Historical Markers in
Hampshire County, West Virginia

Abandonment of Fort Mill Ridge An Outpost in Enemy Territory Bloomery Iron Furnace / Bloomery Gap Skirmish Blue's Gap Battle Camp Washington Capon Lake Whipple Truss Bridge Capon Springs Captain George W. Stump Confederate Memorial Construction of Fort Mill Ridge Control of the Mechanicsburg Gap Easton Family Homesite Edward's Fort Stockade Replica Engagement at Romney Engagement with McNeill's Rangers Fight at Bloomery Gap Fort Edwards Fort Forman Fort Mill Ridge Fort Mill Ridge Trenches Fort Pearsall 1754 Forts in Col. George Washington's Chain of Forts Guarding the Eighteenth Century Virginia Froniter Gen. Braddock is Defeated Gilbert Proctor Miller Grapeshot Among the Pines Hampshire County / Virginia Hampshire County Courthouse Hampshire County World War I Memorial High Knob Historic Whipple Truss Ice Mountain In Memory Indian Mound Indian Mound Cemetery Interior of the Central Redoubt Jackson's Headquarters Lew Wallace's Raid on Romney Mechanicsburg Gap / Col. Claudius Crozet Mount Bethel Church Mt. Pisgah Benevolence Cemetery My Dream Northwestern Turnpike Old District Parsonage Old Literary Hall Oriskany Sand Oriskany Sand Pinoak Fountain Presbyterian Church Romney / Early Memorial Romney in 1861–1865 / “Stonewall” Jackson Romney In The Civil War Romney in Union Hands Romney's Oldest House Soldiers and Settlers Some French and Indian War Incidents in Hampshire County Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Taggart-Hall House The Central Redoubt The Civil War in the South Branch Valley The Ditch as a Second Line of Defense The Great Raid The Guns Of Jacob Sheetz The Ken Edmonds Memorial Heritage Trail The Stone House To Our Hero Dead In World War II Town of Romney United States Navy Recruiting Aids Facility Veterans Memorial W. Va School for the Deaf and Blind W.VA.'s Oldest Public Office Building Wire Bridge Engagement “Caudy’s Castle”