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Sunday, January 27, 2008

Maysville Historical Site: McCartney-Bone House

McCartney-Bone House — 3 mi. NE of Maysville on Hurricane Rd. (added 1977 - #77000213) This historic building is also known as the Bone-Wilbourn House. Currently a private dwelling. The historic significance of the home is the architecture. The architect was James McCartney. The structure is an example of Georgian Federal architecture. Period of Significance: 1825-1849. Pictures will be coming!

1 comment:

Rylandman said...

The historic Steger-Nance house is located north of Maysville four way stop. The house is located about 100 yards to the right.

Ryland has two antebellum houses. One is the Moore-Kelly house located on Ryland Pike. The Moore-Kelly house was built in 1835.

The other Ryland antebellum house is the Moore-Jordan mansion. It is located on Jordan Road off Ryland Pike. The mansion was built in 1833.