Swafford Chapel and Cemetery
East Valley Road
An original log church was built by Thomas Swafford in the 1820s and was served by circuit riding preachers. The lumber of a second building is said to have been used to build barracks for Federal soldiers during the Civil War. The current structure was built in 1912 as a part of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The cemetery dates back to about 1820 and has included several limestone mounds that may be the only ones in
, the largest is said to be the tomb of Nancy Swafford who was buried in the 1820s. The congregation is currently inactive but holds a homecoming the second Sunday of August each year.