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In 1923 Lone Oak became a Memorial Park and chartered corporation, under the laws of the state of Florida. Any one person does not own lone Oak. It truly belongs to the people of Leesburg and the surrounding area. Today our executive director, Tracy M, and a board of Trustees run the cemetery. Lone Oak Cemetery is the oldest Cemetery in Lake County.

We all have an innate desire to be remembered. Lone Oak Cemetery is dedicated to preserving the memories of our community and honoring the lives of those whose worth should not be forgotten. Read about the historical significance at Lone Oak.

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306 Thomas Ave

Leesburg, FL 34748


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A Legacy of Remembrance:

The origins of Lone Oak Cemetery trace back to November 1867, with its humble beginnings marked by a single oak tree near a rustic cabin and a small graveyard beside it. Over the years, it has evolved into a cherished landmark, preserving the stories and memories of generations past. The cemetery's rich history is intricately woven into the fabric of Leesburg, offering a compelling glimpse into the community's enduring legacy

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New Gravesites and Columbarium Space:

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As a living tribute to the past and a place of solace for the present, Lone Oak Cemetery continues to honor its heritage while also providing for the future. The cemetery offers a limited number of new gravesites, providing families with the opportunity to secure a peaceful and dignified resting place for their loved ones. In addition, Lone Oak features a beautifully crafted columbarium, offering a serene setting for the interment of cremated remains. This thoughtful space provides a timeless sanctuary for those seeking a place of perpetual remembrance and reflection.

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