There is probably no way that I can completely write about all the historic buildings of Winchester in even several postings. I will just mention several significant buildings before moving on to what we saw Monday while touring around the town. In the main historic area we also saw the house/headquarters of Stonewall Jackson. He also spent some time at the Taylor Hotel, built in 1848. Union Generals Banks, Sigel, and Sheridan also used the hotel a headquarters during the war. We had time Sunday to tour one building, which was the Patsy Cline house. She was a country music singer who lived from 1932 and died in 1963in a plane crash. She was then at the peak of her singing career. From 1948 to 1957 her home was on 608 S.Kent Street. This is where Patsy lived when she won the Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scout Competition, she signed her first recording contract, and debuted on the Grand Ole Opry.