Dating to 1869, soldiers and war veterans, tobacco magnates and community leaders rest here. Six Italian marble figures surround Carr family plot. Many gravesites marked with Victorian funeral art.
Founded in 1876 as the first cemetery for African-Americans in Durham. Margaret Faucette, founder of White Rock Baptist Church, and Edian Markham, founder of St. Joseph'
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Contains an important collection of gravestones and cast iron fences that illustrate funerary traditions of the 19th and early 20
Dedicated in 1874, this is the final resting place for veterans of all wars. Buried in 18 trench graves are 11,700
Burial ground of prominent African-American, free blacks and military people from late 18th century and 19th century. Notables buried there include: Thomas Barnswell, free black and noted builder;
Thomasville's cemetery is one of only a handful in the United States that has both Confederate and Union soldiers buried together.
The cemetery serves as the final resting place for 52 Confederate soldiers from the states of VA, NC, SC &
Visit one of Asheville's oldest Historic cemeteries and final resting place for many of Asheville's early prominent citizens,including the famous authors Thomas Wolfe and O.Henry. Open daily 8am-8
In early 1853
Contains graves of many of Durham'
Long hosted by the New Hanover County Veterans Council, this program features patriotic music, a short address, and a recurring presentation of "A Veteran Is,"
The oldest city-owned graveyard and the only 18th century site remaining in the center city, which has recently had a $500,000 restoration. Charlotteans were buried here from 1776-1884.
Chartered in 1852, this landscaped 165-acre Victorian-era burying ground contains graves of Confederate veterans, including Mrs. Rose O'
Much activity took place off the shores of Ocracoke Island during World War II. In May of 1942
(c. 1767 - 1879) Historic Cemetery. 59 graves associated with early white settlement in western North Carolina. Available by Appointment Only.
Adjacent to Historic Oakwood, Oakwood Cemetery is the resting place of 2,800 Confederate soldiers, five Civil War generals, seven governors and numerous US Senators. Established in 1869
Watha cemetery, and burial spot for David Brinkley's grandparents.