Franklin Marks W.Va.’s 150th

Pendleton County Dedicates Statue

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Posted: June 22, 2013

LEFT TO RIGHT: Randy Ours, Louis Turner, Austen Whetzel, Wayne Huffman, Roger Ashley and Dewayne Borror pray during the dedication of a Civil War statue at the Pendleton County Courthouse in Franklin, W.Va., Thursday, which marked the state’s 150th birthday. (Photo by Joan Ashley)
FRANKLIN, W.Va. — A Civil War statue depicting a soldier representing both sides of the bloody conflict was dedicated Thursday on the corner of the Pendleton County Courthouse lawn.

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