Samuel Lucius–Thomas Howland House

Samuel Lucius–Thomas Howland House (also known as the Samuel Lucas–Thomas Howland House) is a historic house at 36 North Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts located within the Plymouth Village Historic District, as a contributing property. The house is located adjacent to Cole's Hill from which it is separated by North Street. The earliest part of the house is estimated to be constructed cira 1637–1640.[1] which would make it one of the oldest houses in Massachusetts if accurate. This construction date has not yet been verified using dendrochronology. In 1697 Thomas Howland transferred the property to Samuel Lucas.[2] The Jackson and Russell families occupied the property in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries until 1939.[3] As of 2019, the house remains a private residence.

2019 image of Samuel Lucas–Thomas Howland House on North Street

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  1. ^ "Houses". 20 March 2017.
  2. ^ William Thomas Davis, Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth: Part I. Historical Sketch and Titles of Estates. Part II. Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families, Volumes 1-2 (A. Williams, 1887), 177–178
  3. ^ Donna DeFabio Curtin, Plymouth (2011), p. 46

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Coordinates: 41°57′30″N 70°39′47″W / 41.958356°N 70.662924°W / 41.958356; -70.662924