William Larwill House

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William Larwill House
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General information
Address Liberty and Bever Streets
Town or city Wooster, OH
Country USA
Construction started between 1810 and 1814
Demolished 1964?
Technical details
Material brick

Also Known As Building Name[edit | edit source]

  • Second brick house built in Wooster, Ohio

Comprehensive History[edit | edit source]

"It was in this building, the second brick house built in Wooster more than 150 years ago, that the city's founders met and planned for the future," wrote Elinor Taylor in her 1964 Daily Record article[1]. Built by city founder William Larwill, the two-story brick house stood on the northwest corner of Liberty and Bever streets until its poor condition slated it for demolition "as a safety measure" in the mid-1960s.

Timeline[edit | edit source]

  • Between 1810 and 1814: Built by William Larwill

Owners[edit | edit source]

Tenants[edit | edit source]

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Wayne County Recorder Property Transfers[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Wrecker's Shadow Looms Over Oldest Residence in Wooster," Elinor Taylor, Daily Record, 1 August 1964, p.8