Lamar-Blanchard House, 1823, Lincolnton

Peter Lamar (1789-1847), the first owner of this house, was one of the pioneer settlers of Lincolnton. He served as a State Representative for the terms of 1811 and 1812 and was the commissioner of Lincolnton when it was established in 1817. From 1816-1834 he was Clerk of the Superior Court of Lincoln County and was a State Senator from 1834-1838. He also served as a justice of the Inferior Court from 1837-1844, and as a captain of the local militia.

National Register of Historic Places

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One response to “Lamar-Blanchard House, 1823, Lincolnton

  1. ben dooley

    Beautiful Brian. This is about a good of an example of the Plantation Plain house as one could ever want to see!

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