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Title Property Record of 17 Simpson Avenue
Catalog Number 2007.09.412
Scope & Content Property Record of 17 Simpson Avenue


- Lot 118 -

1880 Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly lease: W.L. Thompson, East Liverpool, Ohio/ 99 years from 13 August 1880/ Term rent $340.00
1886 Chautauqua Assembly lease: Hannah E. (Mrs. J.E.) Rogers
Assigned: Mrs. Mary E. Traile, Titusville, PA
1925 Mary E. Traile died intestate October 4, 1925/ The Administrator, James J. Rogers assigned the lease to Mrs. DeLeo Rogers Birdsall as agent for, or nominee of, her mother, Mary E. Jones
1935 DeLeo Rogers Birdsall died intestate September 4, 1935/ Husband and son, Albert L. Birdsall, Sr., and Jr., were her only heirs at law
1942 Albert L. Birdsall, Sr. died September 14, 1942


- Lots 95 & 97 -

1951 Mary E. Jones died testate July 25, 1951/ Son, James J. Rogers and grandson, George E. Rogers, Executors/ The will bequeathed the leasehold interests in both of the rooming houses known as the Traile Cottages at 17 and 19 Simpson Ave. (Lots 95 and 97) as follows: 1/3rd to son, James J. Rogers, Jamestown, NY; 1/3 to granddaughter, Mary Josephine Rogers Moore, Attica, Ohio; 1/6th to grandson, George E. Rogers, East Cleveland, Ohio and 1/6th to grandson, William A. Rogers, Chicago, Illinois
1951 Agreement entered into by the named devisees and Albert L. Birdsall, Jr. of Kalamazoo, Michigan that he be entitled to a 3/16th interest/ The others were adjusted: 4/16th for son, James J. Rogers and to 3/16ths for each of the three grandchildren
1954 All five of the above named brought action in the Chautauqua County Supreme Court to quash an instrument that had been presented to Chautauqua Institution in 1925 purporting to transfer the two leases from Mary E. Traile to ---that same year/ Evidence established that Mrs. Traile was incompetent and unable to comprehend the nature of her acts at the time of the purported transfer/ It was ruled null and void/
1954 All five leaseholders assigned their interests to the Institution and as a group paid the 20% assessment required to obtain a deed/ They paid $1,075.00 and instructed the Institution to draw the deed(s) in the name of their purchaser, Mrs. Wensley
1954 Chautauqua Institution deed: Nina T. Wensley, Chautauqua, NY/ 1000/347


- Lot 95 continued -

1956 Clayton E. & Eunice D. Weber (H&W), Ithaca, NY/ 1066/258
1968 David H. & JoAnn H. Jubell (H&W), Chagrin Falls, Ohio/ As tenants by the entirety/ 1338/468
1981 David H. Jubell, Survivor
1981 Donald W. Ross, East Aurora, NY and Charles R. Ross, Miami, Florida/ As tenants in common/ 1918/303
2004 September 16 - Charles Ross to Seventeen Simpson, LLC, 20 Huntley Rd., Holmdel, NJ 07733/ 50-18-6
ca, NY
2006 May 8 - Seventeen Simpson, LLC to Frank & Judy Cservak, 3852 Morganza Rd., Bridgeville, PA 15017/ 297.24-2-7.2/ part of 50-18-6
2006 May 8 - Seventeen Simpson, LLC to Paul & Sherry Cavise, 26 E. Washington Av., Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716-1328/ 297.24-2-7.3/ Part of 50-18-6

- Unit 1C -
2008 November 24 Carol Green, Foreclosure; Buyer: Paul Cavise, 26 E. Washington Ave., Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716; 2666/995
Dates of Creation 2007
Collection The Arthur Wade Property File Collection
Search Terms Seventeen Simpson, LLC
Wensley, Nina Terrill
Ross, Charles R.
Ross, Donald W.
Thompson, W.L.
Rogers, Hannah E.
Traile, Mary E.
Rogers, James J.
Birdsall, DeLeo Rogers
Jones, Mary E.
Birdsall, Albert L., Sr.
Birdsall, Albert L., Jr.
Rogers, George E.
Moore, Mary Josephine Rogers
Rogers, William A.
Weber, Clayton E.
Weber, Eunice D.
Jubell, David H.
Jubell, JoAnn H.
Cservak, Frank
Cservak, Sherry
Cavise, Paul
Cavise, Sherry
Real Estate
cottages
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 Trail Cottage; The Jubellee
Cottage Build Date 1900