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WILKINSON COUNTY


Captain Carmichael Sample House, Fort Adams vicinity, Wilkinson County, MS (photo courtesy Library of Congress)
(The) Cohen House, ca. 1815 - Originally a tavern.
Curry House, Fort Adams, Wilkinson County. (photo courtesy Library of Congress)
Desert Plantation,  E of Pinckneyville-Woodville Rd., Woodville. (Now a Bed and Breakfast.)
Evans Wall House, Fort Adams vicinity, Wilkinson County, MS.  (photo 1, photo 2, photo 3, photo 4, photo 5, photo 6 courtesy Library of Congress.)
Forest Home Plantation, (aka Shamrock Plantation) SW of Centreville, Centreville. 
Goddard, John W. Home,  ca. 1862, Woodville - Built by an antebellum carpenter and undertaker.
Hampton Hall, 1832, MS 61, Woodville Hampton Hall - Frequently featured and famous for elliptical stairway, it was restored in 1946. Home of U. S. District Judge David C. Bramlette. 
Holly Grove, MS 33, 4 mi. S of MS 24, Centreville 
Lewis House, Woodville (photo 1, photo 2, photo 3, photo 4 courtesy Library of Congress.)
Midway, see Pleasant Hill
Murray House, Fort Adams, Wilkinson County (photo courtesy Library of Congress)
Pleasant Hill, (aka Midway)  E of Woodville on MS 24, Woodville 
Poplar Grove, see Rosemont 
Posey Home, ca 1845, Home of Confederate General Carnot Posey, and brother James Posey,  Now bed and breakfast.  2nd South Street and Church, Woodville.
Rosemont, (aka Poplar Grove)  E of Woodville on MS 24, Woodville.  Built by Samuel and Jane Davis, parents of Jefferson Davis, in 1810. (photo 1photo 2photo 3, courtesy Kenneth and Jackie Rhodes.)
Shamrock Plantation, see Forrest Home Plantation
Salisbury Plantation, (aka Salisbury-Shepherd House.)  Off Woodville Rd., Woodville (photo 1, photo 2, photo 3 courtesy Library of Congress) 
Tarbert Plantation: located thirty-first degree of north latitude upon the MS River. In 1849, the plantation experienced a cholera outbreak and 30 slaves died from the disease.
Source: Mississippi The Heart of the South - By Dunbar Rowland, LL.D -
Director of the Mississippi State Department of Archives and History.
Vol. II Illustrated. Chicago-Jackson; The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1925. Public Domain
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