|Left to right on gallery: Ruth Britton (daughter of Captain William Britton II / sister of Theodora Britton); Mary Giddings Newman Stone (granddaughter of Samuel Brooks, first mayor of Natchez when it was incorporated in 1803 / wife of Dr. Charles Henry Stone / mother of Joseph Newman Stone); Sallie Montgomery (cook). On the steps: Anna Mary Stone (daughter of J. N. Stone, married John Shelby Marshall at Richmond); Ruth Britton Stone (daughter of J. N. Stone); Theodora Britton Stone (daughter of Captain William Britton II / wife of Joseph Newman Stone); J. N. Stone II (in his mother's lap). Left to right in the yard: Mary and Frances, domestic employees; Joseph Newman Stone (standing behind 'Old Tom', the white horse / son of Dr. Charles Henry Stone and Mary Giddings Newman); little Charles Henry Stone III (sitting on Old Tom / first son of J. N. Stone / died at age 12); Bartlett Harding (employee holding Old Tom). Norman photo taken 1881. The house became a bed and breakfast in 2003, and in 2012 was ranked among the top 25 bed and breakfast properties in the USA by TripAdvisor.|
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