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Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery
Established in 1999 on 982 acres of the former U.S. Army Ammunition Plant, the cemetery's monuments and garden niches make it well worth a visit. Most days, the melodic sound of Taps can be heard echoing throughout the serene cemetery grounds as the ALNC Memorial Squad performs burial honors for passed veterans. The national cemetery is named for our nation's beloved 16th President. On May 3, 1865, Abraham Lincoln's funeral train stopped at Hampton Station, an historic site which is currently located on the grounds of Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery.
Alignment 1926||1940
Northern Region

20953 West Hoff Road
Elwood, IL

(815) 423-9958
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