Calvary Cemetery is a 40-acre (16 ha) cemetery in Seattle, Washington, USA, located in the Ravenna/Bryant neighborhood. Dedicated on December 1, 1889, it is on the southwest slope of a hill overlooking University Village. The cemetery, which is square-shaped, is bounded on the north by N.E. 55th Street, on the east by 35th Avenue N.E., on the south by N.E. 50th Street, and on the west by 30th Avenue N.E.
Among the 40,000 buried there are William Piggott, founder of PACCAR; Hec Edmundson, basketball and track coach at the University of Washington; Dave Beck, former president of the Teamsters; Jacob Nist, founder of Queen City Manufacturing Company, now the Seattle-Tacoma Box Company; and Walter Galbraith, former president of Galbraith and Co. and director of Washington Mutual.