Sidewalk tiles designating family homes (and at least one business, which I assume the Mill Street tiles to be) are scattered throughout Greater Belhaven and Downtown. I began noticing them some months ago, and neighbors directed me to more that they knew of; many of those were gone. With the exception of the Mill Street and Fleming tiles, those on Oakley and on the corner of Hamilton and Bloom, all are before standing structures, but I know of only one family (the Sones) still in residence. These markers are certainly not unique to Jackson, but such fragile and easily-overlooked historical ephemera deserve documentation.
Hamilton and Bloom