Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City
|Year established||1866 |
|Location||Jersey City, New Jersey|
|Owned by||Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark|
|Size||63 acres (250,000 m2) |
|Number of graves||264,984 burials |
Holy Name Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery in Jersey City, New Jersey administered by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark.  It was established in 1866 and at the end of calendar year 2002 has accepted 264,984 burials. The cemetery parcel is 63 acres (250,000 m2) and all but 0.3 acres (1,200 m2) has been developed and sold for burials. It is no longer selling new plots, but accepts burials in existing plots. 
- Mark M. Fagan (1869–1955), Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey 
- Frank Hague (1876–1956), Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey 
- James Alphonsus Hamill (1877–1941), US Congressman 
- Mickey Hughes (1866–1931), 19th-century Major League Baseball pitcher for the Brooklyn Bridegrooms.
- John Vincent Kenny (1894–1975), Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey 
- Mary Teresa Norton (1875–1959), served 13 consecutive terms in the United States House of Representatives, from 1925 to 1951 
- Charles Francis Xavier O'Brien (1879–1940), US Congressman
- Thomas Francis Xavier Smith (1928–1996), Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey
- Thomas James Tumulty (1913–1981), US Congressman
- Titanic survivors Margaret Devaney, Elizabeth Dowdell, Robert Hopkins, Thomas McCormack and Bridget McDermott 
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