John S. Dauwalter House

Also known as: 0-42
817 Seventh St., Boonville, Missouri

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National Register information 

Note: The following information comes from the NRHP database and has not been verified.
Status
Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on March 16, 1990
Reference number
82005296
NR name
Dauwalter, John S., House
Architectural style
Other architectural type; Vernacular brick
Area of significance
Architecture
Level of significance
Local
Evaluation criteria
C - Design/Construction
Property type
Building
Historic functions
Single dwelling; Animal facility; Secondary structure
Period of significance
1850-1874
Significant year
ca. 1869
Number of properties
Contributing buildings: 4

Comments 

John S. Dauwalter House
Posted December 29, 2021, by Katy Buchanan Remensky (kbrcpr [at] gmail [dot] com)

Hello

Iím interested in learning more about this home. My paternal grandmother was Elizabeth Dauwalter Buchanan. Her parents were Frederick Dauwalter and Wilhelmina Kratz (she passed away when my grandmother was fairly young.) I think this may have been a home to my grandmotherís family at some point.

I may also have some photos to corroborate, but I have a lot of material to go through.

My mom, who was married to Elizabeth Dauwalterís son Richard, passed away recently and in going through her archives I may have found some photos. Have to go back through to be sure.

Is it possible to say how John was related to Fred? I do know that the Dauwalter family in Boonville operated a saddle shop, if memory serves correctly.

Thanks

John S. Dauwalter House
Posted December 29, 2021, by Katy Buchanan Remensky (kbrcpr [at] gmail [dot] com)

Hello

Iím interested in learning more about this home. My paternal grandmother was Elizabeth Dauwalter Buchanan. Her parents were Frederick Dauwalter and Wilhelmina Kratz (she passed away when my grandmother was fairly young.) I think this may have been a home to my grandmotherís family at some point.

I may also have some photos to corroborate, but I have a lot of material to go through.

My mom, who was married to Elizabeth Dauwalterís son Richard, passed away recently and in going through her archives I may have found some photos. Have to go back through to be sure.

Is it possible to say how John was related to Fred? I do know that the Dauwalter family in Boonville operated a saddle shop, if memory serves correctly.

Thanks

John S. Dauwalter House
Posted December 29, 2021, by Katy Buchanan Remensky (kbrcpr [at] gmail [dot] com)

Hello

Iím interested in learning more about this home. My paternal grandmother was Elizabeth Dauwalter Buchanan. Her parents were Frederick Dauwalter and Wilhelmina Kratz (she passed away when my grandmother was fairly young.) I think this may have been a home to my grandmotherís family at some point.

I may also have some photos to corroborate, but I have a lot of material to go through.

My mom, who was married to Elizabeth Dauwalterís son Richard, passed away recently and in going through her archives I may have found some photos. Have to go back through to be sure.

Is it possible to say how John was related to Fred? I do know that the Dauwalter family in Boonville operated a saddle shop, if memory serves correctly.

Thanks