Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain Marker, KE-5
Just to the west took place the battle of Cloyd's Mountain, May 9, 1864. The Union General Crook, raiding to destroy the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad (N.&W.), met and repulsed General A. G. Jenkins, who was mortally wounded.
Marker Information:Year On Marker: 1938
Geographic Location: Pulaski County
Physical Description of Location: Cleburne Boulevard (Virginia 100), about 2 miles north of intersection with Broad Street (US 11), Cloyd, VA 24084. Marker is located in pull-off on left when traveling north on Virginia 100.
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