Historic Structures of Woodville

Historic Woodville

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The Structures of the Rural Historic District

The following structures are located in Woodville, recently designated by the National Register of Historic Places as a "National Rural Historic District". Clicking on the button pictures will provide a full sized picture and description of each building.

Historical and architectural descriptions of each house/church are detailed here

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Thomas W. Thompson House Thomas W. Thompson House

Bazemore House Bazemore House

Whitehead - Urquhart House Whitehead - Urquhart House

Hill-Pugh-Mizell House Hill-Pugh-Mizell House

Garriss-Griffin House Garriss-Griffin House

Averitt-Pugh-Thompson House Averitt-Pugh-Thompson House

Thomas Griffin House Thomas Griffin House

The Rectory (Wooten-Grant-Griffin House) The Rectory (Wooten-Grant-Griffin House)

Grace Episcopal Church Grace Episcopal Church

William Alston Pugh House William Alston Pugh House

Thompson-Urquhart House Thompson-Urquhart House

The next four pictures are dependencies of the Thompson-Urquhart House

The Dairy The Dairy

The Ice House The Ice House

The Office The Office

The Overseer's House The Overseer's House

St. Frances Methodist Church St. Frances Methodist Church

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