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Baton Rouge National Cemetery

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.

Baton Rouge National Cemetery was opened in the American Civil War. In 2005, there were in total 5,459 graves on this cemetery.


Baton Rouge National Cemetery contains the grave of the following person, who fought for the United States of America and who gave his life in the war in Afghanistan and/or Operation Enduring Freedom:

7 June 2004 , Corporal David Maurice Fraise, aged 24


The burial place Baton Rouge National Cemetery contains the grave of the following person, who fought for the United States of America and who gave his life in the war in Iraq and/or Operation Iraqi Freedom:

12 August 2003 , Staff Sergeant Taft Virgil Williams, aged 29

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