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    • Baldwin-Latimer-Jordan House

    • Italianate style house built for Albert M. Baldwin (1845-1934), dentist; and wife, Bettie S. Mitchell (1847-1888). Enlarged and remodeled by Edward S. Latimer (1857-1901), attorney; and wife, Anne Huske (1860-1934). Hettie James Jordan (1869-1941)...
    • McCabe-Lancaster House

    • Beach house built for Harry Lee McCabe (1895-1962), grocer; and wife, Vista Mae Taylor (1902-1982). Until Hurricane Hazel (1954), used variously as summer residence, rental property and apartments. Purchased in 1955by Luke Wilson Lancaster...
    • Brockett-Barker-Bell House

    • Cottage built for James F. Brockett, grocer and watchmaker; and wife, Elizabeth Cruse. E. Gerry Barker, shipbroker, enlarged and remodeled the house in Queen Anne style, c. 1888. Owned by Charles F. Bell family from 1897 to 1982.
    • Chasten House

    • Federal style hall-and-parlor house with double piazzas moved to this location and rear shed porch added c. 1850. One-story building added to east side c. 1870. By 1883, residence of Rufus H. Chasten (1862-1897), turpentine inspector and weigher;...
    • Evans-Moore House

    • Queen Anne style house built as rental property for Allen E. Evans (1833-1882), grocer, barber and leader of the Rose Bud Brass Band; and wife, Charlotte Jackson (1838-1888). Purchased and remodeled in 1918 by E. Clayton Moore (1877-1940), native...
    • Fennell-Croom House

    • Built by former Confederate Army Captain, Owen J. Fennell (1832-1910) as his residence. He was a local merchant and Justice of the Peace. Purchased by M.F. Croom in 1892 and remodeled. Remained in family until 1931.
    • Forshee-Sprunt House

    • Italianate style house built for James M. Forshee, native of Philadelphia and partner in Kenan & Forshee, commission merchants; and wife, Sallie M. Extensively remodeled in 1920 by J. Laurence Sprunt (1866 - 1973), cotton broker; and wife, Annie...
    • Jones-Mitchell House

    • Built for Jane Jones (1786-1855), this house was remodeled in the Italianate style during the ownership of Benjamin F. Mitchell (1812-1894); and wife, Sarah Swann (1813-1881). A native of Maine, he was a partner in the firm of Mitchell and...
    • Grant-Thompson House

    • Built for James Grant (1818-1892), merchant. Purchased in 1848 by James M. Thompson (1820-1848), dealer in naval stores. His widow, Rachel Murray Whitledge (1823-1918), resided here for forty years. They were natives of Onslow County. Purchased in...
    • Lazarus-Hill-Divine House

    • Federal style house built for Aaron Lazarus (1777-1841), wealthy merchant and influential citizen. Purchased 1854 by Frederick J. Hill (1792-1861), physician, planter, and NC senator. Remodeled in Greek Revival and Italianate styles with entrance...
    • Love-Morrison House

    • Italianate style house built for John D. Love (1818-1877), merchant. Purchased in 1874 by Major Thomas Hall McKoy (1837-1902), Confederate officer, cotton buyer; and wife, Margaret Young Anderson (1847-1917). Purchased in 1926 by Benjamin R....
    • Williams-Clark House

    • Rear section built by Hosea Williams (1816), cooper; enlarged and remodeled in the Italianate style c. 1891 by Eunice B. Moore (1843-1934). Her daughter, Miss Lucy, ran a floraculture business on the property. Purchased in 1906 by Haywood Clark...
    • Woolvin House

    • Italianate style house built for Joel W. Woolvin (1830-1889), cabinet maker and undertaker, Confederate veteran; and wife, Mary Ann Pridgen (1827-1909), native of Duplin County. Purchased in 1919 by Clifton B. Vann (1881-1927), native of Columbus...
    • Jewett-Shepard House

    • Original Italianate two-story wood-frame house was purchased in 1886 by Susan Lane Jewett (1851-1917), wife of Richard Bradley Jewett (1844-1915), naval stores inspector. They had been in residence here since 1881. Joseph C. Shepard, Jr....
    • Henry Russell Savage House

    • Italianate style house built for Henry Russell Savage (1799-1861), native of Connecticut, Cashier of Bank of Cape Fear. Residence of the Bacon family from 1881 to1891. Henry Bacon was engineer of The Rocks, the construction that closed New Inlet,...


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