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13 - GEORGE HOME

801 N. Adams, Beeville.

Built in 1890 by Will H. and Julia George of materials from early house on land inherited from her father, Major J. H. Wood (Texas cattle empire builder) who came from New York to join Texas War for Independence. Remodeled in 1900, house is raised cottage architecture and has elegantly detailed interior woodwork. Many social and cultural functions were held here at turn of century. Present owner is Mrs. Mary M. Welder, a Wood descendant.
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