Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 82003674
Historic Name EVERIDGE CABIN AND CEMETERY
Description of Significance THE ORIGINAL, HEWN-LOG DOGTROT CABIN WITH HALF DOVETAIL NOTCHES WAS CONSTRUCTED CA. 1834 BY THOMAS EVERIDGE, AN ENGLISHMAN MARRIED TO A FULL-BLOOD CHOCTAW WOMAN, EVA BRASHEARS. LATER, A BOARD-AND-BATTEN ELL WAS ADDED AND FULL LENGTH, SHED ROOF PORCHES ADDED TO EACH SIDE. NEARBY IS THE CEMETERY, IN WHICH ARE INTERRED NOT ONLY FAMILY, BUT FAMILY-OWNED SLAVES. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 3/31/82.
Current Name
Address NORTH OF SPRING HILL ROAD AND N4310 ROAD
City HUGO
County CHOCTAW
Lot
Block
Current Section 13
Township 7S
Range 18E
Type BUILDING
Historic Function SINGLE DWELLING/FUNERARY
Current Function SINGLE DWELLING/FUNERARY
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 EXPLORATION/SETTLEMENT
Date Prepared 1980
Year Built 1834
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder THOMAS WILLIE EVERIDGE, BUILDER
Architectural Style
Roof Material METAL
Wall Material WOOD
Window Material WOOD
Door Material
Decorative Details NONE
Condition GOOD
Comments ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS HAVE NOT AT ALL DESTROYED THE ORIGINAL INTEGRITY OF THE STRUCTURE.
Restricted N