- "[Kingsport] has other historic spots also, which may be hunted out by the curious, and none is more quaint and delightful than Old St. John's Cemetery at the very core of the town, with streets of quiet, old-time houses on two sides, and busy, bustling, modern thoroughfares on the others. Every citizen of Kingsport feels a thrill of possessive pride in Old St. John's, for, if he be of any pretensions at all, he has an ancestor buried there, with a queer, crooked slab at his head, or else sprawling protectively over the grave, on which all the main facts of his history are recorded."
- —Anne of the Island, Chapter 4[src]
The cemetery holds many graves, including those of:
- Albert Crawford
- Alexander Ross
- "a favorite child"
- An unnamed midshipsman
It also holds a monument to the memory of Nova Scotian soldiers who fell in the Crimean War.
TV series appearances
|Boston · Charlottetown|
| Bonnyview · Echo Lodge · The Evergreens · Glen St. Mary manse · Green Gables|
House of Dreams · Ingleside · Lone Willow Farm · Lynde's Hollow · Maplehurst · Mount Holly
Orchard Slope · Patty's Place · Tomgallon House · Windy Poplars · The Yellow House
|Haunted Wood · Hester Gray's garden · Lake of Shining Waters · Lover's Lane · Rainbow Valley|
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|Avonlea school · Glen St. Mary school · Queen's Academy · Redmond College · Summerside High School|
|Bolingbroke · Grafton · Hopetown · Kingsport · Summerside|
| Avonlea · Carmody · Glen St. Mary · Harbour Head · Lowbridge · Millward|
Newbridge · Scottsford · Spencervale · Upper Glen · White Sands
| Avonlea Hall · Canada · Four Winds · Hammond Sawmill|
Old St. John's Cemetery · Over-Harbour · Spook's Lane · Tomorrow