Williamsburg, Virginia Cemeteries

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Following is a list of cemeteries in Williamsburg: [1] [2]

Bruton Parish Church Cemetery

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331 Duke of Gloucester Street
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185

P.O. Box 3520
Williamsburg, Virginia 23187
(757) 229-2891

Starting in the 17th century, hundreds of people have been buried in the Bruton Parish Church cemetery. Because only the wealthy could afford stone markers, many of the graves were left unmarked. The cemetery has several table tombs, affordable only to the most wealthy.

Cedar Grove Memorial Garden

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809 South Henry Street
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
(757) 220-6140
Hours of operation: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM

The cemetery is the only cemetery owned operated by the city of Williamsburg. Only residents of the city or former residents of ten years or more may be buried in the cemetery. Within its twenty acres, the Cedar Grove cemetery has a memorial garden, open to non-residents, dedicated for cremains. Granite monuments listing the names of the deceased surround the garden.

Eastern State Hospital Cemetery

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South Henry Street
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
GPS: N 37.2557 and W -76.70996

Galt Family Cemetery

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The cemetery is located in Bicentennial Park on W Court Street. It holds the remains of members of the Galt family, intricately linked with Eastern State Hospital, that died between 1773 and 1866. There are no grave stones or markers. The cemetery is enclosed by a brick wall.

Jones Family Cemetery

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The cemetery is located in Colonial Williamsburg at the East end of Duke of Gloucester Street, near the rebuilt Virginia Capital Building

St. Bede Catholic Church Columbarium

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3686 Ironbound Road
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188

PO Box 5400
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188
(757) 229-3631

The columbarium adjoins St. Bede Catholic Church