|Rich Hollow Road|
West Virginia USA
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Tuckwiller Cemetery (aka Tuckwiller / Johnson Cemetery) is an inactive rural cemetery with no deed named after Greenbrier County pioneer and Revolutionary War veteran John Tuckwiller (Tutwiller) and family. Burial dates range from early 1800s to early 1900s. Primary stone material is local sandstone from Muddy Creek Mountain and limestone from nearby quarries in the valley. Some stones are impacted by wear, fractures, and no readable markings. Some stones or stone bases are piled in the southwest corner of the fenced area. Maintenance is by volunteers and family. There is no access road or parking since the cemetery is located in a pasture hidden from view of nearby Rich Hollow Road west of Lewisburg, Greenbrier County WV. Access is by permission of the property owner.