When Beth Hatcher’s grandmother was widowed with eight children, the community, anchored by the Inwood Baptist Church off Lake Wheeler Road in south Raleigh, gathered around the family like a shield. The cemetery at The Point Church (formerly Inwood Baptist) is now surrounded by a wooden picket fence.
When Beth Hatcher’s grandmother was widowed with eight children, the community, anchored by the Inwood Baptist Church off Lake Wheeler Road in south Raleigh, gathered around the family like a shield. The cemetery at The Point Church (formerly Inwood Baptist) is now surrounded by a wooden picket fence. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
When Beth Hatcher’s grandmother was widowed with eight children, the community, anchored by the Inwood Baptist Church off Lake Wheeler Road in south Raleigh, gathered around the family like a shield. The cemetery at The Point Church (formerly Inwood Baptist) is now surrounded by a wooden picket fence. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

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June 05, 2017 08:08 AM