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Chenoweth was a architect, builder and well known for his covered bridge designs.He constructed many during the 1840's and 50's, including the Philippi (Barbour County) and Barrackville (Marion County) covered bridges.
Crozet was involved in the planning and construction of several antebellum period transportation projects in Western Virginia including the Northwest Turnpike (1832) and the Staunton - Parkersburg Turnpike (1848). Crozet was also one of the founders of the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) in Lexington, Va.
Designed and built by Lemuel Chenoweth, the bridge spans the Tygart Valley River. The Chenoweth home can be seen on the right. Lemuel Chenoweth was a renown architect and bridge designer in Western Virginia before the Civil War.
Portrait of Sarah Joanne Bonnfield Maxwell, wife of Rufus Maxwell, mother of Hu Maxwell and 11 others.
Two members of the Maxwell family pose for a portrait.
Portrait of Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Johnston.
Rufus Maxwell and his wife Sarah Bonnefield Maxwell sit outside by the front open door, others are not identified. Photo taken at the old Maxwell home.
Hu and Anne Humphrey Maxwell pose for a photo.
Bessie Maxwell,daughter of Wilson Maxwell.
Sarah June Maxwell, and sons Hu(sitting) Frank and Edwin.
Youngest sibling of the Maxwell family. Cabinet Card
cabinet card portrait of Thomas Edwin (Ned) Maxwell, brother of Hu Maxwell.