Bertie County

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Bertie County is named for James Bertie or Henry Bertie, who were two Lords Proprietor of colonial North Carolina.

 

Created:  August 2, 1722

County Seat: 

Windsor  1722 – present

  

County Courthouse – Windsor  

 

Location:  106 Dundee Street / King Street

Built:  1887 – 1889

Style:  Classical Revival

Architect:  L Thrower

Contractor:  Theodore Ralph

 

Description:  The building faces northeast and is a two story light brown colored brick and concrete structure. The northeast front has a large portico with a large column on each side and two double columns in the center rising from the second story to the wide pediment with circular window at the roof line. The central entrance on the first story is arched. The second story has a large central window. On the roof is a hexagonal cupola with windows. An addition was added in 1906. The contractor was B F Smith Fireproof Construction Company. In 1941 another addition along the southwest side. The architect was George D Mizelle. Again in 1974 another addition was added which has a high white colored cupola with clock at the top. On the southwest side is the two story  Courthouse Annex.

 

Courthouses: 

N – Northampton County and Hertford County

E – Chowan County and Washington County

S – Martin County 

W – Halifax County and  Northampton County

 

 

 

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Photos taken 2012