Stull Cemetery


You go .9 miles north of Roxbury on Route 160, you will see a large old barn on the right hand side of the road, pull off the highway and follow the dirt road to the right of the barn a few hundred feet back to the edge of the field. You will have to walk approximately 600 feet up a hill veering to the left to a small grove of trees including a large pine tree at the top of the hill. There you will find a small cemetery, 39 graves, most of the tombstones are not readable but there are still seven or eight that are still legible. You can't see the cemetery from the road and won't be able to see it until you get within a few hundred feet of it. Directions provided by Rich Boyer.

Transcribed from WPA records by Sharon Newton Burnes.

Plot #

Name

Born

Died

Inscribed

4a

CUSTER,  Samuel & wife

Not inscribed

 

 

5

GINDLESPERGER,  Mary

Aged 31-8-17

8-.3-1889

Sister of Harvey

1

STULL,  Polly       w/o George 
 
d/o John Landis & sister of Henry Landis

7-23-1797

 

 

2

STULL,  George

 

7-25-1848

Aged 56

3

STULL,  Henry B.

 

1-12-1882

Aged 19-1-20

4

STULL,  Hattie        d/o Henry

 

10-5-1885

Aged 20-1-17

9

STULL,  Eliza Gindlesperger

10-29-1833

4-21-1933

Mother of Frank Stull

7

STULL,  Frank

 

12-1925

 

8

STULL,  Lizzie    wife

 

3-11-1885

Aged 18-10-28

6

STULL,  Polly       w/o Wm.

 

9-22-1869

Aged 54-11-24

6a

STULL,  John         father of Frank

No dates

 

 

4b

STULL,  Susan

No dates

 

 

6b

YUTZY,  Peter

No dates

 

 

 

Total 39 graves - children omitted.

Back to Stonycreek pages

Back to Somerset County Pages

Updated on: 9/27/2003.