Residences & Farms


Residences & Farms

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Original Hamilton homestead
Robert Hamilton moved to Derby to purchase the property in 1883. Robert and his brothers lived on the property.

The Carlton House<br /><br />
circa 1894
The Carlton family came to Derby in 1871 and built a house located on Oliver between 47th and 55th on the west side. The family is pictured in 1894 (left to right): Lucinda Blevins Carlton (in the background), Franklin S. Carlton, Lilly Belle Craig,…

Charles Carlton&#039;s house<br /><br />
circa 1899
Charles Carlton’s house pictured in 1899 located on the southwest corner of 55th and Oliver. Pictured (left to right): a hired hand, Carrie Hotspillar Carlton, Franklin Carlton, Opal Carlton, and Charles Carlton.

Craig House<br /><br />
circa 1893
The Craig house pictured in 1893 was located on Clifton north of 47th St, where the Oaklawn Learning Center is. The house burned down after standing for over 100 years.

Pictured (left to right): Major Turpin, Lilly Craig, Maude Pearl Craig, Mary…

Gerteis-Lauber House<br /><br />
circa 1909
Fred Gerteis built this home in 1874 and in 1909 Albert and Marie Lauber moved in. Marie Lauber and son John are standing in front of the house in 1909.

The Gerteis-Lauber home had three addresses during its lifetime (1874 - 1972): RR #2 (Rural…

Hamilton Farm<br /><br />
2nd house<br /><br />
This is the second house that was built on the Hamilton family property.

The Ed Goodin family farm<br /><br />
circa 1900s
Ed Goodin owned this farm in the early 1900s through 1945. The barn in this photo was covered in tin by Herman Schweitzer during the time he owned the land from 1945 - 1988.

William and Alice Shorey<br /><br />
early 1908
William and Alice Shorey standing in front of the Shorey house in early 1908. This house was torn down in 1966 to make way for the new home being built. The new home is still standing (June 2018). The man on the right is possibly Levin Rutledge,…

Mary Maclary Weston&#039;s house<br /><br />
circa 1917
Mary Weston's house was moved into town on Georgie. Possibly 420 N. Georgie
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