Ephraim Hawley House

Ephraim Hawley House

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The Ephraim Hawley House, located in New England, is a Colonial American wooden post-and-beam timber-frame farm house built between 1670 and 1690. It is situated on the Farm Highway, or Route 108, on the south side of Mischa Hill in the village of Nichols in Trumbull, Connecticut.

The house is unique, besides being considered the oldest house in Trumbull, it has been located in four different townships in its history, but has never moved; Stratford (1670–1725), Unity (1725–1744), North Stratford (1744–1797) and Trumbull (1797–present).


Joan Oppenheim completed a report on the house while at Yale University. She concluded, after examining the structure, researching land records, probate records and the Hawley record, that the house was built between 1683 and 1690 by Farmer Ephraim Hawley who married Sarah Welles, granddaughter of Connecticut Colony Governor Thomas Welles in 1683 New England Families Genealogical and Memorial, William Cutter, 1914, Vol. 1 page...
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