There are 177 monuments in the cemetery recording the deaths of about 326 persons. The cemetery has some notable Campbelltown names that rest there. These include:
John Kidd- owner of Blair Athol. He was an MLA for Camden in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Thomas Swann- well known photographer from Wedderburn.
Percy Marlow- member of Campbelltown Council from 1926-56 including mayor for 3 separate terms.
Samuel Bursill- mayor of Campbelltown 1909-1914.
James W. Kershler- mayor of Campbelltown 1930-1937.
In 1987 that portion of the cemetery lying adjacent to Moore Street was resumed to allow for widening of the road to become the Moore-Oxley Bypass. The Department of Main Roads compiled a register of all persons buried in the affected area and contacted those descendants who were able to be located. In March 1987, graves and/or memorial stones were moved to other locations within the cemetery or other cemeteries.
A total of 17 remains were exhumed and reinterred into another section. All but one of the 55 headstones were relocated to another section and they now stand in 4 rows in the north-west corner. These remains were left in their original burial place under the new road.
The Presbyterian Cemetery Campbelltown