Streetsboro Heritage Foundation
Warren Kimes (1878-1939) & Jennie Housel Kimes (1883-1966)
The Kimes home was torn down when McDonalds was built; today El Campesino Mexican Restaurant is in this location.
Photo was dated 1937 when SR 14 was being filled in.
Cedar Point 1910-1920
- Jennie Housel (far left) married Warren Kimes (far right) in 1906
- Kitty Housel (wearing glasses) married Sam Rogers (next to her) in 1901
- Earl Root married (black and white hat) Effie Kent (white hat) in 1911
Jennie Housel Kimes
Warren & Jennie Kimes
December 12, 1906
9169 State Route 14
Oldest daughter Ethel Kimes born in 1913, standing in front of their home on State Route 14. Pecks General Store is visible on the right; Ferguson house, partially hidden in the trees, is across the road (State Route 43) from Pecks.
Streetsboro's 1922 Centennial photograph included a picture of Jennie Kimes at age 39 wearing a dark dress. Her 9 year old daughter Ethel is in the bottom row of the large photo wearing white stockings.
1936 "Grandma Jennie" stands in the yard on State Route 14 near the intersection of 303 looking east. The white gas station behind her is still standing 76 years later pumping Marathon gas.