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Hyrum and Isabella Roylance built a home and barn in North Ogden around 1880 at 360 E. Elberta Drive. The property was sold to their son William in 1915. In about 1950 the barn and 5 acres of land were sold to David and Elva Brown, who converted the barn into a home. The sturdy home is now owned by the Brown's daughter, Leah and Jeff Kinney. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hyrum and Isabella Roylance built a home and barn in North Ogden around 1880 at 360 E. Elberta Drive.  The property was sold to their son William in 1915.  In about 1950 the barn and 5 acres of land were sold to David and Elva Brown, who converted the barn into a home.  The sturdy home is now owned by the Browns daughter, Leah and Jeff Kinney.Image attachment

 

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That is totally cool to know. Hyrum is my great, great grandfather.

Hey. I was raised in that barn as well. We must be related.

Hey, that’s my house!

Come and visit the North Ogden Museum and we can show you more pictures and histories.

No way..... Ha Ha..that's incredible that you have all that history. Well Done.

I know this house well from younger days

Matthew Kinney check it out!

I watched Friday night music videos in that barn.

Love this stuff

👍 Went to school with Susan Brown Clements , I short cuted through there back field on my way to N Ogden elementary in the late 50s and early 60s. Good Neighbors

I once ate an oreo shake in that barn made by Matthew Kinney

Brittney Ormond Check this out Fun facts Involving 2 dear friends

Cool history!

#raisedinabarn

So many memories here. Thanks for featuring this! Sean Patrick Kinney Jerry Kinney

Sharol Thorstensen Bentley you should drive by and look at this.

Jerry Roylance

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Do you have any information about this photo? There were several homes like this one built in North Ogden. To the right behind the house looks like it could be the yellow brick school (North Ogden Central School) from the south side. ... See MoreSee Less

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Do you have any information about this photo?  There were several homes like this one built in North Ogden.  To the right behind the house looks like it could be the yellow brick school (North Ogden Central School) from the south side.

 

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The view of this pic seems like it would be facing west. There doesn't seem to be any mountains in the background. I don't think it is facing south, the lay of the land seems to go uphill behind the house.

I think it is on 2600 across from the police station. The school is half a block north. Look at the steps in front. I think some Chadwicks lived there early on—maybe even built it.

It looks like the building on the corner of Washington and 2650, west of the elementary. It used to do photography, then cut hair. Not sure anymore. But darling home!

It looks like a house on 2600. Not sure what thAt is to the east in the back ground.

Isn't this house just west of north ogden elm?🤔🤔 I could totally be wrong...

Gayla Shupe do you recognize this home?

Carolyn Swallow, does it look familiar to you?

Debra Bray Camp - do you have any idea? Or maybe one of your cousins would.

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Don't forget this event tomorrow at the museum!
Book signing for "Weber County in World War II" on April 7 from 1 to 3 pm. at the North Ogden Historical Museum - 545 E. 2750 N. The authors will be speaking about some of their favorite stories in the book. Books will be for sale.
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Dont forget this event tomorrow at the museum! 
Book signing for Weber County in World War II on April 7 from 1 to 3 pm. at the North Ogden Historical Museum - 545 E. 2750 N.  The authors will be speaking about some of their favorite stories in the book.  Books will be for sale.

 

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Oh good, I love these little books!

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
North Ogden Historical Museum

John and Rachel (Roylance) Woodfield built this home in about 1887 at 1808 N. 400 E. in North Ogden. They were the parents of 12 children. John came to North Ogden in 1862, carrying all his possessions in a handkerchief tied to a stick. ... See MoreSee Less

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John and Rachel (Roylance) Woodfield built this home in about 1887 at 1808 N. 400 E. in North Ogden. They were the parents of 12 children. John came to North Ogden in 1862, carrying all his possessions in a handkerchief tied to a stick.Image attachment

 

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Wouldn't this house make a cool museum?

And my grandparents lived next door

Our home is older and still owned by the hill family just a block south

Rachel is my great, great grandfather’s (Hyrum Roylance) sister. Thanks for the info about this residence. Cool to know.

This has been a cool post for my husband's family to see. John & Rachel were my husband's great great grandparents (his grandma's grandparents).

I used to live in the little green house that was across the street on North Washington. I’m from the Barker clan in North Ogden

These were my great grandparents. Their daughter Isabel was my grandma!

Awesome now let's try to keep it without it being demolished. Not many historical homes left!

Thanks for sharing this Jennifer. It was a thrill to see it.

Mary Lou you know this home well!!!

That’s my great grandparents.

Dani Lynn Niederhauser

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
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Weber High Cheerleaders from 1947 to 2016! ... See MoreSee Less

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Weber High Cheerleaders from 1947 to 2016!Image attachment

 

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I guess when they used the word “from” they decided to leave out classes 1948-2015?

Several fun former students in there!

Awesome!!!

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