The congregation was founded circa 1839. The present structure was built in 1896. It’s apparently the only surviving public building from the lost settlement of Cheevertown, which had a post office from 1882-1894. Thanks to Jessica McDaniel for making me aware of Cheevertown. She knows as much as anyone about the crossroads communities in this part of the state.
National Register of Historic Places
My family has enjoyed many good Homecomings at Notchaway since about 1954, I think.
Love that History, Thanks, joan herndon
This sits where a town called Cheevertown used to be. Few details of the original town remain. This is one of them.
That’s a new one on me, too, Jessica. Thanks!
It’s a pleasure!
A classic ,right down to the sandy ”lawn” .