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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Alum Creek, West Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Kanawha County, West 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 Kanawha County, WV (165) Boone County, WV (18) Clay County, WV (11) Fayette County, WV (113) Jackson County, WV (25) Lincoln County, WV (9) Nicholas County, WV (44) Putnam County, WV (25) Raleigh County, WV (60) Roane County, WV (19)  KanawhaCounty(165) Kanawha County (165)  BooneCounty(18) Boone County (18)  ClayCounty(11) Clay County (11)  FayetteCounty(113) Fayette County (113)  JacksonCounty(25) Jackson County (25)  LincolnCounty(9) Lincoln County (9)  NicholasCounty(44) Nicholas County (44)  PutnamCounty(25) Putnam County (25)  RaleighCounty(60) Raleigh County (60)  RoaneCounty(19) Roane County (19)
Charleston is the county seat for Kanawha County
Alum Creek is in Kanawha County
      Kanawha County (165)  
ADJACENT TO KANAWHA COUNTY
      Boone County (18)  
      Clay County (11)  
      Fayette County (113)  
      Jackson County (25)  
      Lincoln County (9)  
      Nicholas County (44)  
      Putnam County (25)  
      Raleigh County (60)  
      Roane County (19)  
 
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1West Virginia (Kanawha County), Alum Creek — Alum Creek
In 1881, the community of Rome was established at the forks of the Coal River. Named for local landowner Rome Pickens. Renamed Alum Creek after nearby stream on December 7, 1910. The stream was named for alum found along its banks. New post . . . Map (db m137394) HM
2West Virginia (Lincoln County), Alum Creek — Forks of Coal Missionary Baptist Church
On September 21, 1833, an arm of Upper Falls of Coal River Church met at the forks of Coal River. The group petitioned, May 1834, and on June 21, 1834, became a distinct church, Forks of Coal River Church, with 25 members. A log meeting house was . . . Map (db m137393) WM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 6, 2022