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NATIONAL REGISTER LIST FOR WEST VIRGINIA

Each entry is follow by date of listing in parentheses

and number of contributing properties in brackets

Listing as of 7/07

BARBOUR COUNTY

Belington

Bernard E. Wilmoth House, 303 Dayton Blvd. (11/30/05) [2]

Berryburg Vicinity

Adaland, (Modisett Mansion), CR 77/5 off SR 76 (4/14/95) [3]

Carrollton

Carrollton Covered Bridge, CR 36 at Jct CR 11/2 crossing Buckhannon River, West Virginia Covered Bridges TR (6/4/81) [1]

Elk City

J.N.B. Crim House, SR 57, Clarksburg Pike (8/24/84) [1]

Philippi


Barbour County Courthouse, Court Square, Main Street (2/22/80) [1]

Peck-Crim-Chesser House, 14 North Walnut Street (8/23/84) [2]

Philippi B&O Railroad Station, 146 Main Street (5/16/86) [1]

Philippi Covered Bridge (Barbour County Historical Society Museum), US 250, Main Street over Tygart Valley River, West Virginia Covered Bridges TR (9/14/72) [1]

Philippi Historic District, roughly bounded by Pike, High, Walnut, Wolfe, Main, and Wilson Streets, and Tygart Valley River (8/29/90) [113]

Whitescarver Hall, Circle Drive., Alderson-Broaddus College Campus (2/5/90) [1]


BERKELEY COUNTY
Arden Vicinity

Ar-Qua Springs (Thomas Thornbrough [Thornbrugh] House), CR 37 (12/12/76) [1]

Hayes-Pitzer House, CR 45/8, Middle Creek Road (11/21/94) [1]
Baker Heights Vicinity

Kearfott-Bane House, CR 36/1, N of SR 9 (7/8/85) [3]


Bedington

Priscilla Strode Turner House, 347 Carlyle Road (12/12/02)


Bedington Vicinity

Lick Run Plantation, Off US 11 (1/12/84) [4]


Blairton Vicinity

Smoketown School, CR 45/4 (12/1/94) [1]


Bunker Hill

Bunker Hill Historic District, US 11 and CR 26, (12/10/80) [32], Berkeley County Multiple Resource



Area

John Drinker House, Sam Mason Road, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [6]

Edgewood (John Boyd House), US 11, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [2]

Mill Creek Historic District, Along Mill Creek extending both E and W of Bunker Hill, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [19]

Morgan Chapel and Graveyard, N side of SR 26, W of junction US 11 (1/12/84) [2]

Morgan-Gold House (Samuel Gold House), SR 51/2 (7/8/85) [1]

William G. Morgan House, “Morgan Acres,” SR 24 S of junction with SR 26 (1/12/84) [2]

John, David, and Jacob Rees House (Le Ferre Farm), Off US 11, (1/12/84) [3]


Darkesville

Darkesville Historic District, US 11 at Middle Creek, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area

(12/10/80) [47]]

Union Bryarly’s Mill, address unknown, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [6?]


Falling Waters

“Whitebush” (Archibald Sheerer House), CR 11/3, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [1]

Edward Colsten House, 1598 Tice Road (5/1/03)
Falling Waters Vicinity

Maidstone-on-the-Potomac, 12 Temple Drive (4/15/04)

Gerrardstown

Gerrardstown Historic District, SR 51 and Virginia Line Road (8/5/91) [99]

Hays-Gerrard House (Gerrard House), Congress Street (9/16/85) [2]
Gerrardstown Vicinity

Campbellton, CR 1, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [2]

Cool Spring Farm, Runnymeade Road, SR 26 (11/21/94) [2]

Washington Gold House (Mountain View Farm), S on CR 51/2 (1/12/84) [3]

Gilbert and Samuel McKown House (Marshy Dell), SR 51 (1/12/84) [2]

William Wilson House (Prospect Hill), SR 51 (1/12/84) [5]

Morris Rees III House, WV 24, 0.2 miles south of WV 51 (1/8/03)

Mary Park Wilson House, SR 51/2 (7/8/1985) [1]


Hedgesville

Harlan Spring Historic District, CR 2, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [9]

Hedgesville Historic District, Roughly bounded by N and S Mary Street, and E and W Main Street, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [80]

Hedges Chapel, 668 Mountain Lake Road, (12/12/02)

James Mason House and Farm, 856 Little Georgetown Road (11/15/06)

Hedgesville Vicinity

William Boggs Farm, SR 7 (3/7/01) [2]

Samuel Cunningham House (Pleasant View Farm), SE on SR 9 (12/12/76) [1]

Decatur Hedges House, SR 9 (1/12/84) [2]

Owen Tudor Hedges House (Fairstone; Cedar Grove), CR 8/1 (11/21/94) [9]

Samuel Hedges House, CR 9/10, Mountain Road (12/12/76) [3]

Hedges-Lemen House, CR 4, 1 mile N of junction with SR 9 (5/2/91) [3]

Hedges-Robinson-Myers House, SR 3, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [7]

Hughes-Cunningham House, Harlan Springs Road (7/8/85) [1]

Snodgrass Tavern (Halfway House), SR 9 (4/24/73) [1]

Edward Tabb House (Rural Hill), CR 4 S of junction with SR 9 (1/12/84) [1]

Teter-Myers-French House (Peter Sperow House), junction of CR 3 and CR 1, Berkeley County

Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [6]

Clary’s Mountain Historic District, Hammond’s Mill Road (4/15/04)

Snodgrass Tavern (Boundary Increase), North side Hedgesville Road (West Virginia Route 9) (3/22/06)

Strode-Morrison-Tabler House and Farm, 1270 Jacobs Road (3/22/06)
Inwood Vicinity

Thomas Brown House, CR 30 (1/16/86) [1]

Thunder Hill Farm (Daniel-Grantham House) CR 30 (11/21/94) [3]

Lee-Throckmorton-McDonald House, 2101 Arden-Nolville Road (4/14/04)


Jones Spring Vicinity

Stuckey House, CR 7/8 along Wilson Ridge (5/17/91) [4]

Kearneysville Vicinity

John VanMetre House, 177 Elsie Drive (2/11/04)


Marlowe Vicinity

Charles Downs II House (Downs House), CR 1 W of US 11 (5/17/91) [3]

Harmony Cemetery, SR 1/1, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [2]

Maidstone Manor Farm (William R. Leigh House), CR 1/4, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area

(12/10/80) [5]

Power Plant and Dam #5, Potomac River W of Marlowe, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area

(12/10/80) [2]

Marlowe Consolidated School, 9580 Williamsport Pike (3/22/06)

Martinsburg

Adam Stephen House, 309 East John Street (10/15/70) [1]

Boydville, 601 S. Queen Street (10/15/70) [15]

Federal Aviation Administration Records Center (Old Courthouse and Post Office), 300 W. King Street (9/10/74) [1]

Apollo Theatre, 128 E. Martin Street (10/11/79) [1]

Aspen Hall (Edward Beeson Houes) 405 Boyd Avenue, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area

(12/10/80) [3]

B&O Railroad and Related Industries Historic District, roughly bounded by B&O Railroad from S side of Burke Street underpass to N side of B&O and Pennsylvania Railroad, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [30]

Boomtown Historic District, roughly bounded by Winchester Avenue to Arden Road, West King Street to Red Hill Road, West Stephen, West Addition, and Raleigh Streets, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [41]

Boydville Historic District, roughly bounded by W. Stephen, S. Spring, and S. Queen Streets, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [48]

Continental Clay Brick Plant, SR 9 Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [12]

Downtown Martinsburg Historic District, roughly bounded by W. Race, Water, Stephen, and Charles Streets, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [617]

East Martinsburg Historic District, roughly bounded by B&O Railroad Right-of-Way, N. Queen Street, Moler Avenue, and High Street, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [457]

Green Hill Cemetery Historic District, 486 East Burke Street, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area

(12/10/80) [3]

Myers House, Union Corner at end of CR 37/1, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [1]

South Water Street Historic District, roughly bounded by E. John, Water, and E. Burke Streets, and B&O Railroad, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [21]

Watkins Ferry Toll House, CR 11, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [1]

Abell-Kilbourn House, 1018 Winchester Avenue (11/21/94) [4]

Opequon Golf Club (Stonebridge Golf Club), Golf Club Road E of Opequon Creek (4/28/95) [1]

Baker Ropp House, 2301 Harlan Spring Road (12/12/02)

R.C. Ropp House, 2199 Harlan Spring Road (12/12/02)

Rosemont Historic District, Tennessee, Illinois, Georgia, and Kentucky Avenues (12/12/02)

Martinsburg Mining, Manufacturing & Improvement Co. Historic District (12/16/02)

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Martinsburg Shops, Roughly bounded by B&O Railroad, Court Street, and

Cottage Street (7/31/03)

John Evans House, 2298 Winchester Avenue (3/22/06)
Martinsburg Vicinity

“Swan Pond” (Dr. Edward O. Williams), CR 5/3 (7/29/77) [2]

VanMeter Ford Stone Bridge, E across Opequon Creek on SR 36 (8/22/77) [1]

Faraway Farm (Daniel Ropp House) CR 8, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [1]

Jones Mill Run Historic District, Hardscrabble, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [4]

Mount Zion Baptist Church, Opequon Ln. at Intersection of CR 9/17 and 9/19, Berkeley County

Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [2]

Red Bud Hollow, Union Corner, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [1]

Swan Pond Manor Historic District, CR 5/3, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80)

Tuscarora Creek Historic District, roughly bounded by Tennessee Avenue, S on Old Mill Road to CR 15, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80) [29]

Jacob VanDoren House (“Allen Dale”), 1 mile SW of junction with CR 45/3 and CR 40 (1/12/84) [1]

Henry J. Seibert II House (Seibert Villa), off SR 45 (7/8/85) [2]

George W.F. Mulliss House, W side of US 11, 1 mile S of Martinsburg (5/2/91)

Elizabeth Kunkel House, W side of US 11, 2/4 miles north of Martinsburg (5/17/91) [3]

Rauch House, off WV 9 (11/4/94) [5]

Nathan Van Meter House, CR 13, Dry Run Road (11/4/94) [7]

Elias Pitzer House, 1076 Clyde Borum Road (1/8/03)

Peter Speck House, 1149 Ben Speck Road (12/12/02)

Moses Nadenbousch House, 2540 Butler’s Chapel Road (2/11/04)

Robinson-Tabb House, 377 Holden Drive (2/11/04)

Benjamin H. Snyder House, 1925 Douglas Grove Road (2/11/04)

Overlook, 2910 Harlan Spring Road (4/15/04)

Spring Mills Historic District, portions of Hammonds Mill Road and Harlan Spring Road (4/15/04)

Tabler’s Station Historic District, portions of Tabler’s Station Road and Carlton Drive (4/14/04)

Miller Tavern and Farm, East Side of Golf Course Road (3/22/06) (also in Jefferson Co.)

Newcomer Mansion, 1735 Douglas Grove Road (3/22/06)


Nollville Vicinity

Ridge Road Historic District, S along Ridge Road, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area (12/10/80)

[6]

Ridgeway Vicinity



James Nathaniel Burwell House (Yellow House Farm) E of US 11, N of WV State Line (5/16/91) [2]
Scrabble

Scrabble Historic District, Scrabble Road and Dam No. 4 Road (3/22/06) (also in Jefferson County)

Shanghai Vicinity

Baldwin-Grantham House (“Locust Grove”), CR 18 (11/21/94) [1]

Shepherdstown Vicinity

George Washington Hollida House, 4781 Scabble Road (2/11/04)

Power Plant and Dam No. 4, Berkeley County Multiple Resource Area, on Potomac River N of CR 5 at

Scrabble (12/10/80) [1]


Smoketown Vicinity

Rush-Miller House, SR 45 (7/8/85) [4]


Spa Run Vicinity

Stone House Mansion (John Strode House) CR 9/19 (11/21/94) [4]


Tomahawk

Park’s Gap Bridge (Lane Bridge), Across Back Creek on CR 6 (11/4/94) [1]

Tomahawk Spring, CR 7/2 (12/1/94) [1]
Winebrenners Crossroads Vicinity

Couchman House (Strayer-Couchman House), Warm Springs Road (1/21/94) [1]



BOONE COUNTY

Coal River Locks, Dams, and Log Boom Archaeological District (Boone, Kanawha, and Lincoln Counties), address restricted (11/24/97) [59]


Madison

Boone County Courthouse, State Street (4/9/81) [1]


Nellis

Nellis Historic District, off CR 1 (3/24/00) [86]



BRAXTON COUNTY
Burnsville

Burnsville Bridge, Old Bridge Street over Little Kanawha River (3/17/95) [1]


Cedarville Vicinity

Michael Smith House, End of CR 5/1 1 mile from Junction CR 19/26 (9/26/06)


Gassaway

Gassaway Railroad Depot, between 4th and 5th Streets (3/17/94) [1]

Napier Vicinity

Cunningham House and Outbuildings [3], Bulltown Multiple Resource Area, 1/8 mile E of Napier off SR 19 (3/21/84)

Union Civil War Fortification, address restricted [1], Bulltown Multiple Resource Area, 1/8 mile E of Napier off SR 19 (3/21/84)

*Weston and Gauley Bridge Turnpike, Section between Stonewall Jackson Lake and Burnsville Lake (Part of roadway is also in Lewis County) (1/28/99) [2]


Sutton

Old Sutton High School (Sutton Grade School), North Hill Road (8/29/79) [1]

Sutton Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by Main Street, River View Drive and 1st Street (7/10/87) [87]

William Edgar Haymond House, 110 S. Stonewall Street (4/21/04)


Tesla Vicinity

Windy Run Grade School, junction of CR 38 and CR 19/48 (1/12/84) [1]



BROOKE COUNTY
Bethany

Bethany Historic District, roughly bounded by SR 67/Main Street, Pendelton, Richardson, Cramblett, and Roosevelt (4/1/82) [46]

Alexander Campbell Mansion, E on SR 67 (NR 10/15/70) [2], (NHL 4/19/94) [4]

Delta Tau Delta Founders House, 211 Main Street (5/29/79) [1]

Pendelton Heights, Bethany College Campus (6/26/75) [1]

Old Bethany Church, Main and Church Streets (12/12/76) [1]

Old Main at Bethany College, Bethany College Campus, off SR 67 (NR 8/25/70) [1], (NHL 6/21/90)[1]

Wellsburg

Miller’s Tavern (Brooke County Museum) 6th and Main Street (12/14/78) [1]

Wellsburg Wharf, 6th and Main Streets (11/27/79) [1]

Wellsburg Historic District, roughly bounded by 2nd Street, Charles Street, 29th Street, and the Ohio River (4/4/82) [696]

“Beallmore” (William T. and June Booher Residence), 1500 Pleasant Ave. [1], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)

Brooke Cemetery, 2200 Pleasant Avenue [1], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)

“Elmhurst” (William and Carol Lynn Residence), 1606 Pleasant Avenue [2], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)

Lewis Hall Mansion, 1300 Pleasant Avenue [1], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)

Harry Paull and Louisiana Beall Paul Mansion (“Morningside”), 1312 Pleasant Avenue [2], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)

David Fleming and Lucy Tarr Mansion, 2000 Pleasant Avenue [2], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)

Lucy Tarr Mansion, 1456 Pleasant Avenue [2], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)

General I.H. Duval Mansion, 1222 Pleasant Avenue [2], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area

(5/16/86)

Kirker House (Daniel and Donna Finell Residence), 1520 Grand Avenue (9/15/86) [1], Pleasant Avenue Multiple Resource Area (5/16/86)
Wellsburg Vicinity

Danforth Brown House, 555 Washington Pike or SR 27 (8/29/92) [2]

Inn at Fowlerstown (Drover’s Inn), 1001 Washington Pike or SR 27 (8/29/92) [6]

Nicholls Residence and Woolen Mill Site, SR 67, Wellsburg-Bethany Pike (11/13/97) [3]

“Vancroft” (William Penn Home; Mt. St. George Historic District), Brinker Road (9/15/86) [13]

John C. Reeves House, 100 Reeves Drive (9/26/06)




CABELL COUNTY
Barboursville

Thornburg House, 700 Main Street (4/25/91) [2]


Green Bottom Vicinity

General Albert Gallatin Jenkins House, 8814 Ohio River Road, SR 2 (5/22/78) [1]

Guyandotte

Thomas Carroll House (Madie Carroll House) 234 Guyan Street (6/1/73) [1]


Huntington

“Coin” Harvey House, 1305 Third Avenue (8/21/72) [1]

Old Main, Marshall University Campus, 16th Street (7/16/73) [1]

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Depot, 1100 block of 2nd Avenue (10/30/73) [1]

Carnegie Public Library, 900 5th Street (4/3/80) [1]

Ninth Street West Historic District (St. Cloud), 9th Street, Madison, and Jefferson Ave. (11/28/80) [15]

Memorial Arch, Memorial Park, 11th Avenue and Memorial Blvd (4/16/81) [1]

U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, 9th Street and 5th Avenue (4/15/82) [1]

Cabell County Courthouse, 5th Avenue and 8th Street (9/2/82) [1]

Campbell-Hicks House, 1102 5th Avenue (8/19/85) [1], additional documentation (4/12/99)

Douglass Junior and Senior High School, 10th Avenue and Bruce Street (12/5/85) [1]

Huntington Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by 3rd Avenue, 10th Street, 5th Avenue, 8th Street, and 7th Street (2/24/86) [62]

Ritter Park Historic District, Ritter Park, 13th Ave between 8th and 12th Streets (11/28/90) [73]

Masonic Temple / Watts-Ritter Wholesale Drygoods, 1100-1108 Third Avenue (8/26/93) [1]

Ohev Sholom Temple (B’Nai Sholom Temple) 949 10th Avenue (2/17/94) [1]

Ricketts House (Stevens Residence) 2301 Washington Boulevard (7/15/94) [1]

Simms School, 1680 Eleventh Avenue (5/12/97) [1]

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company, 9th - 27th Street (8/14/98) [2]

Huntington High School, 900 Eighth Street (4/4/00) [1]

Mortimer Place Historic District, bounded by an alley , 10th Street, 12th Avenue, and 11th Street

(3/12/01) [22]

Prichard House, 500 Twelfth Street (3/12/01) [2]

Foster Memorial Home, 700 Madison Avenue (2/27/02) [1]

Rotary Park Bridge, Rotary Park, 31st Street and Rotary Drive (12/12/02)

Chesapeake and Ohio 1308 Steam Locomotive, 1401 Memorial Boulevard (1/31/03)

Johnston-Meek House, 203 6th Avenue (4/14/04)

Downtown Huntington Historic District (Boundary increase and additional information), Roughly bounded by Third Avenue, Tenth Street, Fifth Avenue, Seventh and Eights Streets (2/23/07)

Elk River Coal & Lumber Company #10 Steam Locomotive, Intersection of Veteran’s Memorial

Boulevard and 11th Street (9/26/06)
Huntington Vicinity

West Virginia Colored Children’s Home, 2252 US 60 (11/13/97) [1]


Lesage Vicinity

Clover Archaeological Site, Address Restricted, (NHL 4/27/92) [1]


Milton

Mud River Covered Bridge, off US 60 on CR 25 over Mud River, West Virginia Covered Bridges TR (6/10/75) (Moved)


CALHOUN COUNTY
Sand Ridge

Alberts Chapel, US 119/33 (4/15/82) [1]



CLAY COUNTY
Clay

Old Clay County Courthouse, Main Street (4/20/79) [2]



DODRIDGE COUNTY
Cedar Point Vicinity

Center Point Covered Bridge, junction of CR 10 and CR 23 (8/29/83) [1]


New Milton

Krenn School (St. Clara Community Building) CR 66, Little Buck Run Road (3/29/89) [1]


St. Clara

Gamsjager-Wysong Farm, CR 66 (9/4/86) [3]


West Union

Doddridge County Courhouse, Court Square (3/18/82) [1]

Lathrop Russell Charter House, 109 High Street (3/25/93) [2]

Silas P. Smith Opera House, 117 Court Street (7/25/01) [1]

W. Scott Stuart House, 104 Chancery Street (3/25/93) [1]

West Union Downtown Historic District, Roughly bounded by B&O Railroad, Court Street, and Cottage Street (5/22/03)



FAYETTE COUNTY
Ansted

“Contentment” (Col. George Imboden House), along US 60 (12/31/74) [1]

“Halfway House” (Tyree Tavern), off Old US 60 (12/18/78) [1]

Page-Vawter House, US 60 (8/21/85) [1]


Clifftop Vicinity

Camp Washington-Carver Complex, CR 11/3 (6/20/80) [6]

Old Stone House/Tyree Stone Tavern, E of Clifftop of US 19 on SR 10 (6/20/75) [1]
Fayetteville

Fayette County Courthouse, Court Street between Wiseman and Maple Avenues (9/6/78) [1]

Altamont Hotel, 110 Fayette Avenue (8/29/79) [1]

E.B. Hawkins House (Hawkings-Ballard House), 120 Fayette Avenue (1/18/90) [5]

Fayetteville Historic District, roughly bounded by SR 16, Maple, and Fayette Avenues (12/20/90) [111]

Fayetteville Historic District, additional documentation, roughly bounded by SR 16, Maple, and Fayette Avenues (11/12/97) [22]


Fayetteville Vicinity

Kay Moor Mine, along the New River S of US 19 (11/8/90) [49]


Gauley Bridge

Gauley Bridge Railroad Station (C&O Station), off ST 16/39 (5/15/80) [1]


Glen Ferris

Glen Ferris Inn (Stockton’s Inn), US 60 overlooking Kanawha Falls (5/25/91) [1]


Glen Jean

Bank of Glen Jean, Main Street (2/10/83) [1]


Montgomery

Main Building, WV Institute of Technology Campus (6/25/80) [1]


Mt. Hope

New River Company General Office Building, 411 Main St. (4/21/04)


Landisburg

Dr. John Hughart House, Off SR 41 (3/26/01) [3]


Oak Hill

Oak Hill Railroad Depot, corner of Virginia Street and Central Ave (3/17/95) [1]


Prince

Prince Brothers General Store (Berry Store), SR 41 (4/17/86) [1]


Thurmond

Thurmond Historic District, SR 25 at New River (1/27/84) [45]


Whipple

Whipple Company Store, junction of CR 15 and CR 21/20 (4/26/91) [1]


GILMER COUNTY
Cedarville

Cedarville School, junction of Smith Avenue and Edmond Street (3/25/94) [1]

Glenville

John E. Arbuckle House (Glenville State College Alumni Center), 213 Court Street (11/21/01) [1]

Glenville Truss Bridge, Conrad Court over Little Kanawha River (12/4/98) [1]

Little Kanawha Valley Bank, 5 Howard Street (8/5/91) [1]

Ruddell General Store, 6 Court Street (12/15/98) [1]

Whiting House, 301 E. Main Street (12/4/98) [1]


Glenville Vicintiy

Gilmer County Poor Farm Infirmary, off Sycamore Road on Recreation Center Drive (12/4/98) [1]

“Job’s Temple,” W of Glenville on SR 5 (12/4/98) [1]
Stouts Mill

Stouts Mill Bridge, Duskcamp Road or CR 40 over Little Kanawha River (12/4/98) [1]


Trubada

Duck Run Cable Suspension Bridge, near SR 5 and 30 (7/9/97) [1]



GRANT COUNTY
Lahmansville Vicinity

Noah Snyder Farm, 1.5 miles S of Lahmansville on CR 5 (6/10/75) [1]


Gormania

Gormania Presbyterian Church, Mabis Ave., 0.1 mi. S of US 50 (9/7/05) [1]


Petersburg

Hermitage Motor Inn, Virginia Avenue, South Branch Valley Multiple Resource Area (1/14/86) [1]

Grant Count Courthouse, Virginia Avenue, US 220 (10/26/79) [1]

Petersburg Vicinity

“The Manor” (Peter and Jesse Hutton Farm), N of Petersburg on SR 42 (12/18/75) [15]

Rohrbaugh Cabin (Allegheny Cabin), Smokehole Road (SR 28/11), 3 miles S of junction with SR 28/55, Monongahela National Forest (11/3/93)


*William Vicinity

Fairfax Stone Site, N of William at corner of Grant, Preston, and Tucker Counties (1/26/70) [1]



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