“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Floyd County, Virginia

Clickable Map of Floyd County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Floyd County, VA (11) Carroll County, VA (11) Franklin County, VA (23) Montgomery County, VA (72) Patrick County, VA (43) Pulaski County, VA (31) Roanoke County, VA (17)  FloydCounty(11) Floyd County (11)  CarrollCounty(11) Carroll County (11)  FranklinCounty(23) Franklin County (23)  MontgomeryCounty(72) Montgomery County (72)  PatrickCounty(43) Patrick County (43)  PulaskiCounty(31) Pulaski County (31)  RoanokeCounty(17) Roanoke County (17)
Adjacent to Floyd County, Virginia
    Carroll County (11)
    Franklin County (23)
    Montgomery County (72)
    Patrick County (43)
    Pulaski County (31)
    Roanoke County (17)
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1Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — Albert Tappe Howard’s Milk House
This location was a former Milk House built in the late 1800’s by Albert Tappe Howard. Farmers brought their dairy products to the Milk House and kept them cold in the spring-fed creek routed through the Milk House. Town and county residents came to . . . Map (db m65634) HM
2Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — America's Rural LandscapeBlue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway showcases some of America's best rural and natural landscapes. Rocky Knob is known for its pastoral, or agricultural, countryside. The topography of this plateau differs from much of the Parkway. Here generations of family . . . Map (db m140516) HM
3Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — KG-5 — Floyd
This place became the county seat when Floyd County was formed in 1831. First called Jacksonville for Andrew Jackson, its name was changed to that of the county. The courthouse was built on land given by the Phlegar family. The town was incorporated . . . Map (db m65633) HM
4Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — Z-81 — Floyd County / Montgomery County
Floyd County Floyd County was named for John Floyd, governor of Virginia from 1830 to 1834. The county was formed from Montgomery County in 1831, with a portion of Franklin County added later. The county seat is Floyd, formerly . . . Map (db m104299) HM
5Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — Floyd County Civil War Memorial
In Memory of our Fallen Braves, the Confederate Soldiers, from 1861 to 1865. Stoop Angels, hither from the skies; there is no holier spot of ground Than where defeated valor lies, By mourning beauty crowned. Floyd County to the Army . . . Map (db m151901) WM
6Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — Floyd County War Memorial
Army American Revolution, 1775 - 1781 Civil War, 1861 - 1865 Operation Desert Storm, 1990 - 1991 Navy War of 1812, 1812 - 1814 Spanish-American War, 1898 Air Force World War I, 1917 - 1918 World War II, 1941 - . . . Map (db m152068) WM
7Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — Former Site of an African-American School
This is the former site of an African-American School conveyed by David and Sarah Kitterman on April 18, 1868Map (db m152059) HM
8Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — Jacksonville Presbyterian Church
The Jacksonville Presbyterian Church was established in this building in 1850 and was the first church built in the Town. The building was constructed by Henry Dillon using plans from an 1830’s book, “Practical House Carpenter,” by Asher . . . Map (db m151908) HM
9Virginia (Floyd County), Floyd — Nannie Harmon Howard House1913 - 1914 — 209 East Main Street —
One of Floyd's most impressive residences, this grand Georgian Revival mansion was built for the widow of Judge Waller Howard according to plans adapted and drawn by Lather Hylton. The home is outfitted in grand style with a sweeping center . . . Map (db m152042) HM
10Virginia (Floyd County), Meadows of Dan — Mabry Mill
This mill was built about 1910 by Edwin B. Mabry, a jack-of-all-trades who had been a chairmaker, a miner, a coal company blacksmith, and a farmer. He and his wife, Mintoria Lizzie Mabry, operated the mill until 1936, grinding corn and sawing lumber . . . Map (db m165417) HM
11Virginia (Floyd County), Pine Creek — Z-204 — Caroll County / Floyd CountyArea 458 Square Miles / Area 376 Square Miles
Caroll County. Formed in 1842 from Grayson, and named for Charles Caroll of Carrollton, signer of the Declaration of Independence. New River runs through this county. Floyd County. Formed in 1831 from Montgomery and added to from . . . Map (db m65640) HM
May. 6, 2021