Terrace Park, Ohio Building Survey

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No: 303-1  Street: Rugby Name: Huber Lloyd House
Family: Owner Info: Y
Built: 1907-8 Sec: 23 Sub: Sibley's Lots 3 & 4 of Camden City Lot: 65-66-67-68
Architect: (with ideas from Huber Allan Lloyd) Cont/Build: 
#Owners: 2F Original Use: Residential Current Use: Residential
CHANGES As Built: Y Add To: N Sub From: Y Replace: Y
House burned down May 20, 2006 by the Terrace Park Fire Department as a learning exercise.  2006/07 - Adam Bortz permit for new residence (Matt Evans - Arcanum, architect; Town Properties, contractor).  
Current Owner Date Fr: Date Toc: 
Original Owner: Huber Allan & Mary Dunham Lloyd Date Fr: 1907 Date To: 
Owner 1: Horace & Mary Catherine Lloyd Wersel  Date Fr 1:  Date To 1: 
Owner 2: William T. Lloyd & Mary Lloyd Wersel (brother & sister) Date Fr 2: 1958 Date To 2: 1972
Owner 3: John & Suzanne Schulkers Date Fr 3: 1972 Date To 3: 2005
Owner 4: Herbert B. Weiss Tr. Date Fr 4: 2005 Date To 4: 2006
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1958 Owner: Mary D. Lloyd.  Lots 65-66-67-68 Sibley 1st (3&4 Camden City)
1975 Owner:  John R. Schulkers
Description: 2 story stucco with river stone trim in Colonial style, steep gable roof with front & back dormers.  There are pictures from 1908 and 1913 in the file.
Story 1: Information from an article by L. W. D. donated to the Terrace Park Archives from the Terrace Park Woman's Club:  Mary Dunham Lloyd was born in one of the Edwards' homes on Round Bottom Road on the outskirts of  Newtown, Ohio.   She graduated from Hughes High School in 1896 and for 2 years attended Oxford College, a Presbyterian College for Young Women in Oxford, Ohio.  In 1904 she married Huber Allan Lloyd and came to Terrace Park with him to live in the house adjoining the Allan H. Lloyd home at 306 Rugby Avenue.  There 2 children were born: Mary Catherine Wersel Lloyd and Phoebe Edwards Lloyd.  (Their house was later moved across the alley to 313 Oxford Avenue.)
While living in their old home they built at the corner of Rugby and Yale Avenues (303 Rugby) with Mr. Lloyd's ideas and designs:  "the beamed, arched ceiling in the living room and dining room, the walnut balusters of the staircase with the cut-out hearts, the corner fireside seat whose back repeated the design of the balusters, the master bedroom with the deep, recessed windows at either end, each large enough to hold a crib".  2 more children were born here:  Allan Huber Lloyd and William Thomas Lloyd.  Huber Allan Lloyd died June 25, 1947.  Mary Dunham Lloyd died May 3, 1957.  She was a PTA member at the Terrace Park School and was the 1st village council woman.  She served when the Baptist Church was purchased, stripped of pews, renovated and christened Terrace Park Community House.
  Mary Dunham Lloyd was the 1st Terrace Park Garden Club president.
Story 2: Mary Catherine Lloyd Wersel inherited the house from her parents.
Story 3: Sue Schulkers and Amy Ward Heilbronner's mother were sisters.  Schulkers rented the house a few years before buying it.  
Story 4: John Randolph Schulkers was born 6 April 1926 and died 16 February 2005, aged 78 years.  Suzanne Grover Schulkers was born 16 April 1926 and died 17 November 2001, aged 75 years, Craver-Riggs Funeral Home.  They are both buried in St. Thomas Church Columbarium, Section 3, Niche 90.  Their son, Paul Grove Schulkers, died July 29, 2005. Other Schulkers children are Margie Harbison (130 Windingbrook) & John Jr.)  (Sold 2005)
1939 Map: Lloyd
1942 Map: H. Lloyd
1951/3 Map: Mrs. H. A. Lloyd
1959 Directory: Dan & Lou Baumle (probably renters)
1960 Directory: ''
1962-63 Direct: Charles J. & Lilia Allessi (probably renters)
1963-64 Direct: "
1965-66 Direct: John & Sue Schulkers (moved from 418 Washington and rented from Lloyd/Wersel from 1964 until they bought it in 1972)
1967-2005 Directories: ''
2006-07 Direct: Fire Department exercise burned home 20 May 2006. The rest bulldozed.