James Hadley and Isabelle Moore Hadley House (1872)

This is a private home, so please pull off the road in front of the house. Use your blinkers.

In 1871 James Hadley (1846-1917) built a new house on Lebanon Road for his wife Isabelle Moore Hadley and their young family. It was white with tall green shutters and scrollwork on the porches and under the eaves. Inside was a parlor and a music room, and a winding staircase with a polished wood banister.

They raised seven children there, and the two daughters Ruth and Bertha spent their whole lives here. They were faithful members of Springfield Friends Meeting. James Hadley was the Director of the nearby Osage Corner School. This one family occupied the house for over 100 years, and it was the center of their family activities.



1633 Lebanon Road, Clarksville, OH 45113