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San Francisco National Cemetery
San Francisco, San Francisco County, California

P. O. Box 29012
Presidio of San Francisco
San Francisco, CA 94129

For information contact: Golden Gate National Cemetery (650) 761-1646

Total records = 28,952

The San Francisco National Cemetery is the oldest national cemetery on the west coast. Established pursuant to a War Department General Order on December 12, 1884, the cemetery first comprised of only 9.5 acres, but was later extended to its present 28 acres.

The cemetery is located on the grounds of the original post cemetery. It also includes remains of persons originally interred at several abandoned forts and camps along the Pacific coast and other parts of the Far West, including: Fort Halleck and Fort McDermitt in Nevada, Fort Yuma in California, Fort Colville and Fort Townsend in Washington, and Camp Crittenden and Fort McDowell in Arizona.

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Records of burials were provided to this website by the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs, on July 2, 2000. This is not a complete list of burials, only those that are on file with the VA.


















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