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'Is this church in Charleston, or St. Mary's or Parkersburg?'
'Copied from: Facing p. 50. Rucker, Maude A. 'West Virginia: Her Land, Her People, Her Traditions, Her Resources.' Walter Neale, pub. New York. 1930."'
Pleasant Creek Methodist Episcopal Church in Taylor County, W. Va. (on border of Barbour County).  Originally built in 1790, it was rebuilt four times.
Pleasant Creek Methodist Episcopal Church in Taylor County, W. Va. (on Border of Barbour County).
The Broad Run Baptist Church in Jane Lew, Lewis county, W. Va. is first built in 1804.'
The church is located off First Street Bridgeport, W. Va.; it is now remodeled as an apartment building.
The church currently called Wesley Methodist Church, sits on the corner of Willey and High Street.
An entrance to the church peeks through the lush green.
This church burnt down on Jan. 13, 1913.
The church is constructed in 1847.
Color print, Packette family graves are marked with Xs
Photograph of a group of unidentified persons at Centerville Church. It was a Presbyterian church located in Monroe County.
Photograph of the corner stone laying of a Presbyterian church. All persons in the photograph are unidentified. The church was located in Wise County, Virginia.
Post card photograph of a stone constructed church in Braxton County.
Wooden structure church with open bell tower located in Braxton County.
Colored postcard photograph. See the back of the original image for correspondence.
Located at Poage Lane, three miles from Clover Lick.
Organized and built ca. 1835.
Organized in 1903, built in 1904.
Built and organized in 1894.
Organized 1859, built 1858.
Organized 1836, built 1854.
Organized 1804, built 1851.
Organized and built in 1905.
Built in 1904 and as of 1940, the only church in Pocahontas County built by the Brethern.
Located in Pocahontas County.
Built between 1895 and 1899, located in Pocahontas County.
Information included with the photograph "Taken on Home Coming Day." Located in Pocahontas County.
Named in honor of Lieutenant Robert D. Kerr, West Point graduate and casualty of the Spanish-American War. the church is located in Pocahontas County.
Built in 1882, Pocahontas County.
Located in Pocahontas County.
Information included with the photograph "has now been sold." Located in Pocahontas County.
Located in Pocahontas County.