Briggs Turner died here in 1857, after living a quarter century in the fine home he built. His son Henry lived here from 1857 to 1863. From April 1863 to July 1864 Alvin Piper, for whom Piper Road was named had the house.  Thomas and Charlotte Gray lived here from 1864 to 1892. Charlotte gave the land  to the G.A.R. hall across the road, in September 1884. From 1892 to 1896 Charles A. Bruce was the owner. Then George W. Reynolds had his 22 year tenure from 1896 to 1918. Ben Fowles then became the owner and passed it to his son Theron Fowles. In 1973 The Avco Finance company was the new owner and that same year Tim and Martha Chase began what probably will be the longest stretch of ownership in this wonderful home.