Jenkins Plantation Museum

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The plantation, now a museum, was originally built in 1835 and was named after Gen. Albert Gallatin Jenkins of the Confederacy. The general is believed to haunt the house. Witnesses have seen his apparition and heard the sound of his boots walking in the building.

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Geographic Information

Address:
8814 Ohio River Road
Lesage WV 25537
United States

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GPS:
38.586688, -82.24899099999999
County:
Cabell County, West Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Crown City, OH (1.9 mi.)
Athalia, OH (5.8 mi.)
Lesage, WV (6.2 mi.)
Apple Grove, WV (6.9 mi.)
Milton, WV (12.3 mi.)
Proctorville, OH (12.4 mi.)
Barboursville, WV (12.5 mi.)
Pea Ridge, WV (12.5 mi.)
Gallipolis Ferry, WV (13.0 mi.)
Buffalo, WV (14.6 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.wvculture.org/museum/JenkinsMod.html

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