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The Oakes Mansion
The Oakes Mansion, constructed in 1895 and designed by New York architect Charles Granville Jones, is a well-preserved example of turn of the 20th century architecture. The 2-1/2 story, 23 room, dormer and hipped roof house has a center hall plan… READ MORE.
The Oakes Family
The Oakes family originated in Ellastone, Staffordshire, England where Thomas Oakes was born on August 13, 1777. Mr. Oakes, the son of John and Sarah Oakes, emigrated to the United States in 1801… READ MORE.
The Oakes Textile Mill
In 1826, David Oakes went to train as a finisher of woolen goods in the textile mill of Joshua Smith in Orange, New Jersey. Once his apprenticeship was complete, he ventured on his own and constructed a mill in 1830 on the banks of the Yanticaw River… READ MORE.