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Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church

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Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church is a historic Primitive Baptist church located between Meeting House Branch and E. Firetower Road in Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina. The original church building was set on fire on December 30, 1863 by Union forces under the command of Col. Joseph M. McChesney. It was rebuilt in 1893 and is a one-story, frame, gable front, rectangular, building measuring approximately 50 feet by 30 feet. It is two bays wide and five bays deep and sits on a brick pier foundation. Located on the property is the contributing church cemetery with less than 20 markers.
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