Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

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Designated a National Cemetery in 1866, the 331-acre site is still in use today. Burials from the War of Independence through the present and both Union and Confederate burials from the Civil War. Home to many monuments to those who served their country. FREE

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A Somber but Impressive Place
Reviewed By James T September 2021

I visited the grave of an ancestor, my great great grandfather who died during the civil war. It was somber, respectful, and impressive; reminiscent of Arlington National cemetary.

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Beautifully Maintained and Unbelievably Large
Reviewed By JWArizona May 2021

While visiting just before Memorial Day we stopped to honor those who have passed. The grounds were impeccably kept and headstones all white marble. There were acres of headstones, the largest...

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Good bus service to those who want to honor our veterans
Reviewed By Patrick R December 2019

Several years ago, I visited the place to bury my cousin. And it's a good way to honor our veterans. If you can't drive, there is a public bus route called the Oakville bus. It is route number 9...

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