The "Moses Fellows house"
The “Moses Fellows house”

Thomas Sweet sold the lot at 22 East St. to Moses A. Fellows and Sarah G. Hodgkins on May 9, 1873 (936:1). Fellows built the present house shortly thereafter.

Fellows owned a lumber yard on Water Street. At 80 years old, he retired as a farmer at this address.

This house is an example of the Italianate style, with eave brackets, channeled pilasters at the corners, and “ankled” architraves over the windows.

Source: MACRIS