n. pl. mau·so·le·ums or mau·so·le·a 1. A large stately tomb or a building housing such a tomb or several tombs.
There are three mausolea built in the favored classical Grecian style at Oak Grove and one in a distinctly Gothic Revival mode.
The Turner Mausoleum can be found near the main entry , slightly to the center behind the Civil War obelisk and cannon memorial.
Typical triangular pediment (south facade)
The Sears and Charlton Mausolea are quite close together in the south end.
Earle Perry Charlton became a Vice President of Woolworth’s dimestore chain, a position he held until his death in 1930. Charlton Hospital, just down the street from Oak Grove is named in his honor. Mr. Charlton was a great philanthropist and benefactor to the city.
The Gothic Revival Mausoleum