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Featuring over 50 historic homes with color and black and white photos, “Then and Now” photos for most homes. Descriptions include homes’ histories and information about the people who lived there.

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Francis Adelaide Cooley (Campbell) Ward (1851-1936) and James Ward (1840-1928) were married in 1903 and lived in North Ogden. It was the second marriage for both, as the first wife of James died in 1902 and Francis divorced her first husband in 1897. They each had 11 children from their previous marriages, and also raised a granddaughter. ... See MoreSee Less

Francis Adelaide Cooley (Campbell) Ward (1851-1936) and James Ward (1840-1928) were married in 1903 and lived in North Ogden.  It was the second marriage for both, as the first wife of James died in 1902 and Francis divorced her first husband in 1897.  They each had 11 children from their previous marriages, and also raised a granddaughter.Image attachment

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My Great-Great Grandmother who raised my grandmother, Leona Holmes Rhees, after the death of Alta Campbell Holmes.❤

Mystery solved! This previously unidentified wedding photo from an old photo album owned by Mary Lillias (Montgomery) Randall has been identified as Charlotte Woodfield (1873-1957) and Albert Ward (1871-1971). They were the parents of five children. ... See MoreSee Less

Mystery solved!  This previously unidentified wedding photo from an old photo album owned by Mary Lillias (Montgomery) Randall has been identified as Charlotte Woodfield (1873-1957) and Albert Ward (1871-1971).  They were the parents of five children.

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Jeremiah Jones Alison Price Hamilton

Rosemary Jones

Charlotte Woodfield and Albert Ward , my grandmother Emma Woodfields sister.

I currently live in Marys childhood home. Thats a fun connection 🥰

I know Ray Ward who I think is probably a relative (grandson?) because of the resemblance between the two men.

Charlotte and Albert have a son Ralph Ward who married Mary Ann Rhodes and lived in Liberty They are my husband's grandparents and are buried in Liberty cemetery.

Cariane Weston Bowles I saw you liked this! You’ll have to show gram 🤍

These are my great great grandparents!

They are my Great Grandparents!!❤️❤️. They were awesome!!!

Love this old picture and her dress is so fancy.

Brendan Wiseman Lynnette Loughton Rosanne Chadwick

These are my great grandparents

My great grandparents!

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Our previous post has the wrong photo! This one is right: The William and Susan (Berrett) Ellis home was constructed around North Ogden's old log schoolhouse in about 1888. The schoolhouse was originally built near the Cannery, but moved to 648 E. 2550 N. so it would be within the fort walls. The home is currently for sale by owner! ... See MoreSee Less

Our previous post has the wrong photo!  This one is right:  The William and Susan (Berrett) Ellis home was constructed around North Ogdens old log schoolhouse in about 1888.  The schoolhouse was originally built near the Cannery, but moved to 648 E. 2550 N. so it would  be within the fort walls.  The home is currently for sale by owner!Image attachment

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Fredrick Ellis?

These pics are so cool!! Keep’em comin!!

The first photo in this post is incorrect. See new post for correct photo. The home in the older photo belonged to Frederick William Ellis and was located in North Ogden at 450 E. 2698 N.
The William and Susan (Berrett) Ellis home was constructed around North Ogden's old log schoolhouse in about 1888. The schoolhouse was originally built near the Cannery, but moved to 648 E. 2550 N. so it would be within the fort walls. The home is currently for sale by owner!
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The first photo in this post is incorrect.  See new post for correct photo. The home in the older photo belonged to Frederick William Ellis and was located in North Ogden at 450 E. 2698 N.
 The William and Susan (Berrett) Ellis home was constructed around North Ogdens old log schoolhouse in about 1888.  The schoolhouse was originally built near the Cannery, but moved to 648 E. 2550 N. so it would  be within the fort walls.  The home is currently for sale by owner!Image attachment

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Linda Weaver

Was there brick on the original home?

Great Post. Thank you for sharing.

It’s a cute house.

North Ogden Historical Museum do you know how many times the home was remodeled? These photos are from the Ellis Family Memories on Family Search Website and look quite a bit like the current home for sale.

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Who attended good old Weber? This is a photo of Weber High School in about 1950. ... See MoreSee Less

Who attended good old Weber?  This is a photo of Weber High School in about 1950.

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I did

My parent's and grandfather did.

Wish I had been able to go to the old Weber.

Debra Stoddard

1973. Last year in the old building.

It had windows🤣🤣 lucky!!

It was a grand place to attend High School.

My parents and grandparents. I remember watching them tear down the building. So sad.

Class of '69

Shelley Deamer Campbell Jody Deamer

I hate that they tore it down.

I did! But there wasn’t any parking in front of it when l went there. The seminary building on the north was there then.

Me

My mom and her siblings went there. I tooka class there when the ATC was using the building before it was torn down.

Class of 1959.

I attended Weber for 1 year. Then they built Bonneville.

My dad rode one of the very old school buses down from Huntsville with no heat to the old Weber High. Graduated 1938!

Look at the old cars.

Class of '71

Leon Greenwell

Class of 72

Me, my older brothers and my parents

me to

Yes, 2 of the coolest people you know. Thats where we met . We graduated in 1960 in May , got married in Dec. We thought we knew it all!!!!🤪

I fid

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