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American Mobile Home Court

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1210 E National Cemetery Rd Florence SC 29506
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(843) 662-3457
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Florence National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located in the city of Florence, South Carolina. It encompasses, and as of the end of 2005, had 8,853 interments.HistoryThe cemetery was originally created on land appropriated, and later purchased, by the federal government. The land was first owned by James H. Jarrott and was a quarter of a mile from the Florence Stockade. It...

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The cemetery is larger than I expected with much more room to grow. Most of those laid to rest here are Korean and Vietnam war veterans. The grounds are well kept and easy to navigate. … The cemetery is larger than I expected with much more room to grow. Most of those laid to rest here are Korean and Vietnam war veterans. The grounds are well kept and easy to navigate. I brought my kids here to...

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A truly beautiful cemetery on land that had been a prison to hold Yankee prisoners. Good walking area.

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Originally a cemetery for Union prisoners-of-war who died in the Florence Stockade, this six acre national shrine is the last resting place of veterans of five wars and is often called South Carolina's "Little Arlington."

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