Bailey-White House, 1855, Cuthbert

This Greek Revival cottage was built in 1855 by Marcellus Douglass and given to his sister, Narcissa Weakly Douglass, who married Francis David Bailey and then Judge Bedford Solomon Worrill. In the 1860s, she conducted a private school in this house. The original doors were of the “Cross and bible” design.

Cuthbert Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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One response to “Bailey-White House, 1855, Cuthbert

  1. Sharon Rice

    I like the way the roof appears to extend beyond the ends of the porch.
    Makes sense to me.

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