Jacksonville Cemetery, Jacksonville, Oregon

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Oregon Cemeteries Project



This free space page for the Jacksonville Cemetery is part of WikiTree's Oregon Cemeteries Project, and was created to document the life and times of our ancestors that are interred there. The Oregon Cemeteries Project is part of the United States Cemeteries Team which is part of the North American Cemeteries Team and the Global Cemeteries Project.

Jacksonville Cemetery is located at the junction of North Oregon and E Streets in the City of Jacksonville (originally known as Table Rock City) [1], in Jackson County, Oregon. The Cemetery is divided into seven sections: Jewish (Hebrew), and Catholic sections, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, Independent and Improved Order of Red Men, and the City of Jacksonville's section, which is still in use. The cemetery is registered as a part of Jacksonville's National Landmark Status, as well as with the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries. [2] The cemetery is owned and maintained by the City of Jacksonville.


  1. Subject: Jacksonville Heritage
    Source Type: Chamber of Commerce website
    Website: Jacksonville Oregon Chamber of Commerce
    Access Date: September 22, 2017
  2. Subject: Jacksonville Cemetery
    Source Type: Historical Preservation non-profit organization
    Website: The Friends of Jacksonville's Historic Cemetery
    Access Date: September 22, 2017


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Links to Other Online Resources

Jacksonville Cemetery page
The Friends of Jacksonville's Historic Cemetery page
Find A Grave page
Billion Graves page

Tasks Completed

To Do

  • Fully survey all interments in the cemetery.
  • Verify and check all interments are included and correct.
  • Photograph all interments/tombstones.
  • Add profile pages for any persons buried here not already on wikitree and link in those who are by their profile page ID#. Check that each has the cemetery's category on their page.
  • Add tombstone photos to each person profile page.
  • Create an audio/video tour of the cemetery
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