Judge Larry Primeaux's Blog about Practice in Mississippi's Chancery Courts.
July 19, 2013 § 2 Comments
St Mary’s Episcopal Chuch in Enterprise, MS.
My word. You are correct. I was sure that this was one that would go long into the day before someone got it, but it only lasted two hours and 23 minutes.
This little gem of a church was built in 1874 and features beautifully ornate interior woodworking.
Enterprise still has a handful of homes that were built in the 1850-1890 era, but how long they will last is problematic. The old coachhouse inn that long stood near the bridge over the Chickasawhay River was torn down year before last and replaced with a suburbanesque brick home.
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