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Lovett Methodist Church "Lovett Methodist Church was organized between the years from 1870 and 1875. It was originally built about one mile from Lovett, Georgia which is in Laurens County, almost mid-way between the towns of Dublin and Wrightsville. At the time the Church was called Pre Domina. It remained at the original location for a number of years. In the year of 1899,a site was obtained and the Church was moved to Lovett, Georgia, which by this time had developed into quite a nice little town. The church at the time was known as Lovett Methodist Church. The cemetery was very close to the original site of the Church. Many who live in Lovett now have loved ones buried there. The church at Pre Domina was torn down, the materials moved to Lovett, and construction was begun on the church in 1899....." It has since been moved to different location on Lovett Road.
Source: "Old Cemeteries in Laurens County Georgia" and findagrave.com

First Baptist Church, Dublin, ca 1912,  located at 405 Bellevue Avenue.  It was built in 1908 and modeled after Melrose Abbey in Scotland.  Photo courtesy Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives.

First Christian Church, which was built in 1908 and was located at the corner of Jefferson and Gaines Street.  It no longer exists.  Photo courtesy of Vanishing Vault, Georgia Archives.

Christ Episcopal Church located at the corner of Academy and Church Streets, Dublin.  Completed 1898, still standing.

Photo courtesy of Vanishing Vault, Georgia Archives.

Members of the Sunday School at Boiling Springs Methodist Church, 1897.

Photo courtesy of Vanishing Vault, Georgia Archives.

Centennial Celebration of the Boiling Springs Methodist Church, Oct 9, 1960.

Photo courtesy of Vanishing Vault, Georgia Archives.

 

 

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