Stories tagged "Maurertown": 4
Wilson Zeigler Liquor Distributor (Illegal)
On April 19 1907 The Shenandoah Herald reported that Wilson Zeigler was fined $25 for selling liquor in Maurertown without a license. The exact location from which he sold alcohol and when he operated is unknown.
North Mountain Vineyard
The Vines here were planted in 1982. It produces Chambourcin, Chardonnay, and Vidal Blanc wines and is home to Shenandoah Valley Hops.
Sometime around 1825, David Crabill built this tavern south of present-day Maurertown, Virginia, to serve travelers on what would become the Valley Turnpike. Crabill would have provided them food, a hot bed, and spirits of their choosing. The…
Maurertown Brethren Church
The history of the Maurertown Brethren Church begins in 1885 when the Shiloh Brethren Church was founded by E.B. Shaver. He, and others, split from the Valley Pike Church of the Brethren and sought to form a new church based on the “Gospel of Jesus…