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  1. West Point Cemetery is a historic cemetery in the eastern United States, on the grounds of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. It overlooks the Hudson River , and served as a burial ground for Revolutionary War soldiers and early West Point inhabitants long before 1817, when it was officially designated as a military cemetery.

    West Point Cemetery - Wikipedia

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  3. West Point Cemetery | United States Military Academy West Point

    www.westpoint.edu/about/west-point-cemetery

    A pdf file of the cemetery with notable burials can be found here: Cemetery Brochure MEMORIAL AFFAIRS 329 Washington Road West Point, NY 10996 Phone: (845) 938-2504 Fax: (845) 938-5232 Email: memorialaffairs@westpoint.edu Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Memorial Services Frequently Asked Questions

  4. West Point Cemetery - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Point_Cemetery

    West Point Cemetery is a historic cemetery in the eastern United States, on the grounds of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. It overlooks the Hudson River , and served as a burial ground for Revolutionary War soldiers and early West Point inhabitants long before 1817, when it was officially designated as a military cemetery.

  5. West Point , New York , 10996 USA Coordinates: 41.39889, -73.96729 www.westpoint.edu/about/west-point-cemetery Phone: 845-938-2504 Cemetery ID: 644091 Members have Contributed 10,246 Memorials 88% photographed 55% with gps About these numbers Photos Added by Lincoln S Stern Added by djee See 15 more Cemeteries Region North America

  6. West Point Cemetery - United States Military Academy West Point

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    West Point Cemetery - United States Military Academy West Point

  7. USMA West Point Post Cemetery - United States Army

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    Previous Next. Cemetery Overview. The West Point Post Cemetery is America’s oldest military post cemetery and has become a historic national landmark. The cemetery is located on the grounds of the...

  8. West Point Cemetery - West Point Association of Graduates

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    West Point Cemetery. The mission of the West Point Post Cemetery is to deliver the FINAL SALUTE to those members of the US Corps of Cadets, its Faculty, Staff, and those West Point Graduates who have dedicated their lives in the service of this nation. We strive to commemorate and memorialize these Graduates and to care for their final resting place in perpetuity.

  9. West Point Cemetery - Find a Grave

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    West Point Cemetery. West Point, Hancock County , Illinois , USA. First Name. Middle Name. Last Name (s) Search this cemetery. More search options. Search tips. Volunteer.

  10. Once Building 697, or the old PX and gas station, is torn down, the West Point Cemetery will have an additional 2,156 in-ground cremation plots, 862 in-ground full plots and 468 niches.

  11. West Point Cemetery (Norfolk, Virginia) - Wikipedia

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    West Point Cemetery, also known as Potter's Field and Calvary Cemetery, is a historic cemetery and national historic district located at Norfolk, Virginia. It encompasses three contributing sites, one contributing structure, and one contributing object in an African American graveyard in downtown Norfolk.

  12. West Point, Texas, Fayette County. - Texas Escapes

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    A post office was granted in 1894 when West Point had most essential businesses including two doctors, three hotels and a cannery. The construction of Highway 71 one mile south of the railroad tracks caused a sizable portion of the populace to move toward the highway. The community had a population of 300 during the 1940s.