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House Museums in Vermont, Houses on the National Register of
Historic Places in Vermont, Park-Mccullough Historic House, Old
Constitution House, Brownington Village Historic District, Dutton
House, Stencil House, Coolidge Homestead, Justin Smith Morrill
Homestead, Wilson Castle, Hildene, Settlers House, Athenwood and
the Thomas W. Wood Studio, Naulakha, 1950s House, Rokeby
(Ferrisburg, Vermont), Emma Willard House, King Block, George
Perkins Marsh Boyhood Home, Robert Frost Farm, Bill Wilson House,
Prentis House, Hyde Log Cabin, Manchester Village Historic District
(Manchester, Vermont), Chester Alan Arthur State Historic Site,
Henry House (Bennington, Vermont). Excerpt: Park-McCullough
Historic House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Trenor William
Park was born outside of Bennington, Vermont in Woodford, Vermont
on December 8, 1823. His family was not wealthy while he was
growing up. By age 16, Trenor was already studying law and
subsequently was admitted to the Vermont bar at age 21. He married
Hiland Halls daughter, Laura V.S. Hall, on December 15, 1846. They
had three children together: Eliza Lizzie Hall Park (born October
17, 1848, died 1938), Laura Lila or Birdie Hall Park (born 1858,
died 1939), and Trenor Train Luther Park (born 1861, died 1907).
Trenor, Laura and Lizzie traveled to San Francisco in 1852,
following Hiland Hall who had been appointed California Land
Commissioner. Trenor joined the law firm of Halleck, Peachy
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