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By the present day, Beverly has become mainly a bedroom community for its larger neighbor, Elkins. But Beverly, first community on a wilderness frontier, continues to hold a special place in our area heritage. The many historical buildings remaining today make Historic Beverly stand out as a unique regional resource.

Beverly Features

1. Beverly Cemetery -- ca. 1768
2. Calvin Collett House --
ca. 1869
3. Dreppard House --
ca. 1895
4. Curry House --
ca. 1897
5. The Pines --
1800? (Demolished June, 2010)
6. Willa Hill House --
ca. 1910
7. Beverly Methodist Church --
1890
8. Beverly Presbyterian Church --
1869
9. Montgomery Hart / Andrew Collett House --
pre-1840
10. Peter Buckey House and Hotel --pre-1791
11. Enterprise Building --
ca. Early 1800's
12. Bosworth Property --
early 1800's
13. Jonathan Arnold House --
ca 1820's
14. Lemuel Chenoweth House --
1856
15. Rowan House --
early 1800's
16. Louisa Gilmore House --
ca 1890
     
 (Demolished May, 1996)
17. Masonic Lodge Hall --
ca 1907
18. Channel Store --
ca 1903
19. Adam Crawford House --
early 1800's
20. Beverly Market --
ca. 1900
21. I.O.O.F. Lodge Hall --
1914
22. Blackman - Bosworth Store --
1827-28
23. 1813 Randolph County Jail -
1813
24. Beverly Public Square --
1813
25. Rohrbaugh's Store -- 
ca 1915
26. Beverly Bank --
1900
27. Randolph County Court House --
1808-1815
28. Hill Building -- 
ca 1907
29. Bushrod Crawford House --
ca. 1850
30. Scott House -- 
ca 1893
31. 1841 Randolph County Jail --
1841
32. Blackman - Strader House --
1861-66
32a. Staggers House -- 1921
33. David Goff House --
1835
34. Eli Baker House --
1873
35. Birkett House --
1867
36. Baker House --
ca. 1900
37. Logan House --
1810?
38. Edward Hart /
George Yokum House -- ca 1855
39. Humbolt Yokum House -- ca 1890
40. Henry Suiter House --
pre-1850
41. Cunningham House --
ca 1894
42. Eli Butcher House --
ca. 1778
43. Ward House --
1890-1895
44. Mt. Iser Cemetery --
ca. 1860's

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