James and Sanford Peatfield


Excerpt from Ipswich Chronicle article, 1991

The James Peatfield house at 8 Woods Lane, built between 1833 and 1840

James Peatfield owned a home at 8 Woods Lane, said to be one of the earliest brick capes in Ipswich.


The house at 46-48 Washington Street is also known as the James Peatfield house, and was built in 1860.


James Peatfield’s brother Sanford owned this house at 16 Washington Street, built in 1860.

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