Osney Cemetery is a disused Church of England cemetery in Osney, west Oxford, England. It is in Mill Street south of Botley Road and near the site of Osney Abbey. It borders the Cherwell Valley Line railway a short distance south of Oxford railway station.
It also contains the overflow from other church cemeteries within the Oxford area already filled to capacity. One ‘Edward Alfred Wooding’ who died in the John Radcliffe Infirmary on 3 March 1945, is buried there. As the burial was never officially marked or recorded and no headstone was allowed, evidence comes from an entry in the JR Infirmary’s record of death and those who attended, his wife, Mother and oldest daughter.