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Oakland Cemetery History

The final expansion of Oakland was the addition of the German Lutheran Zion Cemetery in 1905. With a few other acres on the North side, this made up the cemetery's present 100 acre size. There have been a number of buildings at Oakland, The first chapel, replaced in 1924, was built at the present site in 1882 and a caretakers residence was ... More

History – Oakland Cemetery

Originally called Atlanta Graveyard or City Burial Place, this was the beginning of Oakland Cemetery. It was officially renamed in 1872. By then it had expanded to 48 acres, mainly due to pressures of the Civil War. In the late 19th century, families tended the plots of loved ones, creating an assortment of lovely gardens. More