**Last updated 10/2/2018- updated the page overall.
Total Properties Featured: 42
The following entries are organized as follows: House name or name of prominent former resident if there is one, address, lifespan dates and reason for demolition, if applicable or known. A historic photo and a Google Maps link to the former/current location is also given. Only homes built prior to 1930 are included.
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1. Charles E. Markeson House: 2086 E. Broad Street, Bexley: Around 1885-Before 1925: Unknown reason for demolition. A newer home went on the site in 1925, but it’s not known if the house was torn down for this house or was already gone before that. The Markeson house was set back away from Broad significantly further than the current house is.
1. Claude Meeker House: 256 S. Columbia Avenue, Bexley: Around 1890-Around 1920: Replaced by a newer home that still exists.
1. Ferdinand Howald House: 78 Park Drive: 1912
1. John G. Deshler House: 15 N. Parkview Avenue (current address is 17 N. Parkview): Around 1900
2. Alfred Dietzel House: 320 N. Parkview Drive: Around 1900
3. Malcolm Jeffrey House (Governor’s Mansion): 358 N. Parkview Drive: 1925
1. Jessie Coons House: 7 Sessions Drive: 1927
1. Residential House: 1779 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1900-Around 1986: Unknown reason for demolition. The lot remains largely empty.
1. Nellie Feidner House: 1301 Aberdeen Avenue: 1925
2. John Miller House: 1304 Aberdeen Avenue: 1924
3. William Finckel House: 1359 Aberdeen Avenue: 1927
4. Leo Huey House: 1385 Aberdeen Avenue: 1921
5. Ella Dempsey House: 1399 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1900
6. Frank Copeland House: 1435 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1920
7. J.C. Reisinger House: 1485 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1920
8. Frank Nelson House: 1495 Aberdeen Avenue: 1923
9. Paul Nelson House: 1499 Aberdeen Avenue: 1923
10. Thomas Duffy House: 1503 Aberdeen Avenue: 1925
11. Claude Lively House: 1518 Aberdeen Avenue: 1924
12. Grace Garland: 1519 Aberdeen Avenue: 1920
13. Mary Roberts House: 1529 Aberdeen Avenue: 1923
14. Residential House: 1533 Aberdeen Avenue: 1925
15. Julia Housum House: 1591 Aberdeen Avenue: 1923
16. Frank Howell House: 1624 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1905
17. Albert Innis House: 1625 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1900
18. Lucy Reed House: 1640 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1900
19. Charles Hatcher House: 1646 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1910
20. Ella Armentrout House: 1666 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1910
21. Earl Kimball House: 1688 Aberdeen Avenue: 1923
22. Carrie Hunt House: 1689 Aberdeen Avenue: 1923
23. Howard Amann House: 1692 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1910
24. Annabelle Edgington House: 1867 Aberdeen Avenue: 1921
25. Residential House: 1907 Aberdeen Avenue: 1924
26. John Butterfield House: 1965 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1910
27. Residential House: 1971 Aberdeen Avenue: 1921
28. Geo Kidner House: 2005 Aberdeen Avenue: Around 1910
1. David Taylor House #1: 4831 E. Broad Street: 1825-Before 1920: David Taylor’s first house. There seems to be some confusion on the address for both houses. The addresses 4831 and 5300 are switched depending on the source. Today, the site is part of a golf course and country club, which began to build near the site as early as 1907.
There really isn’t a current location photo, as the exact location is now unknown. It sat well off of Broad Street.
2. David Taylor House #2: 5300 E. Main Street: Around 1843-Around 1950: Site now occupied with newer development.
As with the first house, the exact location is now unknown.
Other East Side Places Demolished
1. Charles Fisk House: 965 Alton Avenue: 1920-1966: Demolished for unknown reasons. The lot has been vacant ever since.
1. Adam Innis House: 1857 Cleveland Avenue: Around 1870-Around 1940: The Innis Family owned the house through 1937. A gas station was on the site by the early 1940s. Today, the site is vacant.
1. Michael Fisher House: 3085 S. High Street: 1820-Around 1964. Unknown reason for demolition. The house sat well back from High Street, along the banks of the Scioto River. Today, the site is overgrown and a road that led to the site is long since gone. The Google image shows where the driveway location had been.
**Historic photo is not available, yet.
1. William Shepard House: 790 N. Nelson Road: 1855-10/7/1981: This home burned down.
Other East Side Places Existing
1. Ferdinand Bowshier House: 785-787 Alton Avenue: 1912
1. Vera Sale-Ruddy House: 4003 Cleveland Avenue: Around 1905