Tibbitts Barn at 46225 N. Terriorial

29 Jun


Where Plymouth “began”. This is a photo of the historic Tibbitts Barn located at 46255 N. Territorial Rd behind the home that was built by John Tibbitts circa 1826. This is “where it began”. Plymouth was first settled in 1824 and in 1827 the Town’s people met at the farmstead of John Tibbitts, they gathered in the barn and voted in the first town council and chose the name PLYMOUTH! It’s amazing to see that the current owner has put lots of work in preserving this wonderful piece of Plymouth’s history. Although difficult to see from North Territorial Rd, this photo was taken from the back of the property.

2 Responses to “Tibbitts Barn at 46225 N. Terriorial”

  1. Braylord July 3, 2015 at 1:58 AM #

    An olde Indan route-re-blazed by the Sutton Family(1824?), just keep going West, podna…very TERRITORIAL. Second barn lost due to that sub next door…COOPers CornerS.

    • Suzanne Curtiss June 13, 2018 at 2:08 PM #

      There is also a carriage house used by current owners as a garage.

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