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Amandaville Christian Church beacon of light for community

Church was founded ca 1915

John Chowning writes:
What wonderful memories of my family and childhood resulted from seeing your wonderful night photograph of the Amandaville Christian Church. The Amandaville community is my home on Crocus Creek in northern Cumberland County, and I have many memories of my parents, Chattin and Libby Chowning, my maternal grandmother, Dollye Brockman, and other relatives and friends who were active members there. That church has been a beacon of light in that community and beyond for nearly a century - having been founded, as I recall, around 1915. Thanks for sharing the photograph and comments.Best, regardsJohn ChowningCampbellsville, KY --John Chowning
Comments re photo 43405 Scenic Cumberland Co KY A beacon in the night




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