Civil War Cemeteries
Civil War Era Photo


 The National Park Service manages 14 National Cemeteries, all but one of which is related to a Civil War battlefield park. The NPS is planning on listing all names of burials in these cemeteries on the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System. The first phase involves data taken from written records of Poplar Grove National Cemetery at Petersburg National Battlefield, and also includes images of the headstones

Civil War Era National Cemeteries / Dept of Veterans Affairs

The Gettysburg Cemetery

Confederate Memorial
The history of Arlington National Cemetery is steeped in the Civil War, for is was this great national struggle that necessitated the establishment of this cemetery to bury its many dead. For many years following the war, the bitter feelings between North and South remained, and although hundreds of confederate soldiers were buried at Arlington, it was considered a Union cemetery. Family members of Confederate soldiers were denied permission to decorate their loved ones' graves and in extreme cases were even denied entrance to the cemetery.

Civil War Links Battlefields, Cemeteries, Forts, and Historical Parks

Civil War Cemetery Database

History of Antietam National Cemetery :including a descriptive list of all the loyal soldiers buried therein together with the ceremonies and address on the occasion of the dedication of the grounds, September, 17th, 1867  


Civil War Links : Battlefields, Cemeteries, Forts, and Historical Parks

Online Civil War Indexes, Records & Rosters

CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS: Symbols of Valor


The Political Graveyard : The Internet's Most Comprehensive Source of U.S. Political Biography or, The Web Site That Tells Where the Dead Politicians are Buried