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St. John's Anglican Cemetery is a parish cemetery associated with the St. John's Anglican Church of South March. This was the second church of the area, with St. Mary's being the first. The cornerstone was laid July 22, 1839 for the church and the "Eisdale Rectory", which sits next door. The first service was held April 15, 1840, with the first marriage being that of William Hedley and Bridget Younghusband by the Rev. W. F. Stuart Harper. The title was secured in 1849. The church was consecrated July 3, 1896 by bishop, The Right Reverend Charles Hamilton.
The cemetery is adjacent to the church and rectory and is the final resting place of many builders of the secular and church communities since 1840. There is a quiet garden on the fringes with overarching trees framing the memorials.