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Timothy Wadsworth House (1829) August 23rd, 2013 Posted in Farmington, Greek Revival, Houses The will of Eliphalet Wadsworth, who died in 1823, deeded his land in Farmington to his relative Timothy Wadsworth, but also gave life use of the property to his widow Mary. In 1829, Timothy Wadsworth replaced the original eighteenth-century (1795?) house with a new Greek Revival one. Here he lived with his wife Mary until he died in 1841. She continued to reside there until she passed away in 1862. Their children sold the property in 1865. According to tradition, the house was a station on the Underground Railroad. In helping fugitive slaves, the Wadsworth’s made use of the passenger boats on the Farmington Canal, which ran through their property behind their house. The Timothy Wadsworth House, which is located at 340 Main Street in Farmington, is now used for offices, having been renovated and expanded for that purpose, construction being completed in 2008. READ MORE HERE http://www.landworksdevelopment.com/pdfs/340_main_historic_renovation.pdfhttp://www.landworksdevelopment.com/pdfs/340_main_historic_renovation.pdfor call me for a private tour of this fascinating historic home!
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