Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery
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Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery

Also known as DFW National Cemetery

Dallas, Dallas County , Texas, USA

About

There is an automated grave locator at the information center shortly after entering the cemetery. Enter at least the first three letters of the surname then select the appropriate grave and you can print the map to the grave.

Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery was dedicated and opened for burials on May 12, 2000. It is the sixth national cemetery in Texas and the 118th in the national cemetery system. The cemetery is situated on a 638.5-acre parcel of land that overlooks Mountain Creek Lake.

To date, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has developed 152 acres of the 638-acre cemetery providing 85,778 casketed sites and 31,918 columbaria/garden niches for cremated remains. When fully developed, Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery will provide burial space for 280,000 eligible veterans and dependents.

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  • Added: 6 Jun 2001
  • Find a Grave Cemetery ID: 542274