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Title Property Record of 14 South Lake Drive
Catalog Number 2007.09.145
Scope & Content Property Record of 14 South Lake Drive


- Lot 87 Simpson Ave. at SE corner of an Alley -

1873 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: William H. Scofield, Harmony, NY/ 99 years from 18 August 1873/ Term rent $75.00
1877 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association repurchased, for $300.00, the Northerly 20' of this 24' wide Lot 87 to widen the Alley/ It is now known as Miller Avenue downhill from Simpson Ave.
1880 The Southerly balance of 4' of Lot 87 together with the house on Lot 87 were assigned to Charles O. Scofield
1881 Assignment: Charles O. & S.M. Scofield (H&W) to Edward B. Fox
1887 Assignment: Mrs. Mary E. Fox, Panama, NY/ To widen her adjacent Lot 89


- Lot 88 Summerfield Ave. at SW cor of the Alley -

1873 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: E.S. Gillette, Cleveland, Ohio/ 99 years from 14 August 1873/ Term rent $50.00/ "Lot 88 less a strip ten feet in width reserved from the Northerly side of said Lot for an Alley."
1874 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: William A. Roberts, Harbor Creek, PA/ "Being the Southerly 20 feet of Lot 88."/ 157/43
1874 Assigned: Mrs. James S. Payne, Alvin Martin and Annie Baker, all of Jamestown, NY/ 215/133
1890 Chautauqua Assembly repurchased, for $550.00, the lease of the 20' to widen the Alley/ Now known as Miller Avenue at the Hotel William Baker corner of S. Lake Drive


- Lot 89 Simpson Ave. - Old 1871 Map

1875 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: Mrs. W.N. Allen, Westfield, NY/ 99 years from 15 July 1874/ Term rent $100.00/ 175/29
1877 Assigned: W.P. & M. Augusta Taylor (H&W)/ 157/29
1879 Assigned: Edward B. & Mary E. Fox (H&W)


- Lot 89 Simpson Ave. - New 1877 Map
(Old 89 plus 4 feet of Old 87)

1887 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Mary E. Fox, Panama, NY
1907 Mary E. Fox died testate; son, Isaac Lewis Fox, Executor/ The will directed her Executor "to sell and convert into money my house and Lot at 89 Simpson Ave."/ Wills 16/19
1907 Land Contract: The estate agreed to sell to Orsavilla V.M. Fritts "the house and furniture therein for $4000.00 on a deferred basis/ $200.00 down payment. Fell through
1909 Land Contract: The estate agreed to sell the furnished house to Mr. A. Madole for $4000.00/ $2000.00 down and balance in four $500.00 notes
1910 Chautauqua Institution lease: Mr. A. Madole, Chautauqua, NY (Lots 89 & 90)/ He named it the Lebanon Hotel/ 464/379


- Lot 90 Summerfield Ave. -

1874 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: Charles L. Jeffords, Jamestown, NY/ 99 years from 21 August 1873/ (Lots 90 & 92)and A
1880 Assigned: James D. Carlisle and Thomas Bakewell, both from Pittsburgh, PA
1880 Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly lease: Amelia E. Carlisle, Pittsburgh, PA
1881 Assigned: A.M. Martin
1881 Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly lease: William Thomas and A.L. Dunbar, Meadville, PA
1889 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Mrs. Jennie L. Payne, Brocton, NY
1892 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Miss Sally Madole, Erie, PA
1904 Sally Madole died intestate; her brother, Alvin Madole, Adm./ Lease assigned to F.F. Curtze, Erie, PA
1910 Chautauqua Institution lease: Mr. A. Madole (wife, Jennie M. Madole)/ 464/379


- Lots 89 & 90 The Lebanon Hotel -

1920 Mr. & Mrs. Madole assigned their Chautauqua property to their three children: Edna E. Whitmer 35%; Mary D. Mathews 35% and Harley A. Madole 30% subject to life use by their mother Jennie M. Madole/ All four interested parties assigned the leasehold to Mr. H.E.V. Porter
1921 Chautauqua Institution lease: H.E.V. Porter, Jamestown, NY
1932 Chautauqua Institution lease: Grace Estelle (Mrs. H.E.V.) Porter
1937 Chautauqua Institution lease: H.E.V. & Grace Estelle Porter (H&W) or survivor
1942 Chautauqua Institution deed: Same couple, jointly with right of survivorship/ In lieu of the 1937 lease/ 653/251
1943 Russell Wilson, Jr. (Wife, Dorothy R. Wilson)/ 682/266
1943 Bakeson Corporation, Chautauqua, NY/ 688/9 Note: Kenneth W. Baker, sole owner, renames the hotel William Baker in memory of this father, a long time Chautauqua resident
1972 Kenneth W. & Mary J. Baker (H&W), Winter Park, Fla./ 1441/80
1973 Hempfield Builders, Inc., Greenville, PA/ 1443/533
1976 Michael Halliday/ 1642/102
Chautauqua Institution Consent to the above transfer/ 1928/166
1985 Paul E. & Mary E. Handley (H&W), San Francisco, Calif./ 2044/136

50 18 2 91 93 Simpson Ave.
92 94 Summerfield Ave. (S. Lake Drive)

- Lot 91 Simpson Ave. -

1873 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: Albert A. Rockwood, Corry, PA/ 99 years from 20 August 1873/ Term rent $75.00
1875 Assigned: Miss Jane Siggins (Later Mrs. Jane S. Ferry)
1880 Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly lease: Mrs. Jane S. Ferry, St. Petersburgh, PA and Miss Mary Siggins, Ripley, NY
1890 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Miss Mary Siggins and Mrs. Sabina E. Parker
1908 Chautauqua Institution lease: Mrs. Carrie M. Cross and Miss Ann N. Streeter/ "Lot 91 less Southerly 3 feet"
1913 The Streeter interest sold to Mrs. Carrie M. Cross


- Lot 92 Summerfield Ave. -

1874 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: C.L. Jeffords, Jamestown, NY/ 99 years from 21 August 1873/ (Lots 92 & 90)
1880 Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly lease: Thomas Bakewell, Pittsburgh, PA
1881 Assigned: A.M. Martin
1881 Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly lease: Ada J. Gifford, Buffalo, NY
1883 Assigned: Mrs. J.E. Bolard, Bradford, PA; and Mrs. Elizabeth Scheik, New York City
1891 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Miss Mary Siggins and Mrs. Sabina E. Parker
1908 Chautauqua Institution lease: Mrs. Carrie M. Cross and Miss Anna N. Streeter
1913 The Streeter interest sold to Mrs. Carrie M. Cross


- Lot 93 Simpson Ave. -

1874 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: James E. Chapin, Ripley, NY/ 99 years from 1 August 1873/ Term rent $50.00/ 157/33
1888 Chautauqua Assembly lease: M.L. Ecker and Harvey C. Parkhurst
1893 Chautauqua Assembly lease: William H. Glenn and Harvey C. Parkhurst
1894 Chautauqua Assembly lease: William H. Glenn and Mrs. Estella Parkhurst/ (Later known as Estella Stewart)
1900 Chautauqua Assembly lease: William H. Glenn
1902 William H. Glenn died intestate/ Arthur Glenn, Adm.
1903 Chautauqua Institution lease: Arthur Glenn and Mrs. Ella H. Glenn
1903 Chautauqua Institution lease: Miss Delia L. Corser and Miss Myra H. Osgood
1904 Chautauqua Institution permission granted to build a "veranda on the rear of the building which shall extend no more than 10 feet upon Lot 94." Misses Corser and Osgood were acquiring Lot 94 from Mrs. Wetmore of Warren, PA
1905 Assigned: Mrs. Frances N. Gates
1906 Chautauqua Institution lease: Miss Anna N. Streeter, Buffalo, NY/ (Lot 93 & Sly 3' of 91)/ Then known as The Belvedere
Anna N. Streeter died intestate/ Only heirs at law were Carrie Streeter and Olin C. Streeter
1913 Chautauqua Institution lease: Mrs. Carrie M. Cross, Pike, NY

- Lot 94 Summerfield Ave. - Promenade - S. Lake Drive -

1874 Chautauqua Lake Camp Meeting Association lease: J. Alexander Leech, Greenville, PA/ 99 years from 13 August 1873/ Term rent $50.00/ 157/5
1878 Assigned: Maria C. Wetmore, Warren, PA
1906 Maria C. Wetmore sold her leasehold for $1200.00 to Frances N. Gates
1913 Assigned: Mrs. Carrie M. Cross, Pike, NY


- Logs 91, 92, 93 and 94 -

1933 Chautauqua Institution lease: Mrs. Carrie M. Cross for 99 years from September 22, 1873/ 602/241
Carrie M. Cross died testate/ Harry C. Cross and Olin Streeter, Etrs.
1944 Chautauqua Institution lease: Bakeson Corporation, Lebanon-Belvedere; Chautauqua, NY
1946 Chautauqua Institution deed: The Bakeson Corporation; K.W. Baker, President/ In lieu of the 1944 lease/ 775/445
1972 Kenneth W. & Mary J. Baker (H&W), Winter Park, Florida/ 1441/80
1973 Hempfield Builders, Inc., Greenville, PA/ 1443/533
1976 Michael Halliday, Greenville, PA/ 1642/102
Chautauqua Institution Consent to the above transfer 1928/166
1985 Paul E. & Mary E. Handley (H&W), San Francisco, California/ 2044/103
???? Chautauqua Inns, Chautauqua, NY/ 50-18-1
2000 Chautauqua Partners, LLC, Brecksville, OH/ 50-18-2
2004 (4/19) Chautauqua Partners, LLC, to Joseph Loconti Trust, 7445 Old Mill Rd., Gates Mills, OH 44040/ 50-18-3
2004 (11/24) Chautauqua Partners to Clifford Weidner Revocable Trust, 3791 Cracker Way, Bonita Springs, FL 34134/ 50-18-1.5
2004 (11/24) Clifford Weidner to Chautauqua Partners, LLC, 6140 Parkland Blvd., Mayfield Heights, OH 44124? 50-18-1.7
2004 (12/15) Chautauqua Partners to The Richard Barry Spivak Living Trust, 95 Cableknoll Lane, Moreland Hills, OH 44022/ 50-18-1.7
2004 (4/20) Hyland, Janet to Janet Hyland Trust, Fort Myers, FL 33917/ 50-18-2.12
2004 (9/27) Subagh Singh Winkelstein to Alfred & Frederika Scopp, Los Altos, CA 94024/ 50-18-2.3

--14 South Lake Dr. #1B--
2014 August 29 Seller: Joseph & Arlene LoConti; Buyer: Erin Starkey, 7460 Algonquin Dr., Cincinnati, O.H. 45243; 297.24-2-1.3

Additional material available in the property file.
Dates of Creation 2007
Collection The Arthur Wade Property File Collection
Search Terms Thomas, William
Scofield, William H.
Scofield, Charles O.
Scofield, S.M.
Fox, Edward B.
Fox, Mary E.
Gillette, E.S.
Roberts, William A.
Payne, Mrs. James S.
Martin, Alvin
Baker, Annie
Allen, Mrs. W.N.
Taylor, W.P.
Taylor, M. Augusta
Fox, Isaac Lewis
Fritts, Orsavilla V.M.
Jeffords, Charles L.
Carlisle, James D.
Bakewell, Thomas
Carlisle, Amelia E.
Martin, A.M.
Dunbar, William Thomas
Dunbar, A.L.
Payne, Jennie L.
Madole, Sally
Madole, Alvin
Curtze, F.F.
Madole, Jennie M.
Whitmer, Edna E.
Mathews, Mary D.
Madole, Harley A.
Porter, H.E.V.
Porter, Grace Estelle
Wilson, Russell, Jr.
Wilson, Dorothy R.
Baker, Kenneth W.
Baker, Mary J.
Halliday, Michael
Handley, Paul E.
Handley, Mary E.
Rockwood, Albert A.
Siggins, Jane
Ferry, Jane S.
Siggins, Mary
Parker, Sabina E.
Cross, Carrie M.
Streeter, Anna N.
Gifford, Ada J.
Bolard, J.E.
Scheik, Elizabeth
Chapin, James E.
Ecker, M.L.
Parkhurst, Harvey C.
Glenn, William H.
Parkhurst, Estella
Stewart, Estella
Glenn, Arthur
Glenn, Ella H.
Corser, Delia L.
Osgood, Myra H.
Gates, Frances N
Streeter, Carrie
Streeter, Olin C.
Leech, J. Alexander
Wetmore, Maria C.
Cross, Harry C.
Loconti, Joseph
Weidner, Clifford
Spivak, Richard Barry
Hyland, Janet
Winkelstein, Subagh Singh
Scopp, Alfred
Scopp, Frederika
Chautauqua Partners, LLC
Chautauqua Inns
Hempfield Builders, Inc.
Bakeson Corporation
William Baker Hotel
Real Estate
Cottages
LoConti, Arlene
LoConti, Joseph
Starkey, Erin
Object Name Property reference file
Classification Real Estate
Lexicon category 10: Unclassifiable Artifacts
Lexicon sub-category Need to Classify
Catalog type Archive
Dates of Accumulation 2007
Cottage Nickname 1910-The Lebanon Hotel; 1943-William Baker Hotel;