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Former Ellis home and 16 other stops await Stockade Walkabout visitors

The Turnbull House, now part of the First Presbyterian Church on Union Street in Schenectady, was built in 1885 and was originally the home of Edward Ellis. It is one of the stops on Saturday’s Stockade Walkabout.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Turnbull House, now part of the First Presbyterian Church on Union Street in Schenectady, was built in 1885 and was originally the home of Edward Ellis. It is one of the stops on Saturday’s Stockade Walkabout.
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Most people refer to it as one of the Ellis Mansions, but the actual name of the building is the Turnbull House. If you know the full story of the home at 215 Union St., it makes perfect sense. Built in 1885 by Edward Ellis and now owned by the First Presbyterian Church, the Turnbull House will be among the buildings on display during Saturday’s Stockade Walkabout. By 1949, the building, long out of the ...


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