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This log house, built by Patriarch Joseph Ruffner, was probably representative of the type
of log house which William Whitteker bought and
lived in with his bride, according to his diary
for the next 40 years, from 1807 to 1846 when
Philena died. William was a carpenter and house builder and would have made improvements over the years.