Hours: 8 am to one half hour after dusk
7 Days a week
Gates will be locked one half hour after dusk
Sexton – Rick Shields
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Click here to view the Friends of Jacksonville’s Historic Cemetery website.
Click here to view a Cemetery Grave Brochure.
Click here to view the Cemetery Rules and Regulations
Jacksonville Cemetery Records
Ora Strom, compiled the records through 1979 from stones in the Jacksonville Cemetery (many broken or damaged), sexton, church, lodge records, information from funeral homes, and newspaper obituaries. Those who have followed in this endeavor are grateful to Ora for her dedicated efforts to save a very important part of our history. As these records were original handwritten, typed, photocopied again and again, corrected again and again, by humans, there will undoubtedly be human errors. We apologize. Please contact the City of Jacksonville, Cemetery Sexton, with any corrections.
As with all historic cemeteries burials were dug by hand and bodies were transported in a wagon drawn by horses or oxen. The burial of the dead was a arduous task both because of the grief, but because of the physical labor required.The location of plots and the documentation for them is as accurate as history and our good intentions.
State Abbreviations used are those of the U.S. Postal Service.
Other abbreviations include, (but are not limited to):
M, Md =Married
BP =Place of Birth
DP =Place of Death
AE =Age at Death-
Sur =Survived by
SS =Side by Side
City – Dan Winterburn 541-899-9110
City – Dirk Siedlecki 541-826-9939
Masonic – Lee Neidermeyer 541-773-1360
IOOF – Kindred Thomas 541-772-8896
Catholic – Ken Carter (Alternate – Marie Chandler) 541-899-8851
Jewish – Johan Visser 541-535-2864