Though not on the National Register of Historic Places, the Lockhart-Martin house dates from Pewee Valley's early days. Some of the home's more colorful owners included:
- Jerial George "J.G." Dodge, who built the house. He was a farm implement manufacturer and one of the City of Pewee Valley's first trustees.
- Enoch Lockhart, a riverboat captain who grew up in Westport, Ky. and later served as the superintendent of the Louisville and Portland Canal.
- Author George Madden Martin, who along with Annie Fellows Johnston, was a founding member of the Louisville Authors Club.
The J.G. Dodge Years
The Enoch Lockhart Years
The George Madden Martin Years