Lucille Ball's home is located on Lucy Lane in Celoron, New York. As a young child the future actress moved frequently as her father was often relocated to different cities as an employee of the Bell telephone company. In February 1915, while the family was livng in Wyandotte, Michigan her father died of Typhoid fever. Lucy's mother, then pregnant, moved the family back to New York to her parent's house, on what was once 8th Street. The house is near Lake Chautauqua, a summer resort town located just over two miles from Jamestown, where she was born in 1911. Four years later her mother married Edward Peterson and while the couple was away looking for work they left Lucy and her brother, Fred, in the care of Edward's parents.