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  • 217 Jones Street East, 1899
    Image       "Residence of Mr. C. Freeman. St. Marys."
    Image     "Residence of Mr. C. Freeman. St. Marys."
  • 48 St. Andrew Street South, 1901
    Image       "Residence of Mr. C.H. Beese, St. Marys".
    Image     "Residence of Mr. C.H. Beese, St. Marys".
  • 214 Widder Street East
    Image       This house style was commonly seen after the turn of the century. The roof line is known as a “Gambrel” or “Dutch” roof, and was a popular style for a number of years. The "Gambrel" roof allows for more space in the upper storey in comparison to a slanted, gable ...
    Image     This house style was commonly seen after the turn of the century. The roof line is known as a “Gambrel” or “Dutch” roof, and was a popular style for a ...
  • 249 Widder Street East
    Image       This home was built ca. 1870 for Grand Trunk Railway inspector Thomas Fogg. The house is believed to have been originally built with a type of soft yellow brick, later painted red; the house is currently painted white. The house is a frame construction, with a layer of veneer brick. ...
    Image     This home was built ca. 1870 for Grand Trunk Railway inspector Thomas Fogg. The house is believed to have been originally built with a type of soft yellow brick, later ...
  • 465 Widder Street East
    Image       This farmhouse was built in the early 1870s. The original builder of the house is unknown. However, one of the earliest owners of the house, perhaps even the first, was David A. Robertson. Robertson was a farmer and owner of the National Hotel in St. Marys, once located on the ...
    Image     This farmhouse was built in the early 1870s. The original builder of the house is unknown. However, one of the earliest owners of the house, perhaps even the first, was ...
  • 224 Jones Street East
    Image       This photo shows the exterior of the home located 224 Jones Street East. The house was first owned by George Carter, a grain merchant and renowned local businessman. The Rice family, whom the Carters had relations with through marriage, were the second owners of the home in 1915. The Rice ...
    Image     This photo shows the exterior of the home located 224 Jones Street East. The house was first owned by George Carter, a grain merchant and renowned local businessman. The Rice ...
  • 147 Wellington Street North
    Imagecomment       This small clapboard house once stood at 147 Wellington Street North; however, the structure has been demolished. The building was an example of a simple cottage built for function over form. Typically, the thin overlapping wood planks, known as clapboarding, were used to protect houses from the weather. In this ...
    Imagecomment     This small clapboard house once stood at 147 Wellington Street North; however, the structure has been demolished. The building was an example of a simple cottage built for function over ...
  • 183 Widder Street East
    Image       This red brick house, built circa 1915, is an example of an early 20th century house design commonly seen throughout Ontario. The house contains aspects of the Queen Anne Revival architectural style popular at the time. The house’s features include a gabled, prominent three-storey bay facing Widder Street, a balconied ...
    Image     This red brick house, built circa 1915, is an example of an early 20th century house design commonly seen throughout Ontario. The house contains aspects of the Queen Anne Revival ...
  • 196 Widder Street East
    Image       This white frame house was built in 1873 by carpenters James Craig and James Hamilton; both men were prominent builders in St. Marys at the time of the house’s construction. James Craig lived in the home with his family until 1880. By the year 1869, Craig and Hamilton were partners ...
    Image     This white frame house was built in 1873 by carpenters James Craig and James Hamilton; both men were prominent builders in St. Marys at the time of the house’s construction. ...
  • 129 Water Street North
    Image       This storey and a half cottage was built for John Bartlett, a local man who ran a bakery and grocery business. The house was built ca. 1889-1890. The property was used for rental income by Bartlett; he never resided in the house himself. Leonard and Beatrice Harstone lived in the ...
    Image     This storey and a half cottage was built for John Bartlett, a local man who ran a bakery and grocery business. The house was built ca. 1889-1890. The property was ...
  • 137 Water Street North
    Image       This white brick villa was built in 1889 for local businessman John Bartlett. The house is situated on a hilltop, giving residents a view of the Thames River Valley. Bartlett owned a bakery and grocery business. He only temporarily lived at this address as he mainly used the property for ...
    Image     This white brick villa was built in 1889 for local businessman John Bartlett. The house is situated on a hilltop, giving residents a view of the Thames River Valley. Bartlett ...
  • 223-225 Water Street South
    Imagecomment       This stone cottage, built with limestone quarried in St. Marys, was built sometime in the mid to late 1860s. It was first believed to have been a store and storekeeper's house. The section of the building with the large windows (left) likely housed the store; the section with the smaller ...
    Imagecomment     This stone cottage, built with limestone quarried in St. Marys, was built sometime in the mid to late 1860s. It was first believed to have been a store and storekeeper's ...
  • 106 Wellington Street North
    Image       This house is known as one of Fanny Adam’s four cottages built after her husband’s death. Fanny was a St. Marys resident married to John Adam, a tavern keeper of the St. Marys Empire Hotel. After her husband’s passing, she took over her husband’s role as proprietor of the hotel. ...
    Image     This house is known as one of Fanny Adam’s four cottages built after her husband’s death. Fanny was a St. Marys resident married to John Adam, a tavern keeper of ...
  • 46 Church Street South
    Image       William Lyle Hutton was the builder of the house located at 46 Church St. S. Construction of the house was completed around 1873. The house includes brackets typical of houses built in the mid to late 19th century, as well as a bay window and ornate entryway. Hutton was born ...
    Image     William Lyle Hutton was the builder of the house located at 46 Church St. S. Construction of the house was completed around 1873. The house includes brackets typical of houses ...
  • 51 Church Street South
    Image       This yellow brick home occupies two lots placed on a hill. The home has a sophisticated entrance that can be seen from the street. Milner Harrison, a local store keeper, sold the property to his son David, a physician and flax manufacturer. David then built the current house between 1869 ...
    Image     This yellow brick home occupies two lots placed on a hill. The home has a sophisticated entrance that can be seen from the street. Milner Harrison, a local store keeper, ...
  • 137 Church Street North
    Image       This style of vertical white siding on this house is known as board and batten. All window trim on the building is original to the house. However, additions have been made to the property over the years. The veranda was added in later years, as well as additional rooms to ...
    Image     This style of vertical white siding on this house is known as board and batten. All window trim on the building is original to the house. However, additions have been ...
  • 158 Church Street South
    Image       Edward W. Colley purchased the property at 158 Church St. in 1864. The original house on this property was built in 1870 by the Colley family. Colley owned a tinsmith business in St. Marys. On February 2, 1876, Colley passed away, leaving behind his wife, Elizabeth Colley, and their three ...
    Image     Edward W. Colley purchased the property at 158 Church St. in 1864. The original house on this property was built in 1870 by the Colley family. Colley owned a tinsmith ...
  • 157 Church Street North
    Image       This storey and a half house located at 157 Church Street North displays the ginger bread details commonly used on wooden houses in the mid to late 19th century. As with most storey and a half houses, the ornate ginger breading is localized to the veranda. Note the detail of ...
    Image     This storey and a half house located at 157 Church Street North displays the ginger bread details commonly used on wooden houses in the mid to late 19th century. As ...
  • 163 Church Street South
    Image       This large and impressive red brick house, with limestone details, is comparable to the basic planbook style used years ago for similar style homes. However, the dimensions of this property are more immense, and a corner tower is included in the property. The house is in excellent condition with little ...
    Image     This large and impressive red brick house, with limestone details, is comparable to the basic planbook style used years ago for similar style homes. However, the dimensions of this property ...
  • 177 Church Street South
    Image       The Tracy House was built in 1854, by early settler and land owner George Tracy. Robert Barbour was the builder responsible for the design of the house. The house soon became known as the “Castle in the Bush”. Tracy and his wife Elizabeth and five children, lived in the home ...
    Image     The Tracy House was built in 1854, by early settler and land owner George Tracy. Robert Barbour was the builder responsible for the design of the house. The house soon ...
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