Odd, West Virginia - Name Origin

Name Origin

According to one story, a group of people gathered at the post office to name the town. Several names were suggested, and to one suggestion, someone in the group responded "That's odd." And so the name of Odd was adopted for the town.

Odd Elementary School was the last wooden school house in use in the state of West Virginia upon its closing in 1989.

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