Seven Gables was a cottage that was operated by Homer Cadmes of Elm Street, Geneva.
Cadmes was born July 24, 1868, in Geneva and, aside from time spent in Sand Francisco and Cleveland, lived and worked in the Geneva area all his life.
He was in San Francisco at the time of the great earthquake of 1906.
He operated a meat market in Geneva and had a market in Ashtabula, as well. He was a pioneer resort operator at GOTL and owned Seven Gables, which he later sold to a man from Cleveland.
Cadmes dabbled in real estate, as well, and worked for Miller Realty in Geneva. He specialized in farm sales. As a young man, he worked at a cheese factory in Eagleville.
He died June 21, 1950.