WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Washington County, Utah)
JOHN HORSLEY HOME
37° 6' xx.xx" North Latitude, 113° 34' xx.xx" West Longitude
37.xxxx° North Latitude, 113.xxxx° West Longitude
2,xxx feet (xxx meters) MSL
HISTORYThe rock part of this home was probably built between 1915 and 1920.
It may have been built by Chris Ammon, Ed Leavitt, or Lee Leavitt (Ed's son).
The home was sold to the John Horsley family (one of daughters?)
and they added the wooden part probably in the late 1930s.
After John died, it stayed empty for a while until the family decided to go through probate.
That resulted in it being sold to Lee Hirschi.
Lee tore the rock part down and moved the wood part onto Fred Chadburn's property to the west.
It is still there.
Then the lot was sold to Jay McAllister and he still owns it.
Jay McAllister (only he lot)
BIOGRAPHYEd Leavitt TBD
John Horsley TBD
WCHS-03033 Photo of the John Horsley home in Veyo, Utah