Kinloss Township was named after Lord Elgin, who was also Baron Bruce, of Kinloss.
Kinloss Township Places
- Grey Ox Corner – on the 4th concession.
- Holyrood – a hamlet on the 8th concession.
- Kinlough – on the 12th concession, it had a post office from 1863 until 1915. Simon Corrigan was the first postmaster.
- Kinloss – a hamlet and post office in the north end of the township. The first postmaster was Thomas Hodgins, appointed in 1854.
- Langside – an early post office and hamlet on the 4th concession. Thomas Ross was its first postmaster, from 1857 until his death in 1862.
- Lucknow – a village at the south end of the township and county, bordering Huron County.
Kinloss Township Notable People
James Somerville was a Lucknow businessman and Member of Parliament.
History of the County of Bruce by Norman Robertson, 1906.
Kith and Kin of Kinloss: a History of the Settlement of Kinloss Township by the Kinloss Township Historians, 2003.
Slippy roads & cattlebeasts: a boy grows up in Bruce County by Graham Macdonald, 2002.
Tales from the Grey Ox: folklore sections relating to the history of former school section S.S. no. 6, Kinloss or the Grey Ox School and the surrounding area by Grey Ox Memorial Plaque Committee, 1981.