Pictures and details provided by Jerry Benfer, descendant of Joseph's son Noah Kimball and Azuba Salisbury of Pownal, VT. The Joseph Kimball house was built in 1704, in N. Scituate, Rhode Island. Joseph was Captain of the Scituate Hunters during the Revolution. The house was owned in 1945 by Arvid N. Larson and Elinor C. Larson, his wife, according to the warranty Deed. The oldest parts of the house were earlier used as a gift shop but during my Sept 2001 visit the gift shop had been converted to living area. The interior is as built, the exterior has newer siding. The property is located on the NW corner of Danielson Pike and Elmdale Road, bounded and described, in part, as beginning at the NW corner and running westerly with the Pike about 350 feet ... thence northerly about 165 feet... etc., plus other tracts and parcels. The house was originally a stagecoach inn and tavern on the Danielson pike. George Washington is reputed to have stayed at the inn during his visit to Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War.