6 windows. One-story, shed roof, front porch with square posts on a wood deck. One-story, shed roof, fully enclosed, rear porch and addition. Pier foundation. 6 X 2 bays. Gabled-ell House. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1990

description: Long, one-story, shed roof, machine shed. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Wood pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, end gable, cellar house. Metal roof. Asphalt shingle siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0060. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Patton House

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, rear facing “L” house with rear ell one-story. Small, shed roof dormer on front. Roof appears to have been raised. Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney. Metal roof. Vinyl siding. Modern 1/1 windows with shutters. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, front porch with modern square posts and modern slatted balustrade. Small, end gable, projecting, side entrance bay with lattice and concrete block balustrade. Rear ell has a shed roof addition attached. Stone pier foundation infilled with concrete block. 3 X 4 bays. “I” House. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1960

description: One-story, end gable garage. “V” seam metal roof. Weatherboard siding and concrete block siding. Concrete block foundation. 1 X 6 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1960

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: One and one-half-story, end gable barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on the right. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


ME-0061. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, church

Second Creek Pentecostal Holiness Church

date: C. 1915

description: One-story, end gable, church building. One-story, gable addition on front with gable, entrance bay and one-story, gable addition on each side. “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding. Modern 1/1 windows. Two-story, three-sided, projecting bay on the rear with stained glass windows. Parged and concrete block foundation. 2 X 4 bays. Gable-Front church building.  Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, gable pavilion supported by modern square posts with 2X4 bracing. “V” seam metal roof. Concrete deck.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0062. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Boggs House

date: C. 1900

description: One and one-half-story, cross gable house with central, end gable dormer on the front. One-story, gable addition on the end; one-story, shed roof addition on the front. Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney. “V” seam metal and asphalt shingles roof. Clapboard, weatherboard and asbestos shingle siding. Vertical 2/2 and vertical 3/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, front porch with square posts and “X” balustrade. Lower portion of porch is a crawl space. Gable, entrance portico on the side attached to the end addition. One-story, shed roof, rear porch with modern square posts and slatted balustrade.  Concrete block foundation. 4 X 2 bays. Bungalow style. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1945

description: One-story, end gable, well house. Metal roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. Clapboard siding in gable end. 4 pane windows. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1985

description: One-story, end gable, wood shed with shed roof, open wing on the right. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, end gable barn with shed roof, enclosed wing on the left. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


D.

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding. Metal roof. Metal siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

E.

date: C. 1945

description: Wooden silo. Metal roof. Wood board siding. Concrete foundation.

1 building not eligible (NE)

F.

date: C. 1945

description: Two-story, gambrel roof barn with flanking, shed roof wings. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 5 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

G.

date: C. 1945

description: One-story, end gable barn and corn crib with open, shed roof wing on the left and an enclosed, shed roof wing on the rear. “V” seam metal roof. Horizontal and vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

H.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Log façade. Vertical 3 pane window. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

I.

date: C. 1945

description: Tall, two and one-half-story, end gable outbuilding/residence with numerous additions. Metal roof and roll roofing. Vertical board and asphalt shingle siding; concrete block first floor. Gable addition on the left with interior block chimney. Exposed block chimney on rear. Shed roof garage bay on rear. Vertical 3/1 windows. Concrete block foundation. 1 X 3 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0063. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Trent House

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, cross gable house. Central, interior, brick chimney. “V” seam and corrugated metal roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. Asbestos shingles in the gable ends. Vertical 3/1 and fixed pane windows. One-story, shed roof, enclosed, full length, front porch over a crawl space. Shed roof, projecting, entrance bay on the side with square posts and slatted balustrade. 3 X 3 bays. Minimal Traditional style.  

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


A.

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, side gable outbuilding. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Wood pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1990

description: One-story, end gable, wood shed. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, shed roof, wood shed. “V’ seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, shed roof, chicken coop. “V” seam metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

E.

date: C. 1945

description: One-story, end gable barn with shed roof wing on the left. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0064. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Tom Elmore House - DEMOLISHED

date: C. 1920

description: One and one-half-story, side gable house with central, shed roof dormer on the front and rear. Central, interior, block chimney; exposed, block chimney on the rear. “V” seam metal roof. Clapboard siding with corner boards. Variety of windows: 1/1; modern 6/6; vertical 2/2. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, front porch with square posts and slatted balustrade. One-story, shed roof, full length, rear porch with modern square posts on a concrete deck. Concrete block foundation. 4 X 2 bays. Bungalow style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, end gable barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on the left. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


B.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, side gable, machine shed. Corrugated metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 4 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

E.

date: C. 2004

description: One-story, side gable house being built.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0065. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Raymond Hyner Log House

date: C. 1875

description: Large, two-story, side gable, double pen, log house. Exposed, cut stone, end chimney; central, interior, cut stone chimney (was originally exposed). “V” seam metal roof. Board and batten siding over the log façade. 6/6 wood and modern 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, front porch with turned posts and pilasters with scrolled brackets on a wood deck. Stone foundation. 8 X 1 bays. Double Pen House.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable, cellar house with forebay. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Wood pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 2003

description: Two-story, side gable house. Asphalt shingle roof. Vinyl siding on the second floor; concrete block first floor. 1/1 windows. Concrete block foundation.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: Two and one-half-story, end gable barn. Corrugated and “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, side gable barn/machine shed/corn crib. “V” seam metal roof. Board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1940

description: Very long, one-story, side gable, dairy barn with wooden silo. Metal roof. Variety of siding materials. Some chimneys. Concrete block and pier foundation. 12 X 3 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0066. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Boggs House

date: C. 1945

description: One and one-half-story, side gable house with central, end gable dormer on the front and rear. Dormer has paired, 3/1 windows. Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney; exposed, concrete block chimney on the rear. Asphalt shingle roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof wing on the right with a below grade basement, “V” seam metal roof, exposed, block chimney and weatherboard siding. One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with wrought iron posts on a wood deck. One-story, shed roof, rear porch with wrought iron posts on a concrete deck. 4 X 2 bays. Minimal Traditional style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1945

description: One and one-half-story, end gable outbuilding with flanking, shed roof, enclosed wings. Exposed rafter tails. Asphalt shingle and “V” seam metal roof. Painted plywood and weatherboard siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1945

description: One-story, end gable garage with shed roof wing on the left. Asphalt shingle roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. Interior, concrete block chimney. 1 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0067. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

White House

date: C. 1880

description: Two-story, side gable house with one-story, side gable wing on left. “V” seam metal roof. Exposed, cut stone and exposed concrete block chimney on one end; other end has exposed, concrete block chimney. Vinyl siding. 6/6 wood windows. One-story, modified hip roof, full length, front porch with square columns on a concrete deck. One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch with exposed, concrete block chimney. Small addition on the rear. Stone foundation. 6 X 3 bays. Upright and Wing house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, end gable barn with flanking, one-story, shed roof wings. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof, corn crib. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical and board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof barn. Metal roof. Vertical board, asphalt shingle and board and batten siding. Wood pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0068. COUNTY ROUTE 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Dwight Bostic House

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, rear facing “L” house. Central, interior chimney. “V” seam metal roof. T-111 siding. 1/1, vertical 2/2 and vertical 3/1 windows. One-story, end gable, projecting, entrance bay with chamfered posts on a wood deck. Pier foundation. 3 X 2 bays. Side-Gable Cottage house. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, end gable barn/outbuilding with a shed roof wing on the right. Metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1990

description: One-story, shed roof, wood shed. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. Metal roof. Exposed, brick chimney. Vertical board siding. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0069. COUNTY ROUTE 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Wanita Bostic House

date: C. 1930

description: One and one-half-story, side gable house. Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney. “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding. Vertical 3/1, horizontal 2/2, 6/6, 4/4 and modern windows. One-story, shed roof, three-quarter length, front porch: left side is enclosed; right side has chamfered posts and 2X4 balustrade. One-story, shed roof, entrance porch on the side with modern square posts and 2X4 balustrade. One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch. Concrete block and pier foundation. 2 bays wide. Side-Gable Cottage house. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding with numerous additions. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, end gable garage. Metal roof. Vertical board and asphalt shingle siding. 1 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0070. COUNTY ROUTE 16/Rayburn Draft Road, cemetery

Carlisle Cemetery

date: C. 1820 to the present

description: Small rural cemetery. Approximately fifty (50) graves and markers. Family names include Carlisle, Bostic, Hoke, Dunbar, Spinks, Saunders, Boggs, Vandegrift and  Whitlocks. Approximately one (1) acre.

1 site eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


ME-0071. COUNTY ROUTE 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Bostic House

date: C. 1930/1989

description: One-story, end gable house with flanking, shed roof wings and a gable, log addition on the left. Central, interior, stone chimney. “V” seam metal roof. Weatherboard siding. Variety of windows. One-story, modified hip roof, front porch with round wood posts and slatted balustrade. Trailer attached on the rear. Pier foundation. 6 X 3 bays. Gable-Front House. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1970

description: One-story, shed roof, wood shed/outbuilding. Metal roof. Variety of sidings. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1970

description: One-story, end gable greenhouse. Orinite (fiberglass) roof. Board and batten and plywood siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, shed roof outhouse. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date: C. 1970

description: One-story, shed roof barn with numerous rear additions. Metal roof. Variety of siding. Pier foundation.

1 building not eligible (NE)

E.

date: C. 1970

description: One-story, shed roof, chicken coop. Roll roofing. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

F.

date: C. 1990

description: One-story, shed roof, car port. “V” seam metal roof. Round supporting metal posts. Concrete deck. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


ME-0072. COUNTY ROUTE 16/Rayburn Draft Road, church

Bruffy Memorial UM Church

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable church building with a projecting, one-story, end gable, entrance bay. There is a cross-shaped window cut into the entrance bay. “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding. 4/6 windows with pointed Gothic window surrounds – top most part of window is divided into three panes, diamond shaped. One-story, gable addition on the rear with horizontal 2/2 windows. Concrete and concrete block foundation. 3 X 6 bays. Gothic Revival style.  Modified. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, side gable, fellowship hall. Asphalt shingle roof. Vinyl siding. Concrete foundation. 5 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0073. COUNTY ROUTE 18, cemetery                        

Hollywood Cemetery

date: C. 1853 to the present

description: Approximately 1.46 acres of ground with 75-150 graves and markers. Family names include Vandegrift, Hoke, Nichols, Bruffy, Reed, Carpenter, Vanstavern, Vass, Honaker, Wickline, Helvey, Ridgeway, Dunmore, Saunders, McMann, Shirey, Bostic and Thornhill. There is an all metal marker; “Bostic” is the only readable portion of the marker.

1 site eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0074. COUNTY ROUTE 18, residential

Helvey/Reed House & Farm

date: C. 1927

description: Two-story, “I” house. Onduline roof. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. Modern 6/6 windows with shutters. One-story, modified hip roof, full length, front porch with square posts and slatted balustrade. Central, end gable, projecting, second floor porch/balcony with square posts and slatted balustrade. Oneand one-half-story, gable addition in the corner of the ell in the rear. Concrete and concrete block foundation. 3 X 4 bays. “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 2003

description: One-story, gable, picnic pavilion. Onduline roofing. Square posts on a concrete deck.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1960

description: One-story, end gable barn with open, shed roof wing on the left. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1960

description: One-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 4 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date:  C. 1960

description: One-story, end gable barn with shed roof wings on the right. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 4 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0075. COUNTY ROUTE 18, residential

Mary Bostic House

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, side gable with large, shed roof dormer on the front and a one-story, full length, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch. Metal roof. Vinyl siding. 6/6 wood, modern slider and 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, full length, enclosed, front porch with modern windows and painted plywood. Stone foundation. 3 X 2 bays. “I” house. House has a log interior.  Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. Roll roofing. Asphalt shingle siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0076. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road, residence

Dooley/Hoke House & Farm

date: C. 1890

description: Two-story, rear facing “L” house with clipped gable ends. Standing seam metal roof. Exposed, corbelled brick, end chimney; two, interior brick chimneys.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. Vertical 2/2 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, full length, front porch with square posts. Enclosed, rear porch. Stone foundation. 3 X 3 bays. “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


A.

date: C. 1890

description: One-story, end gable, cellar house/spring house. Metal roof. Cut stone façade and foundation. 1 X 1 bays. Spring bubbles up in front of the spring house and the water is enclosed within an concrete well.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1890

description: One-story, shed roof, machine shed. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1890

description: One-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Interior, brick chimney. Vertical board and board and batten siding. Stone pier foundation. 1 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1890

description: One-story, side gable, corn crib. Metal roof. Vertical board and slatted siding. Stone pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1890

description: Two and one-half-story, side gable barn with forebay. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0077.  NUMBER DELETED.

 

ME-0078. COUNTY ROUTE 18/Hollywood Road, residential

Martin House

date: C. 1900

description: Small, two-story, side gable house. Metal roof. Exposed, brick, end chimney; exposed, block, end chimney on the rear. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. Vertical 2/2, vertical 3/1 and modern 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, fully enclosed, front porch with paired windows on a pier foundation. One-story, shed roof, fully enclosed, back porch. One-story, shed roof, side porch enclosed with screening and beaded board. Attached, one-story, concrete block, cellar house on the rear. Stone pier foundation. 2 X 4 bays. “I” House.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


A.

date: C. 1900

description: Tall, one and one-half-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1980

description: One-story, end gable garage. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Concrete block foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1975

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding with attached, gable, open wing. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date: C. 1980

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding with attached, enclosed, shed roof wing on the right. Metal roof and roll roofing. Board and batten, vertical board and asbestos shingle siding. Pier and concrete block foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0079. COUNTY ROUTE 4/Hollywood Road, residential

Chapman/Van Stavern House

date: C. 1915

description: Two-story, side gable house with large, central, shed roof dormer on the front. Painted “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding over German siding. Modern 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, enclosed, front porch. One-story, shed roof addition with concrete block foundation. One-story, gable addition on the rear with shed roof porch with modern square posts on a modern deck. Concrete block and stone pier foundation is currently being covered with faux stone veneer. 3 X 2 bays. Bungalow style. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, end gable garage. Metal roof. Exposed rafter tails. Painted plywood and vertical board siding. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0080. COUNTY ROUTE 4/Hollywood Road, post office

Hollywood Post Office

date:  C. 1930

description: One-story, end gable, post office building. Metal roof. Exposed, corbelled brick chimney on the side. Asphalt shingle siding. Vertical 3/1 and six pane windows. Wood pier foundation. 3 X 2 bays. Gable-Front building.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0081. COUNTY ROUTE 4/Hollywood/Lloyd Road, residential

Glover House/Van Stavern House & Store

date: C. 1850

description: Large, long, two-story, end gable house. Original house consisted of four rooms on the first floor with the store above. “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding. Modern 1/1 and 6/6 wood windows. One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch is partially enclosed as it wraps to the side. Open portion of porch has modern square posts and slatted balustrade. Concrete block foundation. 3 X 4 bays. Gable-Front House.  Modified.  Van Stavern Woolen Mill was located across the road from this house, next to the creek.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1965

description: Two-story, end gable outbuilding with attached, gable garage on the right. Open, shed roof wing on the left. Metal roof. Clapboard siding. 1/1 windows. Pier foundation. Garage bay has concrete foundation. 4 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 2000

description: One-story, side gable, machine shed. “V” seam metal roof. Metal and vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 4 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Stone pier and pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0082. COUNTY ROUTE 4/Hollywood/Lloyd Road, residential

Ostrander/Luther Van Stavern House

date: C. 1850

description: Two-story, side gable house with two, shed roof dormers on the front and one, shed roof dormer on the rear. The dormers have paired, vertical 3/1 windows and clapboard siding. Interior, concrete block chimney. “V” seam metal roof. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. 4/4, 6/6, 6/1 and vertical 2/2 windows. One-story, shed roof, three-quarter length, enclosed, front porch. Small, one-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch. Pier foundation. 6 X 2 bays. Double Pen House. House appears to be partially log and to have been constructed in two sections at different time periods.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, side gable outbuilding with enclosed, shed roof wing on the rear. Roll roofing. Board and batten and vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, shed roof, chicken coop. Metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding with shed roof wing on the rear. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1920

description: Two-story, end gable barn with two, shed roof, enclosed wings on the right. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, end gable, corn crib. “V” seam metal roof. Lattice siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0083. COUNTY ROUTE 4/Hollywood/Lloyd Road, residential

Lucas/Van Stavern House

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, front facing “L” house with the roof modified in the front to form a partial mansard roof. Metal roof. Interior, concrete block chimney. T-111 and asphalt shingle siding. One-story, shed roof, half enclosed, front porch; open portion has square posts on a wood deck. Modern 1/1 windows; some with muntins; some 6/6 windows. One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch in the corner of the ell. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays. Gabled-Ell House. Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1930

description: Two-story, end gable, cellar house. “V” seam metal roof. T-111 siding on second floor; concrete block first floor. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0084. COUNTY ROUTE 4/Hollywood Road, residential

Scott House

date: C. 1940

description: Small, one-story, end gable house. “V” seam metal roof. Central, interior, concrete block chimney. Vinyl siding. 6/6 wood windows. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, front porch with square posts on a concrete deck. Two entrance doors. One-story, shed roof, enclosed, side porch with small, wood deck. Pier foundation. 4 X 2 bays. Gable-Front House.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, end gable garage. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof, chicken coop. Corrugated metal roof. Board and batten and vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1940

description: Tall, two-story, side gable barn with shed roof, open wing on the rear. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0085. COUNTY ROUTE 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

Lucas/Ridgeway House

date: C. 1880

description: Two-story, side gable house with one-story, gable addition on the right. “V” seam metal roof. Concrete block chimney between the house and the addition replaces the original cut stone, end chimney. Vertical and horizontal board siding. 6/6 wood windows. One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with chamfered posts on a wood deck. Stone pier foundation. 4 X 1 bays. “I” House. Appears to be a combination of balloon and platform framing techniques.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0086. COUNTY ROUTE 11-2, residential                               King/Shaver House

date: C. 1885

description: Large, two-story, “I” house with rear portion one-story. One-story portion is log and the original portion of the house. Exposed, brick, end chimney; interior, brick chimney on rear one-story portion. “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding. Modern 1/1 and vertical 2/2 windows with shutters. Entrance door has divided transom and divided sidelights. One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with modern square posts on a concrete deck supported by concrete block foundation. Small, shed roof addition with below grade basement on the right. One-story, shed roof, full length, rear porch with modern square posts on a concrete block deck. Stone and concrete block foundation. 3 X 4 bays. “I” house.   Modified. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, end gable, cellar house. “V” seam metal roof. Concrete block and vertical board siding façade. Concrete block foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1900

description: Large, two-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, end gable, milk house. Metal roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date: C. 1940

description: Large, one-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0087. COUNTY ROUTE 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

Murtaugh/Hogsette House

date: C. 1850

description: One-story, side facing “T”  house. House was built in two separate sections and housed two families. Standing seam metal roof. Exposed, concrete block, end chimney; exposed, brick, end chimney. Partial return cornice. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. 1/1, vertical 2/2, 6/6 wood and 4/4 windows. Small, entrance porch within roof overhang with large chamfered post and cut-out vergeboard. Modern deck on front and on side. Small, one-story, hip roof, entrance porch on the side with large square posts and an “X” balustrade. One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch. Stone pier foundation. 4 X 3 bays.  Hall and Parlor house.  Log interior. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1995

description: One-story, shed roof, wood shed. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable barn with shed roof, enclosed wing on the side. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof, machine shed with attached, shed roof, chicken coop. Metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 5 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


D.

date: C. 1850

description: Two-story, side gable barn with forebay in the front. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Center portion of barn is log. 4 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1900

description: Two-story, end gable, cellar house with forebay. Metal roof. Rock-faced block on the second floor; concrete on the first floor. 6/6 wood windows. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

F.

date: C. 1998

description: Two-story, side gable, passive solar house. Asphalt shingle roof. Red brick façade. Concrete foundation.

1 building not eligible (NE)

G.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, side gable outbuilding with off-set wall gable. “V” seam metal roof. T-111 siding. Open, shed roof wing on the rear. Vertical 2/2 windows. Pier foundation. 5 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

H.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, side gable, machine shed/corn crib. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board and lattice siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

I.

date: C. 1910

description: Big, two-story, end gable barn with forebay. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. Attached on the rear is a tall, one-story, gable, modern metal building. 3 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0088. COUNTY ROUTE 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

Norman/Hogsette House & Farm

date: C. 1795/ca, 1890

description: Two-story “I” house. Rear ell portion of house is one-story with a loft and is of logs. Exposed, cut stone, end chimney on log portion; two, interior, corbelled brick chimneys on two-story portion. “V” seam metal roof with original lightning rods. Vinyl siding. Modern 1/1 windows; window on front porch has leaded glass transom. One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch with slender Tuscan posts and pilasters on a wood deck. Second floor of porch has a projecting, end gable bay with square posts on a wood deck. Flanking sides of rear log portion have both been enclosed. Stone and concrete block foundation. 3 X 4 bays.  “I” house.  Modified.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, shed roof barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 4 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 2000

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding/garage. Metal roof. Metal siding. Concrete foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0089. COUNTY ROUTE 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

Boggs House

date: C. 1850/C. 1890

description: Large, two-story, rear facing “L” with one-story rear portion. Interior, parged and brick chimneys: three all together. Metal roof. Partial return cornice. Clapboard siding. Vertical 2/2 and 6/6 wood windows. One-story, shed roof, three-quarter length, front porch with large, square posts on an enclosed, concrete block balustrade. On the second floor over the front porch is a end gable, projecting bay with square posts and a slatted balustrade. One-story, shed roof, rear porches flank the rear portion; one side is enclosed; the other is open and has square wood posts on a wood deck. Stone pier and parged foundation. 3 X 5 bays. “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, end gable garage. Metal roof. Asphalt shingle siding and other siding materials. Concrete block foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, shed roof, chicken coop. Roll roofing. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1900

description: Large, two-story, end gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


ME-0090. COUNTY ROUTE 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

Lephew/Lacey Hogsette House & Farm

date: 1908

description: Large, two-story, rear facing “L” house. Metal roof. Two, interior, corbelled brick chimneys. Intact lightning rods. Partial return cornice. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards with caps. Vertical 2/2 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, front porch in the corner of the ell with battered square posts on an enclosed concrete block balustrade. One-story, gable addition on the right. Attached to the gable addition is a one-story, hip roof, enclosed, wraparound porch. Enclosed, shed roof addition attaches house to additions. Concrete block foundation. 3 X 2 bays. Gabled-Ell House.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1910

description: One-story, shed roof outbuilding. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date: C. 1980

description: One-story, shed roof, wood shed. Metal roof. Board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof outhouse. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1910

description: One-story, side gable barn/machine shed with shed roof wing on the left. Originally a wagon shop. Log façade. Metal roof. Pier foundation. Attached corn crib. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1910

description: Large, two-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

F.

date: C. 1940

description: One-story, shed roof outhouse. Metal roof. Board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


ME-0091. COUNTY ROUTE 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

Charles Allen Roberts House

date: C. 1875

description: Small, two-story, rear facing “L” house with rear section one-story. Metal roof. Partial return cornice. Exposed, concrete block and brick, end chimney has been dismantled down to the roof line; rear portion has interior, concrete block chimney. Clapboard siding. Modern 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, full length, front porch with square posts on an enclosed concrete block balustrade. Rear section on one side has sliding glass doors, vertical 3/1 windows and asbestos shingle siding. One-story, shed roof, enclosed porch on rear section. Modern deck on side. Pier foundation. 3 X 7 bays. Hall and Parlor house.   Modified. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date: C. 1900

description: One-story, side gable, machine shed/corn crib. “V” seam metal roof. Board and batten siding. Wood pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date: C. 1920

description: Large, two-story, gambrel roof barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0092, 0093 and 0094.  NUMBERS SKIPPED.

 

ME-0095. HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

Harlan House

date:  C. 1890

description:  Two-story, side facing “T” house.  Wall gable on the side.  Standing seam metal roof.  Interior, brick chimney.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  Diamond-shaped window in the gable ends.  Modern 1/1 windows.  One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch with turned posts with spoked brackets and a spindled balustrade.  One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch. Modern deck on second floor of the rear.  Stone, concrete block and concrete foundation.  3 X 1 bays.  Queen Anne style. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, end gable garage.  “V” seam metal roof.  Exposed rafter tails.  Horizontal board siding.  Concrete foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1900

description:  Large, two-story, end gable barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on the left.  Loft forebay.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1900

description:  Large, two-story, end gable barn/outbuilding with enclosed, two-story, shed roof wing on the right.  Metal roof.  Horizontal and vertical board siding.  4/4 windows.  Stone pier foundation.  2 X 6 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, shed roof outhouse.  Metal roof. Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date:  C. 1880

description:  Narrow, two-story, end gable, cellar house with attached, One-story, shed roof wing.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Concrete block and parged foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

F.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One-story, end gable barn.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

G.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, shed roof outhouse.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0096.  HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

Dalton House

date:  C. 1900

description:  Two-story, side gable house with attached, one-story, side gable wing.  Exposed, stone chimney on wing; exposed, concrete block chimney on rear.  Rear porch on wing has been enclosed and added on to.  “V” seam metal roof.  Weatherboard siding.  Vertical 2/2 windows.  Long, one-story, three-quarter length, shed roof, front porch with square posts and slatted balustrade – non-original.  Pier and concrete block foundation.  5 X 2 bays.  “I” House.  Modified.  

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date:  C. 1930

description:  One-story, end gable barn with flanking, enclosed, shed roof wings.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


ME-0097.  HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

Vance House

date:  C. 1950

description:  One-story, cross gable house.  Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney; exposed, brick, end chimney; exposed, concrete block, end chimney.  Asphalt shingle roof.  Asbestos shingle and weatherboard siding.  Vertical 3/1 windows.  One-story, projecting, central, enclosed, entrance bay.  Concrete block foundation.  6 X 2 bays.  Ranch style. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0098.  HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

Shrader/Mustain House

date:  C. 1900

description:  Two-story, side gable house with one-story, rear wing.  “V” seam metal roof.  Exposed, stone, parged, end chimney; two, exposed, brick chimneys.  Asbestos shingle siding.  6/6 windows.  One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch within roof overhang with battered square posts on brick piers and an enclosed balustrade.  Rear porch of wing has been enclosed and added on to. Pier foundation.  3 X 8 bays.  Hall and Parlor house. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One-story, end gable, cellar house shed roof, corn crib attached on the right.  Roll roofing.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1930

description:  One-story, shed roof outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Board and batten siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1930

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Roll roofing.   Vertical board and tar paper siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One-story, shed roof, corn crib.  Corrugated metal roof.  Horizontal board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, end gable garage.  “V” seam metal roof.  T-111, vertical board  and metal siding.  Pier foundation. 1 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


F.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, shed roof, run-in.  Metal roof.  Board and batten siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

G.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, side gable, machine shed and corn crib.  Metal roof.  Vertical board, metal and lattice siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

H.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable barn with flanking, shed roof, enclosed wings.  Metal roof.  Log and board siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 3 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0099.  HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

Daugherty/McDowell House and Farm

date:  C. 1880

description:  Two-story, side gable house.  Projecting, end gable, central bay on the front: second floor is a dormer; first floor is the entrance bay.  “V” seam metal roof.  Large, exposed, stone, end chimney; interior, brick chimney on rear.  Clapboard and German siding.  Vertical 2/2 windows.  One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with turned posts.  Entrance door has paneled surround.  One-story, gable wing on the rear with partially open porch. One-story, gable addition attached to rear wing with open porch.  Stone and concrete foundation.  3 X 4 bays.  “I” House.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, shed roof barn.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1880

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on the right.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0100.  HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/6-1, residential

Elmore House

date:  C. 1925

description:  Two-story, side house with gable bays.  Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney; exposed, partially engaged, brick chimney on the side.  Wall gable.  Asphalt shingle roof.  Exposed rafter tails.  Gable ends have decorative vergeboard with dropped finials and wood shingles.  Cove siding with wide frieze and corner boards.  Vertical 3/1 windows.  Brick water table.  Front and side, end gable, projecting, entrance porches with large, square, brick columns on brick piers and an enclosed brick balustrade.  Brick foundation.  5 X 3 bays.  Bungalow style.  Board and brick fence outlines lot. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, shed roof barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on the front.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0101.  HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/6-1, church

Highland Park United Methodist Church

date:  C. 1880

description:   Tall, one-story, end gable church.  Projecting, end gable, entrance bay on the front with spire on the roof.  “V” seam metal roof. Vinyl siding.  Pointed Gothic 4/4 windows.  Gable canopy over entrance doors; roof is asphalt shingle.  One-story, projecting, three-sided bay on the rear supported by concrete piers.  End gable, projecting, entrance bay on the rear.  Parged concrete and concrete block foundation.  3 X 4 bays.  Gothic Revival style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  Mid 1800s to the present

description:  One acre cemetery associated with church.  Family names include Byrd, Hoke, Mustain, Daugherty, Reed, Bostic, Boggs, Furry, and Moss plus others.

1 site eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1990

description:  Small, one-story, shed roof, picnic pavilion.  Metal roof supported by 4X4 wood posts on a concrete deck. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0102.  COUNTY ROUTE 18, residential                      Wright/Tritt Log House

date:  C. 1850

description:  Two-story, side gable, log house.  Asphalt shingle roof.  Large, exposed, cut stone, end chimney.  Log façade with half-dovetail notching.  6/6 and vertical 2/2 windows; front has six pane windows with divided transom.  One-story, shed roof, rear, kitchen addition.  One-story, shed roof, wraparound porch: partially enclosed on the side with board and batten siding; open portion on the front has round wood posts and rail balustrade.  Stone pier and concrete block foundation.  4 X 2 bays.  Single Pen.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1988

description:  One-story, shed roof outbuilding.  Roll roofing.  Board and batten siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1988

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Board and batten siding.  Concrete block pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date:  C. 1988

description:  One-story, shed roof, wood shed.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Wood pier foundation.  3 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0103.  SECOND CREEK ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-1, residential

Trent House

date:  C. 1880

description:  Two-story, side gable house with central wall gable on the front.  Metal roof.  Interior, brick, end chimney; exposed, concrete block, end chimney.  Vinyl siding.  Vertical 2/2 windows with shutters.  One-story, modified hip roof, central, entrance porch with square brick columns and a lattice balustrade on a concrete deck – non-original.  One-story, shed roof, full length, enclosed, rear porch with attached modern deck.  Concrete block foundation.  3 X 2 bays.  Log structure judging by the upper story window depth.  Hall and Parlor house.  Modified. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, shed roof outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, side gable outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Horizontal board siding.  Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

C

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, shed roof outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, shed roof outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Horizontal board siding.  Concrete block foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


E.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, hip roof pavilion/gazebo.  Supported by large square posts.  Asphalt shingle roof.  Exposed rafter tails.  Concrete deck.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

F.

date:  C. 1985

description:   Swinging bridge across Second Creek that allows access to the house when the water is too high for a vehicle to pass through. 

1 structure not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0104.  US ROUTE 219, residential                               McDade/Dickson House

date:  C. 1869

description:  Large, two-story, rear facing “L” house.  Two, interior, brick chimneys.  Metal roof.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  Vertical 2/2 windows.  One-story, shed roof, central, entrance porch with square wood columns on a concrete deck – non-original.  Entrance door has divided transom and divided and paneled sidelights.  Two-story, open porch on the rear has been enclosed for both stories.  One-story, hip roof, one bay garage attached on the rear.  Stone foundation.  3 X 6 bays.  “I” house. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, shed roof, wood shed.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1869

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable outbuilding with enclosed, shed roof wing on the rear.  “V” seam metal roof.  Clapboard siding. 6/6 windows.  Stone foundation.  3 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0105.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, church

New Lebanon Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church

date:  c.1870

description:  Tall, one-story, end gable church.  Standing seam metal roof.  Exposed, brick chimney on the side.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  12/12 windows with shutters.  Simple, paneled, double entrance doors with divided transom.  One and one-half-story, gable, rear addition with metal roof, German siding and concrete foundation.  Stone foundation.  3 X 3 bays.  Greek Revival style. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


A.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, shed roof outhouse.  Metal roof.  Horizontal board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0106.  US ROUTE 219, school                                      Fairview School

date:  C. 1926

description:  One-story, side gable school.  “V” seam metal roof.  Two, interior, brick chimneys.  Large, central wall gable on the rear.  German siding with frieze and corner boards.  Central, double entrance doors with divided transom flanked by a ribbon of five windows; each window 9/9.  One-story, shed roof, rear addition of concrete block with exposed, concrete block chimney.  Parged foundation.  3 X 2 bays.  Side-Gable building.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0107.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Jenkins House

date:  C. 1930

description:  Two-story, side gable house with central, shed roof dormer on the front.  Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vinyl siding.  Modern 1/1 windows with shutters.  One-story, shed roof, central, entrance porch with square posts and lattice balustrade – non-original.  One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch.  Modern deck on rear.  Parged foundation.  3 X 2 bays.  Bungalow style.  Modified. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0108.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Williams House

date:  C. 1945

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable house with central, end gable dormer.  Central, interior, brick chimney.  Metal roof.  Stucco façade.  Metal casement windows.  One-story, shed roof, three-quarter length, front porch with square posts and asbestos shingle sided enclosed balustrade.  Parged foundation.  3 X 3 bays.  Bungalow style. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Combination of sidings.  Pier foundation.  2 X 3 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1945

description:  Large, two-story, gambrel roof barn with forebay.  Metal roof.  Concrete block façade and foundation.  Vertical board siding in gable ends.  3 X 3 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


C.

date:  C. 1945

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof with exposed rafter tails.  Horizontal board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1945

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Small, partially enclosed corn crib on the rear.  Metal roof with exposed rafter tails.  Horizontal board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0109.  MOORE ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, residential

Dr. Medows Log Camp

date:  C. 1850/C. 1990

description:  Two-story, side gable log house: left side of house is modern log façade; right side of house has original first floor log façade and second floor of board and batten siding.  Two-story, shed roof, modern log addition on rear with concrete foundation.  Metal roof.  Modern 6/6 and 1/1 windows.  One-story, shed roof, front porch on left side with large, square columns and “X” balustrade.  Stone foundation.  4 X 2 bays.  Double-Pen.  Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Board and batten siding.  Stone pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Clapboard siding.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable barn with shed roof, partially enclosed, shed roof wing on the right.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)


E.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, shed roof, chicken coop.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

MOORE ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, residential

McNeil Farm/Moore Home place/Stagecoach House/Hamilton House

date:  C. 1850

description:  Large, two-story, hip roof house with one-story, gable wing on the rear.  Central, interior, brick chimney; exposed, brick chimney on rear wing.  Metal roof.  Roof eave brackets.  There appears to originally been a cornice below the brackets but it has deteriorated away.  Red brick façade.  6/6 windows.  One-story, hip roof, full length, front porch has partially collapsed; house originally had a two-story porch as evidenced by the second floor door.  Entrance door has decorative divided transom and divided and paneled sidelights.  Brick foundation.  3 X 5 bays.  Double-Pile house with Greek Revival style architectural elements. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One-story, end gable barn.  Modern metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on the right.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  2 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, end gable barn.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date:  C. 1850

description:  One-story, end gable, log barn.  Metal roof.  Stone pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


F.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, shed roof outhouse.  Roll roofing.  Horizontal board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0111. MOORE ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, residential

Hunter House and Farm/Limeglo Farm

date:  C. 1894

description:  Two-story, rear facing “L” house.  Standing seam metal roof.  Interior, corbelled brick chimney; exposed, cut stone, end chimney.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  Vertical 2/2 windows.  Two-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with two-story tall square columns on a concrete deck – non-original.  Entrance door has glazed sidelights.  Rear, shed roof porch has been partially enclosed and added on to.  One-story, shed roof addition on rear with metal board and batten siding.  Stone foundation.  3 X 7 bays.  “I” house. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1894

description:  Two-story, end gable, cellar house with two bay, partially enclosed bay on the rear.  Corrugated metal roof.  Board and batten and vertical board siding on second floor; cut stone on first floor.  Stone foundation.  1 X 3 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One-story, end gable barn with shed roof, enclosed wing on the left.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1894

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding with partially open wing on the left.  “V” seam metal roof.  Board and batten and vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1940

description:  Large, two and one-half-story, side gable barn.  “V” seam metal roof.  Board and batten and vertical board siding.  Attached gable wing on the right with reinforced concrete block foundation.  Shed roof wing on the rear.  Pier foundation.  4 X 3 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


ME-0112.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Beamer House & Farm

date:  C. 1890

description:  Two-story, rear facing “L” house.  Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney on front; same on the rear; exposed, end, corbelled brick chimney.  It appears that the exposed end chimney replaced the original exposed stone chimney.  Metal roof.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  Vertical 2/2 windows.  Two entrance doors; one has a divided transom and divided and paneled sidelights.  Two-story, shed roof, full length, front porch is partially deteriorated:  the second floor has turned posts and spindled balustrade; the first floor has round trees supporting it.  One-story, shed roof, partially enclosed, rear porch.  Stone foundation.  5 X 3 bays. “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1890

description:  One-story, end gable barn.  Metal roof.  Board and batten and vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1890

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable barn/machine shed.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  2 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1890

description:  One-story, end gable, cellar house with forebay.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0113.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Allen Farm and Pasture

date:  C. 1880

description:  Two-story, side gable house with one-story, gable wing on the rear.  Metal roof.  Exposed, brick, end chimney; interior, parged chimney on rear.  Partial return cornice.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  6/6 windows.  One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch with slightly battered paneled posts.  One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porches flank rear wing: one is fully enclosed and the other is partially enclosed.  Stone foundation.  3 X 4 bays.  “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1880

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Horizontal board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)
B.

date:  C. 1880

description:  One-story, shed roof, chicken coop/shed.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, end gable garage.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0114.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Dunbar House

date:  C. 1940

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable house.  Exposed, rock faced block, end chimney; interior, corbelled brick chimney.  Asphalt shingle roof.  Rock faced block façade.  Modern 1/1 windows.  Small, gable canopy on the side entrance with wrought iron posts and railing.  Small, one-story, shed roof, rear wing with 3/1 windows.  Concrete block foundation.  3 X 3 bays.  Cape Cod style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1940

description:  Two-story, end gable barn with enclosed, shed roof wing on the right of concrete block.  “V” seam metal roof.  Horizontal board siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, shed roof outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Combination of siding materials.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0115.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Sharp House

date:  C. 1910

description:  One and one-half-story, hip roof house with gable bays.  Metal shingle roof.  Front wall gable and hip dormers.  Vinyl siding covers the original clapboard siding.  It appears that some of the windows have been covered by the vinyl siding.  Modern 1/1 windows.  Square tower.  One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch that is curved (wall of the house is also curved) with large slightly battered square columns and lattice balustrade.  One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch.  Parged stone foundation.  1 X 3 bays.  Queen Anne Cottage style.  Modified.

1 building not eligible (NE)


A.

date:  C. 1910

description:  Two-story, end gable barn with shed roof, enclosed wing on the left and small, enclosed, shed roof wing on the right.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  5 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One-story, shed roof garage/outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  Open, shed roof wing on the rear.  2 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0116.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Harris House

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, front facing “L” house.  Interior, corbelled brick chimney; interior, brick chimney on the rear.  Metal roof.  Partial return cornice.  Asbestos shingle and vinyl siding with frieze and corner boards.  Vertical 3/1 windows; picture window on front porch.  One-story, shed roof, front porch in corner of ell with wrought iron posts.  Concrete block foundation.  3 X 2 bays.  Gabled-Ell Cottage house.  Modified. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

A.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Board and batten siding.  Block pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1985

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Vertical board and metal siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date:  C. 1900

description:  One-story, side gable, log barn.  Metal roof.  One-story, shed roof, partially enclosed wing on the left.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date:  C. 1990

description:  Modular house.  One-story, side gable house.  Central, interior, brick chimney.  Metal roof.  Metal siding.  One-story, shed roof, front porch.  Block pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)


ME-0117.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, cemetery

African-American Cemetery/Mt. Zion Cemetery

date:  late 1800s to the present

description:  Cemetery encompasses about ½ acre.  Family names include Dunsmore, Bevely, Johnson, Hunter, Douglas, Patterson, Haynes, Nickell, Peck, Davis, Reynolds, Erskine, Carr, Spotts, Baker, Gray and others.  There are about fifty graves/markers.  There are a disproportional number of WWII veterans buried in this cemetery.  

1 site eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0118.  NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Weikel Farm and Pasture/Dunsmore Farm

date:  C. 1880

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable house.  Central, interior, brick chimney.  “V” seam metal roof.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  6/6 windows.  One-story, shed roof, enclosed, rear porch.  One-story, projecting, end gable, entrance portico with vergeboard, square posts and pilasters.  Stone foundation.  3 X 3 bays.  Hall and Parlor House. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1880

description:  One-story, end gable, cellar house with forebay and shed roof, enclosed wing on the left.  Metal roof.  Forebay is vertical board siding and the remainder of the façade is cut stone.  Cut stone foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, end gable barn/machine shed with partially enclosed, shed roof wing on the left.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, side gable barn.  Metal roof.  Metal board and batten and vertical board siding.  Concrete block foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, shed roof, machine shed.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

E.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, shed roof barn/machine shed.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone pier and concrete block foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

F.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, shed roof, hay storage building.  Metal roof.  Metal siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 10 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

G.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, shed roof, machine shed.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 5 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

H.

date:  C. 1990

description:  Large, one-story, end gable barn.  Metal roof.  Metal siding.  Concrete block foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0119.  US ROUTE 219, cemetery                                 Lebanon Cemetery

date:  Mid 1800s to the present

description:  The cemetery is approximately five acres and contains several hundred graves and markers.  Family names include Nickell, McGraw, McKell, Hogsette, Gilchrist, Tomlinson, Burdette, Parker, Boothe, Hogshead, Beamer, Curry, Dickson and others. 

1 site eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0120. NEFF ORCHARD ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-3, residential

Bailey/Patton House

date:  C. 1910

description:  Two-story, front facing “T” house.  Standing seam metal roof.  Vergeboard and brackets in gable ends.  Partial return cornice.  Two-story, three-sided, projecting bay on the right side.  Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney; exposed, brick chimney on the side; interior, brick chimney on rear wing.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  Modern 1/1 windows.  One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch with gable pediment entrance bay.  Porch has square flattened posts with “X” cut-outs and paneling below; posts have caps and plinths.  One-story, enclosed, gable wing on rear with one-story, enclosed, shed roof wing attached to it.  Pier foundation on porch; concrete foundation on rearmost wing; stone foundation elsewhere.  3 X 6 bays.  Queen Anne style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1910

description:  One-story, shed roof, chicken coop.  Metal roof. Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


B.

date:  C. 1910

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable barn.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  4 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, shed roof, wood shed.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Board and batten siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable barn with one-story, shed roof wing on the left.    Corrugated and “V” metal roof.  Asphalt shingle, vertical board and horizontal board siding.  Pier foundation.  4 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

F.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Asphalt shingle siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

G.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, shed roof, machine shed.  Metal roof.  Metal siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

H.

date:  C. 1920

description:  One-story, end gable garage.  Metal roof.  Asphalt shingle and vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

I.

date:  C. 1910

description:  Large, two-story, side gable barn.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone pier foundation.  5 X 3 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


ME-0121.  MOORE ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 219-2, residential

Burwell House and Farm

date:  C. 1840

description:  Large, two-story, hip roof, rear facing “L” house.  Standing seam metal roof.  Central, interior, corbelled brick chimney; exposed, stone chimney on rear; exposed, stone and brick chimney on side.  Small, gable dormer on rear.  Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards.  6/6 windows with shutters.  One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch with square columns with caps and plinths; porch partially enclosed on the side.  One-story, shed roof, partially enclosed porch on the side with square posts on a wood deck.  One-story, shed roof, rear wing of concrete block with metal casement windows.  Stone pier and stone foundation.  4 X 5 bays.  Original portion of house has log interior.  “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1940

description:  Two-story, gambrel roof barn.  “V” seam metal roof.  Concrete block and vertical board siding.  Concrete block foundation.  3 X 4 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 4 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, shed roof, machine shed.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  5 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1940

description:  Three-story, gambrel roof barn with forebay and attached, concrete silo.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, shed roof run-in.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Concrete block and wood pier foundation.  3 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

ME-0122.  CHILDER’S ROAD/COUNTY ROUTE 4, residential

Gazzard/Pope House

date:  C. 1880

description: Two-story, side gable house with two wall gables symmetrically placed on the front and a one-story, gable wing on the rear.  Wall gables and gable ends have decorative vergeboard with dropped finials.  Central, interior, stone chimney; exposed, concrete block chimney on rear wing.  “V” seam metal roof.  One-story, three-sided, projecting bay on the side with the second floor overhanging the first.  Clapboard siding with corner and frieze boards.  Vertical 2/2, 1/1 and 6/6 windows.  Two-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with slightly chamfered posts with brackets: second floor has vergework and a cut-out balustrade.  Exterior stair on one end of the front porch with a spindled balustrade.  One-story, shed roof, partially enclosed, rear porch in corner of ell; open portion is screened and has an enclosed balustrade.  6 X 4 bays.  Stone foundation.  Possible log interior.  Folk Victorian style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, shed roof outbuilding/wood shed.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1880

description:  Two-story, end gable barn with one-story, enclosed, shed roof wings on the left.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Interesting decorative eave ventilators.  Pier foundation.  5 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One-story, end gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Stone and concrete block pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date:  C. 1880

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable, cellar house.  Roll roofing.  Clapboard siding.  Parged foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

ME-0123.  CARPENTER RUN ROAD, residential          

VanMeter/Hoke House

date:  C. 1885

description:  Two-story, rear facing “L” house.  Interior, end, corbelled brick chimney; exposed, concrete block chimney on end; exposed, concrete block chimney on rear wing.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Vertical 2/2 and 6/6 windows.  Two-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with modern square posts and rail balustrade.  One-story, shed roof, rear porch with modern square posts and rail balustrade.  Concrete block and stone pier foundation.  3 X 3 bays.  “I” house. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


A.

date:  C. 1950

description:  Below grade, flat roof, spring house.  Concrete box with vertical board door.  Stacked stone on the sides. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, shed roof, wood shed.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date:  C. 1975

description:  One-story, shed roof outhouse.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

D.

date:  C. 1980

description:  One-story, side gable, machine shed/corn crib.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board and lattice siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

E.

date:  C. 1975

description:  One-story, shed roof outhouse.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 1 bays. 

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

GREENBRIER COUNTY SITES

 

GB-0057. US ROUTE 219, residence                                             

Budihardjo/Bruce House

date: C. 1880

description: Large, two-story, rear facing “L” with wall gable on front. Standing seam metal roof. Partial return cornice. Interior, corbelled brick chimney. Decorative vergeboard in front gable end. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. 9/6 and 9/9 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, wraparound, curved porch with Tuscan columns and spindled balustrade. Entrance door has divided transom and divided sidelights. Two-story, rear porch: first floor enclosed; second floor has square posts and slatted balustrade. Attached to the rear is a shed roof, car port/open porch with large, square columns. Stone pier foundation; Pier foundation on porch. 3 X 2 bays. “I” house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1990

description: Small, one-story, shed roof, wood shed. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

GB-0058. COUNTY ROUTE 62-4/Rodgers Mill Road, residential

Friedman House & Farm/Nether Mills Farm/Senator Boone/Patton House & Farm

date: C. 1846

description: Large, two-story, hip roof house with three-story, projecting, central tower/dormer/bay. Round louver in gable end. Gable dormers on the side. Metal shingle & “V” seam metal roof. Interior, corbelled brick chimney. Partial return cornice. Clapboard siding. Vertical 2/2 and 4/4 wood windows. Simple shed roof canopy supported by knee braces over entrance. Entrance doors – one on the first floor and one on the second floor – have divided transoms and sidelights. One-story, gable addition on rear with gable dormers, 4/4 and 6/6 windows, interior corbelled brick and exposed stone end chimney. Entrance porch on the rear enclosed with clapboard siding and screening. Patio on rear with pergola. Stone and parged concrete foundation. 3 X 6 bays. Double-Pile house.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

A.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, hip roof, well house. Metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

B.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, side gable outbuilding. Metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

C.

date: C. 1846

description: Apple storage shed.  Walls are 3’-0” thick and have sawdust for insulation.  Two-story, end gable building with central roof monitor/bell tower. Metal roof. Clapboard siding. Entrance door on the front with shed roof canopy supported by square posts. Stone foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

D.

date: C. 1895

description: One-story, side gable, cellar house with central roof monitor. Standing seam metal roof. Clapboard siding. 6/6 wood windows. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

E.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, side gable, machine shed/corn crib. Metal roof. Board and batten and lattice siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 2 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)


F.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, shed roof outhouse. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

G.

date: C. 1930

description: One and one-half-story, end gable barn with an enclosed, wraparound wing on the front and the side. Metal roof. Board and batten siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 2 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

H.

date: C. 1950

description: One-story, side gable, well house. Metal roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

I.

date: C. 1895

description: Tall, two-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

J.

date: C. 1895

description: Two-story, end gable barn with silo. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 2 bays.

1 individual building eligible to the National Register of Historic Places (CE)

 

GB-0059. COUNTY ROUTE 62-4/Rodgers Mill Road, residential

Albert Tieche House

date: 1897

description: A simpler form of the previous house; similar architectural details and techniques. Large, two-story, rear facing “L” house. Central, three-story, three-sided, projecting bay on the front. Bay on porch forms three-sided, entrance bay. Flat-head louver and six pane window in gable end. Two, interior, corbelled brick chimneys. Metal roof with snow birds. Clapboard and vinyl siding with frieze and corner boards. Modern 1/1 windows. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, front porch with turned posts with brackets and spindled balustrade. Stone foundation with grapevine joints; porch has concrete block foundation. 3 X 4 bays. “I” House.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, side gable, machine shed. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. Attached is a side gable addition and a shed roof addition. 6 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


B.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, end gable, machine shed/corn crib. Metal roof. Vertical board and lattice siding. Wood pier and concrete block pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date: C. 1930

description: Large, two-story, end gable, banked barn with roof monitors. Metal roof. Vertical board siding on the second floor; concrete block first floor and foundation. 1 X 4 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

D.

date: C. 1930

description: Two-story, gambrel roof, cellar house with forebay. Metal roof. Metal siding on second floor; concrete block first floor and foundation.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

E.

date: C. 1930

description: Two-story, side gable barn with one-story, side gable wing on the right. Metal roof. Board and batten and vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 6 X 2 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

F.

date: C. 1930

description: One-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical and horizontal board siding. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

GB-0060. COUNTY ROUTE 62, residence                        

Byrd/Rodgers Mill House

date:  C. 1800

description:  One-story, side gable, log house attached to two-story, rear facing “L” house.  Metal roof.  Two, exposed, stone, end chimneys.  Log façade and clapboard siding.  6/6 windows.  Log house has full length, shed roof porch.  Two-story house has one-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with chamfered posts.  Rear section of two-story house appears to be a later addition.  Stone foundation.  4 X 2 bays.  “I” house. Original mill house. Creek ford associated with this house.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1900

description:  Two-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


B.

date:  C. 1900

description: Two-story, gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

GB-0061.  HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

VanStavern House

date:  C. 1925

description:   Two-story, side gable house with central, shed roof dormer. Dormer has exposed rafter tails; clapboard siding; and a pair of 3/1 windows. “V” seam metal roof. Central, interior, brick chimney. Clapboard siding. 3/1 windows; many are paired. One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch within roof overhang with square posts on brick piers and an enclosed balustrade. Small canopy on side for side entrance. Concrete foundation. 3 X 3 bays. Bungalow style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1925

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable garage/barn with shed roof wing on the front that is partially enclosed. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X 1 bays.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

B.

date:  C. 1990

description:  Small, one-story, shed roof, chicken coop.  Metal roof. T-111 siding. 6/6 windows. Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

 

GB-0062. HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

Vance House

date:  C. 1925

description:  Two-story, side gable house with large, central, end gable dormer on the front. Dormer has knee braces, exposed rafter tails and a pair of 3/1 windows. Large, shed roof dormer on the rear. Central, corbelled brick chimney.  Asphalt shingle roof. Clapboard siding.  3/1 windows; many are paired. One-story, shed roof, full length, front porch within the roof overhang with battered square posts on brick piers and an enclosed balustrade. One-story, gabled wing on the left with an interior, corbelled brick chimney. Concrete foundation; porch has pier foundation.  2 X 3 bays.  Bungalow style.

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One-story, side gable outbuilding.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding. Concrete foundation.  2 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)


B.

date:  C. 1990

description:  Two-story, end gable barn. Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 2 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

C.

date:  C. 1925

description:  One-story, end gable barn/outbuilding with enclosed, shed roof wing on the right.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

 

GB-0063. HIGHLAND PARK ROAD/219-9/JACKSON HILL ROAD, residential

Murphy House and Farm

date:  C. 1880

description:  Two-story, side gable house with central wall gable on the front.  One-story, gable wing on the rear with attached modern deck.  Shed roof dormer on the rear. Metal roof.  Interior, brick chimney; exterior, brick chimney.  Vinyl siding.  9/6 and 6/6 windows.  One-story, modified hip roof, entrance porch with chamfered posts and cut-out balustrade.  Central entrance door with divided transom and divided and paneled sidelights.  One-story, shed roof, rear porch is partially enclosed and has chamfered posts.  Stone foundation.  5 X 5 bays.  Hall and Parlor house.  

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

A.

date:  C. 1990

description:  One and one-half-story, side gable garage/barn.  “V” seam metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  2 X 1 bays.

1 building not eligible (NE)

B.

date:  C. 1940

description:  Two-story, side gable barn.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  3 X 1 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)

C.

date:  C. 1940

description:  One and one-half-story, end gable barn.  Metal roof.  Vertical board siding.  Pier foundation.  1 X 3 bays. 

1 building eligible to a potential historic district (CHD)


SITES ALREADY LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER

 

NR-1. COUNTY ROUTE 5-1/McClung Road, residence                                      

Nickell Homestead and Mill/Mont Glenn Farm (12/15/98)

date:  C. 1820/1858/C. 1900

description: Two-story, rear facing “L” house built at three different time periods.  The original brick section was three bays wide, C. 1820; the 1858 section is frame in the front and three bays wide and brick in the rear and attaches to the original C. 1820 kitchen wing.  The rear ell is C. 1900 and has clapboard siding.  Metal roof. Exposed, brick, end chimneys on original bay; interior, brick chimney on rear addition. The original portion has 6/9 wood windows; vertical 2/2 windows on 1858 addition; 1/1 windows on rear addition. Front and rear entrance doors on original bay of house have deeply paneled reveals. One-story, modified hip roof, three-quarter length, front porch with chamfered posts and enclosed balustrade on a stone pier foundation. Rear addition has a one-story, modified hip roof, wraparound porch with Tuscan posts on a concrete deck. Stone foundation.  5 X 10 bays. Federal and Colonial Revival style.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

A.

date: C. 1940

description: Two-story, side gable barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

B.

date:  C. 1940

description: Three-story, gambrel roof barn. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

C.

date: 1814

description: Nickell Mill. Two-story tall, mill  building with third floor in the center section. Metal gable roof. Horizontal wood siding. Windows original 6/6 wood windows; some are boarded up and some have the glazing missing. Stone foundation. Post and beam construction with pegging.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

D.

date: C. 1900

description: Hog shed. One-story, gable roof, hog shed. Metal roof. Wood siding. Pier foundation.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

E.

date: C. 1920

description: One-story, end gable garage. Metal roof. Clapboard siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

 

NR-2. COUNTY ROUTE 5-3, bridge                                               Hokes Mill Covered Bridge (06/04/81)

date: C. 1899

description: Modified Long truss covered bridge over Second Creek. 80’ long by 12’ wide. Standing seam metal roof.  Board and batten siding. Stone foundation piers.

1 structure individually listed on the National Register (NR)

 

NR-3. US ROUTE 219, residence                                                    Spring Valley Farm (12/30/74; boundary increase 07/16/92)

date: C. 1790/1837

description: Large, long, two-story, rear facing “L” house with three, side gable wings to the east. Main block has exposed, brick, end chimneys. First east wing (this may have been the original log house) has a exposed, brick, end chimney. Standing seam metal roof. Clapboard siding with frieze and corner boards. 9/6 windows. Main block has large, two-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with Tuscan columns on both floors: second floor has a modified Roman grille balustrade; first floor has slatted balustrade. Dentiled frieze above porch. First east wing (log portion) has a one-story, shed roof, full length, front porch with Tuscan columns and slatted balustrade. Main block entrance doors have divided transoms and divided sidelights. On the rear is a two-story, modified hip roof enclosed porch. Stone foundation. 10 X 3 bays.  Single Pen House/Federal style. 

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

A.

date:  C. 1840

description: Two-story, end gable, cellar house. “V” seam metal roof. Clapboard siding. Stone foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

B.

date:  C. 1840

description: One-story, end gable smoke house. Metal roof. Clapboard siding. Stone foundation. 1X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

C.

date:  1989

description: One-story, end gable garage with cupola. Interior, corbelled brick chimney. Clapboard siding. 6/6 windows. Brick foundation. Two garage bays. 2 X 3 bays.

1 non-contributing building (NC)

D.

date:  C. 1870

description: One-story, end gable granary with forebay. “V” seam metal roof. Vertical board siding. Concrete block pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)


E.

date:  C. 1780

description: One-story, side gable stable. Metal roof. Log façade. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

F.

date: C. 1905

description: Large, two-story, end gable cattle barn with one-story, enclosed, shed roof wing on the side. Central roof monitor. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 3 X  5 bays. 

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

G.

date: C. 1905

description: Two-story, end gable horse barn with shed roof wing on front and rear. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. 6/9 windows. Pier foundation. 3 X 6 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

H.

date: 1930

description: One-story, side gable outbuilding. Metal roof. Horizontal board siding. Vertical 3/1 windows. Pier foundation. 2 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

I.

date: 1915

description: One-story, shed roof, machine shed. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

J.

date: 1955

description: One-story, side gable barn/machine shed with shed roof, enclosed wing on the side. Metal roof. Vertical board siding. Pier foundation. 5 X 2 bays.

1 non-contributing building (NC)

K.

date: C. 1800

description: One-story, end gable outbuilding. Metal roof. Log façade with board and batten in the gable end. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

L.

date: 1948

description: One-story, side gable, milking parlor. Metal roof. Concrete block façade and foundation. Exposed, concrete block chimney. 5 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)


NR-4. COUNTY ROUTE 219-1/Second Creek Road                     Reeds Mill

date: C. 1792

description: Three-story, end gable, mill building. Front three bays and rear one bay are later additions to the original building. Metal roof. Clapboard and metal siding with corner boards. 6/6 wood and vertical 3/1 windows. Shed roof canopy over entrance. Stone and concrete block foundation. 4 X 7 bays. Grist mill.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

A.

date:

description: One-story, shed roof, corn crib. Metal roof. Slatted wood siding. Pier foundation. 1 X 1 bays.

1 building individually listed on the National Register (NR)

 

CULTURAL/NATURAL RESOURCE SITES

 

CR1.  PATTON VICINITY                                                  BIG SPRING

Big Spring site on Second Creek in the Patton vicinity.  This was once the site of Hamilton’s Mill, no longer extant.

 

CR2. JUNCTION OF SECOND CREEK ROAD & RAYBURN DRAFT ROAD

BLUE HOLE

This is a traditional deep swimming hole on Second Creek.

 

CR3. FALLS OF SECOND CREEK

The falls of Second Creek are located between the community of Second Creek and Hollywood.

 

CR4.  ALUM ROCK FORMATION

This rock formation is located off of Highland Park Road overlooking Second Creek.

 

CR5. FANSLER SPRINGS

Spring or run that begins in the Highland Park Road area and runs to Second Creek. 

 

TRADITIONAL CULTURAL PROPERTIES

 

TCP-1. HAMILTON’S MILL SITE.  Patton vicinity; close to Big Spring.

 

TCP-2. BREWS MILL SITE.  Carpenter’s Creek vicinity; close to the VanMeter/Hoke House.

 

TCP-3. HOLESAPPLE MILL SITE.  Hollywood vicinity.

 

TCP-4. VANSTAVERN WOOLEN MILL.  Hollywood vicinity. 

 


PHOTOGRAPH LOG

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05   

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  1

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

2 & 3               ME-0043.        CR 62-4          Bridge                                     NE

 

4                      ME-0044         CR 219-2        Camp                                      SE

 

5                      ME-0045.        CR 219-2        Copenhaver House                   E

 

6-8                   ME-0046.        CR 219-2        Isaac/Rodgers Mill House      E

 

9-13                 ME-0047.        CR 219-2        Rodgers  Mill                           W

 

14                    GB-0060.        CR 62              Byrd House                              W

 

15-19               NR-1               CR 5-1                        Nickell House & Mill                NW, NE & S

 

ME-0048.                               SKIPPED NUMBER.

 

20-22               ME-0049.        CR 3-7                        Mt. Zion Church                       SE

 

23-27               ME-0050.        CR 3-7                        Morgan/Neff Orchard               NW

 

28-31               ME-0051.        CR 3-7                        Cromwell/Miller House SE & W

 

34 & 35           NR-2               CR 5-3                        Hoke’s Mill Bridge                   NE

 

36                    ME-0052.        CR 5-3                        Brand House                            W

 


Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  2

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

1-9                   ME-0052         CR 5-3                        Brand House                            N, E, W, S

 

10-12               ME-0053.        CR 5-3                        Canterbury House                    S & E  

 

14 & 15           GB-0057.        US R 219         Bruce House                            SE & NW

 

16-22               NR-3               US R 219         Spring Valley Farm                   NE, S & E

 

23                    ME-0054.        CR 219-1        Dickson Tenant House  SE

 

24 & 25           ME-0055.        CR 219-1        Dickson Tenant House  E

 

30-33               ME-0056.        CR 219-1        Hoaglin/Reed House                 E

 

34 & 35           NR-4               CR 219-1        Reeds Mill                                NW & W

 

36 & 36A        ME-0057.        CR 219-1        Reeds Mill House                     E

 

26-29               ME-0076.        CR 219-1        Dooley/Hoke House                 E & NE

 

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  3

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

3                      ME-0057.        CR 219-1        Reeds Mill House                     E

 

5                      ME-0058.        CR 219-1        Second Creek Store                 E

 

4                      ME-0059.        CR 219-1        Holesapple House                    E

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  3

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

6                      ME-0060.        CR 219-1        Patton House                            E

 

7                      ME-0061.        CR 219-1        Second Creek PH Church        SW

 

8-10                 ME-0062.        CR 219-1        Boggs House                            SE

 

11                    ME-0063.        CR 219-1        Trent House                             NE

 

12-15               ME-0064.        CR 219-1        Elmore House                           W

 

16-20               ME-0065.        CR 219-1        Hyner Log House                     W

 

21 & 22           ME-0066.        CR 219-1        Boggs House                            E

 

23 & 24           ME-0067.        CR 219-1        White House                            W

 

25-27               ME-0068.        CR 16              Bostic House                            SW

 

28 & 29           ME-0069.        CR 16              Bostic House                            NE

 

30-32               ME-0070.        CR 16              Carlisle Cemetery                     NE

 

33 & 34           ME-0071.        CR 16              Bostic House                            SE

 

35-36A            ME-0072.        CR 16              Bruffy Memorial UM Church NE


Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  4

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                               VIEW

 

1                      ME-0072.        CR 16              Bruffy Memorial UM Church NE

 

2 & 3               ME-0073.        CR 18              Hollywood Cemetery                N & NE

 

4 & 5               ME-0074.        CR 18              Helvey/Reed House                  N & NE

 

6                      ME-0075.        CR 18              Bostic House                            E & NE

 

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  5

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

1 & 31             GB-0057         US R 219         Bruce House                            NE & SE

 

2                      ME-0057.        CR 219-1        Reeds Mill House                     E & N

 

3 & 4                                       CR 219-1        Rayburn Draft Rd.                    S

 

5                      ME-0078.        CR 18              Martin House                           W & S

 

6                      ME-0079.        CR 4                Chapman/Van Stavern House   E

 

7                      ME-0080.        CR 4                Hollywood PO             E

 

8-10                 ME-0081.        CR 4                Glover/VanStavern House        N & W

 

11-13               ME-0082.        CR 4                Ostrander/VanStavern House   N & NW

 

14-16               ME-0083.        CR 4                Lucas/VanStavern House          W & N

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  5

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

17                    ME-0084.        CR 4                Scott House                             N

 

18-20               ME-0085.        CR 16              Lucas/Ridgeway House            N & S

 

21                    ME-0086         CR 11-2          Shaver/King House                   S

 

22-25               ME-0087.        CR 219-4        Murtaugh/Hogsette House        SW & N

 

26 & 27           ME-0088.        CR 219-4        Norman/Hogsette House          W & N

 

28-30               ME-0089.        CR 219-4        Boggs House                            W & N

 

32-36A            ME-0090.        CR 219-4        Lephew/Hogsette House           W & N

 

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  6

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

1 & 2               ME-0091.        CR 219-4        Roberts House                         NW

 

3-7                   GB-0058.        CR 62-4          Friedman House                       W & SW & N

 

8-11                 GB-0059.        CR 62-4          Tieche House                           E & N

 


Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  7

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

1-10                 GB-0058.        CR 62-4          Friedman House                       W & SW & N

 

 

ME-0092, 0093 and 0094.  NUMBERS SKIPPED.

 

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  8

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

2                      GB-0061.        CR 219-9        VanStavern House                    N & NE

 

3 & 6               GB-0062.        CR 219-9        Vance House                            N & NE

 

4, 5 & 7           GB-0063.        CR 219-9        Murphy House             S & SE

 

8-10                 ME-0095.        CR 219-9        Harlan House                           S, E & W

 

11                    ME-0096.        CR 219-9        Dalton House                           NW & E

 

12 & 13           ME-0097.        CR 219-9        Vance House                            N

 

14-16               ME-0098.        CR 219-9        Shrader/Mustain House            NE & NW

 

17 & 18           ME-0099.        CR 219-9        Daugherty/McDowell House     NW & NE

 


Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  8

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

19-21               ME-0100.        CR 6-1                        Elmore House                           E, N & S

 

22-26               ME-0101.        CR 6-1                        Highland Park UM Church       W

 

27-30               ME-0102.        CR 18              Wright/Tritt Log House SW & SE

 

31-36A            ME-0103.        CR 219-1        Trent House                             W, N & E

 

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  9

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

1-4                   ME-0104.        US R 219         McDade/Dickson House          W, N & S

 

5 & 6               ME-0105.        CR 219-3        New Lebanon Church              NW

 

7                      ME-0106.        US R 219         Fairview School                        SE

 

8                      ME-0107.        CR 219-3        Jenkins House                          NE

 

9 & 10             ME-0108.        CR 219-3        Williams House             NE

 

11 & 12           ME-0109.        CR 219-2        Medows Log Camp     NW, SW &  SE   

 

13-15               ME-0110.        CR 219-2        McNeil/Moore House              NW & E

 

16-19               ME-0111.        CR 219-2        Hunter House                           N & W

 

20 & 21           ME-0112.        CR 219-3        Beamer House                          W & S

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  9

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

22 & 23           ME-0113.        CR 219-3        Allen House                              NW & W

 

24                    ME-0114.        CR 219-3        Dunbar House                          NE

 

25 & 26           ME-0115.        CR 219-3        Sharp House                            E & N

 

27                    ME-0116.        CR 219-3        Harris House                            NW

 

28-30               ME-0117.        CR 219-3        Mt. Zion Cemetery                   N, E & W

 

31-34               ME-0118.        CR 219-3        Weikel/Dunsmore House          SE & SW

 

35-36A            ME-0119.        US R 219         Lebanon Cemetery                   SE & NW

 

 

Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  10

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW     

 

1-7                   ME-0119         US R 219         Lebanon Cemetery                   SE & NW


Survey Name:  Historic Resource Survey of Second Creek    

County:  Monroe and Greenbrier Counties

Photographer:  Jean Boger and Moriah Gioulis Scherr

Date of Survey:  10/04-03/05  

Film:  TMAX Speed:  100

Roll Number:  11

 

NEG #             SHPO #           ADDRESS     NAME                                VIEW

 

1-5                   ME-0120.        CR 219-3        Bailey/Patton House                 NW, E & W

 

6-9                   ME-0121.        CR 219-2        Burwell House              NW & SE

 

10-12               ME-0122.        CR 4                Gazzard/Pope House                NW & SW

 

13-18               ME-0123.        Carpenter Run  VanMeter/Hoke House            W, N, S & E   

         


 

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SITE #            QUADRANGLE        ZONE             EASTING                   NORTHING

 

ME-0043.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545429                        4171790

 

ME-0044.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545410                        4171744

 

ME-0045.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545227                        4171624

 

ME-0046.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545205                        4171536

 

ME-0047.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545148                        4171497

 

ME-0048.       SKIPPED NUMBER.

 

ME-0049.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    543586                        4170248

 

ME-0050.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    543186                        4170395

 

ME-0051.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    542416                        4170467

 

ME-0052.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    541919                        4170269

 

ME-0053.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    541963                        4170545

 

ME-0054.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548071                        4170502

 

ME-0055.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548084                        4170353

 

ME-0056.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548031                        4169090

 

ME-0057.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548060                        4168722

 

ME-0058.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548087                        4168638

 

ME-0059.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548110                        4168604

 

ME-0060.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548253                        4168333

 


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SITE #            QUADRANGLE        ZONE             EASTING                   NORTHING

 

ME-0061.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548196                        4168218

 

ME-0062.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548216                        4167525

 

ME-0063.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548257                        4167632

 

ME-0064.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    547904                        4167347

 

ME-0065.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    546898                        4165448

 

ME-0066.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    547072                        4165100

 

ME-0067.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    546796                        4164716

 

ME-0068.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    547431                        4163120

 

ME-0069.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    547779                        4162965

 

ME-0070.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    547806                        4162850

 

ME-0071.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    547674                        4162719

 

ME-0072.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    547782                        4162478

 

ME-0073.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    548589                        4162762

 

ME-0074.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    548887                        4162756

 

ME-0075.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    548571                        4163275

 

ME-0076.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548310                        4169531

 

ME-0077.       NUMBER DELETED.         

 

ME-0078.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    548983                        4162680

 

ME-0079.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    549048                        4162627

 

ME-0080.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    549052                        4162677


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SITE #            QUADRANGLE        ZONE             EASTING                   NORTHING

 

ME-0081.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    549161                        4162907

 

ME-0082.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    548960                        4164413

 

ME-0083.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    549057                        4163546

 

ME-0084.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    549208                        4162739

 

ME-0085.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    548826                        4163890

 

ME-0086.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    546800                        4163825

 

ME-0087.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    546868                        4166576

 

ME-0088.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    547347                        4166805

 

ME-0089.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    547863                        4167760

 

ME-0090.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    546493                        4166789

 

ME-0091.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545804                        4166571

 

ME-0092, 0093 and 0094.  NUMBERS SKIPPED.

 

ME-0095.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    549302                        4170678

 

ME-0096.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    550005                        4171103

 

ME-0097.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    550192                        4170985

 

ME-0098.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    550502                        4170883

 

ME-0099.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    550912                        4170530

 

ME-0100.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    550853                        4170208

 


 

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SITE #            QUADRANGLE        ZONE             EASTING                   NORTHING

 

ME-0101.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    550119                        4169304

 

ME-0102.        Gap Mills, WV 17                    548796                        4163049

 

ME-0103.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    547743                        4168732

 

ME-0104.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    546813                        4169309

 

ME-0105.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    544955                        4167577

 

ME-0106.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    544951                        4167497

 

ME-0107.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    544889                        4167703

 

ME-0108.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545044                        4167999

 

ME-0109.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545213                        4168329

 

ME-0110.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545131                        4169327

 

ME-0111.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545519                        4170014

 

ME-0112.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    544593                        4168104

 

ME-0113.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    544480                        4168536

 

ME-0114.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    544494                        4168647

 

ME-0115.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    543731                        4169499

 

ME-0116.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    543543                        4169754

 

ME-0117.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    543240                        4170166

 

ME-0118.        Fort Spring, WV          17                    543749                        4168226

 

ME-0119.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545263                        4167648

 

ME-0120.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    544287                        4168829

 

 

 

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SITE #            QUADRANGLE        ZONE             EASTING                   NORTHING

 

ME-0121.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545635                        4168645

 

ME-0122.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    551105                        4170757

 

ME-0123.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    549410                        4166923

 

GB-0057.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    547959                        4170758

 

GB-0058.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    546183                        4173145

 

GB-0059.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    546069                        4172398

 

GB-0060.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    545060                        4171550

 

GB-0061.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    549346                        4171585

 

GB-0062.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    549430                        4171551

 

GB-0063.        Ronceverte, WV          17                    549422                        4171497

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SURVEY ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 

The initial intent of the project was to determine the extent of historic resources along a 12.5 mile corridor along Second Creek in Monroe and Greenbrier Counties; the focus was to be from the community of Hollywood in Monroe County to the Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge in Greenbrier County.  The intent was to identify the significant resources and prepare recommendations for additional activities.  The potential for National Register eligibility for individual sites or historic districts was also to be investigated.  In analyzing the results of the survey, the Criteria of Significance of the National Register of Historic Places was used.

 

The resources studied under this survey are generally residential in nature and primarily on farms.  There were a few cemeteries, schools, churches, bridges and natural formations included also.  The resources also include many secondary agricultural buildings such as barns, corn cribs, chicken coops, etc.  The resources ranged from the mid nineteenth century to the mid twentieth century.  It was anticipated that there would be some modifications and some modern intrusions.  It was anticipated that the resources found would relate to agriculture through farming and milling and the settlement and development of the county.

 

Modifications were found but not in significant numbers and for the most part, even the modified properties retained their basic footprints and character.  Because this was not an intensive survey, a true count of the number of modern intrusions was not possible but to the casual eye, modern intrusions were not a significant factor in the survey area.  There were some vacant properties and in some cases, the primary residence had been replaced with a modern residence, but these were the exception rather than the rule. 

 

The survey team does feel that a Rural Historic District exists along Second Creek but that more of the remaining areas should be intensively surveyed, specifically along the creek from Hollywood to Gap Mills.  This survey can be considered Phase I of a two phase project.  In the Phase II project, miscellaneous resources not documented in Phase I should be documented in addition to the Intensive Survey to Gap Mills.  It should also be noted that modern structures were not noted as part of the Phase I project; modern structures should also be addressed in the Phase II project. 

 

Three properties that should be included in the Phase II Survey that are actually located in the Phase I survey boundaries are the Brown/Frasier House on Second Creek Road above the Second Creek Pentecostal Holiness Church; the Hogsette House on the north side of Charles Boothe Road; and the VanStavern Cemetery in the Hollywood vicinity.  The Friends of THE Second Creek will provide the next survey team with any additional resources not documented in Phase I.   This would be an excellent opportunity for in-kind volunteer work, as any and all properties missed in the first phase could be recorded by local forces and turned over to the survey team for review and inclusion in the final survey report for phase I and II. 

 

The two Dickson Farm Tenant houses, site #ME-0054 and ME-0055, may be included in the final Second Creek Historic District as contributing resources or the Spring Valley Farm National Register nomination could be amended to include these resources as they relate to the farm directly. 

 

Another resource that may be included in a historic district or an existing National Register nomination amendment is site #ME-0057, the Reeds Mill House/Second Creek Post Office.  The Reeds Mill National Register nomination could be amended to include this resource, if desired, or it could be listed within the district. 

 

There is one resource within Greenbrier County that is eligible to the National Register of Historic Places individually.  This is site #GB-0058.  It would be considered eligible under Criteria A for its association with the settlement of the county through its association with the Patton family; and under Criterion B for its association with Senator Boone, representative from Greenbrier County.

 

There is one resource within Monroe County that is eligible to the National Register of Historic Places individually.  This is site #ME-0050, the Morgan/Neff House and Orchard Complex.  It would be considered eligible under Criteria A for its association with Agriculture through the local industry of horticulture.

 

The Rodgers Mill Complex may also be considered eligible as a small historic district to the National Register of Historic Places and would consist of sites #ME-0046, ME-0047 and GB-0069.  These are the mill itself and the two miller’s houses associated with the mill.  The district would be eligible under Criteria A for its association with water-power on Second Creek and Agriculture.  

 

The potential Second Creek Rural Historic District will be eligible under Criteria A under Exploration and Settlement for its association with the settlement and development of the county and the area; it would also be eligible for its association with Agriculture through the farms and the mills along Second Creek and the role the mills played in the development of the area and the county.  The existence of the historic district would be predicated on developing the unifying theme of the Second Creek watershed and its historic function as a center of rural agriculture and local industry, with a segue into intensive horticultural activities (Morgan/Neff Orchard) and as the survey has revealed, camping and game fishing recreation in the modern era.  The Second Creek Rural Historic District will also be eligible under Criteria A for Ethnic Heritage for its association with the African-American community in the Patton and Gap Mills area.  African-Americans played a significant role in the development of the area.  It is also a possibility that the Second Creek Rural Historic District could be linked to the Pickaway Rural Historic District with Second Creek’s water-power production role to the Pickaway grain and cattle production role. 


GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS

 

It is recommended that the Friends of THE Second Creek continue their efforts to continue surveying the Second Creek watershed and to pursue a National Register of Historic Places Historic District nomination for the watershed once the survey work is complete.  The next survey phase should include the area from Hollywood to Gap Mills and pick up miscellaneous properties along Second Creek that were not documented in the Phase I project. 

 

It is also recommended that the Friends of THE Second Creek form a relationship with the Monroe County Historic Landmarks Commission to give them broader funding opportunities and to continue surveying Monroe County.  It is an absolute necessity to route the second phase survey and planning grant application through the Monroe County Historic Landmarks Commission (MHLC).  The MHLC has a certified local government (CLG) status granted by the National Park Service and as such, they have the privilege of applying for a dedicated pool of grant funds from the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) at an 80/20 match ratio.  The current survey and planning grant was awarded at a 60/40 match ratio.  Due to shrinking budgets, it is unlikely that non-CLG applicants will have access to survey and planning grants in the future. 

 

As the survey area is primarily rural, design review and zoning, etc. is not applicable.  In order to identify, document and protect significant resources it is recommended that the HLC establish a County Register.

 

A County Register works on a local level as the National Register works on a national level.  It is simply a development tool and should not be viewed as a hindrance or detriment to personal property rights.  It serves to identify and protect significant local resources. 

 

It is recommended that Monroe County participate in the West Virginia Farmland Protection Act authorized under the West Virginia Department of Agriculture.  The website for information is: wvfarmlandprotection.org.  It is also recommended that the Friends investigate possible inclusion in land trusts.  The website for this information is: wvlandtrust.org.  Both of the organizations work with private land owners to help them protect their farm or home place forever. 

 

The Friends should be commended for all that they have done to date.  The survey team would particularly like to acknowledge and thank Ms. Dixie Lee Hoke, Ms. Jill Fischer, Mr. Larry Mustain and Mr. Dennis White for their hospitality and their extensive research during this survey project.  The survey team would also like to thank Carol Haynes and Yvonne Edwards for their personal research on the African-American community and families.  Their research was invaluable to the project and to the history of Monroe County. 

 


 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

Chambers, Jr., S. Allen.  Buildings of West Virginia.  Oxford University Press.  2004.

 

Harris, John T. Editor.  Official Register Division of the West Virginia Legislative

    Hand Book and Manual 1921.  Tribune Printing Company, Charleston, WV.

 

Morton, Oren F., B. Lit.  History of Monroe County West Virginia.  McClure Company,

    Inc.  Staunton, Va.  1916.

 

Motley, Charles B.  Gleanings of Monroe County, West Virginia History.

    Commonwealth Press, Inc.  Radford, Va.  24141.  1973.

 

Noble, Allen G.  Wood, Brick & Stone  The North American Settlement Landscape

    Volume 1: Houses.  The University of Massachusetts Press.  Amherst, 1984.

 

Peck, Frank U.G.  History of Brushy Ridge Community (Colored).  Unpublished

    manuscript.

 

Sanders, Gladys Bales.  Early History of Southwest Virginia and the Garrett Green

    Family.  Unpublished manuscript.

 

www.secondcreekwv. Web Site.

 

Writings of Mark Crayon pen name for N.B. (Doc) McDowell.  West Virginia News

    February 13, 1926 to May 29, 1926.

 

Nickell Homestead and Mill National Register of Historic Places nomination.  July 14,

    1998.  Unpublished manuscript.  By Jamie Lee Nickell with Katherine M. Jourdan.

 

Pickaway/The Sinks/Pickaway Plains National Register of Historic Places nomination.

    August 1998.  Unpublished manuscript.  By Barbara Sibold and Ron Ripley.

 

Personal email correspondence with Carol Haynes and Yvonne Edwards, May and June,

    2005.

 

Reed’s Mill National Register of Historic Places nomination.  December 15, 1992.

    Unpublished manuscript.  By Dr. Ronald Ripley.

 

Spring Valley Farm National Register of Historic Places nomination.  September 18,

    1974.  Unpublished manuscript.  By C.E. Turley and James E. Harding.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

Oral interviews:

 

Carolyn Cromwell on 10/05/04.                                    Ron Brand on 10/05/04.

Mary Boggs on 10/06/04.                                             Betty Trent on 10/06/04.

Dwight Bostic on 10/06/04.                                          Juanita Bostic on 10/06/04.

Ed Bostic on 10/06/04.                                                 Walter (Fred) Helvey on 10/06/04 & 11/15/04.                                                                        Yvonne Martin on 11/15/04.

Mr.& Mrs. Emory Glover on 11/15/04.                        Annette King on 11/15/04.

Tom & Marie Murtaugh on 11/15/04.               Keith Norman on 11/15/04.

Elba Lephew on 11/16/04.                                           William Daugherty on 03/22/05.

William Tritt on 03/22/05.                                             Judy McDade on 03/22/05.

Mrs. George Jenkins on 03/23/05.                                Charles McNeil on 03/23/05.

Jim Hunter on 03/23/05.                                               Patty Dunbar on 03/23/05.

Richard Weikel on 03/23/05.                                        Walter (Fred) and Connie Helvey on 04/27/05.                                                             Betsy Dickson Degges on 04/27/05.

Dennis White on 04/27/05.                                           Dixie Lee Hoke on 04/27/05.

Larry Mustain on 04/27/05.

 

Telephone interviews:

 

Ms. Terry Lively/DOH on 10/25/04.

Mr. William Tritt on 03/07/05.

Mr. Jim VanMeter on 03/24/05.

Mrs. Wilda VanMeter on 03/24/05.

 

 


 

                                   

           

 

           

                                                                                                                                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX 1

 

 

 

                                               


 

APPENDIX 2

LIST OF SITES BY LOCATION

 

 

 

HOLLYWOOD

 

ME-0079. County Route 41/Hollywood Road, residential

                        Chapman/VanStavern House

 

ME-0080. County Route 41/Hollywood Road.

Hollywood Post Office

 

ME-0078. County Route 18/Hollywood Road, residential

                        Martin House

 

ME-0084. County Route 4/Hollywood Road, residential

                        Scott House

 

ME-0074. County Route 18/Hollywood Road, residential

                        Helvey/Reed House & Farm

 

ME-0102. County Route 18/Hollywood Road, residential

                        Wright/Tritt Log House

 

ME-0073. County Route 18/Hollywood Road

                        Hollywood Cemetery

 

ME-0075. County Route 18/Hollywood Road, residential

                        Bostic House

 

ME-0072. County Route 16/Rayburn Draft Road

                        Bruffy Memorial United Methodist Church

 

ME-0071. County Route 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Bostic House

 

ME-0070. County Route 16/Rayburn Draft Road

                        Carlisle Cemetery


ME-0069. County Route 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Bostic House

 

ME-0068. County Route 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Bostic House

 

ME-0081. County Route 4/Hollywood/Lloyd Road, residential

                        Glover House/VanStavern House & Store

 

ME-0082. County Route 4/Hollywood/Lloyd Road, residential

                        Ostrander/VanStavern House

 

ME-0123. Carpenters Run Road, residential

                        VanMeter/Hoke House

 

ME-0083. County Route 4/Hollywood/Lloyd Road, residential

                        Lucas/VanStavern House

 

ME-0085. County Route 16/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Ridgeway House

 

 

RAYBURN DRAFT ROAD

 

ME-0060. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Patton House

 

ME-0061. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road

                        Second Creek Pentecostal Holiness Church

 

ME-0063. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Trent House

 

ME-0062. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Boggs House

 

ME-0064. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Elmore House

 

ME-0065. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Hyner Log House

 

ME-0066. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        Boggs House

 

ME-0067. County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road, residential

                        White House

 

County Route 219-1/Rayburn Draft Road

                        Road to Hollywood/Traditional Settlement Route

 

ME-0086. County Route 11-2, residential

                        King/Shaver House

 

 

CHARLES BOOTHE ROAD

Hoggsett Settlement

 

ME-0089. County Route 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

                        Boggs House

 

ME-0088. County Route 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

                        Norman/Hogsette House & Farm

 

ME-0087. County Route 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

                        Murtaugh/Hogsette House

 

ME-0090. County Route 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

                        Lephew/Hogsette House & Farm

 

ME-0091. County Route 219-4/Charles Boothe Road, residential

                        Roberts House

 

 

HIGHLAND PARK ROAD

 

ME-0101. Highland Park Road

                        Highland Park United Methodist Church

 

 

SECOND CREEK ROAD (VILLAGE)

 

ME-0058. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, commercial

                        Holesapple/Byrd Store

 

ME-0059. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

                        Holesapple/Byrd House


 

ME-0057. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

                        Reeds Mill House/Second Creek Post Office

 

NR-4. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, commercial

                        Reeds Mill

 

ME-0103. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

                        Trent/McDowell House

 

ME-0056. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

                        Reed House & Farm

 

ME-0076. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

                        Dooley/Hoke House & Farm

 

ME-0054. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

                        Dickson Tenant House

 

ME-0055. County Route 219-1/Second Creek Road, residential

                        Dickson Tenant House

 

 

SECOND CREEK – 219 SOUTH

 

NR-3. US Route 219, residential

                        Spring Valley Farm

 

ME-0104. US Route 219, residential

                        McDade/Dickson House

 

ME-0121. County Route 219-2/Moore Road, residential

                        Burwell House & Farm

 

ME-0119. US Route 219

                        Lebanon Cemetery

 

ME-0105. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road

                        New Lebanon Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church

 

ME-0106. US Route 219, school

                        Fairview School

 

ME-0107. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Jenkins House

 

ME-0108. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Williams House

 

ME-0109.  County Route 219-2/Moore Road, residential

                        Dr. Medows Log Camp

 

ME-0110. County Route 219-2/Moore Road, residential

                        McNeil Farm/Moore Home Place

 

ME-0111. County Route 219-2/Moore Road, residential

                        Hunter House & Farm/Limeglo Farm

 

ME-0112. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Beamer House & Farm

 

ME-0113. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Allen House & Farm

 

ME-0114. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Dunbar House

 

ME-0120. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Bailey/Patton House

 

ME-0118. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Weikle/Dunsmore House & Farm

 

ME-0115. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Sharp House

 

ME-0116. County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Harris House

 

 

SECOND CREEK – 219 NORTH

 

GB-0057. US Route 219, residential

                        Bruce House

 

ME-0095. County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

                        Harlan House

 

ME-0096. County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

                        Dalton House

 

ME-0097. County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

                        Vance House

 

ME-0098. County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

                        Shrader/Mustain House

 

ME-0099. County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

                        Daugherty/McDowell House

 

ME-0122. County Route 4/Childers Road, residential

                        Gazzard/Pope House

 

ME-0100. County Route 6-1/Highland Park Road, residential

                        Elmore/Vance/McDowell House

 

 

PATTON

 

ME-0043.  County Route 62-4, bridge

                        Submarine/low level bridge

 

ME-0044.  County Route 219-2, residential

                        Camp/Second Creek Trust

 

ME-0045.  County Route 219-2, residential

                        Copenhaver/Dawson Camp

 

ME-0046.  County Route 219-2, residential

                        Isaac House/Rodgers Mill House

 

ME-0047.  County Route 219-2, commercial

                        Rodgers Mill

 

NR-1.  County Route 5-1/McClung Road, residential

                        Nickell Homestead and Mill/Montglenn Farm

 

GB-0060.  County Route 62, residential

                        Byrd/Rodgers Mill House

 


 

NEFF ORCHARD ROAD

 

ME-0049.  County Route 3-7/Neff Orchard Road

                        African-American School/Church

                        Mt. Zion Church

 

ME-0117.  County Route 219-3/Neff Orchard Road

                        African-American Cemetery

                        Mt. Zion Cemetery

 

ME-0050.  County Route 3-7/Neff Orchard Road, residential & orchard

                        Morgan/Neff Orchard

 

ME-0051.  County Route 3-7/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Cromwell/Miller House & Farm

 

ME-0052.  County Route 5-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Brand House & Farm

 

ME-0053.  County Route 5-3/Neff Orchard Road, residential

                        Canterbury House

 

 

GREENBRIER COUNTY

 

GB-0059.  County Route 62-4/Rodgers Mill Road, residential

                        Tieche House & Farm

 

GB-0058.  County Route 62-4/Rodgers Mill Road, residential

                        Friedman/Patton House & Farm/Nether Mills Farm

 

GB-0057.  Listed under Second Creek – 219 North

 

NR-2.  County Route 5-3, bridge

                        Hoke’s Mill Covered Bridge

 

GB-0060.  Listed under Patton.

 

GB-0061.  County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

 

GB-0062.  County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

 

GB-0063.  County Route 219-9/Highland Park Road/Jackson Hill Road, residential

                        Murphy House & Farm