American Veterans' Cemeteries
A site dedicated to recognizing those cemeteries which are the last resting place for our nation's veterans.
Mobile National Cemetery - Mobile, Alabama

National Cemeteries

    Most of the 120 Department of Veterans Affairs' national cemeteries may be searched for burial locations. There are four cemeteries that have not completed their records. They include: Long Island; Los Angeles; Ft. Rosecrans; and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Some interments, therefore, will not be listed.
    Click here for a list of National Cemeteries and their web sites.

Arlington National Cemetery

    Arlington National Cemetery records are also available for interments that occurred after 1999. As more records are added to the database, more burial information will become available.

State Veteran's Cemeteries

    Some state veterans cemeteries can also be searched.

Department of the Interior
National Cemeteries

    The Department of the Interior's National Park Service maintains 14 national cemeteries including:
**  Battleground National Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
**  Andersonville National Historic Site, Andersonville, Georgia
**  Chalmette Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana
**  Antietam National Battlefield Site, Sharpsburg, Maryland
**  Vicksburg National Military Park, Vicksburg, Mississippi
**  Little Bighorn Battle National Monument, Crow Agency, Montana
**  Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
**  Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, Greenville, Tennessee
**  Fort Donelson National Battlefield, Dover, Tennessee
**  Shiloh National Military Park, Shiloh, Tennessee
**  Stones River National Battlefield, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
**  Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefield Memorial National Military Park, Fredericksburg, Virginia
**  Poplar Grove National Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia
**  Yorktown Battlefield Cemetery, Yorktown, Virginia

American Battle Monuments Commission

    The Commission maintains a listing of those interred at the American military cemeteries overseas and those Missing in Action from World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. See the ABMC Home Site.  In addition it has a listing of war veterans buried at our Corozal American Cemetery and those who lost their lives during the Korean War.   For additional information select the war below.

Mexican War
Civil War
Spanish-American War
World War I
World War II
Korean War
Vietnam War

    The Commission administers, operates, and maintains twenty-four permanent American burial grounds on foreign soil.  Presently there are 124,917 U.S. War Dead interred at these cemeteries, 30,922 of World War I, 93,245 of World War II and 750 of the Mexican War.  Additionally 6,010 American veterans and others are interred in the Mexico City and Corozal American Cemeteries. Click on the links below to get more information on each cemetery. 

Aisne-Marne, France
Ardennes, Belgium
Brittany, France
Brookwood, England
Cambridge, England
Corozal, Panama
Epinal, France
Flanders Field, Belgium
Florence, Italy
Henri-Chapelle, Belgium
Lorraine, France
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Manila, Philippines
Meuse-Argonne, France
Mexico City, Mexico
Netherlands, Netherlands
Normandy, France
North Africa, Tunisia
Oise-Aisne, France
Rhone, France
Sicily-Rome, Italy
Somme, France
St. Mihiel, France
Suresnes, France  
World War II Registry

    Veterans who served during World War II, including those who were killed in action (KIA), are memorialized on the World War II Registry. It includes those who are buried in National Cemeteries as well as those buried in cemeteries overseas. Click here to search the registry. A link is also available so you can add a WWII veteran to the registry.

Military Funeral Honors

    Most veterans are eligible for military funeral honors upon their death. To determine eligibility, see frequently asked questions and get detailed instructions, click here to visit the Military Funeral Honors web site.

Indiana War Memorial

    The Indiana War Memorial, located in  Indianapolis, Indiana has a database of Hoosier World War II veterans. It currently has over 40,000 names, including all the names of those Hoosiers killed in action, and is entering more names daily.
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The American Battle Monuments Commission also maintains searchable databases by state and cemetery of those killed and buried in overseas cemeteries during World War I, World War II and the Korean War.