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Name: Jonathan Goldsmith

Birth/Established: 1783   Death/Dissolved: September 27, 1847

 


Biography:  
  Jonathan Goldsmith was born in Milford, Connecticut and moved to Ohio in 1811. He was a master builder active in Lake County and Cleveland between 1819 and 1843. He designed over thirty houses in Painesville and ten houses in Cleveland in the late Federal and early Greek Revival style. He was the father-in-law of architect Charles Heard. He died in Painesville and is buried in the Painesville Township Cemetery. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1816
55 Mentor Avenue
Painesville
Standing
1819
172 East 2nd Street
Painesville
Demolished
1822
215 Mentor Avenue
Painesville
Standing
1826 - 7

Painesville
Standing
1829
309 West Washington Street
Painesville
Standing
1832 - 3
3333 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1833 - 4
622 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1834 - 5
1723 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1836
1836 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1836
N. State and E. Jackson
Painesville
Standing
1837
800 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1837 - 8
1211 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
c 1820
9364 Forsythe Road
Mentor
Standing
c 1827

Painesville
Standing
c 1827

Painesville
Demolished
c 1830
2157 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
c 1830
9647 Mentor Avenue
Mentor
Demolished
c 1830
8353 Mentor Avenue
Mentor
Standing
c 1833
3742 Erie Avenue
Willougby
Standing
c 1833 - 5
400 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
c 1833 - 7
540 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
c 1835
1201 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished

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Van Tassel, David and Grabowski, John J.; The Dictionary of Cleveland Biography; Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press; 1996


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