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Historical Markers in Dungannon, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Scott County, 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 Scott County, VA (31) Lee County, VA (41) Russell County, VA (13) Washington County, VA (107) Wise County, VA (25) Hancock County, TN (2) Hawkins County, TN (34) Sullivan County, TN (104)  ScottCounty(31) Scott County (31)  LeeCounty(41) Lee County (41)  RussellCounty(13) Russell County (13)  WashingtonCounty(107) Washington County (107)  WiseCounty(25) Wise County (25)  HancockCountyTennessee(2) Hancock County (2)  HawkinsCounty(34) Hawkins County (34)  SullivanCounty(104) Sullivan County (104)
Gate City is the county seat for Scott County
Dungannon is in Scott County
      Scott County (31)  
ADJACENT TO SCOTT COUNTY
      Lee County (41)  
      Russell County (13)  
      Washington County (107)  
      Wise County (25)  
      Hancock County, Tennessee (2)  
      Hawkins County, Tennessee (34)  
      Sullivan County, Tennessee (104)  
 
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1Virginia (Scott County), Dungannon — Dungannon Depot
The Clinchfield Railroad (1902–1983) which runs 277 miles from Spartansburg, SC to Elkhorn City, KY was built originally to haul coal and timber from the mountains to the markets. The first passenger train stopped in Dungannon, Virginia . . . Map (db m90943) HM
2Virginia (Scott County), Dungannon — Flanary Archaeological Site
Prehistoric hunters and gatherers traveled this land more than 10,000 years ago and later Native Americans settled here about A.D. 800. From evidence recovered by the Archaeological Society of Virginia in 1977, it appears that Indians camped at the . . . Map (db m90958) HM
3Virginia (Scott County), Dungannon — KA-16 — Patrick Hagan and Dungannon
Patrick Hagan (1828–1917) emigrated from Dungannon, Ireland, about 1844 and joined his uncle, Joseph Hagan, in Scott County. He read law, was admitted to the bar, and became one of the state’s foremost land lawyers. Hagan amassed large . . . Map (db m90940) HM
4Virginia (Scott County), Dungannon — K-18 — Patrick Porter(1737–1805)
Patrick Porter was among the early pioneer settlers in present Scott County. Nearby on Fall Creek is the site of Porter’s Mill, built by Porter in 1774, the earliest licensed mill on waters of the Clinch River. Porter is also credited with the . . . Map (db m91004) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022