Dr. John A. Johnson House
804 Pinckney St.;(Beaufort County)
R120 004 000 570B 0000
March 9 1998
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
facade & both elevations
National Register Determination:
contributes to listed district
Signficant Architectural Features:
Raised two story brick structure "T" shaped in plan. Main 5 bay facade faces south. Entrance now via marble steps supported on brick arch rising from Pinckney Street to east. Openings to double height porch are in form of French doors at first and sec
Partial rebuilding of rear elevation following collapse during early 1970's. Subsequently a single story brick addition was introduced along the north facade.
Dr. John Johnson and his wife, Claudia Talbird, are thought to have built this three-story house in the 1850s. The house was still owned by Dr. Johnson at opening of Civil War and was used during that war as part of Union Hospital #3. In 1973, a chimney
Source of Historical Information:
National Archives RG 58, Direct Tax Claim. Historic Beaufort Foundation historic sites survey files.