St. John's Cemetery on the humber



Your Family Cemetery


St. Johns on the Humber Cemetery


Located on Clouston Avenue in Weston, Ontario this five acre private cemetery is the final resting place of many descendants of Captain John Denison. The first burial is that of his daughter Elizabeth in 1801. There are approximately 350 burials, a war cenotaph and a chapel built in 1930.

The Cemetery, provincially licensed and registered under the Ontario Heritage Act is managed by the board of directors of the Corporation of St. John’s Cemetery on the Humber. The park-like setting is enjoyed by family members and close neighbours alike.

Your board also manages an informative web site, an extensive family tree, a mailing list and a Facebook Group - all with a view to maintain family connectivity and preservation of its rich history.

Denison Crest
As a direct descendant of Captain John or spouse of one, you are entitled to be buried for free and in return the board asks for a modest yearly membership fee to help offset maintenance and operating costs.

To access the web site:
To access the family tree:
To access the Facebook group: Denison family of Toronto
To become a member:
To make an update to the family tree:
To arrange a burial:
To pay yearly dues via interac:
To obtain more information: