Historical Markers and War Memorials in Hot Springs, Virginia
Warm Springs is the county seat for Bath County
Hot Springs is in Bath County
Bath County(36) ► ADJACENT TO BATH COUNTY Alleghany County(22) ► Augusta County(68) ► Highland County(34) ► Rockbridge County(46) ► Greenbrier County, West Virginia(72) ► Pocahontas County, West Virginia(62) ►
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On Sam Snead Highway (U.S. 220) at Garth Newel Lane, on the right when traveling north on Sam Snead Highway.
Artist William Sergeant Kendall (1869–1938) and his wife Christine Herter Kendall (1890–1981) built this house soon after they arrived in Virginia in 1922. Garth Newel, Welsh for “New Home,” served as their residence and studio. A student of Thomas . . . — — Map (db m69747) HM
On Sam Snead Highway (U.S. 220) south of Main Street (County Route 615), on the left when traveling north.
Born In Thaxton, Bedford County, Lettie Pate
Whitehead Evans played a major role in the early
distribution of bottled Coca-Cola. She was one
of the first women members of the board of
directors of a major American corporation,
serving on the . . . — — Map (db m69922) HM
On Sam Snead Highway (U.S. 220) at Dunns Gap Road (County Route 618), on the left when traveling north on Sam Snead Highway.
Erected 1920 by the Virginia Hot Springs Company commemorating the planting of trees along this boulevard. A memorial of patriotism and a tribute of honor to the employees of this Company and the men of Bath County who in 1917 and 1918 served in . . . — — Map (db m69930) WM