“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 Timberville

Clickable Map of Rockingham 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> Rockingham County, VA (80) Albemarle County, VA (83) Augusta County, VA (52) Greene County, VA (7) Harrisonburg Ind. City, VA (31) Page County, VA (85) Shenandoah County, VA (204) Hardy County, WV (37) Pendleton County, WV (41)  RockinghamCounty(80) Rockingham County (80)  AlbemarleCounty(83) Albemarle County (83)  AugustaCounty(52) Augusta County (52)  GreeneCounty(7) Greene County (7)  (31) Harrisonburg (31)  PageCounty(85) Page County (85)  ShenandoahCounty(204) Shenandoah County (204)  HardyCountyWest Virginia(37) Hardy County (37)  PendletonCounty(41) Pendleton County (41)
Timberville, Virginia and Vicinity
    Rockingham County (80)
    Albemarle County (83)
    Augusta County (52)
    Greene County (7)
    Harrisonburg (31)
    Page County (85)
    Shenandoah County (204)
    Hardy County, West Virginia (37)
    Pendleton County, West Virginia (41)
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1Virginia (Rockingham County), Timberville — 19th c Millstone
Found along Linville Creek South of Broadway — Map (db m158148) HM
2Virginia (Rockingham County), Timberville — Commemorating the Second Timberville Community School
This one-room building used 1871-1877 on land donated by William Thompson. Teacher H.A. Rife. — Map (db m158152) HM
3Virginia (Rockingham County), Timberville — Minnich's Store
In 1930, after working at the D.W. Wampler store for 24 years, B. Frank Minnich went into business and opened Minnich's Self Service Store at this location, which had served as the Dingledine Drug Store. The business was also known as "The Service . . . — Map (db m158150) HM
4Virginia (Rockingham County), Timberville — The Timberville Covered Bridge
Constructed in 1884, the Timberville covered bridge was 312 feet in length and 18 feet wide inside. Depending on the story of the lumber for the bridge was either cut in town or just west of Timberville. The stones for the support pier came from . . . — Map (db m158155) HM
5Virginia (Rockingham County), Timberville — Third Timberville Community School
This stone marks the site of the Third Timberville Community School 1887-1913, Timberville High School 1914-1952 and Timberville Elem. School 1952-1972. 100th Anniversary dedication August 2, 2014 "School days, school days; dear old . . . — Map (db m158153) HM
6Virginia (Rockingham County), Timberville — WW II Observation Post No. 27Broadway, VA — 1942 —
In 1942, the Broadway Town Council erected this Observation tower atop the hill overlooking Rt. 259 just off Broadway Ave. The tower stood on a platform that was about 20 feet above the ground. The site had been selected by the U.S. Army and . . . — Map (db m158154) HM
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Nov. 26, 2020