Tallahatchie County

Albin Place Plantation; Tallahatchie
Alto
Arcadia Plantation (historical), Tutwiler
Armstrong
Ashland Church; built ca 1840s; Cascilla. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
(The Bends) Plantation, developed by J.L. Townes; Philipp (6 miles SW of Macel). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Beulah Plantation, developed by J.L. Townes; Philipp (6 miles SW of Macel). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Buford Plantation, Glendora
Cascilla Male & Female High School, chartered 1892, discontinued a few years later; Cascilla. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Due West Plantation (historical), built after 1860 by Capt. Sturtivant; Sturtivant (2 miles W of Glendora). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
(S.M.) Fewell Plantation, owned 1903 by SM Fewell; Fewell (1 miles SW of Vance). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Hood Masonic Lodge; built after 1882; Webb (2 miles SE of Sumner). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
(Sara) Jones Plantation; Commerce
Maria Presbyterian Church; built before 1873; Sumner. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Midway Plantation; owned 1915 by H.J. Jennings & Co; Midway (4 miles NE of Sumner). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Mochardo Hotel; built ca 1906 by Turber-Faber Company, destroyed by fire 1932; Charleston. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Moss Plantation, developed by J.L. Townes; Philipp (6 miles SW of Macel). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Murphey-Jennings House (aka Smith Murphey House); Walnut St., Sumner
Omega Plantation, developed by J.L. Townes; Philipp (6 miles SW of Macel). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Palo Alto Plantation, developed by J.L. Townes; Philipp (6 miles SW of Macel). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Pine Hills Presbyterian Church; built early 1840s; Enid. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Plantation of S.T. Tatum; Tatum (now extinct, 8 miles NW of Grenada). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Rabbit Ridge Plantation, Tippo
Rainbow Plantation, Webb
Razzle Dazzle Saloon; built after 1882; Webb (2 miles SE of Sumner). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Rising Sun Saloon; built 1887; Webb (2 miles SE of Sumner). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
(Jerry) Robinson's Plantation, owned 1860 by Jerry Robinson; Albin.
Ross' Mill; built after 1833; Cascilla. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Sandy Creek Baptist Church; (aka Pisgah Baptist Church) built ca 1840s; Enid. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Setting Sun Saloon; built 1887; Webb (2 miles SE of Sumner). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Sharkey Plantation, built by Greenwood Leflore Sharkey in 1857. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Silent Shade Plantation; owned 1915 by H.J. Jennings & Co; Midway (4 miles NE of Sumner). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Strathmore Plantation; built 1851 by Eli Staton; Strathmore (1/2 mile E of Swan Lake). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Turber-Faber Company Mill, built 1906, destroyed by fire 1932; Charleston. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
West End Plantation; owned 1915 by H.J. Jennings & Co; Midway (4 miles NE of Sumner). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
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