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When was the entrance to Oakdale Cemetery moved to its present location?

Two gentlemen stand outside of the closed West gate to Oakdale Cemetery in 1900. A figure is seen on the path inside the cemetery. Photo courtesy of the New Hanover County Public Library.

According to the book “Wilmington, North Carolina” by Ann Hewlett Hutteman, the main entrance to Oakdale Cemetery was moved from Miller Street to the present location on North 15th Street in 1915

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