|A History of the Burns Family|
|PART THREE: Cuyahoga Falls, 1905-1917|
As I sit here in the sunshine, my thots go back to a May morning thirty-two years ago, when dad was called from his work to await your arrival, and all day long he labored in the garden which surrounded the little brown house that was the nest for the beginning of our family. How anxious we were for the first glimpse of our son, which turned out to be “our Ebba,” so bright, so beautiful, and so precious. But the sun went down and arose four successive days before we were rewarded with your plaintive feeble cry, and your tender little body to love and care for.
-- From a May, 1937 letter from Ada to Ebba
Arrow points to Lorenzo's house - Grand is around the corner 
 From Ebba’s memoirs as written for Daniel Vaughan in 1993. A later letter from Ada to Ebba suggests she was born at ten in the morning.
 From 1915 plat map of Summit County (online map room, summitmemory.org). One of the family letters later refers to the little house on Grand, so that's how we know the house was located near Lorenzo and Mary Rebecca.