|Title||Property Record of 14 South Avenue|
|Scope & Content||
Property Record of 14 South Avenue
- Lot 577 -
1882 Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly lease: John S. Strickland, Findley Lake, NY/ 99 years from 14 April 1882/ Term rent $180.00
1893 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Mrs. Betsey M. Strickland, Chautauqua, NY
1897 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Ella C. (Mrs. C.A.) Inglis, North East, PA
1897 Chautauqua Assembly lease: H.G. Allen, Forestville, NY
1898 Chautauqua Assembly lease: State Bank of Forestville
1903 Land Contract: The bank agreed to sell the leasehold and cottage to E.C. Luxton for $650.00 on a deferred payment plan
1911 Chautauqua Institution lease: E.C. Luxton, Chautauqua, NY
1912 Chautauqua Institution lease: Harman Farr, Chautauqua
1915 The July 2, 1915 Chautauquan Daily listed a few new cottages built since last summer including "a 2 story bungalow on Fletcher near South by Harmon Farr of Chautauqua."
1917 Chautauqua Institution lease: Mrs. Bertha M. Rogers, Cleveland, Ohio
1927 Estate: Bertha M. Rogers died intestate/ George B. Rogers, Administrator
1927 Chautauqua Institution lease: George B. Rogers, Cleveland, Ohio
1929 Chautauqua Institution lease: William R. & Esther M. Gott (H&W), New Kensington, PA
1939 Chautauqua Institution deed: William R. & Esther M. Gott/ In lieu of the 1929 lease to them/ 655/30
1951 W.H. & Anna Byron Bingler (H&W), Pittsburgh, PA/ As joint tenants with rights of survival/ (Deed not recorded)/ Note: This deed inadvertently designated W.A. Bingler as one of the grantees/ That is the name of one of the Bingler sons/ Ten years later, after the death of the father, the error was corrected by recording a Quit Claim Deed from W.A. Bingler to his mother and sister
1961 Estate: William H. Bingler died testate in Allegheny County, PA/ Mellon National Bank and Trust Co. Co-Trustee/ Wife, Anna Byron Bingler, Survivor
1961 Quit Claim Deed from W.A. Biingler, Johnstown, PA to his mother, Anna Byron Bingler and his sister, Margieann Bingler, both of Pittsburgh, PA/ As joint tenants/ 1176/516
1961 Mother, as survivor of William H. Bingler, to herself and daughter, Anna Byron Bingler and Margieann Bingler/ As joint tenants/ 1176/532
1987 Estate: Anna Byron Bingler died testate January 20, 1987 in Allegheny County, PA/ Son, W.A. Bingler, Executor/ The half interest in the Chautauqua property was willed to the holder of the other half, daughter, Margieann Bingler of Chautauqua, NY
1990 Margieann Bingler and her brother, William A. Bingler, Jr./ As joint tenants with a right of survivorship/ Subject to life use by Margieann Bingler, the Grantor, Chautauqua, NY/ 2227/615
2005 August 4 - William Bingler, Jr., & Margieann Bingler to Margieann Bingler, PO box 844, Chautauqua, NY 14722/ 53-17-8
2008 October 1 Eric Svenson, 4222 Stratford Rd., Youngstown, OH 44512; 2662/305
|Dates of Creation||2007|
|Collection||The Arthur Wade Property File Collection|
State Bank of Forestville
Rogers, Bertha M.
Rogers, George B.
Strickland, John S.
Strickland, Betsey M.
Inglis, Ella C.
Gott, William R.
Gott, Esther M.
Bingler, Anna Byron
Bingler, William H.
Bingler, William A., Jr.
|Object Name||Property reference file|
|Lexicon category||10: Unclassifiable Artifacts|
|Lexicon sub-category||Need to Classify|
|Dates of Accumulation||2007|
|Cottage Build Date||1914|