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  2. Oakwood was established in 1839. It has two Jewish burial sections, Beth Israel #1 and Beth Israel #2. The neighboring Annex is located at 1601 Comal Street and was established in 1914. National Register Property and City of Austin Historic Landmark 40 acres ~23,000 burials 2 Jewish sections Lots sold by early 20th century.

  3. Oakwood Cemetery & Oakwood Cemetery Chapel | Austin, TX

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    Oakwood Cemetery & Oakwood Cemetery Chapel Address: 1601 Navasota St., Austin, TX 78702 Telephone: (512) 978-2320 Visit Website Share Details About Oakwood Cemetery was originally established on 10 acres as the City Cemetery in 1839, the same year the City of Austin was established within the Republic of Texas.

  4. Oakwood Cemetery Chapel | AustinTexas.gov

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    Oakwood Cemetery holds approximately 23,000 burials within the 40 acres. Approximately 15,000 burials have monuments to mark the location of the burial. All lots were sold to families long ago, but families still bury people in their lots. In 1914, the City of Austin expanded another 18 acres east of Comal Street for the Oakwood Cemetery Annex.

  5. Oakwood Cemetery (Austin, Texas) - Wikipedia

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    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.

  6. Oakwood CemeteryAustin Genealogical Society

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    Oakwood Maintenance and burial services are provided by the City of Austin at (512) 978-2320 and cemeteries@austintexas.gov. The first burial was said to be made in 1839, but the oldest and first-known gravestone dates back to 1842. The cemetery is mostly full; new burials are infrequent.

  7. Cemeteries | AustinTexas.gov

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    Contact Cemetery Operations at 512-978-2320 or cemeteries@austintexas.gov with any questions or concerns. Fees, Services and Rules Burial Services. Burials (or interments) take place at all cemeteries. At-need and pre-need spaces are available for purchase through Cemetery Operations at both Austin Memorial Park and Evergreen Cemetery.

  8. Oakwood Cemetery Annex is located in Austin, Travis County, Texas at 1601 Comal Street, between E. Martin Luther King Blvd and E14th St, east of Oakwood Cemetery. It is owned and maintained by the City of Austin, governing body Austin Parks and Recreation.

  9. Oakwood Cemetery Database | Austin Public Library

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    The Oakwood Cemetery Database is a listing of burials in Austin's oldest cemetery, Oakwood, located at 1601 Navasota St. The names included in this database were extracted from centuries old ledgers preserved in the archives at the Austin History Center .

  10. City of Austin - Oakwood Cemetery Database

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    elcome to the Austin (Texas) History Center's Oakwood Cemetery Database web page, a listing of burials in Austin's oldest cemetery, Oakwood, located at 1601 Navasota St. The names included in this database were extracted from centuries old ledgers preserved in the archives at the Austin History Center, Austin Public Library.

  11. Oakwood Cemetery - Austin Parks Foundation

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    Austin Parks Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to partnering with the Austin community to enhance people’s lives by making Austin’s parks better through volunteerism, innovative programming, advocacy, and financial support.