Captain Timothy Hill House

Area: Upper Shore
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Name: Louisa Flaningam and Paul Brzozowski
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captain timothy hill house

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Built of log planks around 1800, it is the oldest house on the island and a rare piece of architectural history. There is now a replica of its original wooden chimney. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places and Virginia Landmarks Register, a first for the island, it is a chance to stand in history and get a glimpse of how our past generations lived. Experience the mystery of the sailing ships carved on the exterior logs and the tragic story of young Jennie Hill murdered in 1885.

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