Friday, February 11, 2011
"Summer Hill" (Caswell County, North Carolina)
2. Abner Walker Feed Barn (c.1850)
3. George Connally House (c.1780)
4. A. N. Brannock House (c.1835)
5. A. Walker Granary (c.1850)
6. Colonel James Moore House/Smokehouse (c.1810)
7. A. Walker Smokehouse (c.1850)
8. Zimmerman Smokehouse (c.1820)
1. To the far left, attached to the yellow "Main House" is the A. N. Brannock House (built c.1835).
2. Zimmerman Smokehouse, with steep red roof (built c.1820),
3. A. Walker Smokehouse.
4. George Connally (1731-1819) and Frances Moore Connally (1754-1819) house (built c.1780). The house was constructed in Milton Township, Caswell County, North Carolina (near Connally United Methodist Church). It was moved to "Summer Hill" in Anderson Township (south-central) Caswell County and restored. Photograph courtesy Jim Florence.
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