Ely-Criglar House

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Originally the manor house for Francis R. Ely’s cotton plantation, this building is often known as “Ely Corner” in relation to the Civil War Battle of Marianna. It is believed that restless spirits from the battle still reside here.

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242 W. Lafayette St
Marianna, FL
United States

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30.776761272204705, -85.23482221719667
Jackson County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Marianna, FL (0.5 mi.)
Greenwood, FL (7.8 mi.)
Cottondale, FL (8.5 mi.)
Alford, FL (11.0 mi.)
Bascom, FL (12.5 mi.)
Jacobs, FL (12.6 mi.)
Jacob City, FL (13.2 mi.)
Malone, FL (13.2 mi.)
Grand Ridge, FL (13.5 mi.)
Campbellton, FL (15.5 mi.)


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  1. My Uncle restored and lived in this home back in the 90’s. I never heard him mention that it was haunted. I have stayed there and never encountered anything paranormal.

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