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Mary Faith Warshaw
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Attended Meredith College
Lives in Beaufort, NC
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CLICK TO ENLARGE this and other images. I<b>NTERIOR PHOTOS will be replaced after original floors are refinished,  rooms "freshened" and new owners' Colonial antiques are added.  This weblog was created to provide guests w...
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BEAUFORT WINE & FOOD 2014
Opening April 5th - Mattie King Davis Gallery
Beaufort, North Carolina
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Photos courtesy Wendi Oliver at Front Street Village, Beaufort, NC
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Located in the circa 1856 Thomas Duncan House.
     In 1900 Charles Lucas Duncan sold this house to Christopher Delamar Jones, collector of customs; son Paul was born here in 1904. In 1906 the family moved to 805 Front. The Way family acquired the house in 1924.
     Brady Cicero Way (1877-1935), son of William Andrews Way and Mary F. Davis, married Minnie Gertrude Gillikin in 1902. The 1930 census recorded the household: wholesale seafood dealer Brady, wife Minnie, Samuel, William, John and Eleanor. By 1940, widow Minnie was head of household with grown children, Varena, William, John and Eleanor. William had taken over his father's seafood business and John was an intern in a hospital; value of home $2500.
     1997 Survey: This 2-story, 3-bay, Italianate-style house with side-hall plan, has a hipped roof with eave brackets, plain siding and interior end chimney. The Queen-Anne style hipped porch, probably added about 1900, has a cross gable with sawnwork bargeboard and brackets, turned posts, a spindle frieze and unusual spindle railing. Double-leaf glazed and paneled front entrance has transom, sidelights and Doric pilasters. It includes intact Italianate interior, including staircase, mantels and surrounds. The house was noted on Gray's 1880 Map of Beaufort.    
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Beaufort, North Carolina Artist, Author, Researcher, Geneologist and Weblogger
Introduction
In 1998 when I moved to Beaufort from Winston-Salem, I had one goal in mind--to paint seriously for the first time in my life and see what I could do with my art. It wasn't long before I began researching and painting some of the town's unique and welcoming porches.

I became more and more addicted to Beaufort history and noticed there was very little online. In 2006 I began "Beaufort - The Town and Why It's Unique." My mission was (and still is) to continue the research, compile and post the interesting history--especially facts and images I've never seen in print.

Other researchers, genealogists and descendants, with roots or interest in this old seaside village began to contact me. Thus, the histories expanded and more were documented.

In the midst of it all, I realized I was drawn to Beaufort for a reason. I continued painting and researching--all of which resulted in creating weblogs and writing Porchscapes, The Colors of Beaufort, North Carolina--Three Centuries of History Woven Through Art and Words.
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OUR STATE MAGAZINE: http://marywarshaw.blogspot.com/2008/08/our-state-magazine.html
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  • Meredith College
    Art
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Mary Faith Milton