Organized in 1845, Smithwood Baptist Church is a Fountain City landmark. Its cemetery is the resting place of refugees from the 1876 yellow-fever epidemic in Memphis.

Photo by Shawn Poynter

Organized in 1845, Smithwood Baptist Church is a Fountain City landmark. Its cemetery is the resting place of refugees from the 1876 yellow-fever epidemic in Memphis.

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