Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Captain Albert Rogers Residence
Built for Captain Albert Rogers, a whaling captain, in 1843 in Southampton. In 1899 the house was purchased by Samuel Longstreth Parrish, an attorney, who went on to add numerous additions eventually doubling the size of the house as well as moving it back 100 feet from Main Street. Click HERE to see the house on google earth, and click HERE for info on the museum that operates in the house.