Photo of the Day — William Reese Julian House

William Reese Julian House — built at Cherokee in 1819 and moved in the 1840’s to Tuscumbia Landing on the Tennessee River, then pulled by oxen to its present location.  Confederate Lt. Col. William Reese Julian commanded Julian’s Battalion under Roddey at the Battle of Day’s Gap. He was the first Sheriff of Colbert County

 

William Reese Julian House

William Reese Julian House

February 12, 2013 with Star magnolia in bloom

William Reece Julian

William Reece Julian

March 03, 2011 with saucer magnolia

 

William Reece Julian

William Reece Julian

April 12, 2010 with pink dogwood in bloom.

Photos copyrighted by Mary Carton

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2 Responses to Photo of the Day — William Reese Julian House

  1. william says:

    is the place haunted and if so whos the owner of the house current
    u can email me william at judgewilliams26@aol.com

    • I haven’t heard anything in this house, but there are several homes and businesses in Tuscumbia that are considered to have spirits. Depot, Winston home at Deshler High. Usually in October, there is a haunted places tour.

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