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Spotlight: James V. M. Morris — Augusta, Richmond Co, GA

James V. M. Morris
One of the early Methodist Churches in this section, Pierce Memorial was first called Rocks Church, then Pierce Chapel for Bishop George F. Pierce, leading Georgia Methodist. The first building was erected across the road by slave labor soon after 1800.The old cemetery bears mute testimony to the age of this church. Plantation owners came by carriage and other modes of conveyance to worship, accompanied by their slaves. Many descendants of the first families still attend. Among outstanding early pastors were Rev. James V.M. Morris and Rev. W.I. Delph, Confederate veterans.
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John Henry Towers

John Henry Towers

30 JAN 1885born in Rome, Floyd Co, GA
1906MD, Annapolis, Naval Academy
1909USS Kentucky (BB6), Ensign
1911USS Michigan (BB27), Ensign
1920-1921USS Mugford (DD105), Lt Commander
1927-1928USS Langley (CV1), Commander
1937-1938USS Saratoga (CV3), Captain
30 APR 1955died in Jamaica, Queens Co, NY, about age 70.
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