“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Jerry Run, West Virginia

Clickable Map of Webster County, West Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Webster County, WV (18) Braxton County, WV (15) Greenbrier County, WV (72) Lewis County, WV (63) Nicholas County, WV (44) Pocahontas County, WV (62) Randolph County, WV (104) Upshur County, WV (49)  WebsterCounty(18) Webster County (18)  BraxtonCounty(15) Braxton County (15)  GreenbrierCounty(72) Greenbrier County (72)  LewisCounty(63) Lewis County (63)  NicholasCounty(44) Nicholas County (44)  PocahontasCounty(62) Pocahontas County (62)  RandolphCounty(104) Randolph County (104)  UpshurCounty(49) Upshur County (49)
Webster Springs is the county seat for Webster County
Jerry Run is in Webster County
      Webster County (18)  
      Braxton County (15)  
      Greenbrier County (72)  
      Lewis County (63)  
      Nicholas County (44)  
      Pocahontas County (62)  
      Randolph County (104)  
      Upshur County (49)  
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1West Virginia, Webster County, Jerry Run — Old Sulphur Spring
On Mountain Parkway (West Virginia Route 20) 0.2 miles south of Panther Lick Road (County Road 20/3), on the right when traveling south.
Favorite gathering site for Jerry's Run and nearby residents during late 1800s-early 1900s; as well as rest stop for tired travelers for refreshing sulphur water. Nearby, a brief Civil War skirmish in 186 resulted in killing of Confederate James . . . Map (db m178890) HM
2West Virginia, Webster County, Jerry Run — The Springhouse
Near Mountain Parkway (Route 20) south of Panther Lick Road (Local Route 20/2), on the left when traveling north.
Prior to the days of refrigeration springhouses served a dual purpose. They were a source of fresh cool water as well as a place to keep food cool. They were usually small one-room buildings and were frequently built over a spring or small stream. . . . Map (db m179423) HM
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Mar. 30, 2023