At a crossroads called Nutting's Corner, Lodi Cemetery is the final resting place of Captain John Lowry and his wife, Sylvia. Captain John Lowry's famous safe house, a quater-mile northwest of Lodi Cemetery, burned down in the 1900s and a subdivision masks the significance of the historic site. Captain Lowry publicly declared his hatred of slavery and promoted his farm as a place of safety. Lowry participated in a network helping people escape to Canada.
Visitor Information: Currently not open to public.
Location: 2700-3498 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Saline, Washtenaw, 48176
National Park Unit: No
Ownership: Lodi Township, Elaine Masters
Location Type: Site
UGRR Operatives: John Lowry,Sellick Wood,Sylvia Lowry