The Bubbling Well Cemetery was actually located on the site of the current Jingan Park, right opposite the Jingan Temple on Nanjing West Road (formerly Bubbling Well Road). It is marked as such in a late 1940s map. Local people tell me that it was cleared in 1955 and the stones moved to somewhere in the suburbs. A chapel in the grounds, visible on old photos, was also demolished. The park which was created then was remodelled recently while the metro station below was being built, and is now a very popular location. Two features of the old cemetery still survive. The row of mature plane trees down the centre, and in the south-east corner a pavilion which once housed a substantial tomb -- said to be that of a "famous foreigner." A large marble slab beneath it (where people often play chess) seems to rest on some remains of the original structure. I live and work in Shanghai (within walking distance of the site) and would be interested in any further information on the cemetery or its former occupants.