Military Burials

Greenwood Cemetery has great respect for our military veterans. With four different military sections, Greenwood is the resting place of veterans from every war our country has been involved in. From the Revolutionary War to the Conflict in the Middle East, we are honored to serve our military heroes.

Veteran Interments

Our current section for veteran interments is Vet West. This section is located in the Northwest area of the Historic Side of Greenwood, directly across from the Public Receiving Vault.

Vet West Section
Vet West Markers

World War I

The WWI section of Greenwood Cemetery is one of the most recognizable sections on our grounds. Identified by its many large white crosses, this section pays tribute to veterans who served in World War One. This section also hosts the wreath ceremony every holiday season.

Old Crosses

World War II

Greenwood Cemetery honors our WWII vets with a special section solely for veterans of World War Two. Located directly across from the WWI section, WWII section is identified by its flat bronze and marble military markers.

In-Ground Burial Stones

Grand Army Of The Republic

The G.A.R Section, or Grand Army of the Republic, at Greenwood Cemetery is easily recognized for its podium, dual cannons and cannon balls. This section is the interment place for veterans of the Spanish American War, the Korean Conflict, WWII and the Vietnam War.

Military Burials

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Old Burial Stone

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Noted Burials

Notable Burials

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Receiving Vault

Receiving Vault

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