Dr. Mudd House Pictures

In November of 1857, Dr. Samuel A. Mudd married his childhood sweetheart Sarah Frances Dyer. Shortly after their union, Dr. Mudd and his new wife were given 218 acres of prime farmland called St. Catherine’s by Dr. Mudd’s father, Henry Lowe Mudd. Henry Mudd went on to commission the building of a house on the property for the new couple to live in. It took two years to construct the house but by 1859 the Mudds arrived in their new home. From that time up to the present, the Mudd family has maintained possession of the house. Today, the Mudd house is a private museum dedicated to Dr. Mudd and his descendants. The Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House Museum is open seasonally from early spring to late fall.

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