Joseph Lamb House

Joseph Lamb House
72 Church Street, Middle Sackville, N.B.
This is a one and half storey white clapboard cottage in the Regency style.A 1764 map of Sackville Township shows that land was laid out at this site as Lot number 21, Letter C. By 1786, the land had been purchased by Joseph Lamb, a Loyalist.

James and Thomas Estabrooks, important figures in the development of the Town of Sackville, purchased the house in 1796. In 1846, the site passed to carpenter and store-keeper Reuben Chase. Long time owner of the property was Roy Brooks, large property owner and farmer of land in Middle and Upper Sackville.

This site is listed in the Canadian Register of Historic Places ; for fuller details see Joseph Lamb House

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