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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Smyth County, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Smyth County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Smyth County, VA (62) Bland County, VA (8) Grayson County, VA (30) Russell County, VA (13) Tazewell County, VA (29) Washington County, VA (107) Wythe County, VA (49)  SmythCounty(62) Smyth County (62)  BlandCounty(8) Bland County (8)  GraysonCounty(30) Grayson County (30)  RussellCounty(13) Russell County (13)  TazewellCounty(29) Tazewell County (29)  WashingtonCounty(107) Washington County (107)  WytheCounty(49) Wythe County (49)
Marion is the county seat for Smyth County
Adjacent to Smyth County, Virginia
      Bland County (8)  
      Grayson County (30)  
      Russell County (13)  
      Tazewell County (29)  
      Washington County (107)  
      Wythe County (49)  
 
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1Virginia, Smyth County, Adwolfe — K-56 — Campbell's Home
2Virginia, Smyth County, Adwolfe — Mountain View Plantation: Antebellum Home Of The Abijah Thomas Family
3Virginia, Smyth County, Adwolfe — KD-18 — Village of Holston Mills
4Virginia, Smyth County, Chilhowie — Chilhowie — Stoneman at Greever’s Switch — Stoneman Raid —
5Virginia, Smyth County, Chilhowie — K-22 — Chilhowie
6Virginia, Smyth County, Chilhowie — Chilhowie Methodist Episcopal Church
7Virginia, Smyth County, Chilhowie — K-21 — Farthest West, 1750
8Virginia, Smyth County, Chilhowie — Sulphur Springs Church and Campground — 1806–1893
9Virginia, Smyth County, Chilhowie — Town House
10Virginia, Smyth County, Chilhowie — Transportation Through the Ages — 1900–1930’s — The Carriage House —
11Virginia, Smyth County, Groseclose — K-30 — Early Settlers
12Virginia, Smyth County, Konnarock — K 82 — Konnarock Training School (1924~1959)
13Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — KD-14 — “The Crying Tree”
14Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — KD-17 — Abijah Thomas (1814-1876) and His Octagonal House
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15Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Annabel Morris Buchanan — 1888- 1983 — Marion History Walk —
16Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — K-26 — Battle of Marion
17Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — KD-16 — Carnegie High School
18Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — K-328 — Col. Arthur Campbell
19Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Col. William Elisha Peters — Confederate Veteran and College Professor — Reported permanently removed
20Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Confederate Memorial
21Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — D.C. Miller Law Office — 220 West Town Street — Marion History Walk —
22Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Engagement at Marion — A Small Town Survives — Reported permanently removed
23Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — General Francis Marion — 1732-1795 — Marion History Walk —
24Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Governor David Campbell — 1779-1859 — Marion History Walk —
25Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Home of Mountain Dew — Marion History Walk —
26Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Hungry Mother State Park — Marion History Walk —
27Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — K-33 — Hungry Mother State Park
28Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — J. C. Campbell House — 205 West Main Street — Marion History Walk —
29Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Laura Lu Copenhaver — 1868-1940 — Marion History Walk —
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30Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Look & Lincoln Wagon Factory — 1860 - 1901 — Marion History Walk —
31Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Lt. Col. Garland York — 1923-1996 “The Omaha Kid” — Marion History Walk —
32Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Mack Howard Sturgill — 1927 – 1998 “Historical gossip” — Marion History Walk —
33Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — K-34 — Marion
34Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Marion & Rye Valley Railroad — 1891 - 1932 — Marion History Walk —
35Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Marion 9/11 Memorial
36Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Marion College — 1873 – 1967 — Marion History Walk —
37Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Marion Municipal Building — Marion History Walk —
38Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Marion Musical Heritage Mural
39Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — KD-15 — Mount Pleasant Methodist Church
40Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Nolan Ryan and the Marion Mets — Marion History Walk —
41Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — R.T. Greer & Company — 1904 – 1968 — Marion History Walk —
42Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Royal Oak Presbyterian Church — Marion History Walk —
43Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — K-24 — Royal Oak Presbyterian Church
44Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Salt Kettle
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45Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Sherwood Anderson — 1876-1941 — Marion History Walk —
46Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — K-46 — Sherwood Anderson
47Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — K-27 — Site of Colonial Home
48Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Smyth County Courthouse — Marion History Walk —
49Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Smyth County Museum — Marion History Walk —
50Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Smyth County Revolutionary War Memorial
51Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Smyth County War Memorial
52Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — Southwestern State Mental Hospital — 340 Bagley Circle — Marion History Walk —
53Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — UC-5 — State Fish Hatchery
54Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — The Battle of Marion — December 17 & 18, 1864 — Marion History Walk —
55Virginia, Smyth County, Marion — The Lincoln Theatre — Marion History Walk —
56Virginia, Smyth County, Saltville — Battle at Cedar Branch — Salt Works Defended
57Virginia, Smyth County, Saltville — History of Saltville Valley
58Virginia, Smyth County, Saltville — KB-6 — Saltville
59Virginia, Smyth County, Saltville — Saltville Defenses — Saltville and Salt Manufacturing
60Virginia, Smyth County, Saltville — U.S. General Stoneman's Raid — The Salt Works Partially Destroyed
61Virginia, Smyth County, Seven Mile Ford — K-19 — Seven Mile Ford
62Virginia, Smyth County, Seven Mile Ford — K-20 — William Campbell’s Grave
 
 
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Feb. 2, 2023