Patna is a relatively modern built around the mid 19th Century, but in one corner is a stone coffin surrounded by an iron fence to the memory of. Henry Montgomery Cunningham the 5th son of Sir James Montgomery Cunningham, Baronet, of Gorshill. There are also several graves of those associated with Dalmellington Iron Works, Nos 19, 23 & 28.
There is a War Memorial on the hill above the Cemeter
No. 33 - Blane “We leave this world with but a tear/save for the friends we held so dear/ to hear their sorrow Lord descend/ and to the friendless prove a friend.”
No. 66 - Hamilton “Dear is the spot where Christians sleep/ sweet is the strain which angels pour/ O why should we with anguish weep/ They are not lost but gone before.”
No. 139 - Anderson “Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade/ Death came with friendly care/ the opening buds to heaven conveyed/ and bade them blossom there.”
No. 155 - Paterson “Great God! afflict not in thy wrath the short allotted span/ that bound the few and weary days of pilgrimage to man.”