The Temple of Health: Trembly Bald

3 thoughts on “The Temple of Health: Trembly Bald”

  1. I am so glad you posted this! My great grand parents lived in the house in Antreville where they raised 12 children including my grandfather. I just recently found out that the house was still in existence so I have been doing some research on it. That is is how i stumbled on your post. I hope to go see it very soon! In one of your other posts you have a photo of a modern gas station. The Inn was located on the lot behind the gas station. That gas station was my great uncle’s store. Needless to say it looks so different from its original appearance. Thanks again!

  2. I just stumbled upon your post about the old Temple of Health…wondering what your connection is to the Brownlee family? Amanda Brownlee Johnson was my great, great, great grandmother and I have recently started to try to gather information. I have lots of stories from my grandmother but still many questions. She is buried in Salem Cemetary outside of Calhoun Falls in what was the Latimer area. I would appreciate any additional information you might have about the Brownlees.

    1. Katrina, my interest in the Brownlees was simply their part in the history of the Temple of Health. I’m not related at all.

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