||This historic home was
built in 1852 for the Beery family. The home was later occupied by
one of the Beery daughters, Leefe (Beery) McConnell and her
family. The home was donated to the Wyandot County Historical
Society by the McConnell family and opened as a museum in 1962.
(Information taken from the "Wyandot
||Home of Edwin Brown. Note from Mary Lou Kohl: "Here
is a photo of the home on 23 that Edwin Brown had built. It is
now owned by the Wyandot County Human Society. I am attaching
an article about the
house that we found at the Carey library this summer"
house Edwin had built in his
later years when he moved from the farm into Carey. If you look
at the street sign you will see it is W. Brown Street. Here is
||Joshua McCleary homestead provided by Sharon S. McCleary
||Wagner home North of Carey, Ohio