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Rev. Robert McPheeters  LOGAN

Rev. Robert McPheeters LOGAN

Male 1812 - 1896  (83 years)Deceased



Rev. Robert Logan 1812-1896

Inscription: Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive me to glory. Psalms LXXIII:24

Presbyterian Preacher; father of William Lee Logan

Status: Located

Owner/SourcePaula Logan /
Linked toRev. Robert McPheeters LOGAN (Burial)

Oakwood Cemetery, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United States

Notes: 701 Grand Ave
Fort Worth, Texas 76106
Phone: 817-624-3531
Oakwood Cemetery

Founded 1879 by John Peter Smith, one of Fort Worth's first settlers, who became a civic leader, mayor, philanthropist. He gave 20 acres to city; cemetery since enlarged to 100 acres. The area contains three cemeteries: Oakwood, Calvary, Trinity. Many Fort Worth and Tarrant County men and women of destiny are buried here.

Plots are owned by lodges, unions, catholic, protestant, negro, and white. Tracts are dedicated to union and confederate soldiers.

The chapel was built in 19.. Oakwood, Calvary Association and city provide care.
(Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1986)

Photo pending permission, courtesy of Don Oftedahl,, requested 6/22/2009.

Oakwood Cemetery