Philadelphia National Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA

Located on E Haines and Limekiln Pike, Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia National Cemetery was founded in 1862 along with thirteen other national cemeteries and includes over 10,000 internments, with war memorials for the Revolutionary, Mexican-American, and Civil wars. Notable burials from Pennsylvania's Grand Review 100 Voices include: John C. Brock, 43rd USCT; Benjamin M. Goosenberry, Co. D, 41st USCT. (By Rebecca Solnit)
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