Terrace Park, Ohio Building Survey

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No: 333  Street: Harvard Name: Everhart House
Family: Welz Plaque: 2008 Owner Info: Y
Built: circa 1891 Sec: 23 Sub: Sibley's Lots 3 & 4 of Camden City Lot: 123-124
Architect:  Cont/Build: 
#Owners: 2F? Original Use: Residential Current Use: Residential
CHANGES As Built: N Add To: Y Sub From: N Replace: N
1928 - Ed Schreiber remodeled the house for the Everhart family: added a 2nd floor room and bath room, changed the front porch to have a fence around it and changed the roof to sweep over the front porch.  He enclosed the back porch, tore down the outhouse and barn and built a 2 car garage with work shop.  1963 - carport. 
Current Owner: Doris K. Welz (Ruth's daughter) Date Fr: 2001 Date To: 
Original Owner: Mr. & Henrietta Oskamp Date Fr: 1892/5 Date To: ?
Owner 1: Charles & Luella Everhart (grandparents) Date Fr 1: 1906 ? Date To 1: 1937
Owner 2: Frank H. & Edna E. Everhart (parents of Ruth and Richard) Date Fr 2: 1937 Date To 2: 1979
Owner 3: Ruth Oberle & Richard Everhart Date Fr 3: 1979 Date To 3: 2000
Owner 4: Richard F. Everhart Tr. Date Fr 4: 2000 Date To 4: 2001
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1975 Owner:  Edna E. Everhart. 123-124 Sib 1
Description: 2 story Victorian frame house, now with aluminum siding (1990), gable roof. 
Story 1: 1886 - James Sibley, subdivision.  George & Kate Lampey bought the lot in 1886.  1892 -  house built. 1909 - Luella Everhart bought the garden lot, 50' x 200'.  The early years of this house need more research.  
Story 2: c1936-40 2nd floor apartment.  c1942-1950 2nd floor apartment.  At some time Louis Bosch and his wife, who ran the Terrace Park Market, lived on the 2nd floor (after the fire at the market???.)
Story 3: Richard Everhart's wife, Betty, is a niece of the two sisters who opened the Marigold Tea Room at  435 Elm.  Richard also has some original copies of deeds.
Story 4: In 1936 Ruth's mother, Edna Everhart, cooked with kerosene but added Phil gas later. They had  a regular coal furnace but later a stoker and later gas. (Gas wasn't brought into Terrace Park until after 1960 when gas mains through the village were approved.)  After 1950 Ruth's Dad black topped their gravel drive.
Story  5: For many years Ruth Oberle was a popular baby sitter for many Terrace Park families.  She also sold produce, especially tomatoes, out of her large garden (18 years).  She put out produce, a scale and a jar or money box for making change on a table by Amherst Avenue and sold on the "honor system".  Only once was there a theft and someone abused her trust.  She proudly flew the American flag, taking it down every night and putting it up again in the morning no matter how severe the weather.  She was a faithful member of St. Thomas Church.  She is survived by 6 daughters, a brother, Richard (actually a cousin who was brought up as a brother), and 10 grandchildren. 
Story 6: Frank H. Everhart died 31 March 1959, Monroe Funeral Home.  Edna Everhart was born 3 January 1893 and died 12 or 19 December 1978, aged 85 years, Noakes Funeral Home.  Their daughter, Ruth Ann Everhart Oberle, was born 7 November 1915 and died 5 March 2000, aged 84 years, Evans Funeral Home.  Her husband, Charles E. Oberle, was born 2 July 1916 and died 1 November 1976, aged 60 years, Noakes Funeral Home.  They are all buried in Section 9 of Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford OH. 
1939 Map: Everhart & O---------
1942 Map: Everhart & Kirby
1951/3 Map: Frank H. Everhart & Singleton
1959 Directory: Frank & Edna Everhart & Ann P. Kirby & Doris E. Kirby (daughters of Ruth)
1960 Directory: '' '' ''
1962-63 Direct: ''     & Charles & Ruth Oberle '' ''
1963-64 Direct: '' '' '' ''
1965-78 Directories: '' ''
1980-99 Directories: Mrs. Ruth Oberle
2000-12 Directories: Doris Welz (one of Ruth's daughters)  (Sold 2001)