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‘We can only guess …’: History, mysteries buried in Woodstock’s 164-year-old Oakland Cemetery

Woodstock’s 164-year-old Oakland Cemetery has buried a number of Civil War veterans. At the potter’s field in Oakland Cemetery (background), John D. Credlebaugh received an honorary tombstone because of his service during the Civil War. (Independent photo by Ken Farver)
By Morgen Neuhauser Frank E. Hanaford, a Civil War soldier buried in Woodstock’s Oakland Cemetery, escaped the infamous Confederate prisoner-of-war camp in Andersonville in 1864. Just a month after […]
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