Bishop Wayman’s Long Road Home

Bishop Wayman’s Long Road Home

I walked 16 miles from Easton to my father’s. I knocked at the door and said, “Who lives here?” Father answered by saying, “Who is that?” I said,  “Me.” Then mother said, “That’s Alexander”– showing a mother never forgets her child. Read Bishop Wayman’s story...

Wayman’s Wharf

Also called Wayman’s Landing. Wayman’s Wharf was located on the Tuckahoe River a few miles south of Hillsboro.  It served as the steamboat landing for Hillsboro from at least from 1881 to 1921. The African-American Wayman family owned the wharf and...

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? The Legacy of A.M.E Bishop A.W. Wayman of Tuckahoe Neck, Caroline...