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General Information

No:  615
Street:   Yale
Name:  null
Family:  Johnson
Historic Plaque:  null
Owner Info:  N
Built:   1929
Sec  23
Sub  Sibley's 3rd BL 16
Lot:  35-36-39
Architect:  null
Cont/Build:  Carl Schreiber (German)

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

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

Changes Description:   1993 - master bedroom and tile bath built by Craig Martin of Environmetric. 1998 - Gislasons rehabbed the kitchen and created a new doorway into the living room from the kitchen (JFP Construction, contractor). 1999 - Bill Gislason remodeled space for a home office (Robert Gray, contractor). 2003 - The Mills enclosed the existing fence to keep their Old English Sheepdog within the property.


Current Owner: Trevor I. & Alyson Johnson Date Fr: 2016 Date To: 
Original: Albert W. & Alice B. Allison Date Fr: 1929 Date To: 1955
1: Albert W. & Claire D. Allison (1985 just Claire) Date Fr 1: 1955 Date To 1: 1996
2: William J. & Julie C. Gislason Date Fr 2: 1996 Date To 2: 2003
3: Jeffrey & Meghan Mills Date Fr 3: 2003 Date To 3: 2010
4: Dominik J. & Andrea Beck Date Fr 4: 2010 Date To 4: 2012
5: Tyler David & Blythe E. Winslow Date Fr 5: 2012 Date To 5: 2016
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10:  Date Fr 10:  Date To 10:  1958
: Albert W. & Alice B. Allison.  Lots 35-36-39 Sibley 3rd. 1975


Story 1   Meghan Mills reported that when they replaced a bathroom wall, they discovered the original construction of the room used plaster, grooved to replicate tiles for the bath surround. Bill Gislason reported to the Mills that at one point, while under the Allison occupancy, there had been a fire in the attic. The Gislasons replaced every upstairs ceiling - which were sagging from the water used to extinguish the fire. Having done some research we now know more about that fire. It happened when Terrace Park residents were still allowed to burn leaves in the fall. Evidently the Kennedys across the street were burning leaves and some blew across the street, found leaves in the Allison's gutters and ignited those leaves. Mr. Allison stored ammunition for hunting in the attic so that had to be hurriedly thrown out or the whole house might have blown up. Fortunately they succeeded in getting the fire out but with considerable water damage which eventually resulted in the sagging ceilings the Gislasons replaced. Paul Kennedy and Leslie Jones remember the fire.
Story 2   Mr. Allison called Don Brown over one time to look at something he had stored in his garage. Above the rafters he has several 2 inch thick unmilled long planks of walnut. This walnut came from trees cut down along Wooster Pike when it was widened. Don couldn't use the walnut and we don't know what happened to it.


1939 Map: Allison

1942 Map: Allison

1951/3 Map: Allison

1959-68 Directories: Albert W. & Alice Allison

1969-70 Direct: (Alice died September 18, 1970)

1971-76 Directories: A. W. Allison

1978-86 Directories: A. W. & Claire Allison

1988-97 Directories: A. W. & Schatzie Allison

1998-2001 Directories: William & Julie Gislason

2002-03 Direct: (Sold 2003)

2004-05 Direct: Jeffrey & Meghan Mills (moved to 300 Rugby)

2008-09 Direct: Pete & Karen Newman (renters?) (Sold 2010)

2011-12 Directories: Dominik & Andrea Beck

2015 Directory: Tyler David & Blythe E. Winslow (moved to 610 Miami)

2015 Directory: Winslow, Tyler and Blythe

2017 Directory: Johnson, Trevor and Alyson