A series on the lost architecture of Mansfield Connecticut
LOST MANSFIELD # 6: THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH IN MANSFIELD CENTER. Founded in 1710, the Congregational church in Mansfield Center is the oldest church in Tolland County.
LOST MANSFIELD # 5: THE WILLIAM SIMONDS HOUSE.
LOST MANSFIELD # 4: THE ISAIAH RAMSDELL HOUSE. In 1838, Edwin Fitch built this house for Isaiah Ramsdell.
LOST MANSFIELD #3: THE HOWE/STORRS/DEWING HOUSE. This house was built by Abner Howe in 1794/95. It was later owned by Squire Zalmon Storrs and then inherited by his daughter, Susan Storrs Dewing.
LOST MANSFIELD #2: JOHN SALTER HOUSE, MANSFIELD CENTER. This house, built c. 1754 for John Salter, Esq., was one of the landmarks of Mansfield Center.
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