In 1695 a tract of land was patented to Samuel Chew as ‘Chew’s Resolution Manor’ and ‘Chew’s Vineyard’ and upon this tract now stands Wheatfield, a circa 1830 country farm house. Built on a knoll in the middle of a wheat field, the house is an example of what is known as a telescopic house where one section fits into the other like a telescope. The show house was held from September 26 to October 25 and the chairman was Enalee Bounds.
HEC’s “Heritage Newsletters” Book has been Republished!
We are pleased to announce that the "Heritage Newsletters" book has been successfully republished...