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Common Name: Oliver Badger House
Owner: Michael & Susan Sabourin
Street Address: 1109 Main Street


Vermont Division for Historic Preservation Ref - 604_044_032

COMMON NAME: Oliver Badger House


1 1/2 story, 3 x 2 bay, brick, temple form building, Vernacular Greek Revival.  Brick veneer.  Brick denticulated cornice set in dog-tooth pattern.  A late 19th c. open porch on the front gable end has turned posts which support a second story projection.  There is a one-story clapboarded ell addition on the south side used as a kitchen.  Concrete over stone foundation, metal-covered gable roof, interior cinder block chimney (1970).  The entrance is centrally located in the front gable end.  Plain door surround, Christian door.  2/2 windows have large openings and flat lintels.  There are no windows on the east gable end.  The cornice detail on this structrure is fairly common for small brick Greek Revival structures in the region.  Owned by A. Buck in 1857.

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04 Jun 1982

W.D..Michael J. Baillargeon to Michael & Susan Sabourin..a parcel of land with all the buildings thereon and located on the easterly side of Vermont Route 104.....see plat of survey for lot size.........



26 Mar 1982<!-- Row 3 Column 1 -->

W.D.....Oliver F. & Cicile F. Baillargeon to Michael J. Baillargeon..same description as above...(no plot plan)........



09 Feb 1961<!-- Row 4 Column 1 -->

A. William and Ruth A. Benway to Oliver F. & Cecile F. Baillargeon...same description as above



12 Apr 1956<!-- Row 5 Column 1 -->

W.D...Clara E. Southard to A. William and Ruth A. Benway....same description as above.........




14 Aug 1929<!-- Row 6 Column 1 -->

Q.C........Arthur N., Cora B., Rolla A., Ella B., and Clarence N. Southard and Dora Southard and Clayton F. Baker to Clara E. Southard.......all of our right, title and interest in the home place of our mother, Ann E. Southard owned and occupied by her at the time of her decease and located on the easterly side of the highway known as Bridge Street and consisting of a lot of land with house and out buildings thereon standing.......



30 Oct 1874<!-- Row 7 Column 1 -->

WILL.........Hiram W. Southard to Ann E. Southard....I give, devise and bequeath to my beloved wife, Ann E. Southard all of my real estate and personal property.....

Will approved February 14, 1894



19 Jun 1886<!-- Row 8 Column 1 -->

W.D........Mrs. E. S. Chamberlain to Hiram W. Southard........Bounded westerly by the highway, northerly by John Shedd's barn log, easterly by E. S. Butler's land, southerly by the place occupied by E. W. Chamberlain, with a brick house, wood shed and barn thereon, supposed to be one fourth acre of land, more or less...also the piece of land on the south fourteen wide commencing on the highway and running back 65 feet to front end of my barn shed....and being the same premises......



28 Apr 1859

Q.C.Hiram Bellows to S. S. Chamberlain......the same land with the appurtenances thereon deeded to me by Andrew Buck the 7th of July 1855.............



07 Jul 1855<!-- Row 10 Column 1 -->

W.D.....Andrew Buck to Hiram Bellows.....a certain piece of land bounded westerly by the highway, northerly by Luther A. Hyde's barn lot, easterly by the Butler, southerly by the place occupied by J. M. Brush with a brick house, wood shed and barn thereon standing supposed to be one fourth acre of land, be the same more or less......($280)....




30 Nov 1867<!-- Row 11 Column 1 -->

W.D.......S. S. Chamberlain to Peter L. Garipee....meaning hereby more particularly to convey to said Garipee the same lands now occupied by him and is the same land and premises occupied by him the last season past......Mr. Chamberlain held the mortgage on this property.  Beer's Atlas of 1871 shows Mr. Garipee living here and Mr. Chamberlain south of him.



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