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Wilton Cemeteryin-person Doors Open Loyalist Township


  • In-person
  • Parking
  • Self-guided tours available
  • Photography allowed
Wilton Cemetery

The first grave in this cemetery was dug in 1813 for David Henry Pultz, who lived in the area from 1775-1813. Wilton's original founders and descendants of United Empire Loyalists are buried here. The cemetery features several monuments with unique symbols that indicate connections to God. There is still much left unknown about who exactly is buried here.

Contact info

251 Simmons Road (southeast corner of Fisk and Simmons roads)
Wilton, Ontario



Year built: Established in 1813
Building type:Cemetery

Dates/hours open

Jun 17, 10:00am - Jun 17, 04:00pm

Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.