Research Note:VA Adds Maps to Online Gravesite Locator

VA-marked graves in private cemeteries also added to database

The grave locations of more than three million veterans and dependents buried in national cemeteries can be found more easily now because the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has added maps of burial sections online that can be printed from home computers and at national cemetery kiosks. The latest improvement builds upon a service begun two years ago, in which a VA online feature permits family members to find the cemetery in which their loved one is buried.

In a related development, VA recently added to its database the cemeteries in which 1.9 million veterans were buried with VA grave markers. These are mostly private cemeteries. This addition brings the number of graves recorded in the locator to approximately five million. Those with maps are in VA national cemeteries and in state veterans cemeteries and Arlington National Cemetery if burials were since 1999.

Read the rest of the VA press release here.

Use this link for the VA gravesite locator.

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One Response to “Research Note:VA Adds Maps to Online Gravesite Locator”

  • monica says:

    Hello Cousin Craig. I am enjoying your site and learning a thing or two as well. Be blessed. Monica


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