“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 Valley Head, West Virginia

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Location of Valley Head, West Virginia
    Randolph County (89)
    Barbour County (40)
    Grant County (29)
    Pendleton County (42)
    Pocahontas County (58)
    Tucker County (55)
    Upshur County (10)
    Webster County (3)
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1West Virginia (Randolph County), Valley Head — Big Lime
The Greenbrier Limestone, in this quarry represent the “Big Lime” of the driller. Fish-egg like oölitic zones in the “Big Lime” produce oil and natural gas in West Virginia.Map (db m155088) HM
2West Virginia (Randolph County), Valley Head — Lee's Headquarters
One-half mile east is the site of Gen. R. E. Lee's Valley Mountain Headquarters where he camped with his troops from Aug. 6 to Sept. 20, 1861 while he directed the ill-fated Cheat Mountain Campaign.Map (db m34366) HM
3West Virginia (Randolph County), Valley Head — Mingo Flats
Named for the Mingo Indians who had a village here. This tribe was a branch of the Iroquois. The Seneca Indian Trail passes this point. On Valley Mountain in 1861, Gen. Robert E. Lee camped while campaigning in this valley.Map (db m34374) HM
4West Virginia (Randolph County), Valley Head — The Conley Graves
Nearby is the burial place of Darby Conley (Connolly) and members of his family, victims of an Indian attack on this upper Tygart Valley settlement in 1777 (“bloody year of the three sevens”). One headstone marks graves.Map (db m82344) HM
5West Virginia (Randolph County), Valley Head — Valley Head
In 1777, Indians killed Darby Connolly and several members of his family on Connolly Run. Other settlers were taken captive. At Indian Run in 1780, three members of surveying party under Jacob Warwick were killed by the Indians.Map (db m34429) HM
May. 7, 2021