Circa 1834, The Burn is the historic home of the John Walworth family for more than 100 years. The only exception was the three years that Union forces occupied the home as a hospital upon evicting the Walworths. The original dining table is still in the home, as is the original china.
There is grand architecture and furnishings, and old photographs from a time gone by.… Read the rest
A ten minute drive from downtown Natchez will take you over a hundred years into the past. Built from 1792 to 1855, this was the home of a pioneer horticulturist of antebellum Natchez.
In 1853, his diary describes the building of the "new house" being built at the rear of Elgin Plantation. This two-storied brick building is now the bed and breakfast guest house with three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, living room, dining room and kitchen.… Read the rest