Wolvercote Cemetery is a cemetery close to the north Oxford suburb of Wolvercote, England, off the Banbury Road. Unusually, this single cemetery is divided into areas to accommodate graves of the Jewish and Muslim communities, as well as all categories of Christians. Many Russians, Poles and other East Europeans who did not belong to Oxford parishes are buried here. The cemetery is equipped with toilet facilities, car parking spaces and a chapel. Near the chapel is a large area set aside for the burial of cremated remains. There is also an area at the back of the cemetery set aside for green burials and an area set aside for the burial of stillborns and infants. It is a working cemetery and there are more than 15,000 people buried there.
It was opened in 1889.
The following people are buried at Wolvercote Cemetery, many of them academics at Oxford University:
- Sir Ernest Bennett (1865-1947), Oxford fellow, politician, explorer, writer
- Isaiah Berlin (1909–1997), philosopher
- E. J. Bowen (1898–1980), chemist
- Sir Thomas Chapman, 7th Baronet (1846–1919) of Westmeath in Ireland, and Sarah Junner, parents of T. E. Lawrence
- T. Lawrence Dale (1884–1959), architect and Oxford Diocesan Surveyor
- H.L.A. Hart (1907–1992), legal philosopher and professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford University
- Albert Hourani (1915–1993), scholar of Middle Eastern history
- Elizabeth Jennings (1926–2001), poet
- Adam Koc (1891–1969), Polish politician, soldier and journalist
- Peter Laslett (1915–2001), historian
- James Legge (1815–1897), Scottish sinologist and first Professor of Chinese at Oxford University
- Eleanor Constance Lodge (1869–1936), historian
- James Murray (1837–1915), lexicographer and philologist, primary editor of the Oxford English Dictionary
- Dimitri Obolensky (1918–2001), Russian prince and Oxford professor
- Professor David Patterson, CBE (1922–2005), Oxford fellow and Hebrew scholar
- John Stokes (1915–1990), Principal of Queen's College, Hong Kong
- John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892–1973), author and academic, together with his wife Edith and eldest son John Francis Reuel Tolkien (1917–2003)
- Dino Toso (1969–2008), engineer
- Helena Wolińska-Brus (1919-2008), military prosecutor in Poland (with rank of lieutenant-colonel), involved in Stalinist regime show trials of the 1950s
-  CWGC Cemetery Report. Breakdown of figures obtained from casualties record.