Greenwood Memorial Park (Fort Worth)
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. 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.
The Greenwood Mausoleum by Harwell Hamilton Harris opened in 1961, occasioning an award of honor from the Texas Society of Architects. Artist Wilbert Verhelst created the artwork and fountains for its peaceful interior. The Mausoleum's Independence Chapel holds life-size statues of the United States' founding patriots and a 12-foot mosaic of the Great Seal of the United States. The Mausoleum will eventually provide space for 70,000 persons; it is designed to be built incrementally over years.
- Commonwealth War Graves Commission memorial to British Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force members, stationed at nearby Camp Taliaferro during World War I, eleven of whom are buried in this cemetery.
- Bobby Bragan, former player for the Brooklyn Dodgers and the first manager of the Atlanta Braves
- Rildia Bee O'Bryan Cliburn, mother of concert pianist Van Cliburn.
- Eddie Chiles, founder of the Western Company and one-time owner of the Texas Rangers.
- Van Cliburn, classical pianist, is entombed at Greenwood Park.
- Pete Donohue, former pitcher best known for being a member of the Cincinnati Reds
- Lawrence Clifton Elliot, an aviation pioneer who developed domestic flight routes.
- Ormer Locklear, barnstormer and stunt pilot for Universal Studios.
- William John Marsh, composer of "Texas, Our Texas."
- Bill McCahan, former Athletics pitcher who threw a no-hitter in 1947
- Roy Roberts, actor (The Gale Storm Show and The Beverly Hillbillies)
- Rod Roddy, famous announcer for The Price Is Right
- Ben Hogan, golf legend.
- Tex Beneke, Big Band Singer, Musician, Actor
-  CWGC Cemetery Report.
- CarolAnn Jarnagin TXGenWeb Guide to Tarrant County Cemeteries Fort Worth, Texas November 28, 1994 retrieved 4 July 2009