Carter’s Chapel United Methodist Church, 1901, Laurens County

Carer’s Chapel was established  in 1885 and named for Mrs. Edith Calhoun Carter, one of its earliest members. The original building was located across the road. I believe the present structure dates to circa 1901.

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2 responses to “Carter’s Chapel United Methodist Church, 1901, Laurens County

  1. Elliott Brack

    So pleased to read your comments and see your photos.

    Possible suggestion: could you put name of roads where located. I think this is on Ga. Highway 18 south of Dublin, but not sure.

    On Fri, Jan 8, 2021 at 7:09 AM Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown wrote:

    > Brian Brown posted: ” Carer’s Chapel was established in 1885 and named > for Mrs. Edith Calhoun Carter, one of its earliest members. The original > building was located across the road. I believe the present structure dates > to circa 1901.” >

  2. Cara Cobb

    I truly enjoy your photos, Brian. We entertain ourselves by driving through small Southern towns (here in Florida) and looking at old homes and buildings. I have learned much about the styles of American Southern architecture from you. Thank you!

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