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Pottery by George Ohr of Mississippi. Circa 1840 portrait of Dr. Charles Henry Stone (1806-1864), father of Joseph Newman Stone for whom this bed and breakfast is named. Elaborately fenestrated pocket doors lead to The Antebellum Music Room where a program of classical piano music with wine is included with these Natchez Accommodations. Native American pottery collection.

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Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Owner's ancestors' pictures: John C. Jenkins center, Shields and Jenkins miniatures on Gothic Revival credenza. Alabama Hendrix great-grand-parents top.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
19th century cranberry crystal chandelier.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Gas wall sconces by Cornelius and Baker, Philadelphia.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Dr. C. H. Stone (1806-1864), first Stone ancestor in MS, married Natchez MS native Mary G. Newman.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Original Norman photo of little Charles Henry Stone (born and died at age 13 in Natchez MS 1877-1890), grandson of Dr. C. H. Stone.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Charles Henry Stone III (born and died in Natchez MS 1916-1993), great-grandson of Dr. C. H. Stone, and father of the owner of this property.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Julia Devereux (Hendrix) Stone (born and died in Natchez MS 1921-1997), wife of Charles Henry Stone and mother of the owner of this Natchez bed and breakfast, at Lansdowne in 1941 as Pilgrimage Garden Club Queen.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
18th century Welsh dresser, gilded mid-19th century English china and an antique set of Gilbert and Sullivan china decorate the Dining Room.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Bed and breakfast dining is enhanced with antique china made in Limoges by Haviland in the 3rd quarter of the 19th century.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Ancestral portraits of Natchez Mississippi natives Dunbar, Shields, and Jenkins adorn the Dining Room.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
The casket on the table holds unique contents found only at this unique Natchez MS bed and breakfast.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Circa 1840 oil on ivory wall miniature of ancestor John Carmichael Jenkins (1809-1855), builder of Elgin Plantation near Natchez.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Julia Devereux (Hendrix) Stone (1921-1997), daughter of Margaret Shields Hendrix, great-great-granddaughter of John C. Jenkins, at The Briars in 1934.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Margaret Graham (Shields) Hendrix (born and died in Natchez MS 1903-1982), great-granddaughter of John C. Jenkins, and great-granddaughter of Thomas Shields, christening the USS Shields at Puget Sound Navy Yard, December, 1944.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
Displayed in this Natchez bed and breakfast Dining Room is the casket holding the champagne bottle decorated in red, white and blue ribbons, used to christen the USS Shields.
Natchez, MS bed and breakfast, Stone House
The USS Shields (DD-596), named for USN Purser Thomas Shields (1783-1827).

J. N. Stone House Musicale Bed and Breakfast
804 Washington St.
Natchez, Mississippi 39120
(601) 897-0315
Email: reservations@josephstonehouse.com

Contents of this page © 2007 Joseph Britton Stone.