Furman Methodist Church at Furman, AL (completed 1882; listed on the NRHP)

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The original church building was constructed in 1857 on the present site of land. The current building was finished in 1882. It has six box columns and an unusual octagonal bell tower capped by a lightning rod. This church is a contributing property to the Furman Historic District that was added to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) on May 13, 1999. It is also included in Alabama Tapestry of Historic Places, published by the Alabama Historical Commission.

This church is located on Freedom Farm Road across the street from the Furman Post Office which is approximately 150 yards north of the intersection of and Highway 21 and Freedom Farm Road Road (GPS coordinates 32.004750,-86.964556)

Sources: 1) NRHP “Furman Historic District” Registration Form; 2) Alabama Tapestry of Historic Places, published by the Alabama Historical Commission.

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