938 North Railroad Avenue, Brunson, S.C.
City Directories and History: Located on Railroad Avenue, on property obtained from the Brunson family, deeds show the “M.E. Colored Church as bounding property from Thaddeus W. Brunson to Ellen Allen dated July 2, 1876. This church is no longer active (at least in this building). It is a quaint white, clapboard structure is also known as the Allen Chapel.
Information courtesy of the Riding Tour Guide of Brunson, S.C. – Brunson Reunion Committee, 2006
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