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Oakwood Cemetery
Burial Records

Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama

GPS: 32.38257, -86.29705
T16N R18E Section 7

829 Columbus St.
Montgomery, AL 36104

Contributed by: "Lonewalker" [mail]
Published: June 20, 2023
Total records: 18,003

Surnames Z

Records linked below were researched and transcribed by a person with the nickname, "Lonewalker", who compiled information from a variety of sources including tombstone inscriptions and sexton records over a fifteen year period. Many of these records includes this person's notes, making references to sources and other observations.

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ZACKERY, Alberta, d. Sep 12 1880, Plot: Scott's Free Ground 7
ZADEK, Beulah, b. Nov 27 1886, d. Jun 04 1887, Plot: Land of Peace
ZADEK, Clara W, b. Feb 13 1889, d. Oct 03 1967
ZADEK, Joseph A, b. Oct 20 1885, d. Apr 10 1942
ZADEK, Katie Fraleigh (Abraham), b. 1849, d. 1907, Plot: Eternal Rest
ZADEK, Sigmund, b. Apr 24 1853, d. 1919, Plot: Eternal Rest
ZIMMERMAN, A. J. C., b. Nov 23 1868, d. Jun 26 1890
ZIMMERMAN, Cecelia, b. Dec 02 1914, d. May 15 1997
ZIMMERMAN, Charles T., b. Feb 22 1851, d. Jun 12 1852
ZIMMERMAN, Ed, d. Jan 02 1960
ZIMMERMAN, Emory, d. 1990
ZIMMERMAN, Eugene, b. Jul 18 1911, d. Jul 25 1942
ZIMMERMAN, Harold, b. Jun 25 1890, d. Jul 05 1981
ZIMMERMAN, Louvenia, d. Nov 12 1959
ZIMMERMAN, Mary, d. Dec 10 1948
ZIMMERMAN, Sallie S. (Pollard), b. Jul 17 1817, d. Mar 07 1853, Plot: Scott's Free Burial Ground 6
ZIMMERMAN, Susie, d. Aug 03 1972
ZIMMERMAN, Will, d. Sep 05 1958
ZIRKLE, Infant Son, d. Mar 1898

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