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rage 10 iie Advocote, Newark, O , Thurs., Feb. 28, 1980 , .liJI 111 r-j r-j r-j iffa as- as- ; I 1 l,. I jn :. 1 Hull Place is owned by Robert P. DeBenedictue, assistant assistant principal at Newark High School and is located at 686 W. Main St. The house was built around 1874 by Eli Hull and was orgininally on SO acres. Between the Hull Place and Newark, which then stopped at Sixth Street, was a town known as Lockport, located at 1 1th and Main streets. Eli Hull lived in the house until his death. It was the headquarters for the Klu klux Klan, the Business and Professional Women's headquarters and the home of Paul Tawny for six years before it was purchased by De-Benedictus De-Benedictus De-Benedictus in 1962. The house has 22 rooms, including seven rooms in the basement, two pantries and three bathrooms. bathrooms. -Advocate. -Advocate. wfti

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 28 Feb 1980, Thu,
  3. Page 16

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