Virginia Cemetery Records Research Guide

Virginia cemetery records can help you find information you may have never thought you would be able to locate. Many people who are involved with genealogy and other family tree related projects overlook the usefulness of Virginia cemetery records and instead rely solely on other types of vital records. If you are looking for a reliable way to fill in gaps in your genealogy charts, you should really give Virginia cemetery records as a resource a try. For Definitions of all Cemetery Terms See Symbols on Gravestones and Their Interpretations

There are some things to know about Virginia cemetery records before you get started:

  • There are several methods you can use to get Virginia cemetery records and tombstone transcriptions. Some people use an online search and database. Others try to go to a cemetery in person because they can see the surrounding burial plots to see if there are any other family members to be included in the family tree.
  • It is important to try to know what county a person may be buried in when looking for Virginia cemetery records. Keep in mind, though, that this may not be the same as the county they lived in. In fact, many people are returned to their original birthplace as their final resting place. In this case, a person could very well be in a different state.
  • You can also look for national cemeteries when searching for a person using Virginia cemetery records. Virginia is a state that has many more national cemeteries than other states with around 18 of them. Of course, if they were in the military their final resting place could also be affected by this.

You may be surprised by what you can find on Virginia cemetery records. You can find data such as a full legal name and sometimes the name of other relatives. You may also be able to find on Virginia cemetery records where a person was born in addition to when. The bottom line is that when it comes to a reliable source full of data, there are few other resources as helpful. Give Virginia cemetery records a try for your genealogy project and see how much it can help you.

Research In Virginia Cemetery Records

There are many published Virginia tombstone inscriptions widely available, but there is no comprehensive list of them. An extensive collection can be found at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library. That library is located in Washington, D.C. The Virginia Historical Society, the FHL, and the Library of Virginia also have large cemetery inscription collections on file.

Famous People Buried in Virginia Cemeteries

CountyName / Date / CemeteryDescription
AlbemarleJefferson, Thomas
4/13/1743 - 7/4/1826
Monticello Graveyard
American Founding Father, Third President of the United States.
He was a philosopher, statesman, scholar, attorney, planter, architect, violinist, writer, and natural scientist who wished to be remembered as the author of the Declaration of Independence and of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom and as the founder of the University of Virginia.
Alexandria CityUnknown Soldier (US Revolutionary)
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Tomb of The Unknown Soldier (US Revolutionary)
The memorial to an unknown soldier of the American Revolution is located in the churchyard of the Old Presbyterian Meeting House, 323 S. Fairfax Street Alexandria, Virginia. Built in 1775, the church was also the site of memorial services for President George Washington in 1799.
Alexandria Cityvon Braun, Wernher
3/23/1912 - 6/16/1977
Ivy Hill Cemetery
ScientiSt. His work on rockets and missiles helped NASA land a man on the moon.
ArlingtonAmerical Division Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
Memorial to those who served in the 23rd Infantry Division (Americal) during World War II, in Korea, and during the Vietnam War. The division is called the Americal, being a contraction of the words "Americans in New Caledonia. "
ArlingtonAtkins, Barry K.
8/2/1911 - 11/15/2005
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Navy Rear Admiral.
A 1932 Naval Academy graduate, during World War II he received the Navy Cross for "extraordinary heroism".
ArlingtonBeirut Military Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
In the summer of 1983, American troops along with French and Italian troops where deployed near the International Airport in Beirut, in an effort to restore peace in Lebanon.
The American Marines and Sailors were housed in a temporary military compound.
ArlingtonBoyington, Gregory 'Pappy'
12/4/1912 - 1/11/1988
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Served during World War II as a Major in the United States Marine Corps Reserve as commander of  Marine Fighter Squadron 214.
ArlingtonBradley, Omar Nelson
2/12/1893 - 4/8/1981
Arlington National Cemetery
United States General of the Army.
His rank of 5-Star General was tthe American equivalent of the European rank of Field Marshal.
ArlingtonBrannigan, Felix
1/17/1905 - 6/10/1907
Arlington National Cemetery
Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Served in the Civil War as a Private in Company A, 74th New York Volunteer Infantry.
ArlingtonBrett, Lloyd Milton
2/22/1856 - 9/23/1927
Arlington National Cemetery
Indian Wars Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Served during the Indian Wars as a Second Lieutenant in  the 2nd United States Regular Cavalry.
ArlingtonChaffee, Roger
2/15/1935 - 1/27/1967
Arlington National Cemetery
Astronaut.
Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, he was an engineer, Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy and a NASA Astronaut in the Apollo program.
ArlingtonCook, Donald Gilbert
8/9/1934 - 12/8/1967
Arlington National Cemetery
Viet Nam Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Served in the War in Viet Nam as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps as an advisor to the 4th Battallion,Vietnamese Marine Corps.
ArlingtonCooper, Jackie
9/15/1922 - 5/3/2011
Arlington National Cemetery
Actor, Director.
Born John Cooper, Jr, nephew of director Norman Taurog, he entered the entertainment industry at the age of three appearing in Bobby Clark and Lloyd Hamilton comedies before moving onto the "Our Gang" series.
ArlingtonDavis, Gen. George Whitefield
7/26/1839 - 7/21/1918
Arlington National Cemetery
Governor of Puerto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone.
Little is known of Davis before he entered the military during the Civil War, serving in the Volunteer 11th Connecticut Infantry.
ArlingtonDoolittle, Jimmy (James)
12/14/1896 - 9/27/1993
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient, Aviation Pioneer.
He was born in Alameda, California, in 1896, but his family moved to Nome, Alaska, when he was 4-years-old.
ArlingtonFirst Marine Division Association
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Arlington National Cemetery
Erected by the 1st Marine Division Association, the monument is dedicated to all the US Marine Corps 1st Division veterans who served in World WarII to the end of the Cold War.
The granite stone rest in front of a planted Blue Atlas Cedar memorial tree.
ArlingtonGrissom, Virgil
4/3/1926 - 1/27/1967
Arlington National Cemetery
Astronaut.
Grissom was a native of Mitchell, Indiana and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue.
ArlingtonHalsey Jr. , William Frederick 'Bull'
10/30/1882 - 8/16/1959
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Navy Fleet Admiral.
During World War II, he was Commander, US Naval Forces, South Pacific, and later, Commander of the Third US Fleet.
ArlingtonHarris, James H.
1828 - 1/28/1898
Arlington National Cemetery
Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Served in the Civil War as a Sergeant in Company B, 38th United States Colored Troops.
ArlingtonHayes, Ira Hamilton
1/12/1923 - 1/24/1955
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Marine.
He was one of the Flag Raiser at Iwo Jima during World War II.
ArlingtonHines, John L.
5/21/1868 - 10/13/1968
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Army General.
Graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1891.
ArlingtonHughes, Charles F.
10/14/1866 - 5/28/1934
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Navy Admiral.
He was Chief of Naval Operations from November 14,1927 until September 17,1930.
ArlingtonIndian Vietnam Vets Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
Erected by the Native People of the United States, the memorial is dedicated to the Indian veterans and all their fellow US Armed Forces brothers whom served and died in the Vietnam War.
ArlingtonJohnston, Gordon
5/25/1874 - 3/8/1934
Arlington National Cemetery
Philippine Insurrection Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
He was a member of the “Rough Riders” during the Spanish-American War.
ArlingtonKennedy Onassis (Bouvier), Jacqueline Lee 'Jackie'
7/28/1929 - 5/19/1994
Arlington National Cemetery
Presidential First Lady.
Wife of 35th United States President John F.
ArlingtonKennedy, Edward Moore 'Ted'
2/22/1932 - 8/25/2009
Arlington National Cemetery
US Senator.
A member of the prominent Kennedy and Fitzgerald families, he attended Harvard University before being expelled for cheating on an exam.
ArlingtonKennedy, John Fitzgerald
5/29/1917 - 11/22/1963
Arlington National Cemetery
35th United States President, US Congressman, US Senator.
Born into a wealthy Irish-Catholic family.
ArlingtonKennedy, Robert Francis
11/20/1925 - 6/6/1968
Arlington National Cemetery
US Senator, US Attorney General.
ArlingtonKnappenberger, Alton W.
12/31/1923 - 6/9/2008
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
His citation reads: "For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty in action involving actual conflict with the enemy, on 1 February 1944 near Cisterna di Littoria, Italy.
ArlingtonLouis (Barrow), Joe 'The Brown Bomber'
5/13/1914 - 4/12/1981
Arlington National Cemetery
Professional Boxer.
Heavyweight Champion of the World from 1937 to 1949.
ArlingtonMarshall, George Catlett
12/31/1880 - 10/16/1959
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Army General.
He won the Nobel Peace Prize for the Marshall Plan, which he humbly preferred to refer to as the European Recovery Program, a program he created as secretary of state after World War II.
ArlingtonMarvin, Lee
2/19/1924 - 8/29/1987
Arlington National Cemetery
Actor.
He is best remembered for his tough-guy roles in such movies as "The Dirty Dozen" (1967), "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" (1962), "Cat Ballou" (1965), "Sergeant Riker" (1968) and dozens of western and military movies, sometimes as the hero and often as a villain.
ArlingtonMcBryar, William
2/14/1861 - 3/8/1941
Arlington National Cemetery
Indian Wars Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
He was a Sergeant in Company B, 10th United States Cavalry, serving in Arizona on May 11, 1889, when he earned his Medal.
ArlingtonMiller, Glenn (Alton G.)
3/1/1904 - 12/15/1944
Arlington National Cemetery
Jazz Bandleader, TromboniSt. Born Alton Glenn Miller in Clarinda, a small rural southwestern Iowa town, the family soon moved to Grant City, Missouri, where he went to grade school.
ArlingtonMizner, John Kemp
1834 - 9/9/1898
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Army Brigadier General.
He started his military career on July 1, 1856, as a graduate of the United States Military Academy.
ArlingtonMurphy, Audie
6/20/1924 - 5/28/1971
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Probably the most famous American field combat soldier to emerge from World War II.
ArlingtonNettleton, Alvred Bayard
11/14/1838 - 8/10/1911
Arlington National Cemetery
Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General.
In 1890-93, he served as Assistant Secretary of the U.
ArlingtonNewgarden, Paul Woolever
2/24/1892 - 7/14/1944
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Army General.
During World War II, he was the Commanding Officer, 41st Armored Infantry Regiment, Commanding Officer, Combat Command A, 2nd Armored Division,and Commanding General, 10th Armored Division.
ArlingtonO'Kane, Richard H.
2/2/1911 - 2/16/1994
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Served in the United States Navy during World War II as a Commander and commanding officer of the submarine "USS Tang".
ArlingtonPalmer, John McAuley
4/23/1870 - 10/26/1955
Arlington National Cemetery
US Army General.
The grandson of Senator
ArlingtonPan American Bombing Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
Passed by Congress and signed into law by President Clinton in November, 1993, the Memorial Cairn was erected in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia.
The monument memorializes the 270 lives lost in the terrorist attack on the United States when Pan Am flight 103 was bombed December 21, 1988, over Lockerbie Scotland.
ArlingtonPershing, John Joseph 'Black Jack'
9/13/1860 - 7/15/1948
Arlington National Cemetery
General of the Armies of the United States.
Born in Laclede, Missouri, he was the son of a railroad switchman.
ArlingtonPersian Gulf Military Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
Erected in February 1992, the memorial is dedicated to the honor of those whom served in the Persian Gulf War, 1991 to 1992.
ArlingtonPort, William D.
10/13/1941 - 11/27/1968
Arlington National Cemetery
Vietnam Congressional Medal of Honor recipient.
Served as Sergeant, 5th Battalion, 7th United States Cavalry, 1st Air Cavalry Division.
ArlingtonRamage, Lawson Paterson
1/18/1909 - 4/15/1990
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
A 1931 graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, he served during World War II in the United States Navy, commanding several submarines.
ArlingtonReed, Walter
9/13/1851 - 11/22/1902
Arlington National Cemetery
Medical Pioneer.
He is best remembered for finding the source of Yellow Fever.
ArlingtonRichmond, James
1843 - 6/3/1864
Arlington National Cemetery
Cause of death: Killed in action
ArlingtonSabin, Albert B.
8/26/1906 - 3/3/1993
Arlington National Cemetery
Medical Pioneer.
Developer of the oral, live virus polio vaccine.
ArlingtonSchriever, Bernard Adolf
9/14/1910 - 6/20/2005
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Air Force General.
He was the father and architect of the Air Force's space and missile programs.
ArlingtonScott, Corp. Frank
12/2/1883 - 9/28/1912
Arlington National Cemetery
Military Aviation Pioneer.
Frank Scott was born in Braddock, Pennsylvania, and enlisted in the US  Army's Field Artillery in 1908.
ArlingtonSmith, Michael John
4/30/1945 - 1/28/1986
Arlington National Cemetery
Astronaut.
Mike Smith was the pilot of the ill-fated space shuttle Challenger.
ArlingtonSpace Shuttle Challenger Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
Erected on March 21,1987, the monument is dedicated to the memory of the seven Challenger astronauts who lost their lives in an in flight explosion, January 28, 1986.
Together with the tribute memorial is the grave which contains the unidentified recovered remains of the astronauts
ArlingtonSpace Shuttle Columbia Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
Memorial to the seven astronauts who lost their lives in the tragic Space Shuttle Columbia accident on February 1, 2003.
There are also individual memorials for each of the seven astronauts.
ArlingtonStrank, Michael
11/10/1919 - 3/1/1945
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II United States Marine.
He was one of the five Marines and one Sailor to be photographed raising the second United States flag on Mount Suribachi during the February-March 1945 Battle for Iwo Jima island.
ArlingtonSullivan, Joseph Eugene
8/28/1918 - 11/13/1942
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II United States Navy Sailor.
A native of Waterloo, Iowa, he enlisted in the United States Navy in January 1942, joining brothers George, Frank, Albert and Madison in the service under the stipulation that they serve together.
ArlingtonSullivan, Thomas Crook
11/14/1833 - 3/11/1908
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Army General.
He was brevetted Major and Lieutenant Colonel on March 13,1865.
ArlingtonTomb of the Unknown Civil War Dead
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Arlington National Cemetery
Erected in September 1866, the memorial is dedicated to the honor of 2,111 Civil War combat soldiers whose remains were recovered and buried but could not be identified.
ArlingtonTomb of the Unknown Dead of the War of 1812
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Arlington National Cemetery
Erected in 1901, this monument is dedicated to the memory of the fourteen interred unknown US Soldiers and Sailors who gave their lives in the War of 1812.
ArlingtonTomb of the Unknowns
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Arlington National Cemetery
A resolution on December 20, 1920, introduced by Congressman Hamilton Fish, Jr. , of New York, called for the return of an unknown soldier killed in France. A Memorial Amphitheater in Arlington National Cemetery was constructed.
ArlingtonUnknown World War I Soldier
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Arlington National Cemetery
United States Army Soldier.
In 1921, a joint resolution by the United States House and Senate created the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. In that year over 1200 bodies were classified as unidentifiable in cemeteries in France.
ArlingtonVincent, Thomas MacCurdy
11/15/1832 - 11/30/1909
Arlington National Cemetery
Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General.
On July 1, 1853, he graduated from the United States Military Academy and was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in Army Artillery.
ArlingtonWar Correspondents Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery
In ceremonies by the National Press Club on October 7,1986 a tree was planted in memory of those journalist who died while covering the conflicts and wars for the American people.
At the base of that tree is a marble monument in the form of an open book whose pages proclaim "One who finds a truth lights a torch".
ArlingtonWare, Keith Lincoln
11/23/1915 - 9/13/1968
Arlington National Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
His citation reads "Commanding the 1st Battalion attacking a strongly held enemy position on a hill near Sigolsheim, France, on 26 December 1944, found that 1 of his assault companies had been stopped and forced to dig in by a concentration of enemy artillery, mortar, and machinegun fire.
ArlingtonWeinberger, Caspar Willard
8/18/1917 - 3/28/2006
Arlington National Cemetery
Presidential Cabinet Secretary.
Born in San Francsico, California, he was appointed as Secretary of Defense by President Ronald Reagan in 1981 and served until 1987, becoming the second-longest serving Secretary.
CampbellHenry, Patrick
5/29/1736 - 6/6/1799
Red Hill Shrine
American Patriot.
He is best remembered for his stirring phrase "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death.
Danville CityGammon, Archer T.
9/11/1918 - 1/11/1945
Mountain View Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
He was killed in action.
FairfaxWashington, George
2/22/1732 - 12/14/1799
Mount Vernon Estate
First US President.
George Washington earned the title, 'Father of His Country.
FairfaxWashington, Martha
6/21/1731 - 5/22/1802
Mount Vernon Estate
First of America's First Ladies.
Martha Washington was born on a plantation near Williamsburg, Virginia.
FrederickCline (Hensley), Patsy (Virginia Patterson)
9/8/1932 - 3/5/1963
Shenandoah Memorial Park
Country and Pop Musician.
Born to a blacksmith and a seamstress, Patsy Cline has been heralded, by fans, colleagues and music critics alike, as one of the most influential and unique vocalists in the history of modern music.
HalifaxLacks, Henrietta
8/18/1920 - 10/4/1951
Lacks Family Cemetery
Medical Figure.
Now considered one of the unsung heroes of medical research, Henrietta Lacks was the involuntary donor of cells from her cancerous cervix, which were cultured by Dr.
Hampton CitySargent, Ruppert Leon
1/6/1938 - 3/15/1967
Hampton National Cemetery
Viet Nam Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Sargent served as a First Lieutenant, United States Army, Company B, 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division.
HenricoDean, Jimmy Ray
8/10/1928 - 6/13/2010
Dean Family Estate
Jimmy Ray Dean was an American country music singer, television host, actor and businessman.
Although he may be best known today as the creator of the Jimmy Dean Sausage brand, he first rose to fame for his 1961 country crossover hit "Big Bad John"; and became a national television personality in the 1960s.
Lexington CityJackson, Thomas Jonathan 'Stonewall'
1/21/1824 - 5/10/1863
Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery
Civil War Confederate Lieutenant General.
Born in what is now the state of West Virginia, in the town of Clarksburg to parents who unable to secure medical attention died literally  as the result of extreme poverty.
Lexington CityLee, Robert Edward
1/19/1807 - 10/12/1870
Lee Chapel Museum
Civil War Confederate General.
He is remembered for leading the Army of Northern Virginia to the brink of victory in the Civil War.
MiddlesexNewman, Beryl Richard
11/2/1911 - 3/8/1998
Remlik Gardens
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
He served as a Captain in the United States Army.
MiddlesexPuller, Lewis Burwell 'Chesty'
6/26/1898 - 10/11/1971
Christ Church Cemetery
United States Marine Corps General.
He is most remembered for his action in 1951 during the Korean War, when he led the mixed United Nations Army out of the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea, while surrounded by several Chinese Communist Armies of far greater strength.
Norfolk CityMacArthur, Douglas
1/26/1880 - 4/5/1964
MacArthur Memorial
United States World War II General of the Army (5 stars).
Fought in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War.
Norfolk CityUSS Cole Memorial
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Naval Station Norfolk
The USS Cole Memorial dedication ceremony was conducted at Naval Station Norfolk Virginia on October 12, 2001, commemorating the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack in Aden, Yemen.
The Memorial honors the 17 sailors who los+D958t their lives and the crew for their heroic actions to save the ship.
OrangeMadison, Dolley
5/20/ 1768 - 7/12/1849
Montpelier Estate National Historic Site
Presidential First Lady.
She was the wife of 4th United States President James Madison.
OrangeMadison, James
3/16/1751 - 6/28/1836
Montpelier Estate National Historic Site
4th United States President.
He was the co-author of the Federalist Papers and Father of the American Constitution.
Portsmouth CityAvery, James
1825 - 10/11/1898
Captain Ted Conaway Memorial Naval Cemetery
Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Born in Scotland, he served in the Union Navy as a Seaman on board the wooden side-wheel steam warship "USS Metacomet".
Portsmouth CityO'Conner, James Francis
11/28/1861 - 9/17/1940
Oak Grove Cemetery
Peacetime Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
His true name was James Francis O'Connor.
Radford CityIngles, Mary
9/27/1904 - 12/19/1904
West View Cemetery
American Pioneer.
She was born in Philadelphia to George and Elenor Hardin Draper.
Richmond CityAshe Jr. , Arthur Robert
7/10/1943 - 2/6/1993
Woodland Cemetery
American Tennis Player and Social Activist. Widely recognized as the first outstanding African-American men's tennis champion, Arthur Ashe was the first African-American to represent his country in Davis Cup play (1963), the first African-American man to win the U.
Richmond CityBoehling, John Joseph
3/20/1891 - 9/8/1941
Holy Cross Cemetery
Major League Baseball Player.
Pitcher for the Washington Senators from 1912-1916 going 53-39.
Richmond CityDavis, Jefferson Finis
6/3/1808 - 12/6/1889
Hollywood Cemetery
President Confederate States, Military Man, Author.
Jefferson Davis was the unrepentant highest ranking confederate leader of the South.
Richmond CityMonroe, James
4/28/1758 - 7/4/1831
Hollywood Cemetery
5th United States President.
James Monroe was born in Westmoreland County Virginia to parents not only wealthy but rich in legacy with kinship to the Royal Family.
Richmond CityStuart, James Ewell Brown 'J.E.B.'
2/6/1833 - 5/12/1864
Hollywood Cemetery
Civil War Confederate Major General.
After graduating from West Point in 1854, he became a first lieutenant in the United States Army 1st Cavalry, and an Indian fighter in the west.
RichmondJones III. , William Atkinson
5/31/1922 - 11/15/1969
Saint Johns Episcopal Church Cemetery
Viet Nam Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Jones served as a Colonel, United States Air Force, 602d Special Operations Squadron, Nakon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand.
RoanokeMurphy, Audie
6/20/1924 - 5/28/1971
Audie Murphy Memorial
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Probably the most famous American field combat soldier to emerge from World War II.
SpotsylvaniaJackson, Thomas Jonathan 'Stonewall'
1/21/1824 - 5/10/1863
Ellwood Family Cemetery
Civil War Confederate Lieutenant General.
Born in what is now the state of West Virginia, in the town of Clarksburg to parents who unable to secure medical attention died literally  as the result of extreme poverty.
Winchester CityMorgan, Daniel
1736 - 7/6/1802
Mount Hebron Cemetery
Revolutionary War Continental Army Brigadier General.
Born to Welsh parents, he spoke little about his childhood, so historical details are vague.

Virginia Cemeteries

Cemetery NameCemetery City
Alexandria National CemeteryAlexandria
Arlington National CemeteryArlington
Columbia Gardens CemeteryArlington
Dumfries CemeteryDumfries
National Memorial Park / King David Memorial GardensFalls Church
Wilkes Street Cemetery ComplexOld Town
Blandford CemeteryPetersburg
Cemetery for Hebrew Confederate SoldiersRichmond
Hollywood CemeteryRichmond
Woodland CemeteryRichmond
Albert G. Horton Jr. Memorial Veterans CemeterySuffolk

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