Before we actually came to Pemberton, we stopped at the Friends Meeting House. It was built in 1775.
A very interesting tree on the grounds of the meeting house. I see a lion's head. You?
The cemetery on the grounds. Most of the dates on the tombstones were unreadable.
Karen turned me loose in Pemberton. She had choir practice and seeing I don't sing, I walked. This is the Pemberton Baptist Church "organised" in 1764 and erected in 1861. This is Karen's church.
Yup, it is the front door.
Grace Episcopal Church.
As I wandered around to the side of the church, I came across this statue.
No, it is not Fall. The way the sun was shining through the leaves, it really brought out the red. I think it is some kind of a Maple but not sure.
Looks like they found a new use for the fire department.
I need help on this church too. Had an interesting grave yard and a great salute to those who sacrificed.