Black's CemeteryDigital Doors Open Dutton Dunwich

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Black's Cemetery

Black’s Cemetery began on the original farm of James Black, an 1819 settler from North Knapdale, Argyllshire, Scotland. The earliest grave is that of John Blue, from 1844. The location is near the site of the original Baptist church. Heritage trees in the southwest corner are marked Austrian pine. In 2004, the cemetery became the responsibility of the Municipality of Dutton Dunwich. For your tour, you can find a map and cemetery brochure here.

Black’s Cemetery began on the original farm of James Black, an 1819 settler from North Knapdale, Argyllshire, Scotland. The earliest grave is that of John Blue, from 1844. The location is near the site of the original Baptist church. Heritage trees in the southwest corner are marked Austrian pine. In 2004, the cemetery became the responsibility of the Municipality of Dutton Dunwich. For your tour, you can find a map and cemetery brochure here.

Contact info

28788 Talbot Line
Wallacetown, Ontario

Architecture

Year built: 1844
Building type:Cemetery

Dates/hours open

Oct 24, 11:00am - Oct 24, 04:00pm

Sunday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (when a volunteer will be available; visits any other day or time will be self-guided)