Silver Houses Historic District

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Silver Houses Historic District is a national historic district near Darlington, Harford County, Maryland, United States. It is a group of mid-19th century farmsteads and a church in rural east central Harford County. The district comprises a total of 36 resources, including four stone residences with related agricultural outbuildings, and the site of a fifth stone house, marked by a large frame barn, a frame tenant house, and two outbuildings. The houses were built between 1853 and 1859 by members of the Silver family. The district also includes the Deer Creek Harmony Presbyterian Church, a Gothic-influenced stone building of 1871, designed by John W. Hogg.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

Contributing properties

Deer Creek Harmony Presbyterian Church, 440 Darlington Road Benjamin Silver House and John A. Silver House Site, 3646 Harmony Church Road Jeremiah P. Silver House, "Lebanon," aka "Seven Springs Farm," 337 Fox Road Silas B. Silver House, "Silverton", 3643 Harmony Church Road William F. Silver House, "Shadowstone Farm", 521 Darlington Road
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