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-====== Joseph H. Hughes House ======+====== Joseph H. Hughes House (BE 208) ======
 The Hughes House, owned in 1883 by J.H. Hughes, is perhaps the oldest surviving house in the vicinity of [[richwood_presbyterian_church|Richwood Church]]. Built in [[1836]], the house is one of the two-story, four-bay hall-parlor houses especially popular in the early nineteenth century [[Boone County]]. Unlike most of the other examples, it has one instead of two doors in the facade. ​   The Hughes House, owned in 1883 by J.H. Hughes, is perhaps the oldest surviving house in the vicinity of [[richwood_presbyterian_church|Richwood Church]]. Built in [[1836]], the house is one of the two-story, four-bay hall-parlor houses especially popular in the early nineteenth century [[Boone County]]. Unlike most of the other examples, it has one instead of two doors in the facade. ​  
  
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