Created By: Southport Historical Society
Captain Thomas Mann Thompson was a successful Civil War blockade runner and riverpilot. He survived the war to enjoy living in Southport. His house, located at 216 West Bay Street, was built in1869, was the first to have both a cupola and a "Widow's Walk". Today, it is the only house with these original features. This home is not open to the public
This point of interest is part of the tour: Historic Southport, North Carolina
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