The National Cemeteries in the U.S.A. are used for graves of war dead, graves of U.S. military personnel, veterans and their spouses but not exclusively so. There are also special state veteran cemeteries.
Andersonville National Cemetery is the final resting place for the almost 13,000 Union prisoners who died while being held at Camp Sumter (ook bekend als Andersonville Prison) as prisoners-of-war. In 2017, there were in total over 20,000 graves on this cemetery, of which 921 are marked "unknown". As a National Cemetery, it is also used as a burial place for more recent veterans and their dependents.
Andersonville National Cemetery contains the graves of the following people, who fought for the United States of America and who gave their lives in the War in Afghanistan and/or Operation Enduring Freedom:
03 January 2010 , Private John Phillip Dion, aged 19
09 July 2010 , Lance Corporal Daniel Gabriel "Gabe" Raney, aged 21
21 September 2010 , Senior Airman Michael John Buras, aged 23
Andersonville National Cemetery contains the graves of the following people, who fought for the United States of America and who gave their lives in the War in Iraq and/or Operation Iraqi Freedom:
30 July 2005 , Sergeant 1st Class Victor Anthonio Anderson, aged 39
29 March 2008 , Corporal Durrell Lavoy Bennett, aged 22
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