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n site of Lewisburg......1774 Fort Fincastle, afterwards Fort Henry, at Wheeling, built......1774 Battle of Point Pleasant, at the mouth of the Great Kanawha......Oct. 10, 1774 Fort Randolph, at Point Pleasant, begun.......Oct. 10, 1774 John Harvie and John Nevill, chosen to represent western Virginia in the Virginia convention, are admitted to seats......March 21, 1775 Convention of Virginia frontiersmen west of the Alleghany Mountains at Pittsburg elects John Harvie and George Rodes delegates to Continental Congress......May 16, 1775 Tory insurrection under John Claypole, a resident of Hardy county, suppressed by troops under General Morgan......June, 1775 Captain Foreman and twenty-one men massacred by Indians about 4 miles from Moundsville......Sept. 25, 1777 Fort Henry unsuccessfully besieged by Indians under Simon Girty......Sept. 27-28, 1777 Cornstalk, Shawnee chief, murdered at Point Pleasant......Nov. 10, 1777 Fort Randolph besieged by Indians..