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More than three million records showing where veterans have been buried in Department of Veterans Affairs national cemeteries are now available on the Internet. The grave locator contains more than 3-million records of veterans and dependents buried in Virginia’s 120 cemeteries since the Civil War. It also has records of some burials in state veterans’ cemeteries and burials in Arlington National Cemetery from 1999 to the present.
Records date to the establishment of the first national cemeteries during the Civil War. The website — www.cem.va.gov/ — is updated nightly with information on burials the previous day. It gives such information as name, dates of birth and death, period of military service, branch of service, rank, cemetery’s location and phone number, plus the graves precise location in the cemetery.
Some information, such as identification of the next of kin, will not be shown to the public for privacy reasons. Immediate family members with a government identification card may request to see the full record of a burial when they visit a national cemetery.
Last Revised: Saturday, July 02, 2005.
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