“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Huddleston, Virginia

Clickable Map of Bedford County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Bedford County, VA (43) Amherst County, VA (40) Botetourt County, VA (41) Campbell County, VA (22) Franklin County, VA (25) Lynchburg Ind. City, VA (235) Pittsylvania County, VA (24) Roanoke County, VA (20) Rockbridge County, VA (46)  BedfordCounty(43) Bedford County (43)  AmherstCounty(40) Amherst County (40)  BotetourtCounty(41) Botetourt County (41)  CampbellCounty(22) Campbell County (22)  FranklinCounty(25) Franklin County (25)  Lynchburg(235) Lynchburg (235)  PittsylvaniaCounty(24) Pittsylvania County (24)  RoanokeCounty(20) Roanoke County (20)  RockbridgeCounty(46) Rockbridge County (46)
Bedford is the county seat for Bedford County
Huddleston is in Bedford County
      Bedford County (43)  
      Amherst County (40)  
      Botetourt County (41)  
      Campbell County (22)  
      Franklin County (25)  
      Lynchburg (235)  
      Pittsylvania County (24)  
      Roanoke County (20)  
      Rockbridge County (46)  
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1Virginia, Bedford County, Huddleston — K-161 — Smith Mountain LakeBedford County
On Interpretive Trail, 1.7 miles south of State Park Road, on the right.
Appalachian Power Company constructed Smith Mountain and Leesville Dams between 1960 and 1963 to generate hydroelectric energy. The waters of the Roanoke and Blackwater Rivers formed Smith Mountain Lake, one of two resulting reservoirs, which . . . Map (db m104439) HM
2Virginia, Bedford County, Huddleston — The Moody Meeting House
On State Park Road (Road 888) 1.2 miles west of Smith Mountain Lake Parkway (State Route 626), on the right when traveling west.
On April 11, 1790, a congregation of 32 organized here as the “Baptist Church of Christ on Stanton at the mouth of Black Water.” William Johnson, John Anthony and Thomas Douglass were the ministers present and Johnson was chosen pastor. . . . Map (db m153024) HM
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Mar. 26, 2023