Dwight Clark Image From Page 35 Of Bethany And Its Hills 1905
Image from page 35 of "Bethany and its hills;" (1905)(PID:14593443268)
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Identifier: bethanyitshills00line Title: Bethany and its hills; Year: 1905 (1900s) Authors: Lines, Eliza Jennette (Marks), Mrs., 1828- [from old catalog] Subjects: Bethany (Conn. : Town) -- Genealogy Bethany (Conn. : Town) -- History Publisher: New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor company Contributing Library: The Library of Congress Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: CLARK HOUSE. Andrew T. Ilotchkiss. whose mother was a Buckingham, andIulaski Chatfield. whose son John was a Colonel in the lateCivil war. and died in the service; another son. Henry, marrieda si.ster of iM-anklin Iarrel. the An.sc^nia millionaire. In thatlocality was Adonijah French, and others whom it is impos-sible to name. Mr. Dwight Clark, the noted cattle dealer, hasa fine residence on the extreme west side and nearby was theTerrell homestead, now in ruins. Clark Hotchkiss. Daniel Rus-sell. Fdwin Pardee. Abel Prince. Carringtons and Xettletons.and (.thers. Not being familiar witli that side of the town i6 BKTIIAW AXn ITS TllI.LS must account for the brevity, altlioui^li the records shmv thatthev were very wortliy citizens. After swinging arouml the circle, we arrive at the okl road,once called the shunpike on account of shunnino- the toll oate atSiierr\s farms. The old Haniel Thomas house has disappeareil. and ihe nextwas owned h\ (.harles Tlnnnas ; a short distance north is the Text Appearing After Image: MKS. SAKAH (SlEKKV) IECK.Asied 02. house built for Jitdge Jason \V. liradley in 1836. by (irant Hitch-cock and Charles French, who built several houses about thatdate on the same plan; they were called a half house, whichomitted tnie of the large square i)arlors on either side of thefront door and hall. Judge Bradley was quite a prominent man in the town, liemarried a sister of Col. Alvan Sperry : his only son lost hislife in the Civil \\ar. His daughter Althea married Dwicht Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.