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Ancestry.com. U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
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Interment Control Forms, 1928–1962. Interment Control Forms, A1 2110-B. Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, 1774–1985, Record Group 92. The National Archives at College Park, College Park, Maryland.

About U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

This database contains cards recording details for members of the U.S. Army interred in national cemeteries.

Historical Background

The United States established the first national cemeteries to honor Union soldiers killed during the Civil War. Today, more than 3 million Americans, most of them veterans, have been laid to rest in U.S. national cemeteries.

What You May Find in the Records

The cards in this database are “control forms” for burial lots in national cemeteries. They list details for U.S. Army personnel interred in national cemeteries, including the following:

  • name
  • birth date
  • rank
  • serial number
  • units served in
  • wars served in
  • enlistment, discharge, and other service details
  • dates of death and interment
  • gravesite
  • next of kin

The cards may also list a spouse’s burial location if buried in the same cemetery.