Several famous people are associated with these Roanoke County historic places including James Arthur L., Junius Blair Fishburn, George Tayloe and Harry Leland Lawson.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Roanoke County places including H.H. Huggins, Benjamin Deyerle, Huggins & Bates, J.H. Page, John Kevan Pebbles, Raymond Loewy, Post, George B., and Sons, Laurence Krone, Frye & Stone and Edward G. Frye. Prominent architectural styles found in Roanoke Country are Greek Revival, Classical Revival and Tudor Revival.