Below: The old Patterson Grist Mill. To the right is the corner of the old blacksmith shop.
Below: The old grist mill was restored a few years ago by the Parkman family.
Below: To the far left are the trees of my backyard.
Below: The ducks can be seen all winter long on the pond.
Below: a closer look at the mill.“James Patterson who came out from the old country and settled here in 1834, and who built a grist and lumber mill and store. The mill was burnt but later rebuilt..." ; "On
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During the mid 1900's the house was operated as a Bed & Breakfast by Mrs. Patterson. In 1970 the house was sold to the Makita's who also operated it as a B&B. In the late 1980's the Richardson family purchased the house and for a time operated a dental office from the large porch built on to the south of the house. Below is an old photo of the Patterson House from Barb (White) Morgan.