The church cemetery contains a history of early Scarborough. The Thomson family were the first settlers of Scarborough and the church and cemetery sit on land that was once part of the Thomson farm. The cemetery was opened in 1802, and sits between the church and Andrew Thomson's farm. The majority of the burials here are descendants of the Thomson family. The cemetery is still open to burials.
The small white building standing in the north-west corner of the cemetery is the sexton's house built in 1883. It is now designated as an historic site. People still live in the house so please respect their privacy. The church allows people to tour the cemetery grounds. They only ask that you do so with care and respect the heritage.
GPS Coordinates: 43.76043, -79.25304
- Added: 8 Apr 2006
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2172476
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