To get to Bethel Cemetery, you need to start from the junction of Route 106 and Route 17. Heading route-north on Route 17, it is 1/10th of a mile from Route 106 to "Factory Road" on the left. Take the left onto Factory Road. Two and a half miles down Factory Road, you meet a crossroads for Bethel Road. Take a left on Bethel Road. A half mile down Bethel Road, you'll find Wurtley Road, and the Bethel Church. If you park in the church parking lot you will be near the top of the hill, and face a downward slope with the cemetery across the street. There are three gates into the cemetery. The first is a car gate, the second is a car gate, and the last is a small gate. If you enter at the middle gate, you will easily see the tall Street monument, which was in excellent shape during our visit.
I also found a grave in the same cemetery, "Elizabeth Street Lucas" born May 17, 1834, died March 5, 1896; I assume this is another daughter of Robert and Elizabeth's (I have notes that show a daughter "Sarena" Street who would have been born in 1834).
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