Judge William Shaw Anderson House

Judge William Shaw Anderson House is a building in Austintown, Ohio, listed in the National Register of Historic Places on 1976-03-17. It is also known as the "Strock Stone House."

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Judge William Shaw Anderson House - Historic Uses
... Single Dwelling History of the house The Judge William Shaw Anderson house, also known as the Strock Stone House, was built in 1831 of huge blocks of sandstone, some weighing as much as 750 pounds, quarried from ... of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley, says the house was built by William McClure, but the first residents were William Strock and his family ... William Strock, who was born June 12, 1801 to Joseph Strock and Betsy Bensinger Strock in Tyrone Township, Pennsylvania ...

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