Photograph from the early twentieth century of the home located at 6 Church Street in Cookstown. In 1912 the lot was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. William T. and Dinah Miners, who hired William Robinson, a local builder, to build the home that still stands today. It was bricked by Ed Burling and featured a furnace, hot water radiator heating, a pantry, three bedrooms, and a large front hall. The building is also unique in that it has verandahs running along the full width of the house on both the first and second storeys. The home was later sold to Mr. David Marwood and his wife Rebecca (née Mathewson). The home then passed to their son, Bert Marwood, until his death in 1969, when it was then sold to Clarence and Grace Kirby. The photo shows Mrs. Dinah Miners standing in front of the home wearing a long dark coloured dress and hat. A plank sidewalk is also visible running along the front yard. The bare tree in the foreground suggests the photo was taken in early spring or late autumn.