“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Claysville, Pennsylvania

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Washington is the county seat for Washington County
Claysville is in Washington County
      Washington County (317)  
      Allegheny County (549)  
      Beaver County (216)  
      Fayette County (191)  
      Greene County (90)  
      Westmoreland County (133)  
      Brooke County, West Virginia (43)  
      Hancock County, West Virginia (28)  
      Marshall County, West Virginia (48)  
      Ohio County, West Virginia (168)  
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1Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — A Revolutionary War SoldierWas killed while defending Rice's Fort
The actual location of Rice's Fort is app. 5 miles from here and is considered by some to be the last battle of the Revolutionary War George PhilabaumMap (db m203457) HM
2Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — Claysville
Claysville has the distinction of being one of the original “pike towns” along the National Road. In 1817, an early settler and land owner, John Purviance, learned that the new National Road, that was being constructed between . . . Map (db m9372) HM
3Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — Montgomery HouseLandmark
Entered in the National Register of Historic PlacesMap (db m188510) HM
4Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — Revolutionary War Soldiersare buried in this Cemetery
Barr, Robert 1756-1857 • Laird, John abt 1758-1838 Dickerson, Henry abt 1755-1825 • McGlaughlin, Edward 1757-1841 Hair, John 1759-1841 • Purviance, John 1742-1821 Henderson, Joseph abt 1752-1837 • Tennis, Anthony abt 1748-1845 Jennings, . . . Map (db m201515) WM
5Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — Revolutionary War Soldiersare buried in this Cemetery
Auld (Ault), David abt 1743-1858 • Ault (Auld), Frederick abt 1739-1815 • Ault (Auld), James 1746-1832 • Brownlee, John 1756-1827 • Brownlee, Thomas 1751-1816 • Craig, Alexander abt 1762-1814 • Hutcheson, James abt 1755-1837 . . . Map (db m203459) HM WM
6Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — Rice's Fort
The site of this fortified blockhouse, built during the Revolution by Abraham Rice was about six miles north on Buffalo Creek. It was attacked by a force of Indians in September, 1782, but withstood the siegeMap (db m203453) HM
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7Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — Robert BarrBorn Ireland 1755 • [Died] 1857 Aged 101
Drummer Boy, Revolutionary War Served in Battle of Lundy's Lane War of 1812 Barr helped to rescue a woman and her child from the Indians, bringing them to a blockhouse west of Claysville, Pa.Map (db m188514) HM WM
8Pennsylvania (Washington County), Claysville — Veterans Memorial
To our men and women in uniform… past, present and future God bless you… and thank you.Map (db m203140) WM
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Oct. 5, 2022