Mary B. Horne House

603 Belmont Street
Belmont, Mass.

Year Built: 1896
Year Demolished: Unsure of Date

Mary Horne was the widow of George Horne, who was a draughtsman for Charles Brigham. In 1895, after the death of George Horne, the house was destroyed by fire. Mary Horne rebuilt in 1896 and it may be that the house was designed by Charles Brigham.

Mary Horne maintained a close relationship with the Brigham family, even after George’s death.

This house was demolished to make way for a church in the early 20th century. No pictures are known to exist of this house.


References

• “Watertown News,” Watertown Enterprise, p.1, May 24, 1895 and February 28, 1896.

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