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Aug 17, 2015 4:21 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Historical Marker, Road Sign Honor Pyrrhus Concer

Brenda Sinnons of the Southampton African American Museum.
Aug 17, 2015 4:21 PM

A new historical marker and road sign were dedicated on Sunday in honor of Pyrrhus Concer. The historical marker was placed near the site of the Concer house, that was torn down, on Pond Lane in Southampton Village. Pond Lane will now also be know as "Concer's Way." DANA SHAW PHOTOS

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By Undocumented Democrat (2065), southampton on Aug 17, 15 6:57 PM
What a disgrace that the village allowed the Concer house to be torn down. It was so obviously early 1800's. The historical survey of it was a farce. An unbiased inspection should have been done by an expert, especially with so many people calling for the house to be saved. Shame on the village leadership. Do nothings, most of them.
By Crabby (63), Southampton on Aug 18, 15 11:35 AM
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This might be a silly question (but I don't think so...)...

How is "Concer" pronounced?
By InnerBay (72), Southampton on Aug 19, 15 3:56 PM