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 Adam Simonton of Ohio Family Homesteads 

Adam Simonton, along with sons John, Theophilus, and William came from Iredell County, North Carolina to the NorthWest Territory of Ohio in the Fall of 1796. The following collection of pictures are of the homesteads of Theophilus Simonton and his two oldest sons, Alexander and Adam, that were built in the early to mid-nineteenth century. 


Theophilus Simonton farm Aerial View
 
 
 Photographed by: Arne H. Trelvik (atrelvik@one.net)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Theo house from old photo
Older view of Theophilus Simonton's home. 
 
 Photographed by: Arne H. Trelvik (atrelvik@one.net)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Rear entrance to Theophilus Simonton homestead
A more recent view of Theophilus Simonton's home from the same angle. 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Rear entrance- Theo homestead
As viewed through the welcoming trellis 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Theophilus Simonton County Line Marker
The notch along the top of this County line stone marker divides the home of Theophilus Simonton in half, thus making him an early settler of both Claremont and Warren Counties. 
 
 Photographed by: Rich Raney (snugaza@aol.com)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Ginny in front of Theophilus Simonton fireplace
Ginny Farquer is sitting in front of the fireplace built by Theophilus Simonton and Samuel Ross. Samuel married Theo's daughter, Mary Simonton and they inherited the house from Theophilus according to his will.  
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/29/99
Old Mill Building- Theo homestead
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/29/99
Original Building on Theophilus Simonton homestead3
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/29/99
Dave & Ginny in front of spring house3
Dave Ross and Virginia Farquer located the home of Theophilus Simonton on October 29, 1999. The next day they found the Adam Simonton homestead, and the following day they found the Alexander Simonton homestead. 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/29/99
Spring House and Barns
 
 
 Photographed by: Rich Raney (snugaza@aol.com)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Adam Simonton-Elizabeth Ford homestead front yard
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/30/99
Adam Simonton- back yard of the house
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/30/99
Adam Simonton House - Close up Front View
 
 
 Photographed by: Rich Raney (snugaza@aol.com)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Adam Simonton House - Front _ Side View
 
 
 Photographed by: Rich Raney (snugaza@aol.com)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Adam Simonton Home - Driveway
 
 
 Photographed by: Rich Raney (snugaza@aol.com)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Adam Simonton house and barn
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/30/99
Adam Simonton barn
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/30/99
Adam Simonton barn- hand hewn timbers
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/30/99
Adam Simonton- barn and silo from driveway
 
 
 Photographed by: Virginia Farquer (sv1945@webtv.net)
 Photograph taken on: 10/30/99
Alexander Simonton Home
 
 
 Photographed by: Arne H. Trelvik (atrelvik@one.net)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00
Alex Simonton - side view
 
 
 Photographed by: Rich Raney (snugaza@aol.com)
 Photograph taken on: 8/19/00


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