Where Are The Gettysburg Battlefield Soldiers Buried?

Are you curious, as many of our guests have been here at Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours, where the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg are buried? Fortunately you won’t have to search any further, as today’s blog will tell you exactly where you can find both the Union and Confederate soldiers burial sites, and then all you’ll have to do is book a visit here to Gettysburg to see them!

Union Soldiers –


Most of the Union dead are buried in the Soldiers’ National Cemetery, which is located between Baltimore Street and Taneytown Road here in Gettysburg. It is right beside the local town cemetery and features the Soldiers National Monument in the center of it all. The Veteran’s Administration actually offers a database of burials that you can search by gravesite location, as well as name, date of birth, and date of death.

Confederate Soldiers –

The southern soldiers were actually removed from the battlefield roughly nine years after the battle and taken to southern cemeteries with specific locales set aside for the Gettysburg campaign casualties.

If you have a specific question you’d like answered, be sure to let us know in the comments, or leave us a message on our social media channels that you can find at the bottom of this page. We’re more than happy to help, and look forward to your visit!

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  1. Janet Hickman says:

    I am looking for a Jesse Brown, who died on the first day of battle. He served with Company H, NC 26th Infantry. I would like to know where his final resting place.

    • bonnie says:

      I would suggest contacting the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center. They may be able to help you. Phone number is (717) 334-1124.

  2. Thomas Humphries says:

    Where is John L. Young
    buried who passed away on July 4, 1862? He was from South Carolina.

  3. Tyler Brown says:

    I am looking for information about a solder by the name of James F. Culbertson. I’d like to know what his unit was and if he was KIA, if so on which day. If you could provide any information on Mr. Culbertson as soon as possible, I would very much appreciate it. Thank you.

    • bonnie says:

      I would contact the Gettysburg National Military Park, 1195 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, PA 17325. They may be able to assist you as they maintain the Gettysburg Battlefield. Phone: (717)334-1124. Website: http://www.nps.gov/gett

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