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Photos: Weekend with Reenactors of the Siege of Fort Randolph.

Highlights from a weekend with the reenactors of the Siege of Fort Randolph in Point Pleasant, W.Va. Fort Randolph was an American Revolutionary War fort which stood at the confluence of the Kanawha and Ohio Rivers in present day Point Pleasant. Reconstructed in nearby Krodel Park Campground in 1974, the fort hosts reenacting events throughout the year. The annual siege of Fort Randolph commemorates the weeklong and ultimately unsuccessful siege of the fort by warriors of the Wyandot and Mingo tribes in 1778 following the murder of Shawnee Chief Cornstalk inside the fort six months prior. The event serves as a way to educate visitors of not only the battle but also of life in colonial times along the frontier. For the reenactors themselves; many of whom have taken part year after year, the event is a chance to reconnect with one another. “It’s less of a reenactment and more of a family reunion” as one reenactor described it.

Funerals for Sunday, June 16, 2019

Brown, Marjorie - 2 p.m., Dunbar First Baptist Church, Dunbar.

Cunningham, Lawrence - 3 p.m., Foglesong Funeral Home, Mason.

Fought, Opal - 2 p.m., Bartlett-Nichols Funeral Home, St. Albans.

Galford, Mable - 2 p.m., VanReenen Funeral Home, Marlinton.

Kyer, David - 2 p.m., Fleming Cemetery, Cottle.

Shull, Jessie - 2 p.m., Wilcoxen Funeral Home, Point Pleasant.

Thomas, James - 1 p.m., 2101 Kaye-Neva Lane, Sissonville.