Tag Archives: Stratford on the Whetstone

Thursday’s Doors ~ Janes’ House, distant view

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This house sits on some acreage,

a great expanse of green.

This four-pillared home

once belonged to the

Janes’ family  in

the 1820 -1840’s,

founding members

of the mill owner’s family.

This house has the white

barn with hex symbols set

back and down a winding road.

(The post with barn which matches

this whitewashed brick home 

may be found on May 25, 2017.)

Traveling back into the 1800’s

here in my small town to a

beginning industry and 

series of barn posts.

Still would like to

thank those who 

read my doors’

posts and go

check out the

Thursday’s Doors

manager, Norm

Frampton at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Have fun exploring Norm’s doors

and his blue frogs which link us

to centuries of doors of all kinds.

Thursday’s Doors ~ side view of The Barn at Stratford, post #4

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Pretty brick designs on

antique stoned walls,

sides of the large red barn.

I had never gotten out of my car,

passing this large, well-kept barn

at least once or twice monthly

for over thirty years. The “back road”

on our family’s way Home.

The black shuttered attic vent

is decorated with red painted frame

and has a semi-circular brick arch.

Although no doors here, more than

enough found on the first published

Thursday’s Doors today whose 

Host, Norm Frampton, is found here:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Hope you enjoy discovering the

Joy of doors and their photographers.

The Barn design ~ Stratford on the Whetstone, post #3

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Thank you for checking out

this barn design used for our

Delaware County Historical Society,

~ Delaware, Ohio ~

Please check out other posts 

today but no need for comments.

I posted an invaluable link on

each of the other posts.