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This little church is a bit newer than some of the historic district churchs - it is celebrating the 80th anniversary which means it must date from about 1925.

Another little church.

Next door to the John Joyner Smith house - the Wilmington Street entrance for that house is on the left of the picture.

A tabby house originally stood on this site, but it was torn down and replaced by a clapboard house that burned to the ground during the fire of 1907. This house was built in 1909. It is not on the historic district walking tour, but the Louis Reeve Sams House is at 601 Bay Street.

This may be the back of Marshlands circa. 1814 A two story central block flanked by a single-story wings. Brick supporting arches and porches wrapped around the house on three sides give it a West Indian look. The chimneys look about the same as are pictured in the Beaufort Architecture page.

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