George W. Seward House (1888)

September 21st, 2017 Posted in Guilford, Houses, Queen Anne

George W. Seward (d. 1928) was a builder in Guilford who was very active in town affair and served on the board of the Guilford Institute. In 1888, he built for himself the house at 33 Church Street, next door to his shop, which was at 39 Church Street.

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  2. By Cole Peck on Feb 13, 2018

    This may sound odd, but at a Seattle WA goodwill store, I found a pottery jug with the inscription “George W Seward, Guilford” on it. I wonder if anyone on this blog knows if this is connected to this man. I have photos I can send if anyone is interested. I know this isn’t an architecture inquiry, but I simply had to see if there is a connection. Thanks.

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