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Image of Old Siloam Methodist Church - Site of  Old Siloam Methodist Church and Cemetery, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam vicinity.  According to SIMPLE TREASURES, Old Siloam Methodist stood vacant for years until the property was purchased by the Friends Meeting.  The present brick veneered structure on the site is still used by the Friends congregation.  The adjacent cemetery, with gravestones of many prominent local citizens - particularly members of the Reeves and Marion families - dates from at least the 1840s and serves as a physical reminder of Old Siloam Methodist.  State Record 193.

Old Siloam Methodist Church - Site of Old Siloam Methodist Church and Cemetery, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam vicinity. According to SIMPLE TREASURES, Old Siloam Methodist stood vacant for years until the property was purchased by the Friends Meeting. The present brick veneered structure on the site is still used by the Friends congregation. The adjacent cemetery, with gravestones of many prominent local citizens - particularly members of the Reeves and Marion families - dates from at least the 1840s and serves as a physical reminder of Old Siloam Methodist. State Record 193.

Site of Old Siloam Methodist Church and Cemetery, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam vicinity. According to SIMPLE TREASURES, Old Siloam Methodist stood vacant for years until the property was purchased by the Friends Meeting. The present brick veneered structure on the site is still used by the Friends congregation. The adjacent cemetery, with gravestones of many prominent local citizens - particularly members of the Reeves and Marion families - dates from at least the 1840s and serves as a physical reminder of Old Siloam Methodist. State Record 193.

Image of Log Structure - Single-pen log structure immediately behind a one-story frame house which family tradition associates with Henry Crissman.  It is located on SR 2080 in the Siloam Township.  Its history and date of construction are not known.  State Record 176.

Log Structure - Single-pen log structure immediately behind a one-story frame house which family tradition associates with Henry Crissman. It is located on SR 2080 in the Siloam Township. Its history and date of construction are not known. State Record 176.

Single-pen log structure immediately behind a one-story frame house which family tradition associates with Henry Crissman. It is located on SR 2080 in the Siloam Township. Its history and date of construction are not known. State Record 176.

Image of Marion-Atkinson Home - Marion-Atkinson House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam community, State Record 184.  For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 248.

Marion-Atkinson Home - Marion-Atkinson House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam community, State Record 184. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 248.

Marion-Atkinson House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam community, State Record 184. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 248.

Image of Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room - Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam community, State Record 196.  Note on back of picture reads, "Old office building and Reeves kitchen and dining room."  For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES, page 245.

Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room - Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam community, State Record 196. Note on back of picture reads, "Old office building and Reeves kitchen and dining room." For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES, page 245.

Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam community, State Record 196. Note on back of picture reads, "Old office building and Reeves kitchen and dining room." For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES, page 245.

Image of Reeves Office Building - Reeves office building, also known as the Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam community, State Record 195.  For more information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 245.

Reeves Office Building - Reeves office building, also known as the Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam community, State Record 195. For more information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 245.

Reeves office building, also known as the Reeves Kitchen/Dining Room, located on SR 2081 in the Siloam community, State Record 195. For more information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 245.

Image of Tate House - Tate House, a vernacular log structure located on SR 1003 in the Siloam community, State Record 181.  For more information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 241.

Tate House - Tate House, a vernacular log structure located on SR 1003 in the Siloam community, State Record 181. For more information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 241.

Tate House, a vernacular log structure located on SR 1003 in the Siloam community, State Record 181. For more information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 241.

Image of Cundiff House - C.C. Cundiff House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam vicinity, State Record 207.  For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 249.

Cundiff House - C.C. Cundiff House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam vicinity, State Record 207. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 249.

C.C. Cundiff House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam vicinity, State Record 207. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 249.

Image of Cundiff House - C. C. Cundiff House, located on SR 2230 Siloam vicinity, State Record 207.  For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 249.

Cundiff House - C. C. Cundiff House, located on SR 2230 Siloam vicinity, State Record 207. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 249.

C. C. Cundiff House, located on SR 2230 Siloam vicinity, State Record 207. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 249.

Image of Siloam Ferry - Siloam Ferry.  At upper right, beside basket used for carrying mail, is R. Lackey Hall, the owner.  Jonas R. Hall, his brother, is in the buggy.  Will Taylor is the man in the small boat.  The ferryman is Jim Bowman.   The photo was provided by Mrs. Betty Hall Shore of Clemmons, whose grandfather ran the ferry.

Siloam Ferry - Siloam Ferry. At upper right, beside basket used for carrying mail, is R. Lackey Hall, the owner. Jonas R. Hall, his brother, is in the buggy. Will Taylor is the man in the small boat. The ferryman is Jim Bowman. The photo was provided by Mrs. Betty Hall Shore of Clemmons, whose grandfather ran the ferry.

Siloam Ferry. At upper right, beside basket used for carrying mail, is R. Lackey Hall, the owner. Jonas R. Hall, his brother, is in the buggy. Will Taylor is the man in the small boat. The ferryman is Jim Bowman. The photo was provided by Mrs. Betty Hall Shore of Clemmons, whose grandfather ran the ferry.

Image of Poplar Springs School - Poplar Springs School, SiloamTownship, Surry County, North Carolina.  This school is a typical country schoolhouse built in Surry County during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.  After the school closes probably in the late 1920s or early 1930s a polygonal "apse" was added to the rear and the building was used as the Poplar Springs Church.

Poplar Springs School - Poplar Springs School, SiloamTownship, Surry County, North Carolina. This school is a typical country schoolhouse built in Surry County during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. After the school closes probably in the late 1920s or early 1930s a polygonal "apse" was added to the rear and the building was used as the Poplar Springs Church.

Poplar Springs School, SiloamTownship, Surry County, North Carolina. This school is a typical country schoolhouse built in Surry County during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. After the school closes probably in the late 1920s or early 1930s a polygonal "apse" was added to the rear and the building was used as the Poplar Springs Church.

Image of Stanford School - Stanford School, Siloam Township, Surry County, North Carolina was built around 1912 to replace an earlier one room schoolhouse which had stood behind it.  It operated until around 1930 and it was often called the big school because it was larger than many others of the period.  (Pine Hill vicinity)

Stanford School - Stanford School, Siloam Township, Surry County, North Carolina was built around 1912 to replace an earlier one room schoolhouse which had stood behind it. It operated until around 1930 and it was often called the big school because it was larger than many others of the period. (Pine Hill vicinity)

Stanford School, Siloam Township, Surry County, North Carolina was built around 1912 to replace an earlier one room schoolhouse which had stood behind it. It operated until around 1930 and it was often called the big school because it was larger than many others of the period. (Pine Hill vicinity)

Image of Dr. Taylor Flippen Office - Dr. Taylor Flippen  office, Siloam, North Carolina.  Dr. Taylor Flippin was one of five members of the Flippen family who practiced medicine in Surry County during the twentieth century.  He was a general practitioner in the Siloam area for half a century.  The office was located  across the road from his residence.

Dr. Taylor Flippen Office - Dr. Taylor Flippen office, Siloam, North Carolina. Dr. Taylor Flippin was one of five members of the Flippen family who practiced medicine in Surry County during the twentieth century. He was a general practitioner in the Siloam area for half a century. The office was located across the road from his residence.

Dr. Taylor Flippen office, Siloam, North Carolina. Dr. Taylor Flippin was one of five members of the Flippen family who practiced medicine in Surry County during the twentieth century. He was a general practitioner in the Siloam area for half a century. The office was located across the road from his residence.

Image of Reeves Store and Post Office - Reeves Store and Post Office, Siloam, North Carolina.  The brothers Richard Elwell and Micajah Coke Reeves shared a homestead overlooking the Yadkin River in Siloam.  Together they operated a large farm of over one thousand acres and under the firm name of R. E. &  M. C. Reeves, they ran a general store/post office, a mill, and a tobacco factory about a half mile north of their home. Of these three enterprises, only the store building remains.

Reeves Store and Post Office - Reeves Store and Post Office, Siloam, North Carolina. The brothers Richard Elwell and Micajah Coke Reeves shared a homestead overlooking the Yadkin River in Siloam. Together they operated a large farm of over one thousand acres and under the firm name of R. E. & M. C. Reeves, they ran a general store/post office, a mill, and a tobacco factory about a half mile north of their home. Of these three enterprises, only the store building remains.

Reeves Store and Post Office, Siloam, North Carolina. The brothers Richard Elwell and Micajah Coke Reeves shared a homestead overlooking the Yadkin River in Siloam. Together they operated a large farm of over one thousand acres and under the firm name of R. E. & M. C. Reeves, they ran a general store/post office, a mill, and a tobacco factory about a half mile north of their home. Of these three enterprises, only the store building remains.

Image of Atkinson House - Grained door, Samuel J. Atkinson House, Siloam.  For additional information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 19.

Atkinson House - Grained door, Samuel J. Atkinson House, Siloam. For additional information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 19.

Grained door, Samuel J. Atkinson House, Siloam. For additional information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 19.

Image of Marion House - Jubal E. Marion-Richard Nathaniel Marion House, SR 2230, Siloam.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 248 and state record 184.

Marion House - Jubal E. Marion-Richard Nathaniel Marion House, SR 2230, Siloam. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 248 and state record 184.

Jubal E. Marion-Richard Nathaniel Marion House, SR 2230, Siloam. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 248 and state record 184.

Image of Marion Brothers Store - Marion Brothers Store.  Around 1905 Newton Coke "Bud" Marion and Jeremiah Richard "Babe" Marion built this two story brick store in Siloam.  See SIMPLE TREASURES, page 240 for more information.

Marion Brothers Store - Marion Brothers Store. Around 1905 Newton Coke "Bud" Marion and Jeremiah Richard "Babe" Marion built this two story brick store in Siloam. See SIMPLE TREASURES, page 240 for more information.

Marion Brothers Store. Around 1905 Newton Coke "Bud" Marion and Jeremiah Richard "Babe" Marion built this two story brick store in Siloam. See SIMPLE TREASURES, page 240 for more information.

Image of Aaron Whitaker House - Aaron Whitaker House, SR 2081 Siloam, close-up view of two-story porch.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 245 and state record 194.

Aaron Whitaker House - Aaron Whitaker House, SR 2081 Siloam, close-up view of two-story porch. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 245 and state record 194.

Aaron Whitaker House, SR 2081 Siloam, close-up view of two-story porch. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 245 and state record 194.

Image of B. A. Key Store - B. A. Key Store, SR 2038, Pine Hill vicinity, Siloam Township, early 20th century, now abandoned and badly deteriorated.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and state record 185.

B. A. Key Store - B. A. Key Store, SR 2038, Pine Hill vicinity, Siloam Township, early 20th century, now abandoned and badly deteriorated. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and state record 185.

B. A. Key Store, SR 2038, Pine Hill vicinity, Siloam Township, early 20th century, now abandoned and badly deteriorated. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and state record 185.

Image of Holder-Shore House - Holder-Shore House, SR 2080, Siloam.  Abandoned farmhouse built in 1870s or 1880s.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES 243 and state record 180.

Holder-Shore House - Holder-Shore House, SR 2080, Siloam. Abandoned farmhouse built in 1870s or 1880s. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES 243 and state record 180.

Holder-Shore House, SR 2080, Siloam. Abandoned farmhouse built in 1870s or 1880s. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES 243 and state record 180.

Image of Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House - Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township.  The mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House - Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. The mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. The mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.