from the bio of Sampson McDole in the Biographical Record and Portrait Album (1888), p.p. 607-08:
"[Sampson McDole] is a prominent member of the Lauramie Missionary Baptist church, in which he holds the office of treasurer, and is one of its most liberal supporters, and was the largest contributor toward the building of their new and beautiful brick church. All his family but two sons are also members and liberal supporters." Sampson died Sept. 29, 1900.
from the obit for Elcy Holden McDole, widow of Sampson, who died Mar 24, 1903.
"The funeral was conducted from the Baptist church near the McDole home this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Blur officiated and the interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the church."
Sounds like the church as indeed next to the cemetery, and that is was made of brick and erected about 1888. In 1903, the minister was Rev. Blur.