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Arkansas, Oakland and Fraternal Historic Cemetery records, 1868-2013

Manuscript/Manuscript on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2013

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Images of cemetery records including burial and lot sales books and 3 x 5 index burial cards.

Digital capture of originals held at the Oakland & Fraternal Historic Cemetery Park, Little Rock.

Includes indexes. Some vols. are individually indexed.

"Oakland & Fraternal Historic Cemetery Park was established in 1862 when the City of Little Rock (Pulaski County) purchased a 160-acre estate in order to accommodate the Civil War dead. Through the years, this 160-acre estate has been carved into seven distinct cemeteries: Oakland, National, an eleven-acre Confederate, a one-acre Confederate, Fraternal, Jewish Oakland, and Agudath Achim." --Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture website

Includes burial (sexton's) records, lot index cards, burial registers and cemetery lot deeds.

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