2015 - Vicksburg Natchez - 1000Places
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His wife, Julia Williams Nutt, would continue to live in the basement rooms, supporting her 8 children first by selling off the family's cotton fields. Once one of the South's wealthiest women, she would be reduced to selling garden vegetables from a cart to support her family. Some say they have seen her ghost on the staircase looking over the bare, unfinished upper rooms and wondering what might have been.

His wife, Julia Williams Nutt, would continue to live in the basement rooms, supporting her 8 children first by selling off the family's cotton fields. Once one of the South's wealthiest women, she would be reduced to selling garden vegetables from a cart to support her family. Some say they have seen her ghost on the staircase looking over the bare, unfinished upper rooms and wondering what might have been.