The Wrightsboro Quaker Meeting House was built in 1773. The original structure burned in 1799, taking with it many town and church records. It was rebuilt the same year, but burned again in 1810. The church was built later that year, but was built as a multi-denominational church rather than a true Quaker Meeting House. The church is still used today and stands on the original rock pillars. It will be the site for the 250th Wrightsboro Homecoming in 2018.
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