A Brief History..
"In the year of 1762 Mr. Newberry and Mr. Thames purchased the land from Mr. Gray. In the deed there was mention of a saw mill and grist mill on the place, but no mention of a house. In 1833 Mr. Byrne purchased the land from Mr. Newberry. At this time the house and store were on the land. Later on Mr. Byrne sold the land, and it change hands several times..."
The house served as a mill home, store, and the Gray's Creek post office for many years.
To read more ask about your copy of "A brief History of Byrne's Mill Place" written by Vance Tyson and "My first Eleven Years" Written by Peggy Marsh, when you visit us!
After purchasing the property in 2017, Vance Tyson did various projects to the house and property, Including a new metal roof, vinyl siding on the exterior, rebuilding of the front porch, adding decks, dismantling an old horse barn and metal building.
On the interior sheetrock removed, new windows were installed, bathroom remodels, and much much more as can be seen in the gallery.
"My vision was to honor the people who had owned, lived worked, died, and enjoyed life at the Byrne's Mill and for it to be a place where people can now come to remember the past, enjoy the present, and make memories for the future." -Tyson