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This two story brick sits on top of a gentle slop. the Home has heavy stone pillars on the front porch and two tall brick chimneys on either side of the roof.

According to the pikelincoln.com

Built circa 1841 – 1846

Michael J. Noyes was a native of New Hampshire. He came west settling in Pike County, Missouri for many years before moving to Pittsfield in 1841. Noyes was the founder and editor of Pike County’s first newspaper in 1841. The “Sucker and the Farmer’s Record” newspapers of the day along with Noyes family history state that Abraham Lincoln gave a speech here.


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This two story brick sits on top of a gentle slop. the Home has heavy stone pillars on the front porch and two tall brick chimneys on either side of the roof.

According to the pikelincoln.com

Built circa 1841 – 1846

Michael J. Noyes was a native of New Hampshire. He came west settling in Pike County, Missouri for many years before moving to Pittsfield in 1841. Noyes was the founder and editor of Pike County’s first newspaper in 1841. The “Sucker and the Farmer’s Record” newspapers of the day along with Noyes family history state that Abraham Lincoln gave a speech here.

https://www.pikelincoln.com/talking-houses/michael-j-noyes-house/