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  2. Georgia National Cemetery is located near the site of the Etowah burial mounds, created by American Indians of the Mississippian culture between AD 1000-1550. This site is one of the largest American Indian burial mounds in North America. Archaeological investigations have been conducted on Etowah mounds for over one hundred years.

  3. Georgia National Cemetery - Find a Grave

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    Georgia National Cemetery is located near the site of the Etowah burial mounds, created by American Indians of the Mississippian culture between AD 1000-1550. This site is one of the largest American Indian burial mounds in North America. Archaeological investigations have been conducted on Etowah mounds for over one hundred years.

  4. Georgia National Cemetery - Locations - Veterans Affairs

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    Georgia National Cemetery. | View the Web Site. 2025 Mount Carmel Church Lane. Canton, GA 30114. Mailing Address: 2025 Mount Carmel Church Lane. Canton , GA 30114. Phone: 770-479-9300. Fax: 770-479-9311.

  5. Georgia National Cemetery - Wikipedia

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    Georgia National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located near the city of Canton, in Cherokee County, Georgia. Managed by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs , it encompasses 774.9 acres (313.6 ha), and has been undergoing development with the intention of servicing the interment needs of United States military veterans and their families for the next fifty years.

  6. Georgia National Cemetery, Canton - Tripadvisor

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    The GA National cemetery is a well designed and maintained final resting place for those who have given of their service and at times, lives for this country and their fellow citizens. It is also fitting that their spouses whose sacrifices are too often unrecognized have a beautiful place there as well. A beautiful place preserved for those who should be acknowledged!

  7. Georgia National Cemetery Advisory Council (GNCAC) is a group of volunteers with a shared vision to honor the past, salute the present, and inspire th … See more 1,650 people like this 1,917 people follow this 452 people checked in here https://www.ganationalcemetery.org/ chairgncac@gmail.com Nonprofit Organization · Cemetery Photos See all Videos

  8. VA national cemeteries have adapted operational procedures throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to prevent the spread of the virus based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance. » Read more important COVID-19 cemetery requirements. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) National Cemetery Administration (NCA) Daily Burial Schedule allows the public to search for the committal service date, time, and cemetery for the scheduled burial of a Veteran, spouse, or ...

  9. Veterans and family members interested in burial at a state veterans cemetery must fill out an application for GVMC-Glennville or GVMC-Milledgeville . Proper paperwork is required to determine eligibility. The veteran’s name; rank; serial, social security and VA claim numbers; date of birth and date of death must be provided to cemetery personnel.

  10. Georgia National Cemetery (GANCCA) - Wreaths Across America

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    Georgia National Cemetery (GANCCA) 1080 Veterans Cemetery Road Canton, GA 30114, United States Veteran Graves: 19,700 Coverage Goal: 19,700 Wreaths So Far: 8,542 Ceremony On: December 16, 2023 at 12:00 pm Location Coordinator: Russ Seltenright Contact Location: phone Local Groups Supporting Us WAA North GA (GA0023) Welcome to WAA North GA (GA0023)!

  11. Georgia sailor killed at Pearl Harbor to be buried in ...

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    Updated: 12:05 PM EST February 7, 2023 BALL GROUND, Ga. — A recently-identified Georgia sailor who was killed 82 years ago, will now be laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery, according...