You can’t drive past a grand structure like this in a place like Davisboro and not wonder how it came to be here. It’s truly imposing with its rose windows and massive bell tower. Serving today as the United Methodist Church, it was built during the pastorate of C. T. Clark as the Davisboro Methodist Episcopal Church South. The building committee consisted of J. W. Aldred, Chairman; L. J. Moye, Vice-chairman; C. F. Gibbs, Secretary-Treasurer; T. T. Hattaway; W. C. Northington; Dr. R. L. Taylor; and Dr. J. B. Dillard.
A bronze plaque memorializes Ruth Aldred (14 January 1911 – 20 January 1923), “a child of rare charm and universally beloved“