Roving Reporter | Renovations Planned for 1867 R.H. Wood House on N. Magnolia by Anne Hunt

I am working on an exciting project...I have been charged to lead the restoration of the 1867 R.H. Wood House on N. Magnolia. The plans are to return it to it's well deserved place in Rockport history. We restored our own home, the 1868 Fulton Bruhl House (next door to the R-F Chamber of Commerce) so we have travelled this road before. I am looking for descendants of the Wood and Ray families who lived in the home who might be willing to sharing stories and photos of the house. We especially need documentation of what the house looked like from 1920-2007 in order to return the home to a a certain period of time. We also plan to apply for it to be listed as a Registered Texas Historic Landmark. Please email me with any information you might be able to share or connect me to someone who might be family. We have some photos from the ACHS lab, but only one of the front of the house. Thank you in advance for your help! Anne Hunt annemariehunt@gmail.com

Comments

Ramona Day said…
How wonderful!!!
Anonymous said…
I haven't any information about your new old house, but your renovation on the Fulton Bruhl House is just about the most beautiful job I've ever seen. I'm so happy you're taking on another project.

Wendy Laubach
Lamar
Anonymous said…
I can't wait to see what you do with this house....I know it's going to be awesome!

Marsha Brundrett
Anonymous said…
Thank you for saving another Rockport Treasure

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