Woodlawn National Cemetery, Elmira

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Woodlawn National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery within Woodlawn Cemetery, which is in the city of Elmira, in Chemung County, New York. Administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, it encompasses 10.5 acres (4.2 ha), and as of 2021, had over 11,000 interred remains.

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  • Visiting here was a very moving experience. All the white headstones are lined up in orderly rows, magnificent. This is NOT to be confused with Woodlawn cemetery where Mark Twain is buried despite...  more »
  • This is a beautiful cemetery located in Elmira! Mark Twain and Hal Roach are buried here! Beautifully appointed!  more »
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  • Our Grandfather's Grave is here he served in World War 1. It is a beautiful resting place. Along with Mark Twain history here as well. Very historic.
  • Such a beautiful and peaceful place to lay our sweet, loving grandfather, father, and husband to rest.

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