Panola County

Ballentine-Bryant House; Butler St, Sardis
Ballentine-Seay House; Pocahontas St, Sardis
(Q. W.) Bates Place
Bryant Place, owners 1856: Evarard Green Baker & Laura Lavinia Alexander Baker
Craig-Seay House; Craig St, Como
Crenshaw House; MS 310, Crenshaw
Dugger School, established 1860. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Elliotts Mills (historical), Shuford
Fletcher Plantation; built 1870s by Robert Fletcher's father; Fletcher (15 miles SE of Sardis). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Hall-Henderson House; Sycamore St, Sardis
Hall-Roberson House; Main St, Sardis
Haynes Mill (historical), Asa
Home House Plantation, owners 1865: J Carter & NR Sledge
Hufft House; Pocahontas St, Sardis
(Freeman) Irby's Place, owners 1848: Freeman Irby & Maria (Martha) L. Bacon Irby
Johnson-Tate Cottage; Stonewall St, Sardis
(John Curtis) Kyle House; McLaurin St, Sardis
(Judge John William) Kyle Law Office (aka Kyle-Short Law Office); Main St., Sardis
Lee House; Booth St., Batesville
Mount Olivet Church, built 1895; Mt. Olivet. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Mount Terza Methodist Church, built 1850 on land donated by Simpson Lester; Terza. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Nutt's Shop (historical), Sardis
Peach Tree Church, oldest church in the county, it marks the site of the extinct town of Horatio. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Pleasant Grove Church, built 1835; Glenville. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Popular Price Store; Railroad St., Como
Porter & Blankenship's Store (historical), Crenshaw
Short's Hill (aka Fairhill); Childress St., Sardis
Tait-Taylor House; Oak Ave., Como
Taylor-Falls House; Pointer Ave., Como
Taylor-Mansker House; Railroad St., Como
Taylor-Wall-Yancy House; Sycamore St., Sardis
Walton-Howry House; Main St., Sardis
Wardlaw-Swango House; Railroad St., Como
Well, The (aka Strickland Place; Angel's Retreat); E of Sardis on Sardis-Union Rd., Sardis
Wesley's Chapel, built before 1860; Chapel Town (now extinct). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
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