After these Times of Trouble, the Church went down

Reverend Jeremiah Miller was jailed in Easton. He prophecied the Lord would shake the town that day. After he was driven out, the church went down in that part of Maryland, until Bishop Wayman returned and set it right.

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Do you still see white horses over in those dark woods?

They said, Rev. Noah C.W. Cannon is a dangerous man. He preached at Denton on Sunday. And would preach at my father’s out in the country that week. He was admired by all who heard him. But that night came

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Deep Branch Chapel, near the place I was born

Near the place I was born, Tuckahoe, I dedicated Deep Branch Chapel. Then I hastened and got off. It’s 1874.  Here. The Legacy of A.M.E Bishop A.W. Wayman of Tuckahoe Neck, Caroline County, Maryland

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Long road back to Tuckahoe

Bishop Wayman, Do you come from Tuckahoe? Are you a son of Francis Wayman of Caroline County? I am.  And now tell me, Did Charlie and Button pull your wagon all the way from Tuckahoe to Ohio?

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His color was black

They wrote: His color was black. His features were strong. His voice was commanding, deep. His white friends in Denton always came out to hear him preach. Like-wise Generals, Governors, and Presidents. Born on the Tuckahoe, 1821 (before Fred Bailey

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