Welcome to the Weeks Brick House
The Weeks Brick House, built in 1710 by Samuel Weeks (1670-1746), is among the earliest brick houses in New England — and may be the oldest made of bricks fired on the site. The farmstead established in 1656 by Leonard Weeks (1633-1707) remained in the family for over 300 years. Today the 33-acre farmstead includes conservation land laced with hiking trails for public enjoyment. Saved from development in 1975, the house and grounds have been owned and managed since then by an all-volunteer non-profit organization of descendants and friends from near and far, Leonard Weeks and Descendants in America, Inc.
For public health and safety: Tours-by-appointment suspended; walking trails remain open
Are you chasing the right immigrant ancestor?
For Weeks family researchers there is often confusion over a number of 17th-century immigrant ancestors with the same Weeks surname. The information below may help you determine whether you are chasing the...
Who was Ann Leighton, or Isadore Smith?
Ann Leighton was the professional name of Isadore Smith (1902-1985), the renowned garden historian, scholar, author, designer, and landscape architect who, with Kitty Weeks, designed the colonial-themed...
A historic house … with a colonial garden …
In 1975 the house and acreage was purchased by an organization of both descendants and preservation-minded individuals interested in the future of the distinctive structure. Early initiatives included securing...
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Generations of history nestled in beautiful Greenland New Hampshire.
Come visit us today!
Weeks Ave. • Off Rte. 33. • Greenland, NH