* Old Wesleyan Methodist Cemetery (c1830-1873) records contain little more than the name of the lot owner, range and number of graves. There appear to be no existing records to indicate who was actually buried there.
* Pioneer Presbyterian Cemetery (1827-1873), on a sandy hillside in a quiet residential area, has approximately 65 known or alleged burials of early area pioneers.
* St. John's Anglican Cemetery (1862-present), originally purchased by the Diocese of Toronto in 1853, has approximately 4,700 recorded burials, the earliest in 1863.
* St. Mark's Anglican Cemetery (1819-1873) has some 140 burials in its churchyard. There have also been recent cremations.
* St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, originally situated behind the Church, and presently located just north of Union, records its earliest burial as 1849. There are 1,200 interred here.
* Union Cemetery (1873-present), adjoining St. John's, has approximately 7,700 recorded burials.
* Welcome United Church Cemetery (1855-present), with 3,200 recorded burials, is located at the northwestern corner of town.
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