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Woodlawn Cemetery


category : Cemeteries
The origin of Memorial Day can be traced to this cemetery, where in 1866 General John A. Logan organized the first post-Civil War service. 60+ graves of Civil War soldiers are here. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Hours: Daily: dawn to dusk
Address: 405 E. Main St.
Phone: 800-526-1500
Our Email: cctb@neondsl.com
Our Website:cctb.org
Wheelchair Accessible Facility

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