Today I looked at the recording of the cemetery done by the Ontario Genealogical Society and here is what was recorded.
The stones were numbered at the time of transcription, so #65 - Hand pointing up
In memory of Peter son of John and Lydia Morrison died June 7, 1870 age 22 yr's 6 mo's.
I come I come at thy command
I give my spirit to thy hand
Stretch forth thine everlasting arms
And shield me in the last alarm.
(stone came from J. A. Campbell in Bothwell)
#60 Open book with words Holy Bible
In memory of Lydia wife of John Morrison died Feb 11, 1892 aged 77 yrs 9 mos 6 d's
The winter of trouble is past
The storms of affliction are o'er
Her struggles are ended at last
And sorrow and death are no more.
(Stone provided by A. F. Robertson, Blenheim)
#61 - J. M.
(This was probably either a foot stone or head stone and no other information appears on it)
Hope this helps you out, but is probably just causes you to ask more questions!!