| 1830 (1830)|
7 September 1995
| Brick Church, Tennessee|
3238 Blackburn Hollow Rd, Cornersville, TN 37047, USA
Greek Revival architecture
Lairdland Farm Bed & Breakfast, Keg Springs Winery, Athenaeum, Rippavilla Plantation, Carnton
The Lairdland Farm House is a historic farmhouse in Giles County, Tennessee, U.S..
Lairdland Farm House Wikipedia
The land belonged to Thomas J. Lane when it was purchased by Robert Henderson Laird in the 1830. Shortly after, Laird built the farmhouse, and he designed it in the Greek Revival architectural style. During the American Civil War of 1861-1865, it served as a hospital for the Confederate States Army.
In 1867, it was passed on to Laird's daughter and her husband, James Knox Polk Blackburn. It was subsequently inherited by their son, Dr. James K. P. Blackburn. By the 1990s, the house belonged to James T. Blackburn IV. In 2002, it was purchased by Don Rouleau.
The house has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since September 7, 1995. It has a Civil War museum open to the public.