Located at Oaklawn Cemetery in Tulsa, OK.
I like this picture because you can see the tall buildings in the back ground showing how much Tulsa has grown since A.D. Orcutt settled this area.
Col. A. D. Orcutt
Aug 17, 1846
June 14, 1913
Instead of me telling all about this gentleman I will refer you to a blog where his information has been very nicely written up. Click this link http://www.tulsagal.net/2009/07/orcutt-family.html and it will take you staright to it.
Here is some additional information I was able to find. The following is from A history of the state of Oklahoma By Luther B. Hill.
I also found some information at The Naming Of Oakland, AR that mentions him and his family.
The following info is from Ancestry.com.
U.S., Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865 about Adolphus D Orcutt
Name: Adolphus D Orcutt
Birth Date: abt 1846
Enlistment Date: 1864
Military unit: First Battalion Nebraska Cavalry, Moo-St
U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles about Adolphus D. L. Orcutt
Name: Adolphus D. L. Orcutt
Residence: Nemaha City, Nebraska
Age at enlistment: 18
Enlistment Date: 3 Nov 1863
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Nebraska
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company M, Nebraska 2nd Cavalry Regiment on 24 Mar 1863.
Mustered out on 23 Dec 1863.
Enlisted in Company A, Nebraska 1st Cavalry Battalion on 04 Jan 1864.
Mustered out on 10 Jul 1865.
Birth Date: abt 1845
Sources: Report of Adjutant-General Report of the State of Nebraska
Next to A.D. Orcutt's grave marker rest 3 of his children.
The stone on the right reads:
Apr 6, 1899
Nov 20, 1902
The stone on the left reads:
Mar 26, 1897
Nov 30, 1902
Nov 25, 1895
Dec 4, 1895