Signs of History (SM)

Grayson County


For a map directing you to Grayson County click here.

Area: 425 square miles

Formed in 1792 from Wythe, and named for William Grayson, one of the first two United States Senators from Virginia. Headwaters of New River are in this county.
Caty Sage, KC-10 Rte. 21, .4 miles s. of Wythe Co. line
Independence, U-22 Rte. 58, at Independence
Peyton Guyn Hale, U-23 Rte. 21, at Elks Creek
First County Seat, U-25 Rte. 640, 3 miles w. of Galax
Galax, U-26 Rte. 89 (Main St.), in Galax
Fries, UE-2 Rte. 94. at Carroll Co. line
First Court ofGrayson County, UE-5 Rte. 805, 5 miles sw. of Fries
Fries--Center of Early Recorded Country Music, UE-6 Rte. 94. at Fries
"New River Train" Song, UE-7 Rte. 94 at Rte. 1001 in Fries

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