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The John Wood Mansion was built between 1835 & 1838 by John Wood, who in 1860 became the 12th governor of Illinois. The Wood family moved into the Greek Revival home situated at 12th & State Streets in Quincy, Illinois from an unusual two-story log cabin in 1837. Wood founded both the county (1825) & city (1835). Wood's 14-room mansion was built by John Cleaveland and endured a move from its original site to its current location, about a block east, so Wood could build an even larger mansion.

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Melrose in Natchez, Mississippi, built 1848, is said to reflect "perfection" in its Greek Revival design. John T. McMurran, a successful lawyer & planter, hired Maryland architect, Jacob Byers, to design the house. The McMurran's spared no expense as the windows, doors, cornice moldings, stairways & floors are made out of the finest woods. In 1865, John McMurran, hurting financially due to the Civil War, sold Melrose to Elizabeth Davis, the wife of attorney & planter George Malin Davis

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Abandoned Mansion

Left to rot This house was moved from Washington, Louisiana to the St. Francisville area. It has been known as the Payne-Fenner house, Thistlewaite, Woodland, and Macland Plantation. It was often used in its early days to offer hospitality to Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy.

Abandoned house...Oh what you could do with this...