Huntley Cemetery

WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA
The Huntley Cemetery is honored to again participate in the Wreaths Across America Remembrance Day December 17, 2022.  Thank you to the Huntley American Legion Post 673, the Huntley Rotary Club, and the Village of Huntley for coordinating the event.

Sponsor a Wreath Today
For the National Wreaths Across America Remembrance Ceremony
 December 17, 2022 -  Huntley Cemetery – 12:00 Noon
Wreath Order Form
www.wreathsacrossamerica.org

 


HUNTLEY CEMETERY
The Huntley Cemetery was established in 1861 and is the resting place of the Village of Huntley's founding father, Thomas Stillwell Huntley (1807 - 1894) as well as many other early leaders of the Village of Huntley. Many service men and women who served our Country are also buried throughout the Cemetery.

Thomas Huntley Family Gravesite Information

Founding Father TS Huntley Family Burial Plot

A Columbarium  within the Cemetery provides a second option for a resting place in addition to the traditional interment burial. The Cemetery, owned and operated by the Village, is located at 11500 Dean Street (east side) and 11503 Dean Street (west side). It encompasses just over seven acres of property.

For information regarding the Huntley Cemetery please contact Rita McMahon, Village Clerk at 847-515-5261 or rmcmahon@huntley.il.us. For additional contact information please click on the links below for specific information regarding plot sales, cemetery rules and regulations and maintenance information.

Introductory Packet of Information

Additional Information:
                        Huntley Cemetery   Columbarium web 9.20


The St. Mary Catholic Cemetery is immediately south of the Huntley Cemetery on the east side of Dean Street. For information regarding the St. Mary Cemetery please call St. Mary Church at 847-669-3137.