Currituck Co., N.C. Houses


Apollos Dey Home

Located just off N.C. Highway 34, at the forks of Tulls Creek Road, east, near Currituck Sound.  Present owner, Mrs. Clyde Mathias.  The huge rived sills are intact as is the original paneling inside and the wide flooring and the mantle.  It is in very [good?] condition.  Note branches of huge magnolia tree at right.  It stands quite near the front door, and there is another one which stands some distance away from the house which is also very large.  Both are believed to be quite old trees.  In the field nearby is and old cemetery, as yet unrecorded in the Currituck Historical Society's files.  However, in the edge of the wooded driveway to the house there is another old cemetery in which, besides the Halsteads and Baxters, the Yankee school teacher, Ezekiel Gilman, is buried.


This photo and information are from the project "Old Homes in Currituck County to 1860" originally compiled June 1960 by Alma O. Roberts and Alice Flora of the Currituck County Historical Society.   We are indebted to Barbara B. Snowden, president of the Currituck County Historical Society for permission to reproduce this collection on the internet, and also to Gerri Andrews and Diane Ferebee of the Currituck County Public Library who provided digital copies of the photos.  No part of this document may be used for any commercial purposes; however, please feel free to copy any of this material for your own personal use and family research.  Images are for personal use only, not for redistribution.




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