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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Clintwood, Virginia

Clickable Map of Dickenson County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Dickenson County, VA (21) Buchanan County, VA (7) Russell County, VA (14) Wise County, VA (32) Pike County, KY (45)  DickensonCounty(21) Dickenson County (21)  BuchananCounty(7) Buchanan County (7)  RussellCounty(14) Russell County (14)  WiseCounty(32) Wise County (32)  PikeCountyKentucky(45) Pike County (45)
Clintwood is the county seat for Dickenson County
Clintwood is in Dickenson County
      Dickenson County (21)  
      Buchanan County (7)  
      Russell County (14)  
      Wise County (32)  
      Pike County, Kentucky (45)  
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1 Virginia, Dickenson County, Clintwood — XB-11 — Clintwood
The name originally was Holly Creek. In 1882 the county seat of Dickenson County was moved from Ervington to this place, which was named Clintwood for Major Henry Clinton Wood. The town was incorporated in 1894. With the coming of the railroad to . . . Map (db m90769) HM
2 Virginia, Dickenson County, Clintwood — Dickenson County War Memorial
In memory of those from Dickenson County who gave their lives to keep us strong and free World War I Bailey, Allen J. • Colley, Fred H. • Deel, John H. • Grizzle, Thomas J. • Hay, Luther • Keel, Walter H. • Killen, Alexander • . . . Map (db m228615) WM
3 Virginia, Dickenson County, Clintwood — John Mullins
The only known Revolutionary War soldier buried in Dickenson County rests on knoll, to the left of intersection McClure and Mullins Avenues (State Highway 83). Died in 1849 at home of his son John who, in 1829, was the first settler on Holly Creek . . . Map (db m90759) HM
4 Virginia, Dickenson County, Clintwood — XB-13 — John Mullins Reported permanently removed
Near here on Holly Creek, John Mullins settled in 1829, becoming the second settler in Dickenson County. His father John Mullins, the only known Revolutionary War soldier resting in this county, spent his last years here with his son. He died in . . . Map (db m221004) HM
5 Virginia, Dickenson County, Clintwood — XB-13 — Mullins Family
John and Ollie (Cox) Mullins and their children, the first permanent settlers of European descent in this area, came here from North Carolina about 1829. The family lived along Holly Creek and claimed thousands of acres of land in the vicinity. . . . Map (db m221031) HM
6 Virginia, Dickenson County, Clintwood — Ralph Stanley Museum
Senator Roland Ephraim Chase built this historic home around 1903. It was the first brick home in Clintwood. His father, Captain John Perry Chase, C.S.A., a founder of Clintwood, gave the adjoining land for the Dickenson County Court House. Senator . . . Map (db m90762) HM
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Dec. 8, 2023