220 East Second Street

The William Barton House

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The William Barton House:


Historic inventories suggest that this house was built in the 1860s, but it could have been built later by dry goods merchant William Barton whose family lived in it until 1918. The original symmetrical part of it contains the usual wide frieze board, return cornices, and sidelights and pilaster-like door surround. 

Barton was an Englishman by birth. While enroute to Perrysburg from England via Buffalo, he lost 14 relatives in the sinking of the G. P. Griffith steamer on Lake Erie in June 1850.


220 East Second Street


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