Read and copyright© by Gloria Dettleff and Dorothy Falk on 13 April 2002
Photos by Toni Kohrmann November 2011
Take Kell Road north to where the road stops going at an angle and returns to straight north. There is a farm lane on the east side that goes up Grube Hill. The cemetery is in the field over the crest of the hill, about a block straight east from where the farm lane driveway ends. The remnants of the cemetery stones have been lovingly restored with black landscaping cloth topped with creek bed pebbles with the pieces of tombstones lying flat on top of the pebbles like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.
History of the cemetery and the family are available from the Clinton County Historical Society Quarterly 19-4, pages 166 - 168.