Old City Cemetery
160 West Salisbury Street
The old city cemetery, located on a 4.41 acre plot between W. Salisbury Street and W. Ward Street, is the oldest cemetery owned by the city. It was started by the Methodist Episcopal Church when Benjamin Elliott gave two acres for the members of the church to use. The City began selling plots behind the church cemetery in 1908. Many founding fathers of Asheboro and Civil War veterans are buried in this tranquil, picturesque little cemetery. All plots in this cemetery have been sold.
737 Albemarle Road
Map of Cemetery
This 13.65 acre plot is the largest of the city cemeteries and is made up of 10 sections. When built this cemetery sat alone at the edge of the city, but it is now is surrounded by city life. Oaklawn was expanded in 1996 by 670 graves. All plots in this cemetery have been sold.
Mt. Calvary Cemetery
1120 Old Ceder Falls Road
Map of Cemetery
This 2.563 acre plot is next to the Oddfellow/McAlister Cemetery. This small, tranquil cemetery is currently the only one with plots available. Contact the cemetery office for details. The prices are $200.00 for a resident of the city and $400.00 for non- resident
The cemetery office is located in the City of Asheboro’s Public Works building at 1312 North Fayetteville Street. For any questions concerning plot sales, permits, monuments, flowers or maintenance of cemeteries, contact Todd Barnes at 336-626-1234 ext. 2209 or e-mail email@example.com.
For information on City Cemeteries, contact Todd Barnes at 336-626-1234 x 2209 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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