SAUNDERS-M.C. PRIEST HOUSE at the KENNEBEC RIVERSIDE. Mr. Priest had the house dismantled rather than sell it, as described in the Richmond Bee story below:
THEOBALD house at the south end of the island may have been the first home built there.
GARDINER-DUMARESQUE house. DOCTOR SYLVESTER GARDINER built this house as a wedding gift for his daughter who married CAPTAIN PHILIP DUMARESQUE. During the 1968 renovation of the house, the style was changed to a saltbox, as seen in the photos below.
Upper PRIEST house sat approximately where the new garage was built to house tractors.
Lower PRIEST house, sat at the bottom of the circle driveway at the DUNBAR-BLEN-STAFF house.
CAPTAIN WILLIAM LILLY & wife SARAH TALLMAN LILLY’S property. The house was dismantled in 1962. The windows were donated to the Boothbay Railway Village where they are now in a building in the village.
E.C. HATCH-MAXWELL-TARR-HIGGINS house. Jesse Tarr once operated a black fox farm here.
UNDERWOOD house, sat on the KENNEBEC RIVERSIDE
C.F. and LILLIAN WADE house. The WADE family began an apple orchard with many varieties of apples. A well-sweep sits on the front lawn where the family obtained fresh water.
W.A. LEWIS house. Note the stone base for the front porch.
MACDONALD-PUSHARD house. A small gazebo once sat to the front and right of the house.
One of the first lean-2s built at the campground. Looking across the channel to Little Swan Island