NAME: Brink
COUNTY: Marion/Wetzel Counties
CLIMATE: cool spring hot summer, cool fall, cold winter
BEST TIME TO VISIT: late spring, summer and fall
COMMENTS: This is a correction with additional information to the previous submission.
REMAINS: House and derelict church
This "town" was started by a Brinkley M. Snodgrass whom the "town" was named after in around 1865/86 after the Civil War. He was Brink's first Postmaster. Brinkley was one of three brothers with adjoining farms in that area. The Snodgrasses still farm near Brink although where the "town" was is on land now owned by the Glasgow (originally Glasscock) family. Other families in the area included, Morris, West, Kendall (or Kindall) and Fisher. Still no info on why or when the town died out. Submitted by: Neil Carnegie