Oystermouth Cemetery (Welsh: Mynwentydd Ystumllwynarth) is a municipal cemetery in the village of Oystermouth, Swansea, South Wales. It was opened in 1883  and remains in use today, run by the Cemeteries and Crematorium Division of the City and County of Swansea. It has 14,162 grave spaces.
The cemetery offers "woodland burial ground" as an alternative to traditional burial or cremation, the first of its kind in south-west Wales.
- Trevor Ford, Welsh international footballer
- William Charles Fuller, World War I Victoria Cross recipient
- Charles Michael "Micky" Jones, guitarist, vocalist and founding member of the Welsh band Man
- Morfydd Llwyn Owen, musician, composer.
- Harry Parr-Davies, composer
- Rush Rhees, philosopher and lecturer at Swansea University
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- Dr Rhidian Griffiths, Aberystwyth (2001). "Parr-Davies, Harry (formerly Davies, Harry Parr; 1914 - 1955), pianist and composer". National Library of Wales biography. The National Library of Wales (Dictionary of Welsh Biography). Retrieved 1 December 2017.
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