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Oakwood Cemetery, Fort Worth's second oldest community cemetery, was also known as City Cemetery or New City Cemetery in its early days. It is sometimes confused with Pioneers Rest which was the first to be known as City Cemetery and later as Old City Cemetery. Old Trinity and Calvary Cemeteries were added to the Oakwood complex later to serve the African American and Catholic communities.
Although Oakwood wasn't established until 1879, there are death dates in the book ranging from 1818 through 1992. For burials later than this, you must contact the office at Oakwood Cemetery, who oversees all three cemeteries in this complex.
Historic Oakwood Cemetery with Calvary Cemetery & Old Trinity Cemetery of Fort Worth, Texas was compiled by Helen McKelvy Markgraf and Rob G. Yoder and published in 1994 by the Fort Worth Genealogical Society. The book contains a compiled listing of burials, select obituaries, biographies and photographs. (688 pages, hardback cover) Copies may be ordered from the society or purchased on-site at Oakwood's office. For the price and ordering information, visit the Book Store on the Fort Worth Genealogical Society website.
The following pages contain a composite list of the names from all three cemeteries found in the Oakwood Cemetery book.
Name list courtesy of the Fort Worth Genealogical Society.
Rob Yoder will perform Look-Ups from this book, but you must limit your request to one person or perhaps two if it is a married couple. Requests for everyone with X surname will not be honored. Information returned will be limited.
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