14 Morton Street

Historical Narrative: 

Themes: architectural, community development.

This was originally a carriage house of J. L. Abbott House, 57-59 Central Street, moved here.

Owners:
Original: John Lovejoy Abbot
Karl and Geneva Killorin
Sold in Jan. 1967 to Harold Wightman (1975-77)
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Bibliography/References: 

Essex County Registry Deeds, Salem, MA
Essex Northern Registry Deeds, Lawrence, MA
Andover Historical Society files

Owners;
Edward C. Upton, wife Eliza - 1872 - lot of land
Hannah A. Jaquith - May 1, 1872 - b. 14, p. 255
Henry Jaquith estate, Harry Jaquith, Admins, - Nov. 17, 1912 - Probate b. 325 p. 341 - 342
Newton Jaquith - July 22, 1927 b. 534 p. 166
Mary Alice Jaquith - July 22, 1927 - b. 534 p. 166
Harry J. & Eliza J. Fisher - Nov. 17, 1932 - b. 567 p. 488
Harry J. Fisher estate, heir Eliza J. Fisher -
Geneva H. Killorin - Oct. 18, 1943 - b. 660 p. 494
Harold J. & Gladys K. Wightman - May. 2, 1955 - b. 812 p. 137
Harold J. Wightman estate, Gladys K. Wightman
Raymond N. & Margaret A. Pike III - June 26, 1991 - b. 3275 p. 163
Julie M. Fitzgerald, Michael W. Motsinger - Sept. 24, 2013 - b. 13644 p. 316

Inventory Data:

StreetMorton St
PlaceAndover Center
Historic DistrictNot Applicable
Historic NameAbbott, John Lovejoy Carriage House
Present Useresidence
Original Usecarriage house
Construction Date1780 - 1840's
SourceERDS, ENRDL, AHS file, njs, style
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Foundationstone/granite/brick
Wall/Trimclapboards/wood
Roofasphalt - gable
Major Alterationsaluminum siding added 1973
Conditionexcellent
Moved?Yes
Acreage0.043 acre - 1,860 sq. ft.; approximate frontage 40'
Settingresidential
Map and parcel40-44
MHC NumberANV.378
Recorded byStack/Mofford, James Batchelder
OrganizationAndover Preservation Commission
Date entered1975-77, 4/6/2015

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