Natchez, Mississippi – Another road trip! I had the opportunity to attend the Natchez Spring Pilgrimage, and tour some amazing antebellum homes. This monthlong tour of homes has something for everyone. One of my favorites was a visit to Richmond – a house built in 3 distinct phases.
Brooks County, Georgia – Situated about 4 miles from the Florida border, Fernside Plantation captured my interest as soon as I saw it- what was its story? This antebellum plantation turned up an interesting history as I learned more about it.
Monticello, FL – Today we are going just across the state line to Florida! This antebellum beauty, built 1852, is one of my favorite homes in Monticello. This is what we often think of when we picture an “old South” house. The history of the original family is really interesting!
Forsyth, GA – Monroe County – Looking at the antebellum Willingham House, I kept thinking something was different about it’s look. It does not face the street. That got me curious so did some digging to learn a little more about this home.
Grooverville – Brooks County – Visiting Grooverville Methodist Church (built in 1856) last week was so interesting I wanted to share the history of this special church. From it’s beginnings in 1833 until 1987, there’s a lot of history here.