Morn Hill Cemetery, South Australia South Australia

Morn Hill Cemetery

The name is probably taken from the Morn Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel of the 1860s A school was being conducted by Mr F.W. Holder in June 1867. The Primitive Methodists in this neighbourhood held a public meeting at the Mornhill Chapel on 22 June 1867 on behalf of the missionary cause. Very interesting and eloquent addresses were given by Rev. J.S. Wayland, minister of the circuit and the Rev. J. Standrin of Kapunda. The attendance was very good and the collection amounted to nearly 4. An Arbor Day was reported in October 1904. There are at least 9 burials, 1st in 1852. This cemetery is sometimes referred to as Greens Cemetery.

Below are all the headstones of the Morn Hill Cemetery. In an attempt to save as much space as possible and increase the speed of downloading, only part of the stone is displayed. Flinders Ranges Research has a full photograph of each of these, and many others as well.

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