Vermont Section, Antietam National Cemetery, Sharpsburg, Va.

Vermont Civil War Soldiers Interred in National Cemeteries.
Compiled and edited by Richard Barry
For the Vermont Civil War Project.

Webmaster's Note: This project was completed in the late 1990s when the project was focused exclusively on Vermonters in Vermont units. See National Cemeteries in the main section of the project for an expended list including all units Vermonters served in.

 Name Listing
Roll of Honor

I.Washington, D. C.
II.Wilderness & Spottsylvania
V.Fortress Monroe and Hampton
VII.Maine, Minnesota, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Arkansas, Mississipi, Florida, Louisiana and Colorado Territory
VIII.Arkansas, California, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Nevada; and the Territories of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, and Washington
IX.New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Oregon, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri, The Military Division of the Mississippi, and The Territory of Dakota.
X.Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Arkansas, Kansas, and Dakota Territory
XII.New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas, Texas, Utah Territory, and on the Pacific Coast
XVI.Brookline, Cambridge, and Worcester, Massachusetts; Buffalo, Chautauqua, Cypress Hills (Additional, ) Fort Niagara, Lockport, Lodi, Madison Barracks, Plattsburg Barracks, and Rochester, New York; Bettysburg, Mercersburg, Reading, Philadelphia, Tamaqua, and Upton, Pennsylvania; Brattleboro and Montpelier, Vermont; City Point (Additional, ) Danville (Additional, ) Glendale, Richmond, and Yorktown (Additional, ) Virginia
XVII.Kentucky, and at New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Madison, Indiana: Lawton, (Millen, ) and Andersonville, Georgia, (Supplementary)
XX.Corinth, Mississippi, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee and Jefferson Barracks, Missouri
XXI.Memphis, Tennessee and Chalmette, (near New Orleans), Louisiana
XXIII.Marietta, Ga; Fort Donelson, Tenn. ; Chattanooga, Tenn. , (Additional to No. XI:) Murfreesboro, Tenn. , (additional to No. XI, ) and Knoxville, Tenn. , (Additional to No. XI. )
XXIV.Vicksburg, Miss. , and New Albany, Ind.
XXV.Fredericksburg, Virginia; Mobile, Alabama; and Fort Gibson, Indian Territory; and Names not heretofore Published Of Union Soldiers Interred in the National Cemeteries at Hampton, Virginia; Barrancas, Florida; and Alexandria, Louisiana.
XXVI.Mound City, Illinois, Cincinnati, Columbus, Gallipolis, Cleveland, Sandusky, and Dayton, Ohio; Little Rock, Fayetteville and Fort Smith, Arkansas (Additional to Vol. XVIII;) Fort Leavenworth, Kansas (Additional to Vol. XVIII:) Petersburg, Virginia (Additional to Vol. XIX:) Hampton, Virginia (Additional to Vol. XXV:) and Winchester, Cold Harbor, and Culpeper Court-House, Virginia (Additional to Vol. XV. )

Additional Cemeteries
(Not listed in the Roll of Honor)

Ayer, Massachusetts
Chester, Pennsylvania
Fairmont, New Jersey
Fort Lyon, Colorado
Fort Monroe, Virginia
Frederick, Maryland
Hot Springs, South Dakota
Memphis, Tennesse
Los Angeles, California
Quincy, Illinois
St. Augustine, Florida
San Francisco, California
Santa Ana, California
Ship Island, Mississippi
Vicksburg, Mississippi
Congressional, Washington, D.C.

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