|Hull Cemetery (unincorporated county).
following photos were taken at Hull Cemetery. Unfortunately, the images are
poor because they were scanned on my old scanner.
The photos are good enough, however, for you to see what kind of
condition the cemetery is.
To the left is the grave of Sarah M. Hull who died when she was 61
The cemetery is on private property on the north side of Dover Bluff Road
across from Ella Park Church Road.
The following information is directly from my burial database. This table
contains all of the people who are *supposed* to be buried in Hull Cemetery. This information was gathered from records compiled by the late
(who did not cite sources) and from my own visit to the cemetery. Unfortunately, at that time, I did not keep track of which graves I actually
While I wrote down all the information on the headstones I could read, in
my database there is no way for me to know which are graves that I saw
myself and which are burials complied by Larry Durbin. I am in the process
of revisiting the cemeteries and this time I am marking in my database which
ones I have verified with my own eyes.
To the right:
"Our Father" Joseph Hull.
April 2nd 1795
June 1, 1865"
The children's plot. There appears to be at least 3 children buried here. I'm not sure which ones. I have another, un-scanned, photo that seems to contain another children's plot with what appears to be two more graves (possibly
Thomas Ellis Hull who died when he was 9.)
The grave of the elder Thomas Ellis Hull who died when he was 80.