Franklin and Amelia Walton House

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Franklin and Amelia Walton House

The Franklin and Amelia Walton House is a Prairie School style bungalow built in 1916 in Centerville, Utah. The home remains in almost original condition, including original kitchen cabinets, push button light switches, original woodwork, casement windows and hardware. The home was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and is currently in use as a private residence.

Franklin Walton was born November 6, 1881 and died April 24, 1955. He served a mission for the LDS Church in England and worked his entire life for Porter-Walton Walton nursery, eventually retiring as Vice President.

Amelia (Porter) Walton was born January 25, 1883 and died March 8, 1973. She worked as a teacher, was active in civic affairs, the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, and in the LDS Church.

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