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Cemetery-All Saints Churchyard (England)
Cemetery-All Saints Churchyard (England)
 
    
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Cemetery-Arlington National
Cemetery-Arlington National
Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia is a military cemetery in the United States, established during the American Civil War on the grounds of Arlington House, formerly the estate of the family of Robert E. Lee's wife Mary Anna (Custis) Lee, a descendant of Martha Washington. The cemetery is situated directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. and near The Pentagon. It is served by the Arlington Cemetery station on the Blue Line of the Washington Metro system. 
Arlington National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Arundel
Cemetery-Arundel
Kennebunkport, York ME 
Arundel Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church
Cemetery-Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church
 
Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Badlesmere Church (England)
Cemetery-Badlesmere Church (England)
 
    
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Cemetery-Bellevue Presbyterian
Cemetery-Bellevue Presbyterian
Caledonia, Washington MO 
Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Bellwood
Cemetery-Bellwood
Adams, Robertson TN 
Bellwood Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Belvedere Roman Catholic
Cemetery-Belvedere Roman Catholic
St. John's, Avalon NL
 
Belvedere Roman Catholic Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Big River (Irondale)
Cemetery-Big River (Irondale)
 
Big River Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Bismarck IOOF
Cemetery-Bismarck IOOF
Odd Fellows Cemetery

Bismarck, St Francois MO 
Odd Fellows Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Bismarck Masonic
Cemetery-Bismarck Masonic
Masonic Cemetery, Bismarck, St Francois MO 
Bismarck Masonic Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Blue Hill
Cemetery-Blue Hill
Braintree, Norfolk MA 
Blue Hill Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Bonne Terre
Cemetery-Bonne Terre
Bonne Terre, St Francois MO 
Bonne Terre Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Broadmouth Church
Cemetery-Broadmouth Church
Also known as Broadmouth Baptist Church Cemetery

Honea Path, Abbeville, SC 
Broadmouth Church Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Bronaugh
Cemetery-Bronaugh
Christian County KY 
Bronaugh Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Bronson
Cemetery-Bronson
Bronson, Bourbon KS 
Bronson Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Bunker
Cemetery-Bunker
Cranberry Isles, Hancock ME 
Bunker Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Burying Ground of the First Settlers
Cemetery-Burying Ground of the First Settlers
Also known as First Burying Ground
Newbury, Essex MA 
Burying Ground of the First Settlers    
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Cemetery-Burying Point
Cemetery-Burying Point
Also known as Charter Street Cemetery, Salem Burying Point -- Salem, Essex MA -- Laid out c. 1637, Charter Street Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Salem and one of the most ancient in the country. Charter Street Cemetery was earlier known as "Ye Burying Point" (c. 1700) because before the land below it to the south was filled, the cemetery rested on a point of land with the South River flowing beneath. Another former name for the Charter Street Cemetery was "Ye Burying Place" (c. 1780). 
Burying Point Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Calvary
Cemetery-Calvary
Also known as Calvary Catholic Cemetery
Tacoma, Pierce WA 
Calvary Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum
Cemetery-Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum
St Louis MO 
Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum    
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Cemetery-Catheys Valley
Cemetery-Catheys Valley
Catheys Valley, Mariposa CA 
Catheys Valley Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Cedar Grove
Cemetery-Cedar Grove
Lebanon, Wilson TN 
Cedar Grove Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Center Church on the Green Churchyard
Cemetery-Center Church on the Green Churchyard
New Haven, New Haven CT -- Now a National Historic Landmark, Center Church on the Green is situated right on the New Haven Green. It is the oldest church in New Haven, founded in 1638, and was previously known as First Congregational Church. The present building dates from 1814 and was built over part of the burying ground. Some gravestones remain in the basement crypt, and may be visited from 11 am to 1 pm Thursdays and Saturdays for tours. Many people were buried on the green; in 1821 almost all of the remaining outside monuments were moved to Grove Street Cemetery (at Grove Street many of those tombstones are around the inside wall in alphabetical order.) 
Center Church on the Green Churchyard    
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Cemetery-Church of All Saints (England)
Cemetery-Church of All Saints (England)
 
    
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Cemetery-Danville National
Cemetery-Danville National
Danville, Vermilion IL 
Danville National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Doe Run Memorial
Cemetery-Doe Run Memorial
Also known as IOOF Cemetery, Odd Fellows Cemetery
Doe Run, St Francois MO 
Doe Run Memorial Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Eagle Point National
Cemetery-Eagle Point National
Eagle Point, Jackson OR 
Eagle Point National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-East End
Cemetery-East End
Cadiz, Trigg KY 
East End Cemetery    
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Cemetery-East Lamoine
Cemetery-East Lamoine
East Lamoine, Hancock ME 
East Lamoine Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Edgewood
Cemetery-Edgewood
Also known as Center Cemetery, Evergreen Cemetery
Wolcott, New
Haven CT 
Edgewood Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Eliot Burying Ground
Cemetery-Eliot Burying Ground
Also known as Eustis Street Cemetery, Roxbury Burial Ground
Roxbury, Suffolk MA 
Eliot Burying Ground    
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Cemetery-Elmwood
Cemetery-Elmwood
Springfield, Robertson TN 
Elmwood Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Elsberry City
Cemetery-Elsberry City
Elsberry, Lincoln MO 
Elsberry City Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fallsington Friends
Cemetery-Fallsington Friends
Quaker Cemetery in Fallsington, Bucks PA 
Fallsington Friends Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fayetteville National
Cemetery-Fayetteville National
Fayetteville, Washington AR 
Fayetteville National Cememery    
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Cemetery-Fellowship Baptist Church
Cemetery-Fellowship Baptist Church
Obadiah, Lauderdale MS 
Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fielder
Cemetery-Fielder
Dickson, Dickson TN 
Fielder Cemetery    
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Cemetery-First
Cemetery-First
First Cemetery, Marlboro, Windham VT -- Although a few burials had been made on private farms and near the corner of the first Meetinghouse in the early 1770's [which would later become Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery], the first officially recognized cemetery was established in 1776, shortly after the citizens of New Marlborough had met as "freemen" to select a delegate to join with the Provincial Congress "to transact important affairs relative to the alarming situation that the Province was reduced to through cruel and unjust and oppressive acts of the British Parliament..."

One of the first burials, in 1777, was that of the young wife of Captain Jonathan Warren, who had joined the "rebellion" known as the Revolutionary War. The location would later be called The First Cemetery.

Perilous times and the confusion of war on their home soil caused laps in record keeping and the First Cemetery fell into disrepair, hidden in the woods. It was defunct by 1782. 
First Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Five Points Church of Christ
Cemetery-Five Points Church of Christ
Bon Aqua, Hickman TN 
Five Points Church of Christ Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Flat Lick Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Cemetery-Flat Lick Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Also known as Shady Grove Cemetery
Herndon, Christian KY 
Flat Lick Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Florida Memorial Gardens
Cemetery-Florida Memorial Gardens
Rockledge, Brevard FL 
Florida Memorial Gardens    
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Cemetery-Florida National
Cemetery-Florida National
Bushnell, Sumter FL 
Florida National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fogartyville
Cemetery-Fogartyville
Bradenton, Manatee FL 
Fogartyville Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Forsyth
Cemetery-Forsyth
Forsyth, Rosebud MT 
Forsyth Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fort Rosecrans National
Cemetery-Fort Rosecrans National
San Diego, San Diego CA 
Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fort Sam Houston National
Cemetery-Fort Sam Houston National
San Antonio, Bexar TX 
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fort Sill National
Cemetery-Fort Sill National
Elgin, Comanche OK 
Fort Sill National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fort Smith National
Cemetery-Fort Smith National
Fort Smith, Sebastian AR 
Fort Smith National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Fort Snelling National
Cemetery-Fort Snelling National
Minneapolis, Hennepin MN 
Fort Snelling National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Frederick Davis
Cemetery-Frederick Davis
Arrington, Williamson TN 
Frederick Davis Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Friedens Cemetery Mausoleum and Chapel
Cemetery-Friedens Cemetery Mausoleum and Chapel
Also known as Friedens Evangelical Cemetery
Bellefontaine Neighbors, St Louis County MO

Opened in 1864 by Friedens Evangelical and Reformed Church. Originally named E and R Cemetery, later named Kopf Cemetery. 

Friedens Cemetery Mausoleum and Chapel    
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Cemetery-Gallatin City
Cemetery-Gallatin City
Gallatin, Sumner TN 
Gallatin City Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Gamel
Cemetery-Gamel
Also known as Fairview Presbyterian Cemetery, Festus Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Festus, Jefferson MO 
Gamel Cemetery / Festus Methodist Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Garden Sanctuary
Cemetery-Garden Sanctuary
Seminole, Pinellas FL 
Garden Sanctuary Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Garrison
Cemetery-Garrison
Blanchester, Clinton OH 
Garrison Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Gatewood Gardens
Cemetery-Gatewood Gardens
St Louis MO 
Gatewood Gardens Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Germantown Mennonite
Cemetery-Germantown Mennonite
Germantown, Philadelphia PA 
Germantown Mennonite Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Glen Rest Memorial Estate
Cemetery-Glen Rest Memorial Estate
Reynoldsburg, Franklin OH 
Glen Rest Memorial Estate    
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Cemetery-Golden Gate National
Cemetery-Golden Gate National
San Bruno, San Mateo CA 
Golden Gate National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Gott's Island, also known as <I>Great Gott Island Cemetery</i><BR>Gott Island, Tremont, Hancock ME
Cemetery-Gott's Island, also known as Great Gott Island Cemetery
Gott Island, Tremont, Hancock ME

 
Gott's Island Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Green Hill Memorial Gardens
Cemetery-Green Hill Memorial Gardens
Hopkinsville, Christian KY 
Green Hill Memorial Gardens    
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Cemetery-Greenville Methodist Church
Cemetery-Greenville Methodist Church
Joelton, Davidson TN 
Greenville Methodist Church Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Greenwood
Cemetery-Greenwood
Clarksville, Montgomery TN 
Greenwood Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Grove Street
Cemetery-Grove Street
 
Grove Street Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Hanover War
Cemetery-Hanover War
Also known as Englischer Friedhof -- Seelze, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany -- Historical Information: Many of the graves in Hanover War Cemetery were brought in from prisoner of war camp cemeteries, small German cemeteries and from isolated positions in the surrounding country. The cemetery contains 2,407 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War, 62 of them unidentified. There are also 39 non-war burials and 10 war graves of other nationalities, most of them Polish. Hanover War Cemetery adjoins Hanover Military Cemetery, a substantial post war cemetery of more than 3,000 burials. 
Hanover War Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Harding Point
Cemetery-Harding Point
Cranberry Isles, Hancock ME 
Harding Point Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Harmony
Cemetery-Harmony
Also known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Glocester #35
Harmony, Providence RI 
Harmony Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Harrill
Cemetery-Harrill
The Harrill Family Cemetery was located in Ellenboro, Rutherford NC 
Harrill Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Heflin
Cemetery-Heflin
Heflin Cemetery 1909, located at Shady Grove, Montgomery TN 
Heflin Cemetery 1909    
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Cemetery-Hendersonville Memory Gardens
Cemetery-Hendersonville Memory Gardens
Hendersonville Memory Gardens, also known as Woodlawn East Cemetery
Johnny Cash Parkway, Hendersonville, Sumner TN 
Hendersonville Memory Gardens    
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Cemetery-Hendersonville Presbyterian Church
Cemetery-Hendersonville Presbyterian Church
Also known as First Presbyterian Church
Hendersonville,Sumner TN 
Hendersonville Presbyterian Church Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Hermitage Churchyard
Cemetery-Hermitage Churchyard
Also known as Donelson Family Cemetery
Hermitage, Davidson TN

Originally located on William Donelson’s farm, “Ingleside,” moved in 1948 to this site at the historic Hermitage Presbyterian Church. Access is solely from Old Hickory Boulevard through the main entrance gate to The Hermitage, historic home of Andrew Jackson. Located at the east end of Rachel's Lane, adjacent the Confederate Cemetery. 

Hermitage Churchyard Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Hermitage Memorial Gardens
Cemetery-Hermitage Memorial Gardens
Old Hickory, Davidson TN 
Hermitage Memorial Gardens    
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Cemetery-Hickman City
Cemetery-Hickman City
Hickman, Fulton KY 
Hickman City Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Higganum
Cemetery-Higganum
Higganum, Middlesex CT 
Higganum Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Higganum-Burr
Cemetery-Higganum-Burr
Also known as Burr District Cemetery

Higganum, Middlesex CT 
Higganum-Burr Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Hillcrest Memorial Gardens
Cemetery-Hillcrest Memorial Gardens
Fort Pierce, St Lucie FL 
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens    
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Cemetery-Hillcrest Memorial Gardens
Cemetery-Hillcrest Memorial Gardens
Shelbyville, Bedford TN 
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens    
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Cemetery-Hope United Church of Christ Ebenezer (De Soto)
Cemetery-Hope United Church of Christ Ebenezer (De Soto)
Also known as Friedens Cemetery, German Evangelical Cemetery
De Soto, Jefferson MO 
Hope United Church of Christ Ebenezer Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Houston National
Cemetery-Houston National
Also known as Veterans Memorial Cemetery
Houston, Harris TX 
Houston National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Indiantown Gap National
Cemetery-Indiantown Gap National
Also known as Fort Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
Annville, Lebanon PA 
Indiantown Gap National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Jefferson Barracks National
Cemetery-Jefferson Barracks National
Lemay, St Louis County MO 
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Joiners Chapel Church of Christ
Cemetery-Joiners Chapel Church of Christ
Linton, Trigg KY 
Joiners Chapel Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Joseph Wooten Family
Cemetery-Joseph Wooten Family
Temple Hill, Barren KY 
Joseph Wooten Family Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Kentucky Veterans (West)
Cemetery-Kentucky Veterans (West)
Hopkinsville, Christian KY 
Kentucky Veterans Cemetery West    
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Cemetery-Kidd
Cemetery-Kidd
Knoxville, Knox TN 
Kidd Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Kidwell
Cemetery-Kidwell
Martinsville, Harrison MO 
Kidwell Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Kings Chapel Burying Grounds
Cemetery-Kings Chapel Burying Grounds
Boston, Suffolk MA -- Founded in 1630 at the time of the settlement of Boston, King's Chapel is Boston Proper's oldest burying place. Like the majority of Boston's burying grounds, it has always been under municipal control, not affiliated with any church. The site is said to be part of Isaac Johnson's estate, an esteemed early settler. In 1668 Royal Governor Andros seized a portion of this property to construct the town's first Anglican church, King's Chapel, which was built in 1688. 
Kings Chapel Burying Ground    
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Cemetery-Lakewood Park
Cemetery-Lakewood Park
Affton, St Louis County MO 
Lakewood Park Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Lapeyrouse
Cemetery-Lapeyrouse
Port of Spain, Trinidad And Tobago

Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry was interred here upon his death at sea by yellow fever. His remains were removed in 1826 and re-interred in Newport, Rhode Island. 

Lapeyrouse Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Lawrence
Cemetery-Lawrence
Cadiz, Trigg KY 
Lawrence Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Leavenworth National
Cemetery-Leavenworth National
Also known as Old Soldiers Cemetery
Leavenworth, Leavenworth KS 
Leavenworth National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Liberty Cumberland Church
Cemetery-Liberty Cumberland Church
Clarksville, Montgomery TN 
Liberty Cumberland Church Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Little Prairie
Cemetery-Little Prairie
Caruthersville, Pemiscot MO 
Little Prairie Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Lockerby Memorial
Cemetery-Lockerby Memorial
Tatamagouche, Colchester, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Lockerby Memorial Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Long Island National
Cemetery-Long Island National
East Farmingdale, Suffolk NY 
Long Island National Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Longview (Jefferson City)
Cemetery-Longview (Jefferson City)
 
Longview Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Mariposa IOOF
Cemetery-Mariposa IOOF
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Mariposa, Mariposa CA 
Mariposa IOOF Cemetery    
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Cemetery-Mariposa Masonic
Cemetery-Mariposa Masonic
Mariposa, Mariposa CA 
Mariposa Masonic Cemetery    

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