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Newsletter #110

Summer 2017

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 2016 Reunion in Randolph County, NC

Our schedule and info will be posted here soon 


First time attending?  For information on where to stay in Randolph County, please visit the following website:   www.chamber.asheboro.com, then choose Membership Directory. There are listings for camp grounds, restaurants, and hotels, etc.

For More Info Contact:
Gina Morton Smith  or call (336) 879-0408

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 wpeA.jpg (130853 bytes) Testimonial Letter
from Chuck & Norma Allred
Layton, Utah

"We are writing to thank you for the excellent information we received during the three day Reunion held in your area earlier this month." 

And the photos sent with the letter:

wpe8.jpg (20104 bytes) Sue Whitley Estep and Alice Allred Pottmyer studying ancient documents in the North Carolina State Archives in downtown Raleigh, NC. 

wpeC.jpg (75358 bytes) Sandy Creek Baptist Church, founded 1755.  (Original building in background).  Known as the "Mother of all Southern Baptist Churches".  Inside you can view the balcony where, prior to the War Between The States, slaves were allowed to congregate during worship services.  ECAFA member Dennis York described the history of the church and building during our visit.

wpeE.jpg (62295 bytes) The Jesse Allred, Jr. home located near Red Cross, NC.  Original log building (in back) built in 1818.  The front two-story section of the home was built in 1893.  Excellent example of the architectural style of typical farm homes found throughout central North Carolina.

wpe10.jpg (53536 bytes) The Historical Marker at Cedar Falls, NC, tells of the service and historical significance of Randolph County Confederates.  The original mill building is still standing, but abandoned at present.  

 

 

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