Located on the north west corner of Old Barrie Road and the 9th Line is Knox Presbyterian Church Cemetery. In 1842 a log school house was built on the south east corner of lot 12 conc 9 on the farm of Samuel Jermey. The Presbyterians held services there until they had built their own place of worship.
A church was eventually built by volunteer labour on lot 11 conc. 9 in 1844 with the assistance of a grant from the Hon.Isaac Buchanan of Hamilton Ontario. The church was open for service in 1845 and held its last service in 1900. Over the years the wooden church fell into disrepair, but was restored and is now used only for an annual memorial service held on the last weekend of June.
If you look inside of this small white washed building you will still see the wooden pews and pulpit. As well as the wood burning stove with the long pipe that runs the length the building to provide heat during the cold Canadian winters.
The cemetery is large and well maintained and is still in use to this day.