Holy Sepulchre Cemetery is a cemetery in Hayward, California. It is a Catholic cemetery run by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland, which also operates the Holy Angels Funeral and Cremation Center at the same location.. It was the first Catholic Church-owned cemetery in the U.S. Vineyards planted in 2006 provide grapes for sacramental wine used by the Oakland Diocese. The wine is bottled at Rockwall Winery in Alameda, which also sources grapes from Holy Cross Cemetery in Antioch, and St. Joseph's Cemetery in San Pablo. The cemetery vineyards are believed to be the only such vineyards in the United States.
- Chauncey Bailey, murdered Oakland based journalist
- Del Courtney, big band leader and local TV personality
- Eddie Lake, Major League Baseball shortstop
- Tony Lema, golfer, winner of the 1964 British Open
- Fran Ryan, character actress
- Jackie Tobin (1921–1982), Major League Baseball infielder
- John H. Tolan, U.S. Representative from California
- There is one British Commonwealth war grave in this cemetery, of Captain John Joseph Kerwin, Royal Air Force Ferry Command (died 1941).
main mausoleum at cemetery
Coordinates: 37°38′56″N 122°3′50″W / 37.64889°N 122.06389°W