BRACEY SCHOOL BLACK late 1800’s was located about 1.5 miles north of Midland. It was on the west side of the road on the property of Wright Bracey, a school teacher, preacher, and farmer.
The building was a one-room log cabin. The benches were hewn logs, flat on top and with legs.
Wright Bracey the teacher was a cousin of the Wright Bracey who was a schoolteacher at FLAT ROCK.
An early student was John Bracey, who was a son of Wright Bracey who operated the school and who was the father of Horace Bracey, a school bus driver for twenty-three years.
SOURCES: Interview, March 22, 1983, with Horace Bracey, d. April 18, 1985.