Hello Adine. I am Marge Israel and I live in Stockton. Here is what I got from the Internet today. You might get something by contacting Barbara Filbin, who posted it. I wish you good fortune in your search - Marge at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Live Oak Cemetery San Joaquin County, California 2281 E. Armstrong Rd Lodi CA
Lat: 38° 05' 14"N, Lon: 121° 17' 10"W
Contributed by Barbara Filbin, Jun 14, 2004 [email@example.com]. Total records = 63.
Located at the junction of Ham Lane and Armstrong Road, (between Lodi and Stockton in San Joaquin County, California.
Live Oak Cemetery started about 1860, under the jurisdiction of the Methodist Church, and at one time there was a nice little chapel there for services. It was used until around 1904-1905. Fires in the abandoned cemetery destroyed many of the wooden markers over the years. After many years some of the remains were removed to other cemeteries.
Some of the graves were removed in 1984, cremated and buried in the Lodi Memorial Cemetery, on Pine Street in Lodi, California, then buried in 1998, for what reason the burials were delayed, I have not determined. These listings have and asterisk * at the end of each entry. There is still lack of information about the demise of this cemetery and removal of the remains.
After the removal of the graves in 1984, a home was built at the location of the old cemetery.