Samuel Warren bought 124 acres here from his neighbor to the south, James Bancroft, in 1786.  He built on top on the hill just a about a hundred feet west of the road that connected Bancroft to the meetinghouse. He sold to Noah Hardy in 1797 who moved here from D-4-2. Hardy established a cooperage nearby. In 1819 Hardy sold to his son-in-law, Benjamin Miles Buckminster and they two families shared the house until they moved to Antrim in 1828. The house was abandoned then.