Who owned this home?
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Last week's question was "What Was This Building?" and there were no guesses. It is the William Morgan Tavern.
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According to Images of America: Ellington, from the Ellington Historical Society:
"The William Morgan Tavern was located on Main Street opposite the Center School, where WordCom is now. It was the first home of the Fayette Lodge No. 69 A.F. and A.M. from 1825 to 1828. The tavern's bar room was in the big front room downstairs. The first post office in Ellington Center was established in 1822 in the tavern, with William Morgan as the first postmaster."