Title: Dr. Jesse Bennett Inscription: Grave and home (1/2 mile W.) of Dr. Jesse Bennett, whose Caesarean operation on his wife, 1794, was the first in America.
Title: Thomas Hannan Inscription: Born 1755, died 1835. Soldier in the Revolution and the first white settler in Cabell County. Blazed trace from Saint Albans to Chillicothe
Title: Point Pleasant Inscription: Front: Fort Blair was built here in 1774 and later Fort Randolph, the center of Indian activities, 1777-1778. Here are graves of
This marker is located close to the road into Mason County Airport. There is no pull off close to the marker. Cars do not slow
This is the list of Historical Markers for Mason County, West Virginia. There are thirty-two noted in the WV Memory Project database. Of those thirty-two,
History Noted: Built in 1894 and named in honor of Reverend George Towers, graduate of Oxford, England who was a teacher at Randolph Academy. The