Cyrus Eaton was buried in a meadow overlooking Mahone Bay on his Deep Cove property, where he had often walked, enjoying the peace, the marvelous view, and checking on his cattle.
Cyrus Eaton loved trees and planted them on the property of his summer home. He could identify every tree and tell you where it came from. After his death, The Cyrus Eaton Foundation contributed funds to purchase land for a conservancy.
Cyrus Eaton bought Acadia Farms. In 1912 it was a summer home for his large family. Then he moved there in ? and lived there until his death in 1979. He raised Shorthorn Beef Cattle and horses. It was his habit to walk daily, and he frequently rode his quarter horse, Red, and cross country skied until his late 80s.
Cyrus Eaton, his wife Margaret Pearl House Eaton, lived in this Euclid Avenue House in Cleveland, Ohio with their 7 children. Lee, Mary, Betty, Anna, Cyrus Jr., Farlee, and Mac.
"The first of its kind in the western hemisphere, the Cleveland Health Museum was devoted exclusively to human biology." Later it became part of the Cl
Eva Webb lived in this home across Water Street from Thinkers' Lodge. Her grandson, Paolo Brenciaglia, often visited her during the summer and helped build the tennis court. Later he and his wife Sandy lived in the home until they sold it in 2009???
Violet Williams made a crayon drawing of the store owned by Joseph Eaton. She keeps this drawing framed in her home.
Please contact Cathy Eaton at Eatonmurph@aol.com if you want to share some stories. Please post your stories or memories that relate to Thinkers Lodge, the Dining Hall (Lobster Factory), Joseph Rotblat, the Conference Participants, Cyrus or Anne Eaton, or Eaton Park.
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