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  1. The visitors center at the Gettysburg National Military Park is located at 1195 Baltimore Pike in Gettysburg, PA. The Gettysburg National Cemetery is located within the National Military Park, which is a unit of the National Park Service. The park’s grounds and roads are open daily from 6am to 7pm (6am to 10pm from April 1st to October 31st).

  2. Aug 15, 2022 · Today, in our ongoing road trip, we come to the Gettysburg National Cemetery, the site of Abraham Lincoln’s famous address. When the Battle of Gettysburg ended July 4, 1863, after three days of ferocious fighting, hundreds of soldiers from both sides lay dead or dying in the streets and fields in and around Gettysburg, Penn. Thousands more lay in shallow graves where they had fallen.

  3. Antietam National Cemetery is one of the 130 cemeteries of the National Cemetery System, a system that began during the Civil War. There are 4,776 Union remains (1,836 or 38% are unknown) buried here from the Battle of Antietam, South Mountain, Monocacy, and other action in Maryland. All of the unknowns are marked with small square stones.

  4. Aug 25, 2022 · After the Veterans Family Band performed the national anthem, Cemetery Administration Specialists Pete De Los Santos and Teddy Greevebiester read the names of the seven “unaccompanied” veterans.

  5. Jan 04, 2021 · The database of burial and urn/plaque information is updated each day. You may search for burial locations of veterans and their family members in VA National Cemeteries, state veterans cemeteries, various other military and Department of Interior cemeteries, and for veterans buried in private cemeteries when the grave is marked with a government grave marker.

  6. Since its inception in 1864, Arlington National Cemetery has been a burial ground for military personnel. In addition to the graves of fallen war heroes, it’s also the resting place for veterans who have gone on to prominence in other fields. The following is a list of famous graves and memorials at Arlington National Cemetery.

  7. Buried with her husband, U.S. Navy officer Reginald Venable. Gretta Bader, sculptor, buried with her husband, William B. Bader; Constance Bennett, Hollywood film actress, buried with her husband, Brigadier General Theron John Coulter; Charles W. Berry (1871–1941), New York City Comptroller; also a soldier

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