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George Jones Memorial Baptist Church

Related Link: The Wheat Community African Burial Ground

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Wheat and George Jones Memorial Baptist Church


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The route is along a one lane gravel road, up a slight incline.

Wheat and George Jones Memorial Baptist Church Just over the rise, past a row of trees, the church and cemetery sit up on the hill to the left.

Wheat and George Jones Memorial Baptist Church

GEORGE JONES MEMORIAL
BAPTIST CHURCH
EST 1901 WHEAT, TENN

View from the road, up the hill toward the front of the church.

Wheat and George Jones Memorial Baptist Church View from the fence at the edge of the cemetery.

Wheat and George Jones Memorial Baptist Church The church is being painted, probably to spruce it up for the 100th anniversary of its establishment in 1901. An annual homecoming is still held at the church.

Continue to the Cemetery

Related Link: The Wheat Community African Burial Ground

[ Start | History | Church | Cemetery | Monument ]

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