Newbold-White House, Hertford

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Newbold-White House is a historic house in Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina.

The brick house was built in 1730 by Abraham Sanders, a Quaker who purchased the property in 1726. His plantation on the Perquimans River produced corn, cotton, wheat, flax, indigo, tobacco, rice, and wood products. It is the oldest house in North Carolina that is open to the public.
The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
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  • A fancier house for This period. I imagine Indians seeing this place was amazed. The henges, the wood, a second floor, and owned by a gentle Quaker family and passed down and even used for government....  more
    A fancier house for This period. I imagine Indians seeing this place was amazed. The henges, the wood, a second floor, and owned by a gentle Quaker family and passed down and even used for government....  more »
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  • Looking to contact Monica Gibson who posted on here. I think this is the home of my 8x great grandfather.
  • Take the pay tour, well worth it, if u love history

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