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Barboursville, West Virginia

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A community in Cabell County, Barboursville, WV, was established in 1813. The town was named for James Barbour, Governor of Virginia, 1812-1814. Barboursville become the county seat of Cabell County in 1814, retaining this honor until 1887, when the county seat was moved to Huntington. Barboursville today, on Interstate 64 (I-64), is a bedroom community of the Huntington metropolitan area and is widely known as the location of the Barboursville Mall. The West Virginia Veteran's Home is located in downtown Barboursville.


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Barboursville, WV

Barboursville, WV, is located about: 12 miles east of Huntington, WV; 15 miles west of Milton, WV; and 45 miles west of Charleston, WV.

Airports

Tri-State Airport

Schools

Cabell County Schools

Libraries

Cabell County Library

   

Maps

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Map of Barboursville, WV showing streets and highways, and nearby airports, parks, hospitals, buildings, churches, cemeteries, trails and more; with link to driving directions.

Topo map of Barboursville, WV, and vicinity

Census Data

Population: 3,183 (2000 Census)

Geodata

Elevation: 583
Longitude: -82.2947
Latitude: 38.4094

Photos

Shops in downtown Barboursville, WV
Renovated cabin on Main Street, Barboursville, WV