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Bivalve, Commercial Township, Cumberland County
L-shaped plan, the modest tower, and the small triangular pediments over
the windows suggests that this was once a Methodist church, but a recent
correspondent identified it as an AME church. A different correspondent
disagreed. I was told there are occasional meetings in the summer,
but I have no
It's in its last decade, judging by appearances. It might have been
between 1870 and 1900, in my opinion.