711 Miami Avenue


General Information

No: 711
Street: Miami
Name: N
Family: SOLD
Historic Plaque: N

Owner Info: N
Built: 1939
Sec: 23
Sub: Sibley's 2nd BL 11
Lot: 10-13
Architect:
Cont/Build:

Description: 2 story Traditional, siding, gable roof.
Original Use: Residential
Current Use: Residential

CHANGES As Built: Y
Add To: N
Sub From: N
Replace: N

Changes Details: 1985 - asphalt driveway.


Owners:


Current Owner:
Curr Date Fr: 2013
Curr Date To:

Original Owner: Martha S. Gardner (& Ralph)
Date Fr: 1938
Date To: 1942

Owner 1: Ruth Blanchard Jaap
Date Fr 1: 1942
Date To 1: 1951

Owner 2: Anna M. Mickey
Date Fr 2: 1951
Date To 2: 1952

Owner 3: Lucy Lee Payne
Date Fr 3: 1952
Date To 3: 1957

Owner 4: John V. Maescher TR
Date Fr 4: 1957
Date To 4: 1964

Owner 5: Lucie Maescher
Date Fr 5: 1964
Date To 5: 1964

Owner 6: Jane M. Earls
Date Fr 6: 1964
Date To 6: 2013

1975 Owner: Jane M. Hassan. 10-11-12-13 Sib 2


Stories

Story 1 : Miller scrapbook photo?
Story 2 : Mrs. Jaap owned land at 810, 812 & 822 Lexington where there were rows and rows of daffodils that Marie Stoecklin remembers. Mrs. Jaap played dual piano with Ruth Lyons on WLW (Pat Fehl). The Jaap's daughter, Carol, married Jack H. Root. They lived in Fort Thomas KY where Carol was a homemaker. Carol died 19 August 2010 aged 82 years, buried Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate KY. He died earlier. They had 2 sons, Jack Jr. & Taylor. (It looks as if the Jaap's daughter may not have been their natural daughter. Herb Anderson, who lived on the same street with her for many years in Fort Thomas KY, says her natural parents died young and she was brought up by another family but was never actually adopted. The Jaaps may have been that family since in Mrs. Jaap's obituary there is no mention Carol as a survivor, just their son, George W. Jr.)
Story 3 : Jane (nee Maescher) (Hassan - 1st husband) Earls died at her Terrace Park home on April 5, 2011, age 91 years, funeral service and burial at Spring Grove Cemetery. Her 2nd husband, John V. Earls, died in 1983. She is survived by a son, John C. Hassan, 2 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.


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