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[[File:524-NBeverSt.jpg|thumbnail|The house located at 524 [[N. Bever St., Wooster, Ohio|N. Bever St.]]
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[[File:524-NBeverSt.jpg|thumbnail|The house located at 524 N. Bever St. in Wooster, Ohio was likely built sometime between 1883 and 1890 by property owner Weston Peckinpaugh. <em>Photograph by S. Zimmerman</em>]]
 
The house located at 524 N. Bever St. was likely built sometime between 1883 and 1890 by property owner Weston Peckinpaugh. It was added to the [http://waynehistoricalohio.org/research/wa-co-historical-landmark-list/#woostercity Wayne County Landmark Registry] by the Wayne County Historical Society of Ohio as the <em>Williams House</em> and awarded the status of a "Pioneer House" in 1976 and was marked with a plaque.
 
The house located at 524 N. Bever St. was likely built sometime between 1883 and 1890 by property owner Weston Peckinpaugh. It was added to the [http://waynehistoricalohio.org/research/wa-co-historical-landmark-list/#woostercity Wayne County Landmark Registry] by the Wayne County Historical Society of Ohio as the <em>Williams House</em> and awarded the status of a "Pioneer House" in 1976 and was marked with a plaque.
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Architecturally the house displays elements of both [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic_architecture Gothic] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stick_style Stick] styles. The exterior walls are sheathed with wood clapboards. The gable is adorned with decorative scrollwork attached under the eaves. The facade below the front gable has board-and-batten type siding, as does the decorative gable on the front porch.<em>--Information provided by: Historic Founders' Row Association</em>
  
  
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* 1837: Last will and testament of John Bever deceased gave to daughter Mirtilla (Bever) Bowman married to James L. Bowman land containing 68 acres of the SE QRT R13-T15-S4.
 
* 1837: Last will and testament of John Bever deceased gave to daughter Mirtilla (Bever) Bowman married to James L. Bowman land containing 68 acres of the SE QRT R13-T15-S4.
 
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** Mirtilla Bowman To Jacob B. McKennan Jr. Trust Deed Vol. 50 p.242
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** Mirtilla Bowman To Jacob B. McKennan [[:File:BowmanToMcKennan-TrustDeed.pdf|Trust Deed Vol. 50 p.242-244]]
 
** [[:File:JBMcKennanAdditionToWostr.jpg|J.B. McKennan's Addition to the Town of Wooster]]: Plat of 30 outlots numbered 149-178 dated November 7, 1857.
 
** [[:File:JBMcKennanAdditionToWostr.jpg|J.B. McKennan's Addition to the Town of Wooster]]: Plat of 30 outlots numbered 149-178 dated November 7, 1857.
 
* 1858: J. B. McKennan (mis-spelled McKinney) Jr. To Jacob Metz Vol. 48 p.352 Old Lot No.s 158, <strong>165</strong>, 166, 167 $2,200 and 3 20/100
 
* 1858: J. B. McKennan (mis-spelled McKinney) Jr. To Jacob Metz Vol. 48 p.352 Old Lot No.s 158, <strong>165</strong>, 166, 167 $2,200 and 3 20/100
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* 1891: Weston F. Peckinpaugh To Mary L. Packer Vol. 121 p.427 part of Lot No. 1619 $2,700
 
* 1891: Weston F. Peckinpaugh To Mary L. Packer Vol. 121 p.427 part of Lot No. 1619 $2,700
 
* 1898: Mary L. Packer To Effie J. Clark Vol. 133 p.568 part of Lot No. 1619 $2,000
 
* 1898: Mary L. Packer To Effie J. Clark Vol. 133 p.568 part of Lot No. 1619 $2,000
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* 1940: Effie J. Clark, deceased To Ranson D. Clark, heir Vol. 241 p.140 part of Lot No. 1619 $0
* 1966: Thelma Ungerer To Phillip D. Williams, Carol Ann Williams Vol. 527 p.33 part of Lot No. 1619 $28,909 according to $31.80 revenue stamp
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* 1966: Ranson D. Clark, deceased To Thelma S. Ungerer Vol. 419 p.230 part of Lot No. 1619 sold to settle estate $7,700
* 1977: Carol Ann Williams To Tom A. Gross, Suzanne M. Gross Vol. 527 p.85 part of Lot No. 1619 $64,545 according to $71.00 revenue stamp
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** Thelma Ungerer To Phillip D. Williams, Carol Ann Williams Vol. 527 p.33 part of Lot No. 1619 $31.80 conveyance fee
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* 1977: Carol Ann Williams To Tom A. Gross, Suzanne M. Gross Vol. 527 p.85 part of Lot No. 1619 $71.00 conveyance fee
 
* 1999: Tom A. Gross, Suzanne M. Gross To Suzanne M Gross Trustee parcel 64-01885 or part of Lot No. 1619 transfer $0
 
* 1999: Tom A. Gross, Suzanne M. Gross To Suzanne M Gross Trustee parcel 64-01885 or part of Lot No. 1619 transfer $0
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==See Also==
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* To figure out how much people paid for a property read about [[Property#Property Conveyance Fee History|Revenue Stamps and Property Conveyance Fee History]]
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[[CATEGORY:Residences in Wooster, Ohio]]
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[[CATEGORY:N. Bever St., Wooster, Ohio]]

Latest revision as of 13:06, 24 June 2016

The house located at 524 N. Bever St. in Wooster, Ohio was likely built sometime between 1883 and 1890 by property owner Weston Peckinpaugh. Photograph by S. Zimmerman

The house located at 524 N. Bever St. was likely built sometime between 1883 and 1890 by property owner Weston Peckinpaugh. It was added to the Wayne County Landmark Registry by the Wayne County Historical Society of Ohio as the Williams House and awarded the status of a "Pioneer House" in 1976 and was marked with a plaque.

Architecturally the house displays elements of both Gothic and Stick styles. The exterior walls are sheathed with wood clapboards. The gable is adorned with decorative scrollwork attached under the eaves. The facade below the front gable has board-and-batten type siding, as does the decorative gable on the front porch.--Information provided by: Historic Founders' Row Association


Wayne County Recorder Property Transfers

  • 1816: William Henry, Joseph H. Larwill, Abigail Larwill To John Bever R13-T15-S4 Vol. 1 p.100 $1
  • 1837: Last will and testament of John Bever deceased gave to daughter Mirtilla (Bever) Bowman married to James L. Bowman land containing 68 acres of the SE QRT R13-T15-S4.
  • 1857:
  • 1858: J. B. McKennan (mis-spelled McKinney) Jr. To Jacob Metz Vol. 48 p.352 Old Lot No.s 158, 165, 166, 167 $2,200 and 3 20/100
  • 1859: Jacob Metz To Gotlieb Gasche Vol. 49 p.731 part of Old Lot No. 165 $775
  • 1883: Christena Gasche To Weston F. Peckinpaugh Vol. 108 p.703 (after 1870 renumbering) part of Lot No. 1619 $750
  • 1891: Weston F. Peckinpaugh To Mary L. Packer Vol. 121 p.427 part of Lot No. 1619 $2,700
  • 1898: Mary L. Packer To Effie J. Clark Vol. 133 p.568 part of Lot No. 1619 $2,000
  • 1940: Effie J. Clark, deceased To Ranson D. Clark, heir Vol. 241 p.140 part of Lot No. 1619 $0
  • 1966: Ranson D. Clark, deceased To Thelma S. Ungerer Vol. 419 p.230 part of Lot No. 1619 sold to settle estate $7,700
    • Thelma Ungerer To Phillip D. Williams, Carol Ann Williams Vol. 527 p.33 part of Lot No. 1619 $31.80 conveyance fee
  • 1977: Carol Ann Williams To Tom A. Gross, Suzanne M. Gross Vol. 527 p.85 part of Lot No. 1619 $71.00 conveyance fee
  • 1999: Tom A. Gross, Suzanne M. Gross To Suzanne M Gross Trustee parcel 64-01885 or part of Lot No. 1619 transfer $0

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