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Church: 7 Burlington Avenue (Route 179), Collinsville, CT. The church was dedicated on 22 November 1936. The original church was built in 1852 but destroyed by fire. Cemeteries are located with Village Cemetery (southern part) and Calvary Cemetery.
Located on Simonds Avenue, Collinsville CT. Ann Douglas was the first burial on 3 February 1818.
Church: The First Congregational Church of Canton Center. The church was built in 1814. Cemetery is located at 189 Cherry Brook (Route 179), Canton, CT; 'History of Simsbury, Granby and Canton, From 1642 to 1845", by Noah A. Phelps, listed Reuben Barber (son of John Barber, early settler) as the first buried here in 1825. In a survey done by Byron & Gordon Case in 1950 found 554 families names. Some of the names included: Case, Barber, Brown, Humphrey, Mills, Hamlin, Foot, Bristol and Bidwell. (Information found in "The Canton Center Historic District" 1985, page 23.)
Cemetery is located on Cherry Brook Road, North Canton, CT. This cemetery was established around 1750 on land of John Moses. Eunice Moses (age 2) was the first buried in 1754.
Located on the site of The Sam Collin Mansion that burned down in 30 January 1912. Collins Road, Collinsville CT.
Located at 15 Dyer Cemetery Road, Collinsville, CT. This cemetery was established around 1750. It was originally called the South burying grounds. Triphene Barber (wife of Samuel) was the first burial in 1752. This is the oldest cemetery in Canton.
Located at 6 Canton Springs Road, Collinsville, CT. Sarah Noble Case (wife of Uriah) was the first buried here in 1807.