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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Edinburg, Virginia
Location of Edinburg, Virginia
▶ Shenandoah County (205) ▶ Frederick County (175) ▶ Page County (86) ▶ Rockingham County (81) ▶ Warren County (43) ▶ Hardy County, West Virginia (41)
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|Between September 26 and October 8, 1864, General Philip Sheridan's troops worked their way north from Staunton to Cedar Creek, leaving behind destruction previously unseen in North America. ultimately spared, the Edinburg Mill was set ablaze like . . . — — Map (db m158270) HM|
|During Maj. Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's 1862 Valley campaign, Confederate Col. Turner Ashby's cavalry and Chew's Battery halted Union Maj Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks's steady advance southward. Ashby engaged Union forces 28 times in April along . . . — — Map (db m23017) HM|
|In 1850, George P. Grandstaff announced the opening of the large water-powered grist mill here nearly two years after construction began. This large facility competed with the Whissen Mill also on Stony Creek nearer the center of Edinburg. These two . . . — — Map (db m25382) HM|
Since its heroic salvation in 1864, the Edinburg Mill has been a source of pride in its contributions to our national story as well as our local economy. Yet, as the Edinburg Mill and its Museum grew in its historic and cultural significance into . . . — — Map (db m158274) HM|
Schoolhouse bench from the Edinburg Graded School "Cedar Hill Academy". Opened in 1876-77, the School was used until 1933. The School housed grades 1 through 7 with 8th grade added in 1946-47. High School levels were designated as . . . — — Map (db m158264) HM|
|Stoney Creek flood water level during blizzard of Jan. 1996 — — Map (db m158276) HM|
The original fire bell
Dedicated to the founders
and members of the
Edinburg Vol. Fire Co.
in memory of Earl "Bud" Marston
by wife Betty
— — Map (db m158282) HM|
|On March 28, 1862, just 2 days after his appointment to serve as cartographer on the staff of Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson, Jedediah Hotchkiss reported the Valley Army’s position at Narrow Passage Creek (four miles north of here) . . . — — Map (db m25375) HM|
|March 26, 1862: “In the morning our battalion was ordered back to Narrow Passage, … near the rest of the army. Hd. Qrs. were established at Miss Stover’s, in the stone house, near Narrow Passage Creek. Soon after we reached camp, Gen. . . . — — Map (db m22746) HM|
|In Honor of All Veterans — — Map (db m158281) WM|
Once the farmer had removed the grain from the straw it would be run through the wheat fan twice; first through the coarse riddle to remove the chaff; the second time through the fine riddle to take out the "white caps" leaving only the clean . . . — — Map (db m158269) HM|
Once the farmer had removed the grain from the straw it would be run through the wheat fan twice; first through the course riddle to remove the chaff; the second time through the fine riddle to take out the "white caps" leaving only the clean . . . — — Map (db m158272) HM|
Dedicated to the memory of these men from Madison District who died in the service of our country in World War II
Harry S. Walter •
Russell Clinedinst •
Billy P. Wolfe •
C. Richard Lantz •
Joseph S. Dalton •
Alger E. Holler • . . . — — Map (db m158280) WM|