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Windsor Ruins, Lorman, MS
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Windsor Ruins of Lorman, MS

Windsor Ruins or Windsor was a name derived from the sound of the wind blowing through the columns.

The columns are all that remain of an antebelum home built by Smith Coffee Daniell II, who was born in Mississippi in 1826, the son of an Indian fighter turned farmer and landowner. He constructed the mansion itself in 1859-1861. In 1849 he married his cousin Catherine Freeland (1830–1903) by whom he had seven children, three of whom survived into adulthood.

There is a great article at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windsor_Ruins for more info.  

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