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Historical Markers in Lost Creek, West Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Barbour County, West Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Barbour County, WV (42) Harrison County, WV (63) Preston County, WV (101) Randolph County, WV (104) Taylor County, WV (50) Tucker County, WV (59) Upshur County, WV (49)  BarbourCounty(42) Barbour County (42)  HarrisonCounty(63) Harrison County (63)  PrestonCounty(101) Preston County (101)  RandolphCounty(104) Randolph County (104)  TaylorCounty(50) Taylor County (50)  TuckerCounty(59) Tucker County (59)  UpshurCounty(49) Upshur County (49)
Philippi is the county seat for Barbour County
Lost Creek is in Barbour County
      Barbour County (42)  
ADJACENT TO BARBOUR COUNTY
      Harrison County (63)  
      Preston County (101)  
      Randolph County (104)  
      Taylor County (50)  
      Tucker County (59)  
      Upshur County (49)  
 
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1West Virginia (Barbour County), Lost Creek — Barbour County / Harrison County
Barbour County. Formed from Harrison, Lewis and Randolph in 1843. It is named for Philip Pendleton Barbour, distinguished Virginia jurist. The scene of opening hostilities on land between the armies of the North and the South in 1861. . . . Map (db m184509) HM
2West Virginia (Harrison County), Lost Creek — “Randolph Mason”
Near by was the home of the late Melville Davisson Post, author of many novels, but particularly noted for his stories concerning the strange points of law, woven about the fictitious character “Randolph Mason.”Map (db m173719) HM
3West Virginia (Harrison County), Lost Creek — B & O Depot
Built 1892, following the completion of railroad in 1887. Lost Creek grew to become largest shipping point for cattle in West Virginia in 1915 and on entire B & O system, east of Mississippi in 1923.Map (db m35331) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Aug. 18, 2022