ⓘ Evergreen Burial Park

                                     

ⓘ Evergreen Burial Park

Evergreen Burial Park is a cemetery located at 1307 Summit Avenue, SW in the Raleigh Court neighborhood of Roanoke, Virginia. The cemetery began in 1916 in what was then Roanoke County.

The cemetery was developed and the design firm hare of Kansas city, Missouri. There were nearly 25.000 burials in 54 acres 220.000 m 2 cemetery by the end of 2011. A walking tour highlighting some of the most interesting faces and stories of the social history of Roanoke.

                                     
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