A trap door sits in the front corner of the house, with a ladder leading to the basement. There are less than 50 such stone houses left in the St. Louis region today, according to Andrew Weil, the executive director of the Landmarks Association of St. Louis. The 22-foot wide and 18-foot deep house was the childhood home of Marcia Dorsey, mother of Twitter founder and St. Louis native Jack Dorsey. It is nestled caddy-corner from a nondescript packing company, next to some active train tracks and set back from a boarded-up structure on its right. He was born on 19 November 1976 to father, Tim, and mother, Marcia Dorsey. Such statues can be found throughout the property as well as angels, which Marcia says are an homage to her Italian grandmother. The house includes a limestone fireplace nestled in the basement of the house. You reached this page when attempting to access https://www.whitepages.com/name/Tim-And-Marcia-Dorsey from 51.91.130.152 on 2020-11-05 09:22:02 UTC. The house was originally constructed in the 1850s of limestone and Mississippi sand mortar, a common, vernacular style of the time. He first attended the The Democratic party contender for President. St. Louis Public Radio is your trusted source for reliable reporting on politics in the St. Louis region, Jefferson City, Rolla, and the Metro East. Mark did not have the calling that Dave and Marcia had but he did hold the store down and also had that infectious smile and always very upbeat nature. New additions to 124 East Steins Street include indoor plumbing, air conditioning and a security system, all installed in the basement of the building. About to send four astronauts to the ISS. A detailed view of the limestone (and a few bricks) on the exterior of the house. Kelly Moffitt joined St. Louis Public Radio in 2015 as an online producer for St. Louis Public Radio's talk shows St. Louis on the Air. By the time Marcia and her husband Tim Dorsey got their hands on the property once more, the roof and floor were gone, the mortar was falling out between the stones and the basement was filled with debris 6-feet tall. Saints Mary and Joseph guard the walkway up to 124 East Steins Street. And, naturally, you can follow the entire restoration process of the house on Twitter at @MioNonnisCasa. From online or printed sources and from publicly accessible databases. A limestone fireplace sits in the basement of 124 East Steins Street. Marcia lived in this house when she was a girl, but after it left her family's hands, the home fell into disrepair. They call it “Mio Nonni’s Casa,” a nod to Marcia’s ancestry. "Mio Nonni's Casa" is inscribed in the cement walkway leading to the house. She lived on the property with her parents and Italian grandmother until the fourth grade. Directly behind the the property, you can see a row of retail shops along Broadway in Carondelet. More details can be found here. Meghan and Harry are now US based. Just east of Broadway in the Patch neighborhood of Carondelet stands a small, rough-cut stone house. Jack Dorsey{ "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "Person", "name": "Jack Dorsey", "gender": "Male" }, View Tim Dorsey's Family Tree and History, Ancestry and Genealogy, View Marcia Dorsey's Family Tree and History, Ancestry and Genealogy. It’s all possible because of donations from people like you. Support this work by making a donation today. This house and several others, as yet unannounced, will be honored at Thursday's 21st Annual Landmarks Association of St. Louis "Most Enhanced Awards" taking place at 5:45 p.m. at the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, 3224 Locust St., Suite 401. Send questions and comments about this story to feedback@stlpublicradio.org. Marcia and Tim Dorsey pose in front of 124 East Steins Street. You can see the roof is missing, as is the floor and the mortar is crumbling between the stones. It was during that time the property fell into disrepair, besieged by fire and the elements. Find out about Tim Dorsey & Marcia Dorsey Married, children, joint family tree & history, ancestors and ancestry.