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Galestown Cemetery

Galestown Cemetery is a cemetery located in Galestown, Maryland. One person of note interred there is Homer Smoot, a one-time professional baseball player.

                                               

Ivy Hill Cemetery (Maryland)

Ivy Hill Cemetery is on the north side of Old Sandy Spring Road across from its intersection with Nichols Drive in Laurel, Maryland, United States, within the citys historic district. Burials began in the 19th century after the Laurel Cotton Mill ...

                                               

Mount Olivet Cemetery (Frederick)

Mount Olivet Cemetery is a cemetery in Frederick, Maryland. The cemetery is located at 515 South Market Street and is operated by the Mount Olivet Cemetery Company, Inc.

                                               

Rockville Union Cemetery

Rockville Cemetery was established in 1738 by the Anglican Prince Georges Parish. It is the oldest burying ground in Rockville, Maryland and is located at 1350 Baltimore Road, adjacent to the Rockville Civic Center. Ownership changed in 1880 to t ...

                                               

Rosa Bonheur Memorial Park

Rosa Bonheur Memorial Park is a pet cemetery located in Elkridge, Maryland, USA. The cemetery was established in 1935, and was actively operated until 2002. Approximately 8.000 animals and humans are buried in the cemeterys ​ 11 1 ⁄ 2 acres, whic ...

                                               

Rose Hill Cemetery (Maryland)

Rose Hill Cemetery, located in Hagerstown, Maryland, is the oldest public cemetery in Washington County Maryland. The cemetery features over 102 acres of burial space and is the final resting place of over 43.000 individuals. The cemetery was est ...

                                               

Copper Harbor Cemetery

The Copper Harbor Cemetery is a cemetery located on US 41 west of M-26 in Copper Harbor, Michigan. It was listed as a Michigan State Historic Site on January 8, 1981. Burials occurred from 1853 through 1926. Twelve graves are marked with dates pr ...

                                               

Eagle River Cemetery

The Eagle River Cemetery, also called the Evergreen Cemetery, is a cemetery located on highway M-26 about 0.5 miles south of Eagle River, Michigan. It was listed as a Michigan State Historic Site on July 17, 1986, and is one of the oldest cemeter ...

                                               

Eloise Cemetery

Eloise Cemetery was the name applied to cemeteries used by the Eloise hospital complex located in what was then Nankin Township in western Wayne County, Michigan, and is now Westland, Michigan. The patients buried in the cemetery were from the In ...

                                               

Greenwood Cemetery (Birmingham, Michigan)

Greenwood Cemetery occupies 7.9 acres on Oak Avenue between Greenwood and Lake Streets, west of Old Woodward Avenue, in Birmingham, Michigan. The gently rolling landscape contains over 3.000 graves; 650 date from the nineteenth century. The groun ...

                                               

Westwood Cemetery (Michigan)

Westwood Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Kalkaska County, Michigan, dating back to the early 19th century. It was originally intended for the Westwood family, but is today a public cemetery.

                                               

White Chapel Memorial Cemetery

White Chapel Memorial Cemetery or simply White Chapel Cemetery is a memorial cemetery at 621 West Long Lake Road in Troy, Oakland County, Michigan. In the 1920s, a group of investors led by Clarence J. Sanger had a new vision for a cemetery and p ...

                                               

William Ganong Cemetery

William Ganong Cemetery is a cemetery located in Westland, Michigan, USA. It is named after a local farmer who set aside a portion of his farm land for burials in 1832. It contains approximately 350 interments. It is currently owned by Wayne Coun ...

                                               

Acacia Park Cemetery, Mendota Heights

Acacia Park Cemetery is located in Mendota Heights, Minnesota at 2151 Pilot Knob Road. Established in 1925, Acacia Park consists of 75 acres of land overlooking the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers. In addition, Dakota Indians h ...

                                               

Beth Israel Cemetery (Meridian, Mississippi)

                                               

Boyer Cemetery

                                               

Horine Cemetery

The first noted burial in Horine was an Augustine Godat who was born February 10, 1763 and died June 25, 1851 having reached the age of 91 years old, He was born in Heufchatel, Switzerland. The first Horine buried here was a Benjamin Horine he wa ...

                                               

Lees Summit Historical Cemetery

Lee’s Summit Historical Cemetery is a cemetery in Lees Summit, Missouri. Many local notable people were buried there, including Nicholas B. Langsford, Pleasant Lea, George Neal, William B. Howard, William S. Cowherd, and former mayors from Lee’s ...

                                               

Old Greenville (23WE637)

Old Greenville, near Greenville, Missouri, is a historic site that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the former site of the town of Greenville, which was moved when it was believed the town would be flooded by a dam pro ...

                                               

Billings Cemetery

Billings Cemetery was established in 1882 by the ODonnell family and operated by them until the city purchased it in 1926. The Cemetery merged with Mountview Cemetery in 1926.

                                               

Lists of cemeteries in Montana by county

                                               

Westlawn Cemetery (Omaha)

                                               

Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery

The Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery opened in 1990 under the administration of the Nevada Office of Veterans Services. The Northern Nevada Veterans Cemetery is funded by the State of Nevada and the National Cemetery Association. The ce ...

                                               

Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery

The Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery is located in Boulder City, Clark County, Nevada. Established in 1990, the 79-acre cemetery is approximately 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas, Nevada. This is one of two state operated Veterans Cemete ...

                                               

Blossom Hill and Calvary Cemeteries

The Blossom Hill and Calvary Cemeteries are a pair of adjacent municipally-owned cemeteries on North State Street in Concord, New Hampshire. Blossom Hill, a 19th-century cemetery designed in the then-fashionable rural cemetery tradition, was alwa ...

                                               

Pine Hill Cemetery (Dover, New Hampshire)

Following are interments of notable people: Joshua James Guppey, Civil War Union brevet brigadier general Charles Henry Sawyer, 41st governor of New Hampshire from 1887 to 1889 Joshua Gilman Hall, U.S. congressman representing New Hampshires 1st ...

                                               

Point of Graves Burial Ground

Point of Graves Burial Ground is a small historic cemetery in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, dating to the 17th century. It was the final resting place for many of Portsmouths prominent residents including the Wentworth family, the Vaughan family, th ...

                                               

Trinity Church (Cornish, New Hampshire)

Trinity Church is an historic church located at 833 Route 12A in Cornish, New Hampshire, in the United States. It began in 1793 as the Episcopal Society and became Trinity Episcopal Church in 1795. Instrumental in its establishment was Philander ...

                                               

Beth David Cemetery

Beth David Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery located at 300 Elmont Road in Elmont, New York. The cemetery was established in 1917. As of 2012, there were approximately 245.000 burials in the cemetery.

                                               

Cortland Rural Cemetery

The Cortland Rural Cemetery is located in Cortland, New York, USA. A non-profit, non-denominational cemetery established in 1853, the still operational cemetery has a physical footprint of approximately 44 acres and features the attributes typica ...

                                               

Antioch United Methodist Church (Roaring Gap, North Carolina)

                                               

Green Lawn Cemetery, (China Grove, North Carolina)

Green Lawn Cemetery is a cemetery located in China Grove, North Carolina. Graves marked as early as 1798 have been found in Green Lawn Cemetery. One person of note interred at Green Lawn Cemetery is Dixie Upright.

                                               

Vance Cemetery

Vance Cemetery is a cemetery at the end of Vance Cemetery Road in Weaverville, North Carolina. The cemetery opened in 1813 when the namesake David Vance, Sr. was buried. His will stated that he was to be buried above his peach orchard. David Vanc ...

                                               

Cemeteries in Davidson County, North Carolina

                                               

Ashley Jewish Homesteaders Cemetery

The Ashley Jewish Homesteaders Cemetery is an early 20th century burial site near Ashley, North Dakota. The Russian and Romanian Jews who farmed the area beginning in 1905 arrived as refugees fleeing pogroms and persecution. They had never farmed ...

                                               

Cemeteries in Emmons County, North Dakota

                                               

Franks Site

The Franks Site is a large archaeological site in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. Located atop bluffs overlooking the Vermilion River in northwestern Lorain County, it lies in the city of Vermilion close to the rivers mouth in La ...

                                               

Immaculate Conception Cemetery (Oklahoma City)

                                               

City View Cemetery

City View Cemetery is a privately owned cemetery in Salem, Oregon, United States that was established in 1893. Its Mount Crest Abbey Mausoleum, opened in 1914, contains the remains of seven governors of Oregon.

                                               

Eternity at Sea Columbarium

                                               

Hargadine Cemetery

Hargadine Cemetery is a cemetery in Ashland, Oregon, United States. It was established in 1867. Located on a hill on the north end of the city, the cemetery was named after its first interment, Katie Hargadine, the one-year-old daughter of town p ...

                                               

Medford IOOF Cemetery

The Medford IOOF Cemetery in Medford, Oregon, also known as Medford Odd Fellows Cemetery and as Eastwood-IOOF Cemetery, was founded in 1890. The cemetery was managed by the IOOF Lodge until 1969 where maintenance was transferred to the City of Me ...

                                               

Milwaukie Pioneer Cemetery

                                               

Mountain View Cemetery (Oregon City, Oregon)

                                               

St. Boniface Church (Sublimity, Oregon)

St. Boniface is construction in the Carpenter Gothic style of architecture, it is a massive six-bay wooden structure with lancet stained glass windows and a steep sloping roof. The cross-adorned steeple above its front entrance reaches to a heigh ...

                                               

Arlington Cemetery (Pennsylvania)

The Arlington Cemetery Company was founded in 1895. The cemetery occupies roughly 130 acres 0.53 km 2. on State Road in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, United States. The Arlington Cemetery now consists of the Mount Vernon Office, Topitzer Funeral Hom ...

                                               

Beechwoods Cemetery (Washington Township, Pennsylvania)

In 1915, civic leaders in Jefferson County, recommended that a new monument be erected at Beechwoods Cemetery to honor deceased soldiers from Washington Township. Planners estimated that the memorial would cost approximately $5.000, and sent inqu ...

                                               

Charles Baber Cemetery

Charles Baber Cemetery is a cemetery in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. The Cemetery is situated on 25 acres of central Pottsville, between 12th and 16th Street.

                                               

Charles Evans Cemetery

Charles Evans Cemetery is an historic, non-sectarian, garden-style cemetery located in the city of Reading, Pennsylvania. It was founded by Charles Evans, a son of Quaker parents and native of Philadelphia who became a prominent attorney and phil ...

                                               

Donegal Presbyterian Church Complex

Donegal Presbyterian Church Complex is a historic Presbyterian church complex on Donegal Springs Road in East Donegal Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The church was built in 1732, and is a 1 1/2-story, three bay by five bay, stuccoed st ...

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