Historical Markers in
Randolph County, West Virginia

1841 County Jail Adam Crawford House All Veterans Memorial Army Headquarters 1861 / Huttonsville Artillery Asa Gray / Buffalo-Indian Trail Astride the Road from Nowhere Battle of Rich Mountain Battle Of Rich Mountain Behind the Parapet Benjamin Wilson Beverly Beverly Beverly Bank Beverly Cemetery Beverly Covered Bridge Beverly Methodist Church Beverly Public Square Big Lime Big Lime and Big Injun Birkett-Cresap Bishop Asbury Blackman-Bosworth Store Blackman-Strader Bushrod Crawford Building Cabin Remains Camp Elkwater Camp Garnett Cheat Summit Camp Cheat Summit Fort Col. Benjamin Wilson Cornerstone of Wilson's Fort Crawford Scott Crozet - Chenoweth / Rich Mountain David Goff House Edward Hart House Elkins Elkwater / Col. J. A. Washington Fortifications General George B. McClellan General William S. Rosecrans Guarding the Turnpike Gum Hart / Collett House H.W. Daniels Post No. 29 Helvetia Helvetia Henry Gassaway Davis Hill Building Historic Beverly Antique Mall Humboldt Yokum House Huttonsville Huttonsville Isaac Baker House Jacob Stalnaker Jr. Cabin Jimtown / Phillips Cemetery Jonathan Arnold House Kump House / Herman Guy Kump Laura Jackson Arnold Lee's Headquarters Lemuel Chenoweth Lemuel Chenoweth House Mingo Flats Mt. Iser Cemetery Occupied Beverly Old Brick Church Pendleton County / Randolph County Peter Buckey House Pocahontas County/Randolph County Presbyterian Church Public Education in Beverly, VA-WV Beginning 1858 Randolph Co Jail - 1813 Randolph Co. Courthouse Randolph County / Tucker County Randolph County Jail Randolph County Veterans Memorial Rich Mountain Rich Mountain / Hart House Robert Foyles & Family Rosser's Raid Rowan House Shavers Fork Site of Old Hart House Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike Stephen Benton Elkins / Halliehurst The Conley Graves The Darden Mill The First Campaign The Hart House The Railroad Builds Elkins The Stable Yard Tory Camps / Seneca Trail Tygart Valley Homesteads U.S. Homestead Upshur County / Randolph County Valley Head War in West Virginia We Will Never Forget. Welcome to Rich Mountain Battlefield West Virginia Historic New Deal / CCC Trail Western Maryland Railway Honor Roll Working the Railyard “Lest We Forget That Peace Has a Price”