Chuckatuck

Chuckatuck

Chapman-Mason Home

c1810-1830 – 2 ½ story Federal style, 132 Kings Highway

Meador-Cannon Home

c1825-1850 – 2 ½ story Federal style, 120 Kings Highway
Gilliam Home

Gilliam Home

The Gilliam house to the right of the Knight house was built in 1898 by Richard Claiborne Gilliam (Capt. “Busby”) and Mrs. Annie Lee Gilliam.  They were the parents of Annie, Carlyle, Ray, Mary, and also raised his 1/2 brother’s child, Oliver Gillia...
Pinner Home

Pinner Home

Over 100 years old on Route 10
The Butts-Powell-Saunders Home

The Butts-Powell-Saunders Home

The original structure of the Butts-Powell-Saunders house was built ca. 1780-1820.  Dr. George Washington Butts bought the property at 133 Kings Highway as well as the Butts farm in Nansemond County, adjacent to the Pembroke Plantation.  He was born i...
Crumpler / Spady Home

Crumpler / Spady Home

When asked about whether the Spady house ever served as a hotel Frank Spady, Jr. said it was at one time called a hotel.  He remembers it being used for boarders by the Crumplers.  This 1 ½ story house was probably built in the early 1800s. The ho...
The Moore Home

The Moore Home

  Mr. William Charles Moore purchased an old grocery store on Kings Highway, Route 125, which is said to have been over 200 years old, as well as the property next to the store from a Captain Ramsey.  Mr. Moore worked for Captain Ramsey before he b...

Marshall / Bowden Home

Mrs. Molly Marshall, 1/2 sister to Charlie H. Pitt, lived in the house to the right of Spady’s garage.  Her daughter, Miss Lillian Marshall, was the librarian at Chuckatuck School for several years. Her other children were Wilber and Ruby.  While the...
Godwin-Knight Home

Godwin-Knight Home

The following is from documentation prepared for application to the National Register of Historic Places, January, 1992 (the house was at that time already listed on the Virginia Register of Historic Places, for architectural reasons) submitted by Sharon...