Jefferson Pilgrimage

Angell Manor

502 E. Taylor Street

Built in the 1870s by F.A. Schluter, this home is of a Queen Anne Victorian Free Classic style and shows up on the H. Brosius Bird’s Eye View painting of Jefferson done in 1872. The main house is a traditional “dog trot” style, with crown and dentil molding on the ceilings and a expansive wraparound porch.  After several owners and a period of vacancy, the house fell into disrepair until 1994 when Ralph & Pat Daniel restored the main house and 2 Carriage Houses and a large kitchen was added to the main house. Angell Manor is currently owned by Doug and Shirley Thompson. Shirley’s Great Grandfather, Drew Champion mustered into the 19th Texas Infantry, under Col. Waterhouse, in Jefferson in 1862.

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