Early Settlements
of Wise Co.

by Emory Hamilton

Chas. Addington Home
The Henderson Addington Home
The John Addington Mill
The Bob Anderson Crockery
Jessee Baker Settlement
Benge's Saddle
Freeman Beverly Home & Mill
Big Glades
Big Laurel
First Blacksmith Shop
Langhorne Blevins Settlement
Solomon Blessing Place
Ely Boggs Home
The Bolling Settlement
William J Bond Home
David Hoge Bruce
The Bruce House
Canoe Rock
The Charles Wesley Carter Grave
The Chisenhall Place
The Clark Camp
The Harley Clark House
Clerks Office
The First Coal Mine
Controversy over Lands in Wise County
The Court House
The Andrew W Day Place & Kiln
The Hiram Dean Home
William H Dean Home
Valeria Erwin Home
Meredith or Wilson Evans Place
John Frazier Home
Judge Elbert M. Fulton
Emory & Wiley Gardner Homes & Mill
The O B Gilley Home
John Gilliam Settlement
The Goins Grave
Samuel Graham Home
The William Greear Home
Schuyler & Nathan Hamilton
Cyatt Holdway Home
Nicolas & John P Horn/e
Horse Gap
The John Huff House & Mill
Loranza Dow Huff Home
George Hunsucker & Sons
Indian Warrior Camp & Indian Graves
Archibald & Edmond Ison
The Jail Plans
David Jessee Settlement
Jones School House
Green B Jones Home
Isaiah Jones Carding Machine
Clemmy Joseph Place
Ellington Kilgore Home
Hiram Kilgore Place
Rafe Kilgore Settlement
Martin Lipps Settlement
Lonesome Pine
Elihu Maggard Home
Samuel Meade Home
The Nash Place
Alvin D Parsons Place
Jeremiah Powers House
Prince's Flats
William Prince Settlement
Daniel Ramey Settlement
Ramsey Village & Jms Whitley Ramsey Home
The Roberson Mill
Lewis Roberts Home
William Robinett Home
Commodore & Thomas Rogers Homes
Samuel Saylers Settlement
David Smith Home
The Snodgrass Gristmill & Tannery
Adam Stidham Settlement
David Stidham House
Andrew Sturgill Home & Mill
A M & O M Vicars
Israel Wampler Home
Arthur, Jackie & John Wheatley
Williams Farm/Fraley Place
G C Williams Home
B T Yearly Place

The Blackmores of Blackmore's Fort
Big Laurel
The Boone Trail
The Bush Family
William Carr, the Long Hunter
The Civil War in Wise County
Tithables On Clinch River 1772
The Clinch Scouts
Moses Cockrell
"County Had Many Fort Houses"
Ann Cowan
Humphrey Dickenson Slain By Indians
Joseph and Ephraim Drake - Longhunters
The Dunkins
Captain John Dunkin of Elk Garden
Frederick Fraley Pioneer Settler
Micajah Frazier and Susan Hamilton
The Fugate Family
George Gibson
Glade Hollow Fort
Green Clawed By Bear
Was Guest Stat. named for Christopher Gist?
Dr. J. M. Hill Collection
A Bit of History
Dr. James Huff
William Huff and his Descendants
Indian Forays in Powell Valley
Genealogy of the Kelly Family
Old Land Suit Reads Like Ancient History
The Lee Family of Russell County, Virginia
Chief Logan Raids Frontier
The Origin of Lovelady Gap & Tms Lovelady
Gasper Mansker the Longhunter
Obey's Creek Named for Long Hunter
Thomas, James and Stephen Osborne
Wm Pittman & Henry Scaggs, Longhunters
Indians Capture Samuel Porter of Castlewood
Early Settlers in Powell's Valley
Prince's Flats Old Name for Norton
Josiah Ramsey Captured by the Indians
Samuel Ritchie of Scott County, Virginia
{John} Roberts Suffers From Indians
Massacre of the Archibald Scott Family
Capt. John Snoddy Militia Officer
Fred. & Jsph Starnes & Michael Moyer Killed
The Longhunter Uriah Stone
Michael Stoner A Friend of Boone
Tate's Fort On Moccasin Creek
Ever Hear of Deskin Tibbs
The Tiger Company (Civil War)
How Trimbles Creek Got It's Name
First Settlement in Turkey Cove
Elisha Wallen , True Longhunter
The Massacre at Warrior's Camp
Return to Wise

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