"Grassy Lick Methodist Episcopal Church, a brick building now about 75 [seventy-five] years old. The big tree is a black walnut, probably well over a hundred years old, about 150 [one hundred fifty] yards due West of this building and on top of the hill is the old burying ground and church lot where the original 'Methodist Meeting-house' stood. The burying ground occupies about an acre and is still reserved."
Wilson, Samuel M., 1871-1946.
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