321 East Second Street

The J.A. Hall House

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The J.A. Hall House:


Jarius Augustus Hall, with his brother James M., operated a general store at Louisiana Avenue and Front Street. They came to Perrysburg from Vermont and J. A. built the original part of this temple-style Greek Revival house ca. 1850, featuring a strong pediment over a wide frieze board, six-over-six windows, and corner pilasters. 

The large side yard, on part of which the added wing now sits, was an orchard, and it is said that an originally planted Osage Orange hedge (resistant to free-grazing livestock) still defines some of the property line.


321 East Second Street

Jarius and Maria Hall and two of his sisters came to Perrysburg from Vermont.  Jarius was born in Wilmington, Vermont in 1817 and died in Perrysburg in 1858. His sister, Amanda, was at one time married to Asher Cook of this city.

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