Thursday, January 24, 2008

National Register of Historic Places (Caswell County, North Carolina)

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the nation's historic places worthy of preservation. The first Caswell County property to be listed in the National Register was the Milton State Bank in April 1973. Since then two historic districts, Yanceyville and Milton, and nineteen individual properties have been entered for a total of twenty-one National Register listings in the county. The Union Tavern (Thomas Day workshop) in Milton has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark.

County: Caswell (North Carolina)

1.
Brown-Graves House and Brown's Store
SW of Yanceyville on NC 150
Locust Hill
1974-07-15

2.
Caswell County Courthouse
Courthouse Square
Yanceyville
1973-06-04

3.
Garland-Buford House
N of Leasburg on SR 1561
Leasburg
1974-01-24

4.
Azariah Graves House
U.S. 158 at NC 86
Yanceyville
1974-11-20

5.
Griers Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
SR 1710
Frogsboro
1985-12-30

6.
John Johnston House
1325 NC 62, N.
Yanceyville
1997-03-14

7.
Longwood
SW of Milton on NC 62
Milton
1976-09-15

8.
Malone, James, House
Leasburg
2008-08-30

9.
Melrose/Williamson House
Off NC 62
Yanceyville Township
1985-02-28

10.
Milton Historic District
Runs along Main St. from Atlantic and Danville RR to Country Line Creek
Milton
1973-10-25

11.
Milton State Bank
Main (Broad) St.
Milton
1973-04-13

12.
Moore-Gwynn House
E of Locust Hill off U.S. 158
Locust Hill
1973-08-28

13.
Poteat House (Forest Home)
N of Yanceyville on NC 62
Yanceyville
1979-10-24

14.
Red House Presbyterian Church/cemetery
Semora
5/1/2007

15.
Rose Hill (Bedford Brown House)
On U.S. 158 at jct. with NC 150
Locust Hill
1973-10-25

16.
Union Tavern
Main St.
Milton
1975-05-15
National Historic Landmark

17.
Warren House and Warren's Store
On NC 86
Prospect Hill
1973-06-19

18.
Wildwood
5680 Stephenton Rd.
Semora
2001-10-05

19.
Woodside
NC 57
Milton
1986-03-06

20.
Yancey, Bartlett House
On U.S. 158
Yanceyville
1973-12-04

21.
Yanceyville Historic District
W. Main St., Courthouse Sq., and North Ave. to Church St.
Yanceyville
1973-10-15
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For each of the listings below, there is a National Register nomination that describes the property or district, summarizes its history, and assesses its historical significance. Nominations may be examined at the office of the Survey and Planning Branch. Requests for copies of nominations of specific properties or districts are treated on a case-by-case basis, considering the extent of the request, staff time required to respond to the request, and the condition and temperament of the copy machine. Copies normally cost fifteen cents per page, plus mailing costs. Copies of individual nominations typically cost two or three dollars; copies of district nominations may cost ten dollars or more.

1. Bartlett Yancey House (Yanceyville vicinity) 12/4/1973
2. Brown-Graves House and Brown's Store (Locust Hill) 7/15/1974
3. Caswell County Courthouse (Yanceyville) 5/4/1973
4. Garland-Buford House (Osmond vicinity) 1/24/1974
5. Graves House (Yanceyville vicinity) 11/20/1974
6. Griers Presbyterian Church (Frogsboro vicinity) 12/30/1985
7. John Johnston House (Yanceyville vicinity) 3/14/1997
8. Longwood (Milton vicinity) 9/15/1976
9. Malone House (Leasburg) 08/30/2008
10. Melrose (Williamson House) (Yanceyville vicinity) 2/28/1985
11. Milton Historic District (Milton) 10/25/1973
12. Milton State Bank (Milton) 4/13/1973
13. Moore House (Annie Y. Gwynn House) (Locust Hill vicinity) 8/28/1973
14. Poteat House (Yanceyville vicinity) 10/24/1979
15. Red House Presbyterian Church/cemetery (Semora) 5/1/2007
16. Rose Hill (Bedford Brown House) (Locust Hill) 10/25/1973
17. Union Tavern (Yellow Tavern) (Milton) 5/15/1975
18. Warren House and Warren's Store (Prospect Hill) 6/19/1973
19. Wildwood (Monroe Long House) (Semora vicinity) 10/5/2001
20. Woodside (Richmond House) (Milton vicinity) 3/6/1986
21. Yanceyville Historic District (Yanceyville) 10/15/1973
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