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Portrait of Maj Gen. Tho. L. Rosser, CSA. He captured Beverly in January 1865, despite snow, cold, and high water. See West Virginia Collection Pamphlet 6610 and Boyd Stutler's 'WV in the Civil War.'
In 1921 Reverend Ellsworth S. Harman was elected minister of the Harman Church of the Brethren and he was the pastor a number of years.  He is grandson of the original Pastor, Rev. Asa Harmon who was elected in 1859 and for whom the town is named.
The community members first petitioned for their own separate church from the Tygarts Valley Presbyterian Church in 1841.  The church met in a union building which was built in 1851 until the present church building was dedicated in 1900.
The Leading Creek Primitive Baptist Church was formed in 1854.
Men work in the service center garage of the Esso station, which is located next to Coffman's Hardware Store.