T55 R16 S32 NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 on the east side of CR 1155 (in July 2012).
This cemetery is in a small grove of trees in a cow pasture. Some of the stones have been broken by livestock but all are readable and in pretty good condition, especially considering their age.
The surname on the stones is spelled both McCully and McCulley, but are listed here as McCully for the ease of researchers.
This cemetery has been confused with the McCully-Haines Cemetery which is located about 1.68 miles (as the crow flies) southeast of this one.
This land was homesteaded by John McCully in 1831, and owned by his widow, second wife Lucinda (Brammer) McCully, in 1876, according to the plat map. It is he, his two wives, several children, and two grandchildren who are buried here. Some internet sites have this John McCully's parents, John and Jane (Ferris/Farris) McCully/McCulley/McCullough, buried in the same cemetery, but no sign of any other graves was found. The headstones and footstones had been thrown in a pile. The same number of bases were located, mostly still in place, but no way to match them up to know which grave is whose.
(This John McCully (1799-1860) is found under different names and dates on various internet sites, mostly commonly as John Alexander McCully Jr, 1800-1860. If anyone knows his correct name for sure, please let me know (Contributor #47219916. Thanks!)
- Added: 17 Jul 2012
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2457953
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