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Ebenezer Methodist Church old sanctuary, from post card.jpg
Image shows the older sanctuary, destroyed by fire in 1969.

Family photo from J Hughes001.jpg
This photograph shows Stonewall Jackson Hughes (seated, black hat) with his wife, children, and parents. Stone Hughes and Sarah Martha Thompson were married on March 22, 1879.
Front row seated, L to R: Wallie Jones Hughes, Sarah Martha Thompson…

Hannahs Chapel003.jpg
These photos show members of Hanna's Chapel Pentecostal Holiness Church on Vox Highway in 1954. This sanctuary was in place before the current bricked sanctuary that still stands.

Johnsonville Bicentennial celebration 1976 - old doctors office on Broadway in background.jpg
Photo shows festival goers and the old doctor's office on Broadway. The office was later replaced by a newer building to house the Johnsonville Pharmacy.

New Councilmember Pansy Hanna Stone with Mayor Connie Decamps.jpg
New Johnsonville councilor Pansy Hanna Stone poses with Johnsonville mayor Connie DeCamps. Pansy Stone was elected to Council in 1977.

Bartell's Crossroads mid 1980s.jpg
Bartell's Crossroads is located between Johnsonville and Indiantown. The two-story structure at the crossroads was built circa 1935. It was a country store operated by Vasker Calvineau Bartell and Elnora Cox Bartell. Elnora also worked at Wellman…

Engagement Announced WO 2-21-74.pdf
Engagement of Jerome P Askins III and Donna Alice Wofford

fleety todd.jpg
Marion Cornelius Todd (1910-1982) and Fleety Altman Todd (1911-1999).
Fleety was the daughter of Charles Haskel "Charlie" Altman (1884–1939), and Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Matthews (1889–1979). Marion was the son of Marion Sylvester Todd…

Bob Eaddy and Pa John Altman.jpg
Image shows Bob Eaddy and John James Altman, first Postmaster of Vox, with horses.

Olin and Eulalie Stone with children.jpg
Standing, L to R: Alston Willie Stone, Lamar Etrick Stone, Marvin Donald Stone, Gracie Stone, Effie Mae Stone, Annie Lou Stone, Fannie Stone, James Nathaniel (Son) and Marion (Tink)
Seated: Olin Bascom Stone, Eulalie Susan Altman Stone, Evelyn…

Little Star FWB Prospect.jpg
Photo shows the original sanctuary of Little Star Free Will Baptist Church in the Prospect Community. This building was moved to make room for the new sanctuary and is now restored as a vacation home on Black River.

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Reverend James Napoleon Powell (1888-1969) served as the first pastor for New Home Free Will Baptist Church in Possum Fork

New Hope FWB Nellie Ruth Miles, Katie Hughes, Alfred E. Miles, Archie Powell, Blondell Stone, Earline Powell, and Elsie Powell.jpg
Members of New Hope Free Will Baptist Church in Possum Fork. Pictured are Nellie Ruth Miles, Katie Hughes, Alfred E. Miles (pastor), Archie Powell, Blondell Stone, Earline Powell, and Elsie Powell

New Hope FWB of Pentecostal old building.jpg
Image shows the old sanctuary for New Hope Free Will Baptist Church of the Pentecostal Faith, located on New Hope Road in Possum Fork. This sanctuary was replaced by a new building in the 1960s.

Ebenezer Methodist Church congregation 1920.jpg
Ebenezer Methodist Church (AKA Muddy Creek Methodist Church), 1920. Includes identification of most of the members pictured
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