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General Information

No:  807
Street:   Lexington
Name:  null
Family:  Gilmore
Historic Plaque:  null
Owner Info:  Y
Built:   1940
Sec  22
Sub  Sibley's 2nd BL 10
Lot:  12-15, pt. 16
Architect:  Prefab-Gunnison
Cont/Build:  Mills Judy

Description:  
#Owners:  4
Original Use:  Residential
Current Use:  Residential

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

Changes Description:   1988 - added a small barn in a corner of the back yard. 2008 - permit to Mildred Gilmore for alteration and repair following tree damage after hurricane (Apex Restoration).


Owners:

Current Owner: Mildred Gilmore Date Fr: 1962 Date To: 
Original: Doris G. Hudnall (& Jack) Date Fr: 1941/4 Date To: 1957
1: Robert Crews & Julia Pannell Holder Date Fr 1: 1957 Date To 1: 1960
2: Thomas M. Jr. & Dianne S. Schooley Jr. Date Fr 2: 1960 Date To 2: 1962
3:  Date Fr 3:  Date To 3: 
4:  Date Fr 4:  Date To 4: 
5:  Date Fr 5:  Date To 5: 
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9:  Date Fr 9:  Date To 9: 
10: Date Fr 10:  Date To 10:  1975


Stories

Story 1   Ginny Alter (810 Myrtle) went to Indiana to visit the Gunnison factory to find out how Gunnison houses were built.
Story 2   In Village Views June 1974 When Gene Schott pitched for the Reds back in the '40s he lived at 807 Lexington Avenue. If he could pitch ball like he could horse shoes, he would still be with them. I wonder if this is the correct address?
Story 3   In the storm of July 21, 2008 a large tree came down from across Lexington Avenue and landed on this house crushing a part of the roof.


Directories:

1942 Map: J. Upton Hudnall

1951/3 Map: J. Upton Hudnall (moved to 629 Lexington)

1959-60 Directories: Robert & Judy Holder

1962-63 Direct: Mrs. Mildred H. Gilmore

1963-2012 Directories: '' (moved here from 710 Myrtle)

2015 Directory: Gilmore, Mildred

2017 Directory: Gilmore, Mildred