DR. HOMER LUTTRELL'S HISTORIC HOUSE & OFFICE
The Luttrell House - Located on Main Street in Historic Bramwell. This house was later owned by Bramwell's Police Chief, McKinley Stacey and wife, Bessie Robinson Stacey.
Bramwell Police Chief McKinley Stacey - In 1953 Police Chief Stacey was serving his 19th year as the police chief of Bramwell.
DR. HOMER LUTTRELL'S HISTORIC OFFICE
|This is the house that served as Dr. Homer Luttrell's office when he was the "CompanyDoctor" for the Buckeye Coal and Coke Company from 1923 to1944. Dr. Luttrell's office was located behind the Caswell CreekCoal Company store, on the Bramwell side of Freeman. The orignal house has had many changes made to the exterior; including raising the ground around the house by about six feet, enclosing the upstairs and downstairs back porches, adding the hedges and fencing the yard. New siding has also been added. The Caswell Creek Coal Company store no longer graces the adjacent land.|
This photograph features the childhood home of Dr. Luttrell in Amissville, VA. Dr Luttrell returned to his family's farm in 1944 from Bramwell, WV. He spent the next year or so farming before moving to Pulaski, VA. Over the next thirty years he served that community as a family physician: delivering at least another 1000 babies.
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