Details for Woolfolk-McCall House (Atlas Number 5367005904)

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5367005904

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Marker Number 5904
Atlas Number 5367005904
Marker Title Woolfolk-McCall House
Index Entry Woolfolk-McCall House
Address 202 S. Waco
City Weatherford
County Parker
UTM Zone 14
UTM Easting 612445
UTM Northing 3625130
Subject Codes houses, residential buildings; law, lawyers; pioneers
Marker Year 1975
Designations Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
Marker Location 202 S. Waco, Weatherford
Marker Size Medallion & Plate
Marker Text One of the first brick homes in Weatherford, this structure was begun in late 1860s and occupied by Joseph A. Woolfolk (1836-1918), one of two attorneys who defended Indian Chiefs Satanta and Big Tree, charged in 1871 wagon train massacre. In 1879 it was purchased by lawyer George A. McCall (1849-1915) and greatly enlarged with stone and frame additions. After almost 100 years of ownership, the McCall family sold the house in 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wiley. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1975