The Dallas Journal, Volume 42, 1996 Page: 52
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to the public. Many of the large commercial cemeteries started from small private
cemeteries and these stones are inventoried in this series.
Dallas County, Texas: Genealogical Data From Early Cemeteries
Covers 50 cemeteries in northern Dallas County. Surname index.
Volume II Covers Lancaster area in southern Dallas County. Surname index.
Volume III Covers 29 cemeteries in Dallas, Irving, and Grand Prairie. Full
name index. 1992
Volume IV To be published soon. Forthcoming Volume IV will cover the
approximately 6000 burials in Oak Cliff Cemetery. Full name index.
Volume V Covers cemeteries in Oak Cliff, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, DeSoto,
and Lisbon; southwest area of county. Full name index. 1994.
The next pages are abstracts from the 1911 Register of the Ed C. Smith Funeral
Home. Greenwood, Oakland, and Oak Cliff were the most frequently named
Some of the cemetery locations noted in the 1911 register are:
1. Greenwood Cemetery, 3020 Oak Grove
2. Grove Hill Memorial Park Cemetery - 4118 Samuell Blvd.
3. Oakland Cemetery - 3900 S. Oakland Ave.
4. Oak Cliff Cemetery - north & south between 8th & 10th; east & west between
Corinth St. and RL Thornton Frwy.
5. Fivemile Cemetery - On Kiest Blvd, between Westmoreland Rd. and Cockrell Hill
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