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It was built in the first third of the eighteenth century, possibly around 1720.It is an unusual example in Connecticut of a house with a “Beverly jog” (usually only found in houses on the North Shore of Massachusetts).Asahel Olcott was a soldier in the Revolutionary War who responded to the Lexington Alarm in 1775. Here’s a Colonial house in Haddam, at 95 Jacoby Road.
The house at 1820 Main Street in East Hartford was built c. It was the home of Levi Goodwin (1757-1836), a tobacco farmer, who kept a tavern behind his home that faced the King’s Highway (now Ellington Road).
Hearing news of the Lexington alarm, he left to serve in the Revolutionary War.
As a tribute of gratitude and as a testimony of respect to his beloved memory this stone is raised by surviving friends to mark the place where his body rests in the silence of the grave.” “Mrs. Samuel Stiles, died Feb; 20, 1824, ae 62, as a testimony of respect to her beloved memory this stone is raised to mark the spot where her body rests, till it shall arise at the call of him who conquered death.”born at East Windsor, Conn., Jan. 14, 1843, Julia Ann (daughter of Eli and Rocksalena Allen) Gowdy (born Feb. He was a farmer at Melrose, Conn., where he died, April 12, 1886.
The house at 1091 Main Street in South Windsor is currently attracting the attention of the preservation community who have sought to delay its demolition.
Its current owners claim that renovation of the building, which has suffered deterioration through neglect over 80 years, is not feasible.
Built in 1782, it is known as the Asahel Olcott House and was built by either Asahel (1754-1831) or his father Benoni Olcott (1716-1799).