Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc.

February-2019 Restoration & Renovation Update from DTMHS Director Bob Kessler:
"The heating has been completed and turned on at the Davis House. This has allowed the “volunteers” from the Sheriff’s Labor Assistance Program (SLAP) to get a lot accomplished last week."

For more pics of the work in progress, click on
Davis House Updates

History In Jeopardy!
The historic and once proud Norton House, one of the last vestiges of Coram history, is currently close to being gone forever. Located on Middle Country Road, just west of McDonalds, it lies on private property, deteriorating rapidly, and approaching the point of no return. Your Davis Town Meeting House Society has approached Preservation Long Island in an effort to gain support for preserving this historic landmark. Preservation Long Island has visited the site and we have nominated the Norton House for inclusion on their Endangered Historic Places list for 2019. We are working actively hand-in-hand with the Town of Brookhaven and Suffolk County to hopefully save this piece of Coram history. To learn more about The Norton House and its history--and how you can help preserve this historic home--click on The Norton House tab.

Next General Meeting
The next General Business Meeting of the Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc. is on
Monday, March 4th 
at 7:00 PM at the Swezey-Avey House located at the intersection of Main Street and Yaphank Avenue in Yaphank. 

Please check our 
Calendar of Events for our monthly meetings and presentations as well as our fundraising events such as our annual Victorian Tea Party in May and our Yard Sale & Craft Fair in September featuring historical reenactments by the 3rd NY Regiment LI Companies 1775! 

Most importantly, become part of our conservation of history projects by joining with us! Click on our 
Membership tab and help us preserve history! 

Lester H. Davis House
, circa 1750, is located at the junction of Middle Country Road and Coram-Mt. Sinai Road in the hamlet of Coram, New York. The color picture you see above in the masthead shows the completed exterior restoration efforts as of late 2012. The Lester H. Davis House (historically known as the Davis Town Meeting House) is owned by the Town of Brookhaven. Completion of the interior will be a multi-year effort due both to the extensive scope of work as well as to the financial restoration demands. 

magnitude of the effort required to restore this wonderful historic landmark is immense. This will be the primary effort and goal of the Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc. working hand-in-hand with the Town of Brookhaven Department of Parks & Recreation. For more information on the Society, click on About Us
For a peek at the plans of the basic interior design layout,
click here.
Membership in the Davis Town Meeting House Society is open to everyone. You will just need to have an interest in being part of the restoration of the historic Lester H. Davis House to its original splendor! 
All donations made to the Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc. are eligible for tax deduction under our IRS 501(c)(3) status.

IRS 501(c)(3) letter

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