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Re: E.A.Best, Minister, Emma's Chapel
Posted by: Michael Whaley (ID *****1981) Date: August 12, 2010 at 11:58:09
In Reply to: Re: E.A.Best, Minister, Emma's Chapel by GAIL BULLOCK of 673

The exact location of Emma's Chapel was immediately next to the house of Coy Sanders. There was a mobile home on that site for years. Emma's Chapel was there when a new addition was added to Richlands High School in the early 1940's. The building was sold and moved to the Barbee Road. There are conflicting stories of its demise. One, that the building burned; the other, that the building was incorporated into another dwelling. Can't seem find anyone who can solve the mystery.

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