This article describes some important events and lists some important dates pertaining to long-forgotten towns in the county. Redalia was a small town that had a post office sporadically from April 19, 1853 until April 28, 1894. Renston was a small town with a post office from March 20, 1891 until October 15, 1902. There was a post office in Ridge Springs from May 14, 1844, until December 11, 1866, and August 15, 1867, until January 1886. Roundtree was another small town in Pitt County. It grew around the plantation of Jesse Roundtree (1765-1831). A post office operated there from June 1, 1888, until October 2, 1902. The ancestral home of Pitt County's Blount family and their original plantation started by Jacob Blount (1726-1789) had a post office from January 15, 1833, until September 6, 1833. A very small town called Clayroot had a post office from February 10, 1894, until June 6, 1901. A prominent man by the name of Asa Garris lived at Littlefield.