Pendleton County/Grant County
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Markerman62
N 38° 52.092 W 079° 13.009
17S E 654700 N 4303661
One of the county line markers that are located at many county lines throughout the state.
Waymark Code: WMNM9N
Location: West Virginia, United States
Date Posted: 04/02/2015
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
Views: 2

Side 1
Pendleton County
Formed in 1788 from Augusta, Hardy, and Rockingham. It was named for Edmund Pendleton, Virginia jurist and statesman. This county has a range of altitude of over 3500 feet. Here is the Smoke Hole with its wonderful scenery.

Side 2
Grant County
Formed in 1866 from Hardy. Named for General Grant, later President. At the northwestern corner is the Fairfax Stone, which established the limits of the lands of Lord Fairfax. The county has many mountain peaks and beautiful scenery.
Marker Title: Pendleton County/Grant County

Marker Location: On the Petersburg Pike (US 220) at the Pendleton/Clark County line.

County or Independent City: Pendleton County

Marker Number: Not listed

Web Site: Not listed

Marker Program Sponsor: Not listed

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