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To reach this cemetery from Vermont Route 16, turn right entering Glover village and drive past the Town Clerk's office, a small white house on the left. This winding, paved road is the main route to West Glover. 2.5 miles later, approaching the village of Wet Glover, turn left onto a dirt road which follows alongside the east boundary of Lake Parker. Drive exactly 1.1 miles and locate a left turn onto a smaller dirt road known locally as "the Old Hinman Road". Keeping to the left, go exactly 3 tenths of a mile up and find the cemetery on the right hand side of the road at a dead end.
A peaceful place in the woods to visit, one is taken with the 2 wooden bird houses perched on the front fence hear the gate which are usually tenanted by swallows. A mixture of the old, the new, the common and the unusual, this cemetery is marred only by the down and broken stones that dot its confines - more than a handful.
The north/south boundaries are a line of huge old maples with the remains of a very old wire fence faintly in existence, while the front has a rusty pair of gates large enough for a vehicle to drive through. It seems highly unlikely that any four wheel vehicle will ever enter this cemetery again, and the vestiges of a similar wire fence as dots the sides can be seen here. The back of this cemetery borders a woodlot, and here, too, one can see some strands of what was once a wire fence.
The rough measurements of this cemetery are 225' wide [north/south] by 150' deep [east/west].