859 Clark House

 History

859 Clark House, Greek Revival, ca 1820

            Originally a Federal style house, in 1836 D. Lawrence Clark, a cousin of his neighbor, Catherine Clark Williamson, bought this house. In 1868 Sydney A. Schieffelin bought the property and later trader number 859 for 839 with his sister, Mary Theresa Schieffelin Clark. Notice the unusual window and shutters under the gable on the south side.

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Written by: Corrine Stoewsand Carey,  Historic Photo's Provided by: Geneva Historical Society