This house was built by Robert Black on his 160 acre homestead, no earlier than 1870. The L&C partnership bought it from him in the time frame 1883-1886. It was owned by the LCs until the company was dismantled in 1926. A Mormon community bought the house and about 2000 acres of irrigated farm land. I never heard the names Lacy or Coleman mentioned in connection with any of the LCs property.