Hundred, West Virginia (WV), a community in Wetzel County, was incorporated in 1894 and named in honor of Henry Church, called “Old Hundred,” and his wife, who lived to be 109 and 106. An early settler on the West Virginia Fork of Fish Creek, Church had been a soldier in the British army under Cornwallis and was captured by American troops under LaFayette. The Fish Creek Covered Bridge is located off highway US-250 one mile south of Hundred on the West Virginia Fork of Fish Creek.
Lodging near Hundred, West Virginia
Hundred is located on highway US-250 north of its junction with WV-7 approximately 40 miles west of Morgantown, West Virginia, 35 miles of New Martinsville, West Virginia, 40 miles southeast of Moundsville, and 40 miles northwest of Fairmont, West Virginia.