“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Hinton, West Virginia

Clickable Map of Summers County, West Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Summers County, WV (37) Fayette County, WV (97) Greenbrier County, WV (69) Mercer County, WV (28) Monroe County, WV (38) Raleigh County, WV (42) Giles County, VA (17)  SummersCounty(37) Summers County (37)  FayetteCounty(97) Fayette County (97)  GreenbrierCounty(69) Greenbrier County (69)  MercerCounty(28) Mercer County (28)  MonroeCounty(38) Monroe County (38)  RaleighCounty(42) Raleigh County (42)  GilesCountyVirginia(17) Giles County (17)
Location of Hinton, West Virginia
    Summers County (37)
    Fayette County (97)
    Greenbrier County (69)
    Mercer County (28)
    Monroe County (38)
    Raleigh County (42)
    Giles County, Virginia (17)
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1West Virginia (Summers County), Hinton — Fort Culbertson
On Cedar Street at Greenbrier Drive (West Virginia Route 3), on the right when traveling north on Cedar Street.
South on New River at Crump's Bottom, Fort Culbertson was built, 1774, at outbreak of Dunmore's War by Capt. James Robertson on order of William Preston, Lieutenant-Colonel of Fincastle County. This fort was garrisoned by troops.Map (db m76682) HM
2West Virginia (Summers County), Hinton — Hinton
On Ballengee Street (West Virginia Route 107) at Park Avenue (West Virginia Route 107), on the left when traveling south on Ballengee Street.
Named for its founder. Indian raids broke up early settlements in southern part of this county. First permanent settlements were those of James Graham at Lowell and of Robert Lilly on Little Bluestone from 1770 to 1772.Map (db m76684) HM
3West Virginia (Summers County), Hinton — Lilly
On West Virginia Route 20, on the right when traveling north.
The historic village of Lilly was located at the conference of the Little Bluestone and Bluestone Rivers three miles northwest of this point. It was settled by Robert and Fanny Lilly who migrated here in the late 1700's from the Dublin-Pulaski . . . Map (db m165186) HM
4West Virginia (Summers County), Hinton — Lilly Bridge
On West Virginia Route 20 just south of Bluestone Park Road, on the left when traveling south.
The Lilly Truss Bridge was determined to be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places for its association with the creation of the Bluestone Dam and Bluestone Lake. It was built to provide a transportation link across the lake. The . . . Map (db m132561) HM
5West Virginia (Summers County), Hinton — Pack's Ferry
On West Virginia Route 20 0.2 miles south of Bluestone Park Road, on the left when traveling south.
During the Civil War, Pack's Ferry was a strategic river crossing for Federal troops in the area. On the morning of August 6, 1862, 900 men and 2 artillery guns of Confederate Col. G. C. Wharton's command fired on 23rd Ohio soldiers . . . Map (db m132560) HM
6West Virginia (Summers County), Hinton — Wreck on the C&O
On Greenbrier Drive (West Virginia Route 3) 0.4 miles west of Locust Street, on the right when traveling west.
Across Greenbrier River, on October 23, 1890, engineer George Washington Alley (b. July 10, 1860) was scalded to death. Engine No. 134, pulling Fast Flying Virginian from Cincinnati to Washington, hit a boulder on tracks. Lewis Withrow & Robert . . . Map (db m76653) HM
Jul. 24, 2021