The Bell Cemetery is located off Besser Bay Road. To find it, go about half way down Besser Bay Road and find the first 2 track to the right. Follow the track and it will
take you directly to it. It is located near the power lines. The path goes
between the two parts of the cemetery. It has a wooden fence around both
sections and is very peaceful as it lies in the forest.
Although this cemetery hasn't been used in well over 100 years and most grave sites can no longer been seen, there are wooden crosses to mark some of the gravesides. Over the entrance to the cemetery is the sign "Bell Cemetery 1870- 1989 Restoration by Presque Isle Lions Pres. D. Johnson Baugh Besser Manufacturing George Stevens Coordinator Judy Kimball.
(Click on the underlined links to view the tombstone photograph)
|Text & Description (Click this Link for Description, Photo Link for Image)||Photo Link||Date||Submitter|
|Bell Cemetery July 18, 2014||Image 105K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Bell Cemetery Backside July 18, 14||Image 85K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Memorial Plaque Front July 18, 14||Image 85K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Memorial Plaque Backside July 18, 14||Image 70K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Charbonneau, Henry July 18, 14||Image 78K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Charbonneau, John & Maria||Image 50K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Clark, Mary||Image 61K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Laroque, Antoine & Susan||Image 51K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Maskell, Eileen||Image 100K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Unmarked Grave July 18, 14||Image 97K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
|Unmarked Graves July 18, 14||Image 103K||Jul 2014||B J Kemme|
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