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The Cockayne Farm
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member dukemartin
N 39° 56.565 W 080° 45.267
17S E 520977 N 4421431
Quick Description: The large farm had the town Glen Dale named after it. The farm house is on the Nation Register of Historic Places.
Location: West Virginia, United States
Date Posted: 4/1/2018 1:39:10 PM
Waymark Code: WMY1E9
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member razalas
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Long Description:
The Cockayne Farm

The Cockayne farmhouse was built by Bennett Cockayne around 1850. His son Samuel A.J. was renowned as a sheep breeder. Dubbed Glendale by Samuel's wife Hannah, the farm was the namesake for Glen Dale when it was incorporated in 1924. In 1965, much of the farm was sold to make way for John Marshall High School. The farmhouse is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Marker Number: None on sign

Marker Title: The Cockayne Farm

Marker Location: West of Rt2

County or Independent City: Moundsville WV

Web Site: [Web Link]

Marker Program Sponsor: West Virginia Archives and History, 2015

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