The Mulkey-Loggins House - Ennis, TX
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member QuarrellaDeVil
N 32° 19.959 W 096° 37.134
14S E 724120 N 3579800
Quick Description: The Mulkey-Loggins House, 110 N Elm St, Ennis, TX, is a fine example of a Victorian-era home built on land owned by a pioneer family, by an Ennis civic leader, and later owned by the family of the original pioneers.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 4/3/2014 7:40:31 AM
Waymark Code: WMKEYX
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member silverquill
Views: 5

Long Description:
A Texas Historical Marker gives some background on the house, which is up for sale and appears to be vacant (Keith and Tina Beth Mulkey are no longer with us.):

This property was part of a tract settled in 1854 by pioneer Philip A. Mulkey (d. 1862). Ennis was founded in 1871, when the Houston & Texas Central Railroad reached this point. Mulkey's son James (1859-1903), a prosperous cattleman, included this site in the Highland Addition, a neighborhood that he developed after Ennis became the railroad's divisional headquarters in 1891. Dr. James C. Loggins (1845-1921), mayor and city alderman, erected this Victorian residence in 1898. It was purchased in 1944 by Keith Mulkey, James Mulkey's grandson, and his wife Tina Beth (Wheeler). (1978)
Public/Private: Private

Tours Available?: No

Year Built: 1898

Web Address: Not listed

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