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Queen Anne style house built for William Gaston Craig (1861-1957), native of Alamance Co., N.C., an wife Sarah Frances (1867-1958), native of Goldsboro, N.C. He was inspector for Atlantic Coast Line Railroad car building department. House was move…
Greek Revival house, built for Robert Power (1824-1862), carriage maker, and wife Sarah (1823-1888). Willed to Sarah E. H. Yopp (1829-1904). Craftsman style additions made by grandson, Alfred Harding Yopp (1876-1973), musician and owner of Yopp Pi…
Since that date four sanctuaries have burned, 1803-1843-1886-1947. Present imposing and lovely church was dedicated to the glory of God and service to mankind May 15, 1955. Body of Reverend Wm. Meredith, founder of Methodism in Wilmington, rests b…
Founded in 1866; oldest men's social club in N.C. Guilford F. Dudley, first president, Building here in use since 1913.
Thomas U. Walter, Architect - PhiladelphiaJohn S. Norris, Supervising Architect - New York C. H. Dahl, Principal Carpenter - New York John C. Wood, Principal Mason - Nantucket Oldest house of worship in Wilmington, built for Episcopal parish es…
A student of history, a seeker of truth, a faithful follower of Christ, "Millie" dedicated herself to a study of the past in order that it could be part of our future.
Gothic Revival style church built for congregation organized in 1869. The cornerstone was laid March 23, 1871 and the edifice completed under the leadership of the Rev. Charles O. Brady. Dedicated on March 23, 1871, it was the first Episcopal chur…
Consecrated in 1875 as first Episcopal church for colored people in North Carolina. Served by Bishop Atkinson. It is located 3 blocks east.
Commanded N.C. troops at Cartagena, 1740; led colonial forces, 1754-56, in French and Indian War. Grave 4 miles west.
Here stood theWilmington residence ofGeneral Benjamin Smith
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