Some of the cities, towns, and places in Braxton County are Bonnie, Braxton, Burnsville, Canfield, Caress, Centralia, Clem, Copen, Corley, Cutlips, Dingy, Duck, Elmira, Exchange, Falls Mill, Flatwoods, Frametown, Gassaway, Gip, Glendon, Heaters, Herold, Little Birch, Little Otter, Napier, Newville, Riffle, Rosedale, Servia, Strange Creek, Sutton, Tague, Tesla, Wilsie
Braxton County is a county in the central part of the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,523. The county seat is Sutton. The county was formed in 1836 from parts of Lewis, Kanawha, and Nicholas counties and named for Carter Braxton, a Virginia statesman and signer of the Declaration of Independence.
In 2010, the center of population of West Virginia was in northern Braxton County.Important salt works were located at Bulltown and here, in 1772, Captain Bull and his family and friendly Delaware Indians were massacred by frontiersmen. Jesse Hughes helped Jeremiah Carpenter and track and kill the Indians responsible for the Carpenter massacre. Jeremiah was a notable fiddle player who wrote a song Shelvin’ Rock about the experience of escaping to rock shelter.