Malcolm F Crawford

  • American

Malcolm Crawford, one of Thomas Jefferson's master carpenters at the University of Virginia was in partnership with Lyman Peck, another principal University carpenter. Together, often teaming with renowned brick mason, William B Phillips, Crawford and Peck built houses and courthouses throughout Virginia. They constructed twenty-seven of the University student rooms, numerous private dwellings, as well as a number of courthouses, including Greene and Page Counties, and possibly Caroline County. Additionally, the two teamed with Richard Boulware to construct the courthouse in Madison County. Crawford also constructed the courthouses in Spotsylvania and Rappahannock Counties. - NRHP


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Madison County Courthouse Madison
Architect Lewis Farm Charlottesville
1822/10/00 Tucker Cottage is built or renovated and enlarged to serve as a guest dwelling for St George Tucker who, with his wife, is seeking refuge from the yellow fever outbreaks in Williamsburg and Richmond, 1820-1822. Carpenter Edgewood Wingina
1828/00/00 Malcolm F Crawford builds the current two-story, brick main house at Edge Hill in the style of Monticello. Architect, Master Carpenter Edgehill Shadwell
1833/00/00 Page County Courthouse in Luray, Page County, Virginia is built by Malcolm Crawford and William B Philips, 1832-1833. Architect Page County Courthouse Luray
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