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

2900 Sheridan Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63125

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Finding a grave marker
Reviewed By Phyllis M May 2023

I was trying to find my husband’s fairly new grave (Jan,2023). (Lee A Busch) I finally found the section as it wasn’t marked real well where his site is. But I never found his grave as I couldn’t...

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Worth the trip! Nice cemetery!
Reviewed By Heatherbr96 May 2022

This National Cemetery was very well maintained. There are benches throughout to rest on or just to sit and reflect and honor the sacrifice the fallen had to pay for our freedoms. We visited on...

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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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