HENDERSON FARIBAULT HOUSE

HENDERSON FARIBAULT HOUSE

175
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Hillsborugh
NC
Built in
1872
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  • Sat, 07/16/2016 - 10:40pm by sevy

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175
,
Hillsborugh
NC
Built in
1872
Construction type: 
Type: 
Use: 

 

December 2015 (TMLS)

It appears from a brief perusal of the online deed records that this property and those immediately adjacent were owned by Henderson Faribault, 1843-1902, who appears to be buried in the Margaret Lane cemetery.

Per Rosetta Moore in "The Impact of Slavery On the Education of Blacks in Orange County, North Carolina: 1619-1970," Faribault was a cook at the Concord Hotel, at the Bingham School in Mebane, and at UNC-G, among other stints. With his wife, Peggy Long-Faribault, he had eight children who attended the Congregational School at Hillsborough. Per Moore, he amassed forty acres and left each child a home.

December 2015 (TMLS)

December 2015 (TMLS)

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