Rose Hill Plantation, in the Low Country of South Carolina in Beaufort Co., is an exceptional example of antebellum Gothic Revival architecture, c.1858-60. James Brown Kirk gave his daughter Caroline & son-in-law Dr. John Kirk the land the mansion presently sits on as a wedding gift in 1838. Construction began on Rose Hill sometime in 1858. The home was most likely constructed by ship builders & that parts of the house had actually been pre-built in England & shipped over for further…
Thornhill Plantation ~ Forkland, Alabama ~ built in 1833 for James Innes Thornton. Thornton practiced law in Huntsville then served as Alabama's third secretary of state. County Road 19, Forkland, Greene County, AL
This house, built in the 1830's, was the home of Alabama's First Civil War Governor, Andrew Barry Moore. It is located on the north side of Green Street approximately 0.6 mile west of the Perry County Courthouse (GPS coordinates N32.634778,W87.329083). This house is included in Marion’s Green Street Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Darby Plantation ~ Edgefield, S.C. Built in the early 1800s, this house is built of local pine. The main rooms measure 20' x 20' with 12' ceilings. Built for Anne and Milledge Bonham, who served in the Mexican-American War, led the SC volunteer army in the Civil War and became govenor in 1862. The home was used to store many things from the Charleston Museum during the war. Since 1878, it has been owned by the Wise family.
Classic old Civil War home with plenty of options for ceremony, cocktail hour and reception grounds. www.briansnyderentertainment.com
Rip-Rap - 411 S Rankin Street, Natchez
Beauvoir (Biloxi, Mississippi) - the historic post-war home (1876-1889) of the former Confederate President Jefferson Davis
images of Historic homes in CT | Samuel McIntire ,architect,Historic Buildings of Massachusetts,The Benjamin Carpenter House, Federal St., Salem,MA, c1801