Cemeteries

The City of Monticello owns three cemeteries: 

Old City Cemetery - established in 1827

Roseland Cemetery - established in 1845

Oakfield Cemetery - established in 1986

While plots are no longer offered for sale in the Old City Cemetery and Roseland Cemetery by the City, Oakfield Cemetery has a large selection of plots available.  For information on availability and price of Oakfield Cemetery plots, contact City Hall at 850/342-0292.

Are you looking for someone buried in Monticello or Jefferson County? Our alphabetized databases for the three city cemeteries are below:

Old City Cemetery  Burial Roster - Coming soon

Roseland Cemetery Burial Roster

Oakfield Cemetery Burial Roster - Coming soon

Besides maintaining a burial registration, the City may also be able to provide information regarding cemetery lot ownership.  Please contact City Hall directly at 850/342-0292.

In addition to the City-owned cemeteries, there are numerous private cemeteries in Jefferson County.  Other sources of burial information may be found by researching:

*Local churches

*Jefferson County Clerk of Courts Public Records, 1 Courthouse Circle, Monticello, FL, or on-line at   My Florida County

*Local Funeral Homes -

Beggs Funeral Home, 485 E. Dogwood Street, Monticello, FL (850)997-5612

Tillman Funeral Home, 620 York Street, Monticello, FL (850)997-5553

Hagan & Bradwell Funeral Home, 175 N Railroad Street, Monticello, FL (850)997-1300

*Genealogy and Cemetery Research websites

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Locations

Old City Cemetery/Roseland Cemetery
450 E. Madison Street
Monticello, Florida 32344

Oakfield Cemetery
S. Waukeenah Highway
Monticello, Florida 32344