Enon Cemetery was founded in 1837 as part of Enon Church, which would later become Woodstock First Baptist. The church was moved and the cemetery enlarged. In 2008, a committee was formed to make improvements to the cemetery. Through various partnerships with Preservation Woodstock, church groups and Surgance, the volunteers raised $5,000. They also made a census, established a grid with signage, removed trees and hauled away excess dirt. Plans are underway for driveway improvements, trash receptacles and construction of a pavilion or arbor.