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Lawrence County Landmarks


Residences

Borders House

Burchett Farm

Burgess House

Garred-Burgess House

Hammond House

Isaac Hensley House

Hillman Farm House

Lester-Hunicutt House

Kitchen Farm House

Allen H. Miller Homestead

William H. Moore House

Claiborne Swetnam House

Malachai Wheeler House

Wheeler Farm House

Woods/Ferguson Cabin

Churches

Blaine Christian Church

Borders Chapel

Brammer Gap Church

Charley Freewill Baptist Church

Cordell Freewill Baptist Church

Garred Chapel

First United Methodist Church, Louisa

Little Blaine Church

Mary Emily Freewill Baptist Church

M. E. Church South, 1917

Moore's Chapel

Richardson Missionary Baptist Church

Spencer Freewill Baptist Church

Tarkiln Church

United Baptist Church, on Tadpole

Webbville Community Church

Businesses

Bay's Grocery

Dixon, Moore & Co.

Hinkle's Grocery Store

Webbville Hotel

Wellman Hardware Store

Woods' Grocery, Webbville

Miscellaneous

Old Boat Landing, Louisa

Lawrence Co. Court House

C & O Passenger Station, Louisa

Post Office, Louisa (abt. 1900)

Perkinstown/Centerville

Riverview Hospital, Louisa



Miscellaneous

Historic Louisa (1895-1900)

National Register of Historic Places
Lawrence County
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We are interested in photographs, old or new, of any historic Lawrence County structure or land mark, as well as background information on who built the house, and who lived in it. This includes, but is not limited to private homes and farmhouses, churches, school buildings, store buildings, hotels, etc. Full credit will be given to the contributor. If interested, please contact us below.

Marlitta H. Perkins
Lawrence County Landmarks Coordinator