17 Marshall Road
Natchez, MS, USA

  • Architectural Style: Greek Revival
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Year Built: 1853
  • National Register of Historic Places: N/A
  • Square Feet: 4,491 sqft
  • National Register of Historic Places Date: N/A
  • Neighborhood: N/A
  • National Register of Historic Places Area of Significance: N/A
  • Bedrooms: N/A
  • Architectural Style: Greek Revival
  • Year Built: 1853
  • Square Feet: 4,491 sqft
  • Bedrooms: N/A
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Neighborhood: N/A
  • National Register of Historic Places: N/A
  • National Register of Historic Places Date: N/A
  • National Register of Historic Places Area of Significance: N/A
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Apr 03, 2023

  • Charmaine Bantugan

Lansdowne

Completed in 1853, for George Matthews Marshall (1830-1899) and his wife Charlotte Hunt (1831-1910). Mrs Marshall was a younger daughter of "King David" Hunt who made a fortune in cotton and was one of twelve millionaires in the Natchez region at time when there were only 35 millionaires in the United States. David Hunt was a great friend of the English statesman, Henry Fitzmaurice-Petty, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne, and it was for him that the Marshalls named their new home.... The Marquess' townhouse in London, Lansdowne House was where John Jay drafted the Treaty of Paris that concluded the American Revolution. The Marshall plantation contained 727-acres of cotton fields and they kept 22-slaves. The house itself is noted for its high ceilings and 65-foot long hall. Located 3-miles north of Natchez, the house and 120-acres remain in the Marshall family today, currently operated as an upmarket B&B.

Lansdowne

Completed in 1853, for George Matthews Marshall (1830-1899) and his wife Charlotte Hunt (1831-1910). Mrs Marshall was a younger daughter of "King David" Hunt who made a fortune in cotton and was one of twelve millionaires in the Natchez region at time when there were only 35 millionaires in the United States. David Hunt was a great friend of the English statesman, Henry Fitzmaurice-Petty, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne, and it was for him that the Marshalls named their new home.... The Marquess' townhouse in London, Lansdowne House was where John Jay drafted the Treaty of Paris that concluded the American Revolution. The Marshall plantation contained 727-acres of cotton fields and they kept 22-slaves. The house itself is noted for its high ceilings and 65-foot long hall. Located 3-miles north of Natchez, the house and 120-acres remain in the Marshall family today, currently operated as an upmarket B&B.

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