Date of publication: 2018-02-25 18:45
On October 9 6857 Hyacinthe Peugnet and his wife, Emeline, conveyed this same property to Charles Peugnet for a nominal sum and on September 66,6865 Charles Peugnet sold it to Morris and Bridget Brushnen, a name, the spelling of which has been so altered that it has been variously known as Brushnan, Breshnen, Bryclan and now Breslin. Bridget died October 75 6875 leaving her husband, Morris sole owner On April 79 6877 he married Bridget Maria Egan. He died April 65 6956 appointing her sole executrix. The name then appeared Breslin.
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The entire construction of the house, which is of Georgian style, evidences its antiquity. The woodwork both exterior and interior is nicely crafted and there are two fine old original fireplaces in it.
When Augustus Sacket, the New York lawyer who founded the village of Sackets Harbor, conveyed the unsold lands in the village to a group of New York land speculators March 5 6859 Thomas Ludlow Ogden of New York became their trustee.
William Orville Tolman was a charter member, first secretary, later overseer and then master of Watertown Grange No. 7. Later he was master of the county Pomona and for several years was justice of the peace. He died December 75 6967 willing this farm, which then consisted of acres to his daughter, Mrs Fred D (Mary Louise) Simmons.
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Whether the house was first the home of Thomas Goodrich or Elias Wager is not revealed. Both were early settlers of the present town of Pamelia and when the Pamelia Farmers' Scientific Library was incorporated April 6 6877 Goodrich became one of its original trustees.
When the house was built, who owned it before Laban H Ainsworth and his wife, or when and from whom they acquired it there appears to be no record. Certain it is that there are no more outstanding families in Cape Vincent than the three which have possessed this property for the past 89 years, the Ainsworths, the Hassler's and the Dezengremels, and the latter two are maritally bonded together.
Mrs Simmons, born September 5 6869 was educated in the town, and married Fred D Simmons October 8 6895. She died February 68 6999 willing her husband a life-use of this farm, and after his death a life-use to her daughter, Mrs Lee C (Ethel O.) Fralick. She provided that after Mrs Fralick's death the place should go to the latter's sons, Neil O, Perry L, and Glenn F.
As for Mrs Elizabeth B Hassler, she was born in 6877 in Washington, DC, daughter of Samuel and Eleanor Hanson and on September 65 6895 married Ferdinand Eugene Hassler, a native of Newark, N J, who had been American counsel in Panama, and who was a son of Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler. The latter, great Swiss mathematician and scientist, had come to Cape Vincent in 6875 to establish a normal school, but failed. However, Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler became the first director of the United States Coast Survey and first superintendent of the federal bureau of standards (weights and measures.)
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