Asbury, Cherokee County, South Carolina
This church served the Black communities of Asbury, Thicketty, and Whig Hill. Built in the 1880s, the church held services until the 1940s. It was listed on the National Register in 2012.
This Gothic Revival church is one of the few extant Black churches built in South Carolina prior to 1900 that is still standing.
Sam Nuckles, a Reconstruction Era politician, is buried in the cemetery.