Tippah County

(Dr. Enoch) Agnew Plantation, previous owner 1860s: Enoch and Letitia S. Agnew
Black's Store (historical), Chalybeate
Blue Mountain College, built 1873; Blue Mountain. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
(H.A.) Halland Plantation, owned by HA Halland in 1865
(James H.) Kennedy Plantation, owned by James H. Kennedy in 1865
Leak Plantation, owned by Francis Terry Leak 1836 until at least 1860s; was located near Salem, later located in Benton County due to boundary changes
(J.O.) Nelson Plantation, owned 1865 by JO Nelson
Oak Lawn Plantation, owned 1842-? by the Asbury Terry family
Ripley Female Academy (historical), estab. 1850; it was destroyed by fire in July 1864. It was rebuilt as Stonewall College and once again fire destroyed it in 1882; Ripley. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
(James) Rogan Plantation, residence built 1845; owned by the Rogan family
(Sarah) Watt Plantation, owned by Sara Watt in 1865
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