A casement window frame, complete with ogee-molded jambs as well as holes for wooden stiffening rods, is preserved in
the south...wall...Sometime between the addition of the parlor and construction of a lean-to in the third quarter of the eighteenth century,
the old-fashioned casements were apparently replaced with sash windows...
(C)hances are that the front and side windows were enlarged at the same time.
(A)bout 1765...the fireplace walls in the parlor and parlor chamber were given a face lifting of fielded panels around the smaller fireplace openings...The old-fashioned chamfered beams, girts, and joists in the parlor chamber were left exposed.