Person:John Tuckwiller (1)

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John Tuckwiller, of Greenbrier Co., [W]VA
d.18 February 1832 Greenbrier County, Virginia
m. bef. 1752
  1. John Tuckwiller, of Greenbrier Co., [W]VA1752 - 1832
  2. Thomas Tuckwiller1758 -
  3. Nancy Tutwiller1760 -
  4. Mary Tuckwiller1762 - 1861
  5. Daniel Tutwiller1764 -
  6. Sivilly TutwillerAbt 1764 - 1860
m. abt. 1778
  1. Hannah Tuckwiller1778 - 1869
  2. Elizabeth "Betsy" Tuckwiller1779 - 1867
  3. Esther Tuckwiller1783 - 1853
  4. David Tuckwiller1787 - 1861
  5. Barbara Tuckwiller1790 - 1867
  6. Daniel Tuckwiller1795 - 1862
  7. Catherine "Caty" Tuckwiller1798 - 1876
  8. Nancy TuckwillerAbt 1799 -
  9. Mary Elizabeth Tuckwiller1804 - 1886
  10. Rachael Tuckwiller1804 - 1875
Facts and Events
Name John Tuckwiller, of Greenbrier Co., [W]VA
Alt Name John Tutwiller
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1752 Frederick County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1778 to Mary Catherine Reiff
Death[1] 18 February 1832 Greenbrier County, Virginia
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Find A Grave.

    John Tuckwiller
    Birth 1752
    Shenandoah County, Virginia, USA
    Death 18 Feb 1832 (aged 79–80)
    Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA
    Burial: Tuckwiller Cemetery
    Fort Spring, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA

    Veteran Revolutionary War. Son of Thomas Tuckwiller (1725 – 1774) and Sabina {Unknown} Tuckwiller (1729 – ?). Married Mary Catharine Riffe (1761 - 1823). Parents of: Mrs. Hannah Tuckwiller Hedrick (1778 – 1869) wife of William Frederick Hedrick (1775 - 1860); Mrs. Elizabeth 'Betsy" Tuckwiller Perkins (Parkin) (1779 – 1867) wife of Reverend Samuel Perkins (1778 – 1854); Mrs. Esther Tuckwiller Hedrick (1783 – 1853) wife of Joseph Hedrick (1778 – 1850); David Tuckwiller (1787 – 1861); Mrs. Barbara Tuckwiller Wilson (1790 – 1867) wife of John C. Wilson (1790 – 1868); John Tuckwiller II (1792 – 1835); Mrs. Catherine "Caty" Tuckwiller Fleshman (1795 – 1876) wife of John Fleshman (1803 – 1874); Daniel Tuckwiller (1796 – 1862); Mrs. Nancy Tuckwiller Dwyer (1800 – 1876) wife of Moses Dwyer (1798 – ?); Mrs. Mary Tuckwiller Coffman (1804 – 1886) wife of Abram Coffman (1809 - 1881); and Mrs. Rachel Tuckwiller Matics (1804 – 1875), wife of John Matics (1812 – 1881). Information above by Conservative Patriot.
    John Tuckwiller moved from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia to Greenbrier County in what is now West Virginia. He built a log cabin in or near Rich Hollow and was the progenitor of a large Tuckwiller family which has been prominent in the Greenbrier Valley and the State of WV for many decades. Many of the men have been college-educated farmers and businessmen as well as being well-known leaders in their churches and in organizations such as the State Fair of West Virginia- see especially Ross Tuckwiller, 78819303. Tuckwiller women married into Hedrick, Wilson, and many other well-known Greenbrier families, and added to the Tuckwiller heritage.

    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/129794848/john-tuckwiller

  2.   Dayton, Ruth Woods (Ruth Neeson Woods). Pioneers and Their Homes on Upper Kanawha. (Charleston, West Virginia: Eduvation Foundation, 1947).

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