“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 Arnoldsburg, West Virginia

Clickable Map of Calhoun 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> Calhoun County, WV (12) Braxton County, WV (14) Clay County, WV (11) Gilmer County, WV (24) Ritchie County, WV (12) Roane County, WV (19) Wirt County, WV (13)  CalhounCounty(12) Calhoun County (12)  BraxtonCounty(14) Braxton County (14)  ClayCounty(11) Clay County (11)  GilmerCounty(24) Gilmer County (24)  RitchieCounty(12) Ritchie County (12)  RoaneCounty(19) Roane County (19)  WirtCounty(13) Wirt County (13)
Grantsville is the county seat for Calhoun County
Arnoldsburg is in Calhoun County
      Calhoun County (12)  
      Braxton County (14)  
      Clay County (11)  
      Gilmer County (24)  
      Ritchie County (12)  
      Roane County (19)  
      Wirt County (13)  
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1West Virginia (Calhoun County), Arnoldsburg — Arnoldsburg Skirmish
Site of Camp McDonald, set up, 1862, occupied by the 11th W. Va. Inf., U.S.V. Scene of engagement, May 6, 1862, when Federals under Maj. George C. Trimble beat off an attack by Confederate Moccasin Rangers under Capt. Geo. Downs.Map (db m14153) HM
2West Virginia (Calhoun County), Arnoldsburg — Engagement at Arnoldsburg — Divided Loyalties
Early in 1862, the 11th West Virginia Infantry in Spencer established an outpost here in Arnoldsburg to suppress Confederate guerilla activity. Union Maj. George C. Trimble commanded four companies here at Camp McDonald, named for former county . . . Map (db m73440) HM
3West Virginia (Calhoun County), Arnoldsburg — Gilmer County / Calhoun County
Gilmer CountyFormed, 1845, from Kanawha and Lewis. Named for Thomas Walker Gilmer, Secretary of the Navy in President Tyler's Cabinet, who was killed by the explosion of a gun on board the United States battleship, Princeton, February 28, 1844. . . . Map (db m73437) HM
4West Virginia (Calhoun County), Arnoldsburg — Moccasin Rangers
One of several partisan groups in western VA during the Civil War, the Moccasin Rangers were Southern sympathizers who operated in the central counties of present-day West Virginia, conducting raids and terrorizing local Unionists. After they . . . Map (db m137948) HM
5West Virginia (Calhoun County), Arnoldsburg — Perry Hays & George Silcott / Louisa Hays & Amie Silcott
Perry Hays & George Silcott Peregrine Hays and George Silcott were prominent businessmen before the Civil War. Hays was sheriff of Calhoun County and Silcott county clerk. In 1861, they helped form the Moccasin Rangers. After truce they helped . . . Map (db m137949) HM
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May. 29, 2022