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Kitsap Cemeteries

Kitsap Peninsula has many public, military and veteran cemeteries located throughout. You'll find more information on our Military & Veteran's Memorial and Military Memorials, Sites & Ships.

Another excellent source is the US Tombstone Project that lists sites in Kitsap as well as other Washington State and USA locations.



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Retsil

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Retsil Cemetery (Washington Veterans Home Cemetery))
900 Olney Avenue SE
Retsil, WA 98378
360.895.4710
Washington State Veterans Home Cemetery, Retsil T24N R1E Section 25. Civil War Memorial erected by Women’s Relief Corps in 1912.There are three obelisks located in this cemetery honoring veterans of the Spanish-American War, the Civil War, and Veterans from all Wars.
Burley

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Burley Cemetery
T22N R1E Section 11
Burley cemetery can be found driving I-16 from Gig Harbor. Going toward Purdy, you will take the Purdy exit. Go past the high school and about 1 mi you will turn left onto Bethel- Burley Road. About 1 mi you will turn left on Spuce Road. Go up hill to Willow Road. Turn left. About 1/4 mi on the left is the Burley cemetery. There is a nice entrance to cemetery and a billboard with the cemetery's name.
Port Orchard

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Bethel Cemetery
T23N R1E Section 14
360.876.3200
Corner of Lider RD SE & Bethel RD
Bremerton

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Forest Lawn Cemetery
5409 Kitsap Way
Bremerton, WA 98312
360.373.3132
Bremerton

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Erland Point Cemetery
T24N R1E Section 4
Port Gamble

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Buena Vista (Port Gamble Historic) Cemetery
The Port Gamble town cemetery dates from 1856 when U.S. Navy Coxswain Gustave Englebrecht of the U.S.S. Massachusetts died in a skirmish with Haida raiders, in the French & Indian War in Port Gamble. Englebrecht is credited with being the first U.S. Navy man killed in the Pacific. Town founder Josiah Keller died in 1862 in Victoria and he is buried here in a plot surrounded by an iron fence, but without a headstone. The cemetery is located at NE Walker and Pacific in Port Gamble
Bremerton

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Bataan Park
Corner of Sylvan & Olympus
Bremerton, WA 98310
360.473.5305
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One acre grassland, overlooking a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains, is a park offering picnic tables and benches. Also houses the  Bataan Monument, honoring the survivors of the WWII Bataan Death March.
Poulsbo

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American Legion Park
Front Street
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360.779.9898
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This small but entertaining park is located at the north end of the Boardwalk on Liberty Bay, and has a playground, trails and restroom. Wildlife and bird watching.
Bainbridge Island

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Fort (Port) Blakely Cemetery
Old Mill Road
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Hansville

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Eglon Cemetery
360.638.2545
From Pouslbo head E on Hwy 104 to Hansville Rd., then N on Hansville RD to NE Ohman RD, Then east, cemetery on Right.
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