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Barbour County / Harrison County
in West Virginia Historical Markers
A two sided sign telling when and where the counties were formed from.
posted by: Paintedwarrior
location: West Virginia
date approved: 4/22/2013
last visited: 4/27/2013
Barbour County / Upshur County
Tells who lived in the house built by John Hays.
date approved: 3/26/2013
last visited: 3/30/2013
Tells who the town was named after.
Tells about the cabin and how the area got its name.
West Virginia (Berkeley County) / Virginia
Tells who first settled West Virginia and who Virginia was named after.
Tells about the mansion and how it was used during the Civil War.
date approved: 3/25/2013
Ruins of St. George's Chapel
Tells about the history of the chapel.
Tells about the mansion built by John and Lucy.
Tells about the home here and some of the people who visited here.
Tells of the Civil War battle here and the areas it covered.
Tells about the land that different Washington's owned.
Tells about General Adam Stephen's home.
Pack Horse Ford
Tells about different groups that used the area to cross the Potomac.
Tells of two famous men from here.
Some early history of the area.
Berkeley County / Morgan County
Tells what the counties were named after.
West Virginia (Morgan County) / Virginia
Hampshire County / Morgan County
Tells where the counties where formed from and how they were named.
last visited: 8/17/2013
Tells about the fort built here and the women who defended it.
date approved: 3/24/2013
Tells about the fine mansion built near here and some of the people who lived there.
Tuscarora (Clinton) Sand
Tells that this sandstone produces some gas.
Tells about what can be seen from this viewpoint.
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