Frank Sanderson House, South Worthington, Ringville

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Identifier

2021-168

Title

Frank Sanderson House, South Worthington, Ringville

Subject

Houses and Barns

Description

Black and white photograph of the home of Frank Sanderson (b. June 23rd, 1843). He had two wives - Nancy Shumway, then Ella Squires - before marrying Julia Drake on October 15th, 1877. Julia was born on April 26th, 1853, 'on the John Kinnie place on Ireland Street, Chesterfield' and died on August 26th, 1904. Frank had many children - Belle Shaw, Nellie Smith, Mary Messenger, Ethel Wickland, Ida Peterson, Bessie Cowing (b. February 24th, 1886), Vera (b. May 2nd, 1888), William (b. April 15th, 1890), Agnes (b. June 17th, 1895). As of 1905, Frank lived with his father, Alonzo Sanderson, who built the house in 1838 after purchasing the land from Isaac Cole's heirs. According to Rev. Moody, 'Daniel Gates settled here first, buying of Timothy Meach in 1780. In 1821, Mr. gates lived in an old house that stood over the same cellar hole.' As of 1905, the property consisted of 60 acres. The house is featured in The South Worthington Parish by Rev. George Reed Moody (1905), page 65, plate V, #10. For a photo of and more information about Alonzo Sanderson, see the same book, plate XIII, page 97, #17.

Type

Still Image

Format

5 x 7 in

Creator

Howes Brothers

Date

1900/1933

Publisher

Marion Sweeney, South Worthington

Date Available

2021-06-09

Is Part Of

Box 17

Medium

Glass

Coverage

Worthington - Ringville

Mediator

NS (2021-06-09)

Contributor

Bates/'The Heritage'

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Original Format

Still Image - Black and White Glass Plate (negative)

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