- Transcription of Burials in Oakwood and Other City Cemeteries from the Period 1866-1918 taken from the Sexton's Records
- Texas Historical Commission: Cemeteries
- Laws, Regulations, Ordinances
- Articles & Videos
- Downtown Austin Video - Remember the Dead featuring Day of the Dead celebration in Austin and Oakwood Cemetery
- Saving Oakwood Chapel - Round Rock Films worked with SAC to create a film that will give viewers a sense of Oakwood and why it is so special.
- Mailing Lists
- Texas Centennial Mailing List - Send an e-mail with "Subscribe" in the subject line
- Cemeteries Across the State Mailing List - Send an e-mail with "Subscribe" in the subject line
- Find a Grave Website: Find a Grave is a resource for finding the final resting places of family, friends, and "famous" individuals. Find a Grave's primary purpose is a graves registration website.
- Dead or Alive Website: This site tracks whether famous people are dead or alive.
- National Preservation Institute: Alexandria, VA
Professional training for the management, development, and preservation of historic, cultural, and environmental resources
- The Association for Gravestone Studies: Greenfield, MA Promotes the study of gravestones from historical and artistic perspectives, expands public awareness of the significance of historic gravemarkers, and encourages individuals and groups to record and preserve gravestones.
- Articles & Videos
- Gravely Endangered Cemeteries: Educating the Living to Care for the Dead by Jennifer Farwell on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Preservation Online on October 26, 2007
- Grave Dowsing Reconsidered by Dr. William E Whittaker, RPA, University of Iowa
- Locating Unmarked Cemetery Burials by Dr. William E Whittaker, RPA, University of Iowa
- What to Do When Disaster Strikes Historic Cemeteries by Mary Striegel for the National Center for Preservation Techonology & Training, April 28, 2011