Hampton National Cemetery, Hampton City, VA, USA


Hampton National Cemetery

Notes:
Cemetery Road at Marshall Avenue
Hampton, VA
Phone: (757) 723-7104
Hampton National Cemetery is located in Hampton, Va., near Hampton Roads, in the vicinity of where the historic Civil War naval battle between the Confederate Merrimac/Virginia and the Union Monitor iron-clad ships occurred in 1862. The cemetery's first burials took place in 1862 and the cemetery is among numerous national cemeteries with origins that date to the Civil War.


Hampton National Cemetery consists of two large tracts. The main tract where the cemetery office is located is now completely surrounded by Hampton University. The L-Shaped Phoebus Addition to Hampton National Cemetery is located on West County Street directly east and across I-64 approximately one quarter mile from the cemetery office.


Headstones

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Headstone of Andrew James LUPTON (1897-1957).
Headstone of Andrew James LUPTON (1897-1957).
 
Located  F PHO, 1286  Andrew James LUPTON (d. 21 Oct 1957)
 
Headstone of Dorsey Bernice LUPTON (1921-1988).
Headstone of Dorsey Bernice LUPTON (1921-1988).
 
Located  Plot: B, 4081A  Dorsey Burnice LUPTON (d. 18 Feb 1988)