This index was compiled from various sources and includes information from obituaries.
Photos submitted by Doris Counts, 2010
North of Pump and Pantry in O’Neill on Highway 281, about .5 miles. On the west side of the highway.
West edge of cemetery is bordered by Highway 281.
North edge of cemetery is bordered by W Hynes Street
East edge of Cemetery is bordered by N Madison Street
South edge of cemetery is bordered by W Adams Street.
N Jefferson Street runs north and south right through the middle of the cemetery.
Catholics are usually buried between N Jefferson and Highway 281
Protestants are usually buried between N Jefferson and N Madison.
There is a sign facing the highway in the southern half of this cemetery that says O’Neill Cemetery
The older graves are in the northern half.
The graves were first marked with wooden crosses, but they all burned in a prairie fire. So only iron and cement markers survived. That leaves areas between stones that look empty.