Warwood, West Virginia

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Warwood, West Virginia
Warwood, West Virginia is located in West Virginia
Warwood, West Virginia
Warwood, West Virginia
Location within the state of West Virginia
Coordinates: 40°07′00″N 80°41′59″W / 40.11667°N 80.69972°W / 40.11667; -80.69972Coordinates: 40°07′00″N 80°41′59″W / 40.11667°N 80.69972°W / 40.11667; -80.69972
Country United States
State West Virginia
County Ohio
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
Area code(s) 304
Website www.warwoodtool.com

Warwood is a neighborhood of the city of Wheeling in Ohio County, West Virginia, USA. It lies at an elevation of 673 feet (205 m).[1] It was named for the Warwood Tool Company. Founded by Henry Warwood of Martins Ferry, Ohio in 1854, the company was sold to Daniel L. Heiskell in 1892 and moved to a location four miles north of Wheeling. The Warwood Tool Company remains in existence to this day.[1]

In the first half of the 20th century, a large number of Greek immigrants predominantly from the island of Karpathos settled in Warwood to work in the coal mines.[2][3] Among Warwood natives of Karpathian descent is the noted Greek Orthodox theologian John G. Panagiotou.[4]

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  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Warwood, West Virginia
  2. ^ Cassotis, Emanuel (2012). "The Karpathian Presence in America". karpathos.net. Karpathos Net. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  3. ^ "in Wheeling WV, many Karpathians went to work in the Constanza Brothers [coal] mines in Richland [the Warwood section], and soon the largest Karpathian community in America was established in Wheeling." -- Cassotis, Emanuel. "The Karpathian Presence in America" | http://www.karpathos.net/255
  4. ^ Panagiotou joins Cummins Theological Seminary as lecturer http://www.journalscene.com/20160724/160729922/panagiotou-joins-cummins-theological-seminary-as-lecturer

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