Main Road 1442, c. 1741: Daniel Rose, Lt. Jacob Baldwin, Rev. Joel Baker, Gibb, Bearse, Pendrake, Sattler, Phelon Place, PART 2

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Main Road 1442, c. 1741: Daniel Rose, Lt. Jacob Baldwin, Rev. Joel Baker, Gibb, Bearse, Pendrake, Sattler, Phelon Place, PART 2

Description

Research into the Daniel Rose House, circa 1741, at 1442 Main Road, done by Corey Victoria (Phelon) Geske, in memory of her brother the late William Brian Phelon. Bill Phelon, known to many as "Bill On the Hill" who owned this house and devoted many long hours to its preservation.

This Part 2 features:
  •    Daniel Rose family history and Rev. War service.
  •    Daniel Rose House restoration photos, 2001-2019.
  •    Daniel Rose House as Lt. Jacob Baldwin Tavern.
  •    Daniel Rose House as home to the Baker Quilt, inspiring the Deerfield Arts and Crafts Movement.
Links to the other Parts in this series:

PART 1 features old photos of the Daniel Rose house.
PART 2 (you are on Part 2 now)

PART 3 features 1985 pre-restoration photos documenting the original features of the house.
PART 4 continues the 1985 pre-restoration documentation photos.
PART 5 features a 2021 "Country Caller" article written by Corey Phelon Geske featuring the Daniel Rose House and its historic significance
ADDENDUM 1: Establishes the Daniel Rose house as home to West Granville's Baker Quilt, the first quilt exhibited at a period room in an American museum (Deerfield).
ADDENDUM 2: Baker family folder including quilt notes.

Creator

Corey Victoria Phelon Geske, author

Date

March 2020

Contributor

Corey Victoria Phelon Geske

Rights

Copyright 2020, 2021, Corey Victoria Phelon Geske. Material appears here with the author's permission and may not be reproduced in any form without the express written permission of the author.

Citation

Corey Victoria Phelon Geske, author, “Main Road 1442, c. 1741: Daniel Rose, Lt. Jacob Baldwin, Rev. Joel Baker, Gibb, Bearse, Pendrake, Sattler, Phelon Place, PART 2,” Granville History Digital Collection, accessed June 17, 2024, https://granvillehistory.omeka.net/items/show/1233.

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