Fine example of Greek Revival style with characteristic pilasters, details of pediment and cornice symmetry of one-story wings, unusual and delicate fence, Chippendale in design. Built by Daniel Sifford; Henry Reese, son of William Reese (145 East Main Street) lived here for many years after purchasing the house in 1858, he was appointed Paymaster General of the Army in 1861 by President Abraham Lincoln.
Sherman Trail: Built by Daniel Sifford in 1834 (1840) and purchased by Henry Reese, son of Wm. T Reese and Mary Elizabeth Sherman Reese (General Sherman's sister) in 1858. William and Mary came to live with Henry and this was their final home. Mary was a pillar of the Episcopal church down the hill (St. John's). Henry was appointed paymaster general of the Army in 1861 by Abraham Lincoln.
128 East Wheeling Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130, United States of America