Chadbourne House - 19 Shackford

Chadbourne House
Chadbourne House
Chadbourne House
Chadbourne House
Chadbourne House, c.1895
Chadbourne House, c.1895
Chadbourne House, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-19_Eastport2012(winter)31(ED(72).jpg
Chadbourne House, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-19_Eastport2012(winter)31(ED(72).jpg
Built:c. 1821
Address:
19 Shackford Street
Eastport, Maine

Architectural Styles

  • Federal
The Chadbourne House 19 Shackford Street. Ichabod Rollins Chadbourne may have built this house, circa 1821, at the time of his marriage to his second wife (Hannah Lincoln), the granddaughter of Revolutionary War Major General Benjamin Lincoln. I.R. Chadbourne graduated Dartmouth College in 1809, passing the bar in 1812, shortly after which he came to Eastport. He was noted as an excellent orator and was town moderator six times. He was involved with one of the three Fire Clubs (organized bucket brigades), the Always Ready Fire Club. In 1839 and 1840 he was elected to represent Eastport at the Maine Legislature.
Source: Eastport Walking Tour (2010)

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