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Married to his fourth wife and secluded in an ante bellum home reminiscent of Tara in Gone with the Wind, he opened his estate to the public twice a year, once at Christmas, the other time on Fat Tuesday.
"On My Journey Home," hymn by Isaac Watts, found in many of the southern country songbooks of the ante bellum period. and raising his riding-whip, "how dare you be gettin 'up this yer row, when you ought to be in bed?
In ante bellum days, during slavery, there lived not far from Trenton, in Edgefield county, South Carolina, an aristocratic, cultured and very wealthy family of white people whose name was Bettis.