Oakwood Cemetery

[Niagara Falls, New York] Oakwood Cemetery in Niagara Falls, New York was founded in 1852 after land was donated by Lavinia Porter. It covers over 18 acres (1 km²) and over 19,000 are buried there. Notable graves include first person to travel over Niagara Falls in a barrel Annie Edson Taylor, Judge Augustus Porter, and first person to swi...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Waco, Texas] Oakwood Cemetery is a {convert|157|acre|ha|sp=us|adj=on} cemetery in Waco, Texas, in which three governors of Texas are buried. ==History== Founded in 1878, to relieve crowded conditions at Waco`s main, First Street Cemetery, the cemetery was built on the site of an abandoned horse racing track. Many interred remains from othe...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Fremont, Ohio] Oakwood Cemetery is a cemetery located in Fremont, Ohio. United States President Rutherford B. Hayes was buried here in 1893, and his body was moved to his former home, Spiegel Grove, in 1915. ...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Troy, New York] NRHP Property: {convert|325|acre|ha} John Boetcher Oakwood Cemetery is a nonsectarian rural cemetery in northeastern Troy, New York, United States. It operates under the direction of the Troy Cemetery Association, a non-profit board of directors that deals strictly with the operation of the cemetery. It was established in 1...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Parsons, Kansas] Oakwood Cemetery, located at 200 South Leawood, opened on June 1, 1872 as the city cemetery of Parsons, Kansas, USA. The cemetery is notable for two special sections called Antietam Circles, where local veterans of the American Civil War are buried. These portions of the cemetery were purchased in 1886 and 1889, respective...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Richmond, Virginia] Oakwood Cemetery is a large, city-owned burial ground in the East End of Richmond, Virginia. Richmond established its first municipal cemetery at Shockoe Hill in 1820. The ground was very popular, and by the early 1850s, space was scarce for new burials. The city responded by buying two tracts in what was then Henrico C...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Syracuse, New York] The original {convert|92|acre|ha} included about {convert|60|acre|ha} of dense oak forest with pine, ash, hickory and maple. A crew of 60 laborers without large-scale earth moving equipment thinned and grouped the trees; today there are many 150-year old specimens. Students of SUNY-ESF, whose campus is adjacent to Oakwo...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Austin, Texas] Oakwood Cemetery, originally called City Cemetery, is the oldest city-owned cemetery in Austin, Texas. Situated on a hill just east of I-35 that overlooks downtown Austin, just north of the Swedish Hill Historic District and south of Disch-Falk Field, the once-isolated site is now in the center of the city. ==History== The c...
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Oakwood Cemetery

[Jefferson, Texas] The earliest documentation of Jefferson, Texas indicates that burials were made in a public graveyard between Camp, Houston and Cypress streets along the Big Cypress Bayou (Wetland). The Cemetery Records of Marion County, Texas, by DeWare and Payne, states, “In 1846, Allen Urquhart, the donor of a public burial tract fo...
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