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Find a Grave Cemetery ID: 44774. Find 14356 memorial records at the Evergreen Cemetery cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Add a memorial, flowers or photo.
Evergreen Cemetery – formerly called Citizen's Cemetery and Ever Green Cemetery – is a historic 29.12 acre rural cemetery located just outside Gettysburg Borough, in Cumberland Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania, United States.
0 500 Feet Motorized vehicles are prohibited in the National Cemetery. Inquire at visitor center about access for those with disabilities. BR 15 To historic downtown Gettysburg NATIONAL CEMETERY Cemetery Hill ANNEX Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial New York Monument Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse 16 Soldiers’ National Cemetery
Two Confederate soldiers mortally wounded during the battle were buried in Evergreen Cemetery. Post-battle Detail of a 1904 map showing the National Cemetery (semi-circles right of center) and Evergreen Cemetery (right) The Consecration of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg took place on November 19, 1863.
- United States
- 17.65 acres (7.14 ha)
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