Thornton Building This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Researcher: William House ..this may have been one of the first stores in Faison, may date back to 1850s...I was wrong on a few things when I first research this... Moore Lee Thornton did buy interest in the store but never owned the store lot...the Faison's 1st own the store & lot, then it was sold to John Oates,,,Oates partnered up with Thornton....Oates sold his interest to [Sebron] Weeks...Oates sold the land to Thomas Perrett....Weeks lost his interest in the store due to a note on borrowed money, which Dr. John M. Faison bought, but it continued as Weeks & Thornton store lot. In 1890s changed to Faison & Thornton.. In 1905 the heirs of Thornton sold their interest of the Thornton 1/2 of store to William E. Thornton....In 1911, Perrett sold the store lot to Thornton for $325....In 1915, Dr. Faison sold his 1/2 interest in the Faison & Thornton for $350....By 1915, Thornton owned the store & store lot...
Atlantic Coast Line Depot in Faison
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