You may be interested as I was, in the different homes in which Jefferson Davis lived. He was born at Fairview, Ky and though the house is long gone, the site is now marked by a 351ft. tall monument and a park.
When Jefferson Davis was age two, he and his family moved to their Rosemont Plantation at Woodville, MS.  Five generations of the family, including Davis’ mother and two sisters, rest in the Rosemont cemetery.
His next home was Brierfield Plantation near Vicksburg. Davis began his political career on Court Square at the Old Court House in Vicksburg.
In the spring of 1861, Davis and his family lived in the First White House of the Confederacy, in Montgomery, while the Confederate government was being formed.
When the government moved to Richmond, the Davises left Montgomery and lived during the remainder of the war in the Executive Mansion in Richmond.
The historic last home of Davis was Beauvoir on the Miss gulf coast in Biloxi. There he wrote “The Rise & Fall of the Confederate Government”. House and grounds are restored and the Presidential Library, destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, was reopened June 3, 2013.