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Francis acquired the interest of his brother and resided in the place until his death on September 22 1880 leaving his widow, Elizabeth J Brimmer and several children.

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Rt 3 While this house on the south side of the Watertown-Sackets Harbor state road has not the exterior appearance of age that many old North Country houses have, it is said to be well over a century old.

It was built by James L Merriman of old colonial New England ancestry, great grandfather of Mrs Thomas M (Cora Reeves) Jumps, city.

Abner Reeves died in 1874 leaving his widow, Lorinda, and several children, and so this place has sentimental bonds for the Merriman, Reeves and Brimmer families, all of which have been richly associated with the lake and St. This property is perhaps better known as the Brimmer place, for it has been owned in the Brimmer family for 103 years.

Adriel Ely was one of the most prominent early residents of Watertown and probably had this native limestone house completed on the west side of Washington Street sometime in 1826 ready that year for his bride.

On June 13 1822 he bought 21.1 acres from Henry R Storrs of the Storrs Harbor family, and on April 14 1830 a little over 19 acres from Isaac and Jemima Leonard.

April 10 1938 he bought 23.10 acres from Joseph and Eliza Trumbull, and on June 19 of that year 13.33 acres from the Storrs estate.

Mr Ely was prominent as a Presbyterian, merchant and pension claims attorney.

He was instrumental in founding the Children's Home.

Apparently James L Merriman indulged in fishing for on April 19 1838 he bought an acre known as the Merriman fishing ground on Black River Bay from William Waring in the town of Brownville and on February 20 1843 a parcel of 243 acres of Storrs Harbor marsh lands.

On February 16 1853 Jason and Mary Fairbanks of Watertown village sold James L Merriman 130 acres in the St.

John T Brimmer died early in 1916 giving his widow, Harriet E Brimmer, a life-use of his estate and after her death equally to their children, Burleigh L Brimmer, Mrs Maude Brimmer Taylor and Mrs Edith H Jock.

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