North Ogden Historical Museum

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North Ogden Through Time

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos — with Cheryl Stoker and 2 others.
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Baseball through time: North Ogden had a championship team in 1904, pictured with their trophies. The city's baseball team in 2016 is shown at the Spackman-Cottrell Ballpark stadium which was constructed in 1900. Click on photos for more info. ... See MoreSee Less

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Baseball through time: North Ogden had a championship team in 1904, pictured with their trophies.  The citys baseball team in 2016 is shown at the Spackman-Cottrell Ballpark stadium which was constructed in 1900.  Click on photos for more info.Image attachment

 

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Lewis Randall was my great uncle. If you look at the names you realize most of them were relatives of one another. With five Chadwick daughters, Chadwicks and Randalls seem to have been related to everyone in north Ogden

Some of the old gloves visible in the photo are amazing. I have one that was handed down from my grandfather . He was hit in the head by a baseball and died from the injury.

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The Chadwick barn was located around 1500 N. 400 E. in North Ogden. Obituary written by Virginia Chadwick Jensen. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Chadwick barn was located around 1500 N. 400 E. in North Ogden.  Obituary written by Virginia Chadwick Jensen.

 

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I believe Larry Jensen sent the museum a CD with these pictures on it.

I was a small child when this barn fell down! I remember feeding ducks and geese there! My Great Grandfather Abraham Earl Chadwick had etched the names of his Cattle on the walls of the barn. It was located behind the small white household and the neighboring Blue house at 1512 N Washington Blvd. as a young married man I lived in the blue house and would often walk the foundation of the old barn. The Posted article was written by my Grandmother Virginia Chadwick Jensen. Thank you for sharing!

This picture appears to have been taken from my Grandfathers (Ralph Chadwick) backyard. A house I lived in for 10 years after he died. 1400 N. 400 E.

Thank you for this history.

Earls home located in front of the barn.

More pictures of the same barn

When I was 10/11 years old (1962-64), we lived in North Ogden in Mt Erie subdivision. My best friend was Cathy Chadwick. She lived in an old farm house not far from the subdivision, I’m wondering if this was the barn on that property.

Thanks for the memories. 😞

This barn was originally build and moved from just West of the North Ogden Senior's Center in 1924.

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Located in the Nephi Manning photos, this picture was labeled "1932 - sister and kids in the snow." It could be one of Florence Barker Manning's sisters Lottie or Bertha with their children in North Ogden. ... See MoreSee Less

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Located in the Nephi Manning photos, this picture was labeled 1932 - sister and kids in the snow.  It could be one of Florence Barker Mannings sisters Lottie or Bertha with their children in North Ogden.

 

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Great picture!

Jann Manning Lindy Hall

How do I get the history of my house in North Ogden?

When the white man came here as immigrants 😂

Amazing clarity in this photo! A keeper for sure.

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
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The William and Susan (Berrett) Ellis home was built around the first North Ogden school. The school was moved from near the Cannery to 648 E. 2550 N. in 1853. The property was later purchased by the Ellis family who remodeled the home and raised seven children. ... See MoreSee Less

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The William and Susan (Berrett) Ellis home was built around the first North Ogden school.  The school was moved from near the Cannery to 648 E. 2550 N. in 1853.  The property was later purchased by the Ellis family who remodeled the home and raised seven children.Image attachment

 

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That's really cool. I grew up right around the corner. Walked by it on the way to school.

Homes outlive their occupants. Good wood.

Paul Whaley, Susie Whaley Dillard, Jessie Charlene Hill. Neighbor Taylor house

Super cool!

My grandmothers maiden name was Ellis

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Emil Aboil Chatelain (1889-1970) is pictured with his daughters, Fay, Melba, and Virginia (L-R) in about 1922. The photo was taken in North Ogden around 1050 E. 2750 N. ... See MoreSee Less

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Emil Aboil Chatelain (1889-1970) is pictured with his daughters, Fay, Melba, and Virginia (L-R) in about 1922.  The photo was taken in North Ogden around 1050 E. 2750 N.

 

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The barn in the background is what was used to build the barn that sits on my place today. I have used some of that wood to finish the walls of a family room in my basement.

Our new home is 1 1/2 blocks behind them. Love the neighborhood.

Look at all of that open land!

Ilene Graves

Melba was my second-grade teacher... She was my favorite teacher

I love this! I miss my house and felt their mother’s spirit (not a bad one) often in the 25 years we lived there. Oh I just love this picture. Dale looked a lot like his father.

Harlee Chatelain, Lindsey Chatelain, Brady Chatelain, Kris Chatelain Toni Chatelain Carroll Linda Schneider Karen Mathews

Amber Jones Chastain

Great photos keep them coming.

All homes there now. Great pic! Great

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