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When the house was restored, three twig and linen dolls were found in the walls. These were counter-magic features intended to ward off witchcraft spells. Other devices of this nature include witch bottles with hair, pierced red cloth hearts, . . . — — Map (db m175679) HM
The original chimney pile (bake oven, three hearths, and pilastered cap above the roof) is a rare survival. As indication of how ambitious the builder was, the chimney included a domed bake oven in the side of the hall hearth . . . — — Map (db m175677) HM
Owned and Administered by the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council
Furnished for the period of time when Joseph and Sara Wickham lived here.
Houses from eastern Long Island have an unusual plan, the Kitchen (keeping . . . — — Map (db m175642) HM
On Main Road at Cases Lane, on the right when traveling east on Main Road.
Built in 1649 in Southold by John Budd and moved to Cutchogue in 1660. The oldest English house in the state, it is considered the finest example of its type in this country. Restored in 1940 as part of the tercentenary celebration of Southold town. — — Map (db m175639) HM