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E. O. (Edward Oscar) FALLIS

Albion, Noble County, Indiana

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My fourth cousin three times removed, Edward Oscar FALLIS, Toledo, Ohio, was an architect and a second great-grandson of George FALLIS, son of Thomas FOLLIS my first known ancestor. E. O. FALLIS is mentioned many times on the internet. He designed this 1889 Albion, Noble County, Indiana Courthouse now on the National Register of Historic Places, April 30, 1889 similar looking Williams County, Ohio Courthouse also on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1886 Paulding County, Ohio Courthouse on the National Register of Historic Places, and September 30, 1885 opened Adrian, Lenawee County, Michigan Courthouse also on the National Register of Historic Places and Valentine Theatre opened December 25, 1895 in Toledo, Ohio.

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E. O. FALLIS designed the Albion, Noble County, Indiana courthouse listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Additional photos are towards the bottom of the Robert Pence page. Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana has some correspondence page 13 with the architect E. O. FALLIS.

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Toledo, Ohio

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