Unknown Cemetery on Bull Hill Road
Town of Wheeler
Photos by Sherry (Clark) Tulloch

John and Anna Clark migrated from Northampton MA. in the early 1800's and setled in Wheeler. They were my 5th great grandparents. We have located John and Anna's gravestones as well as the stone of their son-in-law Thomas B. Upthegrove. As far as I know there is no record submitted of these stones. They are located on the west side of Bull Hill Road - across from cabinetmaker Vic Delagrange 9936 Bull Hill Rd. There is a natural food store close to the gravesites. 

As the story goes, there was an entire cemetery where these three stones are now. Apparently, a previous owner in the history of the land, plowed the cemetery under to plant his crops.

Sherry (Clark) Tulloch

CLARK, John   , Died  29 Oct 1861 , Age  81y 
CLARK, Anna S. , Spouse of  John , Died  13 Nov 1849 , Age  65y 
UPTHEGROVE, Thomas B.   , Died  15 Dec 1863 , Age  46y footstone: T.B.U. 

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