Allen Breed, a carpenter by trade, came to Packersfield in 1781 and built the house here. He and his wife, Ruth, had four children born here. He sold to John Burnap (D-4-2) who added this to his holdings but did not live here.
Burnap sold it in 1813 to Noah Robbins.
The Robbins moved here from their farm at C-3-5 in 1813 and brought four children with them. They had two more here.
Lydia died in 1827 and was buried in the Village Cemetery. In 1833 Noah sold the place to Adams Robbins and moved to C-4-21. Adams Robbins was here a few years. The place was abandoned around 1840.