Old Version

General Information

No:  628-1
Street:   Miami
Name:  null
Family:   (owned by Ryan Remodeling before torn down)
Historic Plaque:  null
Owner Info:  N
Built:   1929
Sec  23
Sub  Sibley's 3rd BL 17
Lot:  Pt 6, 7-11
Architect:  Robert McGrew Critchell
Cont/Build:  null

#Owners:  1
Original Use:  Residential
Current Use:  torn down

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

Changes Description:   1997 permit for Ryan Remodeling to have King Wrecking demolish the 1 1/2 story frame house. 2007 permit for Schmidthorst/Camden Homes to build a single family residence (Camden Homes).


Original:  Date Fr:  Date To: 
1: Stanley & Ruth Jones Mathis Date Fr 1: 1940 Date To 1: 1992
2:  Date Fr 2:  Date To 2:  1975


Story 1   This house was a duplicate of 628 Lexington Avenue, the Douglas house, both built in 1929. (Flach Douglas) However, the deeds seem to indicate others living in the house before the Mathis family, unless they rented before buying. Flach does not remember who lived in that house when he was a child.
Story 2   As a child, Mrs. Mathis used to ride across Indian Hill from Madisonville on old Indian Hill trails.
Story 3   Jean Mathis was one of the first to get polio. Her mother became a nurse to take care of her since others would not go into her room.
Story 4   Stanley F. Mathis was born 19 April 1899 and died 2 April 1966, aged 66 years, buried in Section 21 of Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford OH, Monroe-Copher Funeral Home. Ruth Mathis was born 22 February 1903 and died 14 March 1992, aged 89 years, buried in Section 22 of Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford OH, Evans Funeral Home.


1939 Map: ----

1942 Map: Mathis

1951/3 Map: Stanley F. Mathis

1960 Directory: Stanley & Ruth Mathis

1962-64 Directories:

1965-66 Direct: '' (Stanley died April 2, 1966)

1967-68 Direct: Mrs. Stanley (Ruth) Mathis

1969-91 Directories: ''

1992-93 Direct: ---- (Sold 1992)

1994-95 Direct: ----

1996-97 Direct: ---- (torn down in April 1997 by King Wrecking)

1998-99 Direct: ----