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Norcross Methodist Episcopal Church
 Norcross Methodist Episcopal Church

This image of an old "real photo" postcard of the Norcross Methodist Episcopal Church was contributed by Robin Pratt who shares:  My grandmother was Elizabeth Williams Smith.  The picture of the church is an old photo postcard. On the back, it says (again in my grandmother's handwriting) "This is the church where I worshipped all my single life"

Norcross M.E. Church had it's roots in the Flint Hill church which was founded c1820.  The congregation moved to this location after the Southern Railway was built, and this building (still standing, but no longer the Methodist church) was erected in 1875.


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Robin Pratt    rpratt_rn AT yahoo.com

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