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This list includes properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Northampton County, North Carolina. Click the "Map of all coordinates" link to the right to view an online map of all properties and districts with latitude and longitude coordinates in the table below.[1]

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Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Amis-Bragg House
Amis-Bragg House
August 28, 2003
203 Thomas Bragg Dr.
36°23′29″N 77°25′14″W / 36.391389°N 77.420556°W / 36.391389; -77.420556 (Amis-Bragg House)
Jackson Two-story, five-bay, single-pile Greek Revival-style frame house with a two-story ell and one-story kitchen wing.
2 Church of the Saviour and Cemetery
Church of the Saviour and Cemetery
January 4, 2001
Junction of Church and Calhoun Sts.
36°23′28″N 77°25′20″W / 36.391111°N 77.422222°W / 36.391111; -77.422222 (Church of the Saviour and Cemetery)
Jackson Gothic Revival-style granite and brownstone church that follows a basic gable-front plan and features a projecting three-stage entrance tower and separate sacristy.
3 Duke-Lawrence House October 22, 1980
East of Rich Square off NC 305/561
36°16′04″N 77°15′09″W / 36.267778°N 77.2525°W / 36.267778; -77.2525 (Duke-Lawrence House)
Rich Square T-shaped Georgian-style dwelling that consists of a one-and-one-half-story, brick section and the original three-bay frame section with a brick end.
4 Edgewood
October 14, 2001
432 West Jackson St.
36°16′36″N 77°17′28″W / 36.276667°N 77.291111°W / 36.276667; -77.291111 (Edgewood)
Rich Square Two-story, Colonial Revival/American Foursquare-style brick dwelling with a one-story kitchen wing.
5 Garysburg United Methodist Church and Cemetery
Garysburg United Methodist Church and Cemetery
June 20, 1985
SR 1207
36°26′47″N 77°33′42″W / 36.446389°N 77.561667°W / 36.446389; -77.561667 (Garysburg United Methodist Church and Cemetery)
Garysburg One-story, three-bay, temple-form Greek Revival-style frame church.
6 Gaston School
Gaston School
April 11, 2012
200 School St.
36°29′52″N 77°38′49″W / 36.497813°N 77.64682°W / 36.497813; -77.64682 (Gaston School)
Gaston Brick-clad, flat-roofed, one-story Modernist building. Abandoned and deteriorating.
7 Jackson Historic District
Jackson Historic District
June 16, 2004
Roughly bounded by Atherton St., Picard St., Buxton St., and northern town limit line
36°23′34″N 77°25′22″W / 36.392778°N 77.422778°W / 36.392778; -77.422778 (Jackson Historic District)
Jackson Early twentieth-century commercial district, a small industrial area, numerous residential structures, several churches, and government buildings. The district encompasses 168 contributing buildings, two contributing sites, one contributing structure, and two contributing objects in the central business district and surrounding residential sections of Jackson.
8 Mason-Hardee-Capel House
Mason-Hardee-Capel House
February 2, 2005
NC 1308, 0.8 miles (1.3 km) west of NC 1307
36°27′22″N 77°30′30″W / 36.456111°N 77.508333°W / 36.456111; -77.508333 (Mason-Hardee-Capel House)
Garysburg One story with attic, hall-parlor plan, Georgian-style frame dwelling.
9 Mowfield
February 13, 1975
2 miles (3.2 km) west of Jackson on US 158
36°23′50″N 77°27′45″W / 36.397272°N 77.462533°W / 36.397272; -77.462533 (Mowfield)
Jackson Two-story, five bay by two bay, Georgian/Federal-style frame house with a two-story ell.
10 Northampton County Courthouse Square
Northampton County Courthouse Square
April 11, 1977
Jefferson St. between Atherton and Brown Sts.
36°23′24″N 77°25′11″W / 36.39°N 77.419722°W / 36.39; -77.419722 (Northampton County Courthouse Square)
Jackson Consists of three buildings: courthouse, clerk's and register's office, and clerk's office, plus the surrounding square.
11 Francis Parker House
Francis Parker House
October 21, 1983
West of Murfreesboro on US 158
36°26′18″N 77°08′55″W / 36.438333°N 77.148611°W / 36.438333; -77.148611 (Francis Parker House)
Murfreesboro One-and-one-half-story, hall and parlor plan, Georgian-style frame dwelling with a one-story rear wing.
12 J.E. Piland House
J.E. Piland House
September 10, 2004
148 Mt. Carmel Rd.
36°30′57″N 77°20′06″W / 36.515833°N 77.335°W / 36.515833; -77.335 (J.E. Piland House)
Margarettsville Two-story, L-shaped, transitional Queen Anne/Colonial Revival style frame dwelling with a one-story rear wing.
13 Princeton Site November 25, 1980
Approximately three miles north of Murfreesboro on the Meherrin River. Address restricted.
Murfreesboro Archaeological site that encompasses the former town of "Prince Town" or "Princeton." No structures remain above ground.
14 Seaboard Historic District
Seaboard Historic District
September 15, 2005
Bounded by Main, Church and Washington Sts, and NC 186
36°29′15″N 77°26′34″W / 36.4875°N 77.442778°W / 36.4875; -77.442778 (Seaboard Historic District)
Seaboard Mix of nationally popular styles and vernacular forms common to railroad towns that developed in North Carolina during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
15 Verona
May 29, 1975
West of Jackson
36°23′15″N 77°28′51″W / 36.3875°N 77.480833°W / 36.3875; -77.480833 (Verona)
Jackson One-story, six-bay, T-shaped, Italian Villa-style frame dwelling. In ruins.
16 Warren Place December 19, 2019
925 Willis Hare Rd.
36°29′20″N 77°10′47″W / 36.4888°N 77.1796°W / 36.4888; -77.1796 (Warren Place)
Pendleton vicinity
17 Woodland-Olney School
Woodland-Olney School
October 8, 1997
Main St., east of the junction of Magnolia and Main Sts.
36°19′40″N 77°13′08″W / 36.327778°N 77.218889°W / 36.327778; -77.218889 (Woodland-Olney School)
Woodland Two-story, eleven-bay, U-shaped, Classical Revival-style brick building.

See also


  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved November 18, 2022.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.