845 N. Mill Street

29 Nov

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845 N. Mill St. Built in 1897 by George W. Springer. George had built an addition to the back of this Queen Anne style home and it was the workshop where he made cigars and supplied them to local hotels. George manufactured cigars with names like “Hotel Victor”, Hotel Plymouth”, and “The Mail”. George also served as the Plymouth Village Sheriff. George passed away in 1941 and wife Helen continued to live here well into the 1950s. When Helen passed in 1957 she joined George at Plymouth’s Riverside cemetery.

2 Responses to “845 N. Mill Street”

  1. Patricia Malcolm December 2, 2013 at 10:42 AM #

    Hi Jim-The PPN will not be meeting in December. We’ll meet again 3rd Monday of January in the library at 7 p.m. Thanks! Patty malcolm

  2. Mark Oppat January 10, 2017 at 7:59 PM #

    This home at 845 N. Mill is one of, if not the only one left in Plymouth that features the unique pendants that hang from the corners of the eves. One other home I have seen with a pendant is on the SW corner of Blanche and I think Ann St or Harvey, in that area, that has a first floor version but that home was originally 2 story and has been highly modified.

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