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 Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, USA


Latitude: 32.76228, Longitude: -97.36623

Notes:
Greenwood Memorial Park at 3100 White Settlement Road in Fort Worth, Texas, has been a perpetual care commercial cemetery since its dedication in 1909. The Mount Olivet Corporation, a non-profit organization headed by the Bailey family of Fort Worth, administers the cemetery. The entrance has replicas of statues of the Four Horses from St. Mark's Basilica in Venice, and the grounds over 196 acres of rolling lawns with stately native trees. The cathedral made new bronze copies for its balcony after the originals were moved to its museum, and the Greenwood acquired similar copies to guard its entrance.


Cemetery Photos

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Greenwood Quadriga at the gate of the Greenwood Cemetery
Greenwood Quadriga at the gate of the Greenwood Cemetery
As you enter the gate of Greenwood Cemetery in Fort Worth, you are greeted by the Greenwood Quadriga. These magnificent bronze statues are identical reproductions of the four horses at the Cathedral of St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy. 

Headstones

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Tarride, Lenore Curl
b. 1926 Sabine County, Texas D. 1990 Tarrant County, Texas
Tarride, Lenore Curl b. 1926 Sabine County, Texas D. 1990 Tarrant County, Texas
Lenore was the youngest daughter of William Alfred Curl and Lula Ina Boyett  
Located    Anna Lenore Curl (d. 13 Aug 1990)
 
White, Anne Boyett
White, Anne Boyett
Beloved mother of Martha Ann White

Anne was also a first cousin, once removed, of Anna Lenore Curl Tarride, whose gravesite is just behind and to the left of Lenore's.  
Located    Annie Lora "Anne" Boyett (d. 10 Dec 1995)