Historic Gregg-Hamilton House, Aberdeen, MS, built in 1850, local legend holds that it was used as a stop on the underground railroad, imprisoned Union soldiers during the Civil War and was purchased after the war by Mary Francis Garth Gregg, widow of General John Gregg, CSA.
Aberdeen, Mississippi. Gregg-Hamilton House, Built in 1850..legendary Underground Railroad stop, used as a jail for Yankee prisoners and later home to Mollie Garth Gregg, widow of CSA Brigadeer General John Gregg.
Aberdeen, Mississippi North Side of Gregg-Hamilton House. The windows on the right look out from the room that is said to be haunted.
St. Johns Episcopal Church, circa 1852 Aberdeen, MS