Great Lakes National Cemetery (Michigan)

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Great Lakes National Cemetery is a United States national cemetery located in Holly, Michigan, USA. It was established in 2005, and is the second national cemetery in the state of Michigan, along with Fort Custer National Cemetery.[1] In 2013, it had over 16,000 interments[2] and covered 544 acres.

History[edit]

The land of the cemetery was once owned by the industrialist and Spanish–American War veteran, Bryson Dexter Horton. The first interment took place on 17 October 2005.

Notable interments[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ United States Department of Veterans Affairs: Cemeteries - Great Lakes National Cemetery
  2. ^ Find A Grave: Great Lakes National Cemetery
  3. ^ Find A Grave: Lynn Chandnois

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