Church / Denomination: Masinasin United Church, built 1918 on land donated by Fred Eigard. Originally Presbyterian, became United in 1925. Closed to church services in 1931 but continued to be used as a gymnasium and community hall until 1950. It was later sold and dismantled by Elmer Miller who used the lumber for buildings on his farm.
11 burials, only 5 known headstones. From Sandstone to Settlers, Pages 75-76: Masinasin Cemetery was established with it's first burial, Amanda Bell (1845-1909). Land for the cemetery was donated by Isac Mills.
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|BELL, Amanda 1845 - 1909|
|ENNIS, Drusilla 1832 - 1921|
|FOSS, Phoenix Earl 1915 - 1915 (age: 1d)|
|O'HARA, Charlotte ? ?|
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