3242 Norledge Avenue, built 1887 now being totally renovated.
The couple had four children; Evangeline Isabel, Mary Matilda, Nathan Scarritt, and Helen Chick Hendrix.
This row of homes is behind the Kansas City Museum.
Remarkably, this is what the house may have looked liked during construction in 1887. Pocket doors remain and much of the window woodwork. Fireplaces and doors were blocked off and have been opened back up. Drop ceilings were all removed.
Above, the maple staircase survived.... below, what the area looked like when it was an apartment.