Oct 09, 2015 · Stuart Creek in Glen Ellen was named for the Stuart family, who settled near it in the 1860s. Born in 1819, Charles Stuart was a merchant in upstate New York when he married Ellen Tourtelotte.
Glen Ellen is named after the wife of early Sonoma Valley settler Charles V. Stuart, who came to California in 1849 and settled in the Glen Ellen area about 1869, where he “began one of the earliest essays at viticulture in Sonoma County.” Glen Ellen in fact got its start in the vicinity of Stuart’s ranch.
Glen Ellen is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sonoma Valley, Sonoma County, California, United States. The population was 784 at the 2010 census , down from 992 at the 2000 census . Glen Ellen is the location of Jack London State Historic Park (including the Wolf House ), Sonoma Valley Regional Park, and a former home of Hunter S. Thompson .
Glen Ellen is in Sonoma County in the Sonoma Valley wine region and was once the home to the writer Jack London. Glen Ellen is home to the state park that bears Jack London's name as well as world class restaurants and wineries. Glen Ellen is a romantic, sleepy little town that is a great place to get way from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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Dec 09, 2019 · Glen Ellen Castle was designed by New York architect Alexander Jackson Davis and built in 1833 by Robert Gilmor III. It was modeled after Abbottsford, the Scottish country home of author and poet, Sir Walter Scott (Ivanhoe, Rob Roy). Gilmor’s visits to Abbottsford several years prior inspired him to commission his own version.
The Glen Ellen Inn Grill & Martini Bar is an American bistro with a French twist, while the Glen Ellen Star offers tastes of both local and international flavors in a neighborly setting. Glen Ellen is also famous as the last home of Jack London, author of "Call of the Wild" and numerous other books, who lived there from 1905 until his death in ...
The current Glen Ellyn is based on the Welsh version of the name of the then–village president Thomas E. Hill's wife Ellen, preceded by glen, referring to the local geography.  The name Glen Ellyn had been adopted by 1889, when village president Hill and businessman Philo Stacy spearheaded a project to create a new lake, called Lake Glen ...
Glen Allen is a census-designated place (CDP) in Henrico County, Virginia, United States. The population was 14,774 as of the 2010 census ,  up from 12,562 at the 2000 census. Areas outside the CDP which use a "Glen Allen" mailing address include residences in neighboring Hanover County .
Oct 11, 2019 · Why Glen Ellen's Moon House is 'its own walk-in world' ... Wilson chose the name Moon House as a nod to another Glen Ellen artist who named his place Wolf House, Jack London. ... “It is its own ...
The Glen Ellen physician, still recovering from complications of coronavirus and hoping to go home soon, was disappointed with calls to loosen stay-at-home orders around the country.