Formed in 1845 from Harrison, Ritchie, Tyler and Lewis. Named for Philip Doddridge, lawyer and statesman of western Virginia. Many of the Indians who once came to this State got war and hunting weapons from flint quarries . . . — — Map (db m142407) HM
Settled by John Bunnell, a veteran of the Revolution, near the salt lick which attracted great game herds. The “Stone House,” built about 1807 by John Webster, was one of the famous inns on the Northwestern Turnpike. — — Map (db m42241) HM
Constructed in two phases: east end construction circa 1883; east end remodeled and west end constructed circal 1900. The depot closed in 1974. The last passenger train passed through in the Spring of 1981.
Restoration began in the early . . . — — Map (db m42243) HM
The Webster House, now known as The Stone House, was built shortly after 1800. The walls of the house are two feet thick, constructed of flagstones of various shapes and sizes held together by cement and mortar. John Webster, the builder, sold it to . . . — — Map (db m42239) HM