|The veranda has been updated and was originally similar to Ferguson's to the right.|
The old garage is still there; look down the driveway.
|The Lumley residence is in the middle of the photo. |
Originally, all verandas were similar to Ferguson's on the right.
Ahern's on the left has an updated facing. It used to be brick, too.
| The Lumley Family
resided at 348 Sackville Street from the 1890's up into the 1960's. I
am not sure which home it was; but 348 Sackville should be in this row
somewhere, possibly at the far end. I thought the homes were larger
than this, but I last visited here when I was perhaps 10 years old
circa 1953. After the death of my great grandmother
Elizabeth Lumley (née Markham) in 1940, Aunt Lottie
and cousin Eddie lived here. I suspect the Lumleys may have moved here
after the untimely death of Edmund Gell Lumley in 1896. This home is
somewhat smaller than the previous home at 262 Gerrard Street.|
| The family of Edmund Gell Lumley
resided at 262 Gerrard Street in the 1880's and 1890's. I suspect they
moved to smaller, more economical quarters at 348 Sackville Street
(shown above) following the untimely demise of Edmund Gell Lumley in