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Capt. Ralph Stewart
in West Virginia Historical Markers
A sign telling a short history about Ralph Stewart, second settler of Wyoming County.
posted by: Paintedwarrior
location: West Virginia
date approved: 8/25/2013
last visited: 8/30/2013
A sign telling a brief history of John Cooke, the first settler of Wyoming County.
War Between the States Generals / Spring Hill Cemetery
A two sided sign telling us some the Civil War veterans buried here.
Old Stone House
A sign telling us some of the visitors to the stone house built by Richard Tyree.
A sign telling us a short history of the Tyree Tavern.
A sign telling of the first white men to settle in Preston County, WV.
date approved: 8/11/2013
last visited: 8/12/2013
Big Lime And Big Injun Sands
A sign describing the products that the limestone yielded.
A brief history of Fort Beeler
posted by: cldisme
date approved: 7/29/2013
last visited: 2/17/2014
A brief history of early American settlers of the area.
Marshall County/Ohio County
A brief history regarding two of West Virginia's northern counties.
last visited: never
Upshur / Lewis County
A two sided sign telling us when and from where the two counties were formed.
date approved: 7/28/2013
last visited: 8/1/2013
Upshur / Webster County
A two sided sign telling us when and from where the two counties where formed.
A sign with the same information on both sides telling us when the area was settled and how it received its name.
Fort Pickens / Engagements of Co. A
A two sided sign telling us how Fort Pickens came to be and the many battles that Company A was engaged in.
Old Sulphur Spring
A sign telling of what occurred near this rest stop for water.
A sign with the same information on both sides telling about the formation of Harrison County.
Stalnaker Cabin Site & Cemetery
Jacob Stalnaker built a log cabin nearby in 1795, one of the earliest in Randolph County.
date approved: 7/1/2013
last visited: 7/6/2013
The Conley Graves
Nearby burial place of Darby Conley family that were killed in 1777.
Elkwater / Col. J. A. Washington
Two sided sign telling us about trenches, Indian forts, 4-h club and Col. John Augustine Washington.
A sign pointing out that General Robert E. Lee maintained headquarters here.
A sign telling us about various people killed near here during Indian raids.
Beverly Covered Bridge
A sign giving the history of the Beverly Covered Bridge.
Buckhannon / Frontier Days
A two sided sign telling how Buckhannon was named and about the Pringle Tree.
This sign is located within the fenced area next to the Pringle tree that housed John and Samuel Pringle.
J. R. Clifford
A sign telling us what J.R. Clifford was involved with during his lifetime.
date approved: 6/23/2013
last visited: 6/24/2013
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