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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Greenville, West Virginia
Location of Greenville, West Virginia
► Monroe County (38) ► Greenbrier County (69) ► Summers County (37) ► Alleghany County, Virginia (19) ► Craig County, Virginia (6) ► Giles County, Virginia (17)
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|Constructed, Circa 1770, on land owned by Valentine Cook on Indian Creek. Cook's Fort was one of the largest frontier forts on the western line of settlement, and provided very strong defensive post. Fort covered over acre and had four blockhouses. . . . — — Map (db m98866) HM WM|
| Home of Isaac Estill
Isaac moved to block house on Indian Creek in 1773 at age 7 with Wallace & Mary Ann Campbell Estill. In 1788 he married Elizabeth, dau. of John Frogg, killed in 1774 at Battle of Pt. Pleasant, & granddau. of John Lewis, . . . — — Map (db m99262) HM WM|
| Mann Miller
The Mann and Miller families, neighbors in Germany, together migrated to American and settled near this site circa 1774. First were friends John Miller and Jacob Mann. Families labored to build Cook's Fort, Indian Creek Church and . . . — — Map (db m98735) HM|
|The large rooms of theses caves have high vaults and are easily accessible from the outside and are dry under foot. They were owned by John Maddy in 1804. He sold them to Jacob and John Mann who manufactured saltpeter here for several years. The . . . — — Map (db m98864) HM|