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Ridgway

Format
Photographs; Online
Date Created
18th century
Composition Era
1st Century
Type
building
Place
Rt 20N
Eastham (Va.)
Albemarle County (Va.)
Culture
American
Note
Franklin Minor Classical School--Jas Dinsmore Country Home (where he drowned in 1830) --Peter (d. 1835) then Hugh (d. 1858) then Franklin (d. 1867) Minor Home--Mrs Lucy Ann Gilmer Minor, widow of Franklin Minor, Home until 1881 --Lydia M Lyman Home 1895--C E Blue Home 1903--China Closet Glass engraved with Peter Minor and window pane with R L Maury 1857Floor plan similar to Brookhill by 1st cousin Jas Minor
2 Story Brick w/Center Gable, 5 Bay, 2 Pile, Flemish Bond, Queen Closers, 3 Course American Bond, Built-in Cabinets, 3 Story Stair, Reciprocating Saw Marks, Split Rivens, Center Passage not Through House, Earth Insulation in Floors and Walls, Attic Water Tank, Porch, Bellcast Roof, Brackets, 6 Panel Doors, 4 Panel Doors, Bay Window, Pointed Windows, 6/6, 9/9, Icehouse, 1905 Barn, Gardens, Parterres, Cemetery
Survey Data
Virginia Road Traces--Work Projects Administration
Event
Home of Capt Jos Smith--Razed--Peter Minor built brick house----Roof & Windows altered
Contents
Digital Images : 3; Exterior -- Plans -- Stair.
Credit
K. Edward Lay, Also published in The Architecture of Jefferson country: Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia. 2000.
Collection
Art and Architecture
Architecture of Jefferson Country
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