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This is an example of a Gable Front Style Barn, , a style which grew in popularity in New England just after 1830. Greek Revival Style led to the realignment of many of the New England homes after 1820. The realignment called for the end of the house and later barns, to face the road. This design change allowed for much longer barns to be built by simply adding more bays to the gable ends. A farmer could therefore add on to the barn as the needs for the farm grew.
NHDHR Inventory #Bow0031

Kevin & Barb Lawler have owned the farm nearly 20 years. Barb is my 1st cousin on my dad's side. I do not know who they purchased it from but during my elementary school years and beyond, it was owned by James Langley, the former owner and publisher of the Concord Monitor. He had 3 children, Jane, Jeremy and Jill. Jeremy was my age, and a good friend. He passed away a few years ago.
Dennis Dandy 03.14.2021

web design by "Tom Campbell Wilson"
Photo "A" taken c. August 2007 by
Eric Anderson: Photographer
photos J and M-S by Tom Campbell Wilson c. May 2009
remaining photos taken c. April 2009 by
Eric Anderson: Photographer