Whittle Street
Chatham, Virginia

Edited by Henry Mitchell.

North Side of the 100 Block


103 Whittle

103 Whittle (6/2005). This double-gabled Gothic Revival cottage was owned in its early days by Sheriff William Irvine “Buck” Overbey. Its outdoor kitchen, used for preparing food for the jail as well as the household, still stands in the back yard.



107 Whittle

107 Whittle (6/2005).



111 Whittle

111 Whittle (6/2005).



113 Whittle

113 Whittle (6/2005).



117 Whittle

117 Whittle (6/2005).



121 Whittle

121 Whittle (6/2005).



South Side of the 100 Block


106 Whittle

106 Whittle (6/2005). This Homestead-style house was built around 1900.



110 Whittle

110 Whittle (6/2005). This Princess Anne style house was built by the Bolanz family during the 1890's. (See also further information.)



114 Whittle

114 Whittle (6/2005). This American Foursquare was built by building supply owner Roy Law for his own residence, around 1920.



118 Whittle

118 Whittle (6/2005). This house was built by Roy Law for the Crews family around 1925.



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