ⓘ Huttonsville, West Virginia

                                     

ⓘ Huttonsville, West Virginia

Huttonsville was named for Jonathan Hutton, a pioneer settler.

Located in Huttonsville house of E. E. Hutton and Tygarts valley Church, listed on the national register of historic places. Located near Huttonsville on the site of cheat summit Fort and Fort of the brain, also included in the Unified register.

                                     
  • Huttonsville State Farm Wildlife Management Area is located on 2, 720 acres 1, 100 ha southeast of Huttonsville in Randolph County, West Virginia The
  • Huttonsville Correctional Center is a prison located near Huttonsville in Randolph County, West Virginia It was created by an act of the Legislature in
  • community in Randolph County, West Virginia USA. It is located on U.S. Route 219 15.5 miles 24.9 km south - southwest of Huttonsville It is named for the historic
  • Called Hutton, is a historic home located at Huttonsville Randolph County, in the U.S. state of West Virginia It was built in 1898, and is a 2½ - story
  • unincorporated community in Randolph County, West Virginia United States. Originally known as West Huttonsville Adolph was named by the Board on Geographic
  • community in Randolph County, West Virginia United States. Monterville is 12.5 miles 20.1 km southwest of Huttonsville Monterville had a post office
  • Randolph County is a county located in the U.S. state of West Virginia As of the 2010 census, the population was 29, 405. Its county seat is Elkins. The
  • radiating from Elkins, West Virginia in four principal directions: north to Cumberland, Maryland west to Belington, WV south to Huttonsville WV and east to
  • Civil War fort and archaeological site located near Huttonsville Randolph County, West Virginia It was built by the Union Army as part of the defenses
  • place CDP in Randolph County, West Virginia United States. Pickens is 13 miles 21 km west - southwest of Huttonsville It is the home of the Cunningham - Roberts
  • along the Tygart Valley River, 5.6 miles 9.0 km south - southwest of Huttonsville The community takes its name from nearby Elkwater Fork creek. A Union