220 South Church Street - Eason-Whitley House
Built circ. 1756

Eason-Whitley House

220 South Church Street - Eason-Whitley House (circa 1756)

This house stands on one of the first lots to be sold in the new town of Smithfield in 1752.  The lot sold for four pounds, six shillings.  James Eason first occupied the home in 1756.  It was the home of the Whitley family from 1913-1988.

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