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Well kept, orderly and a good place to visit and reminisce about life that is finalized in this place.
Buried the former husband of a friend. Staff was very helpful. Traffic is well ordered and access is convenient.
I officiated at the funeral and placement of cremains of the father of a friend, complete with full military honors. The staff of the cemetery was in attendance and they were exceptionally nice.
Well kept and manicured, the entire area is saturated with respect and...More
We went there to find one of my wife's grandfathers, a Civil War veteran. There are so many graves here. Must be 10 or 20 thousand. So many of them are "Unknown Soldier" and it makes you stop, pause, and think about what they went...More
I'd never been to a national cemetery before so I decided to stop by. As I drove in, I was immediately struck by the sheer volume of nearly perfectly aligned military headstones. I checked with the office and there are nearly 40,000 interred there, 30,000...More
I love visiting cemeteries. This was well worth the time. I didn't expect it to be much, but there are a lot of people buried there. It has a very peaceful feeling. Nice place to stop, wander around, and get lost in your thoughts of...More
My grandfather is one of the 40,000 buried at the Memphis National Cemetery. While it's the final resting place for so many, it also have a bit of history on the grounds.
After entering the cemetery, a bronze tablet with the Gettysburg address and another...More
As a veteran I make an effort to visit the local National Cemetery. This is a lovely one with a bit of history also. Their web page has details & has a map. As of this writing there was no entrance fee & you can...More