The Baxter Bulletin cemetery map has a placemark shown for Culvahouse Cemetery in this general area, but no additional details. Several walking tours throughout this general overall area failed to locate evidence of the Culvahouse Cemetery here, using the somewhat vague description given in the book as a reference. Of the numerous area residents asked about Culvahouse Cemetery, only one older couple remembered there being a cemetery in this approximate area when they were children. They remembered it being called the Coverhouse Cemetery.
This land is now fenced pasture for grazing cattle. There is evidence of an old homestead here, and an old barn with a tin roof remains in this general location. There is also a tall mound of dirt that has been piled up with a wire fence enclosing it. The significance of this, if any, is not factually known. It may be enclosing the area of ground where the cemetery had been, or it may have been delineated for some other unknown reason.
If anyone has knowledge or additional information about Culvahouse Cemetery, I would appreciate an email.