Sappington-Concord Area Historic Sites
There are numerous historic sites in the Sappington-Concord area, some of them listed on this page. Included are both sites that are restored and open to the public for historic viewing, and those sites that are privately occupied and can be viewed from the outside in an as-is condition, some restored, some in states that may not reflect the original condition of the buildings. The intent of this listing is not to be comprehensive, but to give a taste of the rich heritage of the Sappington-Concord area.
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Historic sites that are restored and open to the public.
US Grant National HIstoric Site, White Haven.
Thomas Sappington House
See page for Thomas Sappington House
Father Dickson Cemetery
Historic sites that are privately occupied, viewable from the exterior
The Long House log cabin
The following are homes related to the Sappington family
Mark Sappington-Arban House p 254 in the green book. See more on the Mark Sappington-Arban house page.
William Henry Sappington home located at entrance to Briarstone Estates on Gravois Road. p 272 in the green book.
Dr. Frank Sappington home on Sappington Road just north of Lindbergh, second story removed, slave cabin in back yard, p 271 in the green book.
Tyrie Sappington home, built on property he owned between 1857 and 1884. Later owned by his son, Joseph S. Sappington, at Gravois and Kennerly, p 257 in the green book.
Joseph B. Sappington home, later owned by Theobold Stolz, William D. Stolz, henry Hertel and James Lubbock. 1814 or 1815, p 250 in the green book.
Joseph B. Sappington home, interior.
Sappington-Dressel home moved to Defiance, MO viewable at Boonesfield Village, p 248 in the green book.
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