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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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Bremerton City Parks
Offers complete list of City of Bremerton Parks and contact information for rental services.
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Kitsap Military Memorials & Sites
Visit this Kitsap County's website for links to a wide range of information for military veterans. You can also view/download a PFD of military memorials and markers on the Kitsap Peninsula and watch a video. You can also visit the Kitsap County Parks to find locations of some memorials.

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Ivy Green Cemetery
1410 Naval AVE
Bremerton, WA 98337
Ivy Green Cemetery is a division of the Bremerton Parks & Recreation Department and has a large military section with all services represented and is the site of the "Tomb of the Unknown Soldier" and a reflecting wall honoring those fallen military men and women. John H. Nibbe, Civil War hero is also buried here, as well as Wesley Harris, the Marine that Navy gun range on way the to Seabeck is named after. Open until 8PM or dusk. 
Port Orchard

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

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

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First Lutheran Church Cemetery
18920 4th AVE NE
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Benind the Church

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Shine Cemetery
1st left after Hood Canal Bridge on Shine RD

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Erland Point Cemetery
T24N R1E Section 4
Bainbridge Island

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