Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

2324 E. Shore Lane  



Section 27 - 264.35 acres - Aub-be-naub-ee's Reservation - a part of


Section 27
    Section 27 Lot 1 - 49.70A
    Section 27 Lot 2 - 34.31A
    Sect 27 Lot 3 _.31A
    Section 27 Lot 4 - 40A



James F. D. Lanier of Jefferson county, Indiana on 30 June 1837 was issued the certificate #7339 the East half of Section twenty; Fractional Section of Twenty One; Fractional Section of Twenty Seven and Fractional section of Twenty eight containing 793 32/100 acres.
1872 - Section 27
    L. T. VanSchoiack Lot 1 - 49.70A (Res. & Barn noted)
    L. T. VanSchoiack Lot 2 - 60.10A; also 120A non lake front
    F. Edwards - 70.30A (Res. & Barn noted)
    J. Bozarth 68.40A
    L Foss 40 A non lake front


1876


1880 - L. T. Van Shoiack [Louden T. Van Shoiak] 105.80. The Van Schoiack Farmhouse is incorporated in the present Miller cottage. Part of the Van Schoiack farm was subdivided as "Sea Beach Place"


This is map is given as being 1898 BUT I believe because of the section of the Vanschoiak property it is a MUCH LATER date at least AFTER 1908 as the farm land is labeled J. T. Vanshoiak; and the lake front property has been sub-divided off and sold By this a J. T. Vanshoiak had: 45.70 +59.98 +80.00 = 185.68 in 1911 the Vanschoiak farm of 207 was to be sold a 21.32 is unaccounted for for is the Vanschoiak subdivisions/additions to the lake


1900


1908


1922


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19__- 1923 W. T. Parrish & Clyde Shively
    This was just a fishing shack - which they had purchased to used as a fishing base. It seems that as the story goes that on the damp rainy days they did not do much fishing - but probably played poker and drank moonshine. It is said that their wives found out and they were instructed to dispose of the property immediately. That is where W. O. 'Will' Osborn who was in real estate then called Donaldson Trone and told him of the property.


1923 - 1927 - Donaldson Trone.
    The Trone Cottage at 2324 East Shore Lane was only a few years old when it was purchased in 1923 by Donaldson G. Trone. The cottage is a one-and-a-half story, Bungalow style dwelling with a side gable roof and clapboard siding. There is a shed roof dormer on the front. Windows are double hung with multi-light, wood sash. A front porch which extends the width of the main facade has been enclosed.


1928 - May 7 - Irene Bogardus, Tryustee, WD to Donaldson G. and Mary Almeda Trone, Lot 16, Van Shoiack's Lake Front Sub., Lots 3 and 2 in 27-32-1 $1.00

1927-1989 - Donaldson G. 'Don' & Almeda (Daum) Trone

1932, Jaunary 5 - Relocation of East Shore Lane.
    H. H. Rice and Edith B. Rice bought farm land from Marvin T, Loudon and Clara L. Loudon which was evetually used to relocate East Shore Lane and give Rice Woods to the East Shore Lane Association, dated October 4,1927. Subsequenly, Rice by quit claim deed acquired all the properties in the attached plat, on January 5, 1932, recorded the plat on the same date. Rice then by quit claim reconveyed the properties to their original owners
Trone - owned the property as noted on the plat map; the second is annotaed with current addresses.


1958 Lake Directory - Donaldson G. Trone - 2324 East Shore Lace, Culver.

?- May 1994 - Peter D. Trone

May 1994 - 2019 - Peter D. & Beverly J. Trone


The old existing cottage and garage was razed in 2001 and a new dwellling with attached garage and a boathouse was constructed.


    VAN SCHOIACK SUB 3 LOT 16
    RICE SUB 2 LOT 7







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