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The Capertons'
Old Union Academy
Old Union Academy
The Old Union Academy is in Union, West Virginia. Hugh Caperton and the Beirne family built the house in 1820. It was built by the same builder of Elmwood. The house was a school for the first fifty years and then became a private residence.
Old Union Academy
Adam Harrison Caperton House
Adam Harrison Caperton House
House built by Adam Harrison Caperton (D-228) Circa: 1840 located near Stevenson, Alabama
Adam Harrison Caperton House
Andrew J. Caperton's home
Andrew J. Caperton's home
Andrew Jackson Caperton's home in Greenwood Arkansas
Andrew J. Caperton's home
Slab Fork
Slab Fork
This home is Slab Fork West Virginia was reportedly built by a Caperton. If you have additional information on it please contact me at donald@caperton.info
Slab Fork
Elmwood
Elmwood
Elmwood Summer, Hay cutting
Elmwood
Elmwood
Elmwood
Elmwood: Snow 2002
Elmwood
Elmwood2
Elmwood2
Elmwood: Snow 2002
Elmwood2
Gaston Caperton I House
Gaston Caperton I House
The Gaston Caperton I house at Main and South St. in Union WV. House was built circa 1850's photo 1920
Gaston Caperton I House
George H. Caperton House
George H. Caperton House
Possible ruins of George Henry Caperton's (D-24A) house in Caperton, West Virginia.?
George H. Caperton House
Wyndridge Guest House
Wyndridge Guest House
Guest house to Wyndridge. Wyndridge was built by William Gaston Caperton, Jr. (E-2455) near Union WV in the 1870's. William's Daughter Rose (F-24552) lived there until her death in 1970.
Wyndridge Guest House
Wyndridge Parlor
Wyndridge Parlor
Wyndridge was built by William Gaston Caperton, Jr. (E-2455) near Union WV in the 1870's. William's Daughter Rose (F-24552) lived there until her death in 1970.
Wyndridge Parlor
Wyndridge
Wyndridge
Wyndridge was built by William Gaston Caperton, Jr. (E-2455) near Union WV in the 1870's. William's Daughter Rose (F-24552) lived there until her death in 1970.
Wyndridge
Wyndridge Parlor
Wyndridge Parlor
Wyndridge was built by William Gaston Caperton, Jr. (E-2455) near Union WV in the 1870's. William's Daughter Rose (F-24552) lived there until her death in 1970.
Wyndridge Parlor
Rye-Caperton House
Rye-Caperton House
315 South Walnut, Albany. Built in 1874 as an office building, it was moved to Albany from Fort Griffin in 1879. Owner, Edgar Rye was a newspaper publisher and cartoonist, sold the building in 1896 to Anna F. Caperton.
Rye-Caperton House
 
 
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