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The following is a list of cemeteries in the Independent City of Petersburg:
- Blandford Cemetery
- Brith Achim Cemetery
- Christ and Grace Espiscopal Church
- Eastview Cemetery
- Fairgrounds Post Hospital
- Little Church Street Cemetery
- Maile Family Cemetery
- Parks Station House
- Peoples Memorial Cemetery
- Petersburg Hospital Cemetery
- Rod-of Sholom Cemetery
- Saint Josephs Roman Catholic Cemetery
- Wilkerson Memorial Cemetery
319 South Crater Road
Phone: (804) 733-2397 Email Inquiries: email@example.com
The oldest marked grave dates back to 1702. Is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
For more information about Historic Blandford Church and Cemetery please visit:
- City of Petersburg
- Blandford Cemetery
- Blandford Cemetery Images
- Blandford Cemetery Records
- Find A Grave Memorials
Brith Achim Cemetery
Location: 545 South Crater Road Petersburg, Virginia 23803
For more information about Brith Achim Cemetery Corporation please visit:
For an online database of who is buried in both Brith Achim and Rodof Sholom cemeteries please visit:
Christ and Grace Episcopal Church
Location 1545 South Sycamore Street Petersburg, Virginia 23803 Phone: (804) 733-7202
Located next to Blandford Cemetery, 319 South Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia
Fairgrounds Post Hospital
There are approximately 1700 Confederate graves in this cemetery. It is located between Farmer Street and Augusta Avenue.
Little Church Street Cemetery
Located at 600 Mingea Street, Petersburg, Virginia
Maile Family Cemetery
Originally it was an old family farm. The cemetery is located near J.E.B. Stuart School off Dupuy Road.
No other information is available at this time.
Parks Station House
For more information and the history of Parks Station House please follow this link:
Peoples Memorial Cemetery
Located directly across the street from Blandford Cemetery, 319 South Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.
Research suggests - Petersburg's cemeteries were segregated by race and by religion. In 1815, the Petersburg Beneficial Society of Free Men of Color was established to support its free black members in times of sickness and death.
Beneficial Trustees purchased their first lot in 1840. Peoples Cemetery, also known as Providence Cemetery, incorporates the second Beneficial Society lot. In 1985, this African- American cemetery was deeded over to the City of Petersburg.
In 2008 it was named to the National Register of Historic Places.
For more information and history of this cemetery please visit Peoples Memorial Cemetery website.
Pictures of the cemetery and 194 memorials that have been created can be found at Find A Grave.
Petersburg Hospital Cemetery
No information is currently available. It is believed that this cemetery is in relation to the area that was once Petersburg General Hospital then located at 801 South Adams Street, Petersburg, Virginia.
Rod of Sholom Cemetery
This cemetery shares its' entrance with Brith Achim Cemetery located next to Blandford Cemetery, 545 South Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803
Memorials created for this cemetery can be found at Find A Grave
Saint Josephs Roman Catholic Cemetery
The cemetery is located south of Blandford Cemetery, 319 South Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.
Wilkerson Memorial Cemetery
Burial records for Wilkerson Memorial Cemetery are located at Virginia Burial Supply, 611 South Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23803. Telephone: (804) 733-8138.
The cemetery is located at 799 Page Street, Petersburg, Virginia.
For 1900 memorials created for this cemetery please visit Find A Grave.
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