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Bullskin Creek Cemetery
About 10-15 ft. from edge of St. Rt. 52
Franklin Township
N 38˚   46.645  W084˚  05.183

Directions:  Take St. Rt. 52 out of New Richmond east towards Chilo.  You
will pass through Chilo.  Continue on St. Rt. 52 until you come to St Rt. 133. 
Drive past St. Rt. 133 and turn around and come back towards St. Rt. 133
so you are facing west.  Park right by the Bullskin Creek bridge.  There is a
gravel pulloff.  The cemetery is between Bullskin creek and the field west of
the bridge.  There is a small wooded area about 10-15 ft. from the road.  Walk
up hill anywhere along the road and head east – you cannot miss it.  Stay a
10-15 ft. length from the road up on the ridge and you will run right into it.  You
have to be able to walk on rough terrain to see this cemetery.  No way is a safe way to enter.

Pamela Smith, CCGS member and Vera Quehl, volunteer recorded
inscriptions and took photographs in Spring of 2010.   We believe
there are a lot more stones buried 8-10 inches under, as we continued
to pull them up until dark.  We hope to go back soon for more, but wanted
to share these with you.  The roots from the growth made this one very
hard to pull stones form the earth, they were embedded under large roots, etc.


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craig__rebecca
craig__rebecca_closuep
craig__varley
craig__varley_2
craig__william
craig__william_footstone
ewing__samuel_m.
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ewing__vincent_d.
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hamilton__abigail
hamilton__abigail_buried
hamiton__abigail_closeup
illegible
illegible__ann
pickerel__richard_h.
pickerel__richard_h.__closeup
pickerel__richard_h_1
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