The Timothy Cowles House (1815)

September 2nd, 2007 Posted in Farmington, Federal Style, Houses

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The house built in 1815 for Major Timothy Cowles, on Main Street in Farmington, just south of First Congregational Church, is notable for its three pillared porticoes. When the Amistad survivors were staying in Farmington in 1841, Kagne, one of the three young girls in the group, was probably sheltered in the Timothy Cowles House. The house now owned by Miss Porter’s School.

  1. 2 Responses to “The Timothy Cowles House (1815)”

  2. By Geoffrey c. Cowles on Mar 23, 2014

    This is very interesting. Our family Chauncey d. Cowles settled here in buffalo ny in 1850.I am the great great grandson of this Cowles.
    My father Chauncey D. Cowles born 1911, his father. CDC born 1888 also have brother CDC III born apx 1945. My son Micheal Thomas Cowles born 1992

  3. By Geoffrey C. Cowles on Nov 20, 2016

    I am a first cousin of William Goodspeed and Timothy Cowles(sons of William Goodspeed Cowles(Bflo) of Northfield Minn. And grandfather of Noah David Cowles (son of Michael Thomas Cowles)of Buffalo NY

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