“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 Jane Lew, West Virginia

Clickable Map of Lewis 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> Lewis County, WV (63) Braxton County, WV (15) Doddridge County, WV (13) Gilmer County, WV (24) Harrison County, WV (63) Upshur County, WV (49) Webster County, WV (18)  LewisCounty(63) Lewis County (63)  BraxtonCounty(15) Braxton County (15)  DoddridgeCounty(13) Doddridge County (13)  GilmerCounty(24) Gilmer County (24)  HarrisonCounty(63) Harrison County (63)  UpshurCounty(49) Upshur County (49)  WebsterCounty(18) Webster County (18)
Weston is the county seat for Lewis County
Jane Lew is in Lewis County
      Lewis County (63)  
      Braxton County (15)  
      Doddridge County (13)  
      Gilmer County (24)  
      Harrison County (63)  
      Upshur County (49)  
      Webster County (18)  
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1West Virginia (Lewis County), Jane Lew — Dedicated To All Veterans
From the Jane Lew CommunityMap (db m197556) WM
2West Virginia (Lewis County), Jane Lew — First M.P. Church
Two miles east stands the Old Harmony Church, built in 1819. In this church in 1829, John Mitchell and David Smith organized the first Methodist Protestant Church. Mitchell was its first pastor. Near the churchyard is his grave.Map (db m78396) HM
3West Virginia (Lewis County), Jane Lew — Gen. Lightburn
The Broad Run Baptist Church was organized in 1804. (2 Mi.W.) In its cemetery are buried many early settlers. Here is grave of Gen. Jos. A. Lightburn of the Union Army. After the War between the States, he became a Baptist minister.Map (db m78394) HM
4West Virginia (Lewis County), Jane Lew — Hacker's Creek / Jane Lew
Hacker's Creek At mouth of Jesse's Run was home of Jesse Hughes, Indian fighter and scout. About 1770, John Hacker settled here. Near by is scene of Cozad and other border massacres. Several Indian villages and burying grounds were . . . Map (db m78395) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022