Alleghany County Marker, Z-223
Formed in 1822 from Bath, Botetourt, and Monroe, and named for the Alleghany Mountains. At Fort Mann in this county a battle took place between settlers and Indians led by Cornstalk, 1763.
Marker Information:Year On Marker: 1929
Geographic Location: Alleghany County
Physical Description of Location: White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986. Located on Kanawha Trail Road (Rt. 311), less than 1/5 of a mile southeast of the intersection of Kanawha Trail Road (Rt. 311) and I-64. Marker is on the left when traveling southeast on Kanawha Trail Road (Rt. 311).
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