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  • Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church and Marker


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      Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church and Vaughns Cemetery Marker

      Photo provided by Harold Wright, March 2009



  • Mt. Pleasant Church Photo taken in May, 2016

  • Harold Wright (left) and cousins, May 8 2016.

  • Commercial Dispatch Article, February 3, 2013

  • Vaughn Cemetery, listing of interments, prepared and submitted by Harold Wright, September 2003, Latest Additions March 17, 2006

  • Photos of White Tombstones in Vaughn Cemetery, provided by Brad Wolfe, July 2009.

  • Photos of African-American Tombstones in Vaughn Cemetery, provided by Brad Wolfe, July 2009.

  • Vaughn Cemetery, May, 2005, photo provided by Harold Wright.

  • History of Vaughn's cemetery , by Harold Wright.

  • A History of Mt. Pleasant Church, submitted by Harold Wright.

  • Historic Vaughn Cemetery, Memorial Day 2005 article printed in the Commercial Dispatch, written by Harold Wright.

  • Vaughn Cemetery Association Newsletter for May 2011

  • Mt. Pleasant Church listed on National Register of Historic Places.

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