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Piedmont

Format
Photographs; Online
Date Created
1806
Composition Era
19th Century
1800's
Type
building
Place
Southwest of University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Charlottesville (Va.)
Culture
American
Note
The Maury Cemetery is located across Fontain Avenue from the main house. It has a stone wall around it. All that remains is a footstone. In 1988 most of the bodies were reburied at Grace Episcopal Cemetery at Cismont by relative Dr. Gordon Tice. The slave cemetery is marked with boulders at Hereford Dorms at UVA.
2 Story Frame w/Center Gable, Paired Column Portico, T-Plan, 9/6, 6/6, 2/2, Blinds, Flemish Bond, 5 Course American Bond, Barred Cellar Windows, Scalloped Verge Boards, Maury Cemetery, Slave Cemetery, Springhouse (Razed), 1 Story Brick Icehouse: Mousetooth Cornice
Contents
Digital Images : 2; Exterior -- Icehouse.
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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