While Stonewall Jackson was a Confederate General there is much named for this man in West Virginia. This area was the boyhood home of General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. The mill was built by his grandfather Col. Edward Jackson in the early 1800’s.
It currently is closed due to covoid. The property also holds a 4H Camp for Boys and Girls.
The first cabin on the property.
A family member cabin moved from New Jersey to the property in 1927
Other cabins on the property
The Blacksmith Shop
A beautiful property nestled in the Appalachians. Once re-opened the tour will prove to be fascinating.