Wednesday, April 2, 2008

The Old Cottonwood Tree

Long gone now, visitors and friends of Brown Chapel gather under the old Cottonwood tree (some 65 years old) to talk and reminise about old times, those who didn't make it back for another year and to catch up on one another's lives and families. (picture from early 1990's) The tree was planted in the early 1930's by Mrs. Henley's husband. Mrs. Henley was Bernadine & Cloteal Huckaby's aunt. Mrs. Henley is buried in the Brown Chapel Cemetery.

Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church & Cemetery

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