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NPS Form 10-900 OMB No.

1024-0018
United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service
National Register of Historic Places Registration Form
This form is for use in nominating or requesting determinations for individual properties and districts. See instructions in National Register
Bulletin, How to Complete the National Register of Historic Places Registration Form. If any item does not apply to the property being
documented, enter "N/A" for "not applicable." For functions, architectural classification, materials, and areas of significance, enter only
categories and subcategories from the instructions.

1. Name of Property
Historic name: ___The James Thomas House_____________________
Other names/site number: _____________________________________
Name of related multiple property listing:
___N/A____________________________________________________
(Enter "N/A" if property is not part of a multiple property listing
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2. Location
Street & number: _5765 Glasgow Road____________________________________
City or town: _Smiths Grove__ State: _Kentucky______ County: __Warren_______
Not For Publication: Vicinity:
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3. State/Federal Agency Certification
As the designated authority under the National Historic Preservation Act, as amended,
I hereby certify that this X nomination ___ request for determination of eligibility meets
the documentation standards for registering properties in the National Register of Historic
Places and meets the procedural and professional requirements set forth in 36 CFR Part 60.
In my opinion, the property _X_ meets ___ does not meet the National Register Criteria. I
recommend that this property be considered significant at the following
level(s) of significance:
___national ___statewide _X_local
Applicable National Register Criteria:
___A ___B _X_C ___D

Signature of certifying official/Title: Date
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State or Federal agency/bureau or Tribal Government

In my opinion, the property meets does not meet the National Register criteria.

Signature of commenting official: Date

Title : State or Federal agency/bureau
or Tribal Government

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4. National Park Service Certification
I hereby certify that this property is:
entered in the National Register
determined eligible for the National Register
determined not eligible for the National Register
removed from the National Register
other (explain:) _____________________

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Signature of the Keeper Date of Action
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5. Classification
Ownership of Property
(Check as many boxes as apply.)
Private: X

Public – Local

Public – State

Public – Federal

Category of Property
(Check only one box.)

Building(s) X

District

Site

Structure

Object

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Number of Resources within Property
(Do not include previously listed resources in the count)
Contributing Noncontributing
____ 1_______ _____________ buildings

_____________ _____________ sites

_____1_______ _____________ structures

_____________ _____________ objects

_____________ ______________ Total

Number of contributing resources previously listed in the National Register _________
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6. Function or Use
Historic Functions
(Enter categories from instructions.)
DOMESTIC/single dwelling= House
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Current Functions
(Enter categories from instructions.)
DOMESTIC/single dwelling= House
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7. Description

Architectural Classification
(Enter categories from instructions.)
EARLY REPUBLIC: Federal
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Materials: (enter categories from instructions.)
Principal exterior materials of the property: Foundation: Stone/ concrete block
Walls: Brick
Roof: Asphalt
Other: Aluminum / Vinyl

Narrative Description
(Describe the historic and current physical appearance and condition of the property. Describe
contributing and noncontributing resources if applicable. Begin with a summary paragraph that
briefly describes the general characteristics of the property, such as its location, type, style,
method of construction, setting, size, and significant features. Indicate whether the property has
historic integrity.)
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Summary Paragraph

The James Thomas House is a two story brick Federal style domestic dwelling with two side

additions, a side gabled roof, a front porch, and a rear ell. The walls are solid brick and the roof

is covered in asphalt shingles, and the foundation on the additions are concrete blocks. The

interior still has its original staircase intact and the doorjambs remain. The house is located in

Smiths Grove, Kentucky, on the south side of Glasgow Road and about ¼ mile East of I-65. The

House is relatively isolated in an agricultural stretch of land, is about 20 feet from the road, and

contains two large trees on its front lawn. A drive goes along the East side of the house as well

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as the front. The yard is well maintained and slopes slightly uphill. About fifty feet away from

the main house are the remains of a stone springhouse, presumably the same age of the house,

and is constructed with large, cut stones. The property is in good condition, but has had

significant alterations in its recent history.

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Narrative Description

The James Thomas house is a single dwelling located ¼ mile from I-65, on the South side of

Glasgow Road in Smiths Grove, Kentucky. The house is not surrounded by other homes, and a

wide expanse of farmland extends South of the property. The house has two side additions, a

rear ell, and a garage behind the house close to the driveway. About fifty feet right of the façade

are the remains of a stone springhouse.

The central structure is two stories tall, three-bay, and has a side gabled roof with

overhanging eaves, covered with asphalt shingles. The plan contains a central hall, one room

deep on each side, and is single pile. It is constructed of solid brick three layers thick. The

façade is finished with Flemish bond, and the sides, chimneys, and rear are finished with

common bond. The back of the central structure has a window on the East side of the second

story.

Two side additions are frame with a brick common bond brick veneer. These have side

gabled roofs with overhanging eaves. A window is placed on each side of each addition, and

these are vinyl windows with plastic shutters. On the rear side of each addition are smaller

windows placed near the farthest edge from the center. The rear ell has a saltbox roof with

asphalt shingles, and the West side of this addition has four vinyl windows, a door on the farthest

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corner from the main structure. The South-facing side has one small window in the center and a

dog door to the left. The East side of the ell forms a courtyard with the driveway, and there are

six vinyl windows placed continuously side by side nearest the central structure, and to the left of

this row of windows is a door. A brick veneered set of steps leads up to the door.

An attached porch decks the façade of the central structure, and is constructed of aluminum

with an asphalt shingle roof. It is three-bay with four posts that serve as columns. The porch is

also reinforced by four pilasters attached to the façade. None of the original windows remain,

and the replacements are made of vinyl and do not contain individual panes of glass. On the

upper level of the façade on the right side, where there were once windows are doors. The doors

are Victorian era, one with vertical panes, the other a porch door with a large, single pane of

glass. The front door is not original but a vinyl door with a single pane of glass, and is covered

by a storm door with a pane of glass that extends the entire height. Two brick exterior chimney

flank each side of the house but are the bases are covered with the side additions.

Decorative features include stepped bricks on the upper part of the chimney and the brick

lintel above the front doorway. The design on the chimney has six steps, and the brick lintel

above the entry way consists of sixteen vertical bricks. The door on the upper level of the façade

to the right has decorative molding around the large pane of glass. Overall, the decorative

elements of the central structure are understated. The additions have no decorative features

outside of utilitarian use.

The plan of the central structure is one room on each side of the central hall, and is only one

room deep. It is single pile, and this serves as the only second story of the structure. The two

side additions are only one story. The original staircase remains, but the doors have been

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replaced by contemporary ones, and the wide doorjambs remain. The original mantels have also

been removed and the fireplaces enclosed.

About fifty feet from the main house are the remnants of a stone springhouse. The

springhouse was most likely built at the same time as the house, around 1827. The stones are cut

and are stacked neatly with exactness. No mortar remains if there ever was any. There is a

square chamber that goes deep into the ground, and all of the walls are intact except the back

wall, which has been destroyed by tree roots. Two of the three trees surrounding the springhouse

have been cut, perhaps to prevent further destruction by the roots. Its stones lay at the bottom of

the spring. A stone stairway with walls leads directly to the bottom of the spring. A

characteristic feature is the stone arch adorning the entryway at the bottom of the stair, which is

made up of five stones, including a keystone. The arch is freestanding.

Other manmade elements include an asphalt drive that is parallel to the front of the house,

and then this connects to another drive that goes along the left side from the façade of the

structure. The drive connects to a concrete courtyard that rests between the main structure and

the rear ell. Behind all of this is farmland.

The additions previously described were most likely added in the 1970s based on the photos

taken during for the Historic Resources Survey. The date is unknown for the rear ell, and it is

uncertain if it is the original ell covered with vinyl siding or a newly built addition altogether. In

several places on the original structures there are places were segments of the original brick have

been replaced with newer, harder bricks, and sections of the original brick have also been

repointed with concrete. The present structure rests on its original location, and the surrounded

land is rural. The home was built on many acres owned by the original builder and it can be

assumed that it is surrounded by some of its original land.

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8. Statement of Significance

Applicable National Register Criteria
(Mark "x" in one or more boxes for the criteria qualifying the property for National Register
listing.)

A. Property is associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the
broad patterns of our history.

B. Property is associated with the lives of persons significant in our past.

X C. Property embodies the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, or method of
construction or represents the work of a master, or possesses high artistic values,
or represents a significant and distinguishable entity whose components lack
individual distinction.

D. Property has yielded, or is likely to yield, information important in prehistory or
history.

Criteria Considerations
(Mark “x” in all the boxes that apply.)

A. Owned by a religious institution or used for religious purposes

B. Removed from its original location

C. A birthplace or grave

D. A cemetery

E. A reconstructed building, object, or structure

F. A commemorative property

G. Less than 50 years old or achieving significance within the past 50 years

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Areas of Significance
(Enter categories from instructions.)
__ARCHITECTURE__
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Period of Significance
_1800-1827__________
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Significant Dates
_1827______________
_c. 1970____________
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Significant Person
(Complete only if Criterion B is marked above.)
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Cultural Affiliation
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Architect/Builder
Davis Jackson Pattillo_
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Statement of Significance Summary Paragraph (Provide a summary paragraph that includes
level of significance, applicable criteria, justification for the period of significance, and any
applicable criteria considerations.)

The James Thomas House, built in 1827, is an example of Federal era architecture

influenced by Shaker construction techniques and is an example of the craftsmanship of a

regional builder. Contextually it relates to Federal era domestic architecture in Warren County,

Kentucky. Secondly, the James Thomas House relates to the context of the architectural

influence of the Shakers from the community of South Union. Thirdly, the house relates to the

craftsmanship and construction techniques of its builder, Davis Jackson Pattillo. The house meets

National Register Criterion C in the area of Architecture as an example of domestic Federal

architecture in Warren County and as the work of Davis Jackson Pattillo, influenced by the

Shakers.

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Narrative Statement of Significance (Provide at least one paragraph for each area of
significance.)

Located on the South side of Glasgow Road ¼ mile East of I-65 outside of Smiths Grove,

Kentucky, the James Thomas House is representative of the Shaker building techniques within

the broader scope of Federal architecture. The structure is about thirty feet from the road and is

relatively isolated, for it is surrounded by farmland. About fifty feet from the house are the

remains of a springhouse built with cut stones. A stone arch remains and is at the bottom of the

spring as one descends the stone stairs.

The James Thomas House can be placed in the context of other Federal era homes within

Warren County and how it falls into the architectural pattern of the time. Many Federal era

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homes in Warren County are on the National Register of Historic Places, or are awaiting

nomination.

A Federal home in Warren County is the John Sloss House (ID 79003536), and its

period of significance is 1800-1824. Though, unlike the James Thomas House, the plan is hall

and parlor, but dons the same Flemish bond and brick lintels on top of the windows. It is

significant because it is a rare and surviving example of a once common form. Within the

Bowling Green city limits is the Maria Moore House (ID 72000545) built in 1820. This

structure also represents Federal era architecture, but with some later Italianate additions. The

Peyton Cooke House (ID 79003504) located near Oakland, also has brick lintels and the Flemish

bond pattern but with an occasional row of headers. The William Gossom House (ID

79003499), built in 1810, also is an example of the Federal style in Warren County, but has three

bays like the James Thomas House. The Gardner House (ID 04000794), though located in Hart

County, is a hall and parlor plan, was built in 1810 and embodies Federal characteristics in its

architectural details, such as the brick lintels above the doors and windows.

Another hall and parlor plan is the John Jackson Ford House (ID 79003543), located in

Smiths Grove. A fascinating feature of the structure is the four exterior chimneys and double

doors; the structure has Flemish bond on the chimneys and south façade. It is also an

excellently preserved structure from the time. A single story structure is the Hall House (ID

79003527) and it has the defining characteristic of a semicircular brick arch over the front door.

Though a rare survival of a once common form, it also is representative of the form in the 1800-

1824 Period of Significance. The William P. Neale House (ID 80001688) is significant because

not only is it a survival of a once common form, but the bricks were fired on the property, and

the lumber for the walnut woodwork was felled on the property, thus embodying an earlier

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method of construction. Sterrett House (ID 79003501), and Jesse Middleton House (ID

79003507) are significant because it is a survival of not only an early method of building, but

also an unusual plan type with their central chimneys.

All of these structures are located within Warren and Hart County, Kentucky, embody

Federal domestic architecture, and are within the same Period of Significance of 1800-1827.

These homes are representative of the time, and the James Thomas house, with its physical

characteristics, fits into the lineage of these structures of being a representative of Federal

architecture in Warren County, Kentucky. There are variations between the structures; some are

of the hall and parlor plan, while others have a central hall and are single pile. But all are the

emblematic of this Period of Significance.

The Shaker village of South Union located in Auburn, Kentucky, was established in 1807

and continued until 1922. The community reached peak membership in the 1820s, and they had

a sustainable way of life. The buildings in the village complex were made from local stone, the

bricks were hand-made, and every aspect of the buildings was erected by the Shakers at South

Union. The Shakers of South Union had a more technologically advanced way of life compared

to most people living in South-central Kentucky at the time.

Shaker architecture valued simplicity, symmetrical balance, pristineness, immaculate

order and harmony, and most of all, craftsmanship. There was a lack of embellishment in their

buildings because of their focus on order and functionality and all architectural details were basic

forms. The symmetry and design was reminiscent of Federal architecture. The James Thomas

House, compared against the heritage of existent Shaker architecture, lacks ornamentation and

embellishment, and rather exists as a functional dwelling that stresses craftsmanship, function,

utilitarianism, and use.

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The James Thomas House was built by Davis Jackson Pattillo (c. 1808-1877). Born in

1808, Pattillo was born to Salley E. Davis and William Henry Pattillo of Logan County,

Kentucky. His mother divorced William Pattillo and brought her children to the South Union

Shaker community in Logan County. Pattillo was reared by the Shakers at South Union in the

early part of his life. It was there he was a brick mason, would have learned Shaker building

techniques, and most likely would have been involved in the construction of buildings in the

South Union community. The Shakers at South Union gave him the name “Servetus”. He later

left the Shaker community, became a lawyer, changed his name to Davis Jackson, and applied

his skills to the construction of his home, completed in 1827.

In a United States Federal Census from 1840, nine people are listed as living at his home.

A total of “free white persons” count to eight, and “total slaves” equals one. Of the “free white

persons” as listed on the census, six of them are under 20 years of age, and the majority of them

were likely Pattillo’s children. But of those six, one of the people is listed as being “employed in

agriculture”, so this was most likely a hand around the property. In the 1850 census, a Davis J.

Pattillo of Warren County, Kentucky, is listed as a “brick mason” and “farmer” owning property

with a value of $3000, when he was 42 years of age. One of his children on the census is also

listed as a brick mason. By the time of the 1860 census, Patillo is no longer listed as a brick

mason but a lawyer, but his son, named Thos, is noted as a brick mason. By 1866, in an IRS tax

assessment, Pattillo is noted as a claim agent, perhaps insinuating what he specialized in as a

lawyer, but in the 1870 census is still labeled as a lawyer.

The construction method is manifest in what survives of the James Thomas house and

speaks of the Shaker influence in its creation. The surviving dormitory at the South Union

Shaker village has the Flemish Bond on all sides of the structure, whereas the Wash House has

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the Common Bond on all sides, similar to how the James Thomas House has the Common Bond

on three sides but Flemish bond on the façade.

The original structure remains of the James Thomas House, but two one-story additions

have been added to each side of the house, and the rear ell is either a newer addition or an altered

original. The ell that exists is an addition completely covered in vinyl siding. The two side

additions were most likely built in the 1960s or 70s and are constructed with a veneer of bricks in

the Running Bond pattern. Each addition has windows on all three sides. The façade of the

house also has a porch addition that was likely built at the same time, and the attached porch

only covered the first level. None of the original windows remain, but interestingly, on the

façade, there are two Victorian era doors where there should be windows. It can be suggested

that at some point, a two-story porch existed that had two doors for entry. The porch has a

poured concrete floor and concrete block foundation, and the later additions also have concrete

foundations.

In the original part of the structure itself, two types of brick bonds are represented. The

façade displays the Flemish Bond, consisting of a continuous pattern of headers and stretchers.

The sides of the structure, the exterior chimneys, and the back all exhibit the Common Bond.

The Flemish Bond, being the more expensive of the bonds because it required more bricks, was

displayed on the façade to impress. This is where the home’s builder, Pattillo, could express his

wealth. A passerby at the time may have noticed the Flemish Bond on the home and not the less-

impressive Common Bond on the sides and back of the home.

Above the front door bricks are placed vertically and serve as a lintel. Though covered

by aluminum molding, it can be inferred the rest of the windows on the façade also have brick

lintels that still remain. But this is almost as decorative as the structure becomes. Considering

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the lack of adornment on Shaker buildings, it can be assumed that no ornate features existed on

the exterior of the building at the completion of construction. Its strengths would have rested in

its simplicity.

The structure’s integrity lies in its original location, the central structure is original, one

of the original outbuildings remain, and the present structure still embodies what it would have

looked like when it was constructed. There is no evidence that the house has been moved from

its present location, thus it would have been constructed with bricks made on site, considering

that Davis Jackson was a brick mason. Despite the additions, the original structure does remain,

and the rear ell could be original. The stone springhouse remains in its original location and is a

valuable example of stone springhouses in early 19th century Warren County and displays

excellent craftsmanship. Overall, the integrity lies in the craftsmanship that remains, not only

within the sphere of Federal architecture, but the James Thomas’ house Shaker influence due to

its builder, Davis Jackson Pattillo.

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9. Major Bibliographical References

Bibliography (Cite the books, articles, and other sources used in preparing this form.)

1840; Census Place: Warren, Kentucky; Roll: 125; Page: 71; Image: 815; Family History Library
Film: 0007832

1850; Census Place: District 2, Warren, Kentucky; Roll: M432_220; Page: 67A; Image: 425

1860; Census Place: District 1, Warren, Kentucky; Roll: M653_398; Page: 816; Image: 494; Family
History Library Film: 803398

1870; Census Place: Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky; Image: 276154

U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1862-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com
Operations Inc, 2008.

“Shaker Style”. Shaker Historic Trail: A National Register of Historic Placs Travel Itinerary.
November 24 2016. https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/shaker/shakerstyle.htm

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Previous documentation on file (NPS):

____ preliminary determination of individual listing (36 CFR 67) has been requested
____ previously listed in the National Register
____ previously determined eligible by the National Register
____ designated a National Historic Landmark
____ recorded by Historic American Buildings Survey #____________
____ recorded by Historic American Engineering Record # __________
____ recorded by Historic American Landscape Survey # ___________

Primary location of additional data:
____ State Historic Preservation Office
____ Other State agency
____ Federal agency
____ Local government
____ University
____ Other
Name of repository: _____________________________________

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Historic Resources Survey Number (if assigned): __WA-29________

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10. Geographical Data

Acreage of Property _______________

Use either the UTM system or latitude/longitude coordinates

Latitude/Longitude Coordinates (decimal degrees)
Datum if other than WGS84:__________
(enter coordinates to 6 decimal places)

1. Latitude: 37.031388 Longitude: 86.231388

2. Latitude: Longitude:

3. Latitude: Longitude:

4. Latitude: Longitude:

Or
UTM References
Datum (indicated on USGS map):

NAD 1927 or NAD 1983

1. Zone: Easting: Northing:

2. Zone: Easting: Northing:

3. Zone: Easting: Northing:

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4. Zone: Easting : Northing:

Verbal Boundary Description (Describe the boundaries of the property.)

Boundary Justification (Explain why the boundaries were selected.)

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11. Form Prepared By

name/title: Charlotte Brindley___________________________________________
organization: __Western Kentucky University______________________________
street & number: _317 North Main Street__________________________________
city or town: Adairville______________ state: _Kentucky________ zip code:_42202_
e-mail__charlotte.brindley796@topper.wku.edu_________________
telephone:___615-727-2382__________
date:_29 November 2016____________

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Additional Documentation

Submit the following items with the completed form:

• Maps: A USGS map or equivalent (7.5 or 15 minute series) indicating the property's
location.

• Sketch map for historic districts and properties having large acreage or numerous
resources. Key all photographs to this map.

• Additional items: (Check with the SHPO, TPO, or FPO for any additional items.)

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Photographs
Submit clear and descriptive photographs. The size of each image must be 1600x1200 pixels
(minimum), 3000x2000 preferred, at 300 ppi (pixels per inch) or larger. Key all photographs
to the sketch map. Each photograph must be numbered and that number must correspond to
the photograph number on the photo log. For simplicity, the name of the photographer,
photo date, etc. may be listed once on the photograph log and doesn’t need to be labeled on
every photograph.

Photo Log

Name of Property: The James Thomas House

City or Vicinity: Smiths Grove

County: Warren State: Kentucky

Photographer: Charlotte Brindley

Date Photographed: 29 October 2016

Description of Photograph(s) and number, include description of view indicating direction of
camera:

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